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n. Syn. step
single movement from one foot to the other in walking; slow gait; step


Spelling Word: pace
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n.
pact or bundle made up and prepared to be carried; a number of similar things; a full set of playing cards


Spelling Word: pack
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n.
putting something into boxes


Spelling Word: packaging
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n.
soft or small cushion; a kind of cushion for writing upon, or for blotting


Spelling Word: pad
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n. Syn. drawing
drawing; picture or design in paint; action of applying paint to a surface


Spelling Word: painting
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n. Syn. couple
two people or things considered as a unit; two items of the same kind; couple


Spelling Word: pair
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a.
not ruddy; dusky white; pallid; not bright or brilliant


Spelling Word: pale
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n.
inner surface of the hand between bases of fingers and wrist; tropical evergreen trees of the family Palmae


Spelling Word: palm
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n.
brochure; leaflet; a small book usually having a paper cover


Spelling Word: pamphlet
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v. Syn. criticize
criticize harshly; wash in pan; cook in pan


Spelling Word: pan
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n.
framed section of window or door that is filled with a sheet of glass or others; panel in a wall or door


Spelling Word: pane
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n. Syn. board
a group of people gathered for a special purpose; small board or pad


Spelling Word: panel
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n. Syn. alarm; fear
sudden mass fear and anxiety


Spelling Word: panic
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v.
complete view in every direction.


Spelling Word: panorama
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a.
related to unobstructed and comprehensive view; with a wide view


Spelling Word: panoramic
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v.
breathe quickly or in a labored manner; respire with heaving of the breast; sigh


Spelling Word: pant
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n.
apartment or closet in which bread and other provisions are kept


Spelling Word: pantry
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n. Syn. trousers; underwear
trousers; underwear; garment extending from waist to knee or ankle


Spelling Word: pants
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n.
amount or level considered to be average; standard; equality of status, level, or value


Spelling Word: par
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n.
rescue equipment consisting of a device that fills with air and retards your fall


Spelling Word: parachute
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n. Syn. march; procession
march in a procession; ceremonial procession; visible display


Spelling Word: parade
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n.
garden of Eden; any place of complete delight and peace


Spelling Word: paradise
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n.
distinct division of written or printed matter that begins on a new, usually indented line


Spelling Word: paragraph
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n. Syn. similarity; analogy
make or place something to another's side; of or relating to multiple operations at same time; not intersecting


Spelling Word: parallel
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v. Syn. paralyze
make unable to move or act; impair the progress or functioning of


Spelling Word: paralyse
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n.
characteristic or feature that distinguishes something from others


Spelling Word: parameter
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n.
animal or plant living on another


Spelling Word: parasite
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n.
discussion; formal conference on public affairs; general council, especially an assembly of representatives of a nation


Spelling Word: parliament
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a. Syn. incomplete; fragmentary; sectional
incomplete; fragmentary; favoring one person or side over another or others


Spelling Word: partial
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n.
people who take part in


Spelling Word: participant
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v.
take part in something; share in something


Spelling Word: participate
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n. Syn. speck; grain
a tiny piece of anything


Spelling Word: particle
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v. Syn. divide
divide into parts, pieces, or sections


Spelling Word: partition
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n.
person who is a member of a partnership; associate who works with others toward a common goal


Spelling Word: partner
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n. Syn. ardor; fervor
strong feeling or emotion ; fervor


Spelling Word: passion
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a. Syn. ardent; zealous; enthusiastic
zealous; enthusiastic; filled with or motivated by zeal


Spelling Word: passionate
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a. Syn. compliant; inactive
lacking in energy or will; peacefully resistant in response to injustice


Spelling Word: passive
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n.
legal document identifying the bearer as citizen of a country and allowing to travel abroad


Spelling Word: passport
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n.
something which amuses, and serves to make time pass agreeably; sport; amusement


Spelling Word: pastime
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n. Syn. field; meadow
field covered with grass; meadow


Spelling Word: pasture
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n. Syn. expanse; piece
a piece of cloth; small area of ground covered by specific vegetation


