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accusev: to charge or criticize someone with a crime or wrongdoing
commitv: to do something illegal or wrong
innocentadj: not guilty of a crime, offense, etc.; not having an evil mind or knowledge
insistv: to say something clearly or demand something forcefully, especially when other people disagree with or oppose what you say
guiltyadj: feeling responsible for or having done something wrong or criminal
executev: to kill someone, especially as a legal punishment; to carry out or perform an action, duty, etc.
confessv: to admit to having done something wrong or to reveal something personal or private
apologizev: to express regret for committing wrongdoing or causing a problem
implicatev: to suggest or imply that someone is involved in wrongdoing or criminal activity or to show that an event or action is linked to something else
confessionn: a formal statement in which one admits that they have done something wrong or illegal
witchcraftn: the practice of using magical or supernatural powers or abilities to influence events or people, often used to describe ancient, mystical, or pagan practices
victimn: a person who has been harmed, injured, or otherwise negatively affected by a particular action, circumstance, or event
paranoian: a mental condition characterized by delusions of persecution, unwarranted jealousy, or exaggerated self-importance, typically compounded by feelings of anxiety or irritability
supernaturaladj: of or relating to existence outside the natural world; not able to be explained by natural laws
misdirectv: to give someone the wrong order, information, etc.; to send someone or something to the wrong place or wrong direction
religionn: a deep conviction in a supernatural power that controls human destiny
fervorn: intense and passionate feeling or enthusiasm for something
settlev: to reach an agreement of disagreement
puritann: a member of a Protestant religious group in the 16th and 17th centuries who believed in strict moral and religious principles, such as predestination and the rejection of religious iconography and ritual
protestantadj: a member of a Western Christian church that is separate from the Roman Catholic Church and that is based on the teachings of Martin Luther and other Reformers
strictadj: strongly limiting someone’s freedom; allowing no deviation from a standard, rule, belief, etc.
isolatev: to physically or socially separate someone or something from other people or things
nativeadj: connecting with or describing someone’s birth country or place of birth, or someone born in a specific country or place
settlern: a person who moved with a group of others to live in a different country or area
commonplaceadj: occurring very often; lacking originality or interest
starvationn: a severe lack of food that leads to malnutrition and, ultimately, death
diseasen: a disorder or illness that affects the body or mind, often characterized by specific symptoms or abnormal functioning of organs or systems
relationn: the way two persons or groups of people feel and act toward one another
villagern: a person who lives in a village or small rural community; a person who is part of a close-knit and traditional community
strainedadj: tight, tense, or stretched; under pressure or stress; characterized by a lack of ease or naturalness
cousinn: the child of your aunt or uncle
physiciann: a medical doctor who practices medicine
physicallyadv: in a way related to a person’s body or appearance rather than their mind
diagnosev: to determine or distinguish the nature of a problem or an illness through a careful analysis
eviladj: profoundly immoral, cruel, and wicked; having or exerting a harmful effect on people
deviln: a supernatural being typically represented in belief systems as an evil or mischievous spirit, often used metaphorically to describe a person or thing that is harmful, dangerous, or wicked
wreakv: to cause or bring about something, often as a result of harmful or destructive actions or events
havocn: widespread destruction or devastation, often caused by natural disasters, war, or other violent events
witchn: a person, typically a woman, who is believed to have magic powers and practices witchcraft
blightedadj: damaged or affected negatively, often resulting in decay, deterioration, or a lack of growth
conjurev: to call forth by magic; to create or bring about through the imagination
fiendn: an evil or wicked person or supernatural being; someone who is excessively devoted or addicted to something
apparitionn: the appearance of a ghost or ghost-like image; a sudden and unexpected appearance of something or someone
tormentn: unbearable physical pain or extreme mental distress; (verb) to cause severe physical or mental suffering to someone, or to be the victim of such suffering
sweepv: to clean something, especially a floor or an area, by using a broom; move swiftly and smoothly
symptomn: any sensation or change in body or mind that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease
afflictv: to cause pain, suffering, or distress to someone or something
contortv: to (cause something to) twist and press out of its natural or normal shape
complainv: to say dissatisfaction or annoyance about something or somebody
pricklev: to cause a tingling or stinging sensation, often from a sharp or pointed object; to provoke or irritate someone, causing them to feel uncomfortable or annoyed; (noun) a small, pointed, and often sharp spine or thorn that grows on a plant or animal
arrestv: to take into custody
pregnantadj: having a baby or young animal developing in the uterus
absentadj: not present in a particular place at a particular time
