Slip away: let go.
Example: I let her hand slip away and she fell into the pit.
Glance: To direct the eyes at or toward something briefly
Example: I glanced back at the house and then kept walking.
To drift: float around on land
Example: We drifted to the shore in our boats.
Threat: menace, intent to hurt
Example: He threatened to kill me.
Amicable: characterized by or showing goodwill; friendly; peaceable
Example: John is amicable and nice.
Go to almost every length: to do whatever is necessary
Ex: I would go to almost every length to get him back.
We're going to buy icecream
I hate icecream I grumbled.
Bringing up: subject: raise
Example: When someone brings up the topic of their father, they get really sad.
Groaned: vocal sound
We're not going to bring him with us I groaned in complaint.
Came to halt: to stop; to slow down and stop
Example: I slowly woke up as the car came to a halt.
Fumbled:to feel or grope about clumsily
Crowded: Filled to excess
Ex: The stadium was crowded with people.
Slammed her foot on the brakes: To violently push the brakes.
Ex: I slammed my foot on the brakes when I noticed a person in the middle of the road.
Thump: A blow with something thick and heavy, producing a dull sound.
Dazzle:To dim the vision of, especially to blind with intense light.
Example: The hospital lights dazzled me.
Slowed down: Lose velocity.
Example: I slowed down as I came closer to a curve.
Speed up: Go faster.
Example: I sped up because I was running out of time.
Snatch a look: To look briefly
Example: I snatched a look at the man in the door and then hopped into my car.
Overtake: To catch up with
Example: I overtook the 1st runner and won the race.
Pile up: A quantity of objects stacked together.
Example: I piled up the magazines on my desk and left
Blasted: Used as an intensive.
Example: The explosion blasted through my ears.
Horn: A usually electrical signaling device that produces a loud resonant sound: an
Example: I pressed the horn so the car in front of me would move.
Swerved back into: Swerving and weaving down the road to get through traffic.
Example: The traffic was so crowded that it took me 10 minutes to swerve back into it.
Menacingly: something that threatens to cause evil, harm, injury, etc.; a threat.
Example: He shot me a glance, menacingly
Don't you dare.
Tremble: to shake involuntarily with quick, short movements, as from fear,excitement,
weakness, or cold; quake; quiver.
Example: The cold numbed my whole body a suddenly I started to tremble.
Spotted: Seen somewhere.
Example: Leonardo DiCaprio has been spotted at the train station with his family.
Relief:alleviation, ease, or deliverance through the removal of pain, distress,oppression, etc.
Example: As soon as I saw him, I let out a sigh of relief.
Twist: to alter in shape, as by turning the ends in opposite directions, so that parts
previously in the same straight line and plane are located in a spiral curve.
Example: I twisted the end of the cable so that it would charge.
Turn: to cause to move around on an axis or about a center; rotate
Example: I turned left in Vicente López.
Skidded into: to slide along without rotating, as a wheel to which a brake has been applied.
Exmple: I skidded into the road.
Head on collision: A headon collision is a traffic collision where the front ends of two
vehicles such as cars, trains, ships or planes hit each other in opposite directions, as
opposed to a side collision or rearend collision.
Ex: The accident had consisted on a head on collision
To lurch: An act or instance of swaying abruptly.
Example: I lurched the lamp at his head.
Retaliated:To return like for like, especially evil for evil. take revenge.
Example: He had stolen from me so I had to retaliate him.
Pull lever with: A lever is a handle, sticking out at an angle, that allows you to operate a
machine or close a door . When you pull the lever of a voting booth, you both cast your ballot
and open the curtain.
Bounced: To rebound after having struck an object or a surface.
Example: The ball bounced against the pavement.
Chasing me: Being followed
Example: The dog had been chasing me for 2 hours.
Grabbed: To take or grasp suddenly.
Example: I grabbed his arm and told him to be careful.
Aimed: to intend or direct for a particular effect or purpose.
Example: I grabbed the gun and aimed at his head.
Pull over: To stop driving a car.
Example: I pulled over to check on my brakes and the I continued driving.
Crouched: to bend close to the ground, as an animal preparing to spring or shrinking with
Example: I crouched to the floor so she couldn't see me coming.