Spelling Word: patch
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a. Syn. obvious; apparent
open for the public to read; obvious; plain


Spelling Word: patent
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n. Syn. orbit; roadway
way; footway; course or track; route; passage


Spelling Word: path
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a. Syn. touching; pathetic; pitiful
causing sadness, compassion, or pity


Spelling Word: pathetic
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n.
one who loves and defends his or her country


Spelling Word: patriot
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a.
inspired by love for one's country


Spelling Word: patriotic
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n.
love of country; devotion to welfare of one's country; virtues and actions of patriot


Spelling Word: patriotism
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n. Syn. guard; watch
activity of going on an area at regular intervals for security purposes


Spelling Word: patrol
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n. Syn. benefactor
benefactor; regular customer


Spelling Word: patron
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n. Syn. sponsorship; support
sponsorship; support; state of being a sponsor


Spelling Word: patronage
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v. Syn. coat; cover
coat; cover


Spelling Word: pave
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n.
floor or covering of solid material, laid so as to make hard and convenient surface for travel


Spelling Word: pavement
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n.
something given as security for loan; pledge or guaranty; article deposited as security


Spelling Word: pawn
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n.
small tree in Prunus persica widely cultivated at temperate regions, having pink flowers and edible fruit


Spelling Word: peach
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n.
summit; apex; maximum; prime


Spelling Word: peak
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n.
small smooth rounded rock


Spelling Word: pebble
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v. Syn. pick
pick; hit lightly with a picking motion; eat like a bird


Spelling Word: peck
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a. Syn. special; characteristic
special; characteristic; unusual; odd; bizarre


Spelling Word: peculiar
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n. Syn. eccentricity; oddness
eccentricity; oddness; an odd or unusual characteristic; private ownership; proprietorship


Spelling Word: peculiarity
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n.
foot-operated lever used for actuating or controlling a mechanism


Spelling Word: pedal
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a. Syn. dull
lacking wit or imagination; ordinary


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v.
come off in flakes or thin small pieces; strip the skin off; get undressed


Spelling Word: peel
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v. Syn. gaze; stare
gaze; stare; look searchingly; company with


Spelling Word: peer
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n. Syn. punishment; fine
punishment established by law or authority for a crime or offense; fine


Spelling Word: penalty
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a. Syn. impending; imminent
not yet decided or settled; awaiting conclusion or confirmation


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v. Syn. pierce; permeate
pierce; go through; permeate


Spelling Word: penetrate
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n.
act or process of penetrating, piercing, or entering


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n. Syn. payment; tribute
something paid or given; payment to a person in consideration of past services


Spelling Word: pension
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v. Syn. sense; detect
become aware of through the senses; detect


Spelling Word: perceive
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n.
out of each hundred; per hundred; one part in a hundred


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n. Syn. understanding; feeling; sense
understanding; feeling; effect or product of perceiving


Spelling Word: perception
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n.
a place high up; an elevated place serving as a seat


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a. Syn. flawless; ideal
completed; not defective nor redundant; having all the properties or qualities; without flaw, fault, or blemish; without error


Spelling Word: perfect
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n. Syn. flawlessness; excellence
flawlessness; excellence; state of being without flaw or defect


Spelling Word: perfection
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v. Syn. handle; execute
carry through; bring to completion; achieve; accomplish; execute


Spelling Word: perform
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n. Syn. execution; show; presentataion
act of performing; dramatic or musical entertainment; process or manner


Spelling Word: performance
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n. Syn. entertainer; actor
entertainer; who performs or takes part in a play or performance of any kind


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n. Syn. scent; aroma; fragrance
pleasing, agreeable scent or odor


Spelling Word: perfume
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n. Syn. danger; risk; hazard; jeopardy
danger; risk; hazard; jeopardy; exposure of person or property to injury, loss, or destruction


Spelling Word: peril
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n. Syn. edge; periphery
outer boundary length; closed curve bounding a plane area


