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benefit
To help or be helpful to.
That preschool program benefits young children.
complete
Having no missing parts; whole.
The new wing on the high school is now complete.
develop
To go through a process of growth.
I want to learn to develop my own picture.
dismay
To cause feelings of fear, worry or surprise.
A sudden loss of courage because of fear or worry.
ease
A state of being comfortable- without worry, pain, or trouble.
It eased my mind to hear you were safe.
hail
Small lumps of frozen rain.
The hail bouncing off the metal roof of the garage made a terrible racket.
lack
To be without.
A lack of money to pay the staff forced ourlibrary to close on weekends.
master
Chief; main - to become skilled at.
Throw the master switch to turn on the power.
patriot
One who loves, supports, and is loyal to his country.
Some people show their patriotism by proudly flying their country's flag.
project
A plan or idea for doing something.
This machine projects color slides but not movies.
recommend
To make a statement of praise
Dentist usually recommend that you have a checkup twice a year.
remark
To say or to make a comment.
When no one else could think of anything to say, I made a remark about how badly we needed rain.
represent
To stand for or in place of.
Three dots represent the letter "s" in the Morse code.
sufficient
Enough to fill a need.
Ten lessons on the piano were sufficient to earn me a star.
utter
To make sounds with the voice; to speak.
Please don't utter another word.