|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|chaff||Noun||The inedible parts of a plant whose seeds are eaten as grain||Yes|
|chaff||Noun||Any excess or unwanted material, resource, or person; anything worthless||Yes|
|staff||Noun||A long, straight stick, especially one used to assist in walking||Yes|
|staff||Noun||A series of horizontal parallel lines on which musical notes are written||Yes|
|staff||Noun||The employees of a business||Yes|
|staff||Verb||To supply a business with employees||Yes|
|war||Noun||A conflict involving the organized use of arms and physical force between countries||Yes|
|war||Noun||A campaign against something, such as poverty, crime, or drugs||Yes|
|war||Noun||A particular card game for two players||Yes|
|war||Verb||To engage in conflict with an enemy||Yes|
|warp||Noun||The state of being bent or twisted out of shape||Yes|
|warp||Noun||A distortion or twist, such as in a piece of wood||Yes|
|warp||Verb||To twist or turn something out of shape||Yes|
|warp||Verb||To affect something wrongly, unfairly, or unfavorably||Yes|
|warp||Verb||To become twisted out of shape||Yes|
|warm||Adjective||A temperature slightly higher than usual, but still pleasant; a mild temperature||Yes|
|warm||Adjective||Caring, of relations to another person||Yes|
|warm||Verb||To make or keep warm||Yes|
|warm||Verb||To increasingly favor||Yes|
|ward||Noun||Guardianship, especially of a child or prisoner||Yes|
|ward||Noun||A room in a hospital where patients reside||Yes|
|ward||Noun||A person under guardianship||Yes|
|ward||Verb||To keep in safety; to watch; to guard||Yes|
|ward||Verb||To fend off; to repel; to turn aside, as anything mischievous that approaches||Yes|
|warn||Verb||To make someone aware of impending danger or other situations||Yes|
|warn||Verb||To advise someone to go or stay away||Yes|
|fray||Verb||To unravel, particularly the edge of something made of cloth or the end of a rope||Yes|
|fray||Verb||To cause exhaustion, wear out a person's mental strength||Yes|
|play||Noun||Activity for amusement only, especially among the young||Yes|
|play||Noun||A theatrical performance featuring actors||Yes|
|play||Noun||An individual's performance in a sport||Yes|
|play||Noun||An action carried out when it is one's turn to play||Yes|
|play||Verb||To act in a manner such that one has fun||Yes|
|play||Verb||To produce music using a musical instrument||Yes|
|play||Verb||To act in a performance as the indicated role||Yes|
|play||Verb||To participate in the game indicated||Yes|
|play||Verb||To produce music on the indicated musical instrument||Yes|
|play||Verb||To use a device to watch or listen to the indicated recording||Yes|
|gray||Noun||A color between black and white||Yes|
|gray||Adjective||Dark, dismal, or gloomy, such as gray skies||Yes|
|stay||Verb||To remain in a particular place||Yes|
|stay||Verb||To continue to have a particular quality, such as to stay warm||Yes|
|stay||Noun||A postponement, especially of an execution or other punishment||Yes|
|stay||Noun||A holiday or temporary residence in a place||Yes|
|bray||Noun||The cry of a jackass or donkey||Yes|
|bray||Verb||Of a donkey, to make its cry||Yes|
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