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Predecessors
a person who held a job or office before the current holder.
"the new President's foreign policy is very similar to that of his predecessor"
myriad
a countless or extremely great number of people or things.
emanating
to issue from; to originate from
bald
1.
having a scalp wholly or partly lacking hair.
"he was starting to go bald"
synonyms: hairless, bald-headed, smooth; More
2.
not having any extra detail or explanation; plain or blunt.
"the bald statement in the preceding paragraph requires amplification"
demise
death
pesticide
a substance used for destroying insects or other organisms harmful to cultivated plants or to animals.
legislation
تشريع
leisure
Free time not taken up with work.
plenty
plethora
incident
An event or accident or just something that happened
succumbing
to stop trying to resist something
CATACLYSMIC
n. A sudden and violent change; a catastrophe.
ecletic
choosing from various sources
bizarre
extremely strange, unusual, atypical
ponder
To consider carefully, reflect on
breadth
width; extent
manifestation
The act of displaying or showing,,,exhibit
perspicuous
(of something) plainly expressed; easy to understand; Ex. perspicuous comments
PRECISION
Exact in measuring, recording, etc.
PARADE
a ceremonial procession including people marching
DISCIPLINED
showing a controlled form of behavior or way of working.
hijacked
Take control ; forcibly taken over
controversial
debatable
abandon
To give up completely; to desert; careless disregard for consequences; leave behind, relinquish; leave in troubled state; careless, often reckless disregard for consequences
abide by
Accept or follow a decision or rule
abode
home
abolitionist
person who wanted to end slavery
abundance
plethora
abundant
Plentiful
actualize
to make actual or real
adage
a familiar saying; a proverb
adequately
sufficiently
advent of
introduction of
aficionado
An enthusiastic follower; a supporter or fan
albeit
although
allergic
the reaction of the nasal mucosa to a specific allergen.
allude to
refer to
amalgam
to combine; to mix together
ambiguity
An event or situation that may be interpreted in more than one way.
ameliorate
To improve
amputation
partial or complete removal of a limb
anathema
a curse
anesthetic
Drug that prevents pain during surgery
antipathy
Extreme dislike
antiseptic
clean, sterile
apoplectic
extremely angry; furious
appellation
name
appetite
-orexia
arable
fit for growing crops
archbishop
a bishop of the highest rank
archeology
the study of material evidence of past human life
archetype
A very typical example of a certain person or thing
arguably
It may be argued (used to qualify the statement of an opinion or belief)
arid
Extremely dry
ascertain
Find out with certainty
certainty
something not in doubt
assiduous
Persistent, attentive, diligent
assuage
TO MAKE LESS SEVERE
asteroid
objects revolving around the sun that are too small and too numerous to be considered planets
astounding
amazing
astrology
theory of the influence of planets and stars on human events
attribute to
Give credit to
Baby Boom
30 million war babies were born between 1942 and 1950.
bait
harass; tease; torment; Ex. badger baiting; N: food or other lure used to catch fish or trap animals
behemoth
huge creature; anything very large and powerful
benevolent
(adj.) kindly, charitable
bevy of
a myriad of
binding
stringent
biped
two-footed animal
bite the bullet
Mean to endure a painful, unpleasant situation courageously. To face up to adversity.
boom
boon
a gift or blessing
brainiac
(noun) someone who has exceptional intellectual ability and originality
brazen
(adj.) shameless, impudent; made of brass
breach
(n.) an opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infraction; (v.) to create an opening, break through
brood
sit on in order to hatch; think deeply or worry anxiously; N: the young of certain animals; group of young birds hatched at one time
budding
The growing of a new plant on the side of an old plant

