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Spat
1. To slap
2. The past tense of spit.
3. A mollusk in the developing stage.
Bellow
1. A loud cry or roar.
2. To cry out loudly; roar.
Uneasy
1. Troubled, worried
2. Not relaxed or natural; embarrased or nervous.
3. Not secure.
Free-for-all
1. A noisy or disorderly fight in which anyone can become involved.
2. Something, such as a contest or a game, that is open to anyone who wishes to take part.
Restless
1. Unable to rest or be still; nervous; uneasy.
2. Not restful or relaxing; a restless sleep.
Throng
1. noun: a great crowd; multitude.
2. verb: to move in or form a crowd.
3. verb: to crowd into or around.
Wax
1. noun: any of a various dense, fatty substances occuring in plants and animals and also made artificially.
Embroider
1. To decorate with or make designs in needlework.
2. To add fanciful details to, as a story.
Blatant
1. Loud or noisy in an offensive way.
2. Immposible to overlook.
Pitfall
1. A camouflaged pit used to trap wild animals.
2. Any hidden danger.
Suppress
1. To put down or end by force; crush.
2. To keep from getting out or becomming known; hold back.
Amend
1. To change for the better; correct; reform.

2. To change or alter; to amend the rules.
Burden
1. Something carried; a load.
2. Something difficult to carry or bear; the burden of owing money.
3. To load or overload; I won't trouble you with my burdens.
Quench
1. To put out by throwing water on it.
2. To end or satisfy with water, like thirst.
3. To cool, as a hot meal, by thrusting into water.
Meager
1. Lacking in quantity or quality; not adequate; inferior.
2. Thin, lean; a meager frame.
Buffet
1. A piece of dining room furniture for holding silver, glassware, or table linen.
2. A meal where guests serve themselves.
3. A blow or slap with the hand.
4. To strike over and over; as waves to the shore.
Restore
1. To bring back to a former or original condition; to restore a painting.
2. To bring back; establish once more; peace was restored.
3. To give back, as something that was lost or stolen.
Vigorous
1. Full of strength, energy; energetic.
2. Performed with energy; a vigorous job of cleaning.