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lukewarmadj: moderately warm or tepid; lacking enthusiasm, interest, or vigor; uncertain or hesitant
survivev: to live or exist despite a dangerous event or period
rethinkv: to consider again a plan, idea, etc., especially to change it
trapn: a piece of equipment or hole for catching animals or people; (verb) to catch animals or people and prevent them from escaping
hummingadj: producing a continuous, low, vibrating sound like that of the bee
reactv: to take action in response to something
warnv: to make someone aware of potential danger or difficulty, particularly one that may occur in the future
pandemicn: an outbreak of a disease that affects many people over a very wide area
climaten: the weather in a particular location averaged over some long period
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
periln: serious and great danger or risk
recognizev: to acknowledge or realize something or someone; to identify, remember, or become aware of something that was previously known or encountered
reluctantadj: unwilling or hesitant to do something because of doubts or fears
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
squeakv: to make a high-pitched, short, sharp noise; to speak or say something in a high-pitched, weak, or timid voice
braken: a device used to slow or stop a moving vehicle, typically by applying pressure to the wheels
freewayn: a major highway designed for high-speed traffic, with no stoplights or grade crossings and having interchanges or access roads to other highways
estaten: a large piece of land with an impressive house on it, often owned by a wealthy family; all of a person’s possessions and assets at the time of their death; an area of land considered as a unit in terms of ownership, use or taxation
bubblen: a thin, round, and often transparent mass of gas that is surrounded by a thin layer of liquid; a state of economic or social prosperity that is unsustainable and eventually collapses
sharkn: a long-bodied, mostly predatory marine fish that has sharp teeth and a pointed fin on its back; a person who is ruthless, greedy, and dishonest
hurdlen: a barrier or obstacle that must be overcome
wardroben: a collection or set of clothing, especially for a particular occasion or purpose; a piece of furniture designed for storing clothes or personal belongings
renovatev: to improve or restore something to a better or more modern condition; to revamp or update something old, outdated, or in disrepair
identityn: the fact of being who or what somebody or something is; the features, emotions, or ideas that distinguish persons from one another
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
psychologyn: the scientific study of mind and behavior
intelligencen: the ability to learn, comprehend, or make judgments or conclusions based on reasons
victimn: a person who has been harmed, injured, or otherwise negatively affected by a particular action, circumstance, or event
biasn: a strong feeling in favor of or against one group of people, an idea, or thing, often not based on fair judgment
convincev: to persuade someone or make someone believe that something is true
excitev: to make someone feel suddenly enthusiastic or eager
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.
summitn: the highest point of a mountain or hill; a meeting of heads of state or government to discuss important issues
cratern: a huge bowl-shaped cavity in the earth or an object in space, usually created by an explosion or the impact of a meteorite
supposev: to think that something is likely to be actual or possible
hiken: a long walk or journey, especially for pleasure or exercise; an increase in cost
strandedadj: left in a difficult or helpless position without access to help or resources; unable to move or proceed
escalatev: to increase in intensity, size, or severity; to make something greater, worse, or more serious
commitmentn: a promise or firm decision to do something or to behave in a certain way
initialadj: of or happening at the beginning; (noun) the first letter of a word, especially a person’s name
investv: to put money, effort, time, etc. into something to make a profit or achieve a result
decisionn: the act or process of making up someone’s mind about something; a choice or judgment reached after considering options
plummetv: to fall or drop suddenly and steeply; to decline rapidly or sharply
blockbustern: a movie, book, or other product that is extremely successful and popular, especially one that makes much money
simmerv: to cook food over low heat in a liquid, maintaining a temperature just below boiling point; to be filled with a low level of intense emotion; to be on the verge of expressing strong feelings
strategyn: a detailed plan of action designed to achieve a long-term or overall goal.
