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amazingly
The gadget was amazingly cool. *
irritatingly
The boys kept shouting irritatingly. *
tomorrow
I'll call you again tomorrow.
choked
The little boy nearly choked on a sweet. *
horoscope
Mum read her horoscope in the newspaper. *
latest
Have you heard his latest CD?
stroke
He won the golf match by one stroke.
smile
I could see from his smile that he was in a good mood.
whole
I slept for a whole day.
dozing
Grandad was dozing in the chair. *
forgotten
You might have forgotten.
bloke
A popular bloke like me needs a phone. *
chrome
Jack chose a flash-looking phone in a chrome case. *
life
Affluence does not necessarily lead to a happier life.
phone
Did you hear the phone ring?
life
Affluence does not necessarily lead to a happier life.
stove
The fire started to crackle in the stove.
assistant
The shop assistant was unhelpful and rude.
stole
A robber stole my wallet.

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