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cells

TermDefinition
Bicycle a vehicle mounted on two wheels
Semicircle half of a circle
Monocle an eyeglass for one eye
Duplicate to double
Unity the state of being one
Decade A time period of ten years
Century A time period of one hundred years
Panorama An unbroken view that shows all of the area
Anonymous without any identity
Tripod A stand with three feet and legs
Millimeter one thousandth of a meter
Quadruped an animal with four feet and legs
Multiply to increase in amount many times
Polygon a closed palne figure bounded by many line segments
Polythesim the worship belief in more than one god
Mispronunce to say a word badly
Malfuntion to work badly
uncertain not known or establshed
insincere not expressing genuine feelings
equation a statement that two expressions are equal
Created by: tristan the hulk