|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|mulberry||Noun||Any of several trees, of the genus Morus, having edible fruit||Yes|
|mulberry||Noun||The fruit of this tree||Yes|
|mulberry||Noun||A dark purple color tinted with red||Yes|
|mulberry||Adjective||Of a dark purple color tinted with red||Yes|
|muscular||Adjective||Of, related to, or connected with muscles||Yes|
|muscular||Adjective||Brawny, having strong muscles||Yes|
|muscular||Adjective||Having large, well-developed muscles||Yes|
|punishment||Noun||The act of punishing||Yes|
|punishment||Noun||Penalty for wrongdoing, especially for crime||Yes|
|subsequent||Adjective||Following in time; coming or being after something else at any time, indefinitely||Yes|
|subsequent||Adjective||Following in order of place; succeeding||Yes|
|amplify||Verb||To render larger, more extended, or more intense, etc.||Yes|
|amplify||Verb||To enlarge by addition or discussion||Yes|
|amplify||Verb||To increase the amplitude of something, especially of an electric current||Yes|
|gratify||Verb||To please; to make content; to satisfy||Yes|
|pacify||Verb||To bring peace to a place or situation, by ending war, fighting, violence, anger, or agitation||Yes|
|sanctify||Verb||To make holy; to consecrate. Set aside for sacred or ceremonial use||Yes|
|sanctify||Verb||To free from sin; to purify||Yes|
|sanctify||Verb||To endorse with religious sanction||Yes|
|cultivate||Verb||To grow plants||Yes|
|cultivate||Verb||To nurture; tend||Yes|
|cultivate||Verb||To turn or stir soil in preparation for planting||Yes|
|justify||Verb||To provide an acceptable explanation||Yes|
|justify||Verb||To give a good, acceptable reason for something||Yes|
|justify||Verb||To arrange lines on a page or computer screen in such a way that both edges of writing are straight||Yes|
|multiply||Verb||To increase the amount, degree, or number of||Yes|
|multiply||Verb||To perform multiplication on a number||Yes|
|multiply||Verb||To grow in number||Yes|
|multiply||Verb||To breed or propagate||Yes|
|multiply||Adverb||In many or multiple ways||Yes|
|multitude||Noun||A great amount or number, usually, of people||Yes|
|multitude||Noun||The mass of ordinary people; the populous or the masses||Yes|
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