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n. Syn. knife
knife; short pointed weapon with sharp edges


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n.
delicately beautiful or charming; exquisite; gratification or pleasure taken in anything


Spelling Word: dainty
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n.
place where milk is produced, kept, or converted into butter or cheese


Spelling Word: dairy
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n.
barrier to prevent the flow of liquid, especially built across a water course


Spelling Word: dam
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a. Syn. humid; moist; wet
humid; moist; slightly wet


Spelling Word: damp
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a. Syn. harmful; risky; hazardous
full of risk; perilous; hazardous; unsafe


Spelling Word: dangerous
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a. Syn. bold; brave
bold; brave


Spelling Word: daring
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v. Syn. rush; cast
move suddenly and rapidly


Spelling Word: dart
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v.
throw with violence or haste; break, as by throwing or by collision; form or sketch rapidly


Spelling Word: dash
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n.
collection of facts, observations, or other information related to a particular question or problem


Spelling Word: data
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v.
mark the time of; assign a [___] to


Spelling Word: date
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n. Syn. sunrise; morning; beginning; start
time each morning at which daylight first begins; beginning; start


Spelling Word: dawn
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v.
overpower with light; confuse the sight of by brilliance of light; bewilder or surprise with brilliancy


Spelling Word: dazzle
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a. Syn. bright; brilliant
bright; brilliant


Spelling Word: dazzling
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a. Syn. fatal; lethal
fatal; lethal; causing or tending to cause death


Spelling Word: deadly
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a.
unable to perceive sounds; hard of hearing; unwilling to hear or listen; regardless; not to be persuaded


Spelling Word: deaf
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n. Syn. transaction
part or portion; share; indefinite quantity, degree, or extent, degree, or extent; distribution; arrangement


Spelling Word: deal
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n.
dignitary or presiding officer; head in the faculty of some colleges or universities


Spelling Word: dean
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n. Syn. argument
discussion; dispute; discussion involving opposing points


Spelling Word: debate
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n. Syn. liability; obligation
liability; obligation; money or goods or services owed by one person to another


Spelling Word: debt
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n.
a group of ten, especially a period of ten years


Spelling Word: decade
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v. Syn. decompose; rot
decompose; break sown; disintegration; rottenness; decline; worsen; decadence


Spelling Word: decay
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n.
attempt or disposition to deceive or lead into error; any declaration or practice, which misleads another, or causes to believe what is false


Spelling Word: deceit
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v. Syn. fool
fool; cause to believe what is not true; mislead


Spelling Word: deceive
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a. Syn. suitable; fitting; modest
suitable; modest.; honorable; meeting accepted standards


Spelling Word: decent
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n.
act of deceiving


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a.
of tens; numbered or proceeding by tens; based on ten


Spelling Word: decimal
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n. Syn. card
a pack of 52 cards; any of various floor-like platforms built into a vessel


Spelling Word: deck
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n. Syn. announcement; avowal; statement
announcement; explicit statement; formal public statement


Spelling Word: declaration
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v. Syn. announce
state clearly; make known formally or officially


Spelling Word: declare
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n. Syn. deterioration; decay
change toward something smaller or lower ; gradual falling off from a better state


Spelling Word: decline
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v. Syn. decay
decay


Spelling Word: decompose
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v. Syn. adorn; embellish
adorn; embellish


Spelling Word: decorate
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n.
act of decorating something; something used to beautify


Spelling Word: decoration
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a. Syn. ornamental; embellishing
ornamental; embellishing; serving an esthetic rather than a useful purpose


Spelling Word: decorative
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v. Syn. lessen; reduce; abate
lessen; reduce; make a quantity smaller


Spelling Word: decrease
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n.
order from one having authority; decision, order, or sentence by court


Spelling Word: decree
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v.
set apart for a deity or for special purposes; devote; consecrate


Spelling Word: dedicate
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v.
lead forth; reach a conclusion by reasoning; trace the origin or derivation of


