|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|austere||Adjective||Grim or severe in manner or appearance; stern; strict||Yes|
|austere||Adjective||Lacking trivial decoration; not extravagant or gaudy||Yes|
|revere||Verb||To regard someone or something with great awe or devotion||Yes|
|revere||Verb||To venerate someone or something as an idol||Yes|
|awry||Adverb||sideways, crookedly; askew||Yes|
|awry||Adjective||Turned or twisted toward one side; crooked, distorted, out of place||Yes|
|awry||Adjective||Wrong or distorted; perverse, amiss||Yes|
|beguile||Verb||To deceive or delude||Yes|
|beguile||Verb||To charm, delight, or captivate||Yes|
|deprive||Verb||To take something away; deny someone of something||Yes|
|decrease||Noun||An amount by which a quantity is decreased||Yes|
|decrease||Verb||To become smaller||Yes|
|decrease||Verb||To make smaller||Yes|
|increase||Verb||To become large||Yes|
|increase||Verb||To make larger||Yes|
|increase||Noun||An amount by which a quantity is increased||Yes|
|increase||Noun||For a quantity, the act or process of becoming larger||Yes|
|describe||Verb||To represent in words||Yes|
|describe||Verb||To give rise to a geometrical structure:||Yes|
|despise||Verb||To regard with contempt or scorn:||Yes|
|prescribe||Verb||To order a drug or medical device for use by a particular patient||Yes|
|prescribe||Verb||To specify as a required procedure or ritual||Yes|
|decline||Noun||Downward movement, fall||Yes|
|decline||Noun||A sloping downward, for example, of a hill or road||Yes|
|decline||Verb||To move downwards, to fall, to drop||Yes|
|decline||Verb||To become weaker or worse||Yes|
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