|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|carpet||Noun||A fabric used as a floor covering; a rug||Yes|
|carpet||Noun||Any surface resembling a carpet||Yes|
|carpet||Verb||To lay carpet, or to have carpet installed, in an area||Yes|
|garment||Noun||A single item of clothing||Yes|
|clatter||Noun||A rattling noise||Yes|
|clatter||Noun||A loud disturbance||Yes|
|clatter||Noun||Noisy talk or chatter||Yes|
|clatter||Verb||To cause or make a rattling sound||Yes|
|clatter||Verb||To chatter noisily or rapidly||Yes|
|flatter||Verb||To compliment someone, often insincerely and sometimes to win favor||Yes|
|flatter||Verb||To enhance someone's vanity by praising them||Yes|
|flatter||Verb||To portray something to advantage||Yes|
|latter||Adjective||Near or nearer to the end||Yes|
|latter||Adjective||Close or closer to the present time||Yes|
|matter||Noun||The basic structural component of the universe. Matter usually has mass and volume||Yes|
|matter||Noun||A kind of substance||Yes|
|matter||Noun||A reason for concern||Yes|
|patter||Noun||The soft sound of feet walking on a hard surface||Yes|
|tatter||Noun||A shred of torn cloth; an individual item of torn and ragged clothing||Yes|
|tatter||Verb||To destroy an article of clothing by shedding||Yes|
|ragged||Adjective||Worn into tatters, or until the texture is broken||Yes|
|ragged||Adjective||Broken with rough edges; rough; uneven; jagged||Yes|
|racket||Noun||A loud noise||Yes|
|racket||Noun||An implement used to hit a ball such as in tennis||Yes|
|vanish||Verb||To become invisible or move out of view unnoticed||Yes|
|pattern||Noun||Design, motif, or decoration formed from multiple copies of an original fitted together||Yes|
|pattern||Noun||Arrangement of objects, facts, etc. which has a mathematical, geometric, etc. relationship||Yes|
|pattern||Noun||A series of steps, repeated||Yes|
|pattern||Verb||To apply a pattern||Yes|
|pattern||Verb||To fit into a pattern||Yes|
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