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Fixed or tied firmly in position
“This tool is perfect for applications where screws and bolts must be secure.”
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Certain to remain safe and unthreatened
“Our school provides children with a secure environment to learn and thrive.”
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Free from anxiety or doubt
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“As parents, we are doing everything we can to provide our children with a secure future.”
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Having confidence or assurance in one's own being
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“Lisa was a highly secure woman who rarely felt envious of others.”
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(of a door or opening) Closed and protected against unauthorized entry
“Ensure that the office doors are secure if you are the last to leave.”
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Of good financial standing
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In a state of comfort and relaxation
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Incapable of being injured
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Persisting for an extended period of time
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Conclusive or definitive
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Implanted or firmly established
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Not harmed or damaged in any way
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Kept from danger
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Grilled or barred
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Made safe for children
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Able to withstand strain or hardship
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Imprisoned or confined
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Providing punishment by incarceration
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Displaying logic and common sense
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Fit for service at sea
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Feeling, or wanting to feel, optimism about a future event
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Protected from difficulties or unpleasant realities
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Untouched
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Suitably adapted to new conditions
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(of people) Unwilling to be separated
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Having an adhesive quality or property
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Traditionally, or generally, recognized and accepted
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Closely packed
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To receive, usually as return for effort
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“The network moved quickly to secure the rights to broadcast the grand tournament.”
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To put securely in place
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“Wrap each morsel in a slice of cheese, and secure them in place with a toothpick.”
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To make safe or protect against threats
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“The Queen would send forth her army to secure the borders of her kingdom.”
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(of a door or opening) To close so as to protect from unauthorized entry
“It's probably best to always secure your doors in this neighborhood.”
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A legal assurance of something
“A written constitution would secure the rights of each individual.”
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(of a boat or vessel) To moor
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“He killed the engine, then leaped out to secure the boat.”
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To strengthen or reaffirm in rank or position
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To confront through the use of military force
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To take, claim or use for one's own benefit, usually without the owner's consent
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Enclose or separate an area with a fence
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To finalize or settle
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To store or set aside for future use
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To ask for and receive (charitable donations)
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To fasten with a knot
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(of a place or position) To occupy
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To be the cause of
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Officially affirm or guarantee
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Hold for future use
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Put in store
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Unite or cause to unite
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To hire (somebody) for work or a job
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Take for temporary use
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To take (an opportunity) eagerly
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To strip one of freedom
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To preserve from extinction or oblivion
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Bring out, elicit
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To start or establish
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To set with studs
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To agree to provide money for
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To cause to be attracted or to show interest in someone or something
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To conceal or hide from view
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To make use of
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Remove or take out, especially by effort or force
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To block or clog up a space or opening