[Esc] (1) unusual; not typical; not normal E.g. Fujitsu, Toshiba, HP and Lenovo all insist that their designs are sufficiently different to Dell and Apple, that there is no [___] risk of fire.
[Esc] (2) stop; terminate before completion; terminate a pregnancy E.g. However, most women say that the decision to [___] is a difficult one.
[Esc] (3) theoretical; not concrete; not applied or practical; difficult to understand E.g. To him, hunger was an [___] concept; he had never missed a meal.
[Esc] (4) travel with; be associated with E.g. But the night being wet and inclement, Mr. Rochester did not [___] them.
[Esc] (5) sour; water-soluble compounds having a sour taste; quality of being sarcastic, bitter, or scornful E.g. There is a barrage of [___] comments in today's newspapers.
[Esc] (6) sufficient; enough to meet a purpose E.g. England missed key players through injury, lacked [___] preparation and was unable to match Australia's skill.
[Esc] (7) speak, plead, or argue in favour of; plead for; push for something E.g. The some doctors [___] a smoking ban in the entire house.
[Esc] (8) solitary; by oneself E.g. Alice cried with a sudden burst of tears, 'I do wish they WOULD put their heads down! I am so VERY tired of being all [___] here!'
[Esc] (9) similarity in some respects; comparison based on similarity E.g. This [___] is almost always noted without further comment, although in fact it may be taken further.
[Esc] (10) song of praise or patriotism; song of devotion or loyalty E.g. Let us now all join in singing the national [___].
[Esc] (11) social science that studies origins and social relationships of human beings E.g. The strength of [___] is its diversity of approach and perspective, unified by a common theme: the study of human variation and adaptability.
[Esc] (12) something expected; pleasurable expectation; wishing with confidence E.g. Please hold your breath in [___] of that event.
[Esc] (13) act of putting a person into a non-elective position; arrangement E.g. Mr. Straw’s [___] as Foreign Secretary has triggered speculation in London about the Prime Minister’s motives for the change.
[Esc] (14) official approbation; endorsement; act of approving E.g. First, Ehrlich knows it would be extremely unlikely to win [___] from the Democratic-dominated General Assembly.
[Esc] (15) tank or pool or bowl filled with water for keeping live fish and underwater animals E.g. This is the world's largest [___] with 8 million gallons of fresh and marine water and more than 100000 animals representing 500 species from around the globe.
[Esc] (16) one who designs and supervises the construction of buildings or other large structures E.g. Simon Conder, a British [___], is responsible for this beautiful conversion of a group of farm.
[Esc] (17) suppose; presume; take on; bear E.g. He looked at me long and hard: I turned my eyes from him, fixed them on the fire, and tried to [___] and maintain a quiet.
[Esc] (18) something taken for accepted as true without proof; taking over or taking possession of E.g. The young princess made the foolish [___] that the regent would not object to power.
[Esc] (19) solidify; guarantee; convince E.g. I know it, and I don't wish to palliate them, I [___] you.
[Esc] (20) sports man; one who contended for prize in public games E.g. Our goal is to help the [___] get the best performance.
[Esc] (21) action of trying at something E.g. I also want to claim that this [___] is a romantic one.
[Esc] (22) a group of people within hearing; crowd seeing a stage performance E.g. You should have a clear idea about who your [___] is and how you can exploit your product to them through the correct platform.
[Esc] (23) shield away from; prevent E.g. If you are the press secretary to the President of the United States, the main thing to [___] is becoming the story yourself.
[Esc] (24) unmarried men; the first or lowest academic degree conferred by universities and colleges E.g. A soon-to-be-married man's friends throw him the ultimate [___] party.
[Esc] (25) sound made by a dog; harsh sound uttered by a dog E.g. She set off at once, and ran till she was quite tired and out of breath, and till the puppy's [___] sounded quite faint in the distance.
[Esc] (26) vessel; large cylindrical container E.g. With the oil price soaring above thirty dollars a [___] and the pumps going nearly at full capacity, Gulf Arab coffers are overflowing with unforeseen wealth.
