(VERB) your (NOUN)

encircle1 your letter stock2
1 bind with something round or circular
2 stock that has not been registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission and cannot be sold to the general public
fortify1 your drinker2
1 add nutrients to
2 a person who drinks liquids
hit the deck1 your motor vehicle2
1 fall or drop suddenly, usually to evade some danger
2 a self-propelled wheeled vehicle that does not run on rails
roof1 your stock dividend2
1 provide a building with a roof; cover a building with a roof
2 a dividend paid in stock rather than in cash
ranch1 your foundation stone2
1 manage or run a ranch
2 a stone laid at a ceremony to mark the founding of a new building
pierce1 your reassurance2
1 move or affect (a person's emotions or bodily feelings) deeply or sharply
2 the act of reassuring; restoring someone's confidence
rage1 your complement2
1 feel intense anger
2 one of a series of enzymes in the blood serum that are part of the immune response
flop1 your yard measure2
1 fail utterly; collapse
2 a ruler or tape that is three feet long
hold on1 your bib2
1 retain possession of
2 a napkin tied under the chin of a child while eating
lock1 your safety harness2
1 fasten with a lock
2 belt attaching you to some object as a restraint in order to prevent you from getting hurt
mew1 your convenience2
1 utter a high-pitched cry, as of seagulls
2 the quality of being useful and convenient
jog1 your chef2
1 give a slight push to
2 a professional cook
get around1 your core2
1 be a social swinger; socialize a lot
2 the chamber of a nuclear reactor containing the fissile material where the reaction takes place
show1 your exhaust fumes2
1 be or become visible or noticeable
2 gases ejected from an engine as waste products
have1 your right angle2
1 suffer from; be ill with
2 the 90 degree angle between two perpendicular lines
grain1 your office2
1 paint (a surface) to make it look like stone or wood
2 an administrative unit of government
vindicate1 your A2
1 clear of accusation, blame, suspicion, or doubt with supporting proof
2 the 1st letter of the Roman alphabet
smite1 your flower2
1 cause physical pain or suffering in
2 a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
dip1 your sea change2
1 appear to move downward
2 a profound transformation
figure1 your sight2
1 understand
2 the act of looking or seeing or observing
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