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animal one of a large group of living things that can move around by themselves to find food. Animals eat plants, funguses, or other animals. Birds, reptiles, fish, amphibians, mammals, insects, snails, and worms are some of the major kinds of animals. [1/2 definitions]
asylum a place for the care of those who are not able to care for themselves, such as children without parents, people with mental illness, or the very old. [1/3 definitions]
bed an area of ground used for planting, or the plants themselves. [1/5 definitions]
buffet2 a meal at which people help themselves to food laid out on a large table or buffet. [1/2 definitions]
cocoon a covering made by young insects and some other arthropods to protect themselves while they change from a pupa into an adult. Some spiders make cocoons to hide their eggs.
correspondence the writing of letters, or the letters themselves. [1/2 definitions]
home a place where people who cannot take care of themselves live and are cared for. [1/9 definitions]
order a request for goods to be made or delivered, or the goods themselves. [1/10 definitions]
polyp a small water animal with a soft body and a mouth surrounded by tentacles. Polyps attach themselves to rocks or other underwater objects. Corals, sea anemones, and jellyfish spend part of their lives as polyps and part of their lives floating freely.
self-service relating to a business in which customers serve themselves.
skunk a small mammal with black and white fur and a bushy tail. Skunks defend themselves with a spray that smells very bad. They are active at night, when they hunt rodents, insects, and eggs. Several kinds of skunks live in North and South America. They are related to badgers, otters, and other kinds of weasels. [1/2 definitions]
tick2 a small animal that is related to the spider. Ticks attach themselves to people and other animals and suck their blood. Ticks are known to spread disease.