|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|stark||Adjective||Severe; violent; fierce||Yes|
|stark||Adjective||Hard in appearance; barren, desolate||Yes|
|stark||Adjective||Complete, absolute, full||Yes|
|prism||Noun||A polyhedron with parallel ends of the same size and shape, the other faces being parallelogram-shaped sides||Yes|
|prism||Noun||A transparent block in the shape of a prism, used to split or reflect light||Yes|
|prism||Noun||A crystal in which the faces are parallel to the vertical axis||Yes|
|sixth||Adjective||The ordinal form of the number six; the position after fifth and before seventh||Yes|
|sixth||Noun||The person or thing in the sixth position||Yes|
|sixth||Noun||One of six equal parts of a whole||Yes|
|stint||Noun||A period of time spent doing or being something. A spell||Yes|
|stint||Noun||Any of several very small wading birds.||Yes|
|smith||Noun||A person who works metal into desired forms using a hammer and other tools||Yes|
|midst||Noun||A place in the middle of something||Yes|
|pine||Noun||A cone-bearing tree of the genus Pinus, or a tree resembling a member of this genus||Yes|
|pine||Noun||The wood of a pine tree||Yes|
|pine||Noun||The sense of longing||Yes|
|pine||Verb||To long for, want desperately||Yes|
|wild||Adjective||Untamed; not domesticated||Yes|
|wild||Adjective||Unrestrained or uninhibited||Yes|
|wild||Adjective||Visibly and overtly anxious; frantic||Yes|
|wild||Adjective||Disheveled, tangled, or untidy||Yes|
|wild||Adverb||Inaccurately; not on target||Yes|
|wild||Noun||The undomesticated state of a wild animal||Yes|
|wild||Verb||To commit random acts of assault, robbery, and rape in an urban setting, especially as a gang||Yes|
|mild||Adjective||Gentle; pleasant; kind; soft; bland; moderate in degree or quality||Yes|
|tile||Noun||A mostly rectangular-shaped sheet of ceramic or fired clay to cover surfaces, as in a roof tile, stove tile, floor tile, etc.||Yes|
|tile||Verb||To cover with tiles||Yes|
|slide||Verb||To cause to move in continuous contact with a surface||Yes|
|slide||Verb||To move in continuous contact with a surface||Yes|
|slide||Verb||To move on a low friction surface||Yes|
|slide||Verb||To drop down and skid into a base in baseball||Yes|
|slide||Verb||To lose one's balance on a slippery surface||Yes|
|slide||Verb||To let pass without action||Yes|
|slide||Noun||A toy for children where they climb up a ladder and then slide, glide down again||Yes|
|slide||Noun||The event of large amounts of rubble, earth, and stones moving down the slope of a hill or from a mountain||Yes|
|slide||Noun||A lever that can be moved in two directions||Yes|
|slide||Noun||A valve that works by sliding, such as in a trombone||Yes|
|slide||Noun||A transparent image, to be projected onto a screen||Yes|
|slide||Noun||The act of dropping down and skidding into a base in baseball||Yes|
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