Spelling Word: deduce
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v.
lead forth or out; take away, separate, or remove, in numbering, estimating, or calculating; subtract


Spelling Word: deduct
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n. Syn. feat
something that is carried out; act or action; feat or exploit


Spelling Word: deed
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v.
decide; judge; sentence; condemn


Spelling Word: deem
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n.
failure to act; an option that is selected automatically


Spelling Word: default
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v.
disfigure; destroy; frustrate; overcome or vanquish; resist with


Spelling Word: defeat
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v.
abandon or turn against; cease or change one's loyalty


Spelling Word: defect
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a.
having a defect; faulty; imperfect; incomplete; lacking


Spelling Word: defective
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n.
act of defending against attack, danger, or injury


Spelling Word: defence
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v. Syn. protect; shield; guard
make or keep safe from danger, attack, or harm


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v. Syn. delay; postpone
delay till later; put off; hold back to a later time


Spelling Word: defer
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n. Syn. resistance
refusal to yield; readiness to contend or resist


Spelling Word: defiance
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n. Syn. scarcity; insufficiency
scarcity; lack or shortage, especially of something essential to health


Spelling Word: deficiency
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a. Syn. inadequate
inadequate; lacking an essential quality or element


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n. Syn. shortfall; shortage
inadequacy or insufficiency; sum of money falls short of required amount; shortage


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v.
determine the nature of; give a definition; describe the nature or basic qualities of; explain


Spelling Word: define
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a. Syn. fixed; exact
fixed; exact; having distinct limits


Spelling Word: definite
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ad. Syn. unequivocally; clearly
unequivocally; clearly; without question and beyond doubt


Spelling Word: definitely
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n.
clarity of outline; concise explanation


Spelling Word: definition
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a. Syn. final; complete
final; complete; precisely defined or explicit


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v.
reduce from an inflated condition; release contained air or gas from


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v.
turn aside; draw someone's attention away from something


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v. Syn. distort; disfigure
change shape by stress; become misshapen; make formless


Spelling Word: deform
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n.
alteration in the shape or dimensions; a change for the worse


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v. Syn. pay
pay costs of; undertake payment of; make compensation to or for


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v.
refuse to submit to or cooperate with; be unaffected by; resist or withstand


Spelling Word: defy
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n. Syn. humiliation; debasement; degeneration
humiliation; debasement; decline to a lower condition, quality, or level


Spelling Word: degradation
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v. Syn. humiliate; debase
reduce level; lower grade of something


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n. Syn. defer; adjournment
act later than planned; put off; adjournment


Spelling Word: delay
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n. Syn. representative; deputy; agent
person authorized to act as representative for another; deputy


Spelling Word: delegate
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v. Syn. erase
erase; strike out; remove or make invisible


Spelling Word: delete
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v. Syn. consider; ponder
consider; think about carefully; weigh


Spelling Word: deliberate
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ad. Syn. intentionally; purposely
intentionally; purposely; with careful consideration or deliberation; with full intent;


Spelling Word: deliberately
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a. Syn. fragile; vulnerable
pleasing to the senses, especially in a subtle way; easily hurt; very subtle in difference


Spelling Word: delicate
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a. Syn. tasty; delectable
extremely pleasing to the sense of taste; greatly pleasing or entertaining


Spelling Word: delicious
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n.
failure or omission of duty; fault; misdeed; offense or crime


Spelling Word: delinquency
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a.
failing in duty; offending by neglect of duty.


