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To walk or tramp about.
To shorten by cutting off; to terminate abruptly.
Evidence of passage. Also, and extremely small amount.
Shake, quake, vibrate.
Hypnotic state.
To beat, to vanquish, especially in a game.
To pass across, over or through.
Company of actors, singers or dancers.
Plod heavily or wearily.
The quality of transmitting light.
To switch, to reverse order.
Sweet syrup; cloying sentiment.
Threefold; three copies.
Agreement to suspend hostilities.
To crush underfoot.
Extensive written discourse on a subject.
Intestine. Also can mean rubbish or balderdash.
Hanging bar used by acrobats and gymnasts.
Pedal operated by foot for a circular drive.
One who is undergoing instruction. H-3 visa.
Person who wears clothes of the opposite sex for pleasure.
Government by three men, for example Caesar, Crassus, and Pompey.
Mushroom; rich chocolate confection.
To happen, occur, come to light.
Process used to sort injured people.
Horizontal beam used on train track.
Distress, affliction, difficulty.
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Bouncy gymnastic apparatus used to jump up and down, and for tumbling.
To sedate.
The quality of being preeminent or supreme; lying beyond the ordinary range of perception.
A geometric form made up of three sides.
Not false; real, genuine, accurate.
Large family or clan.
Long brass instrument with movable slide.
Buying and selling; exchange.
To wound, injure, or psychologically devastate.
To flow or fall in a thin stream.
Three-wheeler for children.
Collection of valuable items.
To alter; to transform, to alter the outward appearance of.
Extinct anthropod. Computer game company spells it with a 'y.'
(adjective) The ability to be healed.
To transfer blood from one person to another.
Someone who is sent from one place to another; someone who receives a conveyance. L-1 visa.
To make a full written or typewritten copy.
To push or propel on wheels or rollers. '_______ bed.'
High pitched; the upper clef.
Valuable or precious possessions; loot, swag.
To change from one form to another.
Tall plant with a trunk and leaves.
Hackneyed.
A very short period of time; an instant.
Homage; acknowledgment of gratitude, respect, or admiration.
Someone charged with the care of property or funds.

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