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giggle
The funny joke made the little girl giggle. *
whistle
The referee blew his whistle at the end of the game.
whistling
The workman was whistling happily. *
handling
Be very careful when handling pets. *
uncles
The boy had two uncles. *
rectangles
Rectangles always have four sides. *
triangle
Draw a triangle with three equal sides.
simple
He drew a simple cartoon with a few pencil lines. *
angle
His body was bent at an awkward angle.
puzzled
The boy was puzzled by the problem at first. *
middle
Somewhere between the top and the bottom is the middle. *
huddle
The team drew into a huddle to discuss tactics before the match,. *
apples
There is an abundance of apples in the orchard.
desirable
It is desirable to write neatly and in joined-up handwriting. *
considerable
The girls' efforts were considerable in their hockey match. *
edible
The basket was full of edible treats. *
breakable
The vase was breakable. *

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