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|loneliness||n: a state or feeling of being unhappy because you have no connection with other people|
|depressed||adj: sad and without any hope|
|Alzheimer||n: a neurodegenerative disease that causes memory loss, cognitive decline, and behavioral issues; is the most common cause of dementia in older adults|
|disease||n: a disorder or illness that affects the body or mind, often characterized by specific symptoms or abnormal functioning of organs or systems|
|physically||adv: in a way related to a person’s body or appearance rather than their mind|
|smartphone||n: a mobile phone that functions as a computer and connects to the Internet|
|opposition||n: the act of disagreeing or resisting; the state of strong disagreement|
|anxious||adj: worried and nervous|
|therapy||n: the act of caring for someone through medication, remedial training, etc.|
|antidepressant||n: any of a class of drugs used to reduce feelings of sadness and worry|
|consequence||n: the outcome of a particular action or event, especially relative to an individual|
|rid||v: to make someone or something free of unwanted or unpleasant tasks, objects, or person|
|anxiety||n: a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease about something that is happening or might happen in the future|
|depression||n: a mental condition in which a person feels very unhappy and without hope for the future; a severe recession in an economy or market|
|ritual||n: any customary observance or practice; any prescribed procedure for conducting religious ceremonies|
|alienated||adj: feeling isolated, estranged, or disconnected from others, often due to a sense of difference or lack of belonging|
|label||n: a small piece of paper, fabric, or other material attached to an object and giving information about it; (verb) to assign to a category|
|steer||v: to control the direction or movement of a vehicle; to direct a course of action; to guide or motivate someone|
|weird||adj: extraordinary, unexpected, or difficult to explain|
|immerse||v: to become fully involved in a particular activity; to dip or submerge in a liquid, especially so that they or it are entirely covered|
|suffer||v: to experience pain, distress, or hardship; to undergo or endure something painful or unpleasant|
|desire||n: a strong feeling of wanting to have or do something|
|ancient||adj: relating to the long ago, particularly the historical period preceding the fall of the Western Roman Empire; very old|
|monk||n: a member of a religious community of men living under vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience|
|perceive||v: to become aware or conscious of something through the senses|
|attribute||v: to say or regard that something is the result of a particular thing; (noun) a quality or feature that someone or something possesses;|
|quotation||n: a group of words taken from a text or speech and repeated by someone other than the original author or speaker|
|experiment||n: the scientific test conducted to observe what happens and gain new knowledge|
|maze||n: a complex network of winding passages or pathways designed as a puzzle or challenge for people to navigate through|
|tip||n: the top or extreme point of something slender or tapering, usually a mountain or hill; a piece of advice about something practical; a small amount of money given for services|
|strategy||n: a detailed plan of action designed to achieve a long-term or overall goal.|
|opportune||adj: suitable or happening at a time that is suitable or convenient for a particular purpose|
|grocery||n: a shop that sells food and other household items|
|realistic||adj: having or showing a sensible and practical idea that is possible to achieve|
|scenario||n: a description of possible actions or events in the future; a written outline of a play, film, or literary work|
|routine||n: a usual or habitual way of doing things; a set sequence of steps, part of a larger computer program|
|conversation||n: an informal talk between two or more people to exchange their views, ideas, information, etc.|
|introduction||n: 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|
|normally||adv: usually; under normal conditions|
|basis||n: the most important facts, ideas, or events from which something is developed; the way how things are organized or arranged|
|cashier||n: an employee responsible for handling transactions, such as payments or returns, in a store or other business|
|initial||adj: of or happening at the beginning; (noun) the first letter of a word, especially a person’s name|
|disclose||v: to make something, such as secret or new information, known publicly|
|reciprocate||v: to give, feel, or show in response to something that has been given, felt, or shown; to respond to a kind or friendly gesture by doing something similar in return; to exchange or interchange in a reciprocal manner|
|interaction||n: the act of connecting with someone, mainly when working, playing, or spending time with them|
|recommend||v: to suggest that someone or something would be a suitable fit for a particular purpose or role|
|topic||n: a subject that is being discussed or written about|
|resolve||v: to find a suitable answer to the problems or difficulty|
|encourage||v: 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|
|staircase||n: a set of stairs inside a building, usually with posts and bars that are fixed at the side|