|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|bride||Noun||A woman who is going to marry or has just been married||Yes|
|blame||Noun||The state of having caused a bad event||Yes|
|blame||Verb||To assert that something or someone caused a bad event; to place blame upon||Yes|
|flame||Adjective||Of a brilliant reddish orange-gold color, like that of a flame||Yes|
|flame||Noun||The visible part of fire||Yes|
|flame||Verb||To produce flames||Yes|
|slate||Noun||A fine-grained sedimentary rock composed of clay or volcanic ash||Yes|
|slate||Noun||The bluish-gray color of most slate||Yes|
|slate||Noun||A sheet of slate for writing on with chalk||Yes|
|slate||Adjective||Having the bluish-gray color of slate||Yes|
|spade||Noun||A garden tool with a handle and a flat blade for digging||Yes|
|spade||Noun||One of the black suits in a deck of cards, represented by a symbol similar to the garden tool||Yes|
|globe||Noun||Any spherical object||Yes|
|globe||Noun||The planet Earth||Yes|
|globe||Noun||A spherical model of Earth or any planet||Yes|
|drone||Noun||A male bee or wasp, which does not work but can fertilize the queen||Yes|
|drone||Noun||An unmanned aircraft||Yes|
|drone||Noun||A low-pitched hum or buzz||Yes|
|drone||Verb||To produce a low-pitched hum or buzz||Yes|
|drone||Verb||To speak in a monotone way||Yes|
|stone||Noun||A hard earthen substance that can form large rocks and boulders||Yes|
|stone||Noun||A small piece of rock||Yes|
|stone||Noun||A gemstone, a jewel, especially a diamond||Yes|
|stone||Noun||The central part of some fruits, consisting of the seed and a hard woody inner layer||Yes|
|stone||Noun||A dull light gray or beige color, like that of some stones||Yes|
|stone||Verb||To pelt or hit with stones, especially to kill by hitting with stones||Yes|
|stone||Adjective||Constructed of stone||Yes|
|stone||Adjective||Having the appearance of stone||Yes|
|probe||Noun||A device, or part of a device, used to explore, investigate, or measure||Yes|
|probe||Noun||An investigation or inquiry||Yes|
|probe||Verb||To explore, investigate, or question||Yes|
|shore||Noun||The land on or near a waterline such as a sea shore or lake shore||Yes|
|clear||Adjective||Without clouds, such as a clear sky or clear day||Yes|
|clear||Adjective||Bright, not dark or obscured||Yes|
|clear||Adjective||Free of obstacles||Yes|
|clear||Adjective||Free of guilt or suspicion||Yes|
|clear||Adjective||Completely transparent in color||Yes|
|clear||Adverb||All the way; entirely||Yes|
|clear||Verb||To remove obstructions||Yes|
|clear||Verb||To eliminate doubt from a matter or situation; to clarify; especially to clear up||Yes|
|clear||Verb||To pass without interference; to miss||Yes|
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