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words ending in -aw such as "sawwords with wor- as in "word"

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act
Rehearse your act for the play.
fact
It is a fact that the earth is round. *
saw
I saw a strange sight last night.
draw
I will draw a realistic picture of the bowl of fruit. *
work
I get to work at eight o'clock.
word
Another word for flag is ensign.
world
Computer technology is changing the world.
only
I only met him briefly.
open
The manor is now open to the public.
over
Can you prove you are over 18?
under
England spent 64 years under Queen Victoria’s rule.
after
After the riot the shops were looted.
become
The routines of daily life can become repetitious. *
became
After many years, she became bored of her daily routine.
welcome
You are welcome to give him my phone number.
worst
That is the worst burger I have ever tasted.
worse
There is nothing worse than embarrassing yourself in front of someone you respect. *
claw
The bear's claw is razor sharp.
gnaw
The mice gnaw on corn cobs in the barn. *
straw
I asked the waiter to bring me a straw. *

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