collecting words…

aimless
adjective MAINLY DISAPPROVING
without any clear intentions, purpose or direction:
“He would stroll aimlessly throughout the night…” (p. kalil)
from: cambridge online dictionarie

blister
noun [C]
1 a painful red swelling on the skin that contains liquid, caused usually by continuous rubbing, especially on your heel, or by burning:
“I was furious with the sun; it burnt down on me so angrily, small blisters formed on my skin.” (h. murakami)
from: cambridge online dictionarie

dawn (EARLY MORNING)
noun [C or U]
1 the period in the day when light from the sun begins to appear in the sky:
“…and return home at the crack of dawn” (p. kalil)
from: cambridge online dictionarie

get along (DEAL WITH) MAINLY US (MAINLY UK get on)
phrasal verb
to deal with a situation, usually successfully:
“SPIEGEL: How did you get along?”
from: cambridge online dictionarie

hip(BODY PART)
noun [C]
the area below the waist and above the legs at either side of the body, or the joint which connects the leg to the upper part of the body:
“When I decided to stop smoking, at the age of 33, I sprouted rolls of fat on my hips.” (h. murakami)
from: cambridge online dictionarie

hose(PIPE)
noun[C] (UK ALSO hosepipe)
a long plastic or rubber pipe, used to direct water onto fires, gardens, etc:
hose
verb [T]
“When I arrived at the finish I hosed myself down at a petrol station…” [= cleaned with water from a hose] (h. murakami)
from: cambridge online dictionarie

mother-of-pearl
noun
a smooth hard substance forming a layer inside the shells of some sea animals. It is white but also seems to shine with many different colours. It is used to make buttons and for decoration.
“A work of virtuosity, in which the artist does not doubt his own vision and style, applying real gilt (a thin layer of gold), coloured glass and mother-of-pearl whenever needed.” (p. kalil)
from: cambridge online dictionarie

scrumptious
adjective (UK INFORMAL scrummy)
tasting extremely pleasant; delicious:
“Not only salubrious, your salad sounds scrumptious as well! :)” (p. kalil)

seek sb/sth out
phrasal verb [M] FORMAL
to look for someone or something, especially for a long time until you find them:
“however it’s a toughness I seek out.” (h. murakami)
from: cambridge online dictionarie

sprout
verb
1 [I or T] to produce leaves, hair and other new developing parts, or (of leaves, hair and other developing parts) to begin to grow:
“When I decided to stop smoking, at the age of 33, I sprouted rolls of fat on my hips.” (h. murakami)
from: cambridge online dictionarie

stroll
verb [I]
to walk in a slow relaxed manner, especially for pleasure:
“He would stroll aimlessly throughout the night…” (p. kalil)
from: cambridge online dictionarie

thick(NOT THIN)
adjective
having a large distance between two sides:
“I publish a thick novel every four years, but I run a 10-kilometer race, a half-marathon and a marathon every year.” (h. murakami)

tough
adjective
difficult to do or to deal with
from: cambridge online dictionarie

well (HOLE)
noun [C]
a deep hole in the ground from which water, oil or gas can be obtained:
“And there he was, looking down into the dried up well.” (p. kalil)
from: cambridge online dictionarie

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