Calls from the Deep

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strange, not known, or not understood:
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All the rose bushes seem to be suffering from the same mysterious malady.
strange in a frightening and mysterious way:
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He had the eerie feeling that he had met this stranger before.
If a loud, deep sound ..., it continues to be heard around an area, so that the area seems to shake:
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The narrow street reverberated with/to the sound of the workmen's drills.
a slight shaking movement in a person's body, especially because of nervousness or excitement:
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A tremor of excitement went through the audience as he came on stage.
relating to sound or hearing:
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The microphone converts acoustic waves to electrical signals for transmission
to find out or say the exact position in space or time of something:
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It is not possible to pinpoint precisely the time of death.
a mountain with a large, circular hole at the top through which lava (= hot liquid rock) gases, steam, and dust are or have been forced out:
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Erupting volcanoes discharge massive quantities of dust into the stratosphere.
to cause someone to be unable to understand or explain something:
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Even his friends were baffled by his behavior.
at or during any particular point or moment in the day:
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at a time
at (any) one time, also at any given time
I'm sorry, but I'm too busy to help you now - I can only do one thing at a time.
a sudden wish or idea, especially one that cannot be reasonably explained:
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on a whim
We booked the trip on a whim.
a large group of things or people, especially one that is attractive or causes admiration or has been positioned in a particular way:
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There was a splendid array of food on the table.
the careful watching of a person or place, especially by the police or army, because of a crime that has happened or is expected:
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The police have kept the nightclub under surveillance because of suspected illegal drug activity.
connected with or using the power of water:
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hydroponic (= a method of growing plants in water)
f things of the same type vary, they are different from each other, and if you vary them, you cause them to be different from each other:
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We have tried several different approaches, with varying degrees of success
repeated change from one feeling or opinion to another:
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His mood never settled; there was a continuous oscillation between two extremes.
(especially of a woman or girl) attractively full of energy and enthusiasm:
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She's a very bubbly character.
to aim for and move directly toward something or someone:
p. verb
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home in on
The missile homed in on the ship
an edible sea creature that has a long body with eight arms and two tentacles (= arm-like parts) around the mouth:
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plural squid
deep-fried squid
an area of sand or small stones near the sea or another area of water such as a lake:
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We spent the day on the beach
existing since the beginning, or being the earliest form of something:
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The gardens have recently been restored to their original glory.
easy to understand or simple:
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It's a very complex issue to which there is no straightforward answer.
interested in learning about people or things around you:
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interested in learning about people or things around you:
an idea that is based on feeling and for which there is no proof:
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Sometimes you have to be prepared to act on/follow a hunch
to wait or move in a secret way so that you cannot be seen, especially because you are about to attack someone or do something wrong:
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Someone was lurking in the shadows.

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