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v. 1) To turn white or become pale in fear 2) prepare by putting briefly in boiling water; scald
state of depression, sadness, melancholy; style of syncopated jazz that originated from the early lamenting folk music of African Americans and is characterized by the repeated use of flat notes (Music)
v. 1)talk in a loud, aggressive, or indignant way with little effect, 2) blow fiercely or in strong gusts
n. part of a horse's harness that goes on its head, including the metal bit for the mouth, the straps and the reins
n.1)all the young birds or other animals produced at one hatching or birth 2)think deeply about something that makes one unhappy.
n. counter where food and drink may be bought and consumed, esp in a railway station or on a train
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