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Speak [Esc]  a. happening or existing in the period after a war, especially the First or Second World War

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Speak [Esc]  v. arrange beforehand

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Speak [Esc]  n. an action that is done to prevent something unpleasant or dangerous happening

Spelling Word: precaution
Speak [Esc]  a. of high worth or cost

Spelling Word: precious
Speak [Esc]  a. showing mental development or achievement much earlier than usual; appearing or developing early

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Speak [Esc]  v. select as an alternative over another

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Speak [Esc]  a. more desirable or worthy than another; better or more suitable

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Speak [Esc]  a. describing the period before there were written records; ancient

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Speak [Esc]  a. prior to or preparing for the main matter; introductory

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Speak [Esc]  n. a feeling that something, especially something unpleasant, is going to happen

Spelling Word: premonition
Speak [Esc]  a. contrary to nature, reason, or common sense; very silly or stupid; ridiculous

Spelling Word: preposterous
Speak [Esc]  v. watch a movie or play before it is released to the general public

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Speak [Esc]  a. having quality or power of producing; yielding or furnishing results

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Speak [Esc]  a. very well known and important; immediately noticeable

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Speak [Esc]  v. tell someone that you will certainly do something

Spelling Word: promise
Speak [Esc]  n. a device that causes a ship or aircraft to move, consisting of two or more blades that spin at high speed

Spelling Word: propeller
Speak [Esc]  n. one of the many substances found in food, such as meat or eggs, that is necessary for the body to grow

Spelling Word: protein
Speak [Esc]  n. a doctor who specializes in psychiatry

Spelling Word: psychiatrist
Speak [Esc]  v. beat or pound with fists; hit or strike heavily and repeatedly

Spelling Word: pummel
Speak [Esc]  v. buy something; acquire something by paying for it

Spelling Word: purchase
Speak [Esc]  n. something proving that money, goods, or information have been received

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Speak [Esc]  a. of the immediate past or just previous to the present time

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Speak [Esc]  v. correct inconsistencies; become compatible or consistent

Spelling Word: reconcile
Speak [Esc]  v. construct again; rebuild; reconstitute

Spelling Word: reconstruct
Speak [Esc]  v. make something less in size, amount, degree, importance, or price

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Speak [Esc]  v. put information, especially name, into an official list; record in writing

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Speak [Esc]  n. way in which two things are connected

Spelling Word: relationship
Speak [Esc]  n. easing of burden or distress, such as pain or anxiety; release from post or duty

Spelling Word: relief
Speak [Esc]  a. not willing to do something and therefore slow to do it

Spelling Word: reluctant
Speak [Esc]  a. intended to correct something that is wrong or to improve a bad situation; corrective

Spelling Word: remedial
Speak [Esc]  n. a successful way of curing an illness or dealing with a problem

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Speak [Esc]  a. serving to bring to mind; making someone remember a particular person, event, or thing

Spelling Word: reminiscent
Speak [Esc]  a. feeling pain or sorrow for sins or offenses

Spelling Word: remorseful
Speak [Esc]  v. increase the life of or replace something old; renovate; make new or as if new again

Spelling Word: renew
Speak [Esc]  v. free someone from harm or evil; take from legal custody by force

Spelling Word: rescue
Speak [Esc]  v. inquire into; attempt to find out in scientific manner

Spelling Word: research
Speak [Esc]  v. feel bitter or be in angry, because of unfair injury or affront

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Speak [Esc]  v. give up a job or position; abandon

Spelling Word: resign
Speak [Esc]  n. act of leaving a job or position and making a statement for it

Spelling Word: resignation
Speak [Esc]  n. a place where meals are prepared and served to customers

Spelling Word: restaurant
Speak [Esc]  n. process of finding and bringing back something

Spelling Word: retrieval
Speak [Esc]  v. study again something, in preparation for an exam, practice to refresh memory

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Speak [Esc]  n. bright, transparent artificial jewel that looks like a diamond, used as an inexpensive ornament

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Speak [Esc]  ad. without taking a lot of care to make something perfect

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Speak [Esc]  a. having or allowing someone to see beautiful natural features

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Speak [Esc]  n. distinctive odor that is pleasant; fragrance or perfume

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Speak [Esc]  n. plan for an activity or event; arrange

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Speak [Esc]  v. take hold of; take or capture by force

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Speak [Esc]  a. very good, exciting, or unusual; intended to arouse strong curiosity, interest, or reaction

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Speak [Esc]  a. easily upset by the things people say or do; responsive to external conditions

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