DIFFUSE: A verb that means to spread out or to scatter. Can also be used as an adjective. Less commonly, can also be used to mean excessively wordy.
REGIMEN: A systematic procedure, as of diet or therapy. Can also apply to the practice of governmental control.
REGIMENT: A military unit, usually consisting of two to four battalions, commanded by a colonel.
EVER: An adverb; can be used to mean "at all times" or "at any time."
EVERY: An adjective; used to describe each and all members of a defined set without exception.
ALLOT: A verb that means to distribute by portion.
A LOT: Colloquial phrase for "a great deal."
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