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alliedadj: united or connected by a political or military agreement
aircraftn: any vehicle that can fly and carry things or passengers, such as a plane or helicopter
swoopv: to rapidly or forcefully descend upon something or someone from a great height or distance; to rush or pounce upon
leafletn: a small, thin piece of paper or other material, often used for advertising or informational purposes; a small branch or part of a leaf
anonymousadj: having no known name, identity, or known source
germn: a very tiny living that causes the disease; a piece of something such as an organism, concept, etc., capable of growing into a new one or part of one
urgev: to spur on or encourage someone, especially by cheers and shouts; (noun) a strong desire or impulse, especially one that is difficult to control or resist
renouncev: to formally declare one’s abandonment or rejection of something, especially a belief, claim, or right; to give up or relinquish a particular status, title, or position
furiousadj: extremely angry; full of rage
ripplen: a small wave on the surface of a liquid, typically caused by an object falling into it or a slight wind
concentrationn: the ability to focus all your time and energy on one thing without thinking about anything else.
identityn: the fact of being who or what somebody or something is; the features, emotions, or ideas that distinguish persons from one another
tragicadj: causing great sadness or suffering; very unfortunate
seizev: to catch or take hold of someone or something suddenly and forcibly; to capture the attention or imagination of something
propagandan: information, ideas, or claims spread to influence public opinion or promote a particular cause or ideology
surveillancen: the act of carefully monitoring a person suspected of a crime or a place where a crime may be committed or expected
aspectn: one part or feature of a situation, problem, subject, etc.
governmentn: the group of people with authority to control a country or state
specificallyadv: only associated with or meant for one thing
institutionalizev: to establish or make something a part of an institution (= a place such as a university, hospital, etc.)
regulatev: to control something, especially by means of rules or laws
leaguen: an association of sports teams who compete against each other; an obsolete unit of distance of variable length, equal to about 3 miles or 4,000 meters
rankn: a position in a hierarchy of status or authority; (verb) to take or have a position relative to others
overseev: to watch and direct someone or something to make sure that it is being done correctly
indoctrinatev: to teach a person or group of people to accept a set of beliefs uncritically
nationn: a large organized community of people living in a particular country or region and having a particular culture
rallyv: a public meeting of a group of people intended to arouse enthusiasm
witn: the ability to say or write things or ideas in a clever and humorous way
zealn: great enthusiasm or passion for something; fervor; eagerness or intensity for a cause or purpose
rhetoricn: speech or writing intended to please or persuade someone; the art or study of using language effectively and persuasively in spoken or written form
doubtn: a feeling of being uncertain about something, especially about how good or accurate it is
ideologyn: a set of beliefs or philosophies that an economic or political system is based on
encouragev: to give someone support, confidence, or hope; to persuade someone to do or continue to do something by making it easier for them and making them believe it is a good thing to do
misgivev: to feel doubt, uncertainty, or suspicion about something; to have reservations
discothequen: a nightclub or restaurant where recorded music is played, and people dance
banv: to officially or legally forbid or refuse to allow something
churnv: to stir or agitate a liquid, substance, or mixture vigorously to produce foam or because of violent movement; to cause a large number of people to move or leave; to produce something, such as money, through continuous activity or turnover
broadcastv: to send out a program or some information on radio or television
denyv: to state that one refuses to admit the existence or truth of something
atrocityn: brutal act; an extremely wicked or cruel act
shockingadj: extremely or surprisingly bad, or causing a strong emotional response such as surprise or disgust
outbreakn: a sudden start of something, usually a disease or something dangerous or unpleasant
reluctantlyadv: in a way that you are unwilling to do something; with hesitation
attendv: to be present at an event, to go to a place
medicaladj: relating to the treatment of illness or injuries; relating to the practice of medicine
decidev: to make up someone’s mind about something; to come to a conclusion or judgment after considering options
rebeln: someone who resists or opposes authority or control, especially by fighting against it
acquaintancen: a person one knows but who is not a close friend
studion: a room or building where creative or artistic work is produced; a television or radio production company
draftn: a preliminary version of something that is not yet in its final form
mysteriousadj: difficult to understand, explain, or identify; having an aura of secrecy, intrigue, or puzzlement
Nazin: a member or supporter of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, which controlled Germany from 1933 to 1945 and carried out a genocidal campaign against Jews and other marginalized groups; someone who subscribes to similar racist or authoritarian beliefs
denouncev: to speak out against; to strongly criticize something or someone