Spelling Word: perimeter
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n.
duration, continuance, term; end of something


Spelling Word: period
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a. Syn. repeated; recurrent
repeated; recurring at intervals of time


Spelling Word: periodic
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n.
publication that appears at fixed intervals


Spelling Word: periodical
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a. Syn. marginal; outer
located in outer boundary; unimportant; auxiliary


Spelling Word: peripheral
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v.
be destroyed; pass away; become nothing


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a. Syn. everlasting; perpetual
remaining without essential change


Spelling Word: permanent
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n. Syn. consent; approbation
consent; approval to do something


Spelling Word: permission
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a. Syn. approving; tolerant
approving; tolerant; granting; not strict in discipline


Spelling Word: permissive
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v. Syn. allow
consent to; give permission


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a. Syn. vertical; upright
vertical; upright; intersecting at or forming right angles; extremely steep


Spelling Word: perpendicular
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a. Syn. continual
everlasting; continuing without interruption


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v.
baffle; confuse


Spelling Word: perplex
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v.
pursue in a manner to injure, grieve, or afflict; beset with cruelty or malignity; harass; annoy


Spelling Word: persecute
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n.
act of persecuting on the basis of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or beliefs that differ from those of the persecutor


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n. Syn. endurance; persistence
endurance; steady persistence in adhering to a course of action


Spelling Word: perseverance
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v.
endure; be persistent, refuse to stop


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v. Syn. continue; insist; persevere
continue; insist; persevere


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n. Syn. endurance; tenacity
endurance; tenacity; state or quality of being persistent; persistency


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a.
particular to a given individual; concerning or affecting a particular person


Spelling Word: personal
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n. Syn. character
complex of all the attributes of a person; totality of qualities and traits of a person


Spelling Word: personality
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n. Syn. staff; employees
group of people willing to obey orders


Spelling Word: personnel
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n. Syn. viewpoint; view
appearance of things; view, outlook, or vista


Spelling Word: perspective
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v. Syn. convince
advise; counsel; urge the acceptance or practice of; convince


Spelling Word: persuade
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v.
belong; have connection with, or dependence on


Spelling Word: pertain
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a. Syn. relevant
having precise or logical relevance; pertaining or relating


Spelling Word: pertinent
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v.
disturb greatly; make uneasy or anxious; throw into great confusion


Spelling Word: perturb
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v.
read or examine, typically with great care


Spelling Word: peruse
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n. Syn. nuisance
persistently annoying person; organism that injures livestock or crops


Spelling Word: pest
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n.
animal kept for amusement or companionship


Spelling Word: pet
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n. Syn. plea; request
plea; formal message requesting something


Spelling Word: petition
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n.
dark oil consisting mainly of hydrocarbons


Spelling Word: petroleum
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a. Syn. trivial; unimportant
trivial; of small importance; very small


Spelling Word: petty
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n. Syn. stage; moment
any distinct time period in a sequence of events; stage


Spelling Word: phase
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n.
appearance; anything visible, in matter or spirit; extraordinary or very remarkable person, thing, or occurrence


Spelling Word: phenomenon
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n.
body of highest truth; investigation of nature, causes, or principles of reality, knowledge, or values, based on logical reasoning


Spelling Word: philosophy
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n.
branch of acoustics concerned with speech processes including its production and perception and acoustic analysis


Spelling Word: phonetics
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n.
picture or likeness obtained by photography


Spelling Word: photograph
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n.
brief expression, sometimes a single word, but usually two or more words forming an expression


Spelling Word: phrase
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a.
relating to the body as distinguished from the mind or spirit


Spelling Word: physical
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n.
person skilled in physic, or the art of healing; one duty authorized to treat diseases; doctor of medicine


Spelling Word: physician
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n.
stringed instrument that is played by depressing keys


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v. Syn. choose; select
remove something with the fingers, or with the teeth; separate as choice or desirable


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v.
eat in the open air; have informal meal eaten outside or on an excursion


Spelling Word: picnic
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a. Syn. scenic; beautiful
scenic; striking or interesting in an unusual way


