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1. (n.) a place of refuge, protection, a sanctuary 2. (n.) an institution in which the insane are kept
1. (v.)to combine parts 2. (n.) a combination of different parts 3. (n.) a walled area containing a group of buildings
1. (n.) a brilliant, unexpected act 2. (n.) the overthrow of a government and assumption of authority
1. (adj.) based on observation or experience 2. (adj.) capable of being proved or disproved by experiment
(n.) the audience's demand for a repeat performance; also the artist's performance in response to that demand
1. (adj.) easy, requiring little effort 2. (adj.) superficial, achieved with minimal thought or care, insincere
(n.) a system with ranked groups, usually according to social, economic, or professional class
(n.) an injection of one substance into another; the permeation of one substance by another
(v.) to introduce a microorganism, serum, or vaccine into an organism in order to increase immunity to illness; to vaccinate
1. (n.) something for which one is legally responsible, usually involving a disadvantage or risk 2. (n.) a handicap, burden
1. (v.) restore, return to original state 2. (v.) to enlarge and make prettier, especially a house
(adj.) false but designed to seem plausible stagnate (v.) to become or remain inactive, not develop, not flow
(adj.) of supernatural character or origin unctuous (adj.) smooth or greasy in texture, appearance, manner
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