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
It would be hard to domesticate a spider.
The total or partial hiding of something.
Do not look at the sun during an eclipse.
To gradually change or develop.
Her ideas for the essay evolved and developed.
Matter or material made up of thread-like pieces.
The new sleeping bags are stuffed with a natural fiber.
To feed on grass and growing plants.
Cows graze on grass in the field.
To come out of an egg.
To come up with a plan.
It’s fun to watch baby chicks hatch.
Existing from birth
Wild animals have the innate ability to sense danger.
Mammals with sharp teeth for gnawing.
The rodent chewed a hole in the wall.
Having to do with the sun.
Solar powered homes get their energy from the sun.
When a group or herd run in fear.
Someone yelled “Fire!”, and I was almost trampled by the stampede.