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shoneShine in the past tense/past participleadded
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remorseAn overwhelming feeling of guilt, regret, disappointment, frustration in oneself for something you have done; often something that can't be changed.added
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legosIn Esperanto, future of legi.added
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ElectroolfactographyElectro-olfactography or electroolfactography (EOG) is a type of electrography (electrophysiologic test) that aids the study of olfaction (the sense of smell). It measures and records the changing electrical potentials of the olfactory epithelium, in a way similar to how other forms of electrography (such as ECG, EEG, and EMG) measure and record other bioelectric activity.added
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ZoomiformThe clothes you wear to suit a zoom meeting: Smart on top, casual waist down. A blend of the words 'zoom' and 'uniform'.added
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reflection1 ) the return of light or sound waves from a surface. 2) an image you see when looking into a mirror. 3) a behaviour or act the reveals someone's true nature is said to be a reflection of who they are. 4) careful thought and consideration, to think or ponder in a meaningful way, meditation. 5) an opinion formed or a remark made after careful consideration.added
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analyse, analyzeTo examine in detail, to weigh up, to consider, to think through, to look at carefully.added
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we'veWe've is a contraction of the words 'we' and 'have'.added
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candidate1) a person who applies for a job or is nominated for election. 2) a person or thing regarded as suitable for or likely to receive a particular fate, treatment, or position.added
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versageVersage is a high class premium energy drink, for those who wanna feel like they're in high society.. Not to be mistaken with Versace the famous fashion brandadded
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utopia1) A book named 'Utopia' written by Sir Thomas More. 2) A utopia (/juːˈtoʊpiə/ yoo-TOH-pee-ə) is an imaginary community or society that possesses highly desirable or nearly perfect qualities for its citizens. The term was coined by Sir Thomas More for his 1516 book Utopia, describing a fictional island society in the south Atlantic Ocean off the coast of South America. The opposite of a utopia is a dystopia, which dominates the fictional literature from the 1950s onwards, chiefly because of the impact of George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949). However, the term can also denote actual experiments in what participants regard as a vastly superior manner of living, generally in what are termed intentional communities. In common parlance it is synonymous with "impossible", "far-fetched", and "deluded". Literary utopias focus on, amongst other things, equality, in such categories as economics, government and justice, with the method and structure of proposed implementation varying based on ideology.[2] Lyman Tower Sargent argues that the nature of a utopia is inherently contradictory because societies are not homogeneous and have desires which conflict and therefore cannot simultaneously be satisfied. According to Sargent:added
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lowdeAlternative spelling to middle English word 'loude' meaning noise, sound, tumult, disturbance, dissension.added
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tunchieTunchie is a single meaningless word used for comment spam on forums and message boards. It's also a song by Lil Zambo released in 2020added
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squard"Maelstrom Spider" Squard is a Japenese Manga character. He is an infamous New World pirate and the captain of the Maelstrom Spider Pirates. Squard and his crew allied with Whitebeard.added
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okO.K., OK, okay, okey, okay means fine, alright, satisfactory.added
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comprehendablecomprehendable is a word used mistakenly more and more in place of comprehensible, which means capable of being comprehended or understood; intelligibleadded
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flabberFlabber was a weblog in the Netherlands with tens of thousands of visitors a day.added
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Religious segregationReligious segregation is the idea that people should be separated based on their religion. Certain laws of a country may only apply to one religious group. As an example, Sharia only applies to Muslims. The term religious apartheid has also been used.added
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EkphrasisIn ancient. Greece, the term ekphrasis was applied to the skill of describing a thing with vivid detail.added
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Ekphrastic poetryEkphrastic poetry has come to be defined as poems written about works of art; however, in ancient. Greece, the term ekphrasis was applied to the skill of describing a thing with vivid detail.added
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bribesvilleThe English translation of Tangentopoli - Italian. Meaning political corruption.added
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tailonTo call somebody by their deadname. 2. To out somebody's deadname to the public.added
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comentA commonly misspelled version of the word Comment.added
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comentIn the Latin language Coment is a third-person plural future active indicative of cōmō.added
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magesticMultiplexed Accurate Genome Editing with Short, Trackable, Integrated Cellular barcodes (MAGESTIC) is a platform that builds on the CRISPR/Cas technique. It further improves CRISPR/Cas by making the gene-editing process more precise. It also increases cell survival during the editing process up to sevenfold.added
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