either of the two parts of the body between the top of each arm and the neck
to have or keep someone or something in your hands or arms
a natural movement of air
to make the corners of the mouth turn up in order to express happiness, amusement, pleasure, affection, etc.
not hard to understand, do, deal with, use, etc.
any of the four (five if including the thumb) limbs attached to the hand
a structure built over something, such as a river or a railroad, that is used by people or vehicles for crossing
a piece of cloth or paper used for drying things
a viscous liquid derived from petroleum, especially for use as a fuel or lubricant
to get or be given something
to produce tears, usually because of pain or sadness
the surface of a planet, such as the Earth or Mars
a building or group of buildings where large amounts of goods are produced or assembled by machines
a suitable time or situation when you have the opportunity to do something
goods, items, or food bought, sold, or requested
a daily record, usually private, especially of the writer's own experiences, observations, feelings, attitudes, etc.
a sound, especially one that is loud, unpleasant, or scary
something that happens suddenly or unexpectedly
a child or a young person