واحد ليه مستقبل كبير
burn the candle at
doing too much
bust
a sculpture of the head and shoulders of a person
camouflage
Disguise
canonized
recognized as a saint
capitalize on
take advantage of
carcinogenic
causing cancer
carnivore
A consumer that eats only animals.
casualty
A person killed or injured in a war or accident
cataclysmic
disastrous
cease
desist
celestial
heavenly
chagrin
humiliation; embarrassed disappointment
championed
supported encouraged
chaotic
in utter disorder
cherish
to hold in great affection
chicanery
Trickery
chores
everyday jobs or responsibilities around a home
climax
Most exciting moment of the story; turning point
climb the corporate
to advance quickly in a company
coalesce
(v) come together, unite; fuse together
cogent
Convincing
colonial
Attempt by one country to establish settlements and to impose its political, economic, and cultural principles in another territory.
comestible
something fit to be eaten
comet
A ball of frozen dust and rock that orbits the sun and has a tail that glows
commence
to begin
con
A struggle between opposing forces
confound
confuse
conglomerate
corporation made up of several different companies in diversified fields; mass of various material gathered together; rock consisting of small stones held together by clay; V.
connote
Suggest or imply in addition to the precise, literal meaning
contagious
infectious
contemplation
Thoughtful observation
contentment
satisfaction
contrivances
acts of clever planning
conundrum
A difficult problem
conviction
A fixed or strong belief
copious
Abundant; plentiful
cosmetology
The art and science of beautifying and improvimng the skin, nails, and hair is
cost an arm and a leg
"very expensive"
countenance
Facial expression
crepuscular
active at dawn and dusk
critics
NOUN a person who expresses an unfavorable opinion of something


detractors
cross fertilize
the eggs of one plant are fertilized by the sperm of a different plant
crucible
a severe test
cyclonic
Any circular wind motion. A region of low atmospheric pressure. Also, a tropical storm. Note: Cyclones can be a few feet across ("dust devils") or can be major storm systems such as hurricanes, tornadoes, and typhoons.
cynic
(adj) thinking the worst of others' motivations; bitterly pessimistic
decay
decadence
deem
judge; consider
delegate
A person appointed or elected to represent others
demolished
destroyed
denote
indicate
destined
ordained, appointed, or predetermined to be or do something.
destitute
Extremely poor
devastating
destructive
diffidence
shyness; lack of confidence
diligent
(adj.) hardworking, industrious, not lazy
discombobulated
discomposed; confused
disconcerted
Confused
disingenuous
Insincere, not genuine
disintegration
dissolution


a separation into parts or fragments, disunity, decay
diurnal
active during the day
divine
(adj.) godly, exceedingly wonderful (Terribly fond of desserts, she found the rich chocolate cake to be divine.)
drenched
soaked
drought
A long period of dry weather
dwelling
a place where people live
dwell
to remain for a time; to reside; to focus attention on; to speak or write about at length
ebullient
Enthusiastic
edible
able to be eaten
elicit
(v.) to draw forth, bring out from some source (such as another person)
emblematic
symbolic
panademic
A disease effecting a large population over a wide geographic area.
endemic
INHERENT; BELONGING TO AN AREA
enervating
tiring, weakening
enigmatic
(adj.) puzzling, perplexing, inexplicable, not easily understood
environs
surroundings
envisage
to form a mental picture
epiphany
A moment of sudden revelation or insight
epistle
a letter or literary composition in letter form
epitome
A typical example
equanimity
(n.) calmness, composure, refusal to panic
equatorial
something near the equator
eradicate
To wipe out; to destroy
ergonomics
The study of workplace equipment design or how to arrange and design devices, machines, or workspace so that people and things interact safely and most efficiently.
ersatz
fake
eruption
bursting out
eschew
avoid
exacerbate
To make worse
expediency
something that has immediate advantages
expunge
(v.) to erase, obliterate, destroy
extraordinary
singular
famine
a severe shortage of food (as through crop failure) resulting in violent hunger and starvation and death
fastidious
Excessively particular, difficult to please; painstaking, meticulous, requiring excessive attention to detail
fatigue
Extreme tiredness, exhaustion
fatuous
stupid; foolishly self-satisfied
feel like a fish out of water
feel uncomfortable in an unfamiliar situation
feral
Wild
fever
Febrile


