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By its context within the passage, you can most reasonably assume that a pullet is a A. pellet of chicken feed. B. bird other than a chicken. C. young chicken. D. rooster.
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User: By its context within the passage, you can most reasonably assume that a pullet is a A. pellet of chicken feed. B. bird other than a chicken. C. young chicken. D. rooster.

Weegy: By its context within the passage, you can most reasonably assume that a pullet is - - A. YOUNG CHICKEN.
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User: You can often tell what a word means by its _______ in a sentence. A. context B. placement C. order D. spelling

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