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mathematicsn: the science dealing with the logic of quantities, shapes, spaces, and arrangement
pausev: to take a short break from talking or doing something before continuing
conversationn: an informal talk between two or more people to exchange their views, ideas, information, etc.
suddenlyadv: quickly and unexpectedly
thundern: the loud, deep sound made by air expanding along the path of a bolt of lightning; a deep, prolonged loud noise
recollectionn: the act of remembering or the state of being remembered
pregnantadj: having a baby or young animal developing in the uterus
destinev: to determine or set the course of something in advance, often in a way that seems predetermined or inevitable; to specify or choose someone or something for a particular fate or outcome
paranoidadj: unreasonably or obsessively believing that other people do not like you or want to harm you
schizophrenian: a severe mental disorder in which a person has a distorted view of reality and may experience hallucinations, delusions, and disordered thinking and behavior
butchern: a person who prepares and sells meat, especially at a retail shop; a person who kills or slaughters animals, especially for food; a person who engages in the relentless or brutal treatment of others
psychiatricadj: of or relating to the treatment or study of mental illness or disorders
committedadj: willing to put in a lot of effort, time, and energy into something; firmly believing in something
suiciden: the act of killing yourself intentionally
bouncev: to cause to move up or away after hitting a surface; to spring back
essentiallyadv: relating to the essential features or concepts of anything
eventuallyadv: finally, particularly after a long time or a lot of struggle, complications, and so on
gangn: a group of people who organize and engage in criminal activity
horribleadj: extremely unpleasant or bad; causing fear or disgust
tragicadj: causing great sadness or suffering; very unfortunate
murdern: the crime of killing somebody intentionally
ultimateadj: furthest or highest in degree or order
executev: to kill someone, especially as a legal punishment; to carry out or perform an action, duty, etc.
punishmentn: a penalty or consequence inflicted for wrongdoing or offense; a means of enforcing discipline or preventing further wrongdoing
moralityn: principles of right and evil or good and bad behavior
penaltyn: a punishment for violating a law, rule, or contract
entirelyadv: completely
controversialadj: causing a lot of hot public discussion and dispute
debaten: a formal discussion or argument of opposing viewpoints, often to persuade others to adopt a specific position; a public discussion, often on an issue of current interest, in which participants offer opinions and differing perspectives
ardentadj: having or showing a strong enthusiasm or devotion; passionate
vociferousadj: characterized by loud, insistent, or attention-grabbing verbal expression
abolitionistn: a person who advocates for the abolition (the act of doing away with something) of slavery or some other practice considered unjust
unfoldv: to open up or spread out something that is folded or rolled up; to reveal or disclose something that was previously hidden or unknown
chaptern: a separate section of a written work usually numbered and titled
innocentadj: not guilty of a crime, offense, etc.; not having an evil mind or knowledge
convictv: to prove or declare someone to be guilty of a crime; (noun) a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison
rown: an arrangement of objects or people side by side in a line; (verb) to propel a boat through the water using oars
upholdv: to support or defend something, such as a law, idea, decision, etc.
appellateadj: relating to or having the power to hear appeals from lower courts or tribunals; referring to a court that primarily hears appeals
consistv: to be composed or made up of
complicatedadj: involving a lot of different things or parts in a way that is difficult to understand or analyze
proceedingn: an event or series of events that happen as part of a larger process or action; an official record of legal or administrative action or meeting
habeas-corpusn: (a legal term originating from Latin, meaning “you shall have the body”) a writ or legal action that ensures a person’s right to challenge the lawfulness of their detention or imprisonment, typically used as a protection against arbitrary or unlawful imprisonment
corpusn: a collection of texts or documents, usually used in research or analysis
appealn: a serious, earnest, or urgent request for money, information, or help; a quality that makes somebody or something attractive or interest
clemencyn: mercy or leniency shown to someone who has committed a crime or is being punished; forgiveness or pardoning of an offense or wrongdoing
complexityn: the state or quality of being complicated or intricate and difficult to understand
litigationn: the process of resolving legal disputes through the court system
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
representv: to speak, act, or be present on behalf of another person or group; to form or constitute
inmaten: a person who is confined to an institution such as a prison, hospital, or mental health facility
acquirev: to buy or obtain something such as an asset, object, knowledge, etc., for oneself
relyv: to require a specific thing or the assistance and support of someone or something to continue, run properly, or succeed.
