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awful
'm going to complain about that awful smell.
bachelor
He was a bachelor as he had never met the right woman. *
beginning
My hair is beginning to go grey.
breathe
Breathe deeply before performing.
Britain
A Briton is a person; Britain is the country.
business
Development of new business is vital to an economy.
captain
The lieutenant saluted the captain.
ceiling
She has painted the ceiling dark red.
cemetery
A catacomb is an underground cemetery.
certain
Are you certain you paid that bill?
choice
There's a choice of four desserts.
clothes
Wring out the wet clothes.
college
Do you want to go to college or university?
coming
My young cousin is coming to stay.
committee
The committee meet today.
comparative
A comparative creates a better picture of something by judging how similar or different it is to something else. *
competent
He is a competent pianist.
completely
My conscience is completely clear.

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