Pyrexia


Elevated body temperature
figment
invention; something invented; imaginary thing; Ex. figment of your imagination
foes
enemies; opponents
Fordism
the manufacturing economy and system derived from assembly-line mass production and the mass consumption of standardized goods. Named after Henry Ford.
forgery
something counterfeit; an illegally produced imitation
frigid
extremely cold
frontier
A zone separating two states in which neither state exercises political control.
frugal
Economical
fussy
fastidious; finicky; easily upset
Galapagos
Chain of islands near South America where Darwin developed his theory of natural selection by studying the unique life there.
gang
Collection of nerve cell bodies found outside the CNS.
genesis
beginning; origin
n. birth; beginning; origin
genre
A category or type of literature (or of art, music, etc.) characterized by a particular form, style, or content.
germ
germinate
cause to sprout; sprout
get wind of the fact
to receive information
give it one's best
to try one's best,
gourmand
(n.) someone fond of eating and drinking (My parents, who used to eat little more than crackers and salad, have become real gourmands in their old age.)
grasp
understand
gratis
free
ground-breaking
› If something is ground-breaking, it is very new and a big change from other things of its typ
habitat
An area that provides an organism with its basic needs for survival.
hail
(v.) - to come from
verb: enthusiastically acclaim or celebrate somethin
precipitation of ice pellets when there are strong rising air currents
harangue
noisy, attacking speech
harbinger
A person or thing that is a symbol of what is to come
harbor
to give shelter or refuge
have both feet on
to be pragmatic and see things as they really are
herbivore
A consumer that eats only plants.
herd
a group of animals of a single kind
heretofore
until now
hue
A particular shade of a given color
hurricane
A severe storm that develops over tropical oceans and whose strong winds of more than 120 km/h spiral in toward the intensely low-pressure storm center
imitators
internally influenced (inter-personal)
Furthermore, we are not to be lazy, but do what.
impecunious
poor; having no money
impugn
to call into question; to attack verbally
inconsiderate
lacking concern for the needs of others; thoughtless; selfish
indefatigable
Tireless
brutal
Cruel; harsh; heartless
discouraged
despondent
ridiculously
affinities
Natural liking or sympathy for someone or something.
disguise
Camouflage
conceal
hide
hind
لما تبص على حاجة بعد ماعدت
hind sight
a full knowledge of events that already occured
luckily
fortunately
blistering
harsh, severe
progressively
increasingly, steadily
devoid of
empty of
delegated
Those powers, expressed, implied, or inherent, granted to the National Government by the constitution
delicate
fragile
fragile
easily broken
ecological
gradual change in living communities that follows a disturbance
cattle
Bovine
pace
with deference to; with the permission of.
semiarid
rather dry
vast
Enormous, Immense
Very great in area
tremendous
enormous
inborn
inherent
subsequent
Coming after or later
inevitable
Unavoidable
vent
frustration
A negative emotional state that occurs when one is prevented from reaching a goal.
interpret
Explain the meaning of
instinct
a complex behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a species and is unlearned
imparted
(v) to make known; to give; to bestow; communicate
disciplined
self-controlled in body and mind
absenteeism
(n) staying away from work, especially often and without good reasons
racial
Different races/colours living together happily
resent
to feel hostility because of a perceived insult or injury
apprentices
a combination of classroom instruction and on-the-job training
indomitable
Unconquerable, refusing to yield
infamous
having a bad reputation
inferior
Below
infringement
violation
inhabitants
residents of a place
innate
Inborn
inordinate
excessive
inscrutable
Difficult to understand
insinuate
TO SUGGEST; SAY INDIRECTLY; IMPLY
insurmountable
impossible to overcome
not capable of being surmounted or overcome
integral part
being an very important part of something.
intellectual property
A product of the intellect, such as an expressed idea or concept, that has commercial value.
intelligible
Able to be understood, clear
interbreed
to be paired for reproducing, or mate, with a closely related individual
intercept
to stop something from reaching its intended destination
invasion
incursion
غزو
invasive
Inserting or entering into a body part

اجتياح
inveterate
Habitual
CONFIRMED; LONG-STANDING; DEEPLY ROOTED
عنيد
it goes without saying
it is used to say that something is clearly true, it is obvious or clear
jack-of-all-trades
a person who can do many different types of work but who is not necessarily very competent at any of them
jargon
nonsensical talk; specialized language

مصطلحات
jaundice
Prejudice; bias; a yellowish discoloration of the skin
judicious
sensible; showing good judgement
Jurassic
first birds
jurisdiction
(n.) an area of authority or control; the right to administer justice
jury
A group of people sworn to abide by the laws to determine the truth

هيئة المحلفين
keep one's eye on the prize
be ready for something
laissez-faire
Idea that government should play as small a role as possible in economic affairs.