Spelling Word: delinquent
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v.
set free from restraint; set at liberty; release; give or transfer


Spelling Word: deliver
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n.
false belief; mistaken or unfounded opinion


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n.
a political system in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who can elect people to represent them


Spelling Word: democracy
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v. Syn. raze; destroy; devastate
raze; destroy; do away with completely; put an end to


Spelling Word: demolish
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n. Syn. destruction
act of overthrowing, pulling down, or destroying


Spelling Word: demolition
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v. Syn. show; confirm; prove; manifest
show clearly and deliberately; manifest; confirm; prove


Spelling Word: demonstrate
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n. Syn. proof; showing
proof; act of showing or making evident


Spelling Word: demonstration
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n.
act of refusing or disowning; negation; refusal to admit the truth; refusal to grant; rejection of a request


Spelling Word: denial
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n. Syn. sect
class, society, or collection of individuals called by the same name; specifically, a religious sect


Spelling Word: denomination
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v. Syn. signify; indicate; show
indicate; signify directly; refer to specifically


Spelling Word: denote
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v. Syn. condemn; criticize; announce
condemn openly; criticize; make known in formal manner


Spelling Word: denounce
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a. Syn. thick; compact
thick; crowded closely together; compact


Spelling Word: dense
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n. Syn. thickness; compactness
thickness; quantity of something per unit measure, especially per unit length, area, or volume


Spelling Word: density
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n. Syn. cavity
cavity; a depression scratched or carved into a surface


Spelling Word: dent
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n.
a person qualified to practice dentistry


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v. Syn. disagree; disavow
disagree with; refuse; declare untrue


Spelling Word: deny
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v. Syn. leave
take off; leave; set out


Spelling Word: depart
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n.
act of departing


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a. Syn. reliable; trustworthy
reliable; worthy of being depended on; trustworthy


Spelling Word: dependable
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n. Syn. reliance
reliance; lack of independence or self-sufficiency


Spelling Word: dependence
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a. Syn. relying; conditional
relying on or requiring the aid of another for support


Spelling Word: dependent
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v. Syn. portray; describe
represent in a picture or sculpture; portray in words; describe


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v. Syn. reduce; exhaust
decrease fullness of; use up or empty out


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n.
money given as a guarantee or security


Spelling Word: deposit
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n.
testimony under oath; act of depositing, especially laying down of matter by natural process


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v.
lessen price or value of; think or speak of as being of little worth; belittle


Spelling Word: depreciate
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n.
devaluation; decrease in price or value


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v. Syn. lower
lower in spirits; press down


Spelling Word: depress
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a. Syn. sad; gloomy
sad; gloomy; low in spirits; dejected


Spelling Word: depressed
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n. Syn. recession
recession; economic slump; concavity in a surface produced by pressing ; sadness; low spirits


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v.
deny; take away


Spelling Word: deprive
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n.
one appointed as the substitute of another, and empowered to act for him; substitute in office


Spelling Word: deputy
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v. Syn. obtain; extract
obtain or receive from a source; trace the origin or development of


Spelling Word: derive
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v.
move downward and lower; come from; be connected by a relationship of blood


Spelling Word: descend
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n. Syn. offspring
offspring; person considered as descended from some ancestor or race


Spelling Word: descendant
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n. Syn. ancestry; origin
ancestry; origin; the descendants of one individual; drop; fall; a movement downward


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n.
act of describing; sketch or account of anything in words


Spelling Word: description
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n.
area with little or no vegetation; forsake; abandon


Spelling Word: desert
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v.
be worthy of; have a right to


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n. Syn. devise
act of working out the form of something; creation of something in the mind; formulate a plan for


Spelling Word: design
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v. Syn. nominate; assign; name
indicate or specify; point out; assign a name or title to


Spelling Word: designate
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a. Syn. worthwhile
worthwhile; worth doing or achieving; advisable


Spelling Word: desirable
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n. Syn. aspiration; wish
anything which is longing for


Spelling Word: desire
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a. Syn. unpopulated; deserted
unpopulated; providing no shelter or sustenance; devoid of inhabitants


Spelling Word: desolate
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n.
loss of hope; utter hopelessness; complete despondency


Spelling Word: despair
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a. Syn. hopeless; dangerous
having lost all hope; dangerous; extremely intense


Spelling Word: desperate
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v.
dislike intensely; regard with contempt or scorn


