|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|term||Noun||One of two or more divisions of a school year, during which instruction is regularly provided||Yes|
|term||Verb||To phrase a certain way, especially with an unusual wording||Yes|
|pearl||Adjective||Of, or pertaining to, pearl or pearls; made of pearls, or of mother-of-pearl||Yes|
|pearl||Adjective||Resembling a pearl in form or color||Yes|
|pearl||Adjective||Set with a pearl or pearls or covered or inlaid with pearls or mother-of-pearl||Yes|
|pearl||Noun||A smooth, rounded bead formed within the shells of certain mollusks and composed of the mineral aragonite or calcite in a matrix, deposited in concentric layers as a protective coating around an irritating foreign object: valued as a gem when lustrous and finely covered.||Yes|
|pearl||Noun||Something precious or choice; the finest example of anything||Yes|
|err||Verb||To go astray in thought or belief; be mistaken; be incorrect||Yes|
|err||Verb||To violate accepted moral standards; sin||Yes|
|learn||Verb||To acquire, or attempt to acquire knowledge or an ability to do something||Yes|
|learn||Verb||To attend a course or other educational activity||Yes|
|learn||Verb||To make use of a bad experience||Yes|
|learn||Verb||To improve, may be used in an order||Yes|
|learn||Verb||To be studying to take a driving test, etc., or to do a driving test, etc.||Yes|
|learn||Verb||To come to know; to become informed of; to find out||Yes|
|ermine||Noun||A weasel, found in northern latitudes; its dark brown fur turns white in winter||Yes|
|ermine||Noun||The white fur of this animal||Yes|
|ermine||Noun||A symbol of purity in poetry||Yes|
|early||Adjective||At a time in advance of the usual or expected event||Yes|
|early||Adjective||Arriving a time before expected; sooner than on time||Yes|
|early||Adjective||Near the start or beginning||Yes|
|early||Adverb||At a time before expected; sooner than usual||Yes|
|perfect||Adjective||Fitting its definition precisely||Yes|
|perfect||Adjective||Having all of its parts in harmony with a common purpose||Yes|
|perfect||Adjective||Thoroughly skilled or talented||Yes|
|perfect||Adjective||Excellent and delightful in all respects||Yes|
|perfect||Verb||To make perfect; to improve||Yes|
|mercer||Noun||A merchant dealing in fine cloth||Yes|
|terse||Adjective||Brief, concise, to the point||Yes|
|terse||Adjective||Abruptly or rudely short||Yes|
|merge||Verb||Combine or be combined into a whole||Yes|
|merge||Verb||Blend gradually into something else||Yes|
|yearn||Verb||To have a strong, melancholy desire for something||Yes|
|swerve||Verb||To stray; to wander||Yes|
|swerve||Verb||To go out of a straight line; to deflect||Yes|
|swerve||Verb||To wander from any line prescribed, or from a rule or duty; to depart from what is established by law, duty, custom, etc.; to deviate||Yes|
|swerve||Verb||To bend; to incline||Yes|
|swerve||Verb||To climb or move upward by winding or turning||Yes|
|swerve||Verb||To turn aside||Yes|
|personal||Adjective||Pertaining to human beings as distinct from things||Yes|
|personal||Adjective||Of, or pertaining to, a particular person; relating to, or affecting, an individual, or each of many individuals; proper to private||Yes|
|personal||Adjective||Pertaining to the external or bodily appearance||Yes|
|personal||Adjective||Done in person; without the intervention of another||Yes|
|personal||Adjective||Relating to an individual, his character, conduct, motives, or private affairs, in an envious and offensive manner||Yes|
|merchandise||Noun||Manufactured goods offered for sale||Yes|
|merchandise||Verb||To engage in the trade of; to buy and sell; deal in||Yes|
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