Spelling Word: picturesque
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n.
landing place; platform built out from shore into water and supported by piles; provides access to ships


Spelling Word: pier
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n. Syn. coloring; dye
substance used as coloring; dry coloring matter


Spelling Word: pigment
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n.
large timber or post; heap; hair; fiber of wool, cotton; head of an arrow or spear


Spelling Word: pile
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n.
traveler; one who travels far, or in strange lands, to visit some holy place or shrine as a devotee


Spelling Word: pilgrim
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n.
a dose of medicine in the form of a small pellet; something that is unpleasant or offensive


Spelling Word: pill
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n.
column; post


Spelling Word: pillar
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n.
a cushion to support the head of a sleeping person


Spelling Word: pillow
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n.
one who guides a course of action for others; one who operates or is licensed to operate an aircraft in flight


Spelling Word: pilot
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n.
a piece of wood, metal, generally cylindrical, used for fastening separate articles together


Spelling Word: pin
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v. Syn. clutch; squeeze
clutch; squeeze between the thumb and a finger, the jaws of a tool, or other edges


Spelling Word: pinch
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v. Syn. yearn
have desire for something or someone; yearn; grieve or mourn for


Spelling Word: pine
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n.
large sweet fleshy tropical fruit with a terminal tuft of stiff leaves


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n.
originator; explorer


Spelling Word: pioneer
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a. Syn. initial; original
initial; groundbreaking; originating; serving to pioneer


Spelling Word: pioneering
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a. Syn. devout; religious
devout; religious; exhibiting strict, traditional sense of virtue and morality


Spelling Word: pious
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n.
robber on seas; one who by open violence takes the property of another on seas


Spelling Word: pirate
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n.
the smallest firearm used, intended to be fired from one hand


Spelling Word: pistol
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n.
sliding piece which either is moved by, or moves against; mechanical device that has a plunging or thrusting motion


Spelling Word: piston
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v.
confront; set into opposition or rivalry


Spelling Word: pit
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n.
action or manner of throwing something


Spelling Word: pitch
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n.
container for liquids, having a handle and a lip or spout for pouring; player who throws the ball from the mound to the batter


Spelling Word: pitcher
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n.
epidemic disease with a high death rate; annoyance


Spelling Word: plague
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n. Syn. plateau; prairie
without elevations or depressions; flat; smooth; not rich; simple; without beauty; not handsome


Spelling Word: plain
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n.
flat or level surface; level of development, existence, or achievement


Spelling Word: plane
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n.
celestial bodies that revolve around the sun


Spelling Word: planet
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n. Syn. farm
farm; an area under cultivation; a group of cultivated trees or plants


Spelling Word: plantation
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n.
cover conspicuously, as by pasting something on; adhesive tape used in dressing wounds; a hardened surface as on a wall or ceiling


Spelling Word: plaster
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a.
capable of being molded; capable of being shaped or formed; easily influenced


Spelling Word: plastic
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n. Syn. covering; plane
flat piece of metal; thick sheet of metal; small, usually circular, vessel of metal or wood for food table


Spelling Word: plate
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n. Syn. highland; upland
highland; upland; relatively flat highland


Spelling Word: plateau
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n. Syn. stage
stage; a raised horizontal surface


Spelling Word: platform
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n.
someone who writes plays


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n.
request for help; excuse or pretext


Spelling Word: plea
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v.
appeal or request earnestly; enter a plea; offer as an excuse


Spelling Word: plead
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n.
agreeable sensations or emotions; excitement, relish, or happiness produced by the expectation or the enjoyment of something good, delightful, or satisfying


Spelling Word: pleasure
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n. Syn. oath; guarantee
promise solemnly and formally; binding commitment to do something


Spelling Word: pledge
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n. Syn. predicament
condition or state, especially a bad state or condition


Spelling Word: plight
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n.
small extent of ground; secret scheme or strategy


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v.
break and turn over earth especially with a plow; move with force


