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antecedent (noun) 1. an event, circumstance, etc, that happens before another. 2. grammar a word or phrase to which a pronoun refers.
anterior (adjective) 1. situated before or at the front of. 2. going before in time or sequence; preceding; earlier:
cloister (noun) 1. a place where monks or nuns live; a monastery or convent 2. a covered path or hall with arches that is on the side of a building (such as a monastery or church) and that has one open side usually facing a courtyard
recluse (noun) 1. a person who lives in seclusion or apart from society, often for religious meditation. (adjective) 2. shut off or apart from the world; living in seclusion, often for religious reasons; solitary
incite (verb) 1. to cause (someone) to act in an angry, harmful, or violent way; to provoke (an angry, harmful, or violent action or feeling).
precarious (adjective) 1. not safe, strong, or steady 2. dependent on uncertain premises, chance, unknown conditions, or uncertain developments
negate (verb) 1. to deny the existence, evidence, or truth of. 2. to nullify or cause to be ineffective. 3. to be negative; bring or cause negative results.
renegade (noun) 1. a person who leaves one group, religion, etc., and joins another that opposes it 2. someone or something that causes trouble and cannot be controlled
uniformity (noun) 1. a state or condition in which everything is the same; homogeneous 2. lack of diversity or variation, especially to the point of boredom or monotony; sameness
universal 1. done or experienced by everyone; existing or available for everyone 2. existing or true at all times or in all places
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