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Noun
A long-playing record
Noun
The state of being vanquished
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Something that is made larger by size or amount
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Noun
Male personal grooming
Adjective
Increasing in size
Verb
Reaching a specified state or condition
“He began to wax eloquent on what was wrong with it.”
Verb
Present participle for to put a shine on
“In general, you should wax your car at least twice a year and more often if you drive in industrial city areas.”
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Present participle for to apply a slippery substance so as to minimize friction
“If you hear squeaking, that's a sure sign that you need to wax the surface.”
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Present participle for to become larger or stronger
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“Their concern goes back a long way and has only tended to wax over time.”
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Present participle for to appear larger each night as a progression from a new moon to a full moon
“The opposite is true for the new moon since, during the cycle that follows a new moon, the moon begins to wax.”
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Present participle for to comprehensively defeat
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“Nelson and Lippo rallied in the third set to wax their rivals 6-1, making up for dropping the second set.”
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Present participle for to defeat, subdue or overcome with superior strength
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Present participle for to kill or cause the death of
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Present participle for to make smooth or shiny
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Present participle for to lash or strike repeatedly, especially with a long pliable instrument
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Present participle for to make a recording of (in audio or video form)
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Present participle for to make a financial return from
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Present participle for to grow strongly and vigorously
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Present participle for to be superior to
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Present participle for to strike or hit repeatedly
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Present participle for to cause damage to
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Present participle for to completely destroy or devastate
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Present participle for to inflict emotional or physical harm or distress upon
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Present participle for to make stronger or more solid
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