|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|decrepit||Adjective||Weakened or worn out from age or wear||Yes|
|defendant||Noun||one who is sued and called upon to make satisfaction for a wrong||Yes|
|defendant||Noun||In criminal proceedings, the accused||Yes|
|refreshing||Noun||The action of refresh; refreshment given or received||Yes|
|refreshing||Noun||That which gives refreshment||Yes|
|refreshing||Adjective||That refreshes someone; pleasantly fresh and different; granting vitality and energy||Yes|
|refreshing||Adjective||Serving to refresh||Yes|
|refreshing||Verb||Present tense of refresh||Yes|
|replenish||Verb||To refill; to renew; to supply again or to add a fresh quantity||Yes|
|resentment||Noun||A feeling of anger, indignation, or extreme displeasure, especially one that results from a grievance, insult, or slight||Yes|
|surrender||Verb||To give up into the power, control, or possession of another||Yes|
|surrender||Verb||To yield to an enemy||Yes|
|surrender||Verb||To give oneself up into the power of another, especially as a prisoner; to submit or give in to||Yes|
|surrender||Noun||An act of surrendering, submission into the possession of another; abandonment, resignation||Yes|
|dilemma||Noun||A circumstance in which a choice must be made between two alternatives that seem equally undesirable||Yes|
|dilemma||Noun||A difficult or perplexing situation, circumstance or problem||Yes|
|dilemma||Noun||An argument that presents two alternatives, each of which has the same consequence||Yes|
|distemper||Noun||An infectious viral disease occurring in dogs||Yes|
|distemper||Noun||A viral disease of cats||Yes|
|distemper||Noun||Ill humor; testiness||Yes|
|distemper||Noun||A deranged condition of mind or body; a disorder or disease||Yes|
|distemper||Noun||Disorder or disturbance, especially of a social or political nature||Yes|
|distemper||Noun||A technique of decorative painting||Yes|
|distemper||Noun||A painting made by this method||Yes|
|domestic||Adjective||Of or related to the home||Yes|
|domestic||Adjective||Of or related to activities normally associated with the home, wherever they actually occur||Yes|
|domestic||Adjective||Kept by someone, for example, as a farm animal or a pet||Yes|
|domestic||Adjective||Internal to a specific country||Yes|
|domestic||Noun||A house servant; a maid||Yes|
|domestic||Noun||A domestic dispute, whether verbal or violent||Yes|
|embellish||Verb||To make more beautiful and attractive; to decorate||Yes|
|embellish||Verb||To make something sound or look better or more acceptable than it is in reality; to distort||Yes|
|embezzle||Verb||To steal or misappropriate money that one has been trusted with||Yes|
|redundant||Adjective||In excess of what is required or sufficient; exceeding what is necessary||Yes|
|redundant||Adjective||Repetitive or needlessly wordy||Yes|
|redundant||Adjective||Involving redundancy in the provision of duplicate circuits or devices||Yes|
|concurrent||Adjective||Happening at the same time; simultaneous||Yes|
|concurrent||Adjective||Belonging to the same period; contemporary||Yes|
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