Let’s Start. Mother to Tigers. grace. strolled. official. sleek. " The tourists ______ through the streets looking at all the big buildings and store windows. "GR-R-R-R-R-R- EAT!!" . Next. strolled – verb – walked in a slow relaxed manner. Try Again. No-oooo!!!. strolled.
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Mother to Tigers
strolled – verb – walked in a slow relaxed manner.
official – adjective - coming from or approved by authority
sleek – adjective – looking healthy and well cared for
sleepy – adjective – ready for or need sleep
pitiful – adjective – making people feel sorrow for
crouch – verb – to stoop or bend low with the knees bent
grace – noun – beautiful movement, or style
kissing a tiger cub; she is temporarily caring for the cub because the captive mother will not nurse her cubs.
Location: New York, NY
Date taken: April 1944
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