Three Letter Verbs and Adjectives
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Birds are said to dap when they strike the water.
It is a contraction of the phrase "do on", as in "to do on a hat". Attitudes can also be donned.
Also, to add content to stored audio or video.
As in, 'to eke out a living.'
One who gads is a gadabout.
Usually spoken as a command to a load-pulling beast.
By repeated blows, as with an axe.
Often used by oppressive governments.
As in, 'to lag in one's studies.'
Also means loose, not tight.
Also, as slang, a clumsy, doltish person.
In a broader sense, to damage.
Mostly used to indicate a woman's name before marriage.
In a fixed location, pivot from right to left or left to right. From panorama.
Softens and separates the fibers in order to produce textiles.
Also, to disperse something abstract, such as a concept.
Also, to eat or drink in small amounts.
By using minerals - alum and salt.
Sometimes used with, 'pitch' to indicate movement of a ship.
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