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addict
N.1. A person with a very strong desire for something that is habit-forming and sometimes harmful.
2. A person who is a very enthusiastic fan.
V. To cause someone to have a very strong desire for something.
Addiction.N. The condition of being addicted.
ADJ. likely to cause addiction
aspire
V. to have a strong desire to get or do something;to seek.
N. A strong desire to achieve something;an ambition.
bias
N. A preference that prevents one from being impartial;prejudice.
V. To cause someone to have prejudice;to influence.
blatant
ADJ. Very obvious in an offensive or shameless way.
candid
ADJ. Expressed honestly and without holding back unpleasant truths.
confront
V.1. To stand up to;to face boldly
2. To put or bring face to face.
N. A hostile meeting between people who hold opposite.
debut
N. A first public appearance.
V. To make a first public appearance.
enroll
V. to sign up to become a member of some group or activity;to register.
N. The number of people enrolled.
fluster
V. To make nervous, embarrassed, or confused
impunity
N. Freedom from being harmed or punished.
intensify
V. To increase;to strengthen or deepen.
intimidate
V. To frighten;Especially by threatening someone.
N. The act of intimidating.
obnoxious
ADJ. Very unpleasant, disgusting.
retort
V. To answer, especially in a quick or clever way.
N. A quick and clever reply.
stint
N. 1. A period of time devoted ton a job or some task.
2. A limit or restriction.
V. To limit or restrict.