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left

left

/ˈɫɛft/
adjective
on, toward, or relating to the side of the body or of a thing that is toward the west when facing north

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thick

thick

/ˈθɪk/
adjective
having a long distance between opposite sides

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British

British

/bɹˈɪɾɪʃ/
adjective
relating to the United Kingdom or Great Britain, or to its people or language
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He hired a well-known British photographer named Eadweard Muybridge, then working in San Francisco, to get the answer.

To learn about his own mind-reading abilities, Johnson takes a famous test devised by the British psychologist Simon Baron-Cohen.

The British soldiers stayed in the Highlands, and took away houses and land from the friends of Charles Stuart.

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dramatic

dramatic

/dɹəˈmætɪk/
adjective
astonishing in appearance or effect
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Many of the dramatic images he created for science are now found in art museums worldwide.

Dramatic changes began in the 18th century.

These deficits include memory impairments, a diminished ability to make decisions, and dramatic lapses in attention.

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careful

careful

/ˈkɛɹfəɫ/
adjective
giving attention or thought to what we are doing to avoid doing something wrong, hurting ourselves, or damaging something; exercising caution

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solid

solid

/ˈsɑɫəd/
adjective
having the property of firmness and being stable in form; not gaseous or liquid

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tall

tall

/ˈtɔɫ/
adjective
(of a person or thing) having a greater height than normal

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double

double

/ˈdəbəɫ/
adjective
consisting of two equal or similar things or parts

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obvious

obvious

/ˈɑbviəs/
adjective
noticeable and easily understood
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The obvious superiority of their search engine quickly attracted financial backing.

One obvious tactic was to sell advertising space on Google's home page.

Although he kept looking up eagerly at the sky, it was obvious that he could see nothing.

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necessary

necessary

/ˈnɛsəˌsɛɹi/
adjective
needed to be done for a particular reason or purpose

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sad

sad

/ˈsæd/
adjective
not happy; feeling or showing unhappiness or sorrow

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alone

alone

/əˈɫoʊn/
adjective
isolated and separated from others
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I shall be alone with that mad woman upstairs.

Because I was never with him when he was alone,' the witness answered.

He is now alone on a small island.

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proud

proud

/ˈpɹaʊd/
adjective
feeling satisfied with someone or one's possessions, achievements, etc.

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flat

flat

/ˈfɫæt/
adjective
having a level surface; not curved or sloping

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central

central

/ˈsɛntɹəɫ/
adjective
being at, in, or near the center

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ancient

ancient

/ˈeɪnʃənt/, /ˈeɪntʃənt/
adjective
related or belonging to a period of history that is long gone
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Ancient humans depended on the powers of nature to help them survive.

About 4,000 years ago, ancient Egyptians developed a 12-hour time system.

Narcissus was the name of a character in an ancient Greek story.

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worried

worried

/ˈwɝid/
adjective
feeling unhappy and afraid because of something that has happened or that might happen

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creative

creative

/kɹiˈeɪtɪv/
adjective
having great imagination or original ideas; involving or relating to the use of imagination and skill to create new things or ideas

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responsible

responsible

/ɹiˈspɑnsəbəɫ/
adjective
having an obligation to do something or to take care of someone or something as part of one's job or role
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Some researchers have inferred that faulty connections between areas of the brain may be responsible for autism.

Isolating which part of the brain is responsible for moving your big toe is a neat trick.

Who is responsible?' '

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critical

critical

/ˈkɹɪtɪkəɫ/
adjective
(of a problem or situation) very serious and possibly disastrous

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Chinese

Chinese

/tʃaɪnˈiːz/
adjective
related to China, its people, culture, or language

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standard

standard

/ˈstændɝd/
adjective
accepted or used as usual or normal

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emotional

emotional

/ˈiˌmoʊʃənəɫ/, /ɪˈmoʊʃənəɫ/
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relating to people's emotions

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delicious

delicious

/dɪˈɫɪʃəs/
adjective
having a good taste

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wild

wild

/ˈwaɪɫd/
adjective
(of an animal or plant) living or growing in a natural state; not tamed or domesticated, or cultivated by people

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