Vocabulary Exercise: Definitions

List Number: 10397

Vocabulary
Vocabulary Practice
  • Word * Part of Speech Definition Audio Available?
    prime Adjective First in time, order, or sequence Yes
    prime Adjective First in excellence, quality, or value Yes
    prime Adjective First in importance, degree, or rank Yes
    prime Noun The earliest stage Yes
    prime Noun The most active, thriving, or successful stage or period Yes
    prime Noun The chief or best individual or part Yes
    prime Noun The first note or tone of a musical scale Yes
    prime Noun A prime element of a mathematical structure, particularly a prime number Yes
    prime Verb To prepare a mechanism for its main work Yes
    prime Verb To apply a coat of primer paint to Yes
    brawn Noun Strong, well-developed muscles or lean flesh, especially of the arm, leg, or thumb Yes
    brawn Noun Physical strength; muscularity Yes
    brick Noun A hardened block of mud, clay, etc. used for building Yes
    brick Noun Considered collectively as a building material Yes
    brick Noun A mobile phone, especially one that is large and/or heavy relative to current models Yes
    brick Adjective Made of brick Yes
    green Adjective Having green as its color Yes
    green Adjective Sickly, unwell Yes
    green Adjective Inexperienced Yes
    green Adjective Environmentally friendly Yes
    green Adjective Overcome with envy Yes
    green Adjective Unripe, said of certain fruits that change color when they ripen Yes
    green Noun The color between yellow and blue in the visible spectrum Yes
    green Noun A member of the green party; an environmentalist Yes
    green Noun A putting green, the part of a golf course near the hole Yes
    green Verb To make something green, to turn something green Yes
    green Verb To become environmentally aware Yes
    green Verb To make something environmentally friendly Yes
    chest Noun A box, now usually a large strong box with a secure lid Yes
    chest Noun A chest of drawers Yes
    chest Noun The portion of the human body from the base of the neck to the top of the abdomen Yes
    space Noun An area occupied by or intended for a person or thing Yes
    space Noun An area or volume of sufficient size to accommodate a person or thing Yes
    space Noun The area beyond the atmosphere of planets that consists of a vacuum Yes
    space Noun A gap between written characters; blank Yes
    space Noun A piece of type used to separate words Yes
    space Noun One's personal freedom to think or be oneself Yes
    space Noun The state of mind one is in when daydreaming Yes
    space Verb To be separated to a distance Yes
    crank Noun An ill-tempered or nasty person Yes
    crank Noun Any arm or lever for imparting rotary or oscillatory motion to a rotating shaft Yes
    crank Noun The act of converting power into motion, by turning a crankshaft Yes
    crank Verb To turn a crank Yes
    crank Verb To cause to turn via other means, as though turned by a crank Yes
    crank Verb To act in a cranky manner; to behave unreasonably and irritably Yes
    crank Verb To produce or present a desired object Yes
    limp Noun An irregular, jerky, or awkward manner of walking Yes
    limp Verb To walk ineffectively, as if favoring one leg Yes
    limp Adjective Flaccid; flabby, as flesh Yes
    limp Adjective Lacking stiffness; flimsy Yes
    chess Noun A two-player board game played with a board of eight rows of eight squares of alternating colors Yes
    finch Noun A seed-eating perching bird, native chiefly to the northern hemisphere, and usually having a cone-shaped beak Yes

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