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Bolt - (bout) :: Ill usually bolt out of bed and stumble around as if drunk in an effort to find the obnoxious noise and shut it off
Honest - (eerlik) :: All the refugees on the projects books have one thing in common a desire to get a job and earn an honest living
Rousing - (opruiende) :: A chorus rousingly sings the fulllength anthem for each branch of the military
Agape - (agape) :: We followed him into the house trying not to look too much like tourists with our mouths agapeSEE ALL
Grey - (grys) ::
Grocery - (kruideniersware) :: Grocery shopping is thus the perfect guiltfree excuse for visiting the mall
Ground - (grond) :: In spring you kill the vetch by simply cutting it close to the ground and then lay it in place on the beds
Group - (groep) :: On the evidence of this album the group appear in complete and remarkable control of their art
Grow - (groei) :: as children growSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Analgesic - (pynstillende) :: You can take analgesics such as paracetamol or antiinflammatories to reduce any swelling
Analogous - (analoog) :: This is analogous to the law relating to the fire services and quite close factually to Alexandrou v Oxford
Analogue - (analoog) :: These analogues have similar properties to pyrophosphate but unlike pyrophosphate they are resistant to enzymatic degradation
Anarchy - (anargie) :: Opposed is the apparent liberalism individualism and anarchy on offer in a postmodern world
Anecdote - (staaltjie) :: The appeal of Resnicks account is enhanced by the lure of Bohemia which he and Passlof enrich with anecdote and intertwine with aesthetics and social historySEE ALL GRE WORDS