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a. Syn. nude; bare
bare and pure; completely unclothed


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ad.
by name; by particular mention; expressly; that is to say


Spelling Word: namely
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n.
a period of time spent sleeping


Spelling Word: nap
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n.
someone who tells a story


Spelling Word: narrator
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a.
very dirty, foul; disgusting; nauseous


Spelling Word: nasty
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a.
being as origin; as found in nature in the elemental form


Spelling Word: native
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n.
feeling of sickness in stomach by an urge to vomit; strong aversion; disgust


Spelling Word: nausea
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a. Syn. maritime
relating to, or adjacent to the sea; relating to marine shipping or navigation


Spelling Word: naval
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a.
wide and deep enough to allow ships to pass through; able to be steered


Spelling Word: navigable
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n.
guidance of ships or airplanes from place to place


Spelling Word: navigation
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a. Syn. tidy; clean
clean or orderly


Spelling Word: neat
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v.
make necessary or indispensable; render unavoidable


Spelling Word: necessitate
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n.
long, thin, sharp implement usually for piercing such as sewing, or knitting


Spelling Word: needle
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a. Syn. poor; indigent
poor; indigent; being in need; impoverished


Spelling Word: needy
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v. Syn. nullify; deny
cancel out; make ineffective or invalid; deny


Spelling Word: negate
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n.
act of denying; assertion of the nonrealistic or untruthfulness of anything


Spelling Word: negation
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a. Syn. adverse; disparaging
adverse; involving disadvantage or harm; pessimistic


Spelling Word: negative
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v. Syn. disregard; ignore
disregard; ignore; pay little or no attention to


Spelling Word: neglect
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n. Syn. neglect
neglect; failure to take reasonable care; state or quality of being negligent


Spelling Word: negligence
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a. Syn. careless; inattentive
careless; inattentive


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a. Syn. insignificant; tiny
so small, trifling, or unimportant that it may be easily disregarded


Spelling Word: negligible
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a.
capable of being negotiated; transferable by assignment or endorsement to another person


Spelling Word: negotiable
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n.
discussion intended to produce an agreement


Spelling Word: negotiation
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a. Syn. agitated; anxious
agitated; anxious


Spelling Word: nervous
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n.
any system of lines or channels crossing like the fabric of a net; complex, interconnected group or system


Spelling Word: network
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a. Syn. impartial
impartial; not supporting one side over another


Spelling Word: neutral
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n.
elementary particle with 0 charge and mass about equal to a proton


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ad.
not the less; notwithstanding; in spite of that; yet


Spelling Word: nevertheless
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n.
coin worth one twentieth of a dollar


Spelling Word: nickel
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n.
dream arousing feelings of intense fear, horror, and distress; event or experience that is intensely distressing


Spelling Word: nightmare
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n.
colorless nonmetallic element, tasteless and odorless, comprising four fifths of the atmosphere by volume


Spelling Word: nitrogen
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n.
quality or state of being noble; superiority of mind or of character; commanding excellence; eminence


Spelling Word: nobility
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a. Syn. vociferous; clamorous
full of loud and nonmusical sounds; clamorous


Spelling Word: noisy
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a.
in name only; insignificantly small


Spelling Word: nominal
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v. Syn. designate; appoint
designate; appoint


Spelling Word: nominate
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n.
act of naming or nominating; designation of a person as a candidate for office


Spelling Word: nomination
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n. Syn. silliness; rubbish
silliness; words or signs having no intelligible meaning


Spelling Word: nonsense
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n. Syn. convention; standard; rule
convention; standard; rule


Spelling Word: norm
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ad. Syn. usually; commonly
usually; as a rule; regularly; according to a rule


Spelling Word: normally
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a. Syn. conspicuous; distinguished
worthy of note or notice; remarkable; important


Spelling Word: notable
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ad. Syn. especially; remarkably; particularly
especially; in a notable manner; remarkably; particularly


Spelling Word: notably
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v.
observe carefully; notice; show; indicate


Spelling Word: note
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v. Syn. declare; publish
make known; give notice to; inform by notice


Spelling Word: notify
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n. Syn. idea; conception
general or universal conception; belief or opinion


