Daimios- (in 19th
century Japan) wealthy landowners.
        2.       Pet- a
domestic or tamed animal.
        3.       Cushion- a bag of cloth stuffed with a mass of soft material, used
as a comfortable support for sitting or leaning on.
        4.       Crape- a
lightweight fabric of silk, cotton, or other fiber
        5.       Snug
comfortable, warm, and cosy
        6.       Tidbits- a small piece of tasty food.
        7.       Chopsticks- each of a pair of small, thin, tapered sticks of wood,
ivory, or plastic, held together in one hand and used as eating utensils
especially by the Chinese and the Japanese
        8.      Treated- behave towards or deal with in a certain way.
        9.       a being with a soul.-like a human child  (showing emotion)
        10.   Hoe- a long-handled
gardening tool with a thin metal blade, used mainly for weeding.
        11.    Spade- a
tool with a sharp-edged, typically rectangular, metal blade and a long
handle, used for digging or cutting earth, sand, turf, etc.
        12.    O Tento Sama- The sun
        13.    Harming-  have an adverse
effect on
        14.    Heron- a
large fish-eating wading bird with long legs, a long S-shaped neck, and a
long pointed bill.
        15.    Sod-  the surface of the ground, with the grass
growing on it.
        16.    on purpose-Intentionally
        17.    paws-  an animal’s foot having claws and pads
        18.   motioning- a movement of the hand or head
        19.    Whining- To utter a low, usually nasal, complaining cry or sound.
        20.   to and fro- in a constant movement backwards and forwards or from side
to side
        21.    Scratching. – Score or mark the surface of (something) with a sharp or
pointed object.
        22.   Buried- put or hide underground
        23.   Struck- hit forcibly and deliberately with one’s hand or a weapon.
        24.   gleamed-shone/glittered
        25.   feast- a
large meal, typically a celebratory one
        26.   plentifully- more than adequate quality 
        27.   Petted- stroke or pat (an animal) affectionately.
        28.   Wicked- evil or morally wrong. 
        29.   Sensitive- having or displaying a quick and delicate appreciation of
others’ feelings.
        30.   Scolded- rebuke (someone) angrily.
        31.    coaxed-persuaded; enticed
        32.   dainties- tasty
        33.   Treasure- a quantity of precious metals, gems, or other valuable
Dragged- pull (someone or something) along
forcefully, roughly, or with difficulty.
to paw- feel or scrape with a paw or hoof.
Scratch- mark the surface of (something) with a
sharp or pointed object.
        38.   crone-
old woman (old man’s wife)
Furious- extremely angry.
Chopping off- to cut or sever with a quick  , heavy
blow or a series of blows, using an ax, hatchet, etc.
flung- threw
Heaped- put (objects or a loose substance) in
a heap.
carcass- dead
Mourning- the expression of sorrow for someone’s
Tombs- a large vault, typically an
underground one, for burying the dead.
Grave- a hole dug in the ground to receive a
coffin or dead body, typically marked by a stone or mound.
Incense- a gum, spice, or other substance that
is burned for the sweet smell it produces.
mortar- a cup-shaped receptacle in which
ingredients are crushed or ground, used in cooking
        49.   Mill-grind
(something) in a mill.
Trunk- the main woody stem of a tree as
distinct from its branches and roots.
  1. Labour- work, especially
    physical work.
  1.       Chisel- cut or shape (something) with a chisel.
  1.       Scraped- drag or pull a hard or sharp implement across (a surface
    or object) so as to remove dirt or other matter.
  1.       Hollow- having a hole or empty space inside.
  1.        Pounding: crushing; grinding
  1.       Mass- a large amount of something
  1.       Dough- a thick, malleable mixture of flour
    and liquid, used for baking into bread or pastry.
58.   Blows- a sudden, hard stroke.
      59.   Heap an untidy collection of objects placed haphazardly on top of each other.
       60.   Envious- feeling or showing envy.
        61.    Peeped- look quickly and furtively at something, especially through a narrow opening.
        62.   Hag- a witch.
        63.   Dripping- The act or sound of something falling in drops.
        64.   Stingy mean; ungenerous.
        65.   Foul- having a disgusting smell or taste or being dirty.
        66.   Chopped- cut (something) into pieces with repeated sharp blows of an axe or knife.
        67.   Sprinkle- a small quantity or amount of something scattered over an object or surface.
      68. Withered- bare and dry
      69. Miserable- wretchedly unhappy or uncomfortable.
      70. Edge- the outside limit of an object, area, or surface.
      71. Blaze- a very large or fiercely burning fire.
      72. Pile- a heap of things laid or lying one on top of another.
      73. Humbly- meekly.
      74. Covetous- greedy.
      75. Turned up their noses-treated him with contempt.
      76. Scolded- rebuke (someone) angrily.
      77. Favourite- preferred to all others of the same kind.
      78. Pinch- grip something tightly and sharply between finger and thumb.
      79. Sprouted- (of a plant, flower, or hair) start to grow
        80. Blooms- produce flowers; be in flower.
        81. Perfumed- naturally having or producing a sweet, pleasant smell.
        82. Approached- come near or nearer to (someone or something) in distance or time.
        83. Wayside- the edge of a road.
        84. Custom- a traditional and widely accepted way of behaving or doing something
         85. train: Procession
        86. Impertinence lack of respect; rudeness.
        87. Prostrate- Lying on the ground face downward.
        88. Kneeled- be in or assume a position in which the body is supported by a knee or the knees,
        89. Palanquin: royal van/cart
        90. Scattered- throw in various random directions.
        91. Pretended- not genuine; assumed.
        92. Delighted- feeling or showing great pleasure.
        93. Robes- a long, loose outer garment reaching to the ankles.
        94. Castle- a large building, typically of the medieval period,   fortified against attack with thick walls, battlements, towers, and often a moat.
        95. Gleefully: happily
        96. Handful- a quantity that fills the hand.
        97. Particle-even a little bit
        98. Choking- have severe difficulty in breathing
        99. Pomp- ceremony and splendid display.
        100.  Dignity- the state or quality of being worthy of honour or respect.
        101. Dragged- pull (someone or something) along                   forcefully, roughly, or with difficulty.
        102. Tumbled- fall suddenly, clumsily, or headlong.
        103. Ditch- a narrow channel dug at the side of a road                 or field, to hold or carry away water.
        104. green: (here)healthy, active and prosperous