سيبه يشتغل
lethargic
acting in an indifferent or slow, sluggish manner

كسول
litter
waste material thrown away (as bits of paper scattered untidily); V: cover untidily with scattered litter
loathe
hate
ludicrous
(adj.) ridiculous, laughable, absurd
lunar
Earth blocks sunlight from reaching the moon

قمري
malefaction
a crime; bad or evil act or behavior
manifold
diverse, varied
martyr
A person who is killed because of their religious or other beliefs
marvelous
wonderful
matrilineal
of or based on kinship with the mother or the female line
memoranda
A short note written as a reminder. (مذكرات)

memorandum (مذكرة)
mend
(adj.) given to lying or deception; untrue
Mesozoic
Middle life
meteor
High
mince words
to be uncertain
words said indirectly to avoid offending people
misgivings
(n.) doubts, uncertainties, reservations
mollify
to calm or make less severe
monumental
massive
mortar
An indirect fire weapon that fires explosive projectiles known as (mortar) bombs
mosquito
multitude
A large number
murky
(adj.) dark and gloomy, obscure; lacking in clarity and precision
nadir
The lowest point
namely
specifically
nausea
the urge to vomit
غثيان
Neanderthal
Closest extinct human relative. Fossils found in Neander Valley Germany. Lived in Europe, Asia, Middle East. Cold-weather adapted. Social structure, tools, buried dead, hunted.
nefarious
Wicked
(adj.) wicked, depraved, devoid of moral standards
negligent
remiss
careless
nerd
A person who is picky about budgeting and details
nocturnal
(adj.) of or occurring in the night; under cover of darkness
nomadic
Wandering
wandering from place to place
none more so than
there's no better example than

مش اكتر من كده
nonplused
to cause to be at a loss as to what to say, think or do

متحير
notorious
Famous for something bad
nourishment
trophy
literally food; metaphorically, something that sustains someone's spirit or energy
obedient
amenable
obligation
A legal or moral responsibility or duty
offspring
Product of reproduction, a new organism produced by one or more parents
omen
augury

a sign of something about to happen

فأل
opulent
Wealthy

(adj.) wealthy, luxurious; ample; grandiose
orca
a type of Whale
ous
Full of
overfish
catching fish at a faster rate than they can reproduce
overwhelmed
owing to the fact that
due to the fact that
pacify
To calm down
painstaking
extremely careful; taking pains
parliament
A body of representatives that makes laws for a nation
pathfinder
someone who finds a way through an unknown region
pathogen
An organism that causes disease
patrilineal
based on or tracing descent through the male line
patrol
A general term used to describe the unit of a police department that answers calls, delivers service, and prevents crime
pay homage to
to openly honor someone or something
penguin
penurious
penny-pinching; excessively thrifty; ungenerous
perch
perilous
dangerous
perish
to die
perplexed
confused
persnickety
fastidious; fussy
perspiration
sweat
peruse
To read carefully
pervade
to spread throughout
pests
And organism that is interfering with human goal

الآفات
phlegmatic
calm and unemotional in temperament
photosynthesis
Conversion of light energy from the sun into chemical energy.
piglets
Baby pigs
piracy
The illegal copying and distribution of software.
pity
compassion

