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TermDefinition
Bacteriology The study of bacteria
Belligerent Hostile/Aggressive
Unceremoniously with a lack of courtesy; abrupt; rough
Metamorphosis a change in form or nature
Anticlimactic a disappointing end to an exciting/interesting series of events
Cylindrical having the form or properties of a cylinder
Incomprehensible Not able to be understood
Malignant Threatening life or well-being
Solitude Being alone; Isolation
Polytheism Worship of more than one deity (God)
Choreography Composing dances with movements, steps and dancers
Omnipotent Almighty or infinite power
Extrapolate To conclude or make an inference about something based on the facts you know.
Infrasound Low-frequency sound; below the normal person's hearing capacity
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