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EMERALD words, 04 Oct 23, 13:24


1 simultaneously 3 Each node can transfer data sets simultaneously to every other node. Advat the same instant2015.12.04 23:27
2 procreation 10 Some people believe that sex should only be for the purpose of procreation.Nthe sexual activity of conceiving and bearing offspring2015.12.04 23:25
3 consent 3 They did not consent to buy some candies.Vpermission or agreement:2015.12.04 23:23
4 mutual 3 The feeling of unease is mutual.ADJC1 (of two or more people or groups) feeling the same emotion, or doing the same thing to or for each other:2015.12.04 23:20
5 pluralistic 4 Will the army truly allow the emergence of a pluralistic, representative model government?Nof or relating to the philosophical doctrine of pluralism2015.12.04 23:18
6 inclusive 6 This technology should be inclusive of all departments and all situations.NAn inclusive price or amount includes everything2015.12.04 23:13
7 sustenance 10 The biological weapons brings death, not sustenance.Nfood:2015.12.04 23:10
8 alter 2 We've had to alter our computer system.Vto change something, usually slightly, or to cause the characteristics of something to change2015.12.04 23:08
9 liberalize 3 Why Liberalize Trade?Vto make laws, systems, or opinions less severe2015.12.04 17:43
10 extended 2 The European powers extended their weapons of mass destructionADJlong or longer than usual2015.12.04 15:22
11 trigger 3 The detailed ESB design trigger another set of issues.Vto ‹cause something ‹bad to ‹start2015.11.22 21:17
12 shrill 7 I was awaked by the shrill alarm every morning.ADJhaving a ‹loud and high ‹sound that is ‹unpleasant or ‹painful to ‹listen to2015.11.22 21:10
13 prey 4 Genes allow them to crawl around and engulf their prey.Van ‹animal that is ‹hunted and ‹killed for ‹food by another ‹animal2015.11.22 20:58
14 distress 4 They sent a distress rocket.Na ‹feeling of ‹extreme ‹worry, sadness, or ‹pain:2015.11.22 20:53
15 repulse 9 You was repulse by fingerprint identification.Nto ‹push away or ‹refuse something or someone ‹unwanted, ‹especially to successfully ‹stop a ‹physical ‹attack against you2015.11.22 19:20
16 intense 2 They have warned the world to expect more frequent and intense extreme weather events.ADJextreme and ‹forceful or (of a ‹feeling) very ‹strong2015.11.22 19:12
17 subside 6 The H5N1 was subsided.VIf a ‹condition subsides, it ‹becomes less ‹strong or ‹extreme2015.11.22 19:09
18 autism 8 The cause of autism is unknown.Na ‹failure to ‹develop ‹social ‹abilities, ‹language, and other ‹communication ‹skills to the ‹usual ‹level2015.11.22 19:02
19 virtual 3 The Virtual Reality is a new technology.ADJalmost a ‹particular thing or ‹quality:2015.11.22 18:58
20 ultimate 3 Our ultimate objective is the removal of all nuclear weapons.ADJmost ‹extreme or ‹important because either the ‹original or ‹final, or the ‹best or ‹worst2015.11.22 18:24
21 instinctive 3 This is instinctive to touch the screen.ADJbased on instinct and not involving thought2015.11.10 02:25
22 rigidly 4 We recommend that you enforce this practice rigidlyAdvin a ‹stiff or ‹fixed way, without ‹bending or ‹moving2015.11.10 02:23
23 preceding 3 In the preceding step, you built the SIMH simulator.Nhappening or coming before the time, place, or part mentioned2015.11.10 02:22
24 concentration 2 The challenge is to have the power of concentration to shut that out.Nthe ability to think about something carefully or for a long time2015.11.10 02:21
25 hereditary 8 Is this disease hereditary?ADJa quality or illness that is hereditary is passed from a parent to a child before the child is born2015.11.10 02:18
26 isolation 3 This is the strongest isolation level.Nwhen one group, person, or thing is separate from others2015.11.10 02:17
27 copulation 10 Copulation could be used for alliance and protection among animals of the same sex.Nto have sex2015.11.10 02:15
28 eventually 2 Yet in a grid environment we have to be cognizant of the fact that people around the world may eventually tap into these applications.Advn§tu§al§ly - after a long time, or after a lot of things have happened2015.11.10 02:13
29 fatal 4 This Computer viru led to fatal resultsADJresulting in someone's death2015.11.10 02:12
30 modify 3 You can modify the code to contain anything you like.Vto make small changes to something in order to improve it and make it more suitable or effective2015.11.10 02:09
31 foresight 9 It was an example of the authorities' lack of foresight.Nthe ‹ability to ‹judge correctly what is going to ‹happen in the ‹future and ‹plan ‹your ‹actions ‹based on this ‹knowledge.2015.11.02 15:38
32 twig 10 We ‹collected ‹dry twigs to ‹start the ‹fire.Na ‹small, ‹thin ‹branch of a ‹tree or ‹bush, ‹especially one ‹removed from the ‹tree or ‹bush and without any ‹leaves2015.11.02 15:36
33 master 1 She ‹lived in Italy for several ‹years but never ‹quite mastered the ‹language.V to ‹learn how to do something well2015.11.02 15:34
34 omnivorous 15 Brown bears are omnivorous, eating anything that they can get their paws on.ADJan animal that is omnivorous eats both meat and plants2015.11.02 15:21
35 peer 3 First her mother, then her peers, and finally the entire troop began washing sweet potatos.Nyour peers are the people who are the same age as you, or who have the same type of job, social class etc2015.11.02 15:14
36 terrestrial 7 Although they can swim, the polar bears are terrestrial animals.ADJliving on or relating to land rather than water2015.11.02 15:08
37 instinctive 3 Running away is our instinctive reaction when we meet danger.ADJbased on instinct and not involving thought2015.11.02 15:03

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