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  1. with hunger in their eyes
  2. bun

    bʌn
  3. bun

    bʌn
  4. crumb

    krʌm
    • a small fragment of bread, cake, or cracker.
  5. light
    (lit - lit)

    • provide with light or lighting; illuminate 
    • e.g. I light the lamp

    make (something) start burning; ignite
  6. kindle
    light or set on fire.

    • • arouse or inspire (an emotion or feeling) :
    • a love of art was kindled in me.

    • [ intrans. ] (of an emotion) be aroused : she hesitated, suspicion kindling within her.

    • [ intrans. ] become impassioned or excited : the young man kindled at once.
  7. spark

    spɑ:rk
    • [ intrans. ] emit sparks of fire or electricity :
    • the ignition sparks as soon as the gas is turned on.

    [ trans. ] ignite : the explosion sparked a fire.
  8. polliwog 

    pɑ́liwɑ̀ɡ
  9. wiggle

    ˈwigəl
    • verb
    • move or cause to move up and down or from side to side with small rapid movements :
    • [ trans. ] Stasia wiggled her toes 
    • [ intrans. ] my tooth was wiggling around.

    noun
  10. jiggle 

    ˈjigəl
    • verb [ intrans. ]
    • move about lightly and quickly from side to side or up and down :
    • his head jiggles up and down as he speaks.

    • • [ trans. ] shake (something) lightly up and down or from side to side :
    • he was jiggling his car keys in his hand.
  11. twitch

    twi ch
    • verb
    • give or cause to give a short, sudden jerking or convulsive movement :
    • [ intrans. ] he saw her lips twitch and her eyelids flutter
    • [ trans. ] the dog twitched his ears.

    noun
  12. joggle

    dƷɑ:gl
    • v.
    • move or cause to move with repeated small bobs or jerks :
    • [ intrans. ] the car bounced and joggled on the rough road.
  13. wag

    wӕg
    • (an animal's tail) move or cause to move rapidly to and fro :
    • [ intrans. ] his tail began to wag 
    • [ trans. ] the dog went out, wagging its tail.
  14. wobble

    wɑ:bl
    • verb [ intrans. ]
    • move unsteadily from side to side :
    • the table wobbles where the leg is too short.
  15. squirm

    skwə:rm
    • verb [ intrans. ]
    • wriggle or twist the body from side to side, esp. as a result of nervousness or discomfort : all my efforts to squirm out of his grasp were useless.
  16. giggle

    gɪgl
    • 킬킬 웃다.
    • verb [ intrans. ]
    • laugh lightly in a nervous, affected, or silly manner :
    • they giggled at some private joke |
    • [as adj. ] ( giggling) three giggling girls.
  17. titter

    tɪtə(r)
    킥킥거리다.

    • verb [ intrans. ]
    • give a short, half-suppressed laugh; giggle : her stutter caused the children to titter.
  18. snigger

    snɪgə(r)
    킬킬 웃다.

    • verb [ intrans. ]
    • give such a laugh :
    • the boys at school were sure to snigger at him behind his back 

    [with direct speech ] “Doesn't he look like a fool?” they sniggered.
  19. tee-hee

    ti: hi:
    히히 낄낄

    • verb ( -hees , -heed , -heeing ) [ intrans. ]
    • titter or giggle in such a way.
  20. chuckle 

    tʃʌkl
    빙그레 웃다.

    • verb [ intrans. ]
    • laugh quietly or inwardly :
    • I chuckled at the astonishment on her face

    [with direct speech ] “That's a bit strong, isn't it?” he chuckled.
  21. chortle

    tʃɔ:rtl
    (기쁘거나 재미있어서) 깔깔거리다

    • verb [ intrans. ]
    • laugh in a breathy, gleeful way; chuckle : he chortled at his own pun.
  22. laugh

    lӕf
    • 소리내어 웃다.
    • verb [ intrans. ]

    • she couldn't help laughing at his jokes |
    • he laughed out loud | [with direct speech ]
    • she laughed, “Not a chance.”
  23. fiddle

    fɪdl
    • n.
    • informal a violin, 

    • v.
    • [ intrans. ] play the fiddle
  24. clarinet

    klӕrənet
    클라리넷
  25. doze

    douz
    • verb [ intrans. ]
    • sleep lightly :
    • he found his mother dozing by the fire.

    ( doze off) fall lightly asleep : I dozed off for a few seconds.
  26. catnap

    kӕtnӕp
    선잠. 토막잠. 

    • verb ( -napped, -napping) [ intrans. ]
    • have such a sleep.
  27. nap

    nӕp
    • verb ( napped , napping ) [ intrans. ]
    • sleep lightly or briefly, esp. during the day.
  28. drowse

    drauz
    꾸벅꾸벅 졸다.

    • verb [ intrans. ]
    • be half asleep; doze intermittently :
    • he was beginning to drowse in his chair.

    • [ trans. ] archaic make sleepy.
  29. grumpy

    grʌmpi
    심술난

    • adjective ( grumpier , grumpiest )
    • bad-tempered and sulky.
  30. lumpy

    lʌmpi
    lump 덩어리

    • adjective ( lumpier , lumpiest )
    • full of or covered with lumps :
    • he lay on the lumpy mattress.
  31. furry

    fə:ri
    adjective ( -rier , -riest )

    covered with fur

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