|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|steep||Adjective||Of a near-vertical slope or incline||Yes|
|steep||Verb||To soak an item, in liquid in order to gradually add or remove ingredients from the item||Yes|
|steep||Verb||To make tea or other beverage by placing leaves in hot water||Yes|
|sleek||Adjective||Having an even, smooth surface; glossy||Yes|
|sleek||Adjective||Not rough or harsh||Yes|
|sleek||Adverb||With ease and dexterity||Yes|
|sleek||Verb||To make smooth or glossy; to polish or cause to be attractive||Yes|
|fleet||Adjective||Swift in motion; moving with velocity; light and quick in going from place to place||Yes|
|fleet||Noun||A group of vessels or vehicles||Yes|
|spite||Noun||Ill-will or hatred toward another, accompanied with the disposition to irritate or annoy||Yes|
|spite||Verb||To treat maliciously; to try to injure||Yes|
|quite||Adverb||Completely; entirely; totally; perfectly||Yes|
|quite||Adverb||To a great extent or degree; very; very much; considerably||Yes|
|whine||Noun||A long-drawn high-pitched complaining cry or sound||Yes|
|whine||Verb||To utter a whine||Yes|
|whine||Verb||To complain or protest in a childish manner or about trivial things||Yes|
|spine||Noun||A person's or thing's backbone||Yes|
|spine||Noun||A needle-like structure on an animal, shell, or plant||Yes|
|spine||Noun||The narrow, bound edge of a book||Yes|
|drive||Verb||To operate a vehicle||Yes|
|drive||Verb||To herd animals in a particular direction||Yes|
|drive||Verb||To move something by hitting it with great force||Yes|
|drive||Verb||To motivate; to provide an incentive for||Yes|
|drive||Verb||To travel by operating a motorized vehicle||Yes|
|drive||Noun||A trip made in a motor vehicle||Yes|
|drive||Noun||Self-motivation; ability coupled with ambition; desire, interest||Yes|
|drive||Noun||A type of public roadway||Yes|
|tribe||Noun||A socially, ethnically, and politically cohesive group of people||Yes|
|tribe||Noun||The noun that refers to a group of various animals: a school of fish, a pride of lions, a herd of elephants||Yes|
|brine||Noun||Salt water; a salt and water solution for pickling foods such as cucumbers, onions, etc.||Yes|
|brine||Noun||The sea or ocean; the water of the sea||Yes|
|brine||Verb||To preserve food in a salt solution||Yes|
|spire||Noun||A slender stalk or blade in vegetation||Yes|
|spire||Noun||The top, or uppermost point, of anything||Yes|
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