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redundantadj: unnecessarily repetitive or excessive; exceeding what is necessary or essential; characterized by unnecessary repetition or duplication of efforts
advancev: to go or move forward; to develop in a positive way
softwaren: a set of computer programs and associated documentation and data for doing particular computational jobs
guaranteev: to promise something will happen formally, especially that certain conditions about a product, service, or transaction would be met
contractn: a legally binding agreement between two or more parties, setting out their rights and obligations to each other, typically in writing and enforceable by law
employern: a person or organization that pays workers to work for them
automatedadj: carried out by machines or computers to replace or decrease human labor
no-brainern: a decision or a problem that requires little or no thought because it is obvious what you should do
scenarion: a description of possible actions or events in the future; a written outline of a play, film, or literary work
hypothesisn: a proposed idea or explanation that is based on a few known facts but has not yet been proven to be true or accurate
medicaladj: relating to the treatment of illness or injuries; relating to the practice of medicine
scriben: a person who writes out copies of documents or manuscripts, especially in ancient times
participatev: to take part in something
competentadj: having the necessary ability, knowledge, or skill to do something successfully
chumpn: a foolish or easily deceived person; a clumsy or stupid person
moraladj: concerned with the principles of what is right and wrong, fairness, honesty, etc.
virtuen: high moral standards in behavior or attitudes
mereadj: used to emphasize how insignificant or minor someone or something is
psychologyn: the scientific study of mind and behavior
moralityn: principles of right and evil or good and bad behavior
religionn: a deep conviction in a supernatural power that controls human destiny
collaboratev: to work with someone else to produce or achieve something
attachv: to fasten, join, or connect one thing to another
regardlessadv: not paying attention or considering something or someone even if the situation is bad or there are difficulties
widgetn: a small device or component of a larger system or software that performs a specific function or provides information or control, often displayed on a computer screen or mobile device
cooperationn: the act or situation of working together with someone towards a shared purpose, benefit, etc.
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
moralizev: to express or teach a moral lesson or principle, often in a self-righteous or didactic way; to reflect on the ethical or moral aspects of a situation or behavior
normn: something that is regarded as usual, typical, or standard
differv: to be not like someone or something in some way
strengthn: the quality or state of being physically, or sometimes mentally, strong
broadadj: very wide; general
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
ethicn: a set of moral or philosophical principles or values that guide the behavior or actions of an individual, group, or society; the study or inquiry into the nature of morality and moral systems
huntv: to go after and try to catch wild animals to kill them for food, sport, or profit
contributev: to give something, especially money or goods, to provide or achieve something together with other people
generosityn: the fact or quality of being willing to do kind things or give somebody money, gifts, or time freely
intuitiveadj: obtained through feelings rather than facts or proof
quirkn: a peculiar behavior, habit, or characteristic that is distinctive to an individual or group
individualn: a single person or thing, as distinct from a group
meaninglessadj: having no meaning, direction, or purpose
uncommonadj: not occurring or seen very often; rare
charismaticadj: having a strong and magnetic personality that attracts and influences others
denimn: a sturdy cotton fabric, typically blue or black, used for making jeans or other clothing
jeann: a sturdy cotton twill fabric, typically blue, used for jeans and other clothing
rollv: to move in a particular direction by turning over and over or from side to side
sleekadj: smooth and glossy in appearance or texture; streamlined and elegant in design or form; characterized by a polished or refined style or appearance
confidentadj: feeling sure about your abilities or qualities or having trust in people, plans, or the future
stridev: to walk with long steps in a particular direction; (noun) an important and positive progress
elegantadj: pleasing and graceful in appearance or manner, or showing good taste and refinement
hobblev: to walk with difficulty, often due to injury or disability; to hamper or impede someone’s progress or movement
grotesqueadj: bizarre or fantastic in shape, appearance, or character; fantastic; bizarre
grimacev: to make a facial expression that shows pain, disgust, or discomfort; (noun) a facial expression that shows pain or disgust, marked by wrinkling of the forehead, tightness of the face, and twisting of the mouth
annoyv: to make someone angry, anxious, or irritating slightly
agonyn: extreme physical or mental pain or suffering, often prolonged or intense
