|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|sting||Noun||A bump left on the skin after having been stung||Yes|
|sting||Noun||A bite by an insect||Yes|
|sting||Noun||A sharp, localized pain primarily on the outer layer of skin||Yes|
|sting||Noun||A police operation in which the police pretend to be criminals in order to catch a criminal||Yes|
|sting||Noun||A short percussive phrased played by a drummer to accent the punchline in a comedy show||Yes|
|sting||Noun||A brief sequence of music used in films and TV as a form of punctuation in a dramatic or comedic scene||Yes|
|sting||Verb||To hurt, usually by introducing poison or a sharp point||Yes|
|sting||Verb||Of an insect, to bite||Yes|
|bliss||Noun||Perfect happiness; utter joy or contentment||Yes|
|bliss||Noun||The joy of heaven; the ecstasy of salvation; spiritual joy||Yes|
|inch||Noun||A unit of length equal to one-twelfth of a foot and equivalent to 2.54 centimeters||Yes|
|inch||Noun||The amount of water which would cover a surface to the depth of an inch, used as a measurement of rainfall||Yes|
|inch||Noun||A very short distance||Yes|
|inch||Verb||To move very slowly in a particular direction||Yes|
|strip||Noun||A long, thin piece of a bigger item||Yes|
|strip||Noun||A series of drawings||Yes|
|strip||Noun||A landing runway for aircraft||Yes|
|strip||Noun||A street with multiple shopping or entertainment possibilities||Yes|
|strip||Verb||To remove or take away||Yes|
|strip||Verb||To completely take away, to plunder||Yes|
|strip||Verb||To remove the threads from a screw or the teeth from a gear||Yes|
|strip||Verb||To remove color from hair, cloth, etc. to prepare it to receive new color||Yes|
|pivot||Noun||A pin, point, or short shaft on the end of which something rests and turns, or upon and about which something rotates or oscillates||Yes|
|pivot||Noun||The end of a shaft or arbor, resting and turning in a bearing||Yes|
|pivot||Noun||Any thing or person on which something or someone functions or depends vitally||Yes|
|pivot||Noun||Turning about on one foot||Yes|
|pivot||Verb||To turn on or as on a pivot||Yes|
|pivot||Verb||To mount on, attach by, or provide with a pivot or pivots||Yes|
|splinter||Noun||A long, sharp fragment of material; often wood||Yes|
|splinter||Noun||A group that formed by splitting off from a larger membership||Yes|
|splinter||Verb||To break apart into splinters||Yes|
|splinter||Verb||To cause to break apart into splinters||Yes|
|tinder||Noun||Small dry sticks, etc., used to help light a fire||Yes|
|wicked||Adjective||Evil or mischievous by nature; morally bad in principle or practice; sinful; twisted||Yes|
|wicked||Adjective||Mischievous or playfully malicious||Yes|
|wicked||Adjective||Distressingly severe, as a storm, wound, or cold||Yes|
|wicked||Adjective||Unjustifiable; dreadful; beastly||Yes|
|wicked||Adjective||Having a bad disposition; ill-natured; mean||Yes|
|wicked||Adjective||Spiteful; malevolent; vicious||Yes|
|wicked||Adjective||Extremely troublesome or dangerous||Yes|
|wicked||Adjective||Excellent; wonderful; deeply satisfying||Yes|
|wicked||Adverb||Very; extremely; totally||Yes|
|spring||Verb||To start to exist||Yes|
|spring||Verb||To jump or leap||Yes|
|spring||Verb||To release or set free, especially from prison||Yes|
|spring||Noun||The first of the four seasons, in which plants spring from the ground and trees come into blossom||Yes|
|spring||Noun||A place where water emerges from the ground||Yes|
|spring||Noun||A mechanical device made of flexible or coiled material that exerts force when it is bent, compressed, or stretched||Yes|
|twitch||Noun||A brief, small movement out of place and then back again; a spasm||Yes|
|twitch||Verb||To perform a twitch; spasm||Yes|
|twitch||Verb||To jerk sharply and briefly||Yes|
|thick||Adjective||Relatively great in extent from one surface to the opposite in its smallest solid dimension||Yes|
|thick||Adjective||Measuring a certain number of units in this dimension||Yes|
|thick||Adjective||Heavy in build||Yes|
|thick||Adjective||Densely crowded or packed||Yes|
|thick||Adjective||Having a thick, sticky consistency||Yes|
|thick||Adjective||Abounding in number||Yes|
|thick||Adjective||Impenetrable to sight||Yes|
|thick||Adjective||Difficult to understand, or poorly articulated||Yes|
|thick||Adjective||Friendly or intimate||Yes|
|thick||Adverb||In a thick manner||Yes|
|thick||Noun||The thickest, or most active or intense part of something||Yes|
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