free from legal, social, or political restrictions; liberated.
A nickname for residents of Ohio, named after the buckeye tree. The Buckeye is also the mascot of Ohio State University.
A type of cabbage that is a staple of Southern cuisine.
a worker who supervises and directs other workers.
a relatively abundant gemstone
Crystals of hydrated magnesium sulfate used medicinally, often to soothe sore muscles.
A fictional radioactive element that makes the superhero Superman weak and unable to use his powers.
A slang contraction of "am/are not" or "has/have not," part of African-American vernacular English (AAVE).
Another word for a fire hydrant.
A brand of corn starch commonly used as a thickener in foods such as gravy, stew, and pie.
A neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens
Jacqueline's elementary school. Public elementary schools in New York City are generally named P.S. followed by a number.
A place of worship used by Jehovah's Witnesses.
A heavy metal that was once added to paints. In the late 19th century, it was discovered that lead is toxic, causing problems in the nervous system.
A small bird found in North America.
Puerto Rican rice and beans.
Puerto Rican fried plantains.
A traditional pastry dish similar to a tamale made in several Latin American countries.
a style of Dominican music and dance.
Change smoothly and gradually.