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a substance used to make dough rise; to lighten the mood; element that lightens are enlightens
a dizzy sensation, a feeling that one's environment is whirling around; a confused, disoriented state of mind
deliberate deceptiveness in behavior or speech; double-dealing; the state of being doubled or two-fold
evicted or ousted; without property or status, as wandering or displaced persons; rootless or disenfranchised; disaffiliated, alienated
predominance, especially the influence of one's state over the other; the dominant beliefs or attitudes of the majority prevailing over the minority
the spirit of the age/time; the general intellectual, moral, and cultural climate of an era
sponsorship or auspices; the shield or breast plate of Zeus; protection or support; "under the aegis of..."
a workbook or dictionary especially of Latin, Greek, or Hebrew; the vocabulary of a particular language, field, social class, person, etc.; the total inventory of words or morphemes in a given language
to turn (a person) from affection to indifference, dislike, or hatred; to keep apart or to keep away
the act of assigning; an assignment; an appointment for a meeting or a rendezvous, often between lovers
capable of laughing or inclined to laugh; pertaining to or used in laughter; apt to incite/excite laugher, ludicrous
branch of theology concerned with ultimate or last things, such as death, judgment, heaven & hell, apocalypse
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