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vulnerable
weak or easy to hurt physically or mentally,
mandatory
required or commanded by a law or authority,
depend
to trust and need someone,
to be directly affected or decided by someone or something,
lucrative
producing a lot of money or a profit
account
to give a clear explanation of something,
to form a particular proportion of something,
nervous
feeling worried and anxious,
substantial
large in size or value,
important or real,
relating to substance
respect
a feeling of admiration or esteem,
polite greetings, a detail or point,
to show respect to someone
candid
speaking truthfully and honestly,
even about something difficult
dormant
not active now but having the ability to be active later
ambiguous
not clearly stated or defined,
having more than one possible meaning
obscure
not clearly understood or expressed,
not well known,
to make something unclear or difficult to understand
precarious
not certain or safe
scrutinize
to examine carefully for accuracy
futile
producing no useful result
thrive
to become successful, strong, or healthy
hereditary
passed from a parent to a child in their genes,
passed from a parent to their child as a right
discrimination
the ability to recognize the difference between things,
treatment of a person differently in an unfair way
negligible
very small and not worth considering
meticulous
extremely careful and concerned with every detail
hinder
to make it difficult for someone to do something or something to develop
affect
to have an effect on or produce a change in someone or something,
to pretend to have a particular feeling
effect
the result caused by someone or something,
to make something happen
obsolete
No longer in use or fashionable because something better has been invented
indigenous
originating where it is found,
natural and inborn
dispose
to make someone think or behave in a particular way,
to get rid of something or deal with something such as a problem
term
a word or expression used for some particular thing,
a limited period of time
tangible
able to be touched or clearly seen to exist,
important and noticeable
Versatile
Having many different skills or uses
Exhaust
To use up something completely,
to make someone feel extremely tired
Gregarious
Enjoying being with other people,
tending to form a group with others of the same kind
Alleviate
To make something less severe or painful
Anonymous
Having no known name or identity
Chronic
Lasting for a long time
Comply
To obey a command or rule
Inadvertently
Without knowledge or intention
Capricious
Showing sudden changes in attitude or behaviour without any good reason
Eradicate
To kill or destroy completely
Reiterate
To say something repeatedly in order to emphasize it
Innate
Possessed at birth
Apathetic
Feeling or showing no interest or enthusiasm
Indifferent
Not interested in something or someone,
lacking importance
Homogeneous
Consisting of things or people that are all of the same or similar kind
Diversity
The fact of including many poeple or things that are different from each other
Beneficial
Having a helpful effect
Emit
To send out gas, smell, sound, etc.
Biased
Having a tendency to like or dislike a particular person or thing in an unfair way
Impartial
Not prejudiced towards or against any particular side or party
Susceptible
Likely to be affected with a disease, infection,
Capable of something,
Easily impressed emotionally
alternative
The choice between two possibilities
Alter
To make something change, to change
Altruistic
Thinking or caring for others more than yourself
Ban
To say officially that people must not do, sell, or use something
Fallacious
Based on false information or ideas,
Tending to mislead
Scrupulous
Very careful about paying attention to detail,
Very careful to be honest
Precipitate
To make something happen suddenly,
done too quickly without enough thought
Intrepid
Very brave and not afraid to do dangerous things
Enigma
Something mysterious and difficult to understand
Disseminate
To spread ideas or knowledge to a lot of people
Lenient
Not strict or severe in punishment
Intimidate
To make someone feel frightened so that they will do what you want
Notorious
Famous for something bad: well known for being bad
Affable
Friendly and easy to talk to
Curtail
To terminate before its intended or proper end,
To reduce or limit something
Detrimental
Causing damage or harm
Innocuous
Having no harmful effect,
Not intended to upset anyone
Havoc
Widespread destruction,
Disorder or chaos
Abuse
To say rude or offensive things to someone,
To use something wrongly or improperly,
To treat someone badly or inhumanely
Temporary
Lasting only for a short time,
Intended to be used only for a short time
Transient
Continuing for only a short time
Ephemeral
Lasting for only a short time
Ubiquitous
Seeming to be everywhere at the same time
Inactive
Not doing anything; not working
Inquisitive
Interested in learning about a lot of different things,
Asking too many questions about things, especially secret things
Incompatible
Impossible to work or exist together because they are very different
Disparity
A difference between things
Suppress
To end something by force,
To stop yourself from expressing a feeling or an emotion,
To keep something from being revealed, published, or circulated
surpass
To do or be better than someone or something,
To be beyond the limit
Oblivious
Not aware of something that is happening around you
Unprecedented
Never having happened before
gullible
easily deceived
Apprehend
To understand something,
to arrest someone,
to expect with anxiety, suspicion, or fear
Pertinent
Directly relating to the subject that is being considered
Tenacious
Very determined and not willing to give up easily,
good at remembering
placate
To make someone feel less angry
Gratify
To please or satisfy someone
Complacent
So satisfied with your situation that you do not try improve it
Trivial
Not important,
ordinary and not interesting
Abundant
Existing in large quantities
Redundant
More than is needed and unnecessary
Impromptu
Done or said without any preparation
Improvise
Perform without any preparation
Conventional
Traditional and ordinary
Deviate
To be different or to do something differently from what is usual or expected
Abandon
To stop doing something,
to leave a place, thing, or someone
Relinquish
To give up a position, possession, or right especially unwillingly
Abolish
To end a law, system, or custom officially
Exterminate
To kill all the people or animals
Eliminate
To remove something or someone,
to defeat someone from a contest or election
Defiant
Refusing to obey a person or law