Spelling Word: notion
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a. Syn. disreputable; infamous
disreputable; known widely and usually unfavorably; infamous


Spelling Word: notorious
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ad.
nevertheless; in spite of; despite anything to the contrary


Spelling Word: notwithstanding
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n. Syn. naught
nonexistence; nothingness; zero


Spelling Word: nought
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v. Syn. feed; nurture
provide with nourishment; provide with food or other substances necessary for life and growth


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n.
a source of materials to nourish the body


Spelling Word: nourishment
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a. Syn. original; innovative
previously unknown; strikingly new, unusual, or different; young


Spelling Word: novel
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n. Syn. newness; innovation
quality of being novel; newness; something new and unusual


Spelling Word: novelty
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ad. Syn. now; presently
during current time; presently


Spelling Word: nowadays
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ad.
not anywhere; not in any place or state


Spelling Word: nowhere
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a. Syn. atomic
of, relating to, or forming a nucleus of an atom; pertaining to, or using [___] weapons


Spelling Word: nuclear
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n. Syn. hub; core
central or essential part around which other parts are gathered or grouped; core


Spelling Word: nucleus
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n.
something that annoys or gives trouble and vexation; something that is offensive or noxious


Spelling Word: nuisance
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a. Syn. invalid; void; nullified
invalid; void; nullified; having no legal force; invalid


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v.
make invalid; make null; invalidate; counteract force or effectiveness of


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a.
belonging to number; denoting number; consisting in numbers; expressed by numbers, and not letters


Spelling Word: numerical
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a. Syn. many; various
many; various; amounting to a large indefinite number


Spelling Word: numerous
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n.
room for baby; area in a household set apart for the use of children


Spelling Word: nursery
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n.
any of a family of high-strength, resilient synthetic polymers


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n.
any tree or shrub of the genus Quercus; durable wood of any of these trees or shrubs


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n.
long, thin, usually wooden pole with a blade at one end, used to row or steer a boat


Spelling Word: oar
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n. Syn. vow; pledge
solemn promise; commitment to tell the truth


Spelling Word: oath
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a.
subject in will or act to authority; willing to obey; submissive to restraint, control, or command


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v.
be averse to or express disapproval of


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n. Syn. opposition; denial
act of expressing earnest opposition or protest


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a. Syn. fair
not influenced by emotions; having actual existence or reality


Spelling Word: objective
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n. Syn. duty; commitment
act of binding oneself by a social, legal, or moral tie; written promise to repay a debt


Spelling Word: obligation
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v. Syn. force; compel; coerce
force; bind by an obligation; cause to be indebted; do a service or favor for


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v. Syn. delete; erase; abolish
destroy completely; do away with completely so as to leave no trace


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a.
having greater length than breadth, especially when rectangular


Spelling Word: oblong
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v. Syn. darken; hide; block
darken; make dim or indistinct; conceal in obscurity


Spelling Word: obscure
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n.
act or practice of observing or noticing with attention; an act, ceremony, or rite, as of worship or respect


Spelling Word: observance
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v.
be on the watch respecting; pay attention to; notice with care; see; perceive


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n. Syn. obstruction; impediment; hindrance
one that opposes, stands in the way of, or holds up progress


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a. Syn. stubborn
stubbornly adhering to an attitude or opinion; hard to control or treat


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n.
act of obstructing; any structure that makes progress difficult


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v. Syn. acquire; get; procure; derive
get hold of; gain possession of; acquire, in any way


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a. Syn. available
available; capable of being obtained


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a. Syn. evident; apparent
exposed; easily discovered; plain


Spelling Word: obvious
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n. Syn. incident
significant event that occurs at a critical time; opportunity to do something; event or happening


Spelling Word: occasion
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a. Syn. random; incidental
random; occurring from time to time; infrequent


Spelling Word: occasional
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ad. Syn. sometimes; infrequently; irregularly
now and then; from time to time; infrequently; irregularly


Spelling Word: occasionally
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n. Syn. job; vocation; business
act of occupying or taking possession; control of a country by military forces of a foreign power


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v. Syn. inhabit
inhabit; live in a certain place; be present in; be inside of


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v. Syn. happen
take place; be found to exist ; come to one's mind


