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a. Syn. avid; enthusiastic
avid; enthusiastic


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n.
seriousness; reality; fixed determination; eagerness; intentness


Spelling Word: earnest
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n. Syn. quake; seism; temblor
quake from underground; disturbance that is extremely disruptive; temblor


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n.
satisfaction; pleasure; entertainment; freedom from care


Spelling Word: ease
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a. Syn. irregular; odd; whimsical; bizarre
departing from a recognized, conventional, or established norm or pattern


Spelling Word: eccentric
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n. Syn. oddity; idiosyncrasy
oddity; departure from that which is stated, regular, or usual; deviation from center


Spelling Word: eccentricity
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n.
sound reflected from an opposing surface and repeated to the ear; repetition of a sound


Spelling Word: echo
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v. Syn. surpass
darken; exceed in importance; outweigh


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n.
science of the relationships between organisms and their environments


Spelling Word: ecology
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a. Syn. frugal; cheap; economical
pertaining to economy; frugal; cheap


Spelling Word: economic
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a. Syn. thrifty; saving
thrifty; saving; using the minimum of time or resources necessary for effectiveness


Spelling Word: economical
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n.
branch of social science that deals with the production and distribution and consumption of goods and services and their management


Spelling Word: economics
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v.
save money or resource; cut back; be thrifty


Spelling Word: economize
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n.
efficient use of resources; reduction in cost; specific type of economic system


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n. Syn. joy; rapture
intense joy or delight; any overpowering emotion


Spelling Word: ecstasy
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n. Syn. brink; perimeter; margin
brink; perimeter; margin


Spelling Word: edge
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v.
revise and prepare for publication; select, correct, arrange matter of, for publication


Spelling Word: edit
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n.
whole number of copies of a work printed and published; single copy; act of editing


Spelling Word: edition
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of or pertaining to an editor; written or sanctioned by an editor


Spelling Word: editorial
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n. Syn. upbringing; instruction
act or process of educating; the result of educating


Spelling Word: education
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a. Syn. efficient; productive
efficient; productive; producing a strong impression or response


Spelling Word: effective
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n. Syn. efficiency
efficiency; quality of being effective


Spelling Word: effectiveness
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n. Syn. effectiveness
effectiveness; quality or property of being efficient; ratio of useful output to the total input in any system


Spelling Word: efficiency
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a. Syn. effective
effective; acting directly to produce an effect; exhibiting a high ratio of output to input


Spelling Word: efficient
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n.
exertion of strength or power, whether physical or mental, in performing an act or aiming at an object


Spelling Word: effort
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v. Syn. emit; discharge
put out or expel from a place; discharge


Spelling Word: eject
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a. Syn. detailed; complicated
marked by complexity and richness of detail; done with care and in minute detail


Spelling Word: elaborate
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n. Syn. intricacy
production by gradual process; act of working out with great care in detail


Spelling Word: elaboration
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v.
slip or glide away; pass away silently


Spelling Word: elapse
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a.
springing back; having the power of rebounding; able to return quickly to a former state or condition


Spelling Word: elastic
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n.
tendency of a body to return to its original shape after it has been stretched or compressed


Spelling Word: elasticity
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n.
hinge joint between the forearm and upper arm


Spelling Word: elbow
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n. Syn. voting; balloting
voting; balloting; right or ability to make a choice


Spelling Word: election
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a. Syn. electric
pertaining to electricity; electric


Spelling Word: electrical
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n.
one whose occupation is the installation, maintenance, repair, or operation of electric equipment and circuitry


Spelling Word: electrician
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n.
elementary particle with negative charge


Spelling Word: electron
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a.
of or pertaining to an electron or electrons.


Spelling Word: electronic
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n.
branch of physics that deals with the behavior of electrons; electronic devices


Spelling Word: electronics
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n.
refined quality of gracefulness and good taste


Spelling Word: elegance
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a. Syn. refined; exquisite
refined and tasteful in appearance or behavior or style


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n. Syn. component
fundamental or essential constituent of a composite entity; basic assumptions or principles of a subject


Spelling Word: element
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a. Syn. basic; fundamental
basic; fundamental


Spelling Word: elementary
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v. Syn. raise; heave
raise; give a promotion to or assign to a higher position


Spelling Word: elevate
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n. Syn. altitude; height
altitude; height


Spelling Word: elevation
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n.
lifting device consisting of a platform or cage


