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Abrupt

Adj. If something is abrupt, it is sudden or unexpected.

When the dancer fell down on her back, the ballet came to an abrupt stop.

Agony

n. Agony is severe pain or suffering.

The boy yelled in agony when the puppy bit him.

Assassin

n. An assassin is someone who murders an important person.

An assassin killed Martin Luther King on April 4, 1968.

Beard

n. A beard is hair that grows on a man’s chin and cheeks.

The farmer had a long beard, as white as snow.

Beast

n. A beast is a large and dangerous animal.

Tanzania is home to many famous beasts, such as lions, leopards, and hyenas.

Chapel

n. A chapel is a building where people go to pray and worship God. We were married in a small wedding chapel in Las Vegas.

Commentator

n. A commentator is a person who gives opinions or describes something, often on TV or the radio.

According to many commentators, this winter has been one of the coldest in the last century.

Con

v. To con someone is to trick that person into doing something or giving up money.

It was unfair of the fortune teller to con me out of 500 dollars.

Consensus

n. A consensus is a general agreement among a group of people.

The consensus among the children was that ghosts exist.

Conspiracy

n. A conspiracy is a secret plan that two or more people make together to do something harmful or illegal.

The businessman thought there was a conspiracy among his coworkers to get him fired.

Coup

n. A coup is an uprising in which people try to overthrow the government.

At the end of the 18th century, Napoleon Bonaparte staged a coup to overthrow A group that had control of France.

Cynical

Adj. To be cynical is to be unwilling to believe that people have good intentions.

The man became cynical after being lied to many times.

Dome

n. A dome is a curved roof of a building.

I looked up at the dome to admire its beauty.

exclaim

v. To exclaim something is to say it loudly, suddenly, and excitedly.

The singer interrupted the applause to exclaim his thanks after his performance.

Forum

n. A forum is an open public place in which meetings are held.

The scientist shared her research at a special forum in the city.

Glamour

n. Glamour is a quality relating to riches, wealth, and beauty.

The young woman showed off her glamour during the photo shoot.

harass

v. To harass someone is to bother or attack them repeatedly.

The young girl would often harass her baby brother.

illuminate

v. If you illuminate something, you shine light on or brighten it.

In order to illuminate the stage, the crew turned on the spotlight.

inflame

v. To inflame something is to provoke or intensify it.

The tax increase will inflame the public’s frustration with the government.

Melody

n. A melody is a series of musical notes that form the main part of a song.

I had the melody of the song stuck in my head all day.

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