churchn: a building or institution dedicated to religious worship or activities; a Christian religious organization or denomination
suev: to claim a person or organization, especially by filing a legal claim for money or redress
enslavev: to make someone a slave; to deprive someone of their freedom of choice or action
denyv: to state that one refuses to admit the existence or truth of something
maintainv: to continue to uphold or sustain; to keep in a particular state or condition; to assert or declare something to be true
imprisonv: to confine a person to a prison, a detention facility, or a place of involuntary confinement
eventuallyadv: finally, particularly after a long time or a lot of struggle, complications, and so on
testimonyn: a formal written or spoken statement that something is true, especially one given in court; something that serves as evidence
jailn: a facility where criminals are kept to be punished for their crimes; a prison
convictv: to prove or declare someone to be guilty of a crime; (noun) a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison
thereafteradv: after that; subsequently
custodyn: the state of being physically responsible for something or someone, especially a child; a state of being confined, usually for a short time
releasev: to set free or allow to escape from confinement
accusationn: a statement or claim alleging that someone has committed a crime, offense, or wrongdoing; a charge or indictment made against someone
multiplyv: to add a number to itself a specified number of times; to increase or cause to increase very much in number or quantity
thoroughadj: done completely; significantly careful and accurate
investigatev: to conduct a systematic or formal inquiry to identify and evaluate the facts of a crime, problem, statement, etc. to establish the truth
preferv: to like, choose, or want one thing or person better than another
forgivenessn: the act of stopping feeling angry or resentful towards someone for a mistake or offense with compassion
engagev: to attract and keep someone’s attention and interest; to participate in or obtain services of something
dubiousadj: having doubts or reservations; uncertain
spectraladj: relating to or having the properties of a spectrum (= an ordered array of colors into which a light beam can be split); relating to a ghost or apparition
ravev: to talk in a noisy, excited, or uncontrolled manner; to praise someone or something enthusiastically
supposedlyadv: according to what is generally assumed or believed without actually knowing for sure
invisibleadj: impossible or nearly impossible to see
complyv: to obey an order, set of rules, or request
jurorn: a member of a jury, a group of individuals selected to hear evidence and make a decision in a trial
relativeadj: considered and evaluated through comparison with something else
compromisev: to settle a problem or disagreement by mutual concession
darev: to have the courage to do something
judgen: a person who makes decisions in a court of law; (verb) to determine the result of or form a critical opinion of something
suspicionn: the act of doubting something, especially something wrong
communaladj: belonging to or used by a group rather than individuals; for common use
governorn: the person who holds the highest executive office in a state or province
colonyn: a country or an area that is governed by a more powerful country that is often far away
suspendv: to stop something from continuing or being in force or effect, either temporarily or permanently; to hang something freely
amendv: to change a text, law, statement, etc., slightly to remove faults or errors or to improve it
specificationn: a detailed description of the characteristics, features, or requirements of something, typically a product or system; a written statement that outlines the standards, procedures, or requirements for a project or job
sufferv: to experience pain, distress, or hardship; to undergo or endure something painful or unpleasant
hallucinatev: to experience a seemingly real perception of something that does not actually exist, usually as a result of a mental illness or drug use
fungusn: a type of organism that includes yeasts, molds, and mushrooms, which are heterotrophic, meaning they do not produce their food and must consume organic matter to survive
swellingn: an abnormal local enlargement of a part of your body, mainly because of illness or injury
brainn: the organ inside the head that is responsible for one’s movement, thought, memory, and feeling
ultimateadj: furthest or highest in degree or order
cautionn: great care and attention that you take to avoid danger or mistakes; a warning against certain acts
talen: a story made up in someone’s imagination, especially one full of action and adventure
groupthinkn: a phenomenon where a group of people, often characterized by strong loyalty or common interests, make decisions or hold beliefs that are not necessarily rational or intelligent but rather reflect the desire to conform to the group’s views or avoid conflict
scapegoatv: to unfairly blame or punish someone for the misdeeds or mistakes of others, often to deflect attention or avoid accountability; (noun) a person or group that is unfairly blamed for the problems or misfortunes of others, typically to divert attention or responsibility from the actual cause
manipulatev: to influence or control something or someone to your advantage, often in an unfair or dishonest way
perceptionn: a belief, opinion, or image you have based on how you regard, understand, or interpret something; the ability to see, hear, or notice something through the senses

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