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kingdomn: the country ruled by a king or queen
jeweln: a precious stone that is cut and polished for use in jewelry
crownn: a circular ornamental headdress, worn as a symbol of authority by a king, usually made of gold and precious stones
internv: to put someone in prison, especially for political or military reasons; (noun) a student or trainee who works, sometimes for free, to get work experience or to fulfill qualification criteria
mightyadj: very large, powerful, or strong
ambitionn: a strong wish to do or achieve something
invitev: to ask someone to come or join; to offer an opportunity or possibility for something to happen or take place
nationn: a large organized community of people living in a particular country or region and having a particular culture
migrantn: a traveler who moves from one region or country to another, especially to find work or better living conditions; a bird or an animal that moves from one place to another
settlev: to reach an agreement of disagreement
unexpectedadj: not anticipated or regarded as likely to happen
medicaladj: relating to the treatment of illness or injuries; relating to the practice of medicine
personneln: a group of people who are employed in an organization or one of the armed forces; the department responsible for hiring, training, and placing employees
counselingn: the process of providing guidance and support to someone, often in a therapeutic or professional context, to help them overcome personal or emotional difficulties and improve their mental health and well-being
releasev: to set free or allow to escape from confinement
deportv: to force someone to leave a country, typically on the grounds of illegal status or for having committed a crime
meritn: the quality of being particularly good or worthy, especially to deserve praise or reward
infectv: to affect a person, an animal, or a plant with a disease-causing organism
imposev: to officially force a new law, tax, duty, etc. to be obeyed or received
restrictionn: a limitation or constraint placed on something, or the act of limiting or constraining something
arguev: to express differing opinions or points of view, often in a heated or contentious manner; to present a case or reasoning to persuade or convince others
detainv: to keep someone in official custody; to prevent them from leaving
posev: to present a risk, problem, or other issues that must be addressed
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
moraladj: concerned with the principles of what is right and wrong, fairness, honesty, etc.
violationn: an action that breaches a law, rule, or agreement; an infringement of rights or duties
principlen: a fundamental law or truth that explains or controls how something happens or works
practicallyadv: almost or nearly
undergroundadj: under the surface of the ground; a secret group organized to achieve a specific purpose, such as overthrowing the government or occupying a force
disclosev: to make something, such as secret or new information, known publicly
individualn: a single person or thing, as distinct from a group
communaladj: belonging to or used by a group rather than individuals; for common use
purportv: to claim or suggest that something is true or has a particular character or quality; (noun) the intended meaning of a communication
transmissionn: the act or process of sending something from one person or place to another; the process of broadcasting over the airwaves, as in radio or television
practicaladj: of or connected with actual use or real situation rather than with theory and ideas
dreadv: to be very afraid of or worried about something that is going to happen or that might happen
diseasen: a disorder or illness that affects the body or mind, often characterized by specific symptoms or abnormal functioning of organs or systems
banishv: to expel or send away from a place or situation, especially permanently
afflictv: to cause pain, suffering, or distress to someone or something
exilen: the state of being forced to leave one’s country or home, typically for political or punitive reasons
leprosyn: a chronic infectious disease that affects the skin, nerves, and mucous membranes and is caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium leprae, characterized by disfiguring skin lesions, nerve damage, and the loss of sensation in affected areas
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
superstitionn: a belief or practice that is not based on science or reason and that is often connected with a religion
virusn: a tiny infectious organic material that causes disease in people, animals, and plants
colleaguen: one of a group of a coworker, especially in a profession or a business
attituden: the way you think and feel about someone or something
enforcev: to make sure that people obey a particular law, rule, or situation
decidev: to make up someone’s mind about something; to come to a conclusion or judgment after considering options
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
infectionn: a condition in which pathogenic microorganisms or viruses have entered the body
injectv: to put a liquid such as a drug or other substance into a person’s or an animal’s body using a needle and syringe (= small tube)
