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curfew a rule or law that sets a time after which everyone must be off the street and inside for the night. Curfews sometimes apply only to a particular group, such as young people.
cytoplasm the thick liquid substance that holds all the parts that are inside a cell.
door a way of reaching the inside of a vehicle or other closed object. [1/3 definitions]
doorbell a bell on an outside door that is rung by a person who wants to be let inside.
earache a pain inside the ear.
embryo an animal or plant that is just starting to develop. An embryo grows inside an egg, a seed, or its mother.
empty to remove what is inside of; make empty. [1/7 definitions]
enclose to include inside or with. [1/2 definitions]
explode to burst because of too much pressure inside. [1/3 definitions]
fireplace a brick or stone space in a room for making fires. A fireplace has a chimney, which keeps smoke from building up inside the room.
fish an animal that lives in water and has fins for swimming and gills for breathing. Fish are cold-blooded animals with skeletons inside their bodies. Most fish have scales on their skin. There are many kinds of fish, including salmon, goldfish, tuna, and sharks. [1/5 definitions]
flintlock a part of an old-fashioned gun no longer in use. This part makes a spark that sets the powder inside on fire. [1/2 definitions]
flue a hollow pipe inside a chimney that lets hot or cold air, smoke, or steam escape to the outside.
gag1 to prevent from speaking or crying out by putting something across or inside the mouth. [1/3 definitions]
geothermal having to do with the heat produced inside the earth.
germ a basic part of a living organism, such as the inside of a seed or the embryo of an egg, from which other parts grow. [1/2 definitions]
gnome1 a creature in fairy tales that lives inside the earth and guards precious treasure. Gnomes are often portrayed as little old men with beards.
gum2 (often plural) the flesh inside the mouth around the base of the teeth.
gut to destroy the inside of. [1/5 definitions]
hall the room or entrance area just inside the main door of a building; lobby. [1/3 definitions]
hatch1 to help young animals develop inside their eggs and then to break out or be born. Birds, reptiles, and certain kinds of fish hatch eggs. [1/3 definitions]