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online

online

/ˈɔnˌɫaɪn/
adjective
connected to or via the Internet

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cute

cute

/ˈkjut/
adjective
attractive and good-looking

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separate

separate

/ˈsɛpɝˌeɪt/, /ˈsɛpɝɪt/, /ˈsɛpɹət/
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not connected to anything, and forming a unit by itself

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classic

classic

/ˈkɫæsɪk/
adjective
considered to be one of the best or most important of its kind over a period of time

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potential

potential

/pəˈtɛnʃəɫ/
adjective
having the possibility to develop or be developed into something particular in the future

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super

super

/ˈsupɝ/
adjective
very good
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"Boosting the volume to max and feeling like you have super hearing.

There is no super-tornado, it's just, it's not a thing.

It is super hot in North Carolina.

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professional

professional

/pɹəˈfɛʃənəɫ/
adjective
doing an activity as a job and not just for fun

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curious

curious

/ˈkjʊɹiəs/
adjective
interested in learning and knowing about things

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front

front

/ˈfɹənt/
adjective
relating to, at, in, or on the front of something

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least

least

/ˈɫist/
adjective
smallest in size, amount, or significance

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lucky

lucky

/ˈɫəki/
adjective
having or bringing good luck

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direct

direct

/daɪˈɹɛkt/, /dɝˈɛkt/, /dɪˈɹɛkt/
adjective
going from one place to another in a straight line without stopping or changing direction

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secret

secret

/ˈsikɹət/, /ˈsikɹɪt/
adjective
not seen by or unknown to other people; meant to remain unseen or unknown to other people

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additional

additional

/əˈdɪʃənəɫ/, /əˈdɪʃnəɫ/
adjective
being or having more than usual

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live

live

/ˈɫaɪv/, /ˈɫɪv/
adjective
receiving a broadcast at the time of happening

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rare

rare

/ˈɹɛɹ/
adjective
extremely uncommon and happening or done infrequently

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tired

tired

/ˈtaɪɝd/
adjective
without energy; needing rest

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electric

electric

/ɪˈɫɛktɹɪk/
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relating to, produced by, or using electricity

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brown

brown

/ˈbɹaʊn/
adjective
having the color of soil, wood, or coffee
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the man in the brown hat said.

He had short brown hair and a happy smile.

So, this is a brown one.

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random

random

/ˈɹændəm/
adjective
chosen, done, or happening by chance and without any particular plan, method, or purpose
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We don't really have time dealing with random people coming up to us and trying to show off their signing skills.

These similarities seemed too numerous to be random coincidences.

I get random bursts of pain everywhere like chronic pain life, you know?

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overall

overall

/ˈoʊvɝˌɔɫ/
adjective
including or considering everything or everyone in a certain situation or group

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angry

angry

/ˈæŋɡɹi/
adjective
full of anger; feeling or showing anger or hostility

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busy

busy

/ˈbɪzi/
adjective
having a lot of things to do and not having free time

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glad

glad

/ˈɡɫæd/
adjective
feeling happy or pleased

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stupid

stupid

/ˈstupəd/, /ˈstupɪd/
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showing a lack of intelligence or common sense

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