From the Word Wizard Club...
March 19, 2012

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blind

Which Means:

Unable to see, lacking the ability of sight.

As In:

Image Blind people may not be able to see with their eyes, but they can still "see" with their other senses.

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The I in 'blind' is a long I.

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stand

Which Means:

To be upright on legs and feet.

As In:

Image It's not a good idea to stand in a roller coaster!

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Let these letters stand in the right order.

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script

Which Means:

Written characters or letters made by hand, hand-writing.

As In:

Image The researchers at the museum did not know what script said.

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Can you write in cursive script?

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thrill

Which Means:

To feel excited and delighted, to experience a sudden sensation of excitement and emotion.

As In:

Image The thought of bungee jumping continues to thrill Jamie every time.

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Add two Ls to this word to get a thrill!

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cradle

Which Means:

A small bed for babies that can rock from side to side.

As In:

Image The little girl had a cradle for her dolls.

Heads Up!

An A is cradled between two consonants in the word 'cradle'.

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