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  1. to become hungry (v)
  2. discourse, healthy quarrel (n)
  3. to emulate somebody, take somebody as a model (v)
  4. flatly, absolutely (adv)
  5. solemn, festive, formal (adj)
  6. certain, specific (adj)
  7. skill (n)
  8. to get over [something] (v)
  9. type of, kind of (adj)
  10. high blood pressure (n)
  11. take into account (phrase)
  12. to win, conquer (v)
  13. arrow (n)
  14. plague (n)
  15. defense (n)
  16. related (adj)
  17. loan (n)
  18. United States of America (n)
  19. ability (n)
  20. to cite, quote (v)
  21. wholeheartedly (adv)
  22. cited (adj)
  23. to defeat, beat, trounce, vanquish (v)
  24. essence (n)
  25. to lead, take, bring (v)
  26. collection (n)
  27. to steal (v)
  28. to splash (v)
  29. own (adj)
  30. to execute [put to death] (v)
  31. fact (n)
  32. trap (n)
  33. sidewalk (n)
  34. cunning, shrewd (adj)
  35. to note, register, chronicle (v)
  36. to go crazy (v)
  37. cork (n)
  38. to transact [get done, complete] (v)
  39. finding (n)
  40. proposal [for marriage] (n)
  41. morning (adj)
  42. suggestion (n)
  43. longing, yearning (n)
  44. taut (adj)
  45. to manage, administer, run (v)
  46. to fall in love with [something/somebody] (v)
  47. to draw up plans [for something] (v)
  48. to improve (v)
  49. to plunge into, push away [fig. set sail] (v)
  50. economy (n)
  51. velvet (n)
  52. conversely (adv)
  53. to suggest (v)
  54. destruction (n)
  55. to mark, delineate, demarcate (v)
  56. application, use (n)
  57. market (n)
  58. present, current (adj)
  59. venture (n)
  60. suddenly (adv)
  61. misery (n)
  62. to withdraw (v)
  63. vowel (n)
  64. datum, piece of information (n)
  65. to educate, enlighten (v)
  66. lifetime (n)
  67. cricket (n)
  68. opening (n)
  69. to become thirsty (v)
  70. to rush, advance, penetrate (v)
  71. joining, binding (n)
  72. roadway (n)
  73. flyer (n)
  74. property [goods] (n)
  75. to chase, pursue, rush (v)
  76. abundance (n)
  77. to extend (v)
  78. to move (v)
  79. lover, fan (n)
  80. to draw [someone near] (v)
  81. to carry away [figurative] (v)
  82. downpour (v)
  83. master key (n)
  84. to nest (v)
  85. to rain down (v)
  86. to drip (v)
  87. unhemmed, split (adj)
  88. although (conj)
  89. to rent [landlord] (v)
  90. sum (n)
  91. to proclaim (v)
  92. to reduce (v)
  93. severe, bitter, violent (adj)
  94. mainland (n)
  95. absent (adj)
  96. to pull down, destroy (v)
  97. joke, trick, "catch" (n)
  98. to predict (v)
  99. defensive (adj)
  100. to mention (v)
  101. outcome, result (n)
  102. loan (n)
  103. indeed (adv)
  104. sharpness, acuity (n)
  105. edifice, building, structure (n)
  106. enthralled, carried away (adj)
  107. to row across (v)
  108. to shock, scandalize, upset (v)
  109. to delay, drag one's feet (v)
  110. somewhat (adv)
  111. daylight (n)
  112. reinforcement (n)
  113. lifelong (adj)
  114. founder (n)
  115. to get around, circumvent, outflank (v)
  116. discovery (n)
  117. transit, transition (n)
  118. to downplay (v)
  119. whim, caprice (n)
  120. rate (n)
  121. present (adj)
  122. morsel [of food] (n)
  123. kick (n)
  124. goodness (n)
  125. candle (n)
  126. research (n)
  127. to remind (v)
  128. gag, joke, prank (n)
  129. to contribute (v)
  130. ancestor, forefather (n)
  131. to soak (v)
  132. after [HR] (prep)
  133. famous, famed, renowned (adj)
  134. predator (n)
  135. bow [for arrows] (n)
  136. to promote (v)
  137. to sprout, originate from (v)
  138. Pannonia [ancient Roman province] (n)
  139. to wag (v)
  140. to disappoint (v)
  141. area (n)
  142. fingers (gen. pl.) (n)
  143. to rent [renter] (v)
  144. to besiege (v)
  145. cleaning lady (n)
  146. shoelace (n)
  147. prominent, featured, outstanding (adj)
  148. to grab, seize, snatch (v)
  149. fortress (n)
  150. to lean, bend, incline (v)
  151. traitor (n)
  152. sanctification (n)
  153. beginning (adj)
  154. weight (n)
  155. to research (v)
  156. to beg, ask for charity; propose to a girl for marriage (v)
  157. heart attack (n)
  158. to ruin, wreck (v)
  159. genesis, emergence, creation (n)
  160. to decorate (v)
  161. to steal (v)
  162. to weave (v)
  163. to apply (v)
