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|witch||n: a person, typically a woman, who is believed to have magic powers and practices witchcraft|
|hunt||v: to go after and try to catch wild animals to kill them for food, sport, or profit|
|humming||adj: producing a continuous, low, vibrating sound like that of the bee|
|tireless||adj: characterized by a persistent and energetic effort; not easily fatigued or discouraged|
|pursue||v: to do something or attempt to attain something over time; to follow or seek someone or something, especially in trying to catch them|
|threat||n: 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|
|communist||adj: relating to or supporting the political ideology of communism (= a form of socialism that abolishes private ownership)|
|government||n: the group of people with authority to control a country or state|
|union||n: a group of employees who have banded together to advocate for their rights and better their working conditions; the act or the state of joining together or being joined together|
|sentimental||adj: connected with or resulting from someone’s emotions, rather than reason or realism|
|statistics||n: the discipline that concerns the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data|
|senator||n: a member of a legislative body, especially a member of the U.S. Senate|
|claim||v: 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|
|influence||n: the ability to affect someone’s or something’s character, growth, or behavior, or the effect itself|
|policy||n: 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|
|Senate||n: a legislative body, especially the upper house of a parliament|
|committee||n: a group of people appointed or elected to perform a specific function or manage a particular task, often within a larger organization|
|investigate||v: to conduct a systematic or formal inquiry to identify and evaluate the facts of a crime, problem, statement, etc. to establish the truth|
|prominent||adj: important, well-known, or noticeable|
|judge||n: a person who makes decisions in a court of law; (verb) to determine the result of or form a critical opinion of something|
|accuse||v: to charge or criticize someone with a crime or wrongdoing|
|membership||n: the state of belonging to a group, a club, an organization, etc.|
|defend||v: to protect someone or something from attack, criticism, danger, etc.|
|schedule||n: a list of planned activities, tasks, or things that must be completed showing when they are intended to happen or be done|
|legislator||n: a member of a group of people who has the power to make or enact laws|
|prey||n: the object of a hunt; an animal hunted or trapped for eating|
|argument||n: a set of statements or reasons used to support or refute a proposition or theory; a verbal or physical fight or dispute|
|ignorance||n: lack of knowledge or information about a particular subject or fact|
|assume||v: 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|
|accusation||n: a statement or claim alleging that someone has committed a crime, offense, or wrongdoing; a charge or indictment made against someone|
|legitimate||adj: accordant with or allowed by law; lawful|
|ignore||v: to intentionally not listen or pay attention to|
|possibility||n: a chance that something may happen or be true|
|handy||adj: valuable and convenient; easy or ready to reach or use|
|thumb||n: the short, thick digit of the hand next to the index finger; (verb) to travel by getting free rides from motorists|
|burden||n: a duty, responsibility, etc. that is oppressive or worrisome; a load, typically a heavy one that is difficult to carry|
|proof||n: a fact or piece of information that shows something is true or exists|
|alien||n: a person who comes from a different country, race, or group; a form of life assumed to exist outside the Earth or its atmosphere|
|contradict||v: to deny the truth of a statement by stating the opposite; to be in conflict with|
|consensus||n: general agreement or accord in the judgment or opinion reached by a group as a whole|
|temperature||n: the degree of hotness or coldness of a thing or place|
|fulfill||v: to meet the requirements or expectations; to achieve or realize|
|disagree||v: to have or express a different opinion, idea, etc.|
|responsible||adj: answerable or accountable for something within one’s power, control, or management|
|supposedly||adv: according to what is generally assumed or believed without actually knowing for sure|
|recognize||v: to acknowledge or realize something or someone; to identify, remember, or become aware of something that was previously known or encountered|
|dismiss||v: to regard something or someone as not important and not worth considering; to terminate someone’s employment|
|discipline||n: the practice of training people to obey rules or a code of behavior, using and punishments if these are broken; a region of activity, knowledge, or influence|
|elect||v: to choose someone for a specific position by voting for them; to decide or choose to do something|
|widespread||adj: existing or happening in various places or among many people|
|incarcerate||v: to put or keep somebody in prison or in a place from which they cannot escape|