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medical
relating to the science or practice of medicine.
physician
a person qualified to practise medicine
treatment
medical care for an illness or injury.
bruise
injure without breaking the skin caused by an impact rupturing underlying blood vessels.
boo-boo
a minor injury
abrasion
a wearing, grinding, or rubbing away by friction
scrape
an injury or mark caused by scraping
scratch
rub (a part of one’s body) with one’s fingernails to relieve itching
enthrall
capture the fascinated attention of
belongings
a person's movable possessions.
effects
personal belongings
lease
a contract by which one party conveys something to another for a specified time.
charter
a written statement of the rights of a specified group of people
hire
obtain the temporary use of something for an agreed payment
Along with
in company with or at the same time as
vacate
give up a employment
assort
archaic classify.
indicia
signs, indications, or distinguishing marks
token
a thing serving as a tangible representation of a fact
executor
a person or institution appointed by a testator to carry out the terms of their will
committee
a group of people appointed for a specific function by a larger
acquisition
an asset obtained
asset
a useful or valuable thing or person
attainment
the action of achieving a goal towards which one has worked
precision
the quality of being exact and accurate
profitable
beneficial; useful
money-making
producing a profit, especially with little effort
worthwhile
of value or importance
inner
situated inside or further in; internal
inward
directed or proceeding towards the inside; coming in from outside
grind
powder something by crushing it
drudge
a person made to do hard menial or dull work
menial
of work not requiring much skill and lacking prestige
grub
work hard, especially at a dull or demeaning task
muck
dirt, rubbish, or waste matter
plod
work slowly and perseveringly at a dull task
slog
work hard over a period of time
toil
work extremely hard or incessantly
specification
an act of stating a precise requirement
guideline
a general rule, principle, or piece of advice
retard
delay or hold back in terms of development
slacken
decrease in speed or intensity
slack
slow or sluggish
encroach
gradually intrude on
entrench
establish an attitude so firmly that change is very difficult
domain
an area of territory controlled by a particular ruler
buck
oppose something oppressive
withstand
remain undamaged or unaffected by; resist
sip
drink (something) by taking small mouthfuls
quaff
drink something heartily