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thunder
After the thunder came the rain.
screaming
The girl ran away screaming. *
stream
We had to wade across the stream.
known
A well known person is a celebrity.
voice
I've a sore throat and I've lost my voice.
skinny
The spider had skinny black legs. *
mighty
You have shown not just a stream, but a mighty sea! *
creaking
The looms are creaking as we weave. *
beasts
Wreaths of green leaves, and fantastic beasts. *
dream
Many children have a dream to swim with a dolphin.
cheat
If you cheat in a test you will be disqualified.
Teach
Teachers like to teach. *
Night
Where have you been all night?
bright
He tried not to look into the bright light.
louder
Her voice was louder than everyone else. *
visit
Did you see a kangaroo during your visit to Australia?
real
My new camera was a real bargain.

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