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mad

mad

/ˈmæd/
adjective
very angry or displeased

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female

female

/ˈfiˌmeɪɫ/
adjective
relating to women or the female gender

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confident

confident

/ˈkɑnfədənt/
adjective
being certain about our plans, abilities, the future, etc. and believing that we can gain success

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criminal

criminal

/ˈkɹɪmənəɫ/
adjective
connected with or involving illegal or criminal activities

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nervous

nervous

/ˈnɝvəs/
adjective
worried and anxious about something or slightly afraid of it
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Seven armed skeletons pop up from the earth and march in unison toward three nervous warriors.

Since most speculators are nervous about where they invest their money, bubbles are by no means the norm.

Are you nervous about your new life?' '

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fake

fake

/ˈfeɪk/
adjective
made or intended to be like the original or real version of something

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typical

typical

/ˈtɪpəkəɫ/, /ˈtɪpɪkəɫ/
adjective
having or showing the usual qualities or characteristics of a particular group of people or things

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native

native

/ˈneɪtɪv/
adjective
related to one's place of birth

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empty

empty

/ˈɛmpti/, /ˈɛmti/
adjective
with no one or nothing inside

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religious

religious

/ɹiˈɫɪdʒəs/, /ɹɪˈɫɪdʒəs/
adjective
related to a religion

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back

back

/ˈbæk/
adjective
being in or at the back of something

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tight

tight

/ˈtaɪt/
adjective
(of clothes or shoes) fitting closely or firmly, especially in an uncomfortable way

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pretty

pretty

/ˈpɹɪti/
adjective
(of a woman or a child) attractive without being very beautiful
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Last month a pretty girl came to work for him.

He agreed to do as the young woman said, and she left, a smile on her calm, pretty face.

It's very pretty.' '

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bottom

bottom

/ˈbɑtəm/
adjective
in the lowest place or position

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lovely

lovely

/ˈɫəvɫi/
adjective
very beautiful or attractive

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hungry

hungry

/ˈhəŋɡɹi/
adjective
wanting or needing to eat something; feeling hunger

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horrible

horrible

/ˈhɔɹəbəɫ/
adjective
extremely unpleasant, bad, or disagreeable
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It was a horrible sight!' '

Jane, just imagine my horrible life when you have gone.

But the grammar is horrible.

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moral

moral

/ˈmɔɹəɫ/
adjective
concerned with right and wrong behavior

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limited

limited

/ˈɫɪmətəd/, /ˈɫɪmɪtɪd/
adjective
not being great in extent or amount

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accurate

accurate

/ˈækjɝət/
adjective
describing something that is correct in all details, such as measurements, information, etc.

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square

square

/ˈskwɛɹ/
adjective
having four right angles and equal sides

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nuclear

nuclear

/ˈnukɫiɝ/
adjective
relating to, producing, or powered by nuclear energy

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capable

capable

/ˈkeɪpəbəɫ/
adjective
having the required quality or ability for doing something

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independent

independent

/ˌɪndɪˈpɛndənt/
adjective
free to do things as one wants and not needing help from others
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Most small independent businesses couldn't compete with the giant chains and eventually failed.

Young people in many Western cultures want to become independent.

For some people, owning a business fulfilled a lifelong dream of independent ownership.

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broad

broad

/ˈbɹɔd/
adjective
having a large distance between one side and another

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