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PB&J Controversy

Vocabulary -

to play second fiddle to be in a less important position than someone or something else
scenario an imagined sequence of possible events, or an imagined set of circumstances
debunk to show that something is wrong or false
ostracism to banish or exclude somebody from society or from a particular group, either formally or informally
hostility a feeling or attitude of hatred, enmity, antagonism, or anger toward somebody
anaphylaxis a sudden severe and potentially fatal allergic reaction in somebody sensitive to a substance, marked by a drop in blood pressure, difficulty in breathing, itching and swelling
compromise a settlement of a dispute in which two or more sides agree to accept less than they originally wanted
advocacy active verbal support for a cause or position
finale an event that is the last or climactic event in a series
controversy argument; disagreement; debate; hullabaloo
Created by: AVIDKMS