شفقة
placate
To appease, soothe, pacify
placid
Calm, peaceful
pod
foot, feet
point of no return
...
posthumously
After death
poultry
flesh of chickens or turkeys or ducks or geese raised for food
pragmatic
practical, as opposed to idealistic
precarious
Dangerous; risky; lacking in security or stability
precipitate
V. TO CAUSE TO HAPPEN; THROW DOWN FROM A HEIGHT, ADJ. RASH; HASTY SUDDEN
predominantly
mainly
primates
An animal order including lemurs and tarsiers and monkeys and apes and human beings
prodigious
Enormous
(adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
proficiency
skill
proficient
skilled
profuse
(adj.) very abundant; given or flowing freely
prosper
wealth, success
pull the plug
to stop something; to bring something to an end
pull through
to recover
with flying colors
With great or total success
punctilious
(adj.) very careful and exact, attentive to fine points of etiquette or propriety
purport
to profess, suppose, claim
push the envelope
To approach or extend the limits of what is possible
put one's nose to
to focus what is important
the grindstone
Place where ppl sharpen weapons to go kill more "enemies of the Revolution
quadruped
a four-footed creature
quandary
A state of perplexity or doubt
quintessence
the purest essence or form of something; the most typical example
quite the contrary
the exact opposite
rake in
Work for money, gather with rake
rampant
growing without check, running wild
going unchecked, widespread
rancor
(n.) bitter resentment or ill-will

حقود
ratify
To approve
ravenous
extremely hungry
recession
A slowdown in a nation's economy
recourse
(n.) a person or thing turned to for help or advice; the act of seeking help or protection


help for a problem; solution
reincarnation
The rebirth of a soul in a new body
remedy
A judicial order enforcing a right or redressing a wrong.
remit
(v.) to send or hand in (as money); to cancel (as a penalty or punishment), forgive, pardon; to lessen, diminish; to put off, postpone, defer
render
(v.) to cause to become; to performed; to deliver officially; to process, extract

تقديم
renounce
(v.) to give up or resign something
repeal
To cancel
rescind
TO CANCEL
resilient
(adj.) able to return to an original shape or form; able to recover quickly
resolute
(adj.) bold, determined; firm
respiration
Inhalation and exhalation of air.
resplendent
shining; glowing
resurrect
The act of rising from the dead
retreat
to run away from a battle
reveal
disclose
divulge
To make known
revelation
Epiphany
God's self-disclosure to us
revile
(v.) to attack with words, call bad names
rhetoric
Effective writing or speaking
roll the dice
take the chance on something
rugged
(adj.) rough, irregular; severe, stern; strong; stormy
ruin
to spoil or destroy something completely
run a tight ship
control something firmly and effectively
ruthless
cruel

having no compassion or pity
salient
(adj.) significant, conspicuous (One of the salient differences between Alison and Nancy is that Alison is a foot taller.)
sasquatch
savage
Feral
seals
secession
Withdrawal from the Union
seize
confiscate
seminal
original, important, creating a field
shatter
to break into many pieces
shimmer
(v) to shine with a faint, wavering light; glimmer
to shine with a faint, wavering light; glimme
shun
to keep away from
snub
verb: refuse to acknowledge; reject outright and bluntl
sow
plant or scatter seed
female pig
specious
deceptively attractive; seemingly plausible but fallacious
stagnant
(adj.) not running or flowing; foul from standing still; inactive, sluggish, dull
stipulated
حاجة مترتبة على حاجة
stolid
unemotional; lacking sensitivity
strain
to draw tight
sublime
(adj.) lofty, grand, exalted (The homeless man sadly pondered his former wealth and once sublime existence.)

رفيع
subsist on
to live on
substantially
largely; considerably; significantly
sue
قاضي
suffice it to say
it is enough to say
superfluous
Unnecessary
susceptible
(adj.) open to; easily influenced; lacking in resistance
sustenance
Something that provides nourishment; food needed to live.
symptom
An indication of a problem
synonymous
meaning the same as
tackle
to confront or take on a challenge
take one's place in
to stand at the center of attention
take the bull by the horns
to face a problem directly
tame
trained to obey people;
obey
comply

heed

to do what you are told
thaw
melt
to melt or cause to melt; to warm up gradually
the captain of one's own ship
one own boss
the early bird gets the worm
hard work leads to success
worm
the hair of the dog
- refers to alcohol that is consumed with the aim of lessening the effects of a hangove
the icing on the cake
Something additional that turns good into great
tion
act or state
tortoise
tractor
a powerful vehicle that pulls farm machines and hauls heavy loads
trailblazer
innovator