volunteern: a person who performs or offers to perform a job or service without being paid for or forced to do
handlev: to deal with a situation, problem, or strong emotion
proceedv: to move forward or to continue with a process or action; to advance or progress
inevitablyadv: in a manner that cannot be avoided or prevented
driftv: to move smoothly and slowly in water or air, especially as a result of outside forces, with no control over the direction
urgentadj: requiring immediate attention or action; pressing
extendv: to broaden in scope, range, or area
sustainedadj: lasting for a long time or continuing for a long time without becoming weaker or less intense
declinev: to become gradually smaller, fewer, worse, etc.; to refuse to accept
graphn: a picture consisting of a line, lines, points, etc., that shows how two or more sets of certain quantities are related to each other
apparatusn: the equipment, materials, or tools that are used to perform a specific task, often in a scientific, technical, or industrial setting
efficientadj: performing at the highest level of productivity with the least wasted effort or resources; capable of achieving maximum output with minimum wasted effort, time, or materials
dipv: to put something into a liquid for a short time and take it out again
typicaladj: having the usual characteristics or traits of a specific group of things
basisn: the most important facts, ideas, or events from which something is developed; the way how things are organized or arranged
steepadj: having a sharp inclination or slope
paradoxn: a statement, situation, or person that has two opposite facts or features and therefore seems impossible, is difficult to understand, or is strange;
attributev: to say or regard that something is the result of a particular thing; (noun) a quality or feature that someone or something possesses;
juryn: a group of people called upon to render a verdict or judgment in a legal trial; a group of people chosen for a special purpose or task
possibilityn: a chance that something may happen or be true
parolen: the conditional release of a prisoner before the completion of a sentence on the promise of good behavior
chambern: a large room used for a formal, public, or particular purpose; one of the parts of a parliament
dissolutionn: the act of breaking up or dissolving something, often referring to a contract, a relationship, or a substance; the process of disintegrating or decomposing over time; the ending or termination of a group or organization
opponentn: a person against whom you are playing or fighting in a game, competition, debate, etc.
solacen: comfort or consolation in a time of distress, sadness, or disappointment; (verb) to comfort or console someone in a time of distress, loss, or suffering
excessn: an amount or quantity beyond what is acceptable, expected, or reasonable
affinityn: a natural liking or attraction to something; kinship by marriage or adoption
erosionn: the wearing away of rock, soil, or land by natural processes such as wind or water
phenomenonn: something that exists and can be perceptible, especially one that is not fully understood
shiftn: a slight transition in position, direction, or trend
intervenev: to intentionally get involved in a situation to improve it or prevent it from getting worse
likelihoodn: the probability or chance that something will happen or be the case
biographyn: the story of a person’s life written by someone else
accurateadj: correct and exact in all details
dysfunctionn: a problem or fault in a system, organism, or part of the body or machine
exposuren: the state of being in a particular situation or place where there is no protection from or guarantee to something harmful; the disclosure of something secret
juvenileadj: relating to or characteristic of youth or young people; immature
cuspn: a pointed end, especially the pointed end of a crescent moon or the part of a curve that is most curved
disagreev: to have or express a different opinion, idea, etc.
