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advocate [ˈædvəkeit] v. To advocate a plan or idea is to support or suggest it in public.
The group advocated increased spending on education and schools.
Al be it
all be it means although, it is made of three parts although, be it.
She was happy, albeit briefly.
authorize [ˈɔːθəraiz] v. To authorize something means to give permission for it.
The mayor authorized the construction of a new statue in the park.
civilian [siˈviljən] n. A civilian is someone who is not in the military.
It was Todd’s job to keep civilians from entering the army facility.
commodity [kəˈmɒdəti] n. A commodity is something that can be bought or sold.
Fran’s uncle made most of his money trading commodities.
v. When we communicate with others, we talk or write to them.
He was unable to communicate his feeling clearly.
conquest [ˈkɒŋkwest] n. A conquest is an event by which one country takes over another country.
After the conquest, the people of the small city had no freedom.
disclose [disˈklouz] v. To disclose something means to tell it to someone else.
John came home late, so he had to disclose his activities to his wife.
dynamics [daiˈnæmiks] n. The dynamics of a situation are the way that parts of it affect each other.
A good psychologist needs to know a lot about the dynamics of brain disorders.
enroll [enˈroul] v. To enroll in something is to put one’s name on a list as a member of a group.
The students had to enroll in the class one semester in advance.
envious [ˈenviəs] adj. When someone is envious, they want something that another person has.
They were envious of their neighbor’s front yard.
festive [ˈfestiv] adj. When something is festive, it is happy and related to a party or celebration.
Dean’s favorite part of Christmas is the festive clothing that people wear.
v. When we indicate something, we show or point out our thoughts or plans.
They indicated that things would be likely to improve soon.
lentil [ˈlentil] n. Lentils are very small beans that people cook and eat.
Danni made her special soup with lentils when her husband was sick.
marshal [ˈmɑːrʃəl] v. To marshal a group means to assemble them in order.
The students were marshaled outside and put into groups.
morale [mouˈræl] n. Morale is the amount of hope that people have during a difficult situation.
To improve our family’s morale, mom suggested going on a picnic.
n. Your mood is the way you are feeling.
My boss is in a really bad mood today.
prophecy [ˈprɒfəsi] n. A prophecy is a prediction about what will happen in the future.
Some people believe that prophecies are actually true.
senate [ˈsenət] n. A senate is a part of the government in some countries.
Everybody liked Caroline and chose her to speak for them in the senate.
unrest [ʌnˈrest] n. Unrest is a state of anger about something among the people in a place.
High taxes caused much of the unrest that led to the Revolutionary War.
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