|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|petite||Adjective||Of a woman, fairly short and of slim build||Yes|
|antique||Adjective||Of or belonging to the past; not modern||Yes|
|antique||Adjective||Dating from a period long ago||Yes|
|antique||Adjective||Noting or pertaining to automobiles approximately 25 years old or more||Yes|
|antique||Adjective||In the tradition, fashion, or style of an earlier period; old-fashioned; antiquated||Yes|
|antique||Adjective||Of or belonging to ancient times, especially of, from, or characteristic of ancient Greece or Rome||Yes|
|antique||Adjective||Neither calendered nor coated and having a rough surface||Yes|
|antique||Noun||Any work of art, piece of furniture, decorative object, etc., created or produced in a former period, or, according to U.S. customs laws, 100 years before date of purchase||Yes|
|antique||Noun||The antique style, usually Greek or Roman, especially in art||Yes|
|antique||Verb||To make or finish in imitation of antiques||Yes|
|antique||Verb||To emboss on paper or fabric||Yes|
|antique||Verb||To shop for or collect antiques||Yes|
|fatigue||Noun||Weariness caused by exertion; exhaustion||Yes|
|fatigue||Verb||To tire or make weary by physical or mental exertion||Yes|
|fatigue||Verb||To lose so much strength or energy that one becomes tired, weary, feeble, or exhausted||Yes|
|intrigue||Noun||A complicated or clandestine plot or scheme intended to affect some purpose by secret conspiracy||Yes|
|intrigue||Noun||The plot of a play, poem, or romance; the series of complications in which a writer involves his imaginary characters||Yes|
|intrigue||Noun||Illicit intimacy between persons; a liaison||Yes|
|intrigue||Verb||To conceive or carry out a secret plan intended to harm; to form a plot or scheme||Yes|
|intrigue||Verb||To arouse the interest of; to fascinate||Yes|
|police||Noun||An organization granted authority to enforce the law||Yes|
|police||Verb||To enforce the law and keep order among||Yes|
|magazine||Noun||An ammunition storehouse||Yes|
|magazine||Noun||Detachable ammunition holder enabling multiple rounds of ammunition to be fed to a gun||Yes|
|magazine||Noun||A periodical publication, generally consisting of sheets of paper folded in half and stapled at the fold||Yes|
|submarine||Adjective||Situated, occurring, operating, or living under the surface of the sea||Yes|
|submarine||Adjective||Of, pertaining to, or carried on by a submarine or submarines||Yes|
|submarine||Verb||To participate in the operating of a submarine||Yes|
|submarine||Verb||To move or slide under something||Yes|
|submarine||Verb||To be thrown out of one's seat belt in a frontal crash||Yes|
|submarine||Verb||To attack or sink by submarine||Yes|
|submarine||Noun||A vessel that can be submerged and navigated under water, usually built for warfare and armed with torpedoes or guided missiles||Yes|
|submarine||Noun||Something situated or living under the surface of the sea, such as a plant or animal||Yes|
|submarine||Noun||A large sandwich consisting of a long roll split lengthwise and filled with layers of meat, cheese, vegetables||Yes|
|quarantine||Noun||An attempt at preventing the spread of a disease by isolating those believed to be infected||Yes|
|quarantine||Noun||A certain place for isolating persons suspected of suffering from a contagious disease||Yes|
|quarantine||Noun||A certain period of time during which a person is isolated to determine whether they've been infected with a contagious disease||Yes|
|quarantine||Noun||A place where email messages or computer files which are suspected of harboring a virus are stored||Yes|
|quarantine||Verb||To put into quarantine||Yes|
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