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speak [Esc]  v. crouch or curl up ; mass; heap; crowd or draw together


Spelling Word: huddle
speak [Esc]  a. low or inferior in station or quality; modest


Spelling Word: humble
speak [Esc]  v. kindle; cause to start burning; set fire to


Spelling Word: ignite
speak [Esc]  n. lack of knowledge or education


Spelling Word: ignorance
speak [Esc]  n. one who comes to a country where they were not born in order to settle there; non-native


Spelling Word: immigrant
speak [Esc]  a. resistant to; free or exempt from; not subject to


Spelling Word: immune
speak [Esc]  n. protection; exemption from normal legal duties


Spelling Word: immunity
speak [Esc]  a. without money; poor; penniless


Spelling Word: impecunious
speak [Esc]  v. hinder; charge with improper conduct; challenge validity of; try to discredit


Spelling Word: impede
speak [Esc]  a. unshakably calm; placid; incapable of being disturbed or disconcerted


Spelling Word: imperturbable
speak [Esc]  v. beg for urgently; make an earnest appeal


Spelling Word: implore
speak [Esc]  v. demand; force; compel to behave in a certain way


Spelling Word: impose
speak [Esc]  a. making a strong or vivid impression; producing a strong effect


Spelling Word: impressive
speak [Esc]  a. not fitting; lacking in harmony or compatibility


Spelling Word: incongruous
speak [Esc]  a. unconquerable; incapable of being overcome


Spelling Word: indomitable
speak [Esc]  a. diligent; hard-working; busy and laborious


Spelling Word: industrious
speak [Esc]  a. lacking of judgment, sense, or reason; unsuited; inappropriate; foolish


Spelling Word: inept
speak [Esc]  n. moral corruption or contamination; invasion of body which can lead to tissue damage and disease


Spelling Word: infection
speak [Esc]  n. weakness; bodily ailment or weakness, especially one brought on by old age


Spelling Word: infirmity
speak [Esc]  v. expand; fill with air or gas; increase the amount or availability of


Spelling Word: inflate
speak [Esc]  v. live in; occupy; reside in


Spelling Word: inhabit
speak [Esc]  v. restrain; prevent or forbid; hold back


Spelling Word: inhibit
speak [Esc]  v. set up; connect or set in position and prepare for use


Spelling Word: install
speak [Esc]  v. explain or tell the meaning of; translate orally; decipher


Spelling Word: interpret
speak [Esc]  a. valuable under estimation; inestimable; priceless


Spelling Word: invaluable
speak [Esc]  a. unevenly cut; having the texture of something so cut; having a rough quality


Spelling Word: jagged
speak [Esc]  n. exposure to death, loss, or injury; hazard; risk of loss or injury


Spelling Word: jeopardy
speak [Esc]  n. sudden jerking, as from a heavy blow; sudden, strong feeling of surprise or disappointment


Spelling Word: jolt
speak [Esc]  v. come into rough contact with while moving; make one's way by pushing or elbowing


Spelling Word: jostle
speak [Esc]  v. adjust the spaces between words; show to be reasonable; explain, clear away


Spelling Word: justify
speak [Esc]  v. grieve; express sorrow; regret deeply


Spelling Word: lament
speak [Esc]  n. weapon, consisting of long handle and steel blade or head; spear carried by horsemen, often decorated with small flag


Spelling Word: lance
speak [Esc]  n. slide of a large mass of dirt and rock down a mountain or cliff; overwhelming electoral victory


Spelling Word: landslide
speak [Esc]  n. any of the short hairs fringing the edge of the eyelid


Spelling Word: lash
speak [Esc]  n. freedom from normal restraints; angular distance north or south of the earth's equator


Spelling Word: latitude
speak [Esc]  n. teaching by giving a discourse on some subject; speech that is open to the public


Spelling Word: lecture
speak [Esc]  a. unhurried; slow; taking abundant time


Spelling Word: leisurely
speak [Esc]  n. mildness; quality of mercy or forgiveness, especially in the assignment of punishment as in a court case


Spelling Word: leniency
speak [Esc]  v. be slow in leaving; continue or persist; stay


Spelling Word: linger
speak [Esc]  a. high, tall, having great height; idealistic, implying over-optimism


Spelling Word: lofty
speak [Esc]  n. reasoned and reasonable judgment; a system of reasoning


Spelling Word: logic
speak [Esc]  n. an imaginary great circle on the surface of the earth passing through the north and south poles


Spelling Word: longitude
speak [Esc]  v. appear or take shape, usually in enlarged or distorted form


Spelling Word: loom
speak [Esc]  n. act of plundering; plunder; booty, especially, the boot taken in a conquered or sacked city


Spelling Word: loot
speak [Esc]  n. moment of calm; a period of calm weather; temporary quiet and rest


Spelling Word: lull
speak [Esc]  a. shining; emitting light, especially emitting self-generated light


Spelling Word: luminous
speak [Esc]  v. make products by hand or machinery; make from raw materials


Spelling Word: manufacture
speak [Esc]  a. of, found in, or produced by the sea; naval


Spelling Word: marine
speak [Esc]  n. wonder; strong surprise; astonishment


Spelling Word: marvel
speak [Esc]  a. enormous; colossal; consisting of great mass; containing a great quantity of matter


Spelling Word: massive
speak [Esc]  v. develop and reach maturity; grow old or older


Spelling Word: mature
speak [Esc]  a. being nothing more than what is specified; considered apart from anything else; small; slight


Spelling Word: mere
speak [Esc]  n. great unhappiness; extreme pain of body or mind


Spelling Word: misery
speak [Esc]  n. unfortunate accident; bad luck


Spelling Word: mishap
speak [Esc]  n. lack of trust or confidence


Spelling Word: mistrust
speak [Esc]  v. alter; make partial or minor changes to


Spelling Word: modify
speak [Esc]  n. wetness caused by water


Spelling Word: moisture
speak [Esc]  n. king; sole and absolute ruler; sovereign, such as a king or empress


Spelling Word: monarch
speak [Esc]  a. boring; dull; tediously repetitious or lacking in variety


Spelling Word: monotonous
speak [Esc]  n. dark-colored person generally; broad area of open land, often high but poorly drained


Spelling Word: moor
speak [Esc]  n. a little bite or bit of food; a small quantity; a little piece; a fragment


Spelling Word: morsel
speak [Esc]  n. legend; fable; a traditional story accepted as history


Spelling Word: myth