disgusted(verb, past-tense) Meaning: Having a strong feeling of dislike (root word: disgust) Example: The bullying made me feel disgusted.
raft(noun) Meaning: A flat boat, often made of logs or boards Example: Floating down the river on the raft was one of the best parts of summer.
scattered(verb, past-tense) Meaning: Thrown about here and there (root word: scatter) Example: The autumn leaves were scattered all over the yard.
cluttered(adjective, past-tense) Meaning: Filled with a messy collection of things (root word: clutter) Example: Ms. Yenne’s desk was cluttered with papers.
downstream(compound word) Meaning: Moving in the same direction as the current of the stream Example: We floated downstream on the raft.
nuzzle(verb) Meaning: To touch or rub with your nose Example: Mother animals often nuzzle their babies.