GRIND (verb)
GRIND (verb)

1 reduce to small particles by crushing it 2 move noisily and laboriously, against a countering force 3 rotate the hips

DRY (adjective)
DRY (adjective)

1 empty of water as a result of evaporation 2 without grease 3 subtle, expressed in a matter-of-fact way

BLUE (adjective)
BLUE (adjective)

1 of a color intermediate between green and violet 2 out of the blue: without warning, unexpectedly

ANGEL (noun)
ANGEL (noun)

1 a spiritual being conventionally represented in human form with wings 2 used in comparisons to refer to a person's outstanding beauty

MAN (noun)
MAN (noun)

1 an adult human male 2 a husband, boyfriend, or lover 3 exclamation used to express surprise, admiration, delight

HER (pronoun)
HER (pronoun)

1 used to refer to a female person 2 often used in place of “she” after the verb “to be” 3 used in titles: Her Royal Highness

SHADOW (noun)
SHADOW (noun)

1 partial or complete darkness 2 an expression of perplexity or sadness 3 a person secretly following and observing another

HAIRDO (noun)
HAIRDO (noun)

1 the style of a person's hair 2 an act of styling a person's hair (used especially of a woman's hair)

FLOAT (verb)
FLOAT (verb)

1 rest on the surface of a liquid without sinking 2 move slowly and lightly 3 fluctuate freely in value in accordance with supply and demand in the financial markets

SUGAR (noun)
SUGAR (noun)

1 a sweet crystalline substance obtained from sugar cane 2 used as a term of endearment or an affectionate form of address 3 used as a euphemism for “shit”

PEBBLE (noun/adjective)
PEBBLE (noun/adjective)

1 a small stone made smooth and round by the action of water or sand 2 very thick and convex

BLUSH (verb)
BLUSH (verb)

1 develop a pink tinge 2 feel embarrassed or ashamed

COUSIN (noun)
COUSIN (noun)

1 a child of one's uncle or aunt 2 a person belonging to the same extended family 3 a thing related or analogous to another 4 a person of a kindred culture, race, or nation

FEAST (noun/verb)
FEAST (noun/verb)

1 a large meal, typically one in celebration of something 2 a plentiful supply of something enjoyable 3 eat and drink sumptuously

DOLPHIN (noun)
DOLPHIN (noun)

1 a small toothed whale with an arched body and a fin on the back 2 mammal well known for sociable nature and high intelligence 3 a structure for protecting the pier from collision with ships

MARATHON (noun)
MARATHON (noun)

1 a long-distance running race 2 a long-lasting or difficult task 3 of great duration or distance, very long

FLAME (noun)
FLAME (noun)

1 a hot glowing body of ignited gas that is generated by something on fire 2 a brilliant orange-red color 3 a very intense emotion

LOUNGE (noun)
LOUNGE (noun)

1 a public room, as in a hotel, theater, or club, in which to sit and relax 2 a couch or sofa, especially a backless one having a headrest at one end

CROP (verb)
CROP (verb)

1 cut very short 2 cut the edges in order to produce a better picture or to fit a given space 3 sow or plant (land) with plants that will produce food

DIRT (noun)
DIRT (noun)

1 loose soil or earth, the ground 2 obscene or sordid material

CHEF (noun)
CHEF (noun)

1 a professional cook, typically the chief cook in a restaurant or hotel

ANGIOSPERM (noun)
ANGIOSPERM (noun)

1 a plant that has flowers and produces seeds enclosed within an ovary

COLOMBIA (noun)
COLOMBIA (noun)

1 a country in extreme northwestern South America that has a coastline on both the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans, population 42,310,000, capital Bogotá, official language Spanish

MENSES (noun)
MENSES (noun)

1 The monthly flow of blood and cellular debris from the uterus that begins at puberty in women and the females of other primates.

HANG (verb)
HANG (verb)

1 suspend from above 2 exhibit 3 attach so as to allow free movement 4 remain static in the air

WALK (verb)
WALK (verb)

1 move at a regular and slow pace by lifting and setting down each foot in turn, never having both feet of the ground at the same time 2 guide, accompany or escort on foot 3 take a domestic animal out for exercise

HORIZON (noun)
HORIZON (noun)

1 the line at which the earth's surface and the sky appear to meet 2 the limit of a person's mental perception, experience, or interest 3 on the horizon: just imminent or becoming apparent

MOON (noun)
MOON (noun)

1 the natural satellite of the Earth 2 anything that one could desire 3 a month