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n. Syn. incidence; event; happening
an event that happens


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a. Syn. bizarre; strange; unusual
not easily explained; beyond from the usual or expected; not divisible by two


Spelling Word: odd
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a. Syn. odor
any smell, whether fragrant or offensive; scent; perfume


Spelling Word: odour
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n.
act of causing anger, resentment, displeasure, or affront; violation or infraction of moral or social code


Spelling Word: offence
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v.
strike against; attack; assail; make angry; affront


Spelling Word: offend
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a. Syn. attacking; insulting; distasteful
causing anger, displeasure, resentment, or affront


Spelling Word: offensive
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n. Syn. proposal
act of presenting; something, such as a suggestion, proposal, bid, or recommendation


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v.
counterbalance, counteract, or compensate for; balance


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n. Syn. descendant
descendant


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n.
any indication or action regarded as a foreshowing; phenomenon supposed to portend good or evil


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a. Syn. threatening
threatening; foreshadowing evil or tragic developments


Spelling Word: ominous
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n.
act of omitting; neglect or failure to do something required by propriety or duty


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v. Syn. bypass; neglect
leave undone or leave out ; bypass; neglect; fail to include or mention


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n. Syn. start; assault
beginning or early stages; offensive against enemy


Spelling Word: onset
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a. Syn. nontransparent; obscure
impenetrable by light; not transparent; not reflecting light; having no luster


Spelling Word: opaque
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n.
a drama set to music and consists of singing


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a.
having power of acting; exerting force, physical or moral; active in the production of effects


Spelling Word: operative
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n.
notion or conviction founded on probable evidence; belief stronger than impression; favorable estimation


Spelling Word: opinion
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n. Syn. antagonist; adversary
contestant; someone who offers opposition ; adverse; hostile; opposing


Spelling Word: opponent
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a. Syn. timely
timely; just in time; suited or right for a particular purpose


Spelling Word: opportune
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n. Syn. chance; probability
favorable or advantageous circumstance; chance for progress or advancement


Spelling Word: opportunity
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v.
place in front of, or over against; set opposite; exhibit; confront; resist; withstand


Spelling Word: oppose
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n.
two words that express opposing concepts; contrariwise; directly facing each other


Spelling Word: opposite
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n.
condition of being in conflict; act of opposing something


Spelling Word: opposition
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a.
of or relating to or involving light or optics


Spelling Word: optical
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a. Syn. optimum; ideal
most advantageous; optimum; ideal


Spelling Word: optimal
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n.
tendency to expect the best possible outcome; belief that the universe is improving and good will win over evil


Spelling Word: optimism
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a. Syn. hopeful; positive
hopeful; positive; expecting the best in all possible ways


Spelling Word: optimistic
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a. Syn. best
most favorable or advantageous


Spelling Word: optimum
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n. Syn. alternative; choice; selection
act of choosing; power or freedom to choose


Spelling Word: option
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not obligatory; left to choice; not compulsory or automatic


Spelling Word: optional
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a. Syn. spoken; unwritten
spoken; unwritten; relating to the mouth


Spelling Word: oral
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n. Syn. path; circle
path; circle; move in an orbit; encircle


Spelling Word: orbit
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n. Syn. garden
garden; area of land devoted to the cultivation of fruit or nut trees


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n. Syn. band
band


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a.
conformed to order; in order; regular; well-regulated


Spelling Word: orderly
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n. Syn. mineral
mineral that contains metal that is valuable enough to be mined


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n.
natural part or structure in animal or plant, capable of performing some special action


Spelling Word: organ
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a.
simple and healthful and close to nature


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n.
living being; system considered analogous in structure or function to a living body


Spelling Word: organism
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v. Syn. direct; guide; lead
focus toward; determine position with reference to another point; locate to face the east


Spelling Word: orient
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a.
of or relating to the countries of the orient or their peoples or cultures; eastern


Spelling Word: oriental
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n. Syn. direction
act of finding oneself position; position or alignment relative to points of directions; course introducing new situation


Spelling Word: orientation
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n.
the first existence or beginning of anything; birth; fountain


Spelling Word: origin
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a. Syn. first; primary
not second hand; not copied or translated from something else


