IMPURE (adjective)
IMPURE (adjective)

1 mixed with foreign matter, adulterated 2 morally wrong, especially in sexual matters 3 contaminated according to ritual prescriptions

HIGH (adjective)
HIGH (adjective)

1 far above ground, sea level, or another point of reference 2 great, or greater than normal, in quantity, size, or intensity 3 at its peak 4 excited, euphoric

BUBBLE (noun)
BUBBLE (noun)

1 an air-filled spherical cavity in a liquid 2 a state or feeling that is unstable and unlikely to last 3 a place or position of isolated safety

WIFE (noun)
WIFE (noun)

1 a married woman considered in relation to her husband 2 a woman, especially an old or uneducated one

ROSE (noun)
ROSE (noun)

1 a prickly bush that bears fragrant flowers 2 used in comparisons in reference to the rose flower's beauty 3 a warm pink or light crimson color 4 used in reference to a rosy complexion, especially that of a young woman

HAND (noun)
HAND (noun)

1 the end part of a person's arm beyond the wrist 2 done or made manually rather than by machine 3 skill and dexterity 4 a pledge of marriage by a woman

FAMILY (noun)
FAMILY (noun)

1 a group consisting of parents and children living together in a household 2 a person or people related to one and so to be treated with a special loyalty or intimacy 3 all the descendants of a common ancestor

UTERUS (noun)
UTERUS (noun)

1 the organ in the lower body of a woman or female mammal where offspring are conceived and in which they gestate before birth; the womb

HIDE (verb)
HIDE (verb)

1 put or keep out of sight; conceal from the view of others 2 prevent from being seen 3 keep secret or unknown

EDEN (noun)
EDEN (noun)

1 the place where Adam and Eve lived in the biblical account of the Creation, from which they were expelled for disobediently eating the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil

COMPANION (noun)
COMPANION (noun)

1 a person or animal with whom one spends a lot of time or with whom one travels 2 a person who shares the experiences of another, especially when these are unpleasant or unwelcome 3 a person with similar tastes and interests to one's own and with whom one has a friendly relationship 4 one of a pair of things intended to complement or match each other

BEWITCH (verb)
BEWITCH (verb)

1 cast a spell on and gain control over someone by magic 2 enchant and delight

ROOT (noun)
ROOT (noun)

1 the part of a plant that attaches it to the ground, conveying water and nourishment to the rest of the plant 2 the part of a thing attaching it to a greater or more fundamental whole; the end or base 3 the basic cause, source, or origin of something 4 family, ethnic, or cultural origins; the reasons for one's long-standing emotional attachment to a place or community 5 relating to something from a particular ethnic or cultural origin, especially a non-Western one

CLOSE (verb/noun)
CLOSE (verb/noun)

1 move so as to cover an opening 2 come into contact with something so as to encircle and hold it 3 gradually get nearer to someone or something 4 with very little or no space in between 5 denoting a family member who is part of a person's immediate family 6 on very affectionate or intimate terms

DIG (verb)
DIG (verb)

1 break up and move earth with a tool or machine, or with hands 2 bring out something that is hidden or has been stored for a long time 3 engage in research, conduct an investigation 4 like, appreciate, or understand

OM (noun)
OM (noun)

1 a mystic syllable, considered the most sacred mantra. It appears at the beginning and end of most Sanskrit recitations, prayers, and texts 2 the primordial sound, from which the entire universe has arisen and within which all other sounds are contained

VALUE (noun)
VALUE (noun)

1 the regard that something is held to deserve, the importance or preciousness of something 2 the material or monetary worth of something 3 a person's principles or standards of behavior, one's judgment of what is important in life

UNIFORM (adjective/noun)
UNIFORM (adjective/noun)

1 not changing in form or character, remaining the same in all cases and at all times 2 the distinctive clothing worn by members of the same organization or by children attending certain schools

WHITE (noun)
WHITE (noun)

1 of the color of milk or fresh snow, due to the reflection of most wavelengths of visible light; the opposite of black 2 morally or spiritually pure, innocent and untainted

FATHER-IN-LAW (noun)
FATHER-IN-LAW (noun)

1 the father of one's spouse

LAY (verb)
LAY (verb)

1 put down gently or carefully 2 require someone to endure or deal with a responsibility 3 (of a female bird, insect, reptile, or amphibian) produce an egg from inside the body 4 have sexual intercourse with

RAY (noun/verb)
RAY (noun/verb)

1 each of the lines in which light (and heat) may seem to stream from the sun or any luminous body, or pass through a small opening 2 spread from a central point 3 radiate light

HOT (adjective)
HOT (adjective)

1 having a high degree of heat or a high temperature 2 containing pungent spices or peppers that produce a burning sensation when tasted 3 lustful, amorous, or erotic 4 (in children’s games) very close to finding or guessing something

WATER (noun)
WATER (noun)

1 a colorless, transparent, odorless, tasteless liquid that forms the seas, lakes, rivers, and rain and is the basis of the fluids of living organisms 2 the amniotic fluid surrounding a fetus in the womb, discharged in a flow shortly before birth 3 one of the four elements in ancient and medieval philosophy and in astrology 4 the water of a mineral spring, typically as used medicinally for bathing in or drinking

SOAP (noun)
SOAP (noun)

1 a substance used with water for washing and cleaning, made of a compound of natural oils or fats with sodium hydroxide or another strong alkali, and typically having perfume and coloring added 2 (informal) a soap opera

COW (noun)
COW (noun)

1 a fully grown female animal of a domesticated breed of ox, used as a source of milk or beef 2 a female domestic bovine animal that has borne more than one calf 3 the female of certain other large animals, for example elephant, rhinoceros, whale, seal, or reindeer 3 (informal derogatory) a woman, especially a fat or stupid one

PASTURE (noun)
PASTURE (noun)

1 land covered with grass and other low plants suitable for grazing animals, especially cattle or sheep 2 (figurative) a place or activity regarded as offering new opportunities

EGG (noun)
EGG (noun)

1 an oval or round object laid by a female bird, reptile, fish, or invertebrate, usually containing a developing embryo 2 the female reproductive cell in animals and plants; an ovum 3 a thing resembling a bird's egg in shape