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speak [Esc]  n. decoration; something used to beautify

Spelling Word: ornament
speak [Esc]  n. the sudden or violent start of something unwelcome, such as war, disease; eruption; explosion

Spelling Word: outbreak
speak [Esc]  v. live longer than; survive or last beyond

Spelling Word: outlive
speak [Esc]  n. a military post stationed at a distance from the main body of troops; a station in a remote or sparsely populated location

Spelling Word: outpost
speak [Esc]  n. the act of reaching out; the extent or length of reaching out

Spelling Word: outreach
speak [Esc]  ad. altogether; entirely; without reservation or exception

Spelling Word: outright
speak [Esc]  v. do something to an excessive degree

Spelling Word: overdo
speak [Esc]  n. bridge formed by the upper level of a crossing of two highways at different levels

Spelling Word: overpass
speak [Esc]  v. pay too much; pay in excess of what is due

Spelling Word: overpay
speak [Esc]  n. too much production or more than expected

Spelling Word: overproduction
speak [Esc]  v. make too high an estimate of

Spelling Word: overrate
speak [Esc]  v. throw over; overturn; upset; turn upside down; cause to fall or to fail

Spelling Word: overthrow
speak [Esc]  n. the property of excessive fatness

Spelling Word: overweight
speak [Esc]  n. the expulsion of an ovum from the ovary, usually midway in the menstrual cycle

Spelling Word: ovulation
speak [Esc]  n. elaborate exhibition devised for the entertainment; show, spectacle, or display

Spelling Word: pageant
speak [Esc]  n. brochure; leaflet; a small book usually having a paper cover

Spelling Word: pamphlet
speak [Esc]  n. a sharp spasm of pain; a mental pain or distress; a sudden sharp feeling

Spelling Word: pang
speak [Esc]  a. narrow in outlook; related to local church community

Spelling Word: parochial
speak [Esc]  a. belonging to or inherited from one's father; related on the father's side

Spelling Word: paternal
speak [Esc]  v. act as a patron to; support or sponsor

Spelling Word: patronize
speak [Esc]  a. disposed to peace or of a peaceful nature; not disturbed by strife or turmoil or war

Spelling Word: peaceable
speak [Esc]  n. one of a class of agricultural laborers; a country person

Spelling Word: peasant
speak [Esc]  n. danger; risk; hazard; jeopardy; exposure of person or property to injury, loss, or destruction

Spelling Word: peril
speak [Esc]  n. the property of being perpetual, seemingly ceaseless

Spelling Word: perpetuity
speak [Esc]  a. full of difficulty or confusion or bewilderment

Spelling Word: perplexed
speak [Esc]  n. endurance; steady persistence in adhering to a course of action

Spelling Word: perseverance
speak [Esc]  n. process of the sweat glands of skin secreting a salty fluid

Spelling Word: perspiration
speak [Esc]  v. belong; have connection with, or dependence on

Spelling Word: pertain
speak [Esc]  a. short and having a small, trim figure, of a woman; very small

Spelling Word: petite
speak [Esc]  n. any distinct time period in a sequence of events; stage

Spelling Word: phase
speak [Esc]  n. voluntary promotion of human welfare

Spelling Word: philanthropy
speak [Esc]  a. likely but not certain to be or become true or real

Spelling Word: plausible
speak [Esc]  n. someone who writes plays

Spelling Word: playwright
speak [Esc]  n. capability of existing or happening or being true; a future prospect or potential

Spelling Word: possibility
speak [Esc]  a. lacking power; without ability, influence, or power

Spelling Word: powerless
speak [Esc]  ad. virtually; actually; for all practical purpose

Spelling Word: practically
speak [Esc]  v. come before in order or position; go in front or ahead of

Spelling Word: precede
speak [Esc]  ad. in a precise manner; just as it should be; indicating exactness or preciseness

Spelling Word: precisely
speak [Esc]  a. most frequent or common; having superior power and influence

Spelling Word: predominant
speak [Esc]  a. widespread; widely or commonly occurring, existing, accepted

Spelling Word: prevalent
speak [Esc]  n. an introductory textbook; the first or preliminary coat of paint or size applied to a surface

Spelling Word: primer
speak [Esc]  a. belonging to an early stage; simple or naive in style; primeval

Spelling Word: primitive
speak [Esc]  n. preceding in time, importance, or urgency

Spelling Word: priority
speak [Esc]  n. hardship; state of extreme poverty

Spelling Word: privation
speak [Esc]  n. putting off or delaying or defering an action to a later time; slowness as a consequence of not getting around to it

Spelling Word: procrastination
speak [Esc]  a. inclined to waste resources or behave extravagantly; wildly immoral

Spelling Word: profligate
speak [Esc]  a. deep; not superficial; far-reaching

Spelling Word: profound
speak [Esc]  n. plan suggested for acceptance; a matter to be dealt with; subject for discussion or analysis

Spelling Word: proposition
speak [Esc]  a. successful; thriving; having or characterized by financial success or good fortune

Spelling Word: prosperous
speak [Esc]  v. increase in volume; be shown or be found to be; demonstrate by a mathematical, formal proof

Spelling Word: prove
speak [Esc]  a. relating to a province; limited in outlook; unsophisticated

Spelling Word: provincial
speak [Esc]  n. science that deals with mental processes and behavior

Spelling Word: psychology
speak [Esc]  n. state of being public; information to attract public notice

Spelling Word: publicity
speak [Esc]  n. a straight sword with a narrow blade and two edges

Spelling Word: rapier
speak [Esc]  ad. in a rowdy manner; with a raucous sound

Spelling Word: raucously
speak [Esc]  ad. easily; quickly; in a prompt, timely manner; promptly

Spelling Word: readily
speak [Esc]  n. a puzzle where you decode a message consisting of pictures representing syllables and words

Spelling Word: rebus
speak [Esc]  n. a relation of mutual dependence or action or influence; mutual exchange of commercial or other privileges

Spelling Word: reciprocity
speak [Esc]  v. set right; correct by calculation or adjustment

Spelling Word: rectify
speak [Esc]  v. reappear; happen or occur again

Spelling Word: recur
speak [Esc]  n. act of referring or consulting; remark that calls attention to something or someone

Spelling Word: reference
speak [Esc]  v. deem to be; connect closely and often incriminatingly; look at attentively

Spelling Word: regard