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mathematics
(noun) a subject dealing with the measurement, properties, and relationships of numbers
really
(adverb) actually; truly; in fact
audience
(noun) people gathered in a place to hear or see
usually
(adverb) according to what is usual; commonly; ordinarily
diamond
(noun) a precious stone, the hardest natural substance known
favorite
(adjective) liked better than others
(noun)person or thing preferred above others
memory
(noun) ability to remember; capacity to recall
restaurant
(noun) place to buy and eat a meal
recognize
(verb) to be aware of something as already known; identify
disgusted
(adjective) filled with disgust
secretary
(noun) a person who writes letters, keeps records, etc. for a person, company, or club
miniature
(noun)anything represented on a very small scale; reduced image
tournament
(noun) contest in any game in which competitors play a series of games
vacuum
(noun) an empty space without even air in it
Delaware
(proper noun) one of the Northeastern states of the United States
gratitude
(noun) kindly feeling because of a favor received; thankfulness
elementary
(adjective) dealing with simple, necessary parts to be learned first; introductory
juvenile
(adjective) young; youthful; immature; childish
victim
(noun) person badly treated or taken advantage of
category
(noun) group or division in a general system of classification