Spelling Word: plough
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v.
pull or draw, especially, to pull with sudden force or effort, or to pull off or out from something


Spelling Word: pluck
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n.
something, such as a cork or a wad of cloth, used to fill a hole tightly; stopper


Spelling Word: plug
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a. Syn. vertical
checking perpendicularity; exactly vertical


Spelling Word: plumb
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n.
craftsman who installs and repairs pipes and fixtures and appliances


Spelling Word: plumber
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n.
feather, especially soft, downy, long, or handsome feather; an ornamental tuft of feathers; token of honor or achievement


Spelling Word: plume
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a. Syn. chubby; fat
sound of a sudden heavy fall; well-rounded and full in form


Spelling Word: plump
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v.
take goods of by force, or without right; spoil; sack; strip; rob


Spelling Word: plunder
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v. Syn. dive; submerge
dive; submerge; become suddenly lower; decrease dramatically; throw oneself into a substance or place


Spelling Word: plunge
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a.
involving advantage or good; on the positive side or higher end of a scale


Spelling Word: plus
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v.
bend; lay on closely, or in folds; work upon steadily, or with repeated acts; press upon


Spelling Word: ply
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n.
inflammation of the lungs


Spelling Word: pneumonia
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v.
push at, as with a finger or an arm; search or look curiously; proceed in slow or lazy manner; thrust forward


Spelling Word: poke
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a.
pertaining to one of the poles of the earth; of the poles


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n.
a long rod; one of two divergent or mutually exclusive opinions


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n.
settled method of government to administer; system of public or official administration


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v. Syn. shine; burnish
remove flaws from; perfect or complete


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n.
profession devoted to governing and political affairs; study of government of states and other political units


Spelling Word: politics
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n. Syn. voting; survey
voting; survey; number of votes cast or recorded


Spelling Word: poll
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v. Syn. contaminate; defile; profane
make impure; make unfit for or harmful to living things, especially by the addition of waste matter


Spelling Word: pollute
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n. Syn. contamination
contamination; undesirable state of the natural environment being contaminated


Spelling Word: pollution
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v.
weigh; weigh in the mind; view with deliberation; examine carefully; consider attentively


Spelling Word: ponder
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n.
small horse; small glass of beer; word for word translation of a foreign language text


Spelling Word: pony
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n.
small kernels of corn exploded by heat


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a. Syn. favorite
of common people; suitable to common people; easy to be comprehended; not abstruse; familiar; plain


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n.
quality of being widely admired or accepted or sought after


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n.
ceramic ware made of a more or less translucent ceramic


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n.
covered and enclosed entrance to building; covered passage


Spelling Word: porch
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v. Syn. scrutinize; ponder
gaze intently; stare; scrutinize; read or study carefully and attentively


Spelling Word: pore
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n. Syn. dock; pier
place on waterway with facilities for loading and unloading ships


Spelling Word: port
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a. Syn. mobile
mobile; easily or conveniently transported


Spelling Word: portable
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n. Syn. part; section; segment
section or quantity within a larger thing; a part of a whole


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n. Syn. portraiture; picture
portraiture; picture; likeness of a person, especially one showing the face


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v. Syn. depict; describe; draw
depict; describe; draw


Spelling Word: portray
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v.
pretend to be someone you are not; assume a posture as for artistic purposes


Spelling Word: pose
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a.
involving advantage or good ; greater than zero; very sure; confident


Spelling Word: positive
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v. Syn. have; own
occupy in person; hold or actually have in one's own keeping; have and hold; have the legal title to


Spelling Word: possess
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n. Syn. ownership; belongings; estate
act of having and controlling property; belongings


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v. Syn. publicize; advertise
display announcement in a place of public view; publish on a list


Spelling Word: post
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n.
token that postal fee has been paid; charge for mailing something


Spelling Word: postage
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a.
of or relating to the system for delivering mail


Spelling Word: postal
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n.
card for sending messages by post without an envelope


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n. Syn. descendants; offspring
descendants collectively; the race that proceeds from a progenitor; future generations


