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innocentadj: not guilty of a crime, offense, etc.; not having an evil mind or knowledge
griefn: a very great sadness, especially when somebody dies
trauman: an emotional wound or shock often has long-lasting effects caused by a highly upsetting or shocking experience
sustainedadj: lasting for a long time or continuing for a long time without becoming weaker or less intense
injuryn: harm done to a person’s or an animal’s body caused by an accident or an attack
disfigurev: to spoil or mar the appearance of something or someone by damaging or altering its shape, features, or proportions; to cause physical deformity or injury
permanentadj: lasting for a long time without essential change
disabilityn: a physical or mental condition that makes it difficult for someone to do some things that other people do
enormityn: the quality of being extremely evil or wicked; the vastness of size or extent
tragedyn: an event or situation causing great loss, misfortune, or destruction; a play or literature that deals with a severe and sad event and often ends with the death of the main character
quantifyv: to express or measure something in numerical terms
psychologyn: the scientific study of mind and behavior
damagev: to harm or cause injury to something or someone, often resulting in decreased value or functionality; to impair or negatively affect something, such as a reputation or relationship; (noun) harm or injury that is caused to a person, thing, or entity
rescuev: to save someone or something from a dangerous or difficult situation
cleanupn: an act or process of cleaning up a particular area, space, or mess; the removal of dirt, debris, or other unwanted materials
magnituden: the extent, level, importance, or amount of something
blueprintn: a photographic print of an early plan for a building or machine
commitv: to do something illegal or wrong
atrocityn: brutal act; an extremely wicked or cruel act
tiden: the cyclical rise and fall of sea level caused by the moon’s gravitational pull
communaladj: belonging to or used by a group rather than individuals; for common use
comprehendv: to understand the nature or meaning of something fully
crueladj: feeling or showing pleasure in causing pain or suffering to others
definev: to state or explain precisely the nature, scope, or meaning of something
responsibleadj: answerable or accountable for something within one’s power, control, or management
convincedadj: completely certain about something; having a strong belief or conviction in a particular religion
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.;
sufferv: to experience pain, distress, or hardship; to undergo or endure something painful or unpleasant
compassionn: a strong feeling of sympathy and sadness for another’s suffering or bad luck
suiciden: the act of killing yourself intentionally
agonyn: extreme physical or mental pain or suffering, often prolonged or intense
downplayv: to present or represent as less important or severe; to minimize the significance of something
viciousadj: having or showing a desire to cause harm to others; having the nature of vice
murdern: the crime of killing somebody intentionally
involvementn: the fact or condition of taking part in something, or the degree to which someone takes part in something
desiren: a strong feeling of wanting to have or do something
excusen: a reason or explanation, either true or invented, given to justify a fault or defend your behavior; (verb) to make someone free from blame or clear from guilt
brainn: the organ inside the head that is responsible for one’s movement, thought, memory, and feeling
preferv: to like, choose, or want one thing or person better than another
concreteadj: existing in a physical or material form rather than an abstract one; based on facts rather than ideas or guesses; made of or covered with cement
breathn: the air that is taken into and expelled from your lungs; the process of taking into and expelling air from your lungs
violentadj: involving or caused by physical force or aggression against someone or something
contributev: to give something, especially money or goods, to provide or achieve something together with other people
misunderstandv: to interpret or understand something in the wrong way
estimatev: to guess or calculate the cost, size, value, etc. of something
diagnosableadj: able to be recognized as having a particular medical condition
equipv: to provide a person or a place with the things that are needed for a particular purpose or activity
destructiveadj: causing or able to cause tremendous and irreparable damage
criterian: (plural of criterion) standards or conditions by which something may be judged or decided
specificadj: clearly defined or particular to a certain thing or situation; distinct, explicit, and precise
diagnosev: to determine or distinguish the nature of a problem or an illness through a careful analysis
ongoingadj: continuing to exist or develop, or currently happening
hopelessadj: having no hope; despairing; having no chance of success
assessv: to judge or decide the nature or quality of someone or something
crisisn: a time of great disagreement, confusion, or danger when problems must be resolved or critical decisions must be taken
involvev: to include or affect someone or something as a necessary part of something else
survivorn: a person who remains alive after an event in which others have died
volunteern: a person who performs or offers to perform a job or service without being paid for or forced to do
fundraisev: to collect or solicit funds or donations, typically for a charity, nonprofit organization, or political campaign, often through events, campaigns, or online platforms
survivev: to live or exist despite a dangerous event or period
attemptn: an act or effort of trying to do something, especially something difficult
conversationn: an informal talk between two or more people to exchange their views, ideas, information, etc.
