Pondered (verb): To consider something deeply and thoroughly; meditate (often followed by over or upon).
Cram (verb): -To fill (something) by force with more than it can easily hold.
- To force or stuff (usually followed by into, down, etc.).
- To fill with or as with an excessive amount of food; overfeed.
Wad (noun):A small mass, lump, or ball of anything.
Tuck (verb): To hide something.
Bulgy (adjective): Swell put larger.
Soak (verb): Wet.
Toss (verb): To throw, pitch, or fling, especially to throw lightly or carelessly.
To-be (adjective):Future; soon to be the thing specified.
Sly Out(): Hide, to be skillful, make ticks to people not to notice something.
Brush them off: To forget.
Dump (verb):To drop or let fall in a mass; fling down or drop heavily or suddenly.
Dwindle (verb): To become smaller and smaller; shrink; waste away.
Blubbery stomach: Full of fat.
Pudgy (adjective): Short and fat or thick.
Holler (verb):To cry aloud; shout; yell.
Brash (adjective): In a rude way, imprudent or impetuous.
Hon (noun): Honey.
Aggrieved (adjective): Wronged, offended, or injured looking with disgusted face.
Apropos (adverb):Fitting; at the right time; to the purpose; opportunely.
Hoard (noun): To collect or store away secretly.
Binge (noun):To eat or drink in excess with no control.
Laded (adjective): Burdened; loaded down.
Wrapper(noun): A covering or cover.
Crumb (noun): A small particle of bread, cake, etc., that has broken off.
Bile (noun): A bitter, alkaline, yellow or greenish liquid, secreted by the liver, that aidsin absorption and digestion, especially of fats.
Bloated stomach: Full.
Enamel (noun): Esmalte de dientes.
Tangled (adjective): Snarled, interlaced, or mixed up. Hair not together.Harp On (phrasal verb): To talk or write about to an excessive and tedious degree.
Ordeal (noun): Any extremely severe or trying test, experience, or trial.