|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|flung||Verb||Past tense of fling||Yes|
|swine||Noun||Any of various omnivorous ungulate animals such as the pig and boar.||Yes|
|swine||Noun||A worthless or inferior person||Yes|
|swine||Noun||Plural form of pig||Yes|
|snore||Verb||To breathe during sleep with harsh, snorting noises caused by vibration of the soft palate||Yes|
|snore||Noun||The act of snoring, and the noise produced||Yes|
|charge||Noun||Someone or something entrusted to one's care, for example, a child to a babysitter||Yes|
|charge||Noun||A load or burden||Yes|
|charge||Noun||The amount of money levied for a service||Yes|
|charge||Noun||A sudden and violent attack||Yes|
|charge||Noun||An electric charge||Yes|
|charge||Verb||To place a burden upon||Yes|
|charge||Verb||To assign a duty to||Yes|
|charge||Verb||To formally accuse of a crime||Yes|
|charge||Verb||To assign a debit to an account||Yes|
|charge||Verb||To pay using a credit card||Yes|
|charge||Verb||To cause to take on an electric charge||Yes|
|charge||Verb||To move forward quickly and forcefully, particularly in combat, on horseback, or both||Yes|
|charge||Verb||To attack by moving forward quickly in a group||Yes|
|tinge||Noun||A small amount of something, especially of an added color||Yes|
|tinge||Noun||The degree of vividness of a color; shade, hue, or tint||Yes|
|tinge||Verb||To add a small amount of color; to tint||Yes|
|goose||Noun||A grazing waterfowl bigger than a duck||Yes|
|goose||Verb||To pinch someone's buttock||Yes|
|wealth||Noun||A great amount; an abundance or plenty, usually of money||Yes|
|wealth||Noun||Power, of the kind associated with a great deal of money||Yes|
|screw||Noun||A metal fastener having a tapered shank with a spiral-shaped thread||Yes|
|screw||Noun||A ship's propeller||Yes|
|screw||Verb||To connect or assemble pieces using a screw or screws||Yes|
|flake||Noun||A small, flat, thin piece, especially one that has been or has become detached from a larger piece or mass||Yes|
|flake||Noun||Any small piece or mass||Yes|
|flake||Noun||A person who is flighty, unreliable, or impractical||Yes|
|flake||Verb||To break or chip off in a thin, flat piece||Yes|
|flake||Verb||To prove unreliable or impractical; to abandon or desert; to fail to follow through||Yes|
|flash||Verb||To briefly illuminate a scene, location, etc.||Yes|
|flash||Verb||To blink; to shine or illuminate intermittently||Yes|
|flash||Verb||To be visible briefly||Yes|
|flash||Verb||To make visible briefly||Yes|
|flash||Verb||To expose one's naked body in public briefly||Yes|
|flash||Noun||A sudden, short, temporary burst of light||Yes|
|flash||Noun||A very short amount of time||Yes|
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