|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|ebb||Noun||The receding movement of the ocean tide||Yes|
|ebb||Noun||A gradual decline||Yes|
|ebb||Noun||Low state, state of depression||Yes|
|ebb||Verb||Flow back or recede||Yes|
|ebb||Verb||Fall away or decline||Yes|
|fret||Verb||To gnaw, consume, eat away||Yes|
|fret||Verb||To chafe or irritate; to worry||Yes|
|fret||Verb||To worry or be anxious||Yes|
|fret||Noun||One of the pieces of metal, wood, or plastic across the neck of a guitar or other musical instrument that marks note positions for fingering||Yes|
|them||Pronoun||Third person plural pronoun used after a preposition or as the object of a verb||Yes|
|them||Pronoun||Third person singular pronoun of indeterminate or irrelevant gender||Yes|
|penny||Noun||A bronze coin, worth 1/100th of the dollars of various nations; one cent. Abbreviation: ?||Yes|
|penny||Noun||A sum of money||Yes|
|second||Noun||One-sixtieth of a minute||Yes|
|second||Noun||A short, indeterminate amount of time||Yes|
|second||Noun||The second gear of an engine||Yes|
|second||Noun||Second base in baseball||Yes|
|second||Number||Number two; following immediately after the first one||Yes|
|second||Number||That which comes after the first||Yes|
|second||Verb||To agree as a second person to a proposal, usually to reach a necessary quorumof two||Yes|
|tender||Adjective||Acutely or painfully sensitive||Yes|
|tender||Adjective||Soft or delicate in substance; not hard or tough||Yes|
|tender||Adjective||Fond, loving, gentle, sweet||Yes|
|tender||Adjective||Young or immature||Yes|
|tender||Adjective||Easily moved to sympathy or compassion; kind||Yes|
|tender||Adjective||Of a delicate or ticklish nature; requiring careful or tactful handling||Yes|
|tender||Noun||A person who tends; a person who attends to or takes charge of someone or something||Yes|
|tender||Noun||A means of payment such as a check, cash, or credit card||Yes|
|tender||Noun||A formal offer, as of money or goods, in payment or satisfaction of a debt or other obligation||Yes|
|tender||Verb||To make tender; tenderize||Yes|
|tender||Verb||To offer, to give||Yes|
|tender||Verb||To offer a payment, as at sales or auctions||Yes|
|sledge||Noun||A heavy, long-handled maul or hammer used to drive stakes, wedges, etc.||Yes|
|sledge||Verb||To hit with a sledgehammer||Yes|
|sledge||Noun||A low sled drawn by animals, typically on snow, ice, or grass||Yes|
|sledge||Verb||To drag or draw a sledge||Yes|
|sledge||Verb||To ride, travel with, or transport in a sledge||Yes|
|spread||Verb||To draw, stretch, or open out, especially over a flat surface, as something rolled or folded||Yes|
|spread||Verb||To stretch out or unfurl in the air, as folded wings, a flag, etc.||Yes|
|spread||Verb||To distribute over a greater or a relatively great area of space or time||Yes|
|spread||Verb||To apply in a thin layer or coating||Yes|
|spread||Verb||To overlay or cover with something||Yes|
|spread||Verb||To set or prepare a table, as for a meal||Yes|
|spread||Verb||To scatter abroad; diffuse or disseminate, as knowledge, news, disease, etc.||Yes|
|spread||Noun||An act or instance of spreading||Yes|
|spread||Noun||A cloth covering for a bed, table, etc., especially a bedspread||Yes|
|spread||Noun||An abundance of food set out on a table; feast||Yes|
|spread||Noun||Any food preparation for spreading on bread, crackers, etc., such as jam or peanut butter||Yes|
|spread||Noun||An advertisement, photograph, article, etc., covering several columns, a full page, or two facing pages of a newspaper, magazine, book, etc||Yes|
|knelt||Verb||Past tense of to kneel - To go down or rest on one or both knees||Yes|
|enemy||Noun||Someone who is hostile to, feels hatred towards, opposes the interests of, or intends injury to someone else||Yes|
|enemy||Noun||A hostile force or nation; a fighting member of such a force or nation||Yes|
|enemy||Adjective||Of, relating to, or belonging to a foe.||Yes|
|recognize||Verb||To match something or someone which one currently perceives to a memory of some previous encounter with the same entity||Yes|
|recognize||Verb||Acknowledge the existence or legality of something; treat as worthy of consideration or valid||Yes|
|recognize||Verb||Realize or discover the nature of something; apprehend quality in; realize or admit that||Yes|
|recognize||Verb||Give an award||Yes|
|memory||Noun||The ability of an organism to record information about things or events with the facility of recalling them later at will||Yes|
|memory||Noun||A record of a thing or an event stored and available for later use by the organism||Yes|
|memory||Noun||That part of a computer that stores variable executable code or data||Yes|
|memory||Noun||This part of a computer considered as a resource||Yes|
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