Part of speech:
To get by paying or agreeing to pay money or some equivalent; purchase
To allow (passengers) on board.
Possessing the power to charm or allure; captivating.
(Archaic) Enjoying favor or grace; acceptable or pleasing.
Fair and comfortable:
(Obsolete) Something stolen.
That attracts or has the power to attract; esp., pleasing, charming, pretty, handsome, etc.
Very attractive; charming:
(Obsolete) Full of love; loving.
(Archaic) Causing prejudice.
Very bad; terrible:
The definition of sweet is a description for a person who is nice or for something that tastes good and that is usually sugary.
Spreading or tending to spread from one to another; infectious:
Capable of transmitting a disease; contagious:
Having almost or exactly the same qualities, characteristics, etc.; similar; equal
Capable of transmission by infection
To endure resignedly or patiently:
To be successful in coming or going:
To get, acquire, or incur
In a direct manner; directly
To prepare physically, as with a regimen:
(Intransitive) To direct the intention or purpose; to attempt the accomplishment of a purpose; to try to gain; to endeavor;—followed by at, or by an infinitive; as, to aim at distinction; to aim to do well.
To carry (goods, equipment, etc.) in or as in a pack
To admit of being transported:
To be filled by; contain:
To be capable of holding:
To ask that (something) be done in accordance with a legal requirement.
Involve is defined as to include or add as a participant.
(Archaic) To ask for; request
To be in need
(Archaic) To claim; demand; require
To require or compel.
To hold or fill (an office or position).
To supply what is specified by or required for:
To accept (someone) as an inpatient in a hospital.
To arrange for the services of; hire; employ
To hire or lease by charter
To engage the temporary use of for a fee; rent:
The definition of lease is to rent property out to someone or to agree to rent someone else's property.
To communicate or make known; impart:
To serve as a guide for; conduct.
(Archaic) To lead, or guide; to escort.
To direct, conduct, or serve as the leader or conductor of (an orchestra, ballet, etc.)
To dismantle and pack up for departure:
To take upon oneself (a duty or obligation):
To take (food, drugs, etc.) into the body, as by swallowing, inhaling, or absorbing
To eat or drink up; devour
To film a scene in a movie.
To record on film or video using a movie camera:
To deserve or call for; require:
(Informal) To cope:
To show consideration for:
Select is defined as to choose.
The definition of choose means to pick from a number of options.
To allow oneself to be subjected to something:
(With relationship implied by context) To obtain (a pet) from a shelter or the wild.
To gain possession of:
To recall or remove a motion from consideration in parliamentary procedure.
To do away with; eliminate:
To accept; to undergo; to submit to.
To oppose, resist, or endure, esp. in a successful way
To gather or assume from what is heard, known, etc.; infer
To melt or render (fat, etc.) to get (the oil)
To trap is defined as to catch someone or something.
To cause to feel strong emotion, especially joy; carry away; enrapture.
(Slang) To ask for, or get by asking, a loan or gift of money from
To tolerate is defined as to allow something, even if it is not your practice or something that you like.
(Informal) To hit with a hard, sweeping blow
To get by false pretenses or fraud
Swallow is defined as to cause something to pass down your throat, to accept or believe something, to consume something or cause it to disappear, or to put down an emotion.
Subtract is to take away something or to reduce something by a set amount.
To stomach is defined as to bear or deal with something.
(Baseball) To gain (a base) safely without the help of a hit, walk, or error, usually by running to it from another base while the pitch is being delivered
To get (a small amount of sleep).
To get hold or control of (something difficult to catch):
To allow someone to use or enjoy something that one possesses:
To put in legal possession of a particular thing; assign ownership to
To secure is to firmly attach something, to take action to make an area safe or to obtain something that you have been seeking.
To remove or get rid of. Often used with out :
To steal, especially in a stealthy way.
To get by special effort; obtain or acquire:
Prefer is defined as to like someone or something better than another.
Pocket is defined as to hide away or take something in a deceptive way.
Pilfer is defined as to steal a small item.
The definition of obtain is to get or acquire.
To get or bring in as a net; clear as profit, etc.
To seize and hold or carry off (a person) against that person's will, by force or fraud, often for ransom
To conclude or decide from something known or assumed; derive by reasoning; draw as a conclusion
Gross means to earn a certain amount of money before expenses or taxes are taken out.
To get a grip
To get possession of by unscrupulous methods
Extract is defined as to draw out, remove or obtain something from another.
To get or pick (a number, straw, prize, etc.) at random, as in a lottery
To draw or take away; divert:
(Intransitive) To take away (something from something else) in a way which leaves it lessened. [from 16th c.]
To get or receive (something) from a source
Defraud is defined as to use illegal means or deception to trick someone, usually to obtain money.
To take one thing from another; remove from; make smaller by some amount.
To deduce is defined as to come up with an answer by logic or by putting pieces of information together.
Deceive is defined as to make someone believe something that isn't true.
