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  • boards


    a piece of wood sawed thin, and of considerable length and breadth compared with the thickness.
    a flat slab of wood or other material for some specific purpose: a cutting board.

    verb (used with object)

    to cover or close with boards (often followed by up or over): to board up a house; to board over a well.
    to furnish with meals, or with meals and lodging, especially for pay: They boarded him for $50 a week.

    verb (used without object)

    to take one's meals, or be supplied with food and lodging at a fixed price: Several of us board at the same rooming house.
    Ice Hockey. to hit an opposing player with a board check.
  • sacrifices


    the offering of animal, plant, or human life or of some material possession to a deity, as in propitiation or homage.
    the person, animal, or thing so offered.

    verb (used with object), sac·ri·ficed, sac·ri·fic·ing.

    to make a sacrifice or offering of.
    to surrender or give up, or permit injury or disadvantage to, for the sake of something else.

    verb (used without object), sac·ri·ficed, sac·ri·fic·ing.

    Baseball. to make a sacrifice: He sacrificed with two on and none out.
    to offer or make a sacrifice.
  • tameness

    adjective, tam·er, tam·est.

    changed from the wild or savage state; domesticated: a tame bear.
    without the savageness or fear of humans normal in wild animals; gentle, fearless, or without shyness, as if domesticated: That lion acts as tame as a house cat.
    tractable, docile, or submissive, as a person or the disposition.

    verb (used with object), tamed, tam·ing.

    to make tame; domesticate; make tractable.
    to deprive of courage, ardor, or zest.

    verb (used without object), tamed, tam·ing.

    to become tame.
  • scurrying

    verb (used without object), scur·ried, scur·ry·ing.

    to go or move quickly or in haste.

    verb (used with object), scur·ried, scur·ry·ing.

    to send hurrying along.

    noun, plural scur·ries.

    a scurrying rush: the scurry of little feet on the stairs.
    a short run or race.
  • oversee

    verb (used with object), o·ver·saw, o·ver·seen, o·ver·see·ing.

    to direct (work or workers); supervise; manage: He was hired to oversee the construction crews.
    to see or observe secretly or unintentionally: We happened to oversee the burglar leaving the premises. He was overseen stealing the letters.
    to survey or watch, as from a higher position.
    to look over; examine; inspect.
  • forewent


    simple past tense of forego1.

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