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ministry
n. the operation of a priest
embroil
v. envelop in confusion
reconciliation
agreement after a quarrel
commodity
n. substance that is traded or sold
fulcrum
n. pivot point
militia
n. temporary army of volunteers
juvenile
adj. behaving like a young adult
militant
adj. having political anger
extensor
n. muscle that extends a body part
metropolitan
adj. to do with a city area
figurative
adj. representing the visual world
clothier
n. one who makes clothes
coalition
n. political group formed by different parties
excellent
adj. very good
census
n. nationwide survey
motto
"n. watchword, word or words to live by"
benefit
n. positive thing
degeneracy
"n. being decayed, either physically or morally"
scruple
n. moral standard
wreak
v. inflict
beneficiary
n. one who receives a benefit
promiscuous
adj. having a large number of sexual partners
advocacy
n. pleading for something in court
inseparable
adj. incapable of being separated
taxation
n. a government receiving money from its subjects
conquer
v. defeat
valorous
adj. brave
emphasis
"n. stress, special importance or attention given to something"
dulcet
adj. sweet and mild
acquaint
v. help to get to know
bullock
n. young male bull
advert
n. commercial
ferocious
"adj. fierce, violent"
witticism
n. witty statement
rebellious
adj. liking rebellion
actuality
n. state of being real
irreligious
adj. not respecting religion
carrion
n. flesh of dead animals
souvenir
n. keepsake
brine
salt water
malaria
n. disease transmitted by mosquito and affecting red blood cells
treacherous
adj. untrustworthy
relapse
v. fall into a previously rejected behaviour
pundit
one who gives expert opinions
nestling
adj. sitting as if in a nest
foppish
adj. liking showy clothing
foreclose
v. seize against a mortgage
sentence
n. punishment at the orders of a judge
gratification
n. satisfaction
exploit
v. use for your own benefit
intangible
adj. incapable of being touched
batten
v. grow fat
technology
n. the use of tools
constrain
v. confine by chains or restraints
playwright
n. one who writes plays
exhaustion
n. the state of being extremely tired
referee
n. one who enforces the rules
gradation
n. stage or grade in a process
pitiless
adj. without pity
dogma
n. set of codified beliefs
Antichrist
adversary of Christ
malcontent
n. one who is unhappy with the world
exasperation
"irritation, frustration"
intuitive
"instinctive, untaught"
restrained
"controlled, restricted"
abbreviate
"shorten, abridge"
premature
adj. too early
flux
n. state of being ever-changing
accelerate
v. make go faster
prehensile
adj. capable of grasping
purl
n. stitch used in knitting
mountaineer
n. one who climbs mountains
linguist
n. one who studies language
parallelism
n. the state of being parallel
pervert
n. person of twisted morality
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