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impersonal
adj. not personal
materialize
v. come into physical existence
impulsion
n. urge
incentive
n. something that will persuade someone to do something
nationality
n. country of birth
freethinker
n. open-minded person
demeanor
n. manner
landlord
n. owner of a building
aquatic
adj. to do with water
papacy
n. the institution of the Pope
liking
n. fondness
discomfort
n. the state of not being comfortable
nasal
adj. to do with the nose
convulse
v. tense one's muscles uncontrollably
enrage
v. make very angry
convoy
n. procession of vehicles one after the other
lien
n. right over someone else's property
lowly
"adj. humble, unimportant"
variation
n. change
pentagon
n. shape with five sides
chiffon
n. cloth made of woven silk
revelry
n. partying
appall
to shock and disgust
emend
v. correct
dismissal
n. the state of being dismissed
scribble
v. draw meaninglessly
liqueur
n. sweet alcoholic spirit
militarism
n. the adoption of military values by those outside the military
nausea
n. state of wanting to throw up
console
v. comfort
yen
n. longing
genealogist
n. one who studies family trees
contemptible
adj. worthy of hatred
parallel
adj. running in the same direction
Britannia
n. the symbol for Britain
deport
v. kick out of a country
legalize
v. make legal
perception
n. the state of perceiving
continuation
n. the process of continuing
absent-minded
adj. forgetful
estrange
to destroy affection in
nil
"n. nothing, zero"
profile
n. view from the side
effeminacy
n. the state of being woman-like
forum
n. meeting-place for the sharing of ideas
brigade
"n. group of 3,000 soldiers"
critique
n. critical essay or article
fracture
v. break
definite
adj. clearly true and clearly described
aggrieved
adj. feeling wronged
esteem
n. respect
regretful
adj. full of regrets
debut
n. first appearance
ponder
v. think about
metaphor
n. poetic device of calling one thing another thing
versatile
adj. having varied skills
Briticism
n. British word or way of speaking
parry
v. block
steadfast
adj. firm and unchanging
perambulate
n. walk around
compute
v. calculate
frightful
adj. very bad
tangent
n. line only touching a shape at one point
opposite
adj. having totally different characteristics
comprise
v. be made up of
nebula
n. cloud of dust in outer space
collide
v. bang against
subconscious
n. the part of the mind that is not controlled but that controls you
violation
n. the state of violating rules
candid
"honest, outspoken"
essence
n. fundamental quality
entrench
v. establish by digging a trench
paternal
adj. to do with fathers
wither
v. dry out
iota
n. tiny amount
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