|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|crayon||Noun||A stick of colored chalk or wax used for drawing||Yes|
|crayon||Verb||To draw with a crayon||Yes|
|demon||Noun||An evil spirit||Yes|
|demon||Noun||A fallen angel or Satanic divinity; a false god||Yes|
|demon||Noun||One's inner spirit or genius, a protective spirit that guides a person||Yes|
|demon||Noun||A spirit or lesser divinity between men and gods||Yes|
|demon||Noun||A weakness; a flaw in a person's character||Yes|
|demon||Noun||Someone of remarkable or diabolical energy or ability||Yes|
|siphon||Noun||A bent pipe or tube with one end lower than the other, used to move liquid from one reservoir to another||Yes|
|siphon||Verb||To use a siphon for moving a liquid||Yes|
|colon||Noun||The punctuation mark : introducing a quotation or a series of items, or separating clauses||Yes|
|colon||Noun||The final segment of the digestive system||Yes|
|omen||Noun||Something which serves as a warning or is perceived as a good or evil event or circumstance in the future||Yes|
|barrel||Noun||A round vessel or cask, of greater length than width, and often bulging in the middle, often made of staves||Yes|
|barrel||Noun||The quantity which constitutes a full barrel.||Yes|
|barrel||Noun||A solid drum, or a hollow cylinder or case||Yes|
|barrel||Noun||A metallic tube, as of a gun||Yes|
|barrel||Noun||The hollow basal of a feather||Yes|
|barrel||Noun||The part of a clarinet which connects the mouthpiece and upper joint, and looks like a barrel||Yes|
|barrel||Noun||A waste receptacle||Yes|
|barrel||Noun||The ribs and belly of a horse or pony||Yes|
|barrel||Verb||To move quickly or in an uncontrolled manner||Yes|
|parcel||Noun||A package wrapped for shipment||Yes|
|parcel||Noun||A division of land bought and sold as a unit||Yes|
|parcel||Verb||To wrap up into a package||Yes|
|aspen||Noun||A kind of poplar tree often growing in the mountains||Yes|
|aspen||Noun||The wood of a poplar tree||Yes|
|cabin||Noun||A small log dwelling characteristic of the frontier||Yes|
|cabin||Noun||A private room on a ship||Yes|
|cabin||Noun||The interior of a boat, enclosed to create a small room, particularly for sleeping||Yes|
|cabin||Noun||The passenger area of an airplane||Yes|
|dragon||Noun||A serpentine legendary creature||Yes|
|dragon||Noun||A large reptile with legs||Yes|
|dragon||Noun||The constellation Draco||Yes|
|dragon||Noun||An unpleasant vicious woman||Yes|
|gravel||Noun||Small fragments of rock, used for roads and railroads||Yes|
|gravel||Verb||To apply a layer of gravel to the surface of a road, etc.||Yes|
|bevel||Noun||An edge that is angled, one that is not a 90 degree angle||Yes|
|bevel||Verb||To give a angled edge to a surface||Yes|
|talon||Noun||The sharp, hooked claw of a bird of prey||Yes|
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