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malala part two

TermDefinition
sobbing cry noisily, making loud, convulsive gasp
disapprove have or express an unfavorable opinion about something
imam the person who leads prayers in a mosque.
sermon a talk on a religious or moral subject, especially one given during a church service and based on a passage from the Bible.
dictate lay down authoritatively; prescribe.
charisma compelling attractiveness or charm that can inspire devotion in others
campaign work in an organized and active way toward a particular goal, typically a political or social one
haram forbidden or proscribed by Islamic law.
sanctuary a place of refuge or safety. harbor
militancy the use of confrontational or violent methods in support of a political or social cause.
extremism the holding of extreme political or religious views; fanaticism.
quaking shake or tremble.
dispute a disagreement, argument, or debate.
petty of little importance; trivial.
exile the state of being barred from one's native country, typically for political or punitive reasons.
curfew a regulation requiring people to remain indoors between specified hours, typically at night.
fitful active or occurring spasmodically or intermittently; not regular or steady.
swarming of insects move in or form a swarm.
ineffective not producing any significant or desired effect.
imposed force (something unwelcome or unfamiliar) to be accepted or put in place.
dine eat dinner.
mourber a person who attends a funeral as a relative or friend of the dead person.
static lacking in movement, action, or change, especially in a way viewed as undesirable or uninteresting.
hevan a place of safety or refuge.
Broadcast a radio or television program or transmission.
Vaccination treatment with a vaccine to produce immunity against a disease; inoculation.
Menacingly in a way that suggests the presence of danger; threateningly.
ploy a cunning plan or action designed to turn a situation to one's own advantage.
Turban a man's headdress, consisting of a long length of cotton or silk wound around a cap or the head, worn especially by Muslims and Sikhs.
Militant combative and aggressive in support of a political or social cause, and typically favoring extreme, violent, or confrontational methods.
hostage a person seized or held as security for the fulfillment of a condition.
Studious spending a lot of time studying or reading.
gallop (of a horse) go at the pace of a gallop
Devotee a strong believer in a particular religion or god.
Polio short for poliomyelitis. an infectious viral disease that affects the central nervous system and can cause temporary or permanent paralysis.
edict an official order or proclamation issued by a person in authority.
Infidels a person who does not believe in religion or who adheres to a religion other than one's own.
Siege a military operation in which enemy forces surround a town or building, cutting off essential supplies, with the aim of compelling the surrender of those inside.
Cowered crouch down in fear.
ejected force or throw (something) out, typically in a violent or sudden way.
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