Two kids are talking.
- My dad works twelve hours a day, so that I can have a comfortable home and decent clothes. My mom spends the whole day cleaning and cooking for me. However, I can not relax from all the worry.
- But you are living a fairytale life! What are you so worry about?
- Well, what if they try to escape?
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—v. - blush, redden, glow warmly (he flushed with embarrassment).
- (usu. As flushed adj.) Cause to glow or blush (often foll. By with: he was flushed with pride). - a cleanse (a drain, lavatory, etc.) By a flow of water. B (often foll. By away, down) dispose of in this way. - rush out, spurt. —n. - blush or glow. - a rush of water. B cleansing of a drain, lavatory, etc. Thus. - rush of esp. Elation or triumph. - freshness; vigour. - a (also hot flush) sudden feeling of heat during menopause. B feverish redness or temperature etc. —adj. - level, in the same plane. - colloq. Having plenty of money. [perhaps = *flush3] - n. Hand of cards all of one suit, esp. In poker. [latin fluxus *flux] - v. - cause (esp. A game-bird) to fly up. - (of a bird) fly up and away. flush out 1 reveal. - drive out. [imitative] FLUTE
—n. - a high-pitched woodwind instrument held sideways. B any similar wind instrument.
- ornamental vertical groove in a column. —v. (-ting) 1 play, or play (a tune etc.) On, the flute. - speak or sing etc. In a high voice. - make grooves in. fluting n. Fluty adj. (in sense 1a of n.). [french] FLYER
n. (also flier) colloq. - airman or airwoman.
- thing that flies in a specified way (poor flyer). - fast-moving animal or vehicle. - ambitious or outstanding person. - small handbill. FOCAL
adj. Of or at a focus. [latin: related to *focus]
- distance n. (also focal length) distance between the centre of a mirror or lens and its focus. - point n. - = *focus n. 1. - centre of interest or activity. FOCUS
—n. (pl. Focuses or foci) 1 a point at which rays or waves meet after reflection or refraction. B point from which rays etc. Appear to proceed.
- a point at which an object must be situated for a lens or mirror to give a well-defined image. B adjustment of the eye or a lens to give a clear image. C state of clear definition (out of focus). - = *focal point 2. —v. (-s- or -ss-) 1 bring into focus. - adjust the focus of (a lens or eye). - concentrate or be concentrated on. - converge or make converge to a focus. [latin, = hearth] FOGEY
var. Of *fogy.
adj. (-ier, -iest) 1 full of fog.
- of or like fog. - vague, indistinct. not have the foggiest colloq. Have no idea at all. fogginess n. [perhaps from fog long grass] FOIST
v. (foll. By on) force (a thing or oneself) on to an unwilling person. [dutch vuisten take in the hand]
—n. (pl. -s) 1 leaf of paper etc., esp. Numbered only on the front.
- sheet of paper folded once making two leaves of a book. - book of such sheets. —adj. (of a book) made of folios, of the largest size. in folio made of folios. [latin, ablative of folium leaf] FOLLY
n. (pl. -ies) 1 foolishness.
- foolish act, behaviour, idea, etc. - fanciful ornamental building created for display. [french folie from fol mad, *fool1]
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Polar Bears trying to blend in with the ice will sometimes cover up their black nose with their paws.