miserableadj: very unhappy, uncomfortable, or unpleasant; causing great distress or suffering
relationn: the way two persons or groups of people feel and act toward one another
encouragev: to give someone support, confidence, or hope; to persuade someone to do or continue to do something by making it easier for them and making them believe it is a good thing to do
worshipv: to have or show a strong feeling of profound respect and admiration for a religious entity such as God or a god
hustlev: to cause someone to move quickly by pushing them in a rough, aggressive way
prayv: to make a request or petition to a higher power, especially in the form of a respectful or humble request
priestn: a person who performs religious duties and ceremonies, especially in the Christian faith
gritn: very small pieces of stone or sand; mental toughness and determination or perseverance in the face of challenges or obstacles
experimentn: the scientific test conducted to observe what happens and gain new knowledge
casinon: a business or establishment that provides gambling services, such as slot machines, table games, or sports betting; a facility or venue that hosts events or entertainment, often featuring dining or recreational amenities
puzzlen: a situation that is difficult to follow or solve; a game, problem, or toy that tests a person’s ingenuity or knowledge; (verb) to cause someone to feel confused because of something difficult to understand
colleaguen: one of a group of a coworker, especially in a profession or a business
determinantn: a factor, circumstance, or condition that contributes to the shaping, influencing, or determining of a particular outcome or result
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
rookien: a newcomer or beginner, specifically in a particular profession, sport, or activity; an inexperienced or naive person
expeditionn: a journey or voyage for a specific purpose
descentn: the act or process of moving downward; a person’s family origins
loneadj: solitary or single
pickupn: a type of vehicle with an open-air cargo bed at the back used for transporting goods or equipment; the act of collecting or gathering someone or something from a particular location; a warrant to take someone into custody
rescuev: to save someone or something from a dangerous or difficult situation
heroicadj: courageous and daring; having or displaying qualities appropriate for legendary figures that is courage and daring
persistentadj: continuing firmly or obstinately in the course of action despite difficulty or opposition; lasting or enduring without fading or being lost over time
stubbornadj: refusing to change one’s mind or behavior despite persuasion or evidence to the contrary; unyielding; difficult to move or change
broadenv: to make or become wider or more extensive; to make or become more tolerant or liberal.
ultimateadj: furthest or highest in degree or order
tunneln: an underground or underwater passage, typically for trains or cars
visionn: the ability to think about or see the future with imagination and intelligence; the faculty of being able to see
blindadj: unable to see; unable or unwilling to perceive or understand the true nature of something
short-sightedadj: lacking foresight or consideration for future consequences; not planning or preparing adequately for something that will happen in the future
wrapv: to cover or enclose something entirely with paper, cloth, or other material
countlessadj: too numerous to be counted or very many
hoopn: a circular band or ring, often made of metal or wood, used as a toy, a part of the equipment, or a decoration
drivewayn: a private road leading from a street or road to a house or garage, typically providing access for vehicles
shiftn: a slight transition in position, direction, or trend
grindv: to reduce something to small particles or powder by crushing or rubbing it; to work hard over a long period of time
eventuallyadv: finally, particularly after a long time or a lot of struggle, complications, and so on
qualifiedadj: officially recognized as having completed a training course or passed the exams that are necessary to perform a particular job
obsessv: to fill the mind of someone continually so that one can’t think of anything else
divergev: to move or extend in different directions from a common point; to branch off or deviate from a path or course
divev: to jump into the water with your head and arms going in first, or to move down to a deeper level underwater
belongv: to be the property of someone or something; to be a member or part of a group; to be in the proper or appropriate place
progressionn: the act or process of changing to the next stage or phase or moving forward
dreadv: to be very afraid of or worried about something that is going to happen or that might happen
talentedadj: having a natural ability or aptitude for something; showing exceptional skill or ability in a particular area
divern: a person who dives, especially one who does so professionally or as a sport; a bird that dives into the water to catch fish or other prey
outworkv: to work harder or more diligently than someone else; to defeat or outmaneuver someone through superior effort or strategy; (noun) work that is done away from a central workplace or office, typically by employees who work from home
brutaladj: harsh or cruel
asleepadj: in a state of sleep
smackv: to hit something or someone with force, often making a loud noise; to deliver a sharp criticism or rebuke
bellyn: the front part of the body below the chest, containing the stomach and bowels; the rounded or curved part of an object, such as a ship or aircraft
flopv: to fall or lie down heavily and clumsily; (noun) a complete failure
foreclosuren: the legal process by which a lender repossesses and sells a property or asset due to the borrower’s failure to meet loan payments; the act of taking control of or seizing property or assets to satisfy a debt
settlev: to reach an agreement of disagreement
prematureadj: occurring or done too early; happening before the appropriate time; born before the end of a full-term pregnancy
alternativen: one of two or more available possibilities or choice
attachv: to fasten, join, or connect one thing to another
foreclosev: to take legal action to repossess or seize property, particularly a mortgaged property, due to non-payment of debts or obligations
destinationn: the place to which someone or something is going or being sent; the ultimate purpose or goal of a journey or action
freshmann: a first-year student, typically in college or high school
excelv: to be extremely good at or proficient in doing something
contributev: to give something, especially money or goods, to provide or achieve something together with other people
retiringadj: withdrawing from a position or activity, or becoming more secluded or reserved
concentrationn: the ability to focus all your time and energy on one thing without thinking about anything else.
