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confused

confused

/kənˈfjuzd/
adjective
not understanding what is happening or being said; not able to think clearly

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grand

grand

/ˈɡɹænd/
adjective
very impressive and large

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narrow

narrow

/ˈnæɹoʊ/, /ˈnɛɹoʊ/
adjective
not wide; having a small width in comparison with the length

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boring

boring

/ˈbɔɹɪŋ/
adjective
‌not interesting at all
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Learning the law is so boring, but Uncle Shirkuh thinks I can't do anything else.

But governesses are boring.

Yes, school is boring.

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viral

viral

/ˈvaɪɹəɫ/
adjective
of, related to, or caused by a virus or viruses
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Even if a video goes viral, it will probably be mostly forgotten within three or four weeks.

So I do appreciate that the college girl had made a situation go viral and got a lot of attention.

But her skit has gone viral a lot, especially on Facebook.

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unable

unable

/əˈneɪbəɫ/
adjective
being incapable of or lacking the skill, means, etc. necessary for doing something

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deadly

deadly

/ˈdɛdɫi/
adjective
causing death or capable of causing death

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external

external

/ɪkˈstɝnəɫ/
adjective
situated on or related to the outer surface of something or someone

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slight

slight

/ˈsɫaɪt/
adjective
small in degree or amount

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silent

silent

/ˈsaɪɫənt/
adjective
having or making little or no sound

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purple

purple

/ˈpɝpəɫ/
adjective
having a color between red and blue

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gross

gross

/ˈɡɹoʊs/
adjective
extremely bad, unacceptable and considered immoral

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vulnerable

vulnerable

/ˈvəɫnɝəbəɫ/
adjective
prone to harm or abuse, either emotionally or physically; exposed
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It was especially vulnerable to fraud on the Internet, since no face-to-face contact occurred.

We just wanted to get away especially because nobody else was around, and we're vulnerable.

So those are just some good things and bad things about being vulnerable on the Internet.

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racial

racial

/ˈɹeɪʃəɫ/
adjective
related to the way humankind is sometimes divided into, which is based on physical attributes or shared ancestry
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Although you're including racial slurs in it now, for some reason and I don't know why.

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northern

northern

/ˈnɔɹðɝn/
adjective
being directed toward or situated in the north
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Humans in northern Europe dug up wild onions.

It was 117 kilometres long, and went from sea to sea across the most northern part of England.

I’m in northern California right now.

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toxic

toxic

/ˈtɑksɪk/
adjective
containing or related to poison
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They can process run-off water to remove toxic substances.

SERIOUS REACTIONS Fire ant venom may be toxic to the nervous system.

The beauty community as a whole is not toxic.

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republican

republican

/ɹiˈpəbɫəkən/, /ɹiˈpəbɫɪkən/, /ɹɪˈpəbɫɪkən/
adjective
relating to or similar to a republic; supporting the principles and doctrines of a republic

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blind

blind

/ˈbɫaɪnd/
adjective
not able to see

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vocal

vocal

/ˈvoʊkəɫ/
adjective
relating to the voice, especially the human voice

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kind

kind

/ˈkaɪnd/
adjective
friendly and nice to others; caring about other people's feelings

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reliable

reliable

/ɹiˈɫaɪəbəɫ/, /ɹɪˈɫaɪəbəɫ/
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able to be relied on or trusted

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round

round

/ˈɹaʊnd/
adjective
shaped like a circle or ball; having the shape or form of a circle or ball

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sound

sound

/ˈsaʊnd/
adjective
free from damage, disease, etc. and in a good condition

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pink

pink

/ˈpɪŋk/
adjective
having a light or pale shade of red
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Anna’s face is pink, and she looks away.

Your face is a bit pink.

There is nobody in the elevator, but she can smell roses - beautiful pink roses.

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automatic

automatic

/ˌɔtəˈmætɪk/, /ˌɔtoʊˈmætɪk/
adjective
(of devices or processes) being or working with little or no human intervention

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