Spelling Word: despise
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n.
lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike; disdain, contemptuous feelings, hatred


Spelling Word: despite
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n.
a dish served as the last course of meal


Spelling Word: dessert
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n. Syn. goal; end
ultimate goal; place to which one is going or directed


Spelling Word: destination
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v.
decree or designate beforehand; fate


Spelling Word: destine
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n.
event that will inevitably happen in the future


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n. Syn. havoc; demolition
havoc; event that completely destroys something


Spelling Word: destruction
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a. Syn. devastating; ruinous
devastating; ruinous


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v.
part; separate or disunite; disengage


Spelling Word: detach
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v.
keep back or from; withhold; restrain from proceeding; stay or stop; delay


Spelling Word: detain
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v. Syn. feel; discover the presence of; discern; sense; identify
feel; discover the presence of; identify


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n.
act of detecting; being open what was concealed or hidden; discovery


Spelling Word: detection
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n. Syn. investigator
investigator; one, usually of police force, who investigates crimes and obtains evidence


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v. Syn. decline
become worse; decline


Spelling Word: deteriorate
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n. Syn. resolve; decision
act of making or arriving at a decision; putting an end to; termination


Spelling Word: determination
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v.
fix the boundaries of; mark off and separate; set bounds to; decide conclusively and authoritatively


Spelling Word: determine
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n.
a turning; circuitous route; deviation from a direct course


Spelling Word: detour
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n. Syn. harm; damage; injury
harm; damage; injury; something that causes damage, harm, or loss


Spelling Word: detriment
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a. Syn. harmful; damaging
causing damage or harm; injurious


Spelling Word: detrimental
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v. Syn. depart; diverge
turn away from a principle, norm; depart; diverge


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n. Syn. instrument
technique or means; instrument; machine used to perform one or more relatively simple tasks


Spelling Word: device
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v. Syn. invent; plan
form, plan, or arrange in the mind; transmit or give by will


Spelling Word: devise
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v. Syn. dedicate; contribute
dedicate; contribute


Spelling Word: devote
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n. Syn. faithfulness; dedication
faithfulness; ardent, often selfless affection and dedication


Spelling Word: devotion
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v. Syn. consume; gorge; gobble
consume; eat greedily; destroy completely


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v. Syn. analyze; examine; identify
analyze; examine; identify


Spelling Word: diagnose
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n.
art of identifying disease; critical analysis of nature of something


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n. Syn. graph; chart
graph; chart; figure or drawing made to illustrate a statement; plan


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n.
vocabulary that is for a specific group of people


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n.
length of straight line passing through the center of a circle and connecting two points on the circumference


Spelling Word: diameter
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v. Syn. prescribe; determine
prescribe; rule as a dictator


Spelling Word: dictate
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n.
one who dictates; one who prescribes rules and maxims authoritatively for the direction of others.


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n.
choice and use of words in speech or writing


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n. Syn. nourishment
nutritional plan; nourishment; a prescribed selection of foods


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v.
be or stand apart; disagree; be unlike; be distinguished


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v. Syn. assimilate; ingest
break down; make more concise; convert food into absorbable substances


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n.
process by which food is converted into substances that can be absorbed and assimilated by the body


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a.
of or performance to fingers, or to digits; done with the fingers


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n. Syn. nobility; honor
quality or state of being worthy of esteem or respect.


