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groceryn: a shop that sells food and other household items
murdern: the crime of killing somebody intentionally
mobn: a large and disorderly crowd of people; a large horde of animals
lynchv: to put to death or punish (usually by hanging) without legal authorization or due process, often as an act of mob justice or vigilante action; (noun) a violent punishment, often extrajudicial, in which a mob or group of people seize and kill someone, usually by hanging, as a form of punishment or vengeance
subsequentadj: happening or occurring later or after something else
investigationn: the act or process of thoroughly examining a crime, problem, statement, etc., to uncover the truth
consequencen: the outcome of a particular action or event, especially relative to an individual
journalistn: a person who collects and writes news stories or articles for newspapers, magazines, radio, television, or other online media
victimn: a person who has been harmed, injured, or otherwise negatively affected by a particular action, circumstance, or event
exposev: to show something by uncovering it; to make something accessible to some action or influence
shockn: a strong feeling or physical reaction to a sudden and unexpected event or experience, especially something unpleasant
nationn: a large organized community of people living in a particular country or region and having a particular culture
launchv: to send or propel something into the air or space using a device such as a rocket, missile, or spacecraft; to make something available or on sale for the first time
investigatev: to conduct a systematic or formal inquiry to identify and evaluate the facts of a crime, problem, statement, etc. to establish the truth
civicadj: of or relating to a town, city, or the people who live in it
advocaten: a person who supports or suggests an idea, development, or way of doing something
slaveryn: the practice or system of owning, buying, and selling people as property and forcing them to work
emancipationn: the act or process of setting someone free from control or influence
proclamationn: an official announcement or statement
releasev: to set free or allow to escape from confinement
siblingn: a brother or sister; member of a family born to the same parents
writn: a written legal order or command
reputationn: the general opinion that people have about someone or something, especially when this is based on their previous experiences or behaviors
racialadj: of or related to the race (= classification of humans into groups based on physical traits or social relations)
injusticen: a violation of the rights of others or the laws of a society
co-ownv: to own something such as a business or company jointly
editv: to prepare written material for publication by correcting, condensing, or otherwise modifying it
headlightn: a bright forward-facing light on a vehicle, typically used at night to illuminate the road ahead
attemptn: an act or effort of trying to do something, especially something difficult
assertv: to state something firmly and confidently, often in a way that is intended to convince others that it is true
commitv: to do something illegal or wrong
suppressv: to bring something under control by force or authority; to put an end by force
vandaln: a person who deliberately damages or destroys public or private property, often out of a sense of malicious or mischievous intent
analyzev: to think about in-depth and evaluate to discover essential features or meaning
specificadj: clearly defined or particular to a certain thing or situation; distinct, explicit, and precise
motton: a phrase or slogan that expresses a guiding principle or goal
enragev: to make someone extremely angry
involvev: to include or affect someone or something as a necessary part of something else
braveryn: courage in the face of danger
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
criminaln: a person who has committed a crime
deliberateadj: done with full consciousness of nature and effects rather than by accident
brutaladj: harsh or cruel
tacticn: a method or strategy used to achieve a particular goal or objective
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
competev: to strive to achieve more success than someone or something
divertv: to change the course or direction of something, often away from a specific path or target; to entertain or amuse someone, often to distract them from a problem or concern; to appropriate something for a different purpose
competitorn: a person who participates in a sporting contest; a person or organization that competes with others, particularly in business
destroyv: to ruin or damage severely or completely; to eradicate or eliminate completely
strikev: to wallop somebody or something with the hand, fist, or weapon; to have an emotional or cognitive impact upon
threatenv: to utter intentions of injury or punishment against someone
pamphletn: a small booklet that contains information or arguments about a particular subject
horrorn: intense fear or disgust, especially at something shocking or terrifying
phasen: any stage in a series of events, change, or development
settlev: to reach an agreement of disagreement
impassionedadj: having or showing strong feelings, enthusiasm, or dedication or making a strong emotional appeal
newfoundadj: newly discovered or acquired
famen: the condition of being well-known and discussed by a large number of people as a result of one’s accomplishments, abilities, and so on
amplifyv: to enhance something, particularly sound or brightness
rallyv: a public meeting of a group of people intended to arouse enthusiasm
violentadj: involving or caused by physical force or aggression against someone or something
governmentn: the group of people with authority to control a country or state
hesitatev: to pause decision before saying or doing something
confrontv: to face, meet or deal with a problem or difficult situation or person
segregationn: the act or process of separating or isolating people, things, or groups based on race, gender, religion, social class, or other characteristics; a political or social system that enforces such separation or isolation
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
delegaten: a person sent or authorized to represent others, in particular, an elected representative sent to a conference; (verb) to transfer power to someone
protestn: a strong expression of disagreement, disapproval, or opposition
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
disenfranchisev: to prevent someone from having the right to vote or from having an equal opportunity to vote
primarilyadv: mainly
extendedadj: longer than usual or anticipated
inclusiveadj: including much or everything, and especially including stated limits; not excluding any of the people, things, ideas, etc. involved in something
suffragen: the right to vote in political elections; the exercise of voting rights or the process of obtaining them
spiten: feelings of anger and resentment; (in spite of, also despite) a phrase that is used to indicate that something happened or exists even though there is a particular obstacle or difficulty
commitmentn: a promise or firm decision to do something or to behave in a certain way
clashn: a fight or argument between two groups of people; a loud noise caused by striking against something
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
marchv: to walk militarily with stiff, regular steps
ignorev: to intentionally not listen or pay attention to
placatev: to make someone less angry or hostile; to calm or soothe someone upset or agitated
bigotryn: intolerance toward those who hold different opinions from oneself
chafev: to rub or graze against something, causing irritation, soreness, or annoyance; to become irritated or annoyed due to frustration or impatience
radicaladj: relating to the essential aspects of anything; far beyond the norm, mainly used of opinions and actions
insistv: to say something clearly or demand something forcefully, especially when other people disagree with or oppose what you say
atrocityn: brutal act; an extremely wicked or cruel act
counterproductiveadj: having the opposite effect to the one intended or wanted
negotiationn: the process of discussing and reaching an agreement with others
politiciann: a person who is a member of a government or law-making organization, especially as an elected member of parliament, etc.
participatev: to take part in something
sidelinen: a secondary or less significant job, interest, or activity; a line on the side of a sports field that players must stay behind; (verb) to remove someone from their position or role, often temporarily or as a result of a setback or failure
unwillingadj: not ready or wanting to do something
compromisev: to settle a problem or disagreement by mutual concession
aspectn: one part or feature of a situation, problem, subject, etc.
visionn: the ability to think about or see the future with imagination and intelligence; the faculty of being able to see
ultimateadj: furthest or highest in degree or order
wagen: a particular amount of money that somebody earns, usually every week or every month, for work or services
tirelessadj: characterized by a persistent and energetic effort; not easily fatigued or discouraged
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