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benefit
v. To help or be helpful to; to be useful to.
n. 1. Something that is useful or helpful, that does good, sometimes as part of a job contract. 2. An event held to raise money for a cause.
That preschool program benefits young children.
One of the benefits of my exercise program is that I sleep better.
The library's benefit raised enough money for a new children's room.
complete
adj. 1. Having no missing parts; whole. 2. Finished.
v. To finish.
She bought a complete set of woodworking tools at a yard sale.
The new wing on the high school is now complete.
Schubert did not complete his eighth symphony, so it's nicknamed "The Unfinished."
develop
v. 1. To go through a process of growth. 2. To bring or come into being.3. To apply chemicals to photographic film to bring out the picture.
Running regularly develops strong leg muscles.
dismay
v. To cause feelings of fear, worry, or surprise.
n. A sudden loss of courage because of fear or worry.
ease
n. A state of being comfortable--without worry, pain, or trouble.
v. To make less worried, pained, or troubled.
hail
n. Small lumps of frozen rain.
v. 1. To fall as frozen rain. 2. To greet or welcome, usually with admiration.
lack
v. To be without.
n. A shortage.
master
adj. Chief; main.
v. To become skilled at.
patriot
n. One who loves, supports, and is loyal to his or her country.
patriotic
adj. Having or showing love of one's country.
patriotism
n. Love of one's country.
project
n. A plan or idea for doing something.
v. 1. To stick out. 2. To cause an image to be shown on a screen.
recommend
v. 1. To make a statement of praise. 2. To give advice; to suggest.
remark
v. To say; to make a comment.
n. Something said; a comment.
remarkable
adj. Deserving of being noticed; unusual.
represent
v. 1. To stand for or in place of. 2. To act in place of.
sufficient
adj. Enough to fill a need.
utter
v. To make sounds with the voice; to speak.