|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|laurel||Noun||An evergreen shrub having aromatic leaves with clusters of small, yellowish white flowers, also called sweet bay. The fruit is a purple berry||Yes|
|laurel||Noun||A crown of laurel; hence, honor; distinction; fame - especially in the plural laurels||Yes|
|drizzle||Verb||To rain lightly||Yes|
|drizzle||Verb||To pour slowly and evenly, especially with oil in cooking||Yes|
|drizzle||Noun||Very small, numerous, and uniformly dispersed water drops, mist, or sprinkle||Yes|
|tickle||Noun||The act of tickling||Yes|
|tickle||Noun||A feeling resembling the result of tickling||Yes|
|tickle||Verb||To touch someone in a manner that causes itching and usually laughing||Yes|
|tickle||Verb||To feel like the body part in question is being tickled||Yes|
|tickle||Verb||Appeal to someone's taste, curiosity, etc.||Yes|
|tickle||Verb||To cause delight or amusement||Yes|
|twinkle||Verb||To shine with a flickering light; to glimmer||Yes|
|twinkle||Verb||To be bright with delight||Yes|
|twinkle||Verb||To bat, blink, or wink the eyes||Yes|
|twinkle||Verb||To flit to and fro||Yes|
|twinkle||Noun||A sparkle or glimmer of light||Yes|
|twinkle||Noun||A sparkle of delight in the eyes||Yes|
|twinkle||Noun||A flitting movement||Yes|
|thimble||Noun||A pitted, now usually metal, cap for the fingers, used in sewing to push the needle||Yes|
|thimble||Noun||A similarly shaped socket in machinery||Yes|
|villain||Noun||A vile, wicked person||Yes|
|villain||Noun||A man extremely depraved, or capable or guilty of great crimes||Yes|
|villain||Noun||A deliberate scoundrel||Yes|
|villain||Noun||The bad person in a stage or screen play||Yes|
|soda||Noun||Sodium in chemical combination||Yes|
|soda||Noun||Any carbonated soft drink||Yes|
|soda||Noun||A glass, bottle or can of this drink||Yes|
|sofa||Noun||An upholstered seat, typically having sides and a back, long enough to seat two or more people||Yes|
|sober||Adjective||Not drunk; not intoxicated||Yes|
|sober||Adjective||Not given to excessive drinking of alcohol||Yes|
|sober||Adjective||In character; moderate; realistic; serious; not playful; not passionate; cool; self-controlled||Yes|
|sober||Adjective||Dull; not bright or colorful||Yes|
|sober||Verb||To make or become sober||Yes|
|sober||Verb||To overcome or lose a state of intoxication||Yes|
|topaz||Noun||A clear, yellowish-brown gemstone||Yes|
|topaz||Noun||A yellowish-brown color, like that of the gemstone||Yes|
|topaz||Adjective||Of a yellowish-brown color, like that of the gemstone||Yes|
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