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institutionalizev: to establish or make something a part of an institution (= a place such as a university, hospital, etc.)
overseev: to watch and direct someone or something to make sure that it is being done correctly
excitementn: a feeling of great enthusiasm and eagerness
shortcomingn: a lack or deficiency in a particular respect; a fault or defect
debtn: something, especially money, goods, or services owed by one person to another; the state of owing something
emergev: to move out of or away from something and become visible
priden: a feeling of deep pleasure or satisfaction derived from one’s achievements
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
statisticsn: the discipline that concerns the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data
probationn: a period of time during which an offender is released from imprisonment on the condition that they adhere to particular rules and is supervised by an officer; a time of training and testing the character or abilities of a person who is new to a role or job
facilityn: a building or place that provides a particular service or is used for a particular industry
emergingadj: starting to exist, mature, or become well-known
degreen: a unit of measurement for angles, temperature, or level of proficiency or achievement; a rank or level of academic or professional attainment
criminaln: a person who has committed a crime
jerseyn: a knitted garment typically made of wool or cotton, worn as a shirt or pullover
taxpayern: a person who pays taxes to the government
permanentadj: lasting for a long time without essential change
incarcerationn: the state of being confined in prison or jail
slidev: to move or cause to move smoothly along a surface without interruption
Latinon: a person of Latin American origin or descent, especially one living in the United States
communaladj: belonging to or used by a group rather than individuals; for common use
firmadj: resolute or unwavering in decision-making or action; strong or secure in structure, make, or composition; reliable, trustworthy, or dependable; (noun) a business or company
fulfillv: to meet the requirements or expectations; to achieve or realize
saddlen: a seat for a rider on the back of a horse or other animal; (verb) to burden someone with responsibility or task
feen: a sum of money charged for a particular service
parolen: the conditional release of a prisoner before the completion of a sentence on the promise of good behavior
restrictionn: a limitation or constraint placed on something, or the act of limiting or constraining something
halfwayadj: in or at a point midway or an equal distance between two points
arrestv: to take into custody
negotiatev: to have formal discussions with someone to reach an agreement
promotev: to encourage or persuade people to like, buy, use, do, or support something; to raise someone to a higher position or rank
coffern: a strongbox or chest used for storing valuable objects or money; a fund or treasury, especially one used to hold or manage money, assets, or resources; a recessed panel used to decorate ceilings or other architectural features
historicadj: famous or significant in history, or potentially so
experimentn: the scientific test conducted to observe what happens and gain new knowledge
punishmentn: a penalty or consequence inflicted for wrongdoing or offense; a means of enforcing discipline or preventing further wrongdoing
seizev: to catch or take hold of someone or something suddenly and forcibly; to capture the attention or imagination of something
attendv: to be present at an event, to go to a place
paralleladj: being everywhere equidistant and not intersecting; of or relating to the simultaneous performance of multiple operations
simultaneouslyadv: at the same time
eliteadj: belonging to the wealthiest, most potent, best-educated, or best-trained group in a society
adjacentadj: next to, close to, or adjoining something
sophomoren: a student in their second year of college or high school; used more broadly to refer to someone who is experienced in a particular activity or field
cousinn: the child of your aunt or uncle
juvenileadj: relating to or characteristic of youth or young people; immature
detentionn: the act of holding someone in custody, especially as a punishment for a crime they are suspected of having committed
freshmann: a first-year student, typically in college or high school
thesisn: a written essay, especially one submitted for a university degree, that sets out the author’s findings on a particular subject
dissertationn: a long and formal written treatise or discourse, often presenting research or analysis on a particular subject or topic, in support of a degree or academic qualification
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
handcuffn: a pair of metal restraints that are designed to lock around a person’s wrists and prevent them from moving their hands freely; (verb) to restrain or restrict the movement of a person by applying handcuffs, typically as part of an arrest or other security-related process
imaginaryadj: existing only in someone’s mind
quartern: one of four equal parts; a fourth part or portion
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
yellv: to shout in a sudden and loud way
pantsn: an item of clothing that covers the lower part of the body and each leg separately, typically with a waistband and two legs
cavityn: an empty space or hollowness within a solid object, especially within the body, such as a tooth or bone; a hole or depression in a surface or the ground
pedestriann: a person who is in the street, especially in an area where vehicles go
punchv: to strike someone or something with one’s fist; to make a hole in something
chokev: to prevent or obstruct the normal breathing or swallowing of someone or something
stompv: to walk heavily and noisily, often with a rhythmical sound; to dance with a rhythmical step
chuckv: to throw something carelessly or casually; to get rid of something or someone
mentorn: a person who helps and advises a younger or less experienced person over time, usually at work or school
rown: an arrangement of objects or people side by side in a line; (verb) to propel a boat through the water using oars
lawnn: a stretch of ground covered with grass, typically attached to a house, and often used for recreation or aesthetics
porchn: a covered entrance to a building, typically one leading to the front door and extending outwards
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
addictionn: the inability to stop using or doing something as a habit, especially something harmful
pensionn: a regular payment to a person made by the government or a private company that is intended to allow them to subsist without working
courtyardn: an open space surrounded by buildings or walls, often in the center of a building or group of buildings
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
aggravatev: to make a problem or situation worse; to irritate or annoy someone
assaultn: a violent physical attack; the crime of forcing someone to submit to sexual intercourse against their will
injuryn: harm done to a person’s or an animal’s body caused by an accident or an attack
countyn: an administrative division of a country or state, typically one of several comprising a larger division
jailn: a facility where criminals are kept to be punished for their crimes; a prison
bailn: the temporary release of an accused person awaiting trial in exchange for a monetary deposit to ensure their appearance in court
affordv: to have enough money or time to be able to buy or do something
dragv: to pull or haul with force
finn: a thin flat part on the body of a fish or other aquatic animal used for propulsion or balance
