“U” Words in Book One

  U Unconscious – not aware Update – to make corrections or editions to bring something up to date   What other U words can you think of that are not in the book?

“T” Words in Book One

  T   Tad – a small amount   Tamping – to force or tap down   Thieves – people who steal things from others   Thrive – to make great progress, to prosper   Thriving – prospering, being fortunate   Thundered – to utter loudly, violently   Tiles – thin slab of hard material […]

“S” Words in Book One

Fun Facts about Tilda: Tilda Pinkerton came to Earth from the Sombrero Galaxy S   Savvy – well-informed, in the know, sharp   Scarcely – barely   Scouring – rub the surface of   Scowled – to wrinkle your brow in a look of anger or disapproval   Screeched – to utter a high pitched […]

“R” Words in Book One

  R   Rattling – a quick series of short loud sounds   Realistic – interested or concerned with what is real, sensible   Reassured – to restore confidence, make free from anxiety   Recoiled – to shrink back in fear   Redirected – to change the direction, course or focus of   Refined – […]

“Q” Words in Book One

  Q   Quality time – time devoted to a person or activity with undivided attention   Quilting – stitching together two layers of cloth with a soft interlining, usually a bedspread or tablecloth   What are some more Q words?

“P” Words in Book One

  P   Parched – dry, in need of water   Particularly – to a great degree   Pate – the top of the head, or crown   Paused – a temporary stop or rest   Peeled – to turn off or leave   Peered – to look, searching to see clearly   Pelted – […]

“O” Words in Book One

  O   Objected – to show disapproval   Oblivious – unaware   Observed – to state in a comment, or make a remark   Occurs – to take place   Offered – to present for acceptance of rejection, a yes or a no   Oldtimers – an experienced person who has been through a […]

“N” Words in Book One

  N   Neither – not one or the other   Newly – not long ago, recently   Noble – showing qualities of high morals, dignity, courage, generosity and honor   Nonsense – foolish and of little or no importance   Nosedived – plunged nose first   Notary – a person licensed to prepare legal […]

“M” Words in Book One

  M   Magnificent – splendid or impressive in appearance   Marveled – to wonder at   Maze – a confusing network of paths or passages   Merely – and nothing else, or nothing more   Mesmerized – spellbound or hypnotized   Miffed – annoyed or irritated   Milliner – a person who makes or […]

“L” Words in Book One

  L Lawyer – a person whose job is to represent people in court Leeway – extra time, space or materials that make operation possible Liars – people who tell lies Livable – suitable to live in Lopsided – bigger, heavier or wider on one side Lovely – very attractive or beautiful Lowly – in […]