A

anxiously
appreciate

B

banging
begging
bitter
blizzards

C

chipmunk
clever
combed the new grass
convince

D

darted away
deadly
defeated
dense

E

environment

F

feared
flaming
furious

G

glinting yellow eyes
grasp
guarding

H

haze
her head still foggy and spinning with dreams
hissed
hospitality
huddled

I

ignore
investigate

J

jealous

K


L


M

menacing
mournful
mumbled
murmured

N


O

ordinary

P

panicked
peered
persuade
powerless
protect

Q


R

refused
relieved
retreat
robin
rustling

S

scowled
seasons
selfish
sizzling
skulking
slinked
snatched
soaring
sorrow
speechless
steal
streaks
struggle
survive
suspicious
swallowed

T

talons
tending their fire
thick winter coat
thief
triumph

U


V

vulture

W

wood

X


Y


Z


signal

Definition
A piece of information communicated by an action, gesture, or sign.

Example Sentence
The officer gave a signal to the cars that it was safe to go through the intersection.

Drawing of a referee giving signals.
Referee giving a 'time out' signal.

Photograph of person signaling a boat.
Person holding up cards as signals to the boat.