|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|waken||Verb||To awake or rouse from sleep; to stir; awaken||Yes|
|waken||Verb||To rouse from inactivity; stir up or excite; arouse; awaken||Yes|
|waken||Verb||To wake, or become awake; awaken||Yes|
|spoken||Adjective||Expressed by speaking; oral speech, especially as opposed to written||Yes|
|spoken||Adjective||Speaking, or using speech, as specified||Yes|
|spoken||Verb||Past tense of speak||Yes|
|deacon||Noun||A designated minister of charity in the early Church||Yes|
|deacon||Noun||A clergyman ranked directly below a priest, with duties of helping the priests and carrying out parish work||Yes|
|deacon||Noun||An officer appointed with responsibility for secular matters relating to a congregation||Yes|
|sweeten||Verb||To make sweet to the taste||Yes|
|sweeten||Verb||To make pleasing or grateful to the mind or feelings||Yes|
|sweeten||Verb||To make mild or kind; to soften||Yes|
|sweeten||Verb||To make less painful or laborious; to relieve||Yes|
|sweeten||Verb||To soften to the eye; to make delicate||Yes|
|sweeten||Verb||To make pure and wholesome by destroying noxious matter||Yes|
|sweeten||Verb||To make warm and fertile||Yes|
|sweeten||Verb||To restore to purity; to free from decay or contamination||Yes|
|sweeten||Verb||To make more attractive||Yes|
|sweeten||Verb||To become sweet||Yes|
|treason||Noun||The crime of betraying one's government||Yes|
|treason||Noun||Providing aid and comfort to the enemy||Yes|
|weaken||Verb||To make weaker||Yes|
|weaken||Verb||To become weaker||Yes|
|weasel||Noun||The least weasel||Yes|
|weasel||Noun||Carnivorous mammals having a slender body, a long tail, and usually a light brown upper coat||Yes|
|weasel||Noun||A cunning, sneaky person||Yes|
|weasel||Noun||A tracked vehicle resembling a tractor, used in snow||Yes|
|weasel||Noun||An informer; a stool pigeon||Yes|
|weasel||Verb||To benefit by clever or devious means, especially to escape a commitment, obligation, duty, etc.||Yes|
|heighten||Verb||To make high; to raise higher; to elevate||Yes|
|heighten||Verb||To carry forward; to advance; to increase; to augment; to aggravate; to intensify; to render more conspicuous||Yes|
|lighten||Verb||To become light or lighter in weight||Yes|
|lighten||Verb||To become less serious or more cheerful||Yes|
|lighten||Verb||To make light or lighter in weight||Yes|
|lighten||Verb||To make less serious or more cheerful||Yes|
|lighten||Verb||To alleviate; to reduce the burden of||Yes|
|lighten||Verb||To become brighter or clearer; to brighten||Yes|
|lighten||Verb||To make brighter or clearer; to illuminate||Yes|
|ripen||Verb||To grow ripe; to become mature, as in botany - grain, fruit, flowers, and similar||Yes|
|ripen||Verb||To approach or come to perfection||Yes|
|ripen||Verb||To cause to mature; to make ripe||Yes|
|ripen||Verb||To mature; to fit or prepare; to bring to perfection||Yes|
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