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v. Syn. eradicate; abolish
eradicate; abolish; rule out


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n.
act of removing or getting rid of something


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n.
omission of words from text; mark or series of marks used in writing to indicate omission


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a. Syn. oval
rounded like an egg; in a shape reminding of an ellipse; oval


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n. Syn. expressiveness
powerful and effective language; persuasive speech


Spelling Word: eloquence
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a. Syn. expressive; persuasive
vividly or movingly expressive; persuasive


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difficult to describe; difficult to detect or grasp by mind


Spelling Word: elusive
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v. Syn. liberate; free; release
free from bondage, oppression, or restraint; liberate


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n.
freeing someone from the control of another


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n.
ban on commerce or other activity


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v. Syn. commence
commence; go on board a boat or airplane; begin a journey


Spelling Word: embark
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v. Syn. humiliate; shame
humiliate; shame; cause to feel self-conscious or ill at ease; disconcert


Spelling Word: embarrass
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n.
diplomatic building where ambassadors live or work; diplomatic representatives headed by an ambassador


Spelling Word: embassy
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v. Syn. personify; incorporate
give a bodily form to; represent in bodily or material form; incorporate


Spelling Word: embody
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v. Syn. hug; encircle; include
hug; adopt or espouse; accept readily; hold close with the arms, usually as an expression of affection


Spelling Word: embrace
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v. Syn. decorate; adorn; embellish
decorate with needlework; add details to


Spelling Word: embroider
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n.
elaboration by the use of decorative detail; ornamentation of fabric with needlework


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v. Syn. appear
come into prominence; spring up; appear


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n.
sudden unforeseen crisis; condition of urgent need for action or assistance


Spelling Word: emergency
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n.
someone who leaves one country to settle in another


Spelling Word: emigrant
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v.
remove from one country or State to another, for the purpose of residence; migrate from home


Spelling Word: emigrate
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a. Syn. prominent; high; lofty
standing out above other things; high in rank, office, or worth


Spelling Word: eminent
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n. Syn. radiation; emanation; discharge
radiation; discharge; act of emitting


Spelling Word: emission
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v.
give off; send out; give out as sound


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n. Syn. feeling; mood
feeling; mood; state of mental agitation or disturbance


Spelling Word: emotion
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a. Syn. sentimental; passionate
sentimental; passionate; excitable; easily moved


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n.
special attention or effort directed toward something; stress


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v. Syn. stress; underscore; highlight
stress; underscore; utter or pronounce with a particular stress of voice


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a.
derived from experiment and observation rather than theory


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v. Syn. apply; hire
engage the services of; put to work; apply


Spelling Word: employ
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n. Syn. worker
worker; person who works for another in return for financial or other compensation


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n.
a person or firm that employs workers


Spelling Word: employer
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n.
act of employing or using; work in which one is engaged; occupation


Spelling Word: employment
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a. Syn. vacant
containing nothing; not holding or having anything within; void of contents or appropriate contents


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v.
supply with the means, knowledge, or opportunity; make able; make feasible or possible


Spelling Word: enable
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v.
charm by sorcery; get control of by magical words and rites


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v. Syn. surround
form a circle about; enclose within a circle or ring; surround


Spelling Word: encircle
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v. Syn. include; surround
include; surround on all sides; close in


Spelling Word: enclose
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n.
place where animals are kept


Spelling Word: enclosure
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v. Syn. face; confront; meet
face; confront; meet, especially unexpectedly; come upon


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v. Syn. activate; stimulate
activate; stimulate


Spelling Word: encourage
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v. Syn. threaten; jeopardize
threaten; jeopardize; do something that may damage it or destroy it


Spelling Word: endanger
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v. Syn. seek; try; attempt
attempt by employing effort


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a. Syn. everlasting; eternal
without end; having no end or conclusion; perpetual; interminable


Spelling Word: endless
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v. Syn. approve; support
acknowledge by signing a bill, draft, or other instrument; approve; support


Spelling Word: endorse
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n. Syn. indorsement
act of endorsing; support; formal and explicit approval; signature that validates something


Spelling Word: endorsement
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v. Syn. grant; award
grant; award; give qualities or abilities to


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n. Syn. perseverance; stamina; duration
perseverance; state or fact of persevering; continuing existence


Spelling Word: endurance
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v. Syn. tolerate
tolerate; carry on through, despite hardships


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a. Syn. active; brisk; vigorous
active; brisk; vigorous


