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beaver1 a large rodent, up to four feet long, with thick brown fur and a wide flat tail. Beavers use their long front teeth to cut down trees for food and to build dams and lodges (beaver houses). They use the dams to keep water around their lodges. Beavers live in North America, Europe, and Asia.
birdhouse something constructed by humans as a place for a bird to build its nest. A birdhouse often looks like a small, simple house.
construct to build; put together.
dam1 to build a dam on, in, or across; to block with a dam. [1/2 definitions]
engineering the study and practice of using scientific and mathematical knowledge to do practical things. Knowledge of engineering is needed to design and build roads, bridges, tools, and machines.
erect to build from the ground up. [1/4 definitions]
feed to build up; support; add to the strength of. [1/5 definitions]
footing a firm base on which one can stand, build, or grow. [1/3 definitions]
form to make, build, or create. [1/8 definitions]
frame the build of a person's body; form. [1/5 definitions]
gather to slowly collect or build up. [1/5 definitions]
hornet a large, stinging insect that is a kind of wasp. Hornets live together in groups called colonies. They build large, round nests from a material that looks like paper.
kindle1 to build or start (a fire). [1/3 definitions]
muskrat a North American rodent that lives in and near water. Muskrats are about one foot long with brown fur and a long tail. They make burrows in the banks of streams or build reed huts in marshes and ponds.
nest to build or live in a nest and rear young. [1/5 definitions]
nutria a small mammal with thick brown fur and a long thin tail. Nutrias are rodents closely related to guinea pigs and porcupines. They build burrows near wet areas such as swamps. Nutrias used to only live in South America, but they have spread to much of the United States and Europe.
raise to build. [1/8 definitions]
rebuild to build again; repair.
stocky thick, sturdy, and often short in build or form; stout.
timber trees that are used as wood to build houses and buildings. [1/4 definitions]