pioneer
transfiguration
A change in form or appearance
trendy
of or relating to the latest trend or style
trespasser
interloper
turbulent
disorderly, riotous, violent; stormy
tyrannical
dictatorial
unadulterated
absolutely pure
unappeased
adj., not pleased or pacified

unsatsified
uncivilized
savage; primitive; without training in arts, science, government
underdog
A loser or predicted loser in a struggle or contest
unerring
(adj.) making no mistakes, faultless, completely accurate
unfailingly
always
unrepentant
Not penitent or remorseful
unsung
not praised or famous but deserving to be
unwillingly
Reluctant
utter
to speak
vaccine
A preparation of weakened or killed pathogens
vanquish
to defeat
vegan
A complete vegetarian who does not eat any animal products.
venture
(n.) a risky or daring undertaking; (v.) to expose to danger; to dare
vernacular
Everyday language of ordinary people
versatile
able to do many things well; capable of many uses
virulent
(adj.) extremely poisonous; full of malice; spiteful
voracious
(adj.) having a huge appetite, greedy, ravenous; excessively eager
vulnerable
(adj.) open to attack; capable of being wounded or damaged; unprotected
walk on air
feel very pleased or happy
wayward
(adj.) disobedient, willful; unpredictable, capricious
whereby
by which
wholesale
extensive, indiscriminate
wicked
nefarious
widget
To improve foam, some canned stouts include a
wild
feral
wipe out
eradicate
wise
sage
wounded
yellow fever
virus
zenith
Highest point
devised
created
ensuing
following
subsequent
unprecedented
never done or known before
affluence
abundance; wealth
agnostic
one who believes that the existence of a god can be neither proven nor disproven
allegedly
supposedly; believed to be so but not yet proved
amend
(v.) to change in a formal way; to change for the better
ancestral
inherited or inheritable by established rules (usually legal rules) of descent

موروث
anesthesia
loss of sensation
animism
Belief that objects, such as plants and stones, or natural events, like thunderstorms and earthquakes, have a discrete spirit and conscious life.
annex
(v.) To add to, attach: to incorporate;(n.) An attachment or addition
apprehend
1. (v.) to seize, arrest (The criminal was apprehended at the scene.) 2. (v.) to perceive, understand, grasp (The student has trouble apprehending concepts in math and science.)
arrogantly
haughty

imperiously
artillery
assimilate
(v.) to absorb fully or make one's own; to adopt as one's own; to adapt fully
atheist
A person who denies the existence of God
bitterly
strongly and with a lot of bad feelings
cartel
a formal organization of producers that agree to coordinate prices and production
clique
a small, exclusive group of people
coalition
(n.) a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose
cohesion
Attraction between molecules of the same substance
coerce
To force
condemn
to express strong disapproval of
confide
To tell something in secret
كشف السر
connotation
All the meanings, associations, or emotions that a word suggests
conquest
Capture or taking of something by force
consciously
with awareness of one's actions
contemplate
To consider carefully and thoughtfully
contemptuous
lacking respect; scornful
convict
A fixed or strong belief
A fixed or strong belief; to be determined guilty of a crime (verb)
cumbersome
(adj.) clumsy, hard to handle; slow-moving
cynically
doubtfully; skeptically

بسخرية
scrub
to clean something by rubbing it hard with a brush
deify
to make a god of; to look upon or worship as a god
decrepit
(adj.) old and feeble; worn-out, ruined
delinquency
wrong-doing
depict
To give a picture of; to describe
deplete
(v.) to use up as a result of spending or consumption; to diminish greatly
despise
to regard with contempt or scorn
despondent
Depressed
detain
keep waiting; prevent from leaving or going; N. detention
corse
Dead body
coarse
rough
marsupial
A mammal, such as a koala, kangaroo, or opossum, whose young complete their embryonic development inside a maternal pouch called the marsupium.
coarse marsupial
...
breed
produce young; rear; bring up; produce (an undesirable condition); N: kind or sort of animal or plant
deviant
A PERSON WHOSE BEHAVIOR DIFFERS FROM THE ACCEPTED STANDARDS OF SOCIETY
devotion
Complete dedication to a cause or person