Spelling Word: dignity
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a. Syn. assiduous; industrious
assiduous; industrious; hard-working


Spelling Word: diligent
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v. Syn. weaken; attenuate
weaken; make thinner or less concentrated by adding a liquid such as water


Spelling Word: dilute
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a. Syn. weak; faint
emitting only a small amount of light; lacking in brightness


Spelling Word: dim
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n.
a United States coin worth one tenth of a dollar


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n. Syn. measure; size
measure of spatial extent, especially width, height, or length; size; aspect; element


Spelling Word: dimension
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a.
of or relating to dimensions


Spelling Word: dimensional
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v. Syn. dwindle; reduce; decrease
dwindle; reduce; make smaller or less or to cause to appear so


Spelling Word: diminish
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v.
eat principal regular meal of the day; take dinner; give a dinner to


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a. Syn. rusty; dull
darkened with smoke and grime; dirty or discolored


Spelling Word: dingy
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v.
insert into a fluid and withdraw again; immerse for baptism; wet, as if by immersing; moisten; appear to move downward


Spelling Word: dip
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n.
document certifying the successful completion of a course of study


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n. Syn. tact; politics
tact; politics; negotiation between nations


Spelling Word: diplomacy
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n.
one who is in charge to deal with others, like an ambassador, who is appointed to represent a government in relations with other governments


Spelling Word: diplomat
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a. Syn. tactful; politic
relating to diplomacy; marked by tact and sensitivity in dealing with others


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v.
deprive of capability or effectiveness; unable; impair; diminish


Spelling Word: disable
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n. Syn. drawback; defect
drawback; defect; hinder; unfavorable condition or circumstance


Spelling Word: disadvantage
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n.
feeling of dissatisfaction


Spelling Word: disappointment
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n. Syn. dissatisfaction; objection
a feeling of disliking something or what someone is doing


Spelling Word: disapproval
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n. Syn. catastrophe; misfortune; calamity
catastrophe; misfortune


Spelling Word: disaster
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a. Syn. terrible; dreadful
extremely bad; terrible; dreadful


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n.
flat round plate; circular structure either in plants or animals


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v.
throw out something from one's hand; get rid of


Spelling Word: discard
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v. Syn. detect; perceive
detect; perceive


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v. Syn. release
relieve of a burden or of contents; unload; pour forth or release; complete or carry out; give off


Spelling Word: discharge
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n. Syn. training
trait of being well behaved ; act of punishing ; system of rules of conduct or method of practice


Spelling Word: discipline
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v.
unclose; open; remove a cover or envelope from; lay open or expose to view


Spelling Word: disclose
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n. Syn. distress; uneasiness
distress; uneasiness; mental or bodily distress


Spelling Word: discomfort
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v.
give reduction in price on


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v. Syn. depress
depress; take away hope from


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n. Syn. conversation
formal, lengthy discussion of a subject; verbal exchange; conversation


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a.
free from ostentation or pretension; distinct; distinguishable


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n. Syn. difference
lack of consistency; difference


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n. Syn. prudence
knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress; trait of judging wisely and objectively


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v.
make a clear distinction; distinguish; make sensible decisions; judge wisely


Spelling Word: discriminate
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v. Syn. despise
view with scorn or contempt; feel with aversion


Spelling Word: disdain
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n.
state of dishonor; bring shame or dishonor upon


Spelling Word: disgrace
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n.
dress or exterior put on for purposes of concealment or of deception


Spelling Word: disguise
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n.
strong feelings of dislike; offend the taste or moral sense of


Spelling Word: disgust
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a.
not inclined; having a disinclination; being unwilling


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n.
substance which kills germs or viruses; agent for removing the causes of infection, as chlorine


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a. Syn. dreary; gloomy
causing gloom or depression; dreary; somber; melancholy


Spelling Word: dismal
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v. Syn. discourage; frighten
destroy courage or resolution by exciting dread; cause to lose enthusiasm


Spelling Word: dismay
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v. Syn. reject
stop considering; end employment or service of; discharge; refuse to accept or recognize


Spelling Word: dismiss
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n.
neglect of order or system; irregularity; disturbance; sickness


Spelling Word: disorder
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n. Syn. difference
difference; condition or fact of being unequal, as in age, rank, or degree


Spelling Word: disparity
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n. Syn. expedition; sending off
act of sending off something; property of being prompt and efficient; message usually sent in haste


