Vocabulary – “Raymond’s Run”. clutch. v . to grasp and hold tightly The woman clutched her purse tightly to keep it from the robber. liable. adj. likely or possible, especially unpleasantly likely If you only wear a hoodie to school in the winter, you are liable to catch a cold.
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Vocabulary – “Raymond’s Run”
The woman clutched her purse tightly to keep it from the robber.
If you only wear a hoodie to school in the winter, you are liable to catch a cold.
Mercury escorts the souls of the dead to the Underworld, ruled by his uncle, Hades.
Many party dresses from the past were filled out with yards of organdy.
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Melissa’s parents thought she was a vocal prodigy, but once they moved to Hollywood, they realized she wasn’t that good.
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The American swim team won the medley relay at the last summer Olympics.
It will be interesting to see if the new Batman movies introduce a sidekick for him.
The sight of an elephant walking down Main Street brought traffic to a standstill.