1 A room with something interesting to see through the window: a room with a _____.
3 Too much talk and other activity about a very unimportant matter: a lot of _____.
5 The twins are both 16, but one is tall. The _____ is quite short.
8 A: Is Los Angeles in Texas, B?
B: Don't _____ me! I have no idea!
9 A line of carriages or trucks, pulled along a railway by a locomotive.
10 To tell someone that you understand you might say: "I _____."
12 To move something by giving it a very small push: to _____ it forwards, perhaps.
14 Your loved ones: people who are _____ and dear to you.
15 When you know you can predict an event correctly you might say: "_____my words".
1 A democratic way of expressing opinion, for or against.
2 If it has been raining all night long it is probably very _____ outside.
4 To be bad-tempered with everyone because something happened that you didn't like.
5 The opposite of "occasionally", or of "only now and then".
6 To collect precious things like jewels, coins, gold but never use them: to _____ them.
7 When a target can be hit by an arrow, bullet or some other missile, it is within _____.
10 Before cooking to remove the covering of a dead rabbit for example: to _____ it.
11 A large container of liquids, from a few litres to many thousands of litres.
13 Any of these: diamonds, rubies, sapphires, emeralds: _____ -stones.
by David Foulds