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constitutional

constitutional

/ˌkɑnstəˈtuʃənəɫ/
adjective
relating to or operating under the official laws and principles called the constitution, by which a country or state is governed

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like

like

/ˈɫaɪk/
adjective
being identical or nearly the same in appearance, characteristics, etc.

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pro

pro

/ˈpɹoʊ/
adjective
(of people or events) professional, especially in sports
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So, I've always been pro team -

There are pros and cons to this method.

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wealthy

wealthy

/ˈwɛɫθi/
adjective
having a large amount of money or valuable possessions
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There he became famous and wealthy as an actor and as London's leading playwright.

You suddenly feel much wealthier.

One moment I was poor, the next moment I was wealthy.

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immediate

immediate

/ˌɪˈmiˌdiət/
adjective
done or performed without any time gap

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mobile

mobile

/ˈmoʊbəɫ/
adjective
not fixed and able to move or be moved easily or quickly

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remarkable

remarkable

/ɹiˈmɑɹkəbəɫ/, /ɹɪˈmɑɹkəbəɫ/
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worth noticing, especially because of being unusual or extraordinary

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relative

relative

/ˈɹɛɫətɪv/
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measured or judged when compared to something else

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prime

prime

/ˈpɹaɪm/
adjective
first in importance or rank
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These titles include prime minister, president, governor, sultan, and king.

I primed my eyes and now I want to try a new palette.

And I primed my skin with the prime correct face primer.

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organic

organic

/ɔɹˈɡænɪk/
adjective
(of food or farming techniques) produced or done without any artificial or chemical substances

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tricky

tricky

/ˈtɹɪki/
adjective
difficult to do or handle and requiring skill or caution

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focused

focused

/ˈfoʊkəst/, /ˈfoʊkɪst/
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with a lot of attention heeded toward a particular thing such as an aim, activity, etc.

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magical

magical

/ˈmædʒɪkəɫ/
adjective
related to or practicing magic
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You strange magical spirit, I love you!

It's a common misconception that people can read lips like a magical unicorn or something.

Like I will watch the show Supernatural, and I like, you know, magical girl stuff.

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dumb

dumb

/ˈdəm/
adjective
stupid; slow to learn

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solar

solar

/ˈsoʊɫɝ/
adjective
relating to the sun; relating to the energy received from the sun
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Each solar collection device consists of a pole with a large mirror on top.

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plastic

plastic

/ˈpɫæstɪk/
adjective
made of or consisting of plastic
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This bionic arm is suspended from a plastic framework that fits around Jesse's upper body.

Many gas pipes are plastic.

I did not come here to see where you went and what you put in a plastic bag.

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Indian

Indian

/ˈɪndiən/
adjective
relating to India or its people or languages

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south

south

/ˈsaʊθ/
adjective
situated in or toward the south

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given

given

/ˈɡɪvən/, /ˈɡɪvɪn/
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stated or specified; acknowledged or supposed

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magic

magic

/ˈmædʒɪk/
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describing or practicing special abilities or powers
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It's magic, you know.

It's magic.

Becky and I thought it was magic!'

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calm

calm

/ˈkɑɫm/, /ˈkɑm/
adjective
not showing worry, anger, or other strong emotions
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How can I be calm when you're so angry?'

It was a very calm response and I just wanted to share my love for the song.

I no longer felt strong or calm, and I began to cry bitterly.

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comic

comic

/ˈkɑmɪk/
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connected with or in the style of comedy

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brief

brief

/ˈbɹif/
adjective
short in duration
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You might think of these waves as brief fluctuations in air pressure.

Google: A Brief History If you type into Google's search engine the question "How does Google work?"s

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ordinary

ordinary

/ˈɔɹdəˌnɛɹi/
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not unusual or different in any way

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senior

senior

/ˈsinjɝ/
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of a high or higher status or rank than someone else

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great

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