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Things week often describes (“week ________”)
period, end, course, ends, program, days, intervals, vacation, trip, trial, tour, interval, study, stay, periods, session, visit, day, courses, fetus, run, sessions, schedule, basis, strike, season, history, cycle, delay, holiday, engagement, break, campaign, embryo, job, workshop, term, leave, treatment, series, terms, programme, seminar, journey, phase, unit, programs, meeting, plan, supply, voyage, camp, cruise, stint, training, test, siege, average, project, infant, vacations, pregnancy, semester, contract, span, duration, cycles, notice, olds, intervention, therapy, festival, experiment, regimen, conference, gestation, checkup, honeymoon, limit, meetings, trips, absence, enders, institute, wait, deadline, ending, workshops, extension

Descriptive words:
last, next, first, second, third, past, whole, previous, hour, fourth, day, full, entire, sixth, fifth, eighth, seventh, shorter, typical, tenth, holy, busy, ninth, twelfth, extra, 4th, 20th, latest, 12th, 6th, postoperative, twentieth, postnatal, 8th, 5th, sixteenth, 3rd, 10th, 1st, 16th, commencement, gestational, 28th, 7th, fourteenth, 24th, seventieth, eleventh, hectic, 36th, nucleonics, upcoming, 14th, 9th, opening, thirteenth, delightful, 30th


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See week used in context: 100+ rhymes, 27 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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