|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|script||Noun||Printing type made in imitation of handwriting||Yes|
|script||Noun||Written characters; style of writing||Yes|
|script||Noun||The written document containing the dialog and action for a drama; the text of a stage play, movie, or other performance||Yes|
|guess||Noun||A prediction about the outcome of something, typically made without factual evidence or support||Yes|
|guess||Verb||To reach an unqualified conclusion||Yes|
|start||Noun||The beginning of an activity||Yes|
|start||Noun||A sudden involuntary movement||Yes|
|start||Noun||The beginning point of a race||Yes|
|start||Noun||An appearance in a sports game from the beginning of the match||Yes|
|start||Verb||To set in motion||Yes|
|start||Verb||To initiate a vehicle or machine||Yes|
|start||Verb||To begin an activity||Yes|
|start||Verb||To jerk suddenly in surprise||Yes|
|start||Verb||To awaken suddenly||Yes|
|wrath||Noun||Punishment or vengeance as the consequence of anger||Yes|
|floor||Noun||The bottom or lower part of any room; the supporting surface of a room||Yes|
|floor||Noun||The lower inside surface of a hollow space||Yes|
|floor||Noun||A story of a building||Yes|
|floor||Noun||The right to speak at a given time in a legislative assembly||Yes|
|floor||Verb||To cover with a floor; to furnish with a floor||Yes|
|floor||Verb||To strike down or lay level; to knock down||Yes|
|floor||Verb||To silence by a conclusive answer or retort||Yes|
|floor||Verb||To slam something down to a floor||Yes|
|czar||Noun||A Slavic emperor||Yes|
|haunch||Noun||The area encompassing the upper thigh, hip, and buttocks||Yes|
|haunch||Noun||The loin and leg of a quadruped, especially when used as food||Yes|
|haunch||Noun||A squat vertical support structure||Yes|
|flaunt||Verb||To parade; to display with flamboyance, excessive showiness||Yes|
|haunt||Verb||To inhabit, or visit frequently||Yes|
|haunt||Verb||To make uneasy||Yes|
|haunt||Verb||To stalk, to follow||Yes|
|haunt||Noun||A place one is regularly found at; a hangout||Yes|
|sharp||Adjective||Able to cut easily||Yes|
|sharp||Adjective||Able to pierce easily||Yes|
|sharp||Adjective||A musical note that is played a semitone higher than usual||Yes|
|sharp||Adjective||The scale having a particular sharp note as its first note of a scale||Yes|
|sharp||Adjective||Higher-pitched than desired||Yes|
|sharp||Adjective||Having an intense, acrid flavor||Yes|
|sharp||Adjective||Intense and sudden||Yes|
|sharp||Adjective||Exact, precise, accurate; keen||Yes|
|sharp||Adjective||Offensive, critical, or acrimonious, as criticism||Yes|
|sharp||Adjective||Stylish or attractive||Yes|
|sharp||Adjective||Observant; alert; acute||Yes|
|sharp||Adverb||Exactly at a time||Yes|
|sharp||Adverb||In a higher pitch than is correct or desirable||Yes|
|sharp||Noun||The symbol # in music||Yes|
|sharp||Noun||A note that is sharp in a particular key||Yes|
|sharp||Noun||Something which is sharp||Yes|
|sharp||Noun||A dishonest person; a cheater||Yes|
|kneel||Verb||To stoop down and rest on the knee or knees||Yes|
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