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Descriptive words:
such, new, many, old, few, dirty, little, magic, more, various, clever, strange, fantastic, simple, usual, knavish, cheap, technical, cunning, mere, favorite, hand, odd, mischievous, mean, nasty, magical, funny, rhetorical, verbal, childish, petty, silly, fancy, wonderful, cruel, ingenious, quick, oldest, curious, amusing, pretty, acrobatic, monkey, useful, queer, sly, neat, stupid, visual, psychological, theatrical, mechanical, difficult, easy, subtle, cute, amazing, foolish, sure, evil, mathematical, favourite, optical, naughty, circus, roguish, extra, innumerable, malicious, sportive, apish, wicked

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Book See tricks used in context: 100+ rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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