v. To praise strongly or applaud loudly
n. Strong praise or loud applause, approval
n. One who is not tolerant of those people who are different in some way; a prejudiced person
n. The intolerant attitude or behavior of such a person
v. To have a strong and envious desire for; especially for something belonging to another
adj. Greatly prized; highly desired
n. One who has died recently
adj. Causing fear or apprehension
n. A section of a city occupied by a minority group of people; usually because of poverty or social pressure
adj. Very important
v. To weigh down with worry.
v. To keep down by severe and unjust use of force.
n. The act or state of being oppressed.
adj. Very harsh or burdensome.
v. To defeat utterly and completely.
v. To deeply affect the mind or emotions of.
v. To upset; to turn over.
adj. Great in strength or effect.
v. To become aware of through the senses, especially the sense of sight.
v. To take in information through the mind.
n. The act of perceiving or the thing perceived.
n. The first performance of a play, film, etc.
adj. Expected or likely to happen or become.
v. To refuse in a scornful way.
adj. Faithful; true; strong.
n. A dominant idea, as in art, literature, or music; a topic or subject of.
n. A short essay on a single subject.
n. A series of musical notes on which variations are made; a melody that is associated with a film or a television show.