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Things read often describes (“read ________”)
out, statement, operation, man, book, books, format, head, operations, thermometer, alouds, access, command, request, letter, text, file, write, statements, style, times, outs, mode, memory, data, record, letters, person, move, chapter, requests, list, woman, cycle, pages, transaction, stories, newspapers, guide, instruction, cycles, type, story, novels, back, locks, miss, error, speech, scholar, lawyer, chapters, print, introduction, aloud, page, articles, consistency, paper, newspaper, works, section, heads, punch, only, novel, instructions, card, labels, master, more, copy, report, article, poet, texts, magazines, student, off, lock, author, notes, volume

Descriptive words:
first, little, much, good, last, best, better, next, more, easy, quick, second, less, original, least, interesting, final, fascinating, longer, enjoyable, sequential, latter, daily, worth, entertaining, front, excellent, repeatable, bad, well, dirty, typical, scarce, subsequent, top, compelling, shockley, ready, essential, wonderful, destructive, novel, delightful, quiet, page, random, concurrent, terrific, likely, bottom, day, int, ill, rare, content, difficult, obituary, careful, public, streamable

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See read used in context: 100+ rhymes, 130 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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