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Speech bark (verb)

to utter a bark or barks.

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Speech dive (verb)

to fall downward rapidly, usually head or front first.

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Speech fork (verb)

to separate into branches.

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Speech hate (verb)

to dislike very strongly.

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Speech hiss (verb)

to make a sound as if holding an "s" for a long time.

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Speech hop (verb)

to make a short, quick leap or leaps.

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Speech insect (noun)

a very small animal with a hard covering over its body.

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Speech leaf (noun)

one of the usually green, flat parts of a plant or tree that grows from the stem or branch.

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Speech neck (noun)

the part of the body of both human beings and animals that connects the head with the body

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Speech pet (noun)

a tame animal people keep in their homes as a companion or for pleasure

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Speech poisonous (adjective)

filled with or containing poison.

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Speech pond (noun)

a small body of still water

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Speech quack (verb)

to make the sound that a duck makes.

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Speech scary (adjective)

causing fear; frightening.

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Speech spin (verb)

to cause to turn quickly on an axis or as if on an axis.

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Speech tusk (noun)

a long, large, pointed tooth that sticks out from the mouth of some animals. Tusks grow in pairs and may be used to find food or fight. Elephants, walruses, and wild boars have tusks

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Speech web (noun)

a thin structure spun by spiders

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Speech wing (noun)

either of a pair of movable body parts used by birds, bats, or insects to fly.