magiciann: a person who performs magic tricks or illusions to entertain an audience; typically involves sleight of hand or deception to create seemingly impossible or supernatural effects
sleightn: the use of dexterity or skill, particularly to deceive; a clever or cunning trick or skillful manipulation of objects
consumev: to spend something, especially fuel, energy, or time, in a large amount
entertainern: a performer who provides amusement or enjoyment to an audience, often through acting, music, dancing, or comedy
introvertn: a shy and reticent person
mentorn: a person who helps and advises a younger or less experienced person over time, usually at work or school
invaluableadj: extremely useful, important, or valuable; describing something that cannot be measured in terms of monetary or material worth
unleashv: to suddenly release a strong force, emotion, etc. that cannot be controlled
memorizev: to learn something carefully so that you will remember it exactly
backgroundn: the details of a person’s social heritage, such as family, vocational or educational experience; past information that is essential to understanding a situation or problem
routinen: a usual or habitual way of doing things; a set sequence of steps, part of a larger computer program
relaxv: to become or cause someone to become less active or tense and calmer
rutn: a long track or groove worn into the ground, typically by the repeated passage of wheels or other heavy objects; a fixed, boring or monotonous routine or course of action
importancen: the quality of being important and worthy of note
afterwardadv: after the time mentioned
principlen: a fundamental law or truth that explains or controls how something happens or works
breathn: the air that is taken into and expelled from your lungs; the process of taking into and expelling air from your lungs
cognitiveadj: of or relating to mental processes of understanding
entrenchv: to establish or settle something firmly and securely, especially an idea, practice, or position; to occupy a trench or secured area
defensiveadj: used or intended to protect someone or something against attack or aggression
griefn: a very great sadness, especially when somebody dies
emotionn: a strong feeling such as love, anger, etc. deriving from one’s situation, mood, or relationships with others
regulationn: an official rule made and maintained by a government or some other authority; the act of controlling or directing something according to a rule
handyadj: valuable and convenient; easy or ready to reach or use
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
framen: a strong border or structure of the wood, metal, etc. that surrounds something such as a picture, door, or window
sketchn: a simple, quickly-made picture that does not have many details; a short descriptive summary of something
roughadj: not quite exact or correct; having or caused by an irregular surface
draftn: a preliminary version of something that is not yet in its final form
perspectiven: a confident attitude toward something; a particular style of thinking about something
revisev: to examine and make corrections or alterations to the idea, piece of writing, etc. to improve it
defendv: to protect someone or something from attack, criticism, danger, etc.
