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decidev: to make up someone’s mind about something; to come to a conclusion or judgment after considering options
employeen: a person who is hired to work for a business or organization in exchange for wages or salary; a worker
highwayn: a main road, especially one connecting major towns or cities
billboardn: a large outdoor sign or display that is used for advertising, marketing, or public information, typically located along highways or main roads
encouragingadj: giving hope, confidence, or support; inspiring
revn: a measure of the rate at which an engine or motor rotates, often expressed in revolutions per minute (RPM); (verb) to increase the number of rotations per minute
uncomfortableadj: providing or feeling physical discomfort or slight pain
fraudn: the crime of gaining money or financial benefits by deceiving people; a person who makes deceitful pretenses
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
whistleblowern: a person who reveals or reports illegal, unethical, or immoral activities, primarily in the workplace or government, that are not publicly known but harm the public interest or other people
conflictn: a strong disagreement, argument, or a violent clash between two opposing groups or individuals
headlinen: a heading at the top of a newspaper or magazine story or page
retaliationn: the act of seeking vengeance or revenge in response to a perceived wrong or harm suffered, usually to cause harm to the person or group responsible for the initial act
demotev: to lower in rank, position, or status; to reduce or downgrade someone’s authority or responsibilities
threatn: a strong indication or likelihood of harm, danger, or adverse consequences; an expression of intent to inflict harm or injury on someone or something, often made as a means of coercion or intimidation
perpetualadj: continuing for an extended period in the same way without stopping or being interrupted
uphilladj: sloping upward; difficult or challenging; (adverb) upward on a hill or slope
loyaltyn: the quality of being devoted or faithful to someone or something
motifn: a recurring element in an artistic or literary work, typically a particular image or idea; a theme that is repeated or elaborated in a piece of music
trustworthyadj: reliable and dependable
entitlev: to give someone the right to have or do something; to give a title to someone or something
millennialadj: relating to a period of a thousand years or the year 2000; (noun) a person born between the early 1980s and the late 1990s, also called Generation Y
whistlev: to make a high-pitched sound by forcing breath through a small opening, usually with the lips or fingers; (noun) a piece of equipment that forces air or steam against an edge or into a cavity and so produces a loud shrill sound
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
responsibleadj: answerable or accountable for something within one’s power, control, or management
criminaln: a person who has committed a crime
prosecutionn: the act of bringing legal charges against someone for a crime they are accused of committing; the legal team responsible for presenting the case against the defendant in a criminal trial
supposev: to think that something is likely to be actual or possible
oddsn: the degree or probability that a particular thing will or will not happen
contributionn: the act of giving something, especially money, to a particular cause or organization; a voluntary gift as of money or service or ideas made to some worthwhile cause
discoveryn: the act or process of finding information, a place, or an object, or learning about something that was previously not known
comparisonn: the consideration or examination of the similarities between two or more people or things
externaladj: belonging to or situated outside of someone or something
auditn: an official inspection of the accounting procedures and records of business by a trained accountant or CPA that is independent of the subject; a methodical inspection or review of a specific condition or situation
classicadj: judged or deserving to be regarded as one of the best or most important of its kind over a period of time; of a well-known type
historicadj: famous or significant in history, or potentially so
tremendousadj: very great in degree or extent or amount or impact; extremely good
couragen: the ability to face danger, difficulty, uncertainty, or pain without being overcome by fear or despair; the quality of being brave or courageous
descriptiveadj: serving to describe or inform, or characterized by description
traitorn: a person who betrays someone or something, such as a friend, cause, or principle, to which they had previously been loyal; a person who commits treason against their country or sovereign
tattletalen: a person who reveals secrets or reports on the misdeeds of others, especially in a petty or malicious way
weaseln: a small carnivorous mammal with a long and slender body, short legs, and a long and narrow head, known for its ability to hunt rodents and small animals; someone who behaves in an untrustworthy, deceitful, or cunning manner
collarn: a band of material worn around the neck, typically forming part of a shirt or jacket
felonn: a person convicted of a serious crime; an offender of the most serious kind
victimn: a person who has been harmed, injured, or otherwise negatively affected by a particular action, circumstance, or event
tickn: a light, sharp, repetitive sound or action; a mark indicating that something is correct or has been done; any of two families of small parasitic arachnids with barbed proboscis
stickv: to put something, usually a sharp object, into something; to restrict yourself to doing or using one certain thing and not change; (noun) a thin piece of wood or other material
opportuneadj: suitable or happening at a time that is suitable or convenient for a particular purpose
chapeln: a place of worship, especially a non-conformist or dissenting place of worship
academicadj: associated with schools, colleges, and universities, especially studying and thinking, not with practical skills
specializev: to become an expert in a specific career field, study, or business
primarilyadv: mainly
athleten: a person who competes in one or more sports that involve physical strength, speed, or endurance
databasen: a large amount of data stored in a computer system in such a way that it can be searched and updated easily
retrievev: to find or get something back
colleaguen: one of a group of a coworker, especially in a profession or a business
funneln: a tube or pipe that is wide at the top, sloping sides, narrow at the bottom, used for pouring liquids or powders into a small opening; a smokestack on a ship or steam engine
fakeadj: not genuine; fraudulent or counterfeit