inspirationn: something that motivates or encourages someone to create or achieve something, or a feeling of excitement or creativity
evolutionaryadj: relating to or denoting how living things develop or change from earlier forms
romanticadj: of or relating to love or a sexual relationship
surroundv: to be all around something or somebody
pinchv: to grip something such as someone’s skin and press it tightly between the finger and thumb; (noun) a painful or straitened circumstance
slackadj: lacking in tension or firmness; loose or not tight; having a relaxed or lazy attitude
heuristicadj: relating to a trial-and-error method of problem-solving, often involving learning from one’s mistakes and using feedback to improve one’s approach; also used to describe a problem-solving method or approach that is practical, efficient, or intuitive
donatev: to give money, food, clothes, etc. to help a person or organization
pledgev: to make a formal promise to give or do something
marathonn: a long-distance race of 42.195 kilometers
cancern: abnormal growth of cells that can invade and destroy surrounding tissues and organs; a disease characterized by the uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells
problematicadj: full of difficulties; difficult to deal with or solve
societaladj: relating to society or social relationships
intuitionn: the ability to understand or know something without reasoning or evidence; a feeling that guides a person to do or believe something without fully understanding why
saken: purpose; reason for wanting something done
environmentn: the natural world such as air, water, and land in which humans, animals, and plants live
perverseadj: showing a deliberate and stubborn desire to go against what is expected or desired; contrary; willfully disobedient or immoral
incentiven: something, such as a punishment, reward, etc., that encourages a person to do something
supposev: to think that something is likely to be actual or possible
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
steepadj: having a sharp inclination or slope
volcanon: a mountain or hill, typically conical, having a crater or vent through which lava, rock fragments, hot vapor, and gas are or have been erupted from the earth’s crust.
sacrificen: the act of killing an animal or person or surrendering a possession as an offering to a deity; (verb) to give up something important or valuable to help another person or get or do something that seems more important
contrivedadj: created or arranged in an artificial, forced, or deliberate way; not natural or spontaneous
leisuren: the freedom provided by the absence of pressures or responsibilities
workaholicn: a person who is addicted to work; a person who works excessively
badgen: a small emblem or token worn as a symbol of belonging or rank, often used by law enforcement or military organizations
honorn: high regard or great respect for someone; the quality of having and doing based on a keen sense of morality; (verb) to show respect towards someone
reassurev: to cause someone to feel sure; to give or restore confidence
anthropologyn: the scientific study of humanity, concerned with human behavior, human biology, cultures, societies, and linguistics in both the present and past, including past human species
capitalismn: an economic system based on the private ownership of the means of production and their operation for profit
sustainv: to supply enough of what somebody or something needs to survive or exist; to accept as valid
bluntadj: having a dull or rounded edge or point; not sharp; straightforward in speech or manner, often to the point of being rude or insensitive
pointlessadj: having no purpose or reason; serving no useful function; meaningless or senseless
accomplishv: to finish or achieve something successfully
inefficiencyn: the lack of ability or effectiveness in producing the desired results or outcomes; the quality of being wasteful or unproductive
operatev: to work in a particular way; to supervise something
journalistn: a person who collects and writes news stories or articles for newspapers, magazines, radio, television, or other online media
paycheckn: a check issued to an employee as payment for work or services rendered; the amount of money received in this check
identityn: the fact of being who or what somebody or something is; the features, emotions, or ideas that distinguish persons from one another
pathwayn: a track that constitutes or serves as a path; an approach or a way of doing something
actualizev: to make real or concrete; to bring into existence or implementation; to fulfill or realize a potential or intention
keenadj: having or showing quick and eager intelligence or interest
industriousadj: hardworking, diligent, and persistent in effort
one-upmanshipn: the practice of gaining an advantage or showing superiority over others, often through competitive or aggressive behavior
slackern: a person who is lazy or avoids work and responsibilities; someone who lacks motivation or ambition
punn: a humorous play on words or use of words that sound similar but have different meanings, often for a comedic effect; a form of wordplay
maintainv: to continue to uphold or sustain; to keep in a particular state or condition; to assert or declare something to be true
laboriousadj: requiring a lot of effort and time to complete; characterized by tedious or difficult work
aspectn: one part or feature of a situation, problem, subject, etc.
