|implement or fulfill||follow out|
|(British) respect, dignity (alternate spelling for honor), show respect; fulfill a promise (alternate spelling for honor)||honour|
|accomplish something, reach specified state, achieve, fulfill (goal, desire, etc.)||attain|
|accomplish, do, carry out, execute; act, fulfill a role in a show; present; arrange; direct, manage, fulfill an obligation, function or behave, present an artistic work||perform|
|achieve, bring to perfection, complete marriage, conclude, fulfill relationship through sex, skilled, excellent, supreme or perfect, utter or total||consummate|
|additional feature, blow, whipping; (Medicine) apoplexy, sudden stoppage of blood flow to the brain; method of swimming (i.e. backstroke, etc.); light touch, caress; mark left by a writing implement, brush or pen line, caress something, caressing movem...||stroke|
|administer; manage, supervise; implement, execute; supply, dispense, organize affairs||administrate|
|advertisement offering a gift, implement for teasing wool, one who mocks or taunts; tantalizing and difficult problem or riddle, preview of a TV show, book, or movie, tease, tricky problem||teaser|
|agricultural tool consisting of a curved blade attached to a short handle (used to cut grass, wheat, etc.), blades of farm implement, cut something with sickle, deform red blood cell, hook, tool for cutting grass||sickle|
|arrangement of pages, blessing, burdensome requirement, something which one is compelled to do; tax; act of compelling another to fulfill an obligation; imposture, deception, enforced duty, establishing or enforcing of something, extra trouble||imposition|
|atone for human sin, buy something back, exchange something for money, keep a promise, make something acceptable, pay off, settle a debt through payment; regain through payment; convert an item into its cash value; deliver from sin or evil; fulfill, ca...||redeem|
|baffle somebody, base of a tree, campaign, cut down to a stump, truncate; remove tree stumps; challenge, dare; perplex, confound; make a political campaign speech; stub, strike the end of something against a hard surface, cylindrical implement used in ...||stump|
|be formal witness, be spectator, celebrate festival, comment, comply with, notice, watch attentively, study; monitor, supervise; discern; keep, honour; fulfill religious commandments; follow, abide by; remark||observe|
|be good enough to meet condition, compensate somebody, fulfill need, gratify, satiate; fulfill, meet a request or requirement; gratify a desire; compensate, remunerate, make somebody feel content, pay debt, resolve doubts, solve mathematical problem||satisfy|
|be in charge of, dispense, give as medication, look after somebody, manage, supervise; implement, execute; supply, organize handover of property, perform as ritual, supervise oath-taking||administer|
|be relevant, make a formal request for something, make a request; implement; enforce; refer, spread something, use something, work hard||apply|
|be true to something, castle part, continue, detain somebody, employ somebody, fulfill a religious duty, have as livestock, have something for sale, look after somebody or something, maintain a course, maintain a record, maintain the condition of somet...||keep|
|blade of a paddle wheel, carry in a canoe, dabble in water, early input device for video games, flat-bladed stirring tool, flipper, oar; ping-pong racquet; any elongated flat-ended implement used for various actions (i.e. stirring, swatting, spanking);...||paddle|
|break a promise, go back on a promise, fail to fulfill a pledge; fail to follow suit when it is possible to do so (Cards), not follow suit||renege|
|carbon, carbon prepared by imperfect burning; piece of charcoal used for drawing; charcoal drawing, drawing implement, drawing using charcoal, see also:charcoal gray||charcoal|
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