Vocabulary Exercise: Definitions

List Number: 10297

Vocabulary
Vocabulary Practice
  • Word * Part of Speech Definition Audio Available?
    up Adverb Away from the center of the Earth Yes
    up Preposition Toward the top of Yes
    up Verb To increase or raise Yes
    up Adjective Awake Yes
    us Pronoun The objective case of we, used as a direct or indirect object Yes
    cub Noun The young of certain animals such as the bear, fox, wolf, lion, and others Yes
    hub Noun The central part, usually cylindrical, of a wheel Yes
    rub Noun An act of rubbing Yes
    rub Verb To move one object while maintaining contact with another object Yes
    rub Verb To rub something against something else Yes
    bud Noun A newly formed leaf or flower that has not yet unfolded Yes
    bud Noun Short form of buddy Yes
    bud Verb To form buds Yes
    mud Noun A mixture of water and soil Yes
    dug Verb Past tense of dig Yes
    mug Noun A large cup for hot liquids, usually having a handle Yes
    mug Verb To assault for the purpose of robbery Yes
    pug Noun A small dog having a snub nose, wrinkled face, squarish body, short hair, and a curled tail Yes
    tug Noun A sudden powerful pull Yes
    tug Noun A tugboat Yes
    tug Verb To pull or drag with great effort Yes
    tug Verb To tow by tugboat Yes
    jug Noun A large container commonly having a handle, a narrow neck, and sometimes a cork Yes
    sum Noun A quantity obtained by addition Yes
    sum Noun A quantity of money Yes
    sum Verb To add together Yes

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    • What is the origin or etymology of the word?
    • What words rhyme with this word?

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