gnarln: a rough knotted swelling on a tree, knot in wood; a contorted or twisted shape or feature
slicen: a flat, often thin, piece of bread, meat, cheese, etc., that has been cut from a larger piece; a wound made by cutting
physicsn: the science of matter and energy and their interactions
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
nudgev: to push someone or something gently, especially with your elbow, to attract the person’s attention; (noun) a small push or prod to encourage a desired action or behavior
rocketn: a large tube-shaped object that moves very first by a stream of gases let out behind it, used for space travel or as a weapon
thrustv: to push or drive forcibly; to impose or insert; (noun) the force used in pushing
interventionn: the action or process of being done to improve or help a circumstance, often they have not been asked to do so
consequencen: the outcome of a particular action or event, especially relative to an individual
strategyn: a detailed plan of action designed to achieve a long-term or overall goal.
embracev: to accept something willingly and enthusiastically; (noun) the act of clasping another person in the arms as in greeting or affection
mentionv: to speak or write about something or someone briefly
reformn: the act of improving or correcting something that is wrong or bad; a change made to correct a flaw or problem
topicn: a subject that is being discussed or written about
judgen: a person who makes decisions in a court of law; (verb) to determine the result of or form a critical opinion of something
accomplishv: to finish or achieve something successfully
legislatorn: a member of a group of people who has the power to make or enact laws
policymakern: a person in charge of or involved in developing action plans for a political party, business, etc.
taxpayern: a person who pays taxes to the government
economicaladj: providing a satisfactory return on the money, time, or effort; not using more money, fuel, etc. than necessary
disadvantagen: a drawback or a negative aspect of something; (verb) to put someone or something in an unfavorable position
bunchn: a grouping of several similar things which are growing or fastened together
aggressiveadj: behaving in an angry, energetic, or threatening way towards another person; tending to spread quickly
threatenv: to utter intentions of injury or punishment against someone
crackv: to break or cause to break without dividing into separate parts; (noun) a line on the surface of something along which it has separated without breaking
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
attachv: to fasten, join, or connect one thing to another
recruitv: to persuade someone to work for a company; to find new members for an organization, the armed forces, etc.
strictadj: strongly limiting someone’s freedom; allowing no deviation from a standard, rule, belief, etc.
separatev: to force, take, or pull apart; mark as different
dauntingadj: looking challenging to manage in prospect; making someone anxious and less confident about carrying out something
inventionn: the creation of a new device or process resulting from study and experimentation; the act of inventing
curriculumn: a series of subjects comprising a course of study in a school, college, etc.
semestern: one of the periods that the school or university divided into, especially in the US and Australia; a half-year term
filtern: any of several types of equipment or systems used to separate particles from liquids or gases or to remove specific forms of light
commercen: the activity of buying and selling things, especially on a large scale
relatev: to establish a connection or association between two or more things; to narrate or tell about an event, experience, or relationship; to empathize or feel sympathy with someone or something
moraladj: concerned with the principles of what is right and wrong, fairness, honesty, etc.
imperativeadj: very important or requiring attention or action
economyn: the system by which a country or region produces manages, and distributes goods and services, including the money and finances involved in these activities; (of an airline) the lowest-priced, most basic option for seating in commercial travel
leanadj: having a noticeably small amount of body fat; (verb) to bend or move from a straight to a sloping posture
disrespectn: an expression of lack of regard or contempt for someone or something
chasev: to pursue something or someone to catch or capture them; to go after something vigorously or with determination; (noun) a pursuit or a hunt; a narrow groove or channel cut into a surface, often used for decorative purposes
screamv: to give a loud, high shout suddenly, especially because of fear, anger, excitement, etc.; to utter or declare in a very loud voice
hollerv: to shout or call out loudly and forcefully, often to get someone’s attention or convey a message
homiciden: the act or instance of killing another person; murder, manslaughter, or other unlawful violent killings
statisticsn: the discipline that concerns the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data
devotev: to commit or dedicate oneself or one’s time, effort, or energy to a particular task or purpose
enormousadj: extremely large or great
commitv: to do something illegal or wrong
appropriateadj: suitable or proper in the circumstances; fitting