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a3 in every or in each; for every or for each.
alder a tree or shrub of the birch family that grows in mostly cool, damp areas and drops its leaves every year.
all the whole of or every one of. [1/8 definitions]
almanac a book published every year that predicts the weather for each day and gives facts about the tides, the time the sun will rise and set, and other useful information. [1/2 definitions]
alternate the second of every two; every other. [1/7 definitions]
always every time. [1/3 definitions]
annual happening once every year. [1/3 definitions]
antler one of a pair of bony growths on the head of most kinds of deer. Male elk, moose, and white-tailed deer all grow antlers with branches or prongs. Deer grow new antlers every year. Caribou and reindeer are the only deer that have antlers on both the males and the females.
any one or another; each and every. [1/5 definitions]
ark (sometimes capitalized) in the Bible, the large boat built by Noah to save his family and two of every animal from a flood sent by God. [1/2 definitions]
bi- a prefix that means "once every two." [1/2 definitions]
biennial happening every second year. [2/5 definitions]
butternut a tree of North America with leaves that drop every year. The butternut is related to the walnut. [1/2 definitions]
chorus a part of a song that is repeated after every verse. [1/3 definitions]
competitive having a strong desire to win or do better than others in almost every situation. [1/2 definitions]
daily happening or done every day. [2/3 definitions]
deer a mammal with short fur, long legs, and a long neck. Deer have hooves on their feet and can run very fast. The males of most kinds of deer grow and shed antlers every year. Deer are herbivores that chew their cud. Caribou, elk, moose, reindeer, and white-tailed deer are all kinds of deer.
derby a horse race run every year and limited to three-year-old horses. [1/2 definitions]
each every one of two or more. [2/3 definitions]
Easter a Christian holiday to celebrate that Jesus Christ returned to life after he died. Easter is held every spring on the Sunday after the first full moon between March 21 and April 25.
elephant an enormous mammal with a very long nose called a trunk. Elephants have curved tusks, huge, floppy ears, and four long, thick legs. Elephants use their trunks to pick up food, drink water, or lift things. They use their tusks to dig roots. Elephants travel in herds, eating tons of plants every day. African elephants are the largest mammals that live on land. Indian elephants are smaller and can be trained to work with people.