sabotagen: the deliberate and malicious damage, destruction, or disruption of equipment, machinery, or other property, often by someone with a particular agenda or motive; the subversion of an organization or institution by secret agents or spies
adoptv: to choose to follow something; to legally take a child from another family and care for them as if they were one’s own
functionn: the purpose or use of an object, system, or process; a particular activity or operation that is designed to serve a specific purpose; a mathematical concept that describes a relationship between two sets of values, called the input and output sets; (verb) to operate or work in a specific way, or to perform a particular task or purpose
atheisticadj: pertaining to or characterized by atheism, which is the belief or doctrine that there is no God or higher power
heapn: an untidy pile or mass of something; a large number or amount or extent of something
Donn: a Spanish gentleman; a university lecturer, especially a senior member of a college at Oxford or Cambridge
deservev: to be worthy of or entitled to something, especially something good or valuable
sarcasticadj: using irony and cutting language to mock, ridicule, or convey contempt; saying the opposite of what is meant in a mocking tone
remarkn: a comment or observation, or something said or written about a particular subject or situation; (verb) to give a spoken statement on a particular subject or situation
constitutev: to be the essential or fundamental elements or parts of something; to establish, appoint, or assign someone to a particular office or position; to make up or compose something
treasonn: the act of betraying one’s country or government, especially by attempting to overthrow it or give aid and comfort to its enemies; a violation of allegiance or loyalty to one’s country or government
unprecedentedadj: never having been seen, done, or known before
encounterv: to face something, particularly something unpleasant or difficult, while attempting to do something else; to meet, especially unexpectedly
discoveryn: the act or process of finding information, a place, or an object, or learning about something that was previously not known
shockn: a strong feeling or physical reaction to a sudden and unexpected event or experience, especially something unpleasant
resolvev: to find a suitable answer to the problems or difficulty
siblingn: a brother or sister; member of a family born to the same parents
escalatev: to increase in intensity, size, or severity; to make something greater, worse, or more serious
furyn: intense and often violent anger
brewv: to make beer or tea by mixing a substance with hot water
feverishadj: having or showing symptoms of a high temperature, such as sweating and shivering; characterized by or showing strong feelings of excitement or energy
constantlyadv: all the time
ragen: a strong feeling of anger or violence
regulationn: an official rule made and maintained by a government or some other authority; the act of controlling or directing something according to a rule
tightadj: fixed, fastened, or kept together firmly or closely
sufferv: to experience pain, distress, or hardship; to undergo or endure something painful or unpleasant
raidn: a sudden short attack, usually by soldiers, ships, or aircraft
ventn: a small opening to escape or release gas, air, liquid, etc.; activity or process that frees or expresses strong creative energy or emotion
conspiracyn: a secret agreement between two or more people to perform something harmful or illegal
graffitin: writing or drawings scribbled, scratched, or sprayed illicitly on a wall or other surface in a public place
braveadj: showing courage or fearlessness in the face of danger, difficulty, or adversity
swarmn: a group of many things, such as insects, fishes, etc., in the air or water or on the ground
treacherousadj: that cannot be trusted; malicious; hazardous, even while seeming safe
custodiann: a person who is responsible for the care and maintenance of a building, institution, or collection; a guardian or keeper of something valuable or important
calmadj: not excited, angry, or nervous; free from wind, large waves
involvementn: the fact or condition of taking part in something, or the degree to which someone takes part in something
confessv: to admit to having done something wrong or to reveal something personal or private
immediatelyadv: now or without delay
guillotinen: a machine or device used for beheading, typically consisting of a tall upright frame with a suspended angled blade that is released to fall and sever the victim’s head from their body; a method or process that produces swift and decisive action or change
gruelingadj: extremely tiring or demanding great effort, especially with long duration or intensity
interrogatev: to examine someone with questions over a lengthy period, especially in an aggressive manner
refusev: to show that one is not willing to do or accept something
betrayv: to reveal or deliver to an enemy by treachery or disloyalty; to reveal something unintentionally
conspiratorn: a person who is involved in a conspiracy (= a secret agreement between two or more people to perform something), especially to commit a crime or an illegal act
executionn: the act or process of carrying out a plan, order, or course of action; the act or process of carrying out the death penalty
declarev: to say, state, or announce something clearly, officially, or publicly
prevailv: to be common, widespread, or frequent; to be the strongest or most powerful
individuallyadv: separately or apart from others
awakenv: to stop sleeping or to cause someone to stop sleeping
stirv: to mix a liquid or substance by using a spoon or something similar; to cause to be agitated, excited, or roused