To commandeer is to take possession or control of something, or to take control of something for a military or law-enforcement purpose, or to make someone help you.
Clutch is defined as to grasp or hold tightly.
Clasp means to hold or grip tightly, or attach two or more things together.
To represent (something transient, immaterial, etc.) in more or less permanent form
To obtain or receive (something) on loan with the promise or understanding of returning it or its equivalent.
To get away without paying (a debt, etc.)
To knowingly say that something is smaller or less important than it actually is.
To be of use or advantage to; help:
To get the admiration, attention, etc. of; allure
(Archaic) To try to seize or get control of by attacking.
To get at the knowledge of; to ascertain.
The definition of appropriate is to put aside or take something for one's self or some other specific person.
(Intransitive) To think, believe, or be of opinion; to understand; to suppose.
To go with or attend as a companion or associate; to keep company with; to go along with.
To assume or pay for (a cost or costs).
To cause or require as a necessary consequence; involve; necessitate
To keep fixed, motionless, or intent:
To stop doing or considering; abandon:
To come into existence:
To deceive or swindle
To notice or perceive (something)
To detect automatically:
To travel over or through.
To travel among various places while fulfilling engagements.
(Now Rare) To use habitually; practice; train
To put forth or use energetically; put into action or use
To put to use, especially to make profitable or effective use of:
To enjoy; like
To guide; conduct; lead
To guide a vessel or vehicle.
To hold in affection and respect
To experience, undergo, or feel (something painful, injurious, or unpleasant):
To steal (usually something small or petty); pilfer
To indicate by beating or drumming.
To affect deeply in mind or emotion:
To delight is defined as to cause someone to feel great happiness or to feel great happiness or joy.
To transcribe permanently, as if in a register
To show; indicate:
To obtain through effort or merit; achieve:
To gather; to obtain; to receive as a reward or harvest, or as the fruit of labor or of works, in a good or a bad sense.
(Slang) To cheat or overcharge.
To cheat, swindle, or victimize
(Informal) To cheat or swindle.
To cheat or defraud.
To punish by a fine or by depriving of something
To deceive or cheat.
To cheat; defraud
(Rare) To reduce; lessen
To reduce in quantity or value:
To explain or tell the meaning of; to expound; to translate orally into intelligible or familiar language or terms; to decipher; to define; -- applied especially to language, but also to dreams, signs, conduct, mysteries, etc.; as, to interpret the Hebrew language to an Englishman; to interpret an Indian speech.
To know (a person or thing).
To uncover and get from the ground or another surface in this way
To go after in order to catch; chase; pursue
To get to the bottom of; understand thoroughly
To hold as one's conviction or opinion; think; imagine
To grasp mentally; understand
To understand; comprehend:
Work is defined as to put forth effort in order to accomplish something or to have a job.
To go rapidly; move swiftly
To perform a function; work:
Go is defined as to move or leave.
To act in a required or expected manner; work
To lump is defined as to group things together, even if they don't necessarily all belong together.
To support the spirits, vitality, or resolution of; encourage:
To bear the weight of, especially from below; keep from falling, sinking, or slipping:
To stand fast; remain; go on being
To join as a pair; couple
Couple means to link together or to pair up.
To transfer male reproductive cells from one individual to another, usually into an internal organ or cavity, such as a cloaca. Used of animals.
To plant or arrange in a bed of earth
To accept mentally as authentic, valid, etc.
To lure is defined as to purposely attract someone or tempt someone to do something, often using a reward.
To be attractive or interesting:
To tempt with something desirable; attract; entice; fascinate
To bat against (a pitcher or kind of pitch) successfully:
To elicit or detect through surprise:
(Intransitive) To become ill.
To come into being or activity; occur or happen
To get hold of; gain or win:
To perform for an audience:
To give up or renounce any claim to or connection with
To lose power or strength; weaken; die away
To wander from or become ignorant of:
To fail to understand correctly; misinterpret
To adhere or conform to; keep:
To maintain records in:
To constitute an addition:
To show or give signs of
To turn down (an applicant, as for a job); refuse to accept.
To decline to accept; reject
To stop; end
To avoid (a blow, for example) by moving or shifting quickly aside.
To prevent the flow or passage of:
To refrain from using, engaging in, or partaking of:
To keep oneself from doing, engaging in, or partaking of something; refrain:
To free from illusion or false belief; undeceive.
To reject as invalid, untrue, or improper.
To stir the emotions:
To grow or come to be:
To perceive through the sense of touch:
Hunt is defined as to look for or chase.
To pass or journey over or through; traverse:
To avail oneself of; practice:
To do or perform something habitually or repeatedly:
To be acquainted with:
To win victory over; overcome; beat
To allow oneself to think about; have in mind; consider
To make a permanent or official note of
To decide is defined as to conclude, settle or make a choice.
Increase is defined as to become bigger or greater.
To thrive is defined as to be successful in managing business or money.
To caress or rub with the mouth or lips
Serving to refresh.
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