| Inn; hotel
| The first part of the word looks like caravan which is like a mini-mobile hotel.
| Benevolent; generous
| The first of the word comes from the Latin word magnus, which means great, and generous people are great people.
| Criticism; complaint
| The first part of the word looks like expose, and when you criticize, you expose your complaints.
| Aggressive; rude
| This word was used to describe how Tom was aggressively holding onto Wilson.
| Sacred cup
| I think of the Holy Grail, which is a sacred cup.
| Fragrant; reminiscent
| The first part of the word, ‘redo’, will remind me that people who are reminiscent will redo what they did in their memories.
| Approval; praise
| The word reminds me of eggs benedict and I have never eaten them before, but I would approve of eating them if I was ever offered.
| Talkative; conversational
| In the book, this word was used to describe a man who kept repeating what happened to Myrtle.
| This word was used to describe how ghosts moved around and when I imagine ghosts they usually look like that don’t care where they’re going and just move without a destination.
| Creased; folded
| This word was used to describe how the surface of the pool slightly folded from the small gust.
| Casual; foreign
| The word looks like adventure and I would love to make having adventures like a casual thing for me.
| This word is often used to refer cases and when presenting a case’s evidence, one must be detailed.
| Burlesque; skit
| The word looks like that word Pasquel, and that is the last name of an Mexican actress, and people act in skits.
| Cloak; coat
| I remember watching a show called Doctor Who where one of the characters, who wore a large cloak, mentioned this word.
| Arched; round
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