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3-Letter Vocabulary (Hard)
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(adj.) pertaining to the science or occupation of farming
(interj.) used to express mild disappointment or sympathy
(adj.) an informal term for sexual attraction to both men and women
(prep.) derived from Latin, meaning 'of' or 'from'
(n.) an informal term for the action or process of teaching someone
(v.) dialectal past and past participle of taking in food through the mouth
(interj.) used often in prolonged form to express thought
(n.) a part of a person's unconscious mind that relates to basic needs and desires
(conj.) used to talk about the result or effect of something that may happen or be true
(pron.) used as subject, object, impersonable verb or state of affairs
(interj.) used to call attention or to express wonder or surprise
(n.) an informal term for a very short period of time
(n.) the twelfth letter of the Greek alphabet, used in physics to represent electromagnetic permeability and the coefficient of friction
(adj.) used to indicate the original, former or legal name of a man
(n.) the thirteenth letter of the Greek alphabet, used in physics to represent frequency and in statistics to represent degrees of freedom
(n.) British slang for a chamber pot
(n.) an alternative spelling of a Chinese life force
(adv.) to a great degree or to a degree that is suggested
(n.) British slang for an expression of appreciation
(adj.) an informal term meaning unpleasant to look at
(prep.) derived from Latin, meaning 'one'
(n.) an alternative for a term used to express grief, regret or distress
(n.) the fourteenth letter of the Greek alphabet, used in general science to represent random variables and in physics to represent cascade particles
(n.) a coin formerly minted by South Vietnam equivalent to the cent
(pron.) used to refer to the person or people being addressed, now mainly used in ecclesiastical or literary language
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