Spelling Word: original
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n. Syn. novelty; creativity
novelty; creativity; capacity to act or think independently


Spelling Word: originality
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v. Syn. initiate; invent; begin
initiate; invent; bring into being; create


Spelling Word: originate
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n. Syn. decoration; adornment
decoration; something used to beautify


Spelling Word: ornament
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a. Syn. decorative; embellishing
decorative; any plant grown for its beauty or [___] value


Spelling Word: ornamental
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n.
unit of weight equal to one sixteenth of a pound


Spelling Word: ounce
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n. Syn. beginning; eruption; explosion
beginning; eruption; explosion


Spelling Word: outbreak
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n. Syn. result; effect
result; end or consequence; result of a random trial


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ad.
out of house; out of doors


Spelling Word: outdoors
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a. Syn. utmost
far most; utmost; outmost; most distant from the center or inside


Spelling Word: outermost
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a. Syn. strange; bizarre
unconventional; strikingly unfamiliar; located far from civilized areas


Spelling Word: outlandish
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n.
person excluded from the benefit of the law, or deprived of its protection; fugitive from the law; habitual criminal


Spelling Word: outlaw
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n. Syn. channel
an opening that permits escape or release; activity that releases creative energy or emotion


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n.
line that appears to bound an object; shape of an object or figure; summary of a written work or speech


Spelling Word: outline
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n. Syn. viewpoint; standpoint
prospect; view; belief about the future ; act of looking out


Spelling Word: outlook
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n. Syn. production; product
act or process of producing; production; amount produced during a certain time


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n. Syn. atrocity; barbarity
act of extreme violence or viciousness; offense


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n. Syn. violent; atrocious
of the nature of an outrage; exceeding the limits of right, reason


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ad. Syn. altogether; entirely
altogether; entirely; without reservation or exception


Spelling Word: outright
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n.
beginning; start; origin; time at which something is supposed to begin


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a.
distinguished from others in excellence


Spelling Word: outstanding
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a. Syn. elliptic
elliptic; rounded like an egg


Spelling Word: oval
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a. Syn. general; comprehensive
general; comprehensive; from one end to the other; including everything


Spelling Word: overall
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a.
covered or obscured, as with clouds or mist; gloomy; melancholy


Spelling Word: overcast
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n. Syn. overprice
overprice; a price that is too high


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v. Syn. defeat
defeat another in competition or conflict; conquer; prevail over


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v.
make too high an estimate of


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v.
flow over; cover with, or as with, water or other fluid; spread over; flow over the brim of


Spelling Word: overflow
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v.
hear more of anything than was intended to be heard; hear again


Spelling Word: overhear
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n.
representation of common ground between two things; extend over and cover a part of


Spelling Word: overlap
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a.
covering with a design in which one element covers a part of another


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v.
place too much a load on


Spelling Word: overload
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v. Syn. ignore; disregard
ignore; disregard; fail to notice ; watch over


Spelling Word: overlook
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ad.
beyond or across the sea; abroad


Spelling Word: overseas
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n. Syn. omission; inattention
unintentional omission or mistake; watchful care or management; supervision


Spelling Word: oversight
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v.
come up with in a course, pursuit, progress, or motion; catch up with; come upon from behind; capture; overcome


Spelling Word: overtake
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v.
throw over; overturn; upset; turn upside down; cause to fall or to fail


Spelling Word: overthrow
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n.
beyond the regular time


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v.
defeat; cover completely or make imperceptible; overcome by superior force ; charge someone with too many tasks


Spelling Word: overwhelm
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a.
overpowering in effect or strength; very great or intense; extreme


Spelling Word: overwhelming
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v.
be in debt; be obliged to pay or repay


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n.
any species of raptorial birds of the family Strigidae


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a.
belonging to oneself or itself; not foreign; domestic


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n.
having and controlling property


Spelling Word: ownership
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n.
any compound of oxygen with another element; a binary chemical compound of oxygen


Spelling Word: oxide
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n.
a nonmetallic bivalent element that is normally a colorless odorless tasteless nonflammable diatomic gas


Spelling Word: oxygen
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n.
marine mollusks having a rough irregular shell


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