Amusing (v): make (someone) laugh or smile.
Hum (V): sing with closed lips.
Squeeze (v): firmly press from opposite or all sides, typically withthe fingers.
Afraid (adj): feeling fear or anxiety; frightened.
Toward (prep): getting nearer to (a time or goal).
Sobbing (v): cry making loud, convulsive gasps.
Perhaps (adv); expressinguncertainty or possibility.
Custard (n): a dessert or sweet sauce made with milk and eggs and thickened with cornflour, or milk and a proprietary powder.
Curtains (n): a piece of materialsuspended at the top to form a screen, typically movable sideways and found as one of a pair at a window.
Baptized (v): administer baptism to.
Embroider (v): sew decorative needlework patterns on.Swear (v): state or promise solemnly or on oath.
Rubbish (n): waste material; refuse or litter.
Doves (n): a stocky seed- or fruit-eating bird with a small head, short legs, and a cooing voice,similar to but generally smaller and more delicate than a pigeon.
Across (prep): from one side to the other of (something).
Armchair (n): a large, comfortable chair with side supports for thesitter's arms.
Arrangement (n): a plan for a future event.
Behind (prep): at or to the far side of.
Between (prep): at, into, or across the space separating (two objects, places, or points).Blinds (n): a screen for a window, especially one on a roller or made of slats.
Corner (n): a place or angle where two or more sides or edges meet. A place where two streets meet.
Edge (n):the outside limit of an object, area, or surface.
Furniture (n): the movable articles that are used to make a room or building suitable for living or working in, such as tables, chairs, or desks.Sharp (adj): having an edge or point able to cut or pierce something.
Sink (n): a fixed basin with a water supply and outflow pipe.
Stove (n): an apparatus for cooking or heating that...