Spelling Word: dispatch
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v. Syn. scatter
scatter; drive away; cause to vanish


Spelling Word: dispel
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v. Syn. distribute
distribute; prepare and give out; deal out in parts or portions


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v. Syn. scatter
move away from each other; cause to separate; cause to become widely known


Spelling Word: disperse
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v. Syn. move; replace; substitute
move or shift from the usual place or position, especially to force to leave a homeland


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n.
act of removing from office or employment


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v. Syn. exhibit; present; show
exhibit; present or hold up to view; show; demonstrate; give evidence of; manifest


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v.
get rid of; settle or decide a matter; place or set in a particular order; arrange


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a.
prepared; inclined; be ready; being particular condition of body or of health


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n. Syn. temperament; nature; tendency
natural or acquired habit with tendency; act or means of getting rid of something


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n. Syn. argument; debate
argument; angry altercation; quarrel; verbal controversy; debate


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v. Syn. ignore; discount
ignore; discount; take no notice of


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a. Syn. different; unlike
different; unlike


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v. Syn. waste; scatter
spend or expend wastefully; vanish by dispersion; drive away; disperse


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v.
melt; liquefy; cause to pass into solution; cause to disappear or vanish


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n. Syn. length; space
space between two objects; length of a line, especially the shortest line joining two points or things that are separate


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a. Syn. faraway; remote
far in space or time; cold in manner


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a. Syn. definite; separate; different
definite; separate; different


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n. Syn. contrast; discrimination
excellence or eminence; note or mark of difference


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ad.
clear to the mind; in a distinct way


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v. Syn. characterize; differentiate; recognize
characterize; differentiate; recognize


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a. Syn. prominent; celebrated; eminent
prominent; celebrated, well-known or eminent because of past achievements


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v. Syn. deform; twist
twist out of proper or natural relation of parts; misshape; misrepresent


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n.
mistake of misrepresenting the facts


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v. Syn. disturb; divert
cause to turn away from original focus; pull in conflicting emotional directions; unsettle


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n. Syn. disorder
extreme mental or emotional disturbance; obsession; confusion of affairs; being drawn apart


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n. Syn. discomfort; affliction
discomfort; cause strain, anxiety, or suffering to


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v. Syn. disseminate; allocate
hand out; disseminate; allocate


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n.
act of distributing or spreading or apportioning


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n. Syn. section; area; region
region; territory within which the lord has the power of coercing and punishing; division of territory


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v. Syn. upset; bother
upset; bother; trouble emotionally or mentally; put out of order; disarrange


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n. Syn. disorder; turmoil
disorder; turmoil; mental or emotional unbalance or disorder


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n. Syn. trench
trench made in the earth by digging; any long, narrow receptacle for water on the surface of the earth


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v. Syn. plunge; plummet
plunge, especially headfirst, into water; plummet


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n.
one who works underwater


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v. Syn. vary
vary; go in different directions from the same point


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n. Syn. difference; deviation; separation
difference; deviation; separation; the act of moving away in different direction


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a. Syn. various
differing in some characteristics; various


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n. Syn. a turning aside
act of turning aside; pastime; activity that relaxes or entertains


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n. Syn. variety
point or respect in which things differ; difference


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v. Syn. distract
distract; withdraw money and move into a different location


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v. Syn. separate; part
sever into two or more parts or pieces; separate into parts; cause to be separate


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v.
perceive intuitively; foresee future; have nature of or being a deity


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n.
act or process of diving anything into parts; state of being divided; separation


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n. Syn. separate
end a marriage; legal dissolution of a marriage


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a.
having or causing a whirling sensation


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v.
deprive someone of benefits; remove or shorten the tail of an animal


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n.
principles presented for belief, as by religious; principle of law; act of teaching; instruction


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v. Syn. record
provide written evidence; record in detail


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n.
film or TV program presenting the facts about a person or event; of or derived from documents


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n.
confirmation that some fact or statement is true


