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Speech artist (noun)

a person who is good at painting, music, writing, or any other art.

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Speech block (noun)

a group of people or things considered as a single unit.

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Speech brush (noun)

a tool made of stiff hairs or bristles that have been fastened to a handle. A brush is used for grooming, painting, or scrubbing.

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Speech build (verb)

to make by joining together different parts and materials; construct.

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Speech call (verb)

to name.

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Speech castle (noun)

a large, strong building where a noble lived with his family and servants. Many castles were built long ago to defend the people inside against attacks.

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Speech chalk (noun)

a substance made from natural chalk that is formed into round sticks that can be used to write or draw with, especially on a blackboard or on pavement

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Speech cut-out (noun)

something that has been or is made to be cut out, such as a paper doll.

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Speech daycare (noun)

day-care center for children too young for school or older children after school or during vacation.

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Speech even (adverb)

used to show something surprising or not expected.

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Speech first (adjective)

before all others in time

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Speech flag (noun)

a piece of cloth, in the shape of a rectangle or triangle, with colors and designs. Flags are used for signaling or as symbols of a country or organization

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Speech honey (noun)

sweet one; dear.

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Speech introduce (verb)

to present to another person.

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Speech nervous (adjective)

being fearful or anxious in a specific situation.

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Speech notice (verb)

to be aware of; know

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Speech raisin (noun)

a sweet grape that has been dried for eating.

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Speech robin (noun)

a large North American songbird that has a rusty red breast, a dark head and back, and a bright yellow bill. The North American robin is a type of thrush.

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Speech scared (adjective)

feeling fear; afraid.

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Speech share (verb)

to take turns using something.

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Speech shy (adjective)

not comfortable with other people.

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Speech stuff (noun)

personal things, or any other type of materials or objects.

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Speech though (adverb)

however

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Speech toast (noun)

bread that has been sliced and browned in an oven or toaster.

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Speech tower (noun)

a tall, narrow building or part of a building that rises high above the ground

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Speech twist (noun)

something twisted, curled, or made into a spiral, such as citrus peel, hair, or yarn.

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Speech worm (noun)

an animal with a long, thin, round or flat body. Worms have no legs and move by creeping or crawling. Worms are invertebrates and have no backbone