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Christn: the man that Christians believe is the prophet and the son of God, and whose life and sermons form the basis for Christianity
atheistn: a person who denies or disbelieves the existence of a deity or deities
liberaladj: willing to respect or allow many different types of beliefs or behavior; open-minded
conservativeadj: holding traditional views and values and opposed to change or innovation
libertariann: a person who believes that people should be free to think and behave as they want and the government should only have a minimal level of control, and a person who advocates those beliefs
progressiveadj: relating to or supporting development or advancement, especially social or political one
cisgenderadj: denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal identity and gender corresponds with their birth sex
transgenderadj: relating to or denoting a person whose gender identity does not correspond to that person’s biological sex assigned at birth
heterosexualadj: attracted to individuals of the opposite sex
homosexualadj: sexually attracted to people of one’s own sex
queeradj: strange or odd, typically in an interesting or attractive way
nonbinaryadj: someone who does not identify as a man or a woman; not relating to, composed of, or including only two things
labeln: a small piece of paper, fabric, or other material attached to an object and giving information about it; (verb) to assign to a category
definev: to state or explain precisely the nature, scope, or meaning of something
descriptiveadj: serving to describe or inform, or characterized by description
identifyv: to recognize someone or something and say or prove who or what they are
phrasen: a group of words that mean something specific when used together
dawnn: the time of day when the sun’s light starts to show in the sky
categorizev: to put people or things into groups according to their features, types, etc.
triben: a social group made up of members who live together, sharing the same language, culture, religion, etc., especially those who do not live in towns or cities
complexityn: the state or quality of being complicated or intricate and difficult to understand
ideologyn: a set of beliefs or philosophies that an economic or political system is based on
religionn: a deep conviction in a supernatural power that controls human destiny
geekn: a person who is highly interested and knowledgeable about a particular subject or field, often to the point of being obsessed
workaholicn: a person who is addicted to work; a person who works excessively
widespreadadj: existing or happening in various places or among many people
pansexualadj: characterized by attraction or romantic interest in people regardless of their biological sex, gender identity, or gender expression
nerdn: a person who is very interested in and knowledgeable about a particular subject such as computers, mathematics, chess, etc.
airmann: a man who serves in the air force
definitionn: a concise explanation of the meaning of a word, phrase, or symbol
increasinglyadv: more and more
divisionn: the act or outcome of splitting into separate parts; a critical organizational unit or sector
marginalizev: to treat a person or group as insignificant or unimportant; to push to the edge or margin of society or a group; to exclude from power or influence
accordn: an official agreement or treaty between two organizations, countries, etc.; (verb) allow to have
misinformationn: information that is false or inaccurate, or the act of giving wrong information, especially deliberately
coronavirusn: a large family of viruses that can cause illness in humans and animals, which name comes from the crown-like spikes on the surface of the virus, which can be seen under a microscope, and COVID-19 is caused by a specific type of coronavirus known as SARS-CoV-2
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
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
attendv: to be present at an event, to go to a place
kindergartenn: a school or class for young children, usually between the ages of four and six
exposedadj: having no protection or shield from something, such as bad weather, attack, or criticism
racialadj: of or related to the race (= classification of humans into groups based on physical traits or social relations)
slurv: to speak about someone or something in a way that is insulting, derogatory, or libelous; to damage or smear a person’s reputation by making false or defamatory statements
bullyn: a person who uses strength or power to harm or intimidate those who are weaker; (verb) to intimidate, harass, or mistreat someone weaker or less powerful
ancestryn: the family or the ethnic descent that you come from
discoveryn: the act or process of finding information, a place, or an object, or learning about something that was previously not known
mathematicsn: the science dealing with the logic of quantities, shapes, spaces, and arrangement
harassv: to annoy, torment, or pester persistently; to subject someone to repeated or chronic attacks or unwelcome attention
stereotypen: a fixed and unvarying idea or image that people have about what someone or something is like, but which is often not true in reality and may cause hurt and offense
strugglev: to make a great effort to do something when it is difficult, or there are a lot of problems; to use force or violence to break away from restraint or constriction
Jewishadj: of or relating to people whose traditional religion is Judaism
Semiticadj: relating to the group of languages that includes Hebrew, Arabic, and Aramaic, spoken by the peoples of the middle east and north Africa
ancientadj: relating to the long ago, particularly the historical period preceding the fall of the Western Roman Empire; very old
expulsionn: the act of forcing someone to leave a place or organization, especially permanently
nationn: a large organized community of people living in a particular country or region and having a particular culture
holocaustn: the systematic killing of millions of Jews and other minority groups by the Nazis during World War II, or any similar act of mass destruction
indicatev: to show, point out, or make known something, often through a sign or a symbol; to suggest or imply something without stating it directly
dividev: to separate or cause to separate into parts or groups
democracyn: a form of government in which the people have the authority to deliberate and decide legislation, or to choose governing officials to do so
compromisev: to settle a problem or disagreement by mutual concession
modernadj: of or belonging to the present time or recent times
communaladj: belonging to or used by a group rather than individuals; for common use
legislativeadj: having to do with the process of making laws; relating to or serving as a branch of government that makes laws, such as a legislative assembly or legislature
globen: the earth or world, mainly used to emphasize its vastness
zonen: a specific area, region, or section that is marked off or defined in some way
introductoryadj: intended as an introduction or preliminary; serving as a base or starting point
statisticsn: the discipline that concerns the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data
vulnerableadj: capable of being hurt or influenced physically or mentally
militaryadj: relating to or characteristic of members of the armed forces; of or relating to war or warfare
policyn: a set of rules, guidelines, principles, or procedures that govern decision-making or action, often used in the context of business or government; a course of action or plan of action adopted or followed by an organization or individual to achieve a goal or objective
