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animal rights a movement that works for the rights of animals. People in favor of animal rights believe that animals should not be hurt or killed just to make the lives of humans easier.
auxiliary verb a verb used with a main verb to complete the main verb's meaning. Some examples of auxiliary verbs are "have" in "I have escaped" and "should" in "You should go."
clef one of the signs placed on a musical staff. They show the pitch at which the note should be played.
democrat a person who believes that government should be run by the people or that all people are equal. [1/2 definitions]
democratic relating to or demonstrating the belief that all people should be treated equally. [1/3 definitions]
duty something that a person should do because it is right or fair; responsibility. [1/4 definitions]
example a model that should be either copied or avoided. [1/4 definitions]
for shame! you should feel embarrassed or guilty about your action.
fret3 one of the ridges set across the neck of a stringed instrument such as a guitar or lute to mark where the fingers should press the strings for each note.
Heimlich maneuver an emergency technique used to save a person choking on something, such as food. One must stand behind the person choking and wrap one's arms around the person, just below the rib cage. One then presses hard in an upward movement to force air from the lungs. The rush of air should eject the object.
missing not where it should be; absent. [1/2 definitions]
model an example that should be copied or an ideal that others are compared to. [2/10 definitions]
must1 to be required to; ought to; should;. [1/4 definitions]
obligation something that someone should or should not do because of a law or moral principle. [1/2 definitions]
shouldn't shortened form of "should not."
sportsmanship the qualities and behavior which a person should show when playing a sport or game.