judgen: a person who makes decisions in a court of law; (verb) to determine the result of or form a critical opinion of something
enrollv: to officially register or sign up for something, particularly a course of study, an organization, or a service
dropoutn: a person who leaves school, college, or a training program before completing it
liftv: to raise something to a higher position or level; to pick up something or somebody and move them to a different position
auctionn: a public sale in which goods or property are sold to the highest bidder; a process of selling goods or property through competitive bidding
precinctn: a defined geographic or administrative area within a larger jurisdiction, typically used for purposes such as voting or law enforcement; an enclosed or circumscribed space, often surrounded by walls or other structures
propertyn: a thing or things that belong to someone
alleyn: a narrow lane or way between buildings, often used as a passage or a shortcut; a small street that runs between two other streets
spotn: a particular location or place; a small round or roundish area, differing in color or feels from the surface around it
undercoveradj: carried out or conducted in secret, with one’s true identity or purpose concealed; disguised, incognito
raidn: a sudden short attack, usually by soldiers, ships, or aircraft
commitv: to do something illegal or wrong
deservev: to be worthy of or entitled to something, especially something good or valuable
privilegen: a special right or advantage that only one person or group of people has, usually because they are rich and powerful in a society
impunityn: exemption or freedom from punishment or harm; a state of being immune to negative consequences or legal accountability
fraternityn: a group of people, especially men, who are associated with each other through a common interest or occupation
precipitouslyadv: steeply or abruptly; quickly or suddenly, often referring to a dramatic change or decline
committeen: a group of people appointed or elected to perform a specific function or manage a particular task, often within a larger organization
academicadj: associated with schools, colleges, and universities, especially studying and thinking, not with practical skills
convenev: to come or bring together a group of people for a meeting or activity
nationn: a large organized community of people living in a particular country or region and having a particular culture
academyn: a school for special training; a type of official organization that aims to encourage and develop standards in its particular field
relationn: the way two persons or groups of people feel and act toward one another
irrespectiveadv: without taking something into account; regardless of
innocentadj: not guilty of a crime, offense, etc.; not having an evil mind or knowledge
guiltyadj: feeling responsible for or having done something wrong or criminal
injusticen: a violation of the rights of others or the laws of a society
convictv: to prove or declare someone to be guilty of a crime; (noun) a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison
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
victimn: a person who has been harmed, injured, or otherwise negatively affected by a particular action, circumstance, or event
perpetratorn: a person who carries out a harmful or illegal act, particularly one that involves violence or deception
broadadj: very wide; general
disadvantagen: a drawback or a negative aspect of something; (verb) to put someone or something in an unfavorable position
violentadj: involving or caused by physical force or aggression against someone or something
fugitiven: a person who is running away or hiding from the law, often to avoid arrest or prosecution
prioritizev: to assign a higher level of importance to something compared to other things
recoverv: to return to a former condition, health, mind, or strength
civicadj: of or relating to a town, city, or the people who live in it
inclusiveadj: including much or everything, and especially including stated limits; not excluding any of the people, things, ideas, etc. involved in something
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.;
exclusionn: the act of keeping someone or something out or preventing them from participating in or being part of something
perpetuatev: to make something continue or prevail for a long time
proportionn: a part, share, or amount of something considered in comparative relation to a whole
presidentn: the leader of a republic, for example, the US; the person in charge of the organization such as a company, university, club, etc.
reformn: the act of improving or correcting something that is wrong or bad; a change made to correct a flaw or problem
racialadj: of or related to the race (= classification of humans into groups based on physical traits or social relations)
disparityn: a significant difference or inequality between two or more things
friskv: to search for someone or something in a quick, lively manner, often to discover something hidden or suspicious; to frolic or skip about in a lively or playful manner
violationn: an action that breaches a law, rule, or agreement; an infringement of rights or duties
decriminalizev: to eliminate or reduce the criminal penalties associated with an act or behavior; to make legal or permissible something that was previously outlawed or punishable by law
possessionn: the state or fact of owning or having something
marijuanan: a psychoactive drug derived from the Cannabis plant, used for medicinal or recreational purposes; a drug that is illegal in some countries and states but legal in others for specific purposes
investv: to put money, effort, time, etc. into something to make a profit or achieve a result
coalitionn: a temporary alliance formed by two or more political parties for combined action; the state of being combined into one body
fiscaladj: relating to government revenue and expenditures; relating to financial matters
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
protestn: a strong expression of disagreement, disapproval, or opposition
unarmedadj: without weapons or arms; not carrying any form of weapon or ammunition, or engaging in physical conflict with weapons
wealthn: a large amount of money, property, or other things that someone or an organization owns
pumpv: to cause water, air, gas, etc. to move from one place to another by using mechanical equipment; to get or supply something such as money, information, etc. in significant quantities
decarcerationn: the process of reducing or eliminating the number of people who are incarcerated, especially through alternative sentencing, parole, or early release programs
dividev: to separate or cause to separate into parts or groups
congressn: a formal meeting of the representatives of different countries, constituent states, organizations, trade unions, political parties, or other groups
lifetimen: the duration of someone’s life or something’s existence;
tirelesslyadv: without getting tired or fatigued; persistently, energetically, and continuously working with great effort
consequencen: the outcome of a particular action or event, especially relative to an individual
participatev: to take part in something
conveyv: to express ideas, feelings, etc. so that it is known or understood by other people; to carry something from one place to another
grantv: to agree to give or allow somebody
dignityn: the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect; high office or rank or station
massn: a large amount of a substance with no definite shape or form; a large number of people or things grouped or crowded together
emphasisn: particular importance or significance that is given to something