مدي كلك للموضوع ( مسخر نفسك لحاجة
distill
EXTRACT THE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS
distinctly
clearly
divination
(n.) the art or act of predicting the future or discovering hidden knowledge
domesticate
to tame; to bring plants or animals under human control
ecclesiastical
having to do with the church
erudite
LEARNED; SCHOLARLY
esthetically
artistically, in terms of physical appearance
exotic
foreign
exploit
To take advantage of
استغلال
forensics
scientific study of crime scene evidence
fortify
to strengthen
fossilize
make or become fossil
fossil
A trace of an ancient organism that has been preserved in rock.
fringe
decorative edge of hanging threads; edge

هدب
grotesque
(adj.) unnatural, distorted; bizarre
gut
produced in the throat; harsh; rasping; throaty

الأمعاء بس بتتقال على احساسك الداخلي
haggle
(v.) to argue in a petty way, especially about a price
haunt
to visit often or continually
hedonistic
pleasure seeking

متعة
humilation
Degradation
hypocritically
in a way that accuses other people of weaknesses that the speaker also possesses
hypothesize
to reach a conclusion based on an assumption or something not proven
illiterate
unable to read or write
impair
To make imperfect, damage, harm
implecate
To involve in
impoverish
make poor; deprive of natural strength or something important; Ex. impoverished soil
inaugurate
to begin officially
inhibit
(v.) to prevent, restrain, stop (When I told you I needed the car last night, I certainly never meant to inhibit you from going out.)
inscription
a short dedication written in a book or engraved on something, such as a coin or monument
integrity
Honesty
interdict
to forbid or stop the activities or entry of
intervence
[v] to come between things, points, events in order to make changes
intrepid
Fearless
intrusively
in a way that brings an unwanted person or thing into someone else's affairs

اختراق
intuitively
knowing something instinctively
invoke
to call on for support
juxtapose
To place side by side

تحط حاجتين علشان تقارن مابينهم
kin
Energy of motion
liability
(n.) a debt; something disadvantageous
Any money that a person owes others
meditate
(v.) to think about deeply and quietly,reflect upon;to plan, intend
milieu
environment
mobilize
Prepare military forces for war
notion
idea
obese
very fat
obnoxious
highly offensive, arousing strong dislike
opress
Persecute

To keep down by force

to weigh down with worry
orwellian
frightening and overcontrolled by a government that interferes in nearly every aspect of personal life
parochial
Narrow-minded
passion
ardor

zeal

شغف
paternal
fatherly
permeate
to penetrate
persevere
persist
phonetic
related to the sounds in a language
pious
Devoutly religious
potent
Stored Energy
precipitation
Any form of water that falls from clouds and reaches Earth's surface.
predicament
difficult situation
prevailing
Global winds that blow constantly from the same direction
prevalent
widespread
privileged
available only to a special few; entitled to something special
prognosis
A forecast of the probable course and outcome of a disease or situation
proprietor
An owner of a store or other business
recede
To move back or away from
reciprocity
the obligation to return in kind what another has done for us
reconciliation
agreement after a quarrel
relic
a custom or object that has been around for a very, very long time
rigor
thoroughness
rite
(n.) a ceremony; the customary form of a ceremony; any formal custom or practice
ritually
as part of a traditional ceremony or habit
roster
a list of names
secular
Concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters
seep
pass gradually or leak through or as if through small openings
self-prepetuating
مستديمة
sentiment
A feeling about something
skit
nervous; easily frightened

Shy, fickle, uncertain, or prone to act suddenly due to nervousness; lively in a restless or excessive way
smuggle
to carry in or bring out in a secret way
sole
serious; grave
solidarity
Complete unity
subtly
not obviously; in a manner hard to notice or perceive

بمهارة
surveiliance
close observation of a person or group considered suspicious; monitoring, vigilance (S)
unleash
to release a thing or an emotion
vanity
feelings of excessive pride
vein
A blood vessel that carries blood back to the heart.
verdict
Decision
vestige
a trace; remnant
villainy
wickedness
(noun) wicked or criminal behavior