Spelling Word: posterity
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v. Syn. delay; defer
hold back to a later time; delay; defer


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n.
essential premise; underlying assumption


Spelling Word: postulate
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n. Syn. kettle; bottle
metallic or earthen vessel for boiling meat or vegetables, for holding liquids, or for plant


Spelling Word: pot
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a. Syn. powerful
powerful; having power to influence or convince; having great control or authority


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a. Syn. possible; latent
existing in possibility; expected to become or be


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n.
inherent capacity for coming into being; an aptitude that may be developed


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n.
domestic fowls reared for eating, or for their eggs or feathers, such as cocks and hens, capons, turkeys, ducks, and geese


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n.
unit of weight equal to 16 ounces


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v.
flow in a spurt; rain heavily; supply in large amounts


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n. Syn. indigence; destitution
lack of money; state of being poor; lack of the means of providing material needs or comforts


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a. Syn. feasible
feasible; capable of being effected, done, or put into practice


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a. Syn. pragmatic; useful
based on experience; useful


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ad. Syn. virtually; actually; almost
virtually; actually; for all practical purpose


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n.
treeless grassy plain; extensive area of flat or rolling


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v. Syn. advocate; sermonize
advocate; speak, plead; argue in favor of


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n. Syn. prevention
prevention; measure taken beforehand; act of foresight


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v. Syn. antecede
come before; antecede


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n.
fact, state, or right of preceding; priority; previous occurrence, or existence before; preceding act or speech


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n. Syn. example; pattern
act or instance that may be used as example in subsequent similar cases


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a. Syn. ahead
ahead; prior to


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a. Syn. valued; valuable
of high worth or cost


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a. Syn. exact; accurate
exact; clearly expressed; accurate or correct


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n. Syn. exactness; accuracy
exactness; accuracy; number of significant digits to which a value has been reliably measured


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n. Syn. forerunner; ancestor
former occupant of post; ancestor or forefather


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v. Syn. forecast; foretell
state, tell about, or make known in advance, especially on the basis of special knowledge


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n. Syn. prophecy; foretelling
something foretold or predicted; prophecy


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a. Syn. principal; dominant; overpowering
most frequent or common; having superior power and influence


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n.
something spoken as introductory to a discourse, or written as introductory to a book or essay


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a. Syn. favored; better; preferred
favored; better; more desirable or worthy than another; preferred


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n. Syn. inclination; attachment; favorite
a strong liking; favorite


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n.
condition of being pregnant; fruitfulness; fertility


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a.
expecting a baby; carrying within the body or being about to produce new life


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n.
opinion formed without due examination; leaning toward one side of a question


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a. Syn. initial; introductory; preparatory
prior to or preparing for the main matter; introductory


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n. Syn. introduction; forerunner
introduction; forerunner; preliminary or preface


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a.
too soon; too early; occurring before a state of readiness


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n.
having or reflecting superior quality or value


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v. Syn. dictate; guide
dictate; guide; advise the use of; assert a right; claim


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a. Syn. set; certain; stated
set down as a rule or guide; certain; stated


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n. Syn. instruction; order
written instructions from doctor; written order; act of establishing official rules, laws, or directions


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n.
state of being present; current existence


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n.
being in existence; something presented as a gift; period of time that is happening now


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n.
show or display; act of presenting something to sight or view


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n. Syn. conservation; protection
conservation; protection


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v. Syn. uphold; retain; maintain
uphold; retain; maintain in safety from injury, peril, or harm


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v.
be set, or to sit, in the place of authority; occupy the place of president, chairman, moderator, director; direct, control, and regulate, as chief officer


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n.
machines or devices that apply pressure or print; collecting and publishing of news; journalism in general


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n. Syn. stress; tension
stress; tension; condition of being pressed


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n. Syn. fame; reputation
impression produced by achievements or reputation; recognized distinction or importance


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ad. Syn. assumedly; supposedly
assumedly; supposedly


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v. Syn. suppose
take for granted as true in absence of proof; venture without authority


