|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|lamb||Noun||A young sheep, of up to one year of age||Yes|
|lamb||Noun||The flesh of a lamb used as food||Yes|
|lamb||Noun||A person who is gentle, meek, innocent||Yes|
|lamb||Verb||Of a sheep, to give birth to a lamb||Yes|
|lamb||Verb||To assist sheep in giving birth to lambs||Yes|
|comb||Noun||A toothed implement for grooming the hair||Yes|
|comb||Noun||A fleshy growth on the top of the head of some birds and reptiles: crest||Yes|
|comb||Verb||To groom the hair with a toothed implement||Yes|
|comb||Verb||To search thoroughly as if raking over an area with a comb||Yes|
|tomb||Noun||A small building for the remains of the dead||Yes|
|dumb||Adjective||Unable to speak; lacking power of speech||Yes|
|dumb||Adjective||Describing something, especially a person, that is extremely stupid||Yes|
|dumb||Adjective||Describing something unintellectual||Yes|
|dumb||Adjective||Pointless, or serving to create more problems than it solves||Yes|
|dumb||Verb||To make stupid||Yes|
|dumb||Verb||To represent as stupid||Yes|
|dumb||Verb||To reduce the intellectual demands of||Yes|
|numb||Adjective||Without the power of sensation and motion or feeling, insensible||Yes|
|bomb||Noun||A device filled with explosives used for destroying things||Yes|
|bomb||Noun||A failure; an unpopular commercial product||Yes|
|bomb||Verb||To attack something by using one or more bombs; to bombard||Yes|
|bomb||Verb||To fail spectacularly||Yes|
|crumb||Noun||A small piece of cake, bread, etc. that has broken off||Yes|
|crumb||Noun||A small particle or amount of anything; fragment; bit||Yes|
|crumb||Noun||The soft inner portion of a bread surrounded by crust||Yes|
|crumb||Noun||A contemptible, untrustworthy, or worthless person||Yes|
|crumb||Verb||To break into crumbs or small fragments||Yes|
|thumb||Noun||The short thick digit of the human hand that has the most mobility and can be made to oppose all of the other fingers||Yes|
|thumb||Verb||To touch with the thumb||Yes|
|thumb||Verb||To turn the pages of a book, etc. in order to read it briefly||Yes|
|debt||Noun||An action, state of mind, or object one has an obligation to perform for another, or give to another||Yes|
|debt||Noun||The state or condition of owing something to another||Yes|
|debt||Noun||Money that one person or entity owes or is required to pay to another, generally as a result of a loan or other financial transaction||Yes|
|doubt||Verb||To lack confidence in; to disbelieve, question, or suspect||Yes|
|psalm||Noun||A sacred song; a poetic composition for use in the praise or worship of God||Yes|
|debtor||Noun||A person or firm that owes money; one in debt; one who owes a debt||Yes|
|debtor||Noun||One who owes another anything, or is under obligation, arising from express agreement, implication of law, etc., to pay money or to fulfill some other obligation||Yes|
|doubtful||Adjective||Subject to, or causing doubt||Yes|
|doubtful||Adjective||Experiencing or showing doubt||Yes|
|doubtful||Adjective||Undecided, or of uncertain outcome||Yes|
|doubtful||Adjective||Improbable or unlikely||Yes|
|doubtful||Adjective||Suspicious, or of questionable character||Yes|
|subtle||Adjective||Hard to grasp; not obvious or easily understood; barely noticeable||Yes|
|subtle||Adjective||Cleverly contrived; Skillful||Yes|
|subtle||Adjective||Cunning, sly, crafty||Yes|
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