|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|emulate||Verb||To copy or imitate, especially a person||Yes|
|hesitate||Verb||To stop or pause respecting decision or action; to be in suspense or uncertainty as to a determination||Yes|
|hesitate||Verb||To stammer; to falter in speaking||Yes|
|hesitate||Verb||To utter with hesitation or to intimate by a reluctant matter||Yes|
|meditate||Verb||To sit or lie down and come to a deep rest while still remaining conscious||Yes|
|petrify||Verb||To harden organic matter by permeating with water and depositing dissolved minerals||Yes|
|petrify||Verb||To produce rigidness similar to stone||Yes|
|petrify||Verb||To immobilize with fright||Yes|
|resolute||Adjective||Firm, unyielding, determined||Yes|
|liberate||Verb||To free; to release from restraint or imprisonment; to set at liberty||Yes|
|indicate||Verb||To point out; to discover; to show; to make known||Yes|
|indicate||Verb||To signal in a vehicle the desire to turn right or left||Yes|
|indicate||Verb||To investigate the condition of, by means of an indicator||Yes|
|intimate||Adjective||Closely acquainted; familiar||Yes|
|intimate||Adjective||Characterized by or suggesting privacy or intimacy||Yes|
|intimate||Adjective||Worn next to the skin, under the clothes||Yes|
|intimate||Noun||A close friend or associate||Yes|
|intimate||Verb||To suggest or disclose discreetly||Yes|
|intimate||Verb||To indicate or make known indirectly; to imply or suggest; hint||Yes|
|irritate||Verb||To provoke impatience, anger, or displeasure||Yes|
|irritate||Verb||To introduce irritability||Yes|
|irritate||Verb||To cause or induce displeasure or irritation||Yes|
|litigate||Verb||To make the subject of a lawsuit||Yes|
|litigate||Verb||To carry on a lawsuit||Yes|
|litigate||Verb||To engage in legal proceedings||Yes|
|stipulate||Verb||To require something as a condition of a contract or agreement||Yes|
|stipulate||Verb||To specify, promise, or guarantee something in an agreement||Yes|
|stipulate||Verb||To acknowledge the truth of; not to challenge||Yes|
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