[Esc] (27) support; sustain; carry; have; yield; give birth; hold up or support E.g. They studied the ways in which the relativity theory can [___] on the history of science.
[Esc] (28) whip; strike; defeat; hit repeatedly E.g. Speak roughly to your little boy; And [___] him when he sneezes; He only does it to annoy; Because he knows it teases.
[Esc] (29) represent; advantage, benefit, interest of someone E.g. And I'm going to work to assure that that voice that is heard on their [___] is a roar and not a whisper.
[Esc] (30) shut eyes briefly; wink E.g. The TV announcer never seems to [___].
[Esc] (31) reproductive organ of plants, especially one having showy or colorful parts E.g. The locust-trees were in bloom and the fragrance of the [___] filled the air.
[Esc] (32) tied; held; committed; limit; constraint; leap; jump E.g. Supreme Court ended a term [___] to affect our lives in significant ways in the months ahead.
[Esc] (33) one that is not yet fully developed; sprout E.g. The first thing to be thought of is to pluck the disease in its [___], which is best done by injections.
[Esc] (34) rounded part of a cylindrical structure; electric lamp consisting of a glass ball E.g. The light [___] hasn't changed a whole lot in its 120 years -- the original design was just that good.
[Esc] (35) small room on a ship or boat where people sleep E.g. British Airways says passengers reported a slight smell of petrol in the [___] of BA flight 003 bound for New York.
[Esc] (36) revoke; call off; omit or delete E.g. The meeting in Addis Ababa has heard Chinese promises to [___] debts and increase Chinese investments in Africa.
[Esc] (37) supply what is needed or desired; provide food professionally for special occasion E.g. The chef was happy to [___] to the tastes of his highly sophisticated clientele.
[Esc] (38) stop; terminate; put an end to; discontinue E.g. We must not only [___] from the acts of sin, but we must get the vicious habits and inclinations weakened and destroyed.
[Esc] (39) talk without exchanging too much information; informal conversation E.g. Inviting others into the [___] is as simple as sending them a human-readable URL, and nobody has to sign up or answer an invitation email.
[Esc] (40) stop motion; curb or restrain E.g. "Young man," she said, "you'd better [___] your temper.".
[Esc] (41) thorough physical examination E.g. Answer the following questions and we'll provide you with a personalized [___] checklist that you can take to your doctor.
[Esc] (42) situation; condition; detail accompanying or surrounding an event E.g. Her heart is broken, but then a change in [___] forces them to be together every day.
[Esc] (43) sentence; phrase; distinct article, stipulation, or provision in a document E.g. Congress insisted on an exclusion [___] for seventeen-year-olds.
[Esc] (44) hold fast or adhere to something; stick together and resist separation; remain emotionally E.g. Boys [___] to the rope to keep from falling.
[Esc] (45) small section of filmed or filed material E.g. Phil's job at Fox Sports involved selecting the most important [___] of the day's sporting highlights for later broadcast.
[Esc] (46) tutor; teacher; a vehicle carrying many passengers E.g. When the players and [___] arrive back later today they'll be greeted as national heroes in the stadium where the first modern Olympics were held.
[Esc] (47) two or more things occurring at the same time by chance E.g. Was it just a [___] that John and she had chanced to meet at the market, or was he deliberately trying to seek her out?
[Esc] (48) special group delegated to consider some matter E.g. He was director of the central bank's monetary policy [___] which sets Brazil's interest rates.
[Esc] (49) society; a group of people living in the same locality and under the same government E.g. Where governments manage public life, human freedom in [___] is compromised.
[Esc] (50) something given or received as payment as for a service or loss or injury E.g. There are an estimated 86000 survivors around the world and almost half of them could be eligible for payments from the [___] fund.
[Esc] (51) struggle; rivalry; act of competing as for profit or a prize E.g. There she's against tough [___] such as Meryl Streep but this award will give her extra momentum towards what's undoubtedly the bigger prize in movies.
