Spelling list: Clothes, accessories

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apron Put on your apron before washing up. *
backpack All my camping equipment is in my backpack.
bag A pink and green octopus nicked my mate's bag. *
belt The pirate pulled a dagger from his belt.
bracelet Can you carve me a bracelet from wood?
earring
glasses Put the glasses on the tray.
gloves She has some new leather gloves.
handbag The lady left her handbag in the restaurant. *
handkerchief I blow my nose on a handkerchief. *
hat What are you wearing that hat for?
necklace The gold necklace was her finest accessory.
ring Did you hear the phone ring?
scarf Auntie Sue is knitting my teddy bear a scarf. *
shawl Grandma will crochet a shawl for the baby.
sunglasses I left my sunglasses on the beach. *
tie Most belts tie with a buckle.
watch What is the value of this old watch?

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