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541. Arch (boog) :: Under the arch of her eyebrows her wide brown eyes glowed with their vague hint of secrecy their quiet incandescence
542. Bewitching (betowerende) ::
543. Chest (bors) :: I would only be inflicting my germs all over you and giving you a bad chest
544. Dashing (kranige) :: Alexs parents met when they were eighteen and twentythree respectively were engaged three months later and had a dashingly handsome son by the end of their second year of marriage
545. Dowdy (vaal) :: By the end of Anns episode the formerly dowdy Jersey girl is certainly more stylish
546. Down (af) :: Mr Rogers said last spring he stopped an attempt by the council to chop the tree down and believed it was now safe
547. Downcast (neergeslane) :: I studied her downcast eyes and continued Who did these then
548. Elbow (elmboog) :: Not only does he have enough pouches to store all kinds of oats and grains he also has a chain mail sleeve for his elbow
549. Gaunt (maer) :: He was gaunt and serious from the start with minimal hand movements and only slightly gesticulating as he dipped into domestic policy issues
550. Greasy (vetterige) :: I searched all over for that greasy man and didnt see him anywhere
551. Lithe (lenige) :: One of my coworkers is a tall lanky guy who is amazingly lithe and flexible
552. Mandible (mandibula) :: Chewing is a cyclic motion of the mandible and tongue apparatus whereby food is reduced between the maxillary and mandibular teeth
553. Moustache (snor) :: She said He looked like a robust muscular man with white hair and a moustache
554. Mousy (vaal) :: Another muchdiscussed microbiological fault which can cause a wine to smell mousy may be caused by yeasts of the Brettanomyces genus closely related to Dekkera
555. Mouth (mond) :: Everything was packed save for her blankets and the others were gathered at the mouth of the cave
556. Ovary (eierstok) :: A missing receptor molecule contributes to the growth of tumors in human ovaries
557. Scrunch (knauwen) :: Cautiously I pushed my thumb in even harder doing that thing where you scrunch up your face as if that makes it so it wont splash me only to discover that the blessed thing was hardboiled
558. Shock (skok) :: A headteacher has spoken of his shock at the sudden death of one of his popular young pupils
559. Small (klein) :: He finished this speech in a small tone of voice that instantly mellowed my anger
560. Thatch (grasdak) :: Heavy thatch may require a second application a week later
561. Winning (wen) :: His firm handshake welcoming smile and boyish charm were a winning combination
562. Winsome (innemend) :: As are the ruins of their monasteries and hermitages apart from a crumbling monastery tower and a winsome Welsh chapel
 

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