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        suān, sour/tart/sick at heart/grieved/sore/aching/pedantic/impractical/to make sarcast...
        chōng, to fill/to satisfy/to fulfill/to act in place of/substitute/sufficient/full
        suō, shuttle (textiles)/to move back and fro
        jùn/zùn, [㑺]/[儁], old variant of 俊[jùn], smart/eminent/handsome/talented, (dialectal pronunciation...
        shǔn, to suck
        tǒng, [統], to gather/to unite/to unify/whole
        suō, to suck/to incite
        jùn, [駿], spirited horse
        yǔn, just/fair/to permit/to allow
        qūn, to shrink back (from sth)
        chòng, [銃], ancient firearm/gun
        jùn, (of mountains) high/harsh or severe
        cūn, chapped/cracked
        quān, to reform
        Yǎn, [兗], see 兗州|兖州[Yǎn zhōu]
        jùn, variant of 峻[jùn]
        zùn, push
        juān, to reduce/to exploit
        Yǎn/yǎn, surname Yan, archaic variant of 兗|兖[Yǎn]
        jùn, [濬], to deepen (e.g. a ditch)/to extract/to manage/ladle (old), variant of 浚[jùn]
        jùn/qū, to set fire to/to ignite, to extinguish a burning object/to singe sth with a smo...
        yǔn, name of a tribe
        suān, (mythical animal)
        jùn, overseer/steppe
        suān, variant of 酸[suān]/to ache/to be sore
        suō, to throw a glance at/to peer at/Taiwan pr. [jùn]
        jùn, complete/finish
        suō, carboxyl radical (chemistry)
        juān, fleece/extort/reduce
        qūn, squat
        cuān, to engrave or carve, as a block for printing
        jùn, old variant of 峻[jùn]
        jùn, [餕], remains of a sacrifice or a meal
        qū, black/dark

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