transgenderadj: relating to or denoting a person whose gender identity does not correspond to that person’s biological sex assigned at birth
vulnerableadj: capable of being hurt or influenced physically or mentally
compassionn: a strong feeling of sympathy and sadness for another’s suffering or bad luck
universaladj: existing or affecting everywhere or everyone
violentadj: involving or caused by physical force or aggression against someone or something
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
unfortunatelyadv: by bad luck; unluckily
counterbalancev: to offset or balance the effect of something by applying an equal or opposite force or effect; to provide a counteracting or balancing influence for something; (noun) a weight or force that is used to balance or offset another weight or force
massn: a large amount of a substance with no definite shape or form; a large number of people or things grouped or crowded together
judgmentn: the ability to form valuable opinions and make reasonable decisions
misinformationn: information that is false or inaccurate, or the act of giving wrong information, especially deliberately
specificallyadv: only associated with or meant for one thing
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
prejudicen: a thought or feeling that is unfair and makes no sense, mainly when it is formed without enough thought or knowledge
ignorancen: lack of knowledge or information about a particular subject or fact
rewritev: to write something such as a book or speech again in a different way, usually to improve it or add new information
traditionn: a belief, custom, or way of doing something that has been passed down from generation to generation within a group or society
religionn: a deep conviction in a supernatural power that controls human destiny
nickn: a small cut, notch, or indentation in a surface or an edge
convictv: to prove or declare someone to be guilty of a crime; (noun) a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison
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
offensen: an illegal act; a feeling of anger caused by a perceived insult to or disregard for oneself; the action of attacking an enemy
committedadj: willing to put in a lot of effort, time, and energy into something; firmly believing in something
unacceptablyadv: in a way that is not acceptable or satisfactory
severityn: the quality or condition of being severe, strict, or harsh
punishmentn: a penalty or consequence inflicted for wrongdoing or offense; a means of enforcing discipline or preventing further wrongdoing
felonn: a person convicted of a serious crime; an offender of the most serious kind
lifetimen: the duration of someone’s life or something’s existence;
offendv: to cause someone to feel upset, angry, or annoyed
unfairadj: not giving equal treatment or opportunities to people involved; marked by injustice, partiality, or deception
ineffectiveadj: not producing any significant or intended effect or result
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
tiden: the cyclical rise and fall of sea level caused by the moon’s gravitational pull
floutv: to openly disregard or disobey a rule, law, convention, or authority; to mock or ridicule something or someone
stigman: a mark of shame or disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality, or person
unofficialadj: not authorized or recognized by an authority or organization; informal; not having an official status or position
licensen: an official permission or authorization to do, use, or own something; a legal document that grants the holder the right to perform certain activities, such as driving a car, practicing a profession, or using a particular product or service
pregnantadj: having a baby or young animal developing in the uterus
checkupn: an examination of a person’s health by a medical professional, typically including a physical examination, laboratory tests, and diagnostic imaging
nursen: a healthcare professional who is trained to provide care for the sick or injured; (verb) to try to cure by special care or treatment of an illness or injury
announcev: to make something known or officially inform people about something
sterilizev: to make something free of all forms of life, especially bacteria or viruses, by using heat, chemicals, or radiation
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
strengthn: the quality or state of being physically, or sometimes mentally, strong
estimatev: to guess or calculate the cost, size, value, etc. of something
accordn: an official agreement or treaty between two organizations, countries, etc.; (verb) allow to have
tragicadj: causing great sadness or suffering; very unfortunate
broadadj: very wide; general
statisticsn: the discipline that concerns the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data
declinev: to become gradually smaller, fewer, worse, etc.; to refuse to accept
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
remarkableadj: worthy of attention because unusual or special
retrovirusn: a type of RNA virus that uses the enzyme reverse transcriptase to convert its RNA into DNA, which then inserts itself into the host cell’s genome, which can cause a variety of diseases in humans and animals, including HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)
therapyn: the act of caring for someone through medication, remedial training, etc.