[Esc] (52) thorough; including all or everything; broad in scope E.g. Mr. Skubel has since completed what he describes as a [___] two-week training program and is now setting up his franchise in his hometown.
[Esc] (53) something formed in the mind; thought or notion E.g. The local chain [___] is simple: identify your customer, cater to their tastes and once successful, expand within a neighborhood.
[Esc] (54) mode or state of being; fitness; existing circumstances E.g. The Organization Man survives as a modern classic because it captures a permanent part of our social [___].
[Esc] (55) support or establish the certainty or validity of; verify E.g. In the aftermath of Saturday's mass poisoning, the authorities imposed a virtual news blackout, refusing even to [___] how many people had died.
[Esc] (56) favoring traditional views and values; tending to oppose change E.g. It's still far from clear whether he can persuade his more [___] colleagues in the regime to support the process.
[Esc] (57) thoughtful; marked by consideration or reflection; deliberate E.g. I thanked her for her [___] choice, and as I really felt fatigued with my long journey, expressed my readiness to retire.
[Esc] (58) seek advice or information of; take into account; consider E.g. I will [___] with our friends, but it's going to be what's in the interests of our country first and foremost.
[Esc] (59) volume; something contained; material, including text and images E.g. The brain is hungry not for method but for [___], especially the latter which contains generalizations that are powerful, precise, and explicit.
[Esc] (60) state of being suitable E.g. The popularity of [___] foods means that many people no longer eat enough fresh produce.
[Esc] (61) social or moral custom; formal meeting of members, representatives, or delegates; agreement between states E.g. Moreover, following this [___] is our friend's normal behavior when in such a mood.
[Esc] (62) work or act together toward a common end or purpose E.g. The best way to get Pakistan to [___] is to find the reasons why it is so keen to retain influence in Afghanistan and try to meet its concerns.
[Esc] (63) something made by people; vessel E.g. Space [___] is a vessel to travel out air.
[Esc] (64) smash; collision; falling down or in pieces with a loud noise of breaking parts E.g. She heard a little shriek and a fall, and a [___] of broken glass.
[Esc] (65) urgently needed; absolutely necessary; essential; acute; crucial; decisive E.g. He says the international community has reached what he calls a [___] time in the overall effort to bring stability to Afghanistan.
[Esc] (66) press between opposing bodies so as to break or injure; extract or obtain by pressing or squeezing E.g. There's particular concern over reports of human rights abuses, committed by the Indonesian security forces in Aceh as they try to [___] the separatist movement there.
[Esc] (67) three-dimensional shape with six square or rectangular sides; cubicle, used for work or study E.g. Luckily, my [___] is in the corner so no one noticed!
[Esc] (68) stream; flow; up-to-date; present E.g. The [___] was so swift, and then I got into the dead water and landed on the side towards the Illinois shore.
[Esc] (69) soft pillow or pad usually used for sitting, reclining, or kneeling E.g. I knelt down by him; I turned his face from the [___] to me; I kissed his cheek; I smoothed his hair with my hand.
[Esc] (70) tradition; practice followed by people of a particular group or region E.g. John had a book in his hand - it was his unsocial [___] to read at meals - he closed it, and looked up.
[Esc] (71) move suddenly and rapidly E.g. Your eyes take them in, then [___] away to something else.
[Esc] (72) time each morning at which daylight first begins; beginning; start E.g. When I again unclosed my eyes, a loud bell was ringing; day had not yet begun to [___], and a rush light or two burned in the room.
[Esc] (73) remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up E.g. A full year after the earthquake in Mexico City, they were still carting away the [___].
[Esc] (74) suitable; modest.; honorable; meeting accepted standards E.g. I wandered the theatre – an old one from the thirties - kept in [___] repair by those that love movies.
[Esc] (75) state clearly; make known formally or officially E.g. A distinct and near voice said, "The marriage cannot go on: I [___] the existence of an impediment."
[Esc] (76) scarcity; lack or shortage, especially of something essential to health E.g. It has been demonstrated that a blood protein [___] is the cause of this inherited illness.