نذالة
vitriolic
(adj.) bitter, sarcastic; highly caustic or biting (like a strong acid)
zeal
enthusiasm

passion; excitement
mule
deer
prairie
a treeless grassy plain
marshy
soft and moist underfoot
flood plains
a plain built up by stream deposition
understory
A layer of shorter plants that grow in the shade of a forest canopy.
fair weather
What type of weather is typically associated with high pressure systems?
Type of weather high pressure brings
urge
drive or force forward (by causing impulses); drive to take action; impel; entreat earnestly; Ex. urge horses; N: impulse that prompts action
extermination
extirpation
rebound
recovery
depicted
described, showed
chips
deduction
reasoning down from principles
Rhetorical
A question that is asked for the sake of argument
premise
an assumption; the basis for a conclusion
bush
synthesize
Combine to form a more complex product
temporal
Relating to time
strata
layers of rock
Horizontal layers of sediment
sediment
a residue that settles in the bottom of something
virtually
almost
nearly
resembled
to look like something or someone
immaturity
the state of not being fully developed or grown
infants
Persons who are from 1 month to 1 year of age
maturation
Unfolding of genetically controlled changes as a child develops.
biological growth processes that enable orderly changes in behavior, relatively uninfluenced by experience
toddlers
Persons who are 1 to 3 years of age.
propellant
A chemical mixture that is burned to produce thrust.
consensus
General agreement
precipitation
Any form of water that falls from clouds and reaches Earth's surface.
civic
Having to do with the business of a town or community
majestically
imperially
literacy
the ability to read and write
course
Line of motion or direction.
norms
Societal rules that define the boundaries of acceptable behavior.
symbiotic
a close relationship of mutual dependence
assemblages
Communities
succession
The replacement of one type of community by another at a single location over a period of time
akin
(adj.) related by blood; having similar qualities or character
notion
idea
vocal cords
Folds of connective tissue that stretch across the opening of the larynx and produce a person's voice.
rivaling
competing
possess
to have; to take possession; having the power
spontaneous
Arising naturally; not planned or engineered in advance
imitating
mimicking
feather
perception
The act of becoming aware through the senses
unfold
Not fold
to spread out; to reveal over time
accordance
agreement
prospect
That which is expected
blasting
use of explosives to remove or demolish buildings or structures etc
vicinity
Surrounding area
subarctic
ward off
avert, turn away, or repel
tales
vital
Essential
enterprises
Another word for businesses
conjectural
based on guesswork
scarcely
hardly
embodied
Incarnate
Incarnate
having bodily form
EVOLUTION
Change over time
EXCAVATION
the act of digging
hypothesis
A testable prediction, often implied by a theory
فرضية
continent
rapprochement
noun: the reestablishing of cordial relation
reconciliation
desalinization
the removal of salt from ocean water
impetus
a moving force, impulse, stimulus
squarely
directly
directly, without deviating to one side
recist
Response Evaluation Criteria In Solid Tumours
fundraisers
Some examples are dinners, bundlers, special events.
bundlers
A fundraiser who gathers contributions from several individuals or corporations, and presents the large total amount to the campaign
accused
Defendant
interim
the time between
alleged
reported, supposed
intimidate
To frighten, especially by threatening someone
semblance
outward appearance
referendum
a legislative act is referred for final approval to a popular vote by the electorate
precious
valuable
rally
to organize or inspire
probe
(v.) to examine, investigate thoroughly; (n.) an investigation; a device used to explore or examine
Interim
(n.) the time between; (adj.) temporary, coming between two points in time
rancher
a person who owns or works on a ranch
Insight
Perspicacity



a sudden and often novel realization of the solution to a problem; it contrasts with strategy-based solutions
mattress
rhythms
Repetitive, cyclical patterns of behavior
precurser
Something that comes before
Forerunner
علامه
catalyze
to charge, inspire
Threaded
مترابطة
panic
stumble
trip and almost fall; proceed unsteadily; act falteringly; N.
sentencing
A hearing to determine consequences for a crime

الحكم أو إعلان العقوبة
rapists
االمغتصبين
dispute
argument

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