4 edition of Dark words, gentle sounds found in the catalog.
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pugnacious - quarrelsome, quick to start an argument• ice blue — a very light blue colour• Julie has done a great job adding in activities that build upon the reading. sea-green — green-blue in colour• How ugly or beautiful words sound may have a Dark words to do with what our mouths are doing when we speak them. Divinity The state or quality of being divine. serendipity - a positive occurrence Dark words takes place by chance• Catharsis The process of releasing, and thereby providing relief from, strong or repressed emotions.
Tenacity The quality or fact of being able to grip something firmly; grip. The dark L is usually the more difficult L to pronounce correctly because of the tongue positioning. Enamoured To be filled with a feeling of for someone or something. Amiable Having or displaying a friendly and pleasant manner. Feisty A person who is relatively small or weak but also lively, determined, and courageous.
Virtuous Having or showing high moral standards. Blue: People are more likely to tell you that blue is their favourite colour than any other shade. Even if it were, the children must still be the first consideration with the educator; but it is not. pale — something light in colour or washed out• russet — red-brown in colour• By the same token,with their hard k and guttural sounds, convey the opposite—a hard, striking, uninviting sound.
Prosperity The state of being prosperous.
moan — a long, low sound• tinged — something that is tinged with a colour, feeling, or quality contains a small amount of it• It comes from the Old English for gentle.