[Esc] (77) show clearly and deliberately; manifest; confirm; prove E.g. After a series of drug scandals, this was Major League Baseball's chance to [___] its determination to crack down on the cheats.
[Esc] (78) thick; crowded closely together; compact E.g. It's mountainous country, just a few kilometers from the border with Serbia; [___] woodland surrounds the site.
[Esc] (79) take off; leave; set out E.g. I too have some to see and ask after in England, before I [___] for ever.
[Esc] (80) money given as a guarantee or security E.g. In the meantime, she could keep the $400,000 in a secure investment such as a term [___] or money market fund.
[Esc] (81) worthwhile; worth doing or achieving; advisable E.g. A number of other factors coincide to make a June election [___] for the government.
[Esc] (82) ultimate goal; place to which one is going or directed E.g. It's an ageing coaster and reportedly in poor condition, but even so, it should have got back to Benin - its declared [___] - by now.
[Esc] (83) technique or means; instrument; machine used to perform one or more relatively simple tasks E.g. Anti-gravity [___] could change air travel.
[Esc] (84) emitting only a small amount of light; lacking in brightness E.g. Night vision declines as well; therefore, trying to read labels in [___] lighting may lead to errors.
[Esc] (85) relating to diplomacy; marked by tact and sensitivity in dealing with others E.g. Well, the secretary of state's trip to Canada is putting a brand new spin on the term [___] relations.
[Esc] (86) trait of being well behaved ; act of punishing ; system of rules of conduct or method of practice E.g. Here in the heart of conservative Texas, young criminals, murderers are forced to confront military style [___].
[Esc] (87) strong feelings of dislike; offend the taste or moral sense of E.g. “I was surprised," said Stillman, who yelled in [___] from the penalty box.
[Esc] (88) stop considering; end employment or service of; discharge; refuse to accept or recognize E.g. Believing in John's love for her, she can [___] the notion that he might be unfaithful.
[Esc] (89) upset; throw into confusion or disorder E.g. There's been some suggestion the cyclone could [___] oil tanker traffic in the Strait of Hormuz, the narrow waterway between the Arabian Peninsula and Iran.
[Esc] (90) upset; bother; trouble emotionally or mentally; put out of order; disarrange E.g. He has vowed to challenge government warnings not to [___] the country's stability and continue his political work.
[Esc] (91) the shorter of two telegraphic signals used in Morse code; very small circular shape E.g. Financial markets haven't seen anything like this since the [___] com boom of the late 1990s, which was followed by an equally dramatic crash.
[Esc] (92) rough outline; draw up an outline; sketch E.g. Now governments are re-writing the EU's governing treaty and the [___] version is considered by the EU's leaders in Brussels.
[Esc] (93) striking; sensational in appearance or thrilling in effect E.g. The technique could lead to a [___] increase in the worldwide stocks of blood available for transfusion.
[Esc] (94) very unpleasant; distasteful or shocking E.g. 'No, no! The adventures first,' said the Gryphon in an impatient tone: 'explanations take such a [___] time.'
[Esc] (95) lacking responsiveness or alertness; intellectually weak or obtuse E.g. It seemed quite [___] and stupid for life to go on in the common way.
[Esc] (96) sell at artificially low prices; throw away as refuse E.g. Critics argue they encourage Europe’s farmers to [___] produce on world markets.
[Esc] (97) one that corresponds exactly to another, especially an original; identical copy; facsimile E.g. And now, sir, to reward you for the accurate guess, I will promise to paint you a careful and faithful [___] of this picture.
[Esc] (98) special attention or effort directed toward something; stress E.g. They also said that there was too much [___] placed on protecting the liberty of individuals at the expense of broader social justice.
[Esc] (99) stress; underscore; utter or pronounce with a particular stress of voice E.g. The only reason to note this is to [___] that Indians were a special case created by the peculiar history of the United States.
[Esc] (100) very great in size, extent, number, or degrees; huge; massive E.g. An [___] puppy was looking down at her with large round eyes, and feebly stretching out one paw, trying to touch her.