Spelling Word: energetic
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n. Syn. vigor; power
exertion of force; capacity for work or vigorous activity; usable heat or power


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v. Syn. force; constrain; compel
put force upon; force; constrain; compel; put in motion or action by violence


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v. Syn. reserve
obtain for services of; arrange for the use of; pledge or promise, especially to marry


Spelling Word: engage
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n.
act of engaging, pledging, enlisting, occupying, or entering into contest; state of being in gear


Spelling Word: engagement
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v. Syn. carve; cut
carve or cut into a block or surface, as used for printing; impress deeply as if by carving


Spelling Word: engrave
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practice of incising a design onto a hard, flat surface, by cutting grooves into it


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v.
absorb or swallow up as in a gulf; flow over or cover completely


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v. Syn. increase; improve
make better or more attractive; increase; improve


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n.
act of increasing, or state of being increased; augmentation; aggravation


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v. Syn. illuminate
supply with light; illuminate, as the sun enlightens the earth; make clear to the intellect or conscience; give information to; inform or instruct


Spelling Word: enlighten
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a. Syn. tremendous; huge; massive
very great in size, extent, number, or degrees; huge; massive


Spelling Word: enormous
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v. Syn. inquire
seek information by asking a question


Spelling Word: enquire
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n. Syn. inquiry
search for knowledge; systematic investigation


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v. Syn. make rich; richen; improve
make rich; richen; improve


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v.
insert in a roil; register or enter in list or catalogue; insert in records; enlist


Spelling Word: enroll
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n.
act of enrolling; specifically, the registering, recording, or entering


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v.
make sure or certain; insure; assure


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v. Syn. require; necessitate; involve
imply or require; cause to ensue or accrue; cut or carve in ornamental way


Spelling Word: entail
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n. Syn. company; firm; business
company; firm; organization created for business ventures


Spelling Word: enterprise
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v. Syn. amuse; host
amuse; host


Spelling Word: entertain
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n. Syn. amusement; fun
amusement; fun


Spelling Word: entertainment
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n.
great excitement for or interest in a subject or cause; feeling of excitement


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a.
having or showing great excitement and interest


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v. Syn. name; designate
give right to; authorize; furnish with a right or claim to something; designate; give title to


Spelling Word: entitle
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v.
fill with delight or wonder; put into a trance; attract


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v. Syn. plead
plead; make earnest request of; ask for earnestly


Spelling Word: entreat
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v.
give over something to another for care, protection, or performance; give as a trust to someone;


Spelling Word: entrust
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n. Syn. admission; entrance
admission; entrance; item inserted in a written record


Spelling Word: entry
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v.
list each one; mention one by one


Spelling Word: enumerate
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v. Syn. enclose; encase
enclose or encase completely with or as if with a covering


Spelling Word: envelop
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n. Syn. circumstance
surroundings; totality of surrounding conditions


Spelling Word: environment
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n.
malice; ill will; discontent or uneasiness at another's excellence or good fortune, accompanied with hatred


Spelling Word: envy
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n. Syn. plague
outbreak of a contagious disease that spreads rapidly and widely; widely prevalent


Spelling Word: epidemic
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n.
a brief section of a literary or dramatic work that forms part of a connected series


Spelling Word: episode
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n. Syn. era
particular period of history, especially one considered remarkable


Spelling Word: epoch
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a. Syn. same; identical
having the same quantity, measure, or value as another; identical


Spelling Word: equal
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n. Syn. parity
state or quality of being equal


Spelling Word: equality
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n. Syn. equality; equilibrium
making equal; equal division; equality; equilibrium


Spelling Word: equation
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n.
the imaginary great circle on the earth's surface, everywhere equally distant from the two poles, and dividing the earth's surface into two hemispheres


Spelling Word: equator
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n. Syn. balance
mental or emotional balance; state of balance of any causes, powers, or motives


Spelling Word: equilibrium
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v.
supply with necessities such as tools or provisions; furnish with the qualities necessary for performance


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n. Syn. apparatus
apparatus


Spelling Word: equipment
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a. Syn. interchangeable; comparable; tantamount
interchangeable; comparable; equal, as in value, force, or meaning


Spelling Word: equivalent
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v. Syn. completely destroy; eliminate; exterminate
completely destroy; eliminate; exterminate


Spelling Word: eradicate
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v. Syn. remove; wipe
rub letters or characters written, engraved, or painted


