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Things toy often describes (“toy ________”)
making, shops, shop, soldiers, makers, books, kit, boats, carts, store, houses, play, maker, soldier, balloons, train, cart, animals, stores, box, dogs, guns, pistols, size, boy, boxes, book, theatre, industry, trials, terriers, money, cars, examples, house, breed, sellers, ships, models, automata, manufacturers, gun, boat, situation, figures, bricks, manufacturer, model, cannon, mice, business, objects, dog, trains, trees, blocks, instrument, child, test, experiments, engines, mesme, production, set, town, car, seller, mills, rabbits, ads, furniture, tis, cupboards, preference, market, horses, task, construction, boutique, fashion, horse, boys, cottages, poodles, garden, village

Descriptive words:
new, favorite, little, mechanical, small, broken, mere, stuffed, pretty, favourite, expensive, soft, particular, plastic, attractive, special, wooden, interesting, simple, popular, scientific, cuddly, latest, educational, wonderful, big, beautiful, dangerous, squeaky, childish, bright, amusing, ingenious, familiar, musical, cheap, costly, tiny, hidden, nice, philosophical, useless, curious, fascinating, electronic, newest, chinese, novel, precious, optical, lovely, beloved, desired, shiny, lost, wheeled, huge, fragile, silly, strange, delightful, preferred, miniature, giant, desirable, charming, electrical, ee', inexpensive


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See toy used in context: 100+ rhymes, 12 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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