|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|bond||Noun||Something that binds, fastens, confines, or holds together||Yes|
|bond||Noun||An emotional link, connection, or union||Yes|
|bond||Noun||Something that binds a person or persons to a certain circumstance or line of behavior||Yes|
|bond||Noun||Something, as an agreement or friendship, that unites individuals or peoples into a group; covenant||Yes|
|bond||Noun||A sum of money paid as bail or surety||Yes|
|bond||Verb||To connect, secure, or tie with a bond; to bind||Yes|
|bond||Verb||To cause to adhere one material with another||Yes|
|bond||Verb||To form a chemical compound with||Yes|
|bond||Verb||To guarantee or secure a financial risk||Yes|
|frost||Noun||A cover of very small ice crystals on objects that are exposed to the air.||Yes|
|frost||Noun||The act or process of freezing||Yes|
|frost||Noun||Coldness of manner or temperament||Yes|
|frost||Noun||A milkshake, frappe, or similar drink||Yes|
|frost||Noun||The cold weather that would cause frost to form||Yes|
|frost||Verb||To cover with frost||Yes|
|frost||Verb||To give a frost-like surface to||Yes|
|frost||Verb||To ice cakes, cookies, etc.||Yes|
|frost||Verb||To bleach selected strands of a person's hair in order to create highlights||Yes|
|frost||Verb||To kill or injure by frost||Yes|
|frost||Verb||To become covered with frost or freeze||Yes|
|lodge||Noun||The meeting place of a branch of certain fraternal organizations||Yes|
|lodge||Noun||A hotel or resort, usually in a rural area||Yes|
|lodge||Noun||A building used for recreational use such as a hunting lodge or a summer cabin||Yes|
|lodge||Noun||A country house, summer cottage, etc.||Yes|
|lodge||Noun||The main building of a camp, resort hotel, etc.||Yes|
|lodge||Verb||To have a habitation or quarters, especially temporarily, as in a hotel, motel, or inn||Yes|
|lodge||Verb||To be firmly fixed, implanted, or caught in a place or specified position||Yes|
|lodge||Verb||To put or bring before a court or other authority||Yes|
|prong||Noun||One of the pointed tines of a fork||Yes|
|prong||Noun||Any pointed, projecting part, as of an antler||Yes|
|prong||Noun||A branch of a stream||Yes|
|prong||Verb||To pierce or stab with, or as if with, a prong||Yes|
|prong||Verb||To supply with prongs||Yes|
|monster||Noun||A terrifying and dangerous creature||Yes|
|monster||Noun||A bizarre or whimsical creature||Yes|
|monster||Noun||An extremely antisocial person, especially a criminal||Yes|
|monster||Noun||A badly behaved child||Yes|
|monster||Adjective||Very large; worthy of a monster||Yes|
|potter||Noun||One who makes pots and other ceramic wares||Yes|
|mosque||Noun||A place of worship for Muslims, having at least one minaret;||Yes|
|frond||Noun||The leaf of a fern||Yes|
|frond||Noun||Any fern-like leaf or other object||Yes|
|longitude||Noun||Angular distance measured west or east of the Prime Meridian||Yes|
|longitude||Noun||Any imaginary line perpendicular to the equator and part of a great circle passing through the North Pole and South Pole||Yes|
|nominate||Verb||To name someone for a particular role or position, including that of an office||Yes|
|obligate||Verb||To bind, compel, or constrain by a social, legal, or moral tie||Yes|
|obligate||Verb||To cause to be grateful or indebted; to oblige||Yes|
|obligate||Verb||To commit money, property, etc. in order to fulfill an obligation||Yes|
|obligate||Adjective||Morally or legally bound; obliged; constrained||Yes|
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