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prejudice

an opinion for or especially against something, formed unfairly or unreasonably

prejudicial

causing prejudgment or prejudice

physics

the science that deals with matter, energy, motion, and force

physicist

a scientist who specializes in physics

public

open to all people

publicize

to make open to all people; to make widely known; to make public

toxic

poisonous

toxicity

the degree to which something is poisonous

cosmetic

a product used for beautifying the face, skin, hair, etc.

cosmetician

a person who sells or applies cosmetics

office

a place of business where professional duties are performed

official

a person who holds an office or position

political

having to do with politics

politicize

to make political

politician

a person involved in politics or holding political office

criticize

to find fault with; to make judgments

exaggerate

to make something appear to be greater than it is

facetious

not meant to be taken seriously or literally

foreign

about another country or nation

guarantee

a promise or assurance

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