coworkern: a person who works with another in the same company or organization
overhearv: to hear what other people are saying without intending to and their knowledge
cubiclen: a small, partitioned area or booth intended for working or studying, often in an office or educational setting
horribleadj: extremely unpleasant or bad; causing fear or disgust
apologizev: to express regret for committing wrongdoing or causing a problem
severelyadv: very badly or seriously
depressedadj: sad and without any hope
hospitalizev: to admit someone to a hospital for medical treatment
bondn: a close emotional connection between two or more people; a certificate of debt that a government or corporation issues to raise money
decisionn: the act or process of making up someone’s mind about something; a choice or judgment reached after considering options
medicaladj: relating to the treatment of illness or injuries; relating to the practice of medicine
emergencyn: a sudden unforeseen crisis usually involving danger that requires immediate action
impairv: to damage something or make it weaker or worse
governancen: the act or process of governing or managing a political, social, or economic entity; the systems or principles that guide such processes
logicn: a way of thinking or reasoning conducted or evaluated by strict validity principles; the study of correct reasoning or good arguments
distortv: to change something’s shape, appearance, or sound so that it appears weird or unclear
filtern: any of several types of equipment or systems used to separate particles from liquids or gases or to remove specific forms of light
interpretv: to explain or assign the meaning of information, actions, etc.
persistentadj: continuing firmly or obstinately in the course of action despite difficulty or opposition; lasting or enduring without fading or being lost over time
devisev: to come up with an idea, plan, theory, etc., using your intelligence or imagination
symptomn: any sensation or change in body or mind that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease
pathologyn: the study of the nature and cause of diseases and disorders; the medical specialty that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and disorders
recognizev: to acknowledge or realize something or someone; to identify, remember, or become aware of something that was previously known or encountered
purityn: the state of being undiluted or unmixed with anything else; the state of being free from immorality, especially of a sexual nature
massn: a large amount of a substance with no definite shape or form; a large number of people or things grouped or crowded together
homiciden: the act or instance of killing another person; murder, manslaughter, or other unlawful violent killings
sparseadj: only in small quantities or numbers and often spread over a wide area
depressionn: a mental condition in which a person feels very unhappy and without hope for the future; a severe recession in an economy or market
perfectionn: the state or condition of being without any flaws or defects; the highest level of excellence or accomplishment; the act of making something perfect or complete
self-reliantadj: able to rely on oneself or one’s abilities; not needing or depending on others for support or guidance
triggerv: to make something happen suddenly; to cause something such as a device, machine, etc. to function
debasev: to reduce the quality, value, or esteem of something, often by lowering its moral or ethical standard; to demean or degrade
humiliatev: to cause someone to feel ashamed, embarrassed, or degraded, especially in public or through revealing personal information
madadj: insane, especially due to a mental illness; very angry
complicatedadj: involving a lot of different things or parts in a way that is difficult to understand or analyze
ragen: a strong feeling of anger or violence
alienationn: the state of being isolated or detached from one’s social, emotional, or political environment
disturbv: to interrupt someone who is trying to work, sleep, etc.