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v. Syn. construct; stand
construct; stand; set up


Spelling Word: erect
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n. Syn. corrosion
corrosion; a gradual decline of something


Spelling Word: erosion
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n.
short trip taken to perform a specified task; mission; embassy


Spelling Word: errand
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v. Syn. explode
explode; burst out; become violently active


Spelling Word: erupt
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n. Syn. outbreak
outbreak; sudden, often violent outburst


Spelling Word: eruption
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n.
stairway whose steps move continuously on a circulating belt


Spelling Word: escalator
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n. Syn. flee; elude; avoid
act of fleeing from danger, of evading harm, or of avoiding notice; deliverance from injury or any evil


Spelling Word: escape
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n.
one who conducts someone as attendant; guard; protection, care, or safeguard on a journey


Spelling Word: escort
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n. Syn. trial; attempt
effort made for performance of anything; short literary composition on a single subject


Spelling Word: essay
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n.
most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience


Spelling Word: essence
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a. Syn. necessary; critical; vital; indispensable; fundamental
necessary; critical; vital; constituting or being part of the essence of something


Spelling Word: essential
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v.
set up or found; build


Spelling Word: establish
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n. Syn. confirmation; settlement
act of establishing; ratifying or ordaining; settlement; arranged order or system, especially a legal code


Spelling Word: establishment
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n. Syn. property
extensive landed property; everything you own; all of your assets


Spelling Word: estate
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v. Syn. respect; prize; regard
regard with respect; favorable regard


Spelling Word: esteem
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v. Syn. assess; appraise; evaluate
judge to be probable; form an opinion about; evaluate


Spelling Word: estimate
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a. Syn. forever; everlasting
forever; being without beginning or end; existing outside of time; infinite


Spelling Word: eternal
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v. Syn. judge; appraise; estimate
judge; examine and judge carefully; appraise


Spelling Word: evaluate
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v. Syn. vaporize; disappear; vapor
vaporize; disappear; change into a vapor


Spelling Word: evaporate
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n.
process of extracting moisture


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a. Syn. busy; momentous
busy; momentous; full of events or incidents


Spelling Word: eventful
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ad. Syn. ultimately; finally
ultimately; in the final result or issue; in the end


Spelling Word: eventually
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a.
continuing forever or indefinitely


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n. Syn. proof; testimony
something which makes evident or manifest; any mode of proof


Spelling Word: evidence
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a. Syn. obvious; apparent; clear
easily seen or understood; obvious; apparent; clear


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n. Syn. development; progression
development; progression


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v. Syn. develop; grow
develop; grow


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a. Syn. precise
precisely agreeing with standard, fact, or truth; perfectly conforming


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v. Syn. overstate; magnify
represent as greater than is actually the case; overstate; magnify; do something to an excessive degree


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n. Syn. overstatement
overstatement; act of making something more noticeable than usual


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v. Syn. praise
raise in rank or dignity; praise


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a. Syn. superior; noble; lofty
superior; elevated in rank, character, or status; of high moral or intellectual value


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v. Syn. irritate
make worse; irritate; make very angry or impatient; annoy greatly


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v.
go beyond; be or do something to a greater degree


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ad.
in a very great degree; beyond what is usual; surpassingly


Spelling Word: exceedingly
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v.
be superior; distinguish oneself


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a. Syn. outstanding; splendid
surpassing others in some good quality or the sum of qualities; of great worth; eminent, in a good sense


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n.
instance that does not conform to a rule


Spelling Word: exception
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a. Syn. extraordinary; unusual
extraordinary; unusual; well above average


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a. Syn. extra; surplus
amount or quantity beyond what is normal or sufficient; surplus


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a. Syn. extreme; inordinate
extreme; inordinate; too much


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n. Syn. substitute
substitute; trade in; give in return for something received


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v. Syn. arouse
arouse


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n.
state of being emotionally aroused


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n.
creating or producing excitement


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v. Syn. call; shout
cry out suddenly, as from surprise or emotion


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v.
leave out of; keep out of; reject


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n. Syn. omission; rejection
rejection; act of excluding or shutting out


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a. Syn. single; sole; incompatible
not divided or shared with others; excluding much or all; not allowing something else


Spelling Word: exclusive
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ad. Syn. purely; strictly
without any others being included or involved; purely; strictly


Spelling Word: exclusively
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n. Syn. trip; journey
trip; usually short journey made for pleasure


