Vocabulary:Ordinary- not special; very common; something regular or very usualFleece - (noun) a fabric with a soft silky pile; used for warmth(verb)- to deprive of money or belongings by fraud; swindleShepherd - (noun)a person who protects, guides, or watches over a person or group of people.(verb ) - to watch over carefully.Pasture - (noun) an area covered with grass or other plants used or suitable for thegrazing of livestock; grassland.a specific area or piece of such ground.grass or other plants for feeding livestock(verb) to feed (livestock) by putting them out to graze on pasture.(of land) to furnish with pasture.(of livestock) to graze upon.Bored – (verb) to pierce (a solid substance) with some rotary cutting instrument. To make (a hole) by drilling with such an instrument.To form, make, or construct (a tunnel, mine, well, passage, etc.) byhollowing out, cutting through, or removing a core of material: to bore atunnel through the Alps; to bore an oil well 3000 feet deep.Machinery .Obey - to comply with or follow the commands, restrictions, wishes, orinstructions of: to obey one's parents;to be obedient: to agree to obey.Search – (verb) to go or look through (a place, area, etc.) carefully in order to find something missing or lost. to explore or examine in order to discoverto inquire, investigate, examine, or seek; conduct an examination or investigation.Wander -(verb)to ramble without a definite purpose or objective; roam, rove, or stray.To go aimlessly, indirectly, or casually; meander; to travel about, on, or through:
light, downy particles, as of cotton.a soft, light, downy mas verb to make into fluff; shake or puff out (feathers, hair, etc.) into a fluffy mass (often followed by up ) secretadjectivedone, made, or conducted without the knowledge of others.Kept from the knowledge of any but the initiated or privileged.Secluded, sheltered, or withdrawn nounsomething that is or is kept secret, hidden, or concealed.A mystery. A reason or explanation not immediately or generally apparent.