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The question below refers to the selection “Digging.” Which words from the poem best alliterate with the word squat? a. pen / rests c. rump / bends b. nicking / neatly d. scatter / squelch
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User: The question below refers to the selection “Digging.” Which words from the poem best alliterate with the word squat? a. pen / rests c. rump / bends b. nicking / neatly d. scatter / squelch

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scatter / squelch best alliterate with the word squat.
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