|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|orange||Noun||An evergreen tree of the genus Citrus such as Citrus aurantium||Yes|
|orange||Noun||The fruit of an orange tree; a citrus fruit with a slightly sour flavor||Yes|
|orange||Noun||The color of a ripe orange; a reddish-yellow||Yes|
|orange||Adjective||Having the color of the fruit of an orange tree; reddish-yellow||Yes|
|ostrich||Noun||A large flightless bird native to Africa||Yes|
|pompous||Adjective||Affectedly grand, solemn, or self-important||Yes|
|promise||Noun||An oath or affirmation; a vow||Yes|
|promise||Verb||To commit to some thing or action; an oath; a vow||Yes|
|custard||Noun||A type of sauce made from milk and eggs and thickened by heat,||Yes|
|custard||Noun||Any particular variety of custard||Yes|
|flourish||Verb||To thrive or grow well||Yes|
|flourish||Verb||To prosper or fare well||Yes|
|flourish||Verb||To be in a period of greatest influence||Yes|
|flourish||Verb||To make bold, sweeping movements||Yes|
|flourish||Noun||A dramatic gesture such as the waving of a flag||Yes|
|flourish||Noun||A ceremonious passage such as a fanfare||Yes|
|hundred||Noun||The cardinal number occurring after ninety-nine||Yes|
|hundred||Noun||A hundred-dollar bill||Yes|
|husband||Noun||A man in a marriage or marital relationship||Yes|
|husband||Noun||Large cushion with arms meant to support a person in the sitting position||Yes|
|husband||Verb||To conserve, to nurture, to farm||Yes|
|jockey||Noun||One who rides racehorses||Yes|
|jockey||Noun||An operator of some machinery or apparatus||Yes|
|jockey||Verb||To ride a horse in a race||Yes|
|jockey||Verb||To maneuver something by skill for one's advantage||Yes|
|jockey||Verb||To cheat or trick||Yes|
|motley||Adjective||Comprising greatly varied elements, to the point of dissimilarity; composed of diverse parts||Yes|
|motley||Adjective||Having many colors; variegated||Yes|
|motley||Noun||A jester's multicolored clothes||Yes|
|motley||Noun||A dissimilar mixture||Yes|
|buckle||Noun||A clasp used for fastening two things together, such as the ends of a belt, or for retaining the end of a strap||Yes|
|buckle||Verb||To fasten using a buckle||Yes|
|buckle||Verb||To distort or collapse under physical pressure; especially, of a slender structure in compression||Yes|
|buckle||Verb||To give in; to react suddenly or adversely to stress or pressure||Yes|
|bustle||Noun||An excited activity; a stir||Yes|
|bustle||Noun||A cover to protect and hide the back panel of a computer or other office machine||Yes|
|bustle||Verb||To move busily and energetically||Yes|
|dungeon||Noun||An underground prison or vault, typically built underneath a castle||Yes|
|luncheon||Noun||A formal meal served in the middle of the day||Yes|
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