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a person who supports or argues for the interests of another person, group, or cause
unkindness shown toward Jewish people because of their religion or ethnicity
to publicly state that it is bad or wrong.
when someone feels angry and resentful because something unpleasant or unfair happened to him or her.
a task that requires great strength, courage, or effort.
to make something less severe, harsh, or painful—to ease it.
to exclude or keep someone out of a group
to force a person out of a position or a place—basically, to kick him or her out.
opinion formed before having the evidence; not based on reason or actual experience.
to be able to withstand a difficulty or danger.
an extremely wicked or cruel act, typically one involving physical violence or injury.
relating to the running of a home or to family relations.
depressing, dreadful, or worrying to consider
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a series of actions or type of behavior regularly followed by someone.