clothes
Describing people's appearance
personality
Emotions
Body parts and functions
100

A piece of clothing such as a t shirt or sweater for the upper part of the body. 

top
100
Very sin. Often in a way that does not look healthy or attractive.
skinny
100
Too interested in things that involve other people and should not involve you.
Nosy
100
Extremely pleased.
Delighted
100
The process that happens when your body changes food into substances your body can use.
Digestion
200
Attractive
Good-looking
200
An area on the head where there is no hair.
A bald patch
200
Not happy to pay for things or give people things.
Mean
200
Bored and unhappy with something that you have been doing for a long time.
Fed up
200
One of two small organs that clean your blood and produce urine.
A Kidney
300
Describes comfortable clothes such as jeans that you wear especially when you are not at work.
Casual
300
Having a darker skin than usual, after spending time in the sun.
Tanned
300
Always doing what you promise to do so that people trust you.
Reliable
300
Worried and not relaxed, often because you have a lot of problems or too much work.
Stressed
300
A piece of body tissue that is used to move a particular part of the body.
Muscle
400
A material made of plant that is used for many clothes, such as t- shirts.
Cotton
400
Very fat.
Overweight
400
Often considering other people and their feelings.
Thoughtful
400
Sad because you are alone.
Lonely
400
A place in your body where two bones meet and you can bend,
Joint
500
A light, smooth material made by an insect called silkworm.
Silk
500
Looking strong and as if you are good at sports.
Athletic
500
Often telling other people what to do in a way that annoys them.
Bossy
500
Sad and angry because someone you love seems to love someone else or because someone has something that you want.
Jealous
500
One of two organs that take air into your body.
Lung
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