Kismet - Kismet
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Accident - (ongeluk) :: Through the fortunate accident of having a tedious instructor I had gained a year
Hull - (romp) :: The small dark squares visible along the hull beneath the main deck represent windows that illuminated interior spaces
Ride - (rit) :: a stream of young surfers fighting the elements to ride the waves
Tricycle - (driewiel) :: She is a keen tricyclist and will happily ride a few blocks in this way
Bank - (bank) :: Street kids in Nepal are now being given the opportunity to bank their money so that bigger kids wont beat them up and steal itSEE ALL
Case - (geval) :: It was the biggest mistake she ever made because from then on Id just pack the case and wed be off again
Cash - (kontant) :: The Group remains in a negative cashflow position as it used its available cash to finance capital expenditure and retire debt
Cast - (gooi) :: individuals who do not accept the norms are cast out from the group
Castle - (kasteel) :: Also he would like to clear the back rank before he castles to give his Rooks greater maneuverability
Cat - (kat) :: The Jaguar is the largest cat native to the Western HemisphereSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Bilk - (bedrieër) :: There seem to be those that arent really cut out for the demands of the 9 to 5 workday and Vincents one of those people to be sure but one must question if that alone justifies him bilking his father and friends out of money
Blandishment - (verlokking) :: Despite all his blandishments threats and persuasion he did not get his hearts desire
Blasphemy - (laster) :: Before I carefully elaborate on the his numerous and profane blasphemies perhaps an introduction to the professor would be helpful
Blatant - (blatante) :: Generally the tradition is to tell lies so blatant that even small children spot themSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Hearing (gehoor) :: She looked up and found her sight hearing and sense of smell had improved amazingly
Regulate (reguleer) :: Until recently it was not possible to easily regulate internet activity
Bridal (bruid) :: Spa Day is really between the bride and her bridal party
Wedlock (eg) :: Holidays together ought to be obligatory for couples thinking of wedlock