appreciatev: to value and acknowledge the worth of someone or something; to be grateful for something or someone
laborn: productive work, especially physical work done for wages; the people who do manual or physical work in a country or company for wage; (verb) to work hard or to strive and make an effort to reach a goal
consequencen: the outcome of a particular action or event, especially relative to an individual
argumentn: a set of statements or reasons used to support or refute a proposition or theory; a verbal or physical fight or dispute
reputationn: the general opinion that people have about someone or something, especially when this is based on their previous experiences or behaviors
convincev: to persuade someone or make someone believe that something is true
admirev: to have regard for or respect for someone’s qualities or the actions they have performed
pornographyn: materials such as films, photographs, or written descriptions that depict or describe sexual activity graphically or explicitly, often intended to be sexually arousing
candidadj: honest, straightforward, and frank in someone’s words or actions
graduaten: a person who has a first degree from university or college; (verb) to complete the first course of university or college and get a degree
adolescentn: a young person who is in the process of developing from a child into an adult
schedulen: a list of planned activities, tasks, or things that must be completed showing when they are intended to happen or be done
appn: (abbreviation for application) software designed to run on smartphones and other mobile devices or inside a web browser on a PC
delayv: to cause something to happen at a later time than originally intended or expected
labn: a workplace for the conduct of scientific research; a laboratory
circuitn: (in electrical engineering) an electrical device that provides a path for electrical current to flow; a journey or route around a particular place or area
stubbornadj: refusing to change one’s mind or behavior despite persuasion or evidence to the contrary; unyielding; difficult to move or change
biasn: a strong feeling in favor of or against one group of people, an idea, or thing, often not based on fair judgment
resistv: to refuse to accept something and attempt to prevent it from happening
ingrainedadj: deeply rooted in someone’s mind or behavior; difficult to change due to being established for a long time
decisionn: the act or process of making up someone’s mind about something; a choice or judgment reached after considering options
recognizev: to acknowledge or realize something or someone; to identify, remember, or become aware of something that was previously known or encountered
apocryphaladj: of doubtful or questionable authenticity; well known, but probably not true
desperateadj: feeling or showing a lack of hope and a willingness to do anything because of the problematic situation
cobran: a venomous snake found in Africa and Asia that can raise its head and spread a hood when threatened
overrunv: to invade or occupy a place or territory by force, especially in large numbers; (noun) the act of taking control or overwhelming something or someone
colonialadj: of or relating to a colony (= a territory that is controlled by a more powerful country); to the period of time during which a country or region was a colony
bountyn: a reward offered for capturing or killing someone or for accomplishing a specific task
backfirev: to have an opposite and undesirable effect to what was intended; to make a sudden noise like an explosion
enterprisingadj: marked by a willingness to take on new opportunities or risks in business or other ventures; characterized by resourcefulness, initiative, and innovation
breedv: to keep animals for producing offspring in a regulated manner
governmentn: the group of people with authority to control a country or state
abandonv: to leave a place, thing, or person with no intention of returning; (noun) a feeling of extreme emotional intensity
releasev: to set free or allow to escape from confinement
awryadv: in a wrong or crooked position; out of order; amiss
distancen: the amount of space between two points, measured in units such as miles, meters, or kilometers; the extent, scope, or range between two things, such as distance or emotional distance
imperfectlyadv: in a faulty or incomplete way

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