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independencen: freedom from another’s or others’ control or influence
bloodyadj: covered in or smeared with blood; involving or characterized by bloodshed or brutality
migrationn: the movement of animals to a new location, frequently as the seasons change
estimatev: to guess or calculate the cost, size, value, etc. of something
colonizev: to establish a colony in or on a specific place; to settle or occupy in large numbers
continentn: one of the earth’s large landmasses; (adjective) abstaining from your feelings, especially your desire to have sex
patchworkn: a fabric made by stitching together small pieces of different colored and patterned fabrics; a mixture or grouping of diverse elements or components
kingdomn: the country ruled by a king or queen
Jewishadj: of or relating to people whose traditional religion is Judaism
traditionn: a belief, custom, or way of doing something that has been passed down from generation to generation within a group or society
casten: a social class or group, typically determined by birth or occupation, that has a particular status in a society
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
colonn: the punctuation mark ( : ) used to introduce a list, summary, explanation, etc., or before reporting what someone has said; a significant part of the large intestine, the final section of the digestive system
settlementn: an official agreement that brings an argument to a close; the process of establishing permanent residence in a place.
emergev: to move out of or away from something and become visible
colonialadj: of or relating to a colony (= a territory that is controlled by a more powerful country); to the period of time during which a country or region was a colony
provincen: the territory occupied by one of the constituent administrative districts of a nation
indirectlyadv: not going straight to the point; implying or suggesting something
indirectadj: happening in addition to the main or intended aim, cause or result, often in a way that is not obvious; not following the shortest or straight way
sovereignn: a king or queen
concessionn: something that is granted or given up, often in a negotiation or argument; a place or stand where goods or services are sold or provided, often in a public setting such as a stadium or amusement park
categorizev: to put people or things into groups according to their features, types, etc.
religionn: a deep conviction in a supernatural power that controls human destiny
identityn: the fact of being who or what somebody or something is; the features, emotions, or ideas that distinguish persons from one another
grossadj: being the total amount of something before any deductions; obese and ugly or unpleasant
simplifyv: to make something more straightforward, more understandable, or easier to do
communaladj: belonging to or used by a group rather than individuals; for common use
distinctadj: noticeable from something else of a similar type
electv: to choose someone for a specific position by voting for them; to decide or choose to do something
candidadj: honest, straightforward, and frank in someone’s words or actions
identificationn: the act or process of recognizing, proving, or designating someone or something
exaggeratev: to describe or represent something as better or worse than it is
sowv: to plant seeds in the ground to grow crops or plants; to establish or set in motion
distrustn: a lack of trust or confidence in someone or something
coexistv: to live or exist together at the same time in the same place
movementn: a group of people working together to achieve a shared goal, especially a political, social, or artistic one; the process of moving or being moved, physically or figuratively
aftermathn: the consequences or results of a significant event, particularly a disaster or conflict; a period of time following a significant event
enormousadj: extremely large or great
strainn: a force or pressure that stretches or pulls something, sometimes causing damage; (biology) a group of organisms within a species that differ in trivial ways from similar groups
caven: a large hole in the side of a hill, cliff, mountain, or under the ground
differv: to be not like someone or something in some way
representv: to speak, act, or be present on behalf of another person or group; to form or constitute
riftn: a break or fissure in a relationship, organization, or physical structure; a large crack in the ground, rock, or other surfaces
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
nationn: a large organized community of people living in a particular country or region and having a particular culture
divisionn: the act or outcome of splitting into separate parts; a critical organizational unit or sector
homelandn: a place regarded as one’s native country or where one belongs
riotn: a violent disturbance of the peace by a crowd, characterized by destruction of property, looting, arson, and attacks on individuals
expeditev: to accelerate or speed up a process or task to make it happen more quickly or efficiently; to facilitate the progress of something
retreatn: the act of moving back or withdrawing from a position or situation; a period of rest or relaxation away from work or everyday life
viceroyn: a governor appointed to rule a country or province in the name of a monarch
announcev: to make something known or officially inform people about something
partitionn: a physical divider or barrier that divides a space or area into two or more separate parts; a separation or division of something into different parts or sections
explanationn: the information or arguments that someone provides to make something understandable or clear
outdatedadj: no longer useful or valid because of being old-fashioned
inaccurateadj: not completely correct or exact; not conforming to the truth or a standard
censusn: an official count or survey of a population, typically recording various details such as age, sex, occupation, and education levels
minimaladj: tiny in amount; the least possible
mereadj: used to emphasize how insignificant or minor someone or something is
boundaryn: a real or imaginary line that marks the limit or extent of something and separates it from other things or places
committeen: a group of people appointed or elected to perform a specific function or manage a particular task, often within a larger organization
dividev: to separate or cause to separate into parts or groups
locatev: to specify or determine the exact position of someone or something
percentagen: the number, amount, or rate of something, which is usually the amount per hundred
princelyadj: relating to, resembling, or appropriate for a prince; characterized by luxury, nobleness, or generosity
sovereigntyn: supremacy or authority, especially supreme authority over a country
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
violentadj: involving or caused by physical force or aggression against someone or something
perceivev: to become aware or conscious of something through the senses
revn: a measure of the rate at which an engine or motor rotates, often expressed in revolutions per minute (RPM); (verb) to increase the number of rotations per minute
geographyn: a field of science devoted to the study of the lands, features, inhabitants, and phenomena of the Earth
separatev: to force, take, or pull apart; mark as different
fleev: to leave by running away, especially out of fear or danger
residentn: a person who lives in a particular place or has their home in a place
refugeen: a displaced person who has crossed national borders and who cannot or is unwilling to return home due to political, religious, or economic reasons or because of a war
vacuumn: a space empty of matter; a device or tool used for cleaning or removing debris by creating suction
radicalizev: to cause or become more radical in one’s beliefs or actions; to adopt or promote more extreme or uncompromising ideas or practices
militian: a military force comprised of trained soldiers who are usually a citizen or have other jobs
massacren: the brutal and indiscriminate killing of a large number of people; a violent and bloody event that typically results in the death of many individuals
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
bruntn: the force or impact of something, often used to describe the full force of an attack or criticism
sufferv: to experience pain, distress, or hardship; to undergo or endure something painful or unpleasant
rapn: a type of music characterized by a strong, repetitive beat and lyrics that often focus on social and political issues; a reproach for some lapse or misdeed
mutilationn: the act of severely damaging or injuring a person’s body or body part, particularly through cutting or disfiguring; the condition of being so damaged or disfigured
kidnappingn: the act of taking somebody away illegally and holding them captive
captorn: a person who takes someone captive or hostage, often by force or coercion
immediateadj: happening or done without delay or occurring shortly after something else
temporaryadj: not lasting or be used for a very long
permanentadj: lasting for a long time without essential change
displacev: to force someone or something to leave their home or place of origin, especially as a result of conflict, natural disaster, or manipulation
disputen: a disagreement, argument, or controversy between two people, groups, or countries, especially a formal one
decidev: to make up someone’s mind about something; to come to a conclusion or judgment after considering options
decisionn: the act or process of making up someone’s mind about something; a choice or judgment reached after considering options
referendumn: a general vote in which all the people of a country can vote on an important political or social issue

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