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Anne Frank

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conspicuous
easily seen or noticed
loathe
to feel disgust or intense hate; to dislike someone or something
vile
highly offensive, unpleasant, or objectionable; repulsive or disgusting
indignantly
feeling characterized by anger by something mean, unjust, or unworthy
wallow
to indulge in or take great pleasure and delight
zeal
great enthusiasm; a devotion to a cause, an ideal, or a goal
oppression
the act of keeping someone down through harsh and unjust use of power; the feeling of being heavily weighed down; either physically or mentally
jubilation
rejoicing; a celebration or expression of joy
ostentatiously
with great show or exaggeration
appalled
horrified; shocked
disgruntled
displeased and irritated
inarticulate
speechless; unable to speak effectively or understandably
foreboding
a feeling of something, especially bad or harmful, is about to happen
pandemonium
wild confusion and noise; an uproar
remorse
a bitter regret or guilt after done wrong