|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|tinsel||Noun||A shining material used for ornamental purposes; especially, a very thin metal overlaid with a thin coating of gold or silver, brass,||Yes|
|tinsel||Noun||Very thin strips of glittering, metallic material used as a decoration, and traditionally, draped at Christmas time over the branches of Christmas trees||Yes|
|witness||Noun||Attestation of a fact or event||Yes|
|witness||Noun||One who has a personal knowledge of something||Yes|
|witness||Noun||Someone called to give evidence in a court||Yes|
|witness||Verb||To furnish proof of, to show||Yes|
|witness||Verb||To make note of||Yes|
|witness||Verb||To see, note, or gain knowledge of||Yes|
|focus||Noun||A central point, as of attraction, attention, or activity||Yes|
|focus||Noun||A point at which rays of light, heat, or other radiation, meet after being refracted or reflected||Yes|
|focus||Noun||The clear and sharply defined condition of an image||Yes|
|focus||Verb||To bring to a focus or into focus||Yes|
|focus||Verb||To concentrate one's attention||Yes|
|focus||Verb||To become focused||Yes|
|glory||Noun||Great beauty or splendor, of such overwhelming beauty that it is considered powerful||Yes|
|glory||Noun||Honor and valor||Yes|
|glory||Noun||Worship or praise||Yes|
|glory||Verb||To exult with joy; to rejoice||Yes|
|glory||Verb||To boast; to be proud||Yes|
|locust||Noun||A type of grasshopper that flies in swarms and is very destructive to crops and other vegetation||Yes|
|moment||Noun||A brief, unspecified amount of time; an instant||Yes|
|moment||Noun||A specific point in time, especially the present time||Yes|
|moment||Noun||A particular period of importance, influence, or significance in a series of events or developments||Yes|
|moment||Noun||A particular time or period of success, excellence, fame, etc.||Yes|
|potent||Adjective||Being effective in small quantities||Yes|
|potent||Adjective||Having a sharp or offensive taste||Yes|
|noted||Verb||Past tense of to note||Yes|
|noted||Adjective||Famous; well known because of one's reputation; celebrated||Yes|
|storage||Noun||The act of storing goods or the state of being stored||Yes|
|storage||Noun||A place for storing goods||Yes|
|storage||Noun||The price charged for storing goods||Yes|
|storage||Noun||That part of a computer, such as discs, where data is stored for future retrieval||Yes|
|story||Noun||An account of real or fictional events||Yes|
|story||Noun||A floor or level of a building||Yes|
|protest||Verb||To make a strong objection||Yes|
|protest||Verb||To affirm something||Yes|
|protest||Verb||To object to something||Yes|
|protest||Noun||A formal objection, especially one by a group||Yes|
|protest||Verb||A collective gesture of disapproval, sometimes violent||Yes|
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