|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|double||Adjective||Made up of two matching or complementary elements||Yes|
|double||Adjective||Twice the quantity||Yes|
|double||Adjective||Designed for two users||Yes|
|double||Adjective||Folded in two; composed of two layers||Yes|
|double||Adjective||Stooping; bent over||Yes|
|double||Adjective||Having two aspects; ambiguous||Yes|
|double||Adjective||False, deceitful, or hypocritical||Yes|
|double||Adjective||Of flowers, having more than the normal number of petals||Yes|
|double||Adjective||Of time, twice as fast||Yes|
|double||Adverb||Twice over; twofold||Yes|
|double||Adverb||Two together; two at a time||Yes|
|double||Noun||Twice the number, amount, size, etc.||Yes|
|double||Noun||A person who resembles and stands in for another person, often for safety purposes||Yes|
|double||Noun||A two-base hit in baseball||Yes|
|double||Verb||To multiply by two||Yes|
|double||Verb||To fold over so as to make two folds||Yes|
|double||Verb||To get a two-base hit in baseball||Yes|
|double||Verb||To clench a fist||Yes|
|double||Verb||To repeat exactly; copy||Yes|
|double||Verb||To go or march at twice the normal speed||Yes|
|knuckle||Noun||Any of the joints between the bones of the fingers||Yes|
|knuckle||Noun||A mechanical joint||Yes|
|knuckle||Noun||A cut of meat||Yes|
|nourish||Verb||To feed and cause to grow||Yes|
|nourish||Verb||To support; to maintain||Yes|
|nourish||Verb||To supply the means of support and increase to; to encourage; to foster||Yes|
|nourish||Verb||To cherish; to comfort||Yes|
|nourish||Verb||To educate; to instruct; to bring up; to nurture; to promote the growth of in attainments||Yes|
|nourish||Verb||To promote growth; to furnish nutriment||Yes|
|nourish||Verb||To gain nourishment||Yes|
|southern||Adjective||Of, facing, situated in, or related to the south||Yes|
|southern||Adjective||Of or pertaining to a southern region||Yes|
|southern||Adjective||Of a wind, blowing from the south; southerly||Yes|
|frustrate||Verb||To disappoint or defeat||Yes|
|reptile||Noun||A cold-blooded vertebrate such as a snake, lizard or turtle||Yes|
|sentence||Noun||A grammatically complete series of words.||Yes|
|sentence||Noun||The decision of a jury; a verdict||Yes|
|sentence||Noun||An unfavorable decision of a jury; verdict; a conviction||Yes|
|sentence||Noun||The punishment imposed on a person convicted of a crime||Yes|
|sentence||Verb||To declare a punishment on a convicted person||Yes|
|skeptic||Noun||Someone who habitually doubts accepted beliefs and claims presented by others, requiring strong evidence before accepting any belief or claim||Yes|
|skeptic||Noun||Someone undecided as to what is true||Yes|
|speckle||Noun||A small spot or speck on the skin, feathers or leaves||Yes|
|speckle||Noun||The random distribution of light when it is scattered by a rough surface||Yes|
|bedstead||Noun||The framework that supports a bed||Yes|
|cherub||Noun||A winged creature represented over ninety times in the Bible as attending on God||Yes|
|cherub||Noun||A person, especially a child, seen as being particularly innocent or angelic||Yes|
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