  164. to make, build, drive, cut [etc., by penetration] (v)
  165. naïve (adj)
  166. to put ashore, dock, land [a boat] (v)
  167. to perform [carry out]; to derive (v)
  168. to find (v)
  169. to pretend (v)
  170. to float (v)
  171. to sail (v)
  172. to apply, use (v)
  173. barley (n)
  174. to pull (v)
  175. construction, erection (n)
  176. to be left over (v)
  177. to doubt (v)
  178. to pass by (v)
  179. to acquire (v)
  180. to present (v)
  181. boisterous (adj)
  182. access (n)
  183. quay, wharf, landing (n)
  184. multi-syllabic (adj)
  185. to force, break into (v)
  186. puddle (n)
  187. theft (n)
  188. sailing (n)
  189. quiver [for arrows] (n)
  190. to collapse [for packing] (v)
  191. paper clip (n)
  192. property [land] (n)
  193. fleet (n)
  194. an actor interprets [plays] a character (phrase)
  195. credited (adj)
  196. to distract (v)
  197. to die off/out (v)
  198. witch (n)
  199. abundance (n)
  200. to present, state (v)
  201. subject (n)
  202. model, standard, ideal (n)
  203. clever, skilled, deft, dextrous, nimble, agile (adj)
  204. recommendation (n)
  205. to long, yearn (v)
  206. sail (n)
  207. adoption (n)
  208. candles (n)
  209. ruins, debris (n)
  210. to take [somewhere], drop off (v)
  211. paw (n)
  212. to grumble, mutter (v)
  213. to attend (v)
  214. to relish (v)
  215. merriment, festivity (n)
  216. to hang, sag, dangle (v)
  217. gathering, get-together (n)
  218. stay, sojourn (n)
  219. to recommend (v)
  220. long-term (adj)
  221. lavish, luxurious (adj)
  222. creepy (adj)
  223. syllable (n)
  224. consonant (n)
  225. research (adj)
  226. avenger (n)
  227. note, record (n)
  228. division (n)
  229. impressible, striking, memorable (adj)
  230. devoid of (adj)
  231. cape, promontory (n)
  232. to fit in (v)
  233. nuggets (n)
  234. to borrow, to loan (v)
  235. beggar (n)
  236. to lift, raise (v)
  237. to agitate, stir up [e.g, stormy sea] (v)
  238. to hang, sling, suspend (v)
  239. conjunction [grammar] (n)
  240. to engage [in] (v)
  241. to bear, endure (v)
  242. planner [notebook] (n)
  243. terrace
  244. to radiate (v)
  245. migratory (adj)
  246. especially (adv)
  247. to beat up (v)
  248. to teach, instruct (v)
  249. fight (n)
  250. drive (n)
  251. to defend (v)
  252. simply, just (adv)
  253. usual, common (adj)
  254. Eucharist (n)
  255. multiplication (n)
  256. to load, embark (v)
  257. Star Wars [film] (n)
  258. cave (n)
  259. to bring/come to life [revive] (v)
  260. angular, corner (adj)
  261. bombardment, bombing (n)
  262. forced, broken into (adj)
  263. beaten up (adj)
  264. crumb (b)
  265. to amaze, astonish (v)
  266. to introduce [into], install (v)
  267. arrow [traffic sign] (n)
  268. useful (adj)
  269. to splash (v)
  270. to settle, discuss (v)
  271. investment (n)
  272. to darken [transition to dusk] (v)
  273. flowers (n)
  274. various, miscellaneous (adj)
  275. nest (n)
  276. leery, suspicious (adj)
  277. to cover (v)
  278. final, ultimate (adj)
  279. comparison (n)
  280. cloth (n)
  281. shortly (adv)
  282. like (prep)
  283. in the middle of (prep)
  284. wage (n)
  285. random (adv)
  286. to execute [put to death] (v)
  287. to distract (v)
  288. maggot (n)
  289. to report, communicate (v)
  290. less often, more rarely (adv)
  291. fighter, champion, advocate (n)
  292. to stuff oneself, gorge oneself (v)
  293. crowbar (n)
  294. rust (n)
  295. excited (adj)
  296. gallows (n)
  297. to fall through, fail, perish (v)
  298. bad woman [pejorative] (n)
  299. look, glance, expression [of the eyes]; view (n)
  300. to fall [from, into] (v)
  301. to assume, take over (v)
  302. to own (v)
  303. then (adj)
  304. to ring with something, resound (v)
  305. zoom, magnification (n)
  306. cut [of meat] (n)
  307. infinite, endless (adj)
  308. creeps (n)
  309. fruit [figment] of imagination (phrase)
  310. diligence (n)
  311. extension (n)
  312. worm (n)
  313. to solve, resolve (impf) (v)
  314. expression (n)
  315. to feel sorry for (v)
  316. to cooperate (v)
  317. flower (n)
  318. to leave out (v)
  319. significance (n)
  320. persistent (adj)
  321. soaked (adj)
  322. after [RS/ME] (prep)
  323. angle (n)
  324. to attain (v)