The book I have taken this word from is called ‘Eight Keys’ by Suzanne LaFleur. This is her second published book
Synonyms: Entrails, organs, guts, viscera
The internal workings of a device or machine
Example: Cadence removed the innards of the cow and cringed.
These are from the book ‘Pookie Aleera is not my boyfriend’ by Steven Herrick. It is a book of poems about people our age at school.
To get rid of something/someone who/is no use to you anymore or no longer interesting.
Synonyms: abandoned, neglected, obsolete, dis-continued, forsaken, castaway
Example: The children discarded their school hats when playing basketball
Feeling and remembering something from the past. Sometimes evoked from objects or people. This can be any feeling.
Synonyms: homesick, romantic, sentimental, regretful
Example: Alexis felt nostalgic as she walked upon the streets of her old school. She remembered fairs and all her friends.
Various natural substances. For example, asphalt.
A disease that has high mortality
Synonyms: curse, epidemic, outbreak, invasion, influenza
Example: The plague in Egypt spread along the Nile. Causing a large outbreak.
- fantail goldfish
Example: The fantail goldfish swam around the tank, catching all of the sinking goldfish food
Synonyms: laugh, glow, grin, shine, radiate
Example: Jason’s mouth turned into a smirk when he found out he had no school due to his fake sick day.
- gutter or a ditch
Example: The gully had water flowing through it to the end of the hill
- to mumble
- to grimace
- to sulk
- to mope
Example: Sally had the mumps. She had lost her favourite watch.
- a small portion
- a blob of a substance
Synonyms: piece, portion, bit, glob, blob
Example: Paris added a dollop of cream onto her apple pie. Her sister, Matilda, only had a small spoonful.