|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|stir||Verb||To move one's hand or an implement continuously or repeatedly through a liquid or other substance in order to cool, mix, agitate, dissolve, etc., any or all of the component parts||Yes|
|stir||Verb||To introduce an ingredient into a liquid or mixture||Yes|
|stir||Verb||To mix together the ingredients of before cooking or use||Yes|
|stir||Verb||To set in tremulous, fluttering, or irregular motion||Yes|
|stir||Verb||To affect strongly; excite||Yes|
|stir||Verb||To incite, instigate, or prompt||Yes|
|stir||Verb||To rouse from inactivity, quiet, contentment, indifference etc.||Yes|
|stir||Verb||To bring up for notice or discussion||Yes|
|stir||Verb||To disturb; trouble||Yes|
|stir||Verb||To move, especially slightly or lightly||Yes|
|stir||Verb||To move around, especially briskly; be active||Yes|
|stir||Verb||To be emotionally moved or strongly affected||Yes|
|stir||Verb||To be in circulation, current, or afoot||Yes|
|stir||Noun||The act of stirring or moving||Yes|
|stir||Noun||A state or occasion of general excitement; commotion||Yes|
|first||Adjective||Having no predecessor. The ordinal number corresponding to one||Yes|
|first||Noun||The person or thing in the first position||Yes|
|first||Noun||The first gear of an engine||Yes|
|first||Noun||Something that has never happened before; a new occurrence||Yes|
|firm||Noun||A business partnership, the name under which it trades||Yes|
|firm||Adjective||Steadfast, secure, hard||Yes|
|firm||Verb||Make firm or strong; fix securely||Yes|
|firm||Verb||Make compact or resistant to pressure; solidify||Yes|
|firm||Verb||Become firm; stabilize||Yes|
|skirt||Noun||An article of clothing, usually worn by women and girls, that hangs from the waist and covers the lower part of the body||Yes|
|skirt||Noun||The bordering, marginal, or outlying part of a place, group, etc.; the outskirts||Yes|
|skirt||Verb||To lie on or along the border of||Yes|
|skirt||Verb||To avoid, go around the edge of, or keep distant from||Yes|
|birthright||Noun||Something that is owed since birth, due to inheritance||Yes|
|thirst||Noun||A sensation of dryness in the throat associated with a craving for liquids, produced by deprivation of drink, or by some other cause||Yes|
|thirst||Noun||A want and eager desire after anything; a craving or longing; usually with for, of, or after||Yes|
|firth||Noun||A long, narrow indentation of the seacoast. Usually the lower part of an estuary, but sometimes a fjord||Yes|
|thirtieth||Adjective||The ordinal form of the number thirty||Yes|
|thirtieth||Noun||The person or thing in the thirtieth position||Yes|
|thirtieth||Noun||One of thirty equal parts of a whole, 1/30th||Yes|
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