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state
The house was in a state of disrepair.
repay
You must repay the loan. *
grasp
Grasp hold of the rope. *
fewer
You need to compress your notes into fewer pages.
golden
The palomino horse has a golden coat.
soiled
The sheets were soiled. *
shelter
Fishing boats shelter in the harbor.
raise
He asked his employer for a raise.
trails
The trails in the wood led to the cottage. *
type
A popular type of nut is the cashew nut.
agreed
We all agreed that The Wind in the Willows was beautifully written. *
constant
The trophy is a constant reminder of his success.
forward
Do you look forward to work on a Monday?
daytime
He watches daytime TV. *
members
All club members can wear this badge.
length
The length of the trip made us tired.
melody
The song has a lovely melody. *
rising
The sequence of events in a story: exposition, rising action, climax, falling action and conclusion. *
include
I'll include you in my list of party guests.
human
Most parrot species are able to mimic human words.

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