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Vocabulary . Group 1. domesticate də mes ti kāt V NATURE domestic, domestication To tame It would be hard to domesticate a spider. eclipse ē klips N NATURE The total or partial hiding of something. Do not look at the sun during an eclipse . evolve ē välv

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domesticate

dəmestikāt

V NATURE

domestic, domestication

To tame

It would be hard to domesticate a spider.

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eclipse

ē klips

N NATURE

The total or partial hiding of something.

Do not look at the sun during an eclipse.

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evolve

ē välv

V NATURE

Evolution

To gradually change or develop.

Her ideas for the essay evolved and developed.

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fiber

fībər

N NATURE

Matter or material made up of thread-like pieces.

The new sleeping bags are stuffed with a natural fiber.

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graze

grāz

V NATURE

To feed on grass and growing plants.

Cows graze on grass in the field.

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hatch

hach

V NATURE

Hatchling

To come out of an egg.

To come up with a plan.

It’s fun to watch baby chicks hatch.

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innate

in nāt

A NATURE

Existing from birth

Wild animals have the innate ability to sense danger.

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rodent

rōdənt

N NATURE

Mammals with sharp teeth for gnawing.

The rodent chewed a hole in the wall.

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solar

sōlər

A NATURE

Solarium

Having to do with the sun.

Solar powered homes get their energy from the sun.

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stampede

stampēd

N NATURE

When a group or herd run in fear.

Someone yelled “Fire!”, and I was almost trampled by the stampede.