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landscape
A landscape picture is wider than it is tall.
traitor
A traitor is someone who betrays his country.
pray
They will pray together before they eat their dinner. *
maize
They call corn maize in America. *
curtain
There are cobwebs all over the curtain.
carbohydrate
Organic compounds occurring in foods and living tissues. *
interface
It is important to create an accessible interface.
portrait
A portrait picture is taller than it is wide.
waist
I have lost weight around my waist.
waste
This was a complete waste of time.
persuade
Can I persuade you to have another slice of this cake?
reign
The country prospered under the King's reign.
straight
David's shot went straight towards the goal.
emigrate
Tom plans to emigrate to Mexico when he retires.
aeroplane British English spelling
The Wright brothers flew the first aeroplane.

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