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v. Syn. forgive
free from blame; clear from guilt; release from a charge; forgive entirely


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v.
put into effect; carry out the legalities of


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n. Syn. accomplishment; putting into practice
accomplishment; putting into practice; putting a person to death


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n.
role of government which makes sure that laws are carried out; administrator


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v. Syn. embody
serve as an example of; embody


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a.
not subject to duty or obligation; not subject to taxation


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v.
cause; apply; exercise


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n. Syn. effort
effort; expenditure of much physical work


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n.
gases ejected from an engine as waste products ; use up the whole supply of


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a. Syn. depleted; tired
depleted; tired


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n.
act of draining out or draining off; act of emptying completely of the contents; state of being exhausted or emptied


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a. Syn. thorough; comprehensive
treating all parts or aspects without omission; comprehensive


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v. Syn. display; show
show, make visible or apparent


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n. Syn. exposition; presentation; show
exposition; presentation; large-scale public showing


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v.
force separation from one's native country


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n. Syn. outlet
passage or way out; act of going away or out


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v. Syn. acquit; exculpate
acquit; free from blame; discharge from duty


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v. Syn. dilate; extend
become larger in size or volume; grow stronger; add details


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n. Syn. growth
growth; extent or amount by which something has expanded


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a. Syn. suitable
suitable; appropriate to a purpose; serving to promote your interest


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v.
process fast and efficiently; execute quickly and efficiently


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n.
journey organized for a particular purpose


Spelling Word: expedition
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v. Syn. oust; discharge
oust; discharge; force or drive out


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v.
lay out, apply, or employ in any way; consume by use; use up or distribute, either in payment or in donations; spend


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n. Syn. output
payment or expense; output


Spelling Word: expenditure
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n.
person with a high degree of skill in or knowledge of a certain subject


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n. Syn. skill
specialized knowledge; expert skill


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n.
act of coming to a close; termination; act of breathing out; exhalation


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v. Syn. end
come to an end; terminate; lose validity; breathe one's last breath; die


Spelling Word: expire
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a. Syn. definite; outspoken
precisely and clearly expressed; definite; outspoken


Spelling Word: explicit
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v. Syn. erupt
erupt; blow up; burst violently as a result of internal pressure


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v.
make use of, sometimes unjustly


Spelling Word: exploit
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n.
unfair use of someone’s work giving little in return


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n.
travel for the purpose of discovery


Spelling Word: exploration
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v. Syn. investigate
investigate systematically; examine; search


Spelling Word: explore
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n.
someone who travels into little known regions


Spelling Word: explorer
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a.
tending or serving to sudden outburst; sudden and loud


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v.
sell or transfer abroad


Spelling Word: export
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v. Syn. exhibit; show; display
set forth; set out to public view


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n.
exhibition; part of a play that provides the background information; opening section of a fugue


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n. Syn. disclosure
risk, particularly of being exposed to disease; unmasking; act of laying something open


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a. Syn. eloquent; demonstrative; indicative
demonstrative; indicative


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ad. Syn. particularly; specifically
particularly; specifically; in an explicit manner


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a. Syn. excellent; flawless
excellent; flawless; acutely perceptive or discriminating


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v. Syn. stretch; prolong
open or straighten something out; unbend; prolong


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n. Syn. supplement; expansion
supplement; act of extending or the condition of being extended


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a. Syn. widespread; wide
widespread; far-reaching; wide


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n. Syn. magnitude; scope
extensive space or area; distance or area over which something extends; degree to which a thing extends


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n. Syn. outside; appearance
outside; external or outward appearance


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a. Syn. exterior; outer
exterior; outer; suitable for application to the outside


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a. Syn. nonexistent; vanished; dead
no longer existing or living; vanished; dead


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n.
death of all its remaining members


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v.
quench; put out, as a light or fire; cause to die out; put an end to; destroy


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a.
something additional of the same kind


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v. Syn. derive; remove; squeeze
draw or pull out, usually with some force or effort; remove; get despite difficulties or obstacles


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a. Syn. exceptional; remarkable; outstanding
exceptional; remarkable; beyond what is ordinary or usual


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a.
wandering beyond one's bounds; exceeding due bounds; wild; excessive; unrestrained


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a.
outermost; utmost; farthest; most remote; at the widest limit


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n.
small hole or loop; good discernment; organ of vision or of light sensitivity


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