medicinaladj: of or relating to the treatment or cure of disease
shrinkv: to become smaller, or to make something smaller in size or amount
epidemicn: the widespread outbreak of a particular disease in a large number of people at the same time
gripn: the act of holding onto something firmly with your hands, or the ability to do so; (verb) to hold fast or firmly
tacklev: to try to deal with a complex problem or situation
commissionn: a formal instruction, command, or request given to a person or group; an official group of people entrusted by a government or other official body to control or enforce something
environmentn: the natural world such as air, water, and land in which humans, animals, and plants live
recommendv: to suggest that someone or something would be a suitable fit for a particular purpose or role
mentionv: to speak or write about something or someone briefly
contaminatev: to make something impure, unclean, or poisonous by contact or mixture
injectionn: the act of introducing a liquid, especially a drug, into the body using a needle and a syringe
equipv: to provide a person or a place with the things that are needed for a particular purpose or activity
possessionn: the state or fact of owning or having something
illegaladj: not allowed by law
mereadj: used to emphasize how insignificant or minor someone or something is
suspectv: to consider anything to be actual or probable
detentionn: the act of holding someone in custody, especially as a punishment for a crime they are suspected of having committed
supposev: to think that something is likely to be actual or possible
absolutelyadv: without restriction or limitation; completely or utterly
ampleadj: enough or more than enough; having plenty of something
incarceratev: to put or keep somebody in prison or in a place from which they cannot escape
reductionn: a decrease in size, amount, or degree
involvev: to include or affect someone or something as a necessary part of something else
needlen: a thin, pointed object typically used for sewing or medical purposes; a metal or plastic instrument used for administering injections or drawing blood
syrinxn: the vocal organ of a bird; a primitive wind instrument consisting of several parallel pipes bound together
opioidn: substances that have an effect similar to opium, such as morphine, used in medicines to treat severe pain, but some people take them illegally for pleasure and become addicted
substituten: a person or thing acting or serving instead of another one; (verb) to act as a something or someone instead of another one
condomn: a thin rubber or plastic sheath worn over the penis during sexual intercourse to prevent pregnancy or the transmission of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) between partners
strikingadj: attractive and distinctive enough to draw notice; exceedingly appealing, frequently in an odd manner
introductionn: a preliminary explanation or remarks given before the start of a text, performance, or event; the act of bringing something new into existence or introducing something to a wider audience or new market
resistv: to refuse to accept something and attempt to prevent it from happening
stringentadj: strict, severe, or demanding; requiring close attention to rules or regulations; extreme or excessive in some way
trendn: a general direction in which something is changing or developing
criminaln: a person who has committed a crime
fueln: a substance that is typically burned to generate heat or energy
vaccinen: a substance that is put into the body and protects them from disease by causing them to produce antibodies (= proteins that attack harmful bacteria, viruses, etc.)
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
progressionn: the act or process of changing to the next stage or phase or moving forward
legislationn: a law or a set of laws suggested and then passed by a parliament, or the act of making or enacting laws
governmentn: the group of people with authority to control a country or state
repealn: the act of officially canceling or making something no longer in force; (verb) to officially cancel or make something no longer in force
touchyadj: easily offended or upset, or sensitive
processn: a series of actions or operations performed to achieve a particular outcome or goal; a systematic procedure or approach used to accomplish a specific task or objective; a method of treating milk to make it suitable for consumption or use in other dairy products
underwayadj: having started and currently in progress
reformn: the act of improving or correcting something that is wrong or bad; a change made to correct a flaw or problem
outreachn: an effort to extend help or services to people who may not be aware of them, often in a targeted manner; the process of establishing connections and communication with a wider community or audience; (verb) to reach out or make contact with people or groups to offer help, support, or information
distributev: to give something to a large number of individuals, or to spread or furnish something
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
abusen: the use of something in an incorrect or harmful manner
arbitraryadj: based on chance, or individual whim rather than any reason
arrestv: to take into custody
judgen: a person who makes decisions in a court of law; (verb) to determine the result of or form a critical opinion of something
flexibilityn: the quality of changing or being changed easily according to new conditions or situations
tolerancen: the willingness to accept or tolerate something, especially something that is different or unpleasant
retoolv: to adapt, modify, or overhaul something, often a system or process, to make it more efficient or effective for its intended purpose or to meet changing needs or demands
reinforcev: to strengthen or support something, especially by adding another material to it; to make emotion, idea, etc. stronger
interpretationn: an explanation or opinion of something, especially that is not immediately obvious
abstractadj: based on general ideas, feelings, or qualities and not on any a physical or concrete existence
threatn: a strong indication or likelihood of harm, danger, or adverse consequences; an expression of intent to inflict harm or injury on someone or something, often made as a means of coercion or intimidation
arcaneadj: mysterious or known only by a select few
specializev: to become an expert in a specific career field, study, or business
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
aspiringadj: desiring or striving for recognition or advancement; wanting to be successful in life