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n.
act of giving a false appearance; imaginative intellectual play


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a.
intended to attract notice and impress others; making unjustified claims; overly ambitious


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v. Syn. induce; ; triumph
induce; be greater in strength or influence; triumph; win out


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a. Syn. widespread; predominant
most frequent; widespread; predominant


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a. Syn. widespread
widespread; widely or commonly occurring, existing, accepted


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a.
existing or occurring before something else


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n. Syn. victim
target of a hunt; animal hunted or caught for food


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v.
penetrate or puncture by a sharp and slender thing


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a. Syn. principal; prime; fundamental
of first rank or importance or value; essential or basic


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a. Syn. primary; principal; chief
first in excellence, quality, or value; at the best stage; peak; first in degree or rank; chief


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a. Syn. rudimentary; primeval
belonging to an early stage; simple or naive in style; primeval


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a. Syn. chief; main
highest in rank, authority, character, importance, or degree


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n.
basic truth or law or assumption; rule or law of nature; rule of personal conduct


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a. Syn. former; antecedent; anterior; previous
preceding in the order of time; former; previous


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n. Syn. preference; precedence
preceding in time, importance, or urgency


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n. Syn. seclusion
quality of being secluded from view of others; condition of being hidden


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n.
special advantage or benefit not enjoyed by all; right reserved exclusively


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v. Syn. detect; investigate; search
explore with tools; investigate; search


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a. Syn. doubtful; perplexing
open to doubt; unsettled; questionable; difficult to solve


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n. Syn. progress; process
act or manner of moving forward; act performed; steps taken in an action


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n. Syn. continue; advance
follow a certain course; move ahead; travel onward


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n.
a sequence of steps by which legal judgments are invoked


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n. Syn. revenue
profit, money made from selling something; income arising from land or other property


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n. Syn. progress; advance; procedure
act of proceeding; continued forward movement; a series of actions


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n.
act of proceeding, moving on, advancing, or issuing; regular, orderly, or ceremonious progress; continuous course


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v. Syn. declare; announce
declare; announce


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v.
bring into possession; cause to accrue to, or to come into possession of; cause to come


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v.
bring forward; lead forth; offer to view or notice; exhibit; cause to be or to happen


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a.
having quality or power of producing; yielding or furnishing results; causing to exist


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n.
quality or state of being productive; productiveness.


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n. Syn. vocation; occupation
occupation requiring special education


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a.
engaged in, or suitable for a profession


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n. Syn. skill; expertise
skillfulness in command of fundamentals deriving from practice and familiarity; expertise


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a. Syn. skilled; expert
skilled; expert; having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude


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n.
outline; biographical sketch


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n. Syn. benefit
advantageous gain or return; income received from investments or property


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a. Syn. deep; complete
deep; not superficial; far-reaching


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n. Syn. advance; development; headway; proceed
moving or going forward; proceeding onward; advance


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a. Syn. advancing; incremental
forward-looking; advancing; incremental


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v. Syn. ban; taboo; forbid
ban; taboo; forbid


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a.
tending to discourage; prohibiting; forbidding


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n. Syn. program; plan; scheme
any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted; program; plan; scheme


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n.
plan for anticipated course of action; thing that extends outward beyond a prevailing line or surface


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n.
optical device for projecting a beam of light


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n.
member of working class; blue collar person


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v. Syn. lengthen
make longer; draw out; lengthen


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n. Syn. notability
relative importance; property of being prominent; a standing out from the surface of something


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a. Syn. conspicuous; notable
conspicuous; immediately noticeable; sticking out; widely known


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n. Syn. expectation
declaration assuring that one will or will not do something; indication of something favorable to come


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a. Syn. prospective; hopeful
likely to develop in a desirable manner; affording hope


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v. Syn. publicize; advance
help to flourish; advance in rank; publicize


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v. Syn. cause; remind; ; inspire
move to act; incite; give rise to; assist with a reminder


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a.
inclined; lying face downward; having a tendency


