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whipv: to hit a person or an animal severely with a thin, flexible stick with a cord or leather thong at the end, as a punishment, discipline, etc.
strawn: dry stalks of cereal plants used as fodder, fuel, basket, etc.
crushv: to press it firmly, usually with your hands or a tool, so that it becomes flat or smaller
bladen: the flat part of a knife, weapon, or machine with a very thin edge used for cutting
piercingadj: going through something; appearing to notice things about another person that would typically go unnoticed, especially in a way that causes that individual to feel uncomfortable
tuben: a cylindrical container of metal, plastic, glass, etc., usually sealed and used as a means of preserving food or chemicals; a hollow cylindrical shape
insectn: any small creature that has six legs and a body divided into three sections
encounterv: to face something, particularly something unpleasant or difficult, while attempting to do something else; to meet, especially unexpectedly
unfamiliaradj: not known or recognized; not experienced or encountered before
examinev: to study or consider a person or object attentively and thoroughly to learn something about them
taxonomyn: the classification or scientific study of organisms, including their relationships to each other, based on shared characteristics and traits; a system of organizing and categorizing information in a particular field or subject area
kingdomn: the country ruled by a king or queen
phylumn: a major group or category of animals or plants characterized by shared physical, developmental, and evolutionary characteristics
featn: a notable or impressive achievement, especially one that requires great skill or bravery
identifyv: to recognize someone or something and say or prove who or what they are
belongv: to be the property of someone or something; to be a member or part of a group; to be in the proper or appropriate place
cluen: an object, a piece of evidence, or some information that helps someone to find the answer to a problem, question, or mystery
evolvev: to develop gradually, or to cause the development of something or someone gradually
chewv: to crush or grind something, especially food, with the teeth and then swallow it
primitiveadj: of or relating to an early stage of society with no industry or technological development; simple, naive, or old-fashioned in style
jawn: either of the two bones at the bottom of the face that moves when you open your mouth; (verb) talk socially without exchanging too much information
mandiblen: the lower jawbone in vertebrates, including humans, which is usually hinged to the skull and movable; a pair of these bones forming the lower jaw of an insect
solidadj: hard or firm; characterized by good substantial quality
antn: a very small insect that lives under the ground or in a mound in highly organized groups
grasshoppern: large jumping insect; used to symbolize restlessness or ephemerality
cricketn: leaping insect; a game played with a ball and bat by two teams of eleven players
dragonflyn: a slender-bodied non-stinging insect having two pairs of large transparent wings that are outspread at rest
beetlen: an insect having a hard shell-like back covering its wings
consistv: to be composed or made up of
structuren: the way of construction of something and the arrangement of its parts, or a complex thing constructed of many parts
beakn: the hard and pointed or curved mouse of a bird
piercev: to cut or make a way through with a sharp instrument
tissuen: an ensemble of similar cells of the animal or plant that together carry out a specific function
liquidn: a substance, such as water or oil that flows freely and is neither a solid nor a gas
sapv: to gradually weaken or drain strength, energy, or resources; to undermine or impair someone’s confidence or morale
salivan: the clear liquid that is secreted into the mouth by glands in the walls of the mouth and throat, helping to lubricate food during chewing and digestion
digestiveadj: relating to or capable of causing or promoting digestion of food
enzymen: a substance produced by a living organism that acts as a catalyst to bring about a specific biochemical reaction
liquefyv: to turn a solid substance into a liquid state; to make something fluid or easier to flow
bugn: any tiny insect; a fault or defect in a computer program, system, or machine
cicadan: a large, loud insect with long wings that is known for the sound it makes
aphidn: a tiny insect that feeds on the sap of plants and can cause damage or diseases to plants, often found in large colonies
siphonn: a tube or conduit used to transfer liquids, usually from a higher to a lower level, by means of atmospheric pressure, gravity, or vacuum; a device used to extract a liquid from a container
proboscisn: an elongated, protruding nose, snout, or appendage, especially of certain mammals or insects, used for grasping or feeding
nectarn: a sweet liquid produced by flowers that attracts and provides food for bees and other insects; any sweet liquid that is enjoyed as a drink or used as a flavoring
butterflyn: a diurnal insect typically has a slender body with knobbed antennae and broad, colorful wings
mothn: an insect with wings similar to a butterfly that travels at night and is attracted to light
rollv: to move in a particular direction by turning over and over or from side to side
tightadj: fixed, fastened, or kept together firmly or closely
beneathadv: in or to a lower place than someone or something
unfurlv: to spread out or open something, such as a flag, sail, or wings, by shaking, shaking out, or extending it; to reveal or become revealed or disclosed
spongen: a soft material with many microscopic pores that can absorb a large amount of liquid and is used for washing and cleaning
loben: a rounded projection or division, especially of the brain, lung, or liver
trachean: the tube-like structure in the body through which air moves from the larynx (= a part of the human respiratory system located in the neck region) to the bronchi (= part of the respiratory system and are responsible for conducting air into the lungs), also known as the windpipe
soakv: to allow liquid to be absorbed, typically by immersing in it; to leave as a guarantee in return for money
fluidn: a substance that can flow and is not solid
dissolvev: to be or cause to be absorbed by a liquid to form a part of the solution; to close down or dismiss
capillaryn: a tube of small internal diameter; any of the minute tubes that carry blood
techniquen: a particular way or art of doing something that needs skill
mosquiton: a small flying insect whose female bites people and animals and sucks their blood, and sometimes transmits serious diseases such as malaria
combinationn: a collection of things that have been combined; an assemblage of separate parts or qualities
tonguen: a moveable mass of muscle tissue covered with mucous membrane that is in the mouth; a language
tipn: the top or extreme point of something slender or tapering, usually a mountain or hill; a piece of advice about something practical; a small amount of money given for services
waspn: a flying insect with a narrow waist and a sting, typically feeding on nectar and known for its aggressive behavior towards other insects and animals
pollenn: a fine powder substance consisting of microscopic grains produced by plants that facilitate their reproductive process through the process of pollination
waxn: a substance that is solid at room temperature but becomes softer and more pliable when heated, often used in the production of candles, polishes, and cosmetics; (verb) to become large
moldn: a hollow container used to give shape to liquid or soft substance, which then becomes solid in the same shape as the container; a soft, green, or gray growth that forms on stale food or objects exposed to warm, moist air for too long
juvenileadj: relating to or characteristic of youth or young people; immature
caterpillarn: the wormlike larva of a butterfly or moth
devourv: to eat or consume something eagerly or ravenously; or to destroy something rapidly
metamorphosev: to undergo a dramatic change in form, structure, or substance; to transform or alter in appearance or nature
identificationn: the act or process of recognizing, proving, or designating someone or something
categorizev: to put people or things into groups according to their features, types, etc.
magnifyv: to make something look bigger than it really is, especially by looking at it through a lens; to make something bigger, stronger, or louder
lensn: a transparent optical device with curved sides, used in an optical instrument that makes objects seem larger, smaller, clearer, etc.; (metaphor) the basic thoughts or mindsets through which someone sees or understands the environment or situation
nibblev: to take small or cautious bites or tastes, especially of food; to bite at or nibble on something repeatedly, often playfully or curiously; to gradually or slowly consume or erode something