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Well, verbs are action words, not describing words for the most part, but Santa does all of these things:

Pilots his sleigh

Reads his lists

Whistles to his team

Flies in his sleigh

Makes toys


Wishes everyone Merry Christmas

Watches to see if kids are asleep

Gives gifts

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