Part of speech:
A slight scratch or scrape caused by grazing
A light quick blow, jerk, or touch:
A light touch in passing; a graze.
To use a rake
To scan verse
To skip, scamper, or move along quickly and lightly
To leap lightly over.
To cook with cream or a cream sauce
To roll (a particular combination) with dice.
To cut (the beard, for example) at the surface of the skin with a razor or shaver.
To scoop is to dig out or hollow out.
To throw or otherwise propel (something) in a way that causes it to glide, float, or move steadily through the air
Ricochet is defined as to bounce off a surface and go another direction.
To lift out and carry in a ladle
Glide is defined as to move easily or flow smoothly.
To make a passing reference; touch briefly:
To float is defined as to be suspended in water or liquid to stay near the surface, or to come into your mind, or to make a suggestion, or to fluctuate in value.
To study or analyze an organic material.
Coast means to sail along or near an oceanside, to slide down an incline.
To examine casually; skim
To remove from a mixture or combination; isolate.
(Intransitive) To start and run with speed; to shoot rapidly along
To scan (written matter) by turning over pages with or as if with the thumb.
An appendage growing from the stem of a plant. Leaves are extremely variable in form and function according to species. For example, the needles of pine trees, the spines of cacti, and the bright red parts of the poinsettia plant are all leaves modified for different purposes. However, most leaves are flat and green and adapted to capturing sunlight and carbon dioxide for photosynthesis. They consist of an outer tissue layer (the epidermis) through which water and gases are exchanged, a spongy inner layer of cells that contain chloroplasts, and veins that supply water and minerals and carry out food. Some leaves are simple, while others are compound, consisting of multiple leaflets. The flat part of the leaf, the blade, is often attached to the stem by a leafstalk.
To move swiftly; dart.
To move through the air
To touch lightly or gently:
To stream or flow continuously or profusely:
A suggestion, hint, or tinge:
To do away with; eliminate:
To scoop up by plunging the hand or a receptacle below the surface, as of a liquid; ladle:
To observe or inquire into in detail; examine systematically:
To stir the emotions:
To dismantle and pack up for departure:
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