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n. Syn. evidence; demonstration
evidence; demonstration; statement or argument used in such a validation


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n.
organization or plan for spreading a particular doctrine or a system of principles


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v. Syn. multiply; spread
cause something to multiply or breed; cause to extend to broader area or larger number


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v.
drive forward; cause to move forward or onward; push


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n.
machine for propelling an aircraft or boat; one who propels


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a. Syn. right; appropriate
belonging to one; one's own; individual; belonging to natural or essential constitution; peculiar; not common; particular


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n. Syn. asset; estate; charactersitics; attribute
any tangible or intangible possession that is owned by someone


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n. Syn. predictor
one who speaks by divine inspiration or as the interpreter through whom the will of a god is expressed


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n. Syn. amounts; percentage
percentage; quotient obtained when a part is divided by the whole; part considered in relation to the whole


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n.
something proposed; act of making a proposal; an offer of marriage


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v. Syn. advance; suggest
make a proposal, declare a plan for something


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n. Syn. proposal; task
plan suggested for acceptance; a matter to be dealt with; subject for discussion or analysis


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n. Syn. owner
one who has legal title to something; owner


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n.
an unincorporated business owned by a single person who is responsible for its liabilities and entitled to its profits


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n. Syn. essay
essay; ordinary speech or writing; commonplace expression or quality


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v. Syn. sue
seek to obtain or enforce by legal action; carry out or participate in an activity; be involved in


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n.
one who carries out legal action, especially criminal proceedings; one who prosecutes any purpose, plan, or business


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n. Syn. possibility; hope; outlook
possibility of future success; belief about future


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n. Syn. wealth; fortune
good fortune; financial success; physical well-being


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a. Syn. successful; thriving
successful; thriving; having or characterized by financial success or good fortune


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n.
any of a large group of nitrogenous organic compounds that are essential constituents of living cells


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n. Syn. outcry; objection
expression of disagreement and disapproval; complain against


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n.
code of correct conduct ; rules governing socially acceptable behavior; record of transaction


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n. Syn. model; archetype
original work used as a model; original type


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a.
relating to a province; limited in outlook; unsophisticated


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n. Syn. supply
stipulated condition; act of supplying or fitting out; something provided


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a. Syn. tentative; temporary
temporary; provided for present need only


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n. Syn. incitement; aggravation
unfriendly behavior that causes anger or resentment; aggravation


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v. Syn. irritate; cause; evoke
stir to anger; give rise to; stir to action or feeling


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n.
quality or state of being prudent; wisdom in the way of caution and provision; good judgment


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a. Syn. cautious; careful
cautious; careful in regard to one's own interests


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n.
science that deals with mental processes and behavior


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n.
act or process of publishing printed matter; communication of information to public


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n.
state of being public; information to attract public notice


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v.
make public; make known to mankind, or to people in general


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v. Syn. draw
steer or move into a certain direction; take away; remove from a fixed position; extract


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n. Syn. beat; rhythm
beat; rhythm; rate at which heart beats;


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v.
draw fluid or gas by pressure or suction; supply in great quantities


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n.
usually large pulpy deep-yellow round fruit of the squash family


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v. Syn. blow; knock
blow; drive forcibly; pierce; hit with a sharp blow of the fist


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a.
consisting in a point; limited to a point; unexpended; precise


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n.
a learner who is enrolled in an educational institution


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n.
young dog; pup; doll; puppet


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n.
act or an instance of buying; something bought


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v. Syn. refine
refine; make pure or free from sin or guilt; become clean


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n.
condition of being pure; freedom from foreign admixture or deleterious matter; cleanness


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n.
chromatic color between red and blue; belonging to or befitting a supreme ruler


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v.
gather or contract into wrinkles or folds; contract one's lips into a rounded shape


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v.
follow in; go in search of or hunt for


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n.
follow after; follow with a view to obtain; endeavor to attain


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n. Syn. mystery; enigma; perplex; riddle
difficult question or problem


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a massive memorial with a square base and four triangular sides; built as royal tombs in ancient Egypt


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