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small
Don't sail a small boat in heavy seas.
tiny
A microbe is a tiny life form that can cause illness.
short
I wrote a short note to my friend.
long
The bride wore a long white veil.
different
In Britain, some spellings are different from the USA.
big
She gave him a big hug.
curve
The racing car sped around the curve of the track.
cylinder
A tube shaped object is a cylinder.
sphere
A sphere is a perfectly round, circular, and three-dimensional object.
cube
A cube has four corners.
square
There is a fountain in the market square.
oval
Dinner was served on a large oval plate. *
thick
The bear has thick fur.
same
Some birds migrate at the same time each year.
identical
They were identical twins. *
separate
Can you separate those fighting dogs?
divide
The family wanted to divide the money equally.
add
Add some thyme to the pasta sauce.
multiply
Wild rabbits can multiply very quickly.

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