stemn: the central part of something from which other parts can develop or grow; the part of a word common to all its inflected variants; (verb) to grow out of, have roots in, or originate in
amendmentn: the act or the process of changing something, especially a document or proposed new law
abolishv: to do away with completely; to put an end to
slaveryn: the practice or system of owning, buying, and selling people as property and forcing them to work
systemicadj: affecting or related to the whole of something, especially the human body or a society
racismn: prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against a person or people based on their membership in a particular ethnic group, typically one that is a minority or marginalized
inequityn: a lack of fairness or justice; an unfair or unequal situation or practice
integraladj: necessary to make a whole complete; essential, or fundamental; combining with something else to form a whole; (noun, of mathematics) a fundamental concept in calculus that represents the area under a curve between two points on a graph
identityn: the fact of being who or what somebody or something is; the features, emotions, or ideas that distinguish persons from one another
gendern: the range of characteristics of femininity and masculinity and differentiating between them, especially when considering social and cultural differences rather than differences in biology
orientationn: a person’s basic attitudes, beliefs, and preferences about particular things; a course introducing a new situation or environment
ethnicityn: the cultural characteristics of a particular group, such as language, religion, and traditions, that distinguish them from other groups
alignmentn: an arrangement in which two or more elements are placed in a straight line or parallel to each other
alarmingadj: causing concern or apprehension; causing a feeling of danger, harm, or emergency; unsettling or disturbing
degreen: a unit of measurement for angles, temperature, or level of proficiency or achievement; a rank or level of academic or professional attainment
separatev: to force, take, or pull apart; mark as different
fosterv: to promoto growth; to take care of another person’s child, usually for a limited time, without becoming their legal parents
unhealthyadj: not conducive to good health; detrimental to physical or mental well-being
competitionn: a situation in which someone is attempting to beat or outperform another
harassmentn: the act of repeatedly annoying, tormenting, or persecuting someone in a way that is threatening or unwelcome, often relating to issues of race, gender, or other identities
discriminatev: to treat a person or particular group of people worse or better than another, especially in an unfair way; to recognize or perceive the difference between people or things
bigotryn: intolerance toward those who hold different opinions from oneself
assaultn: a violent physical attack; the crime of forcing someone to submit to sexual intercourse against their will
murdern: the crime of killing somebody intentionally
incorrectadj: not in accordance with fact or truth or not accurate
entirelyadv: completely
assignv: to give a specific job or piece of work to a someone
certificaten: an official document stating that the information contained within is true
confusev: to mistake one thing for another; to make somebody hard to understand
scaredadj: afraid or frightened
horribleadj: extremely unpleasant or bad; causing fear or disgust
cluen: an object, a piece of evidence, or some information that helps someone to find the answer to a problem, question, or mystery
representationn: the act of speaking, acting, or being present on behalf of someone officially; a statement of facts and reasons made in appealing or protesting
inspirationn: something that motivates or encourages someone to create or achieve something, or a feeling of excitement or creativity
guidancen: advice or instructions given to help direct someone’s behavior or decision-making
suddenlyadv: quickly and unexpectedly
additionn: the act or process of adding something to something else; the process of adding numbers
mentorn: a person who helps and advises a younger or less experienced person over time, usually at work or school
controversialadj: causing a lot of hot public discussion and dispute
fellowshipn: an association of people who share common interests or goals, typically involving research, study, or a specific profession
evangelicaladj: relating to or advocating a form of Protestant Christianity that emphasizes personal conversion and faith over religious rituals and central authority within the church
Catholicadj: universal and including many different types of things; related to or associated with the part of the Christian Church that has the Pope as its leader
faithn: complete trust in something or someone’s ability or knowledge; a strong belief in religion, divine power, etc.
worshipv: to have or show a strong feeling of profound respect and admiration for a religious entity such as God or a god
locatev: to specify or determine the exact position of someone or something
adherev: to stick firmly; to be compatible
specificadj: clearly defined or particular to a certain thing or situation; distinct, explicit, and precise
professionn: an occupation or vocation requiring advanced education or specialized training
enlistv: to sign up to serve in the military or a particular organization
individualn: a single person or thing, as distinct from a group
veterann: a person who has had long experience in a particular area or activity
celebratev: to acknowledge a memorable or good day or event with a social gathering or enjoyable activity
uniqueadj: being the only one of its kind; unlike anything else
aspectn: one part or feature of a situation, problem, subject, etc.
negativeadj: having the quality of something bad or harmful; expressing refusal
perspectiven: a confident attitude toward something; a particular style of thinking about something
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
accomplishv: to finish or achieve something successfully
mentorshipn: a relationship in which a more experienced or more knowledgeable person helps to guide a less experienced or less knowledgeable person
acknowledgev: to accept or admit the existence, reality, or truth of something; to accept that someone or something has a particular authority or quality; to express obligation, thanks, or gratitude for someone’s help, commitment, etc.;
specificallyadv: only associated with or meant for one thing
broadenv: to make or become wider or more extensive; to make or become more tolerant or liberal.
bindv: to tie or fasten someone or something tightly with rope, string, etc. so that they cannot move or are held together strongly
knowledgeableadj: having or showing extensive knowledge, expertise, or understanding of a particular subject or field
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
strategyn: a detailed plan of action designed to achieve a long-term or overall goal.
highlightv: to make something prominent, mainly so that people give it more attention
misusen: the act of using something in an unsuitable way or for the wrong purpose
destructionn: the act of causing so much damage to something
responsibleadj: answerable or accountable for something within one’s power, control, or management
achievev: to successfully complete a task or goal, often through hard work, perseverance, and dedication; to attain or accomplish something that one has set out to do

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