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auger
 
 
(1)
n.  E.g. It was amazing what they could make just using an axe and an auger.
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irregularity; person or something that is unusual; departure from normal or common order
imitation; act, practice, or art of mimicking
duties; obligation; state of being responsible, accountable, or answerable
essential quality; reputation; honor
hand tool for boring holes; hollow drill used to take core samples of soil, ice
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casual
 
 
(2)
a.  E.g. The wildlife officer, in casual conversation, asks Hunter Joe where that deer came from.
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friendly; cordial; having a pleasant or friendly disposition or manner
informal; purposeless; occurring by chance
important; powerful; having or exercising influence or power
causing gloom or depression; dreary; somber; melancholy
cut in the edge into points or inequalities, like teeth; having an uneven, irregular border
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debate
 
 
(3)
n.  E.g. Robert Potts, who recently retired as chancellor at Arkansas State University, witnessed the nickname debate in two states.
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discussion; dispute; discussion involving opposing points
act of forming into military unit or large group of people; imposition of order or discipline; organization
interconnection; interrelation; dependence between two or more people, groups, or things
director; person who has the authority to supervise or direct; janitor or custodian in a building
echinoderms characterized by five arms extending from a central disk
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distasteful
 
 
(4)
a.  E.g. Yet, after all, as a friend and companion, I hope never to become quite distasteful to my dear master.
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elaborately or excessively ornamented
hairy; lacking sharp detail or clarity; consisting of, or covered with wool
having no odor; devoid of odor or fragrance
expressing aversion or dislike; disagreeable
favored; better; more desirable or worthy than another; preferred
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fitness
 
 
(5)
n.  E.g. It's the fitness and the enjoyment that draws me in - it's a lot of fun.
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guarantee; assurance by seller; authorization or certification
honor or esteem; admire; aspect; detail or point
health; vigor; state or condition of being fit; suitability or appropriateness
animal kept for amusement or companionship
items of business at a meeting; list or program of things to be done or considered
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inflict
 
 
(6)
v.  E.g. United Nations officials warn that malaria does not only inflict terrible suffering, it's also damaging Africa's economies.
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form an opinion concerning, without knowledge or means of knowledge; judge of at random
disable or disqualify; deprive of capacity or natural power
have offspring or young; duplicate; make a copy
impose something unpleasant; cause
find; monitor; settle; determine or specify the position or limits o
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leak
 
 
(7)
v.  E.g. Then I tied up the rip in the meal sack with a string, so it wouldn't leak no more.
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fill or make complete again; add a new stock or supply to
record by making a mark; reckon or count; keep score
explore with tools; investigate; search
escape fluid from container through a hole or crack; tell anonymously; reveal
dive; submerge; become suddenly lower; decrease dramatically; throw oneself into a substance or place
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oval
 
 
(8)
a.  E.g. Instead of being perfectly round like a globe, the universe might be a bit stretched in shape like an oval.
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distinguishable; perceptible; capable of being seen or noticed
elliptic; rounded like an egg
general; comprehensive; from one end to the other; including everything
inadequate; lacking an essential quality or element
in danger, at risk; small in numbers, with significant possibility of extinction, of species
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proof
 
 
(9)
n.  E.g. He didn't specify what crimes he was referring to, but said if proof was found, the police would ask for charges.
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earth science dealing with phenomena of the atmosphere; predicting what the weather will be
investigation; search for knowledge
fighter; combatant; one who is engaged in or experienced in battle
evidence; demonstration; statement or argument used in such a validation
fruit flesh; any soft or soggy mass
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rigorous
 
 
(10)
a.  E.g. Disliked by his superiors, the officer candidate endured an extremely rigorous training program.
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every three months; in three month intervals
full of rigors; harsh; rigidly accurate; precise
involving advantage or good ; greater than zero; very sure; confident
hollow; curved like inner surface of sphere
excessively careful; marked by extreme care in treatment of details
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tedium
 
 
(11)
n.  E.g. It is an excellent film that avoids the tedium of the conventional documentary.
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act of forming into military unit or large group of people; imposition of order or discipline; organization
formal warning in law; close attention to minimize risk
anything that is virtually equal to another; combining unit, whether an atom or a molecule
dullness owing to length or slowness; boredom
easiness; plainness; absence of luxury or showiness; lack of good sense or intelligence; foolishness
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weather
 
 
(12)
v.  E.g. He had to weather the crisis in his personal life with difficulty.
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move or shift from the usual place or position, especially to force to leave a homeland
endure the effects of weather or other forces; come through safely; survive
give or bring back; return to its original condition
jolt; rebound after having struck an object or a surface
help to flourish; advance in rank; publicize
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