In time, the meals themselves came to be known as board. bag-gage (baga#39;ij) noun, suitcases taken on a trip; luggage: We had too much ... infield. bur-row ( bura#39;s) noun, a hole that an animal digs in the ground: Some rabbits live in burrows, burrows. ca-ble (kaVl) noun. 1. a thick wire made of other wires twisted together: The bridge is held up by cables. .... number of things growing or seen together: A cluster of flowers grew at the edge of the lake. coast-al (kosa#39;ta#39;l) adjective, of, near, anbsp;...
|Title||:||World of reading|
|Author||:||P. David Pearson, Carl Grant, Jeanne Paratore|