|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|tall||Adjective||Having its top a long way up; having a great verticalextent; high||Yes|
|tall||Adjective||Having a vertical extent greater than the average||Yes|
|tall||Adjective||Hard to believe||Yes|
|wart||Noun||A small, often hard, and abnormal type of growth on the skin, usually caused by infection with certain viruses and occurring typically on the hands or feet||Yes|
|awe||Noun||A feeling of fear and reverence||Yes|
|awe||Noun||A feeling of amazement||Yes|
|awe||Verb||To inspire with fear and reverence||Yes|
|awe||Verb||To control by inspiring dread||Yes|
|default||Noun||The condition of failing to meet an obligation||Yes|
|default||Noun||A loss incurred by failing to compete||Yes|
|default||Noun||A value used when none has been given, for example||Yes|
|default||Verb||To fail to meet an obligation||Yes|
|default||Verb||To lose a competition by failing to compete||Yes|
|default||Verb||To assume a value when none was given||Yes|
|defraud||Verb||To obtain money or property by fraud; to swindle||Yes|
|assault||Noun||A violent onset or attack with physical means, such as blows, weapons, etc.; the rush or charge of an attacking force||Yes|
|assault||Noun||A violent onset or attack with moral weapons, such as words, arguments, appeals, etc.||Yes|
|assault||Noun||An apparently violent attempt, or willful offer with force or violence, to hurt another||Yes|
|assault||Noun||An intentional threat, show of force or movement that causes a reasonable fear, or an actual physical contact||Yes|
|assault||Verb||To attack, threaten, or harass||Yes|
|drawl||Noun||A way of speaking slowly while lengthening vowel sounds and running words together||Yes|
|drawl||Verb||To speak with a drawl||Yes|
|pawn||Noun||The most common chess piece, each side having eight.||Yes|
|pawn||Noun||Someone who is being manipulated or used to some end, usually not the end that individual would prefer||Yes|
|pawn||Noun||A type of shop that allows someone to buy and sell used items||Yes|
|pawn||Noun||An item sold to a pawn shop||Yes|
|pawn||Noun||An instance of selling to a pawn shop||Yes|
|pawn||Verb||To sell something to a pawn shop||Yes|
|sprawl||Verb||To sit with the limbs spread out||Yes|
|sprawl||Verb||To spread out in a disorderly fashion; to stray or wander about||Yes|
|sprawl||Noun||An clumsy sprawling posture||Yes|
|sprawl||Noun||A straggling haphazard chaotic growth, especially of housing on the edge of a city||Yes|
|warmth||Noun||A moderate degree of heat; the sensation of being warm||Yes|
|warmth||Noun||Friendliness, kindness, or affection||Yes|
|audience||Noun||A group of people seeing a performance||Yes|
|audience||Noun||The readership of a written publication||Yes|
|audience||Noun||A following; a group of attendants or admirers||Yes|
|plausible||Adjective||Seemingly or apparently valid, likely, or acceptable; credible||Yes|
|plausible||Adjective||Worthy of being applauded; praiseworthy; commendable||Yes|
|plausible||Adjective||Specifically pleasing; apparently right||Yes|
|plausible||Adjective||Using factual arguments or discourse||Yes|
|talkative||Adjective||Tending to talk a lot||Yes|
|talkative||Adjective||Speaking openly and honestly, neglecting privacy and consequences||Yes|
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