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advanced beyond an early or beginning level, or beyond the level of others; in a very developed state. [1/2 definitions]
baby tooth one of the first set of teeth in human babies and other mammals. Baby teeth fall out early in life to be replaced by adult teeth.
crocus a small plant that blooms in early spring with one colorful flower.
elementary having to do with the early years of school education. [1/2 definitions]
evening relating to or taking place during the early hours of night. [1/2 definitions]
forsythia a bush that has bright yellow flowers along its long, thin branches. Forsythias bloom in early spring.
get up on the wrong side of the bed to be in a bad mood from early in the day.
goldenrod a plant with small, yellow flowers on top of tall, stiff stems. It blooms in late summer or early fall.
head start an early start in a race, or an advantage in any other activity.
in advance before or early.
incubator a warm container that protects and helps babies that are sick or born too early. An incubator allows doctors to control the temperature, amount of oxygen, and other conditions that affect a baby's health. [1/2 definitions]
infant young or early; still growing or developing. [1/3 definitions]
morning the early part of the day, beginning when the sun rises and ending about noon. [1/2 definitions]
nip in the bud to keep from growing or happening; stop at an early stage.
nymph an insect in an early stage of life. A nymph looks like a small adult. [1/2 definitions]
onset the early stage; beginning. [1/2 definitions]
pillory a wooden structure that had holes for holding a person's head and hands. Pillories were used in early America to punish people who had broken the law by having them displayed in this way and be laughed at by the public.
primary an early election in the United States, where members of each political party vote for a candidate to run for office in the general election. [1/3 definitions]
primitive having to do with an early stage or a condition that is not developed. [1/3 definitions]
simple sentence a sentence that has only one clause. "We waited for the bus early in the morning" is an example of a simple sentence.
Thanksgiving Day a U.S. holiday held on the fourth Thursday in November every year. Thanksgiving Day serves as a reminder of the good harvest of 1621 that was enjoyed by a group of early European settlers, the Pilgrims. The holiday also serves as a reminder to celebrate and be thankful for the things one has.