curiosityn: a strong desire to know or learn about something
invitev: to ask someone to come or join; to offer an opportunity or possibility for something to happen or take place
sessionn: a formal meeting or series of meetings for the execution of a particular group’s functions; a period spent doing a particular activity
introductoryadj: intended as an introduction or preliminary; serving as a base or starting point
cedev: to give up, surrender, or transfer possession or control of something, especially territory, power, or authority
checkupn: an examination of a person’s health by a medical professional, typically including a physical examination, laboratory tests, and diagnostic imaging
shiftingadj: constantly changing or moving
examinev: to study or consider a person or object attentively and thoroughly to learn something about them
evolvev: to develop gradually, or to cause the development of something or someone gradually
reconsiderv: to think about a decision or opinion again to
hallmarkn: a distinctive characteristic or attribute of a person or thing
wisdomn: the quality of being wise, or the ability to use your knowledge and experience to make sensible decisions
quittern: a person who gives up easily or does not have the determination to finish what they have started
weighv: to have a particular weight; to carefully evaluate things before making a conclusion
liberatev: to set free; to release or rescue from captivity or oppression
embracev: to accept something willingly and enthusiastically; (noun) the act of clasping another person in the arms as in greeting or affection
cultn: a small religious group, especially one that is not part of a larger religion and that is regarded as outside the norm; followers of an exclusive system of beliefs and practices
confidencen: the feeling or attitude that one can trust or rely on the abilities or good qualities of someone or something
competencen: the ability to do something well or efficiently; the knowledge, skill, and ability required to perform a task or job effectively
comfortn: a state of physical ease and freedom from pain or constraint
convictionn: a strong belief or opinion, especially one that is based on principles or evidence; (criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed
discomfortn: a feeling of being uncomfortable physically or mentally or being embarrassed; a slight pain
doubtn: a feeling of being uncertain about something, especially about how good or accurate it is
accusev: to charge or criticize someone with a crime or wrongdoing
flipv: to turn over into a different position quickly; to throw or toss with a light motion
normn: something that is regarded as usual, typical, or standard
facultyn: an inborn or natural ability to hear, see, think, move, etc.; a department or group of the university concerned with a major division of knowledge
evaluatev: to assess or estimate the quality, significance, quantity, or value of something
semestern: one of the periods that the school or university divided into, especially in the US and Australia; a half-year term
grantv: to agree to give or allow somebody
nervousadj: worried and anxious about something; relating to the nerves
physicallyadv: in a way related to a person’s body or appearance rather than their mind
fontn: a complete set of characters in a particular style and size used for printing text or displaying information on a screen
clipn: a small metal or plastic device used for holding an object or objects together or in place; a short part of electronic media, either an audio clip or video clip
relevancen: the state or degree of being closely connected or appropriate to the matter at hand
claimv: to assert that something is true; to demand or request something as one’s own; to lay legal or moral right to something; (noun) a demand or assertion of a right or something that one believes to be true
receptiveadj: willing to listen to or accept new ideas or suggestions
criticismn: the act of analyzing, evaluating, or judging something, especially literary or artistic work, to find fault with it or to offer suggestions for improvement; the expression of disapproval or censure
demonstratev: to display something or give an exhibition to an interested audience
governmentn: the group of people with authority to control a country or state
nonprofitadj: not established for commercial profit
volunteern: a person who performs or offers to perform a job or service without being paid for or forced to do
practicallyadv: almost or nearly
imperfectlyadv: in a faulty or incomplete way
overcomev: to succeed in controlling or dealing with something, such as a problem or difficulty; to defeat or overwhelm someone
confidentadj: feeling sure about your abilities or qualities or having trust in people, plans, or the future
humilityn: the quality or condition of being humble; a low estimate of one’s self
strengthn: the quality or state of being physically, or sometimes mentally, strong
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.;
improvev: to make or become better
silentadj: without any or little sound
criticn: someone who expresses opinions about the quality of books, music, etc.
engagev: to attract and keep someone’s attention and interest; to participate in or obtain services of something
couragen: the ability to face danger, difficulty, uncertainty, or pain without being overcome by fear or despair; the quality of being brave or courageous
pretensionn: the act of claiming or asserting something, especially without good reason or without evidence; an unfounded or excessive claim or ambition
insistv: to say something clearly or demand something forcefully, especially when other people disagree with or oppose what you say
surroundv: to be all around something or somebody
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
concludev: to come to an end or close; to reach a judgment or opinion by reasoning
mythn: an ancient story or set of stories accepted as history, especially explaining the worldview of a people
uncomfortableadj: providing or feeling physical discomfort or slight pain
idiotn: a foolish or stupid person who lacks common sense or judgment; a derogatory term used to describe someone who is mentally deficient

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