|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|blunder||Noun||A clumsy or embarrassing mistake||Yes|
|blunder||Verb||To make a stupid mistake||Yes|
|blunder||Verb||To move blindly or clumsily||Yes|
|bluster||Noun||Pompous, offensively intrusive or interfering talk||Yes|
|bluster||Noun||A gust of wind||Yes|
|bluster||Noun||Fitful noise and violence||Yes|
|custom||Noun||Frequent repetition of the same act; way of acting common to many; ordinary manner||Yes|
|custom||Adjective||Made in a different way from usual; specially to fit one's needs||Yes|
|cutler||Noun||One whose business is making or dealing in cutlery||Yes|
|cutter||Noun||A person or device that cuts||Yes|
|summer||Noun||One of four seasons, traditionally the second, marked by the longest and typically hottest days of the year due to the tilt of the Earth||Yes|
|summer||Verb||To spend the summer, as in the particular place on holiday||Yes|
|shudder||Noun||A shivering tremor||Yes|
|shudder||Noun||A moment of almost pleasurable fear; an experience of intense excitement||Yes|
|shudder||Verb||To shake nervously, as if from fear||Yes|
|shudder||Verb||To vibrate jerkily||Yes|
|thunder||Noun||The sound caused by the discharge of atmospheric electrical charge||Yes|
|thunder||Noun||A sound resembling thunder||Yes|
|thunder||Noun||A deep, rumbling noise||Yes|
|thunder||Verb||To make a noise like thunder||Yes|
|thunder||Verb||To talk with a loud, threatening voice||Yes|
|thunder||Verb||To say something with a loud, threatening voice||Yes|
|tumbler||Noun||One who tumbles; one who plays tricks by various motions of the body; an acrobat||Yes|
|tumbler||Noun||A movable obstruction in a lock, consisting of a lever, latch, wheel, slide, etc., which must be adjusted to a particular position by a key before the bolt can be thrown in locking or unlocking||Yes|
|tumbler||Noun||A drinking glass, without a foot or stem, having a flat, often thick bottom||Yes|
|tumbler||Noun||The drum of a clothes dryer||Yes|
|ulcer||Noun||An open sore of the skin, eyes, or mucous membrane, often caused by initial abrasion and generally maintained by an inflammation and/or an infection||Yes|
|under||Preposition||In a lower level than||Yes|
|under||Preposition||To be a subject of||Yes|
|under||Preposition||To be less than||Yes|
|under||Preposition||Below the surface of||Yes|
|under||Adverb||In a way, lower or less than||Yes|
|under||Adverb||In a way, inferior to||Yes|
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