|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|flaw||Noun||A crack; a gap; a defect of continuity||Yes|
|flaw||Noun||A defect, fault, or imperfection, especially on that is hidden||Yes|
|flaw||Noun||A defect or error in a contract or other document which may make the document invalid||Yes|
|flaw||Verb||To add a flaw to, to make imperfect or defective||Yes|
|flaw||Verb||To become imperfect or defective||Yes|
|loaf||Noun||A block of bread after baking; a loaf of bread||Yes|
|loaf||Noun||Any solid block of food, such as meat or bread||Yes|
|loaf||Noun||A solid block of soap, from which standard bars are cut||Yes|
|loaf||Verb||To do nothing, to be idle||Yes|
|crawl||Verb||To creep; to move slowly on hands and knees, or by dragging the body along the ground||Yes|
|crawl||Verb||To move forward slowly, with frequent stops||Yes|
|crawl||Verb||To act in a slave-like manner||Yes|
|crawl||Verb||To be full; to be covered or swarming with||Yes|
|crawl||Verb||To feel a swarming sensation||Yes|
|crawl||Verb||To swim using the crawl stroke||Yes|
|crawl||Noun||The act of moving slowly on hands and knees, etc., or with frequent stops||Yes|
|crawl||Noun||A rapid swimming stroke with alternate overarm strokes and a fluttering kick||Yes|
|flank||Noun||The flesh between the last rib and the hip; the side||Yes|
|flank||Noun||A cut of meat from the flank of an animal||Yes|
|flank||Noun||The side of a military formation||Yes|
|flank||Noun||A side of something||Yes|
|flank||Verb||To attack the flanks of something||Yes|
|flank||Verb||To defend the flanks of something||Yes|
|flank||Verb||To place to the sides of something||Yes|
|flank||Verb||To be placed to the sides of something||Yes|
|quench||Verb||To satisfy, especially an actual or figurative thirst||Yes|
|quench||Verb||To extinguish or put out a fire or light, etc.||Yes|
|quench||Verb||To cool rapidly by dipping into a bath of coolant, as a blacksmith quenching a hot iron||Yes|
|thrift||Noun||The characteristic of using a minimum of something especially money||Yes|
|flange||Noun||An external or internal rib or rim, used either to add strength or to hold something in place||Yes|
|flesh||Noun||The soft tissue of the body, especially muscle and fat||Yes|
|flesh||Noun||Animal tissue, especially animal tissue used as food||Yes|
|flesh||Noun||The human body as a physical entity||Yes|
|flesh||Noun||The skin of a human or animal||Yes|
|flesh||Noun||The soft, often edible, parts of fruits or vegetables||Yes|
|flesh||Noun||A yellowish-pink color; the color of some human skin||Yes|
|twelve||Noun||The cardinal number occurring after eleven and before thirteen||Yes|
|twelve||Adjective||Describing a set or group with twelve components||Yes|
|scale||Noun||An ordered numerical sequence used for measurement||Yes|
|scale||Noun||The ratio of depicted distance to actual distance||Yes|
|scale||Noun||A means of assigning a magnitude||Yes|
|scale||Noun||A series of notes spanning an octave, used to make melodies||Yes|
|scale||Noun||A device for measuring the mass or weight of an object||Yes|
|scale||Verb||To change the size of, maintaining proportion||Yes|
|scale||Verb||To climb a wall, mountain, etc.||Yes|
|scale||Noun||Part of an overlapping arrangement of many small, flat, and hard pieces of keratin covering the skin of an animal, particularly a fish or reptile||Yes|
|scale||Noun||A small piece of pigmented chitin, many of which coat the wings of a butterfly or moth to give them their color||Yes|
|scale||Noun||A flake of skin of an animal afflicted with inflammation of the skin||Yes|
|scale||Verb||To remove the scales of||Yes|
|scale||Verb||To become scaly; to produce or develop scales||Yes|
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