|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|balcony||Noun||An accessible structure extending from a building, especially outside a window||Yes|
|balcony||Noun||An accessible structure overlooking a stage||Yes|
|cavity||Noun||A hole or hollow depression||Yes|
|cavity||Noun||A hollow area within the body, such as the sinuses||Yes|
|cavity||Noun||A soft area in a decayed tooth||Yes|
|faculty||Noun||The teachers, instructors, and administrators of a university, college, or school||Yes|
|faculty||Noun||A division or department of learning in a university, such as medicine or law||Yes|
|faculty||Noun||An ability, skill, or power||Yes|
|gravity||Noun||The force of attraction between all masses in the universe; especially the attraction of the Earth's mass for bodies near its surface||Yes|
|gravity||Noun||Gravitation, universal force exercised by two bodies onto each other||Yes|
|malady||Noun||Any ailment or disease of the human body; especially, a lingering or deep-seated disorder||Yes|
|malady||Noun||A moral or mental defect or disorder||Yes|
|vanity||Noun||Excessive pride in or admiration of one's own appearance or achievements||Yes|
|vanity||Noun||A dressing table used to apply makeup, groom, and style hair.||Yes|
|amputate||Verb||To surgically remove a part of the body, especially a limb||Yes|
|absolute||Adjective||Unlimited; uncontrolled; unrestricted; unconditional, such as absolute power, absolute authority||Yes|
|absolute||Adjective||Complete in itself; perfect; faultless||Yes|
|absolute||Adjective||Viewed apart from modifying influences or without comparison with other objects; actual; real||Yes|
|absolute||Adjective||Unconnected by dependence on any other being; self-existent; self-sufficient||Yes|
|absolute||Adjective||Capable of being thought or conceived by itself alone||Yes|
|absolute||Adjective||Positive; clear; certain; not doubtful||Yes|
|absolute||Adjective||Pure; unmixed, as in absolute alcohol||Yes|
|altitude||Noun||The height measured from sea level up to any given point||Yes|
|altitude||Noun||A distance measured upwards||Yes|
|ambulance||Noun||An emergency vehicle that transports sick or injured people to a hospital||Yes|
|delicate||Adjective||Easily damaged, or requiring careful handling||Yes|
|delicate||Adjective||Characterized by a fine structure or thin lines||Yes|
|delicate||Adjective||Intended for delicate items||Yes|
|delicate||Noun||A delicate item of clothing||Yes|
|desolate||Adjective||Deserted and devoid of inhabitants||Yes|
|desolate||Adjective||Barren and lifeless||Yes|
|desolate||Adjective||Made unfit for habitation or use||Yes|
|desolate||Adjective||Sad, forlorn, and hopeless||Yes|
|desolate||Verb||To deprive somewhere of inhabitants; to abandon or forsake something; to make someone sad, forlorn, and hopeless||Yes|
|devastate||Verb||To ruin many or all things over a large area, such as most or all buildings of a city, cities of a region, or trees of a forest||Yes|
|devastate||Verb||To overwhelm; stun||Yes|
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