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Things driftwood often describes (“driftwood ________”)
logs, sand, fires

Descriptive words:
much, dry, human, more, scattered, old, bleached, enough, little, white, mere, gray, heavy, siberian, gnarled, only, wet, twisted, abundant, weathered, tangled, polished, dead, considerable, strange, grey, fresh, literary, whitened, smooth, rotten, submerged, soaked, sufficient, damp, charred, sodden, stranded, interesting, rough, ancient, decayed, precious, dark, less, silvered, useless, soft, worn, tough, pretty, fossil, light, and, beautiful, plenty, pale, salty, giant, plentiful, flat, petrified, sunken, dried, splintered, silvery, soggy, innumerable, lighter, rotted, hoarded, ponderous, dated, phosphorescent, curved, brown, coalified, nondescript, sunbleached, brittle, logged, entangled, broken, nearby, gather


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