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agreement an understanding between people or groups that states what kind of action is to be taken and what each person's responsibility will be. The document that describes this understanding is also called an agreement. [1/4 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]
anxiety a feeling of being worried, nervous, or afraid that something will happen.
bail1 money left with a court to make sure that a person who is set free after arrest will return for trial. [1/3 definitions]
bin a container or space for storing things such as wood, certain foods, or coal. Bins are also used for storing things that will be discarded later.
blinker a flashing light, especially one used on a car to signal that the car will turn and to show which way it will turn.
boomerang a curved wooden stick that can be thrown so that it will return to the thrower. Boomerangs are used as hunting weapons by Australian aborigines.
bottle the amount such a container will hold. [1/3 definitions]
buckle to set oneself with will and a sense of purpose (usually followed by "down"). [1/5 definitions]
budget a plan for how much money will be spent and earned during a certain period. [1/3 definitions]
bus stop a place along a bus route where the bus will stop to let people get on or off the bus.
chance a measure of how likely it is that a thing will happen; probability. [1/8 definitions]
charity the quality of not judging others in a harsh way; kindness; good will. [1/3 definitions]
confidence trust that another will keep a secret. [1/3 definitions]
crystal ball a globe of glass or crystal used by fortune-tellers to tell what will happen in the future. In stories, crystal balls are often used by witches or wizards.
curse a statement of a wish that something bad will happen to someone or something. [1/6 definitions]
destine to set on a particular course that cannot be changed, as if by fate or divine will. [1/2 definitions]
detective a person, often a police officer, whose job is to find information that will solve crimes.
dilemma a situation that requires a choice between two actions, neither of which will be a good solution.
doctrine a stated policy of a government that forms the basis for how that nation will deal with other nations. [1/2 definitions]
dry cell an electric battery cell in which the chemicals are stored as a paste that will not spill.