extremeadj: very great in amount or degree
vulnerableadj: capable of being hurt or influenced physically or mentally
fragilityn: the quality of being easily broken, damaged, or destroyed; the state of being delicate or vulnerable
appallingadj: causing horror or shock; deeply disturbing or offensive; extremely bad or unpleasant
illegaladj: not allowed by law
permitv: to allow for something to happen or be done; (noun) the act of giving a formal, usually written, authorization
tolln: money that you have to pay to use a particular road, bridge, etc.; (verb) to ring slowly
breastn: either of the two round soft parts of a woman’s chest which secrete milk after childbirth
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
constantadj: happening repeatedly or all the time
perpetualadj: continuing for an extended period in the same way without stopping or being interrupted
terrifyv: to frighten someone very much
accostv: to approach and speak to someone aggressively or insistently
disgustn: a strong feeling of dislike or disapproval
panicn: a sudden strong feeling of fear that cannot be controlled and prevents reasonable thought and action
boutn: a short period of intense activity or experience; a match or contest, especially in boxing or wrestling; a period of illness or disease
depositionn: the process of obtaining testimony from a witness or a party to a lawsuit outside of the courtroom; the act of removing or displacing someone from a position of power or authority; the process of laying down a substance or material in a particular place or on a particular surface, such as sedimentary rock formation
victimn: a person who has been harmed, injured, or otherwise negatively affected by a particular action, circumstance, or event
publiclyadv: in a manner accessible to or observable by the public; by the government
conferv: to have a meeting or discussion to come to a decision or agreement or exchange ideas; to bestow something
episoden: a happening or story that is distinctive in a series of related events; an abrupt short period during which someone suffers from the effects of a physical or mental illness
hardwaren: durable tools, machinery, and other equipment; the physical and electronic parts of a computer or other electronic systems
suddenlyadv: quickly and unexpectedly
spinningn: the act of rotating rapidly around an axis; in the context of textiles, the process of twisting fibers together to form thread or yarn
cyclen: an interval during which a recurring sequence of events occurs; a bicycle or motorcycle
calmadj: not excited, angry, or nervous; free from wind, large waves
consumev: to spend something, especially fuel, energy, or time, in a large amount
firsthandadv: from the source; directly; (adjective) received directly from a source
malfunctionv: to fail to operate or work properly; to break down or stop functioning as expected or intended; (noun) a failure or defect in the way a machine, system, or device is supposed to operate
advocaten: a person who supports or suggests an idea, development, or way of doing something
therapyn: the act of caring for someone through medication, remedial training, etc.
medicationn: a drug or other form of medicine that treats, prevents, or alleviates the symptoms of the disease
eventuallyadv: finally, particularly after a long time or a lot of struggle, complications, and so on
normn: something that is regarded as usual, typical, or standard
circumstancen: the specific conditions or events that surround a particular situation or occurrence
spiraln: a curve that coils around a central point and gets progressively farther away from it as it goes around
dysfunctionn: a problem or fault in a system, organism, or part of the body or machine
punchv: to strike someone or something with one’s fist; to make a hole in something
gutn: the long tube in the body of a person or animal through which food passes when it leaves the stomach; the mental strength or bravery required to do something difficult or unpleasant
accusationn: a statement or claim alleging that someone has committed a crime, offense, or wrongdoing; a charge or indictment made against someone
tapv: to hit someone or something quickly, gently, and often repeatedly; to use existing resources, such as energy, knowledge, etc.
guiltn: the fact of having committed something illegal; the negative feelings caused by believing or knowing that you have done something wrong
eradicatev: to get rid of or destroy something completely, especially something bad
prevalentadj: existing very commonly in a particular area or in a specific time
stubbornadj: refusing to change one’s mind or behavior despite persuasion or evidence to the contrary; unyielding; difficult to move or change
plainadj: without being decorated in any way; (Noun) a vast expanse of flat land with few trees
sightn: the ability to see; anything that is seen
scenarion: a description of possible actions or events in the future; a written outline of a play, film, or literary work
forgivenessn: the act of stopping feeling angry or resentful towards someone for a mistake or offense with compassion
assumev: to think or accept something to be true without having proof of it; to take or begin to have power; to begin to exhibit a specific quality or appearance
regardlessadv: not paying attention or considering something or someone even if the situation is bad or there are difficulties
judgmentn: the ability to form valuable opinions and make reasonable decisions
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
tragicadj: causing great sadness or suffering; very unfortunate
vigilantadj: keeping careful watch for possible danger or difficulties
saken: purpose; reason for wanting something done