|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|mass||Noun||The ceremony of holy communion||Yes|
|mass||Noun||A quantity of matter cohering together so as to make one body, usually of considerable size||Yes|
|mass||Noun||A large quantity; a sum||Yes|
|mass||Noun||Bulk; magnitude; body; size||Yes|
|mass||Noun||The principal part; the main body||Yes|
|mass||Noun||The quantity of matter which a body contains, irrespective of its bulk or volume. It is one of four fundamental properties of matter||Yes|
|mass||Verb||To form or collect into a mass; to bring together into masses; to assemble||Yes|
|class||Noun||A group, collection, category, or set sharing characteristics or attributes||Yes|
|class||Noun||A social grouping, based on job, wealth, etc.||Yes|
|class||Noun||The division of society into classes||Yes|
|class||Noun||A division based on quality, rank, or grade||Yes|
|class||Noun||Admirable behavior; elegance||Yes|
|class||Noun||A group of students in a regularly scheduled meeting with a teacher||Yes|
|class||Noun||A series of classes covering a single subject||Yes|
|class||Noun||A group of students who commenced or completed their education during a particular year.||Yes|
|class||Noun||A category of seats in an airplane, train, or other means of mass transportation||Yes|
|class||Noun||A rank in the classification of organisms, below phylum and above order; a taxon of that rank||Yes|
|class||Verb||To assign to a class||Yes|
|vast||Adjective||Very large or wide in area or extent||Yes|
|vast||Adjective||Of very great size or proportions; huge; enormous||Yes|
|vast||Adjective||Very great in number, quantity, amount, etc.||Yes|
|vast||Adjective||Very great in degree, intensity, etc.||Yes|
|task||Noun||A piece of work done as part of one's duties||Yes|
|task||Noun||A difficult or tedious undertaking||Yes|
|task||Noun||An objective; a function to be performed||Yes|
|task||Noun||A process or execution of a program||Yes|
|task||Verb||To assign a task to, or impose a task on||Yes|
|chance||Noun||An opportunity or possibility||Yes|
|chance||Noun||Random occurrence; luck||Yes|
|chance||Noun||The probability of something happening||Yes|
|chance||Verb||To try or risk||Yes|
|chance||Verb||To discover something by chance||Yes|
|passport||Noun||An official document which proves the identity and nationality of the person for whom it was issued||Yes|
|master||Noun||Someone who has control over something or someone||Yes|
|master||Noun||Owner of an animal or slave||Yes|
|master||Noun||The captain of a merchant ship; a master mariner||Yes|
|master||Noun||Someone who employs others||Yes|
|master||Noun||An expert at something||Yes|
|master||Noun||A tradesman who is qualified to teach apprentices||Yes|
|master||Noun||A skilled artist||Yes|
|master||Noun||A courtesy title of a man; mister||Yes|
|master||Noun||A courtesy title for a boy||Yes|
|master||Noun||The original of a document or of a recording||Yes|
|master||Adjective||Main, principal, or predominant||Yes|
|master||Verb||To be a master||Yes|
|master||Verb||To learn to a high degree of proficiency||Yes|
|grafted||Verb||Past tense of graft||Yes|
|gasp||Noun||A short, sudden intake of breath||Yes|
|gasp||Verb||To draw in the breath suddenly, as if from a shock||Yes|
|gasp||Verb||To breathe laboriously or convulsively||Yes|
|gasp||Verb||To speak in a breathless manner||Yes|
|chant||Verb||To sing, especially without instruments||Yes|
|chant||Noun||A type of singing done generally without instruments and harmony||Yes|
|prance||Verb||To spring forwards on the hind legs||Yes|
|prance||Noun||The act of prancing||Yes|
|advantage||Noun||Any condition, circumstance, opportunity, or means, particularly favorable to success, or to any desired end; benefit||Yes|
|advantage||Noun||Superiority of state or means, or that which gives it; benefit; gain; profit||Yes|
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