eligibleadj: having the required qualities or satisfying the necessary criteria
supervisorn: a person who oversees or directs the work of others
internaladj: of or relating to the inside of something
administratorn: a person or organization responsible for managing and directing the affairs of a business, institution, government agency, or other organization; someone who administers, regulates, or supervises
developv: to grow or expand; to improve or refine through a process of progress and refinement, often to achieve greater sophistication or complexity; to elaborate or add detail to something that is in the process of being created
viraladj: relating to or caused by a virus
identityn: the fact of being who or what somebody or something is; the features, emotions, or ideas that distinguish persons from one another
exposedadj: having no protection or shield from something, such as bad weather, attack, or criticism
collegiateadj: relating to or characteristic of a college or university; appropriate for or intended for college students or a college-educated audience
participatev: to take part in something
voicelessadj: without a voice or the ability to speak
braveadj: showing courage or fearlessness in the face of danger, difficulty, or adversity
decisionn: the act or process of making up someone’s mind about something; a choice or judgment reached after considering options
retaliatev: to respond to an action or attack with a similar action, especially one that is intended to harm or punish the other person
retirev: to withdraw from one’s position or occupation, especially because of age
clerkn: a person who works in an office and is responsible for keeping records, writing letters, etc.; a person who works in a store and is responsible for serving customers
stumblev: to miss a step and fall or nearly fall; to walk unsteadily
treasuren: a valuable or desirable possession; something that is cherished or held dear; a collection of valuable objects or money that is hidden or protected
typicaladj: having the usual characteristics or traits of a specific group of things
specificadj: clearly defined or particular to a certain thing or situation; distinct, explicit, and precise
withdrawaln: the act of taking money out of an account; the act of ceasing to participate in an activity and moving or taking something away or back
depositn: a sum of money or materials placed or kept in a bank, safety deposit box, or other secure places for safekeeping; a layer of rock, sand, or other material left behind by a flowing liquid or eroding force
mayorn: an elected official who presides over a city or town government
investigationn: the act or process of thoroughly examining a crime, problem, statement, etc., to uncover the truth
embezzlev: to dishonestly take or steal money or property that one has been entrusted with, especially by one’s employer or another authority
heron: a person who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities; a character in literature or history who is central to the plot and who exhibits heroic qualities
documentaryn: a film or a radio or television program that gives facts and information about a subject; of or derived from official documents
famen: the condition of being well-known and discussed by a large number of people as a result of one’s accomplishments, abilities, and so on
strategyn: a detailed plan of action designed to achieve a long-term or overall goal.
stalkv: to follow or track someone or something closely and quietly, usually to cause harm or surveillance; to move slowly and quietly to avoid detection; (noun) the main stem of a plant that supports leaves, flowers, and fruit; the stem or main axis of a support structure or framework
fantasticadj: extremely good; excellent
cultivatev: to prepare and foster land for growing crops or plants
disgruntledadj: displeased, dissatisfied, or resentful, often because of unfair treatment or perceived injustices
commitmentn: a promise or firm decision to do something or to behave in a certain way
committedadj: willing to put in a lot of effort, time, and energy into something; firmly believing in something
humbleadj: having or showing a modest or low estimate of one’s quality or importance
braveryn: courage in the face of danger
underestimatev: to think or suppose that a quantity, price, or size is smaller than it is
withholdv: to not give or grant something due, expected, or requested
additionn: the act or process of adding something to something else; the process of adding numbers
peterv: to fail or lose power, efficiency, or value gradually before coming to an end
hirev: to give somebody a job
transmitv: to send or forward an electronic signal; to pass something from one person or thing to another
diseasen: a disorder or illness that affects the body or mind, often characterized by specific symptoms or abnormal functioning of organs or systems
clinicaladj: of or relating to the examination and treatment of patients rather than theoretical or laboratory studies
progressionn: the act or process of changing to the next stage or phase or moving forward
untreatedadj: not given medical care or treatment; not subjected to chemical or physical treatment
syphilisn: a sexually transmitted disease caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum, characterized by multiple stages and a wide range of symptoms
enticev: to attract or lure someone with something desirable or tempting
medicaladj: relating to the treatment of illness or injuries; relating to the practice of medicine
burialn: the act or ceremony of placing a dead body in a grave
insurev: to provide coverage in the event of loss or damage
penicillinn: an antibiotic drug derived from mold and used to treat bacterial infections
unfairadj: not giving equal treatment or opportunities to people involved; marked by injustice, partiality, or deception
experimentn: the scientific test conducted to observe what happens and gain new knowledge
complicationn: something that makes a situation or condition that is complex or confused
infectv: to affect a person, an animal, or a plant with a disease-causing organism
congenitaladj: existing from birth; often used to describe a condition or trait that is inherited or present from the moment of birth
courageousadj: able to face and deal with danger or fear without flinching
consentn: permission or agreement to do something, especially given by somebody in authority
variationn: the act or state of changing; a difference or change in the way something is done, made or said
snitchv: to inform on or betray someone, usually to authorities or figures of authority, especially for personal gain or advantage
leakv: to allow liquid or gas to get in or out from a hole or crack in a pipe or container
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