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The life and death of a pumpkin pp
The life and death of a pumpkin pp
The life and death of a pumpkin pp
The life and death of a pumpkin pp
The life and death of a pumpkin pp
The life and death of a pumpkin pp
The life and death of a pumpkin pp
The life and death of a pumpkin pp
The life and death of a pumpkin pp
The life and death of a pumpkin pp
The life and death of a pumpkin pp
The life and death of a pumpkin pp
The life and death of a pumpkin pp
The life and death of a pumpkin pp
The life and death of a pumpkin pp
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  • 1. idyllicidyllic charming; picturesque adjective
  • 2. abductorabductor a person who carries off or leads away illegally and in secret or by force, especially to kidnap. noun
  • 3. nauseatednauseated Affected with sickness; disgust verb
  • 4. innardsinnards the internal parts of the body noun
  • 5. strewingstrewing to let fall in separate pieces or particles over a surface; scatter or sprinkle verb
  • 6. impalingimpaling fixing upon, or piercing through with, anything pointed verb
  • 7. dementeddemented crazy; insane; mad adjective
  • 8. gruesomegruesome causing great horror; horribly repugnant; grisly adjective
  • 9. visagevisage the face, usually with reference to shape, features, expression, etc.; countenance. noun
  • 10. glimmerglimmer a dim perception; inkling noun
  • 11. liberatorsliberators One who setsOne who sets free, as from imprisonment or bondage. noun
  • 12. disfigureddisfigured to mar the appearance or beauty of; deform; deface (past tense) adjective
  • 13. tormentedtormented to afflict with great bodily or mental suffering; pain verb
  • 14. humiliationhumiliation The act or instance of causing (a person) a painful loss of pride, self-respect, or dignity; mortify. noun
  • 15. mangledmangled injured severely, disfigured, or mutilated by cutting, slashing, or crushing: adjective

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