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v.
avoid a blow by moving or shifting quickly aside; shifty or ingenious trick


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n.
small toy with human figure, normally for little child


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n. Syn. field
field; territory over which rule or control is exercised; networked computers that share a common address


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n.
building or house, especially as great hall, church, or temple; anything shaped like cupola


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a. Syn. house-hold; tame
house-hold; of or relating to the home ; within the country or home


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a. Syn. major; important
major; important; outweighing


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v. Syn. monopolize; command; rule
monopolize; command; rule; prevail; be prevalent in


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v. Syn. grant; contribute
grant; present as a gift to a fund or cause; contribute


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n. Syn. grant
grant; act of giving to a fund or cause


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n.
judgment; judicial sentence; penal decree; condemnation


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n.
a college or university building for student living; a large bedroom where several people sleep


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n.
quantity of medicine given; sufficient quantity; portion


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n.
the shorter of two telegraphic signals used in Morse code; very small circular shape


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n. Syn. skepticism; wonder; question
being in uncertainty as to belief respecting anything


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a. Syn. distrustful; skeptical
distrustful; skeptical; full of doubt; having doubt; not settled in opinion


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ad.
free from fear or suspicion; very probably, in all likelihood; doubtlessly


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n.
commercial center of a town or city


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v.
slumber; sleep lightly; be in dull or stupefied condition, as if half asleep; be drowsy


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n. Syn. sketch
rough outline; draw up an outline; sketch


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v. Syn. pull; move; haul
move or bring by force or with great effort


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n.
draw out; flow out; waste


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n.
emptying accomplished by draining; gradual flowing off, as of a liquid


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n. Syn. play
play; literary work intended for theater


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a. Syn. striking
striking; sensational in appearance or thrilling in effect


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v.
represent something in a dramatic manner; add details to


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a. Syn. radical; severe
radical; taking effect violently or rapidly


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v. Syn. attract; entice
cause to move continuously by force applied in advance of the thing moved; pull along; haul; drag


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n.
disadvantage or inconvenience; shortcoming; refund or remittance, such as a discount on duties or taxes


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n.
boxlike container in a piece of furniture, made so as to slide in and out


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n.
creation of artistic drawings


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n. Syn. fear; terror; horror
fearful or distasteful anticipation; terror; horror


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a. Syn. fearful
very unpleasant; distasteful or shocking


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a. Syn. gloomy; dismal
gloomy; dismal; dark, colorless, or cheerless


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v.
wet through and through; soak; put potion down throat of; steep in moisture; wet thoroughly


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v. Syn. float; moving aimlessly; wander
float; moving aimlessly; wander


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v. Syn. bore; pierce
bore; pierce; make a hole; practice; train


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n.
process of falling in drops; liquid or moisture that falls in drops; sound made by liquid falling in drops


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n. Syn. aridity
dry period; aridity; long period of abnormally low rainfall


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v.
kill by submerging and suffocating in water; overwhelm in water; deaden one's awareness of


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a. Syn. questionable
questionable; filled with doubt


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a.
owed and payable immediately or on demand; proper and appropriate; fitting


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a. Syn. blunt; unsharpened; stupid; obtuse
lacking responsiveness or alertness; intellectually weak or obtuse


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ad.
as it ought to be; properly; regularly


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a. Syn. mute
mute; lacking the power of speech


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v.
sell at artificially low prices; throw away as refuse


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n. Syn. copy
one that corresponds exactly to another, especially an original; identical copy; facsimile


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a. Syn. lasting; enduring
lasting; long-lasting; enduring


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n. Syn. length; period
length of time something lasts


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v.
cause to seem small; check natural growth or development of


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v. Syn. reside; inhabit
live as a resident; exist in a given place or state


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n.
a person who inhabits a particular place


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n. Syn. residence; house
residence; place to live in; abode


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n. Syn. pigment
substance used to color materials


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a. Syn. energetic
energetic; vigorously active


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