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Seal Surfer - Vocabulary. Grade 3: Theme 4 - Animal Habitats 1.D.1.b -Discuss words and word meanings daily as they are encountered in texts, instruction and conversations L. Menzel 3/2/07. basked. Rested in pleasant warmth. The lioness basked in the sun hoping to take a long nap.

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Seal Surfer - Vocabulary

Grade 3: Theme 4 - Animal Habitats

1.D.1.b -Discuss words and word meanings daily as they are encountered in texts, instruction and conversations

L. Menzel 3/2/07


basked

  • Rested in pleasant warmth

The lioness basked in the sun hoping to take a long nap.


buffeted

struck powerfully, blown about

Since Gary was being buffeted by the rough winds he had to hold on tight to the tree.


surf

To ride on waves, often on a surfboard

James wanted to surf all day with his new yellow surf board.


horizon

the line where the sky seems to meet the sea or the Earth

We sat and ate our dinner while looking out toward the beautiful horizon.

horizon


swell

A long wave that moves without breaking

The buoy marker rocked back and forth over the ocean swells all day long.


swooped

Moved with a sudden, sweeping motion

The pelican swooped his beak into the water to catch some fish.


quay

a dock where ships are loaded and unloaded

The container ship docked at the quay to unload its cargo.


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