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abscess a sore that forms within the tissues of the body and is filled with pus. Abscesses can be caused by an infection.
anarchy a complete lack of government or law within a country or society. [1/2 definitions]
area the amount of surface within a certain space. [1/3 definitions]
around in or to places within an area; here and there. [1/12 definitions]
before in the presence of; within view of. [1/6 definitions]
bound3 (usually plural) the area within or near a boundary or limit of something; border. [1/3 definitions]
bulge a rounded or swollen part caused by pressure from below or within. [1/2 definitions]
campsite a place where one sets up a tent or camper for camping, usually within a campground. [1/2 definitions]
cell any small, hollow space within a larger group of hollow spaces. [1/4 definitions]
civil war a war within a country between different groups or areas.
concession the renting or lending of space within a building or other property for a specific purpose. [1/4 definitions]
confine to keep within limits; restrict. [1/3 definitions]
contain to hold or have within. [2/3 definitions]
crop any group that appears within a short time. [1/7 definitions]
cyst a small pouch within body tissue that is filled with fluid or air. Some cysts are connected with serious disease, but most are not harmful at all.
disk a thin, round plate used to record data entered on a computer. Disks are often contained within a plastic case. [1/3 definitions]
earthquake a shaking or other movement of part of the earth's surface. It is caused by movement deep within the earth. Earthquakes can cause the ground to split.
economy the system of how money is made and used within a particular country or region. A region's economy is connected with things like how many goods and services are produced and how much money people can spend on these things. [1/2 definitions]
enzyme a protein that helps a chemical reaction take place within a living thing.
fold2 an area within a fence or wall where sheep or other animals are kept.
food web the interlocking food chains within an ecological community.