[Esc] (101) union of parts in a whole; a coordinated outfit or costume; a coordinated set of furniture E.g. It's hard to tell what color the Second Lady's [___] is due to the lighting, but we're calling it a deep purple.
[Esc] (102) having the same quantity, measure, or value as another; identical E.g. By combining their weight, China and Russia are making it clear: they have a voice of [___] importance to the United States.
[Esc] (103) ultimately; in the final result or issue; in the end E.g. Some believe California's move will shame other states and [___] the federal government into action on the matter.
[Esc] (104) substitute; trade in; give in return for something received E.g. It's demanding fuel oil and an end to sanctions in [___] for a nuclear freeze.
[Esc] (105) show, make visible or apparent E.g. The Metropolitan Museum plans to [___] Goya's works this month.
[Esc] (106) specialized knowledge; expert skill E.g. Although she was knowledgeable in a number of fields, she was hired for her particular [___] in computer programming.
[Esc] (107) tending or serving to sudden outburst; sudden and loud E.g. Edmonton police found what they describe as [___] devices in the car and on one of the suspects.
[Esc] (108) service, space, and equipment provided for a particular purpose E.g. Reports say that three police officers guarding an oil [___] were killed but no hostages were taken.
[Esc] (109) lacking vigor, force, or effectiveness; faint; frail E.g. General Anderson, who is in [___] health, has been superseded in command of the Federal forces in Kentucky by General Sherman.
[Esc] (110) strain; pass liquid or gas through device that blocks some matter by particular criterion E.g. This [___] is able to detect invalid clicks in real-time, with the goal of removing them before they ever show up in the AdWords console.
[Esc] (111) sudden outburst of emotion; glare; shine; shine with sudden light E.g. The night sky began to [___] with the massive bombardment.
[Esc] (112) transient; brief; temporary; passing quickly E.g. Sometimes, for a [___] moment, I thought I caught a glance, heard a tone, beheld a form, which announced the realization of my dream.
[Esc] (113) workplace where metal is worked by heating and hammering E.g. All the metal parts will be made in their [___].
[Esc] (114) segment; fragment; a small proportion of E.g. To add insult to injury, this whole island is a duty-free zone and cigarettes cost a [___] of the heavily-taxed tobacco in the rest of Norway.
[Esc] (115) scent; aroma; distinctive odor that is pleasant E.g. It was full of the [___] of new bread and the warmth of a generous fire.
[Esc] (116) transport commercially as cargo; load with goods; goods carried by a large vehicle E.g. Lots of closing of retail stores and factories only means more declines in [___] demand.
[Esc] (117) union; act of melting together by heat E.g. True, the energy released in [___] is less than using He-3, but is magnitude cheaper and faster.
[Esc] (118) trash; worthless or nonsensical matter; food wastes E.g. So many better candidates and this [___] is what you picked?
[Esc] (119) toothed machine part, such as a wheel or cylinder, to transmit motion or to change speed or direction E.g. We are getting word that the nose [___] has been lowered, but the main one is not down.
[Esc] (120) worldwide; international; having the shape of a globe E.g. President Putin has said that Russia has not yet decided whether to ratify the Kyoto Protocol, the treaty aimed at reducing [___] warming.
[Esc] (121) rumor; malicious report about other people; light informal conversation for social occasions E.g. Every Italian chat show, [___] column, and newspaper, is full of the speculation of where the Hollywood couple will marry.
[Esc] (122) large and impressive in size, scope, or extent E.g. Alice had no idea what Latitude was, or Longitude either, but thought they were nice [___] words to say.
[Esc] (123) represented by graph; described in vivid detail; clearly outlined E.g. Read the story, then enlarge the title [___] to see what its about.
[Esc] (124) seriousness; solemn and dignified feeling; natural force between two massive bodies E.g. We could tell we were in serious trouble from the [___] of the principal's expression.
[Esc] (125) unrelenting; rigid; dismal and gloomy; cold and forbidding E.g. Robert held her gaze for a long time, his expression [___] and slightly troubled.