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someone who kills animals for sport and keeps parts of the animals’ bodies to put on display
I couldn’t be a trophy hunter because I don’t want to kill wild animals.
Angela took care of the wounded bird until it could fly again.
the protection of wild animals
Trent wants to get a job in wildlife conservation because he loves animals.
Dave’s new house was filled with roaches, so he had them exterminated.
The pages of the old book were brittle, and they crumbled when Pete touched them.
changed to make something work better
I adapted my morning routine—now I go to bed earlier so I have more time to exercise.
a system in which children are cared for by adults who are not their legal parents
Paul was placed in foster care with a loving family.
set on doing something
Carlton was determined to finish the marathon.
someone who helps others learn
My dad is my mentor for basketball—he taught me how to shoot.
Amanda was filled with sorrow when her dog ran away.
an act that hurts others on purpose
Don’t throw Jason’s lunch on the ground—that would be an act of cruelty.
an activity that is repeated over many years
Eating turkey on Thanksgiving is an American tradition.
a win in a battle or a contest
The baseball team went out for ice cream to celebrate their victory in the league finals.
feels sad because someone has died
The United States mourns the loss of soldiers who die in war.
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