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This week's words:
Battle; noun: A sustained fight between large, organized armed forces; a lengthy and difficult conflict or struggle; verb: fight or struggle tenaciously to achieve or resist something.
Fluid; noun: A substance that has no fixed shape and yields easily to external pressure; adjective: (Of a substance) able to flow easily, not settled or stable; smoothly elegant or graceful.
Harvest; noun: The process or period of gathering in crops; the season's yield or crop; a quantity of animals caught or killed for human use; the product or result of an action; verb: Gather (a crop) as a harvest; catch or kill (animals) for human consumption or use; remove (cells, tissue, or an organ) from a person or animal for transplantation or experimental purposes.