|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|gain||Noun||The act of gaining||Yes|
|gain||Noun||What one gains, as a return on investment or dividend||Yes|
|gain||Verb||To acquire possession of what one did not have before||Yes|
|nail||Noun||The thin, horny plate at the ends of fingers and toes on humans and some animals||Yes|
|nail||Noun||A spike-shaped metal fastener used for joining wood or similar materials||Yes|
|nail||Verb||To employ a nail as a fastener to join objects||Yes|
|nail||Verb||Expose as a sham||Yes|
|nail||Verb||Accomplish something completely and successfully||Yes|
|nail||Verb||Hit a target effectively with some weapon||Yes|
|trail||Verb||To follow behind someone or something; to tail someone or something||Yes|
|trail||Verb||To drag something behind on the ground||Yes|
|trail||Verb||To leave a trail of||Yes|
|trail||Noun||The track followed by a hunter||Yes|
|trail||Noun||A route for travel over land, especially a narrow, unpaved route for use by hikers, horse riders, etc.||Yes|
|aim||Noun||The pointing of a weapon, such as a gun, a dart, an arrow, or an object, in the line of direction with the object intended to be struck; in the line of fire||Yes|
|aim||Noun||The point intended to be hit, or object intended to be attained or affected||Yes|
|aim||Noun||Something intended or desired to be attained by one's efforts; purpose||Yes|
|aim||Verb||To point or direct a firearm, ball, arrow, rocket, etc. to hit an intended target or travel along a certain path||Yes|
|aim||Verb||To direct the intention or purpose; to attempt the accomplishment of a purpose; to try to gain||Yes|
|aim||Verb||To strive; to try||Yes|
|aim||Verb||To direct efforts, as toward an object||Yes|
|maim||Verb||To wound seriously; to cause permanent loss of function of a limb||Yes|
|train||Noun||A line of connected cars or carriages pushed or pulled by one or more locomotives, especially a railroad train which travels on a set of tracks||Yes|
|train||Noun||A group of animals, vehicles, or people that follow one another in a line, such as a wagon train; a caravan or procession||Yes|
|train||Noun||A sequence of events or ideas which are interconnected, such as a train of events or a train of thought||Yes|
|train||Noun||A set of interconnected mechanical parts, like the drive train of a car||Yes|
|train||Noun||That which is drawn along, like the part of a gown which trails behind the wearer, such as the train of a wedding dress||Yes|
|train||Verb||To practice an ability||Yes|
|train||Verb||To teach a task||Yes|
|train||Verb||To improve one's fitness||Yes|
|train||Verb||To proceed in sequence||Yes|
|strain||Noun||A particular breed or race of animal, microbe, etc.||Yes|
|strain||Noun||Hereditary character, quality, or disposition||Yes|
|strain||Noun||The amount by which a material deforms under stress or force||Yes|
|strain||Verb||To exert or struggle to do something, especially to stretch too far||Yes|
|strain||Verb||To apply a force or forces to||Yes|
|strain||Verb||To tighten the strings of a musical instrument; to uplift one's voice||Yes|
|strain||Verb||To separate solid from liquid by passing through a strainer or colander||Yes|
|chain||Noun||A series of interconnected rings or links usually made of metal||Yes|
|chain||Noun||A series of interconnected things||Yes|
|chain||Noun||A series of stores or businesses with the same brand name, such as restaurant chains||Yes|
|chain||Verb||To fasten something with a chain||Yes|
|chain||Verb||To link multiple items together||Yes|
|chain||Verb||To secure someone or something with chains||Yes|
|paint||Noun||A substance that is applied as a liquid or paste, and dries into a solid coating that protects or adds color to an object or surface to which it has been applied||Yes|
|paint||Noun||A set of containers or blocks of paint of different colors, used for painting pictures||Yes|
|paint||Verb||To apply paint to||Yes|
|paint||Verb||To apply in the manner that paint is applied||Yes|
|paint||Verb||To create an image with paints||Yes|
|paint||Verb||To practice the art of painting pictures||Yes|
|quaint||Adjective||Having old-fashioned charm||Yes|
|quaint||Adjective||Strange or odd in an interesting, pleasing, or amusing way||Yes|
|quaint||Adjective||Highly inappropriate or illogical; naive, unreasonable||Yes|
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