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anonymous 1 of an unknown source or unrevealed name
anthology a collection of various writing, such as songs, stories, or poems.
conjecture 1 a conclusion based on guesswork or insufficient evidence
conjecture 2 to form an opinion while lacking sufficient evidence
dispostion 1 a person's usual mood; temperament
disposition 2 a regular tendency or inclination
encompass 1 to enclose or encircle
encompass 2 to include
extricate 1 to free from a difficult or tangled situation
generation one step in the line of a descent of a family
generation 2 all the people born and living about the same time
generation 3 the average span of time between the birth of parents and their children
guile cunning or deceit in dealing with others; trickery
imperative 1 urgent; pressing
imperative 2 having the power or authority to command
instill 1 to introduce gradually in order to establish securely
modify 1 to make less extreme or severe
modify 2 to make changes in
modify 3 in grammar, to limit nor restrict the meaning
piviot 1 a small bar or rod on which something else turns
pivot 2 a person or thing on which others depend
pivotal vitally important; significant
prevalent commonly occurring: widely accepted or practiced
recur to come up again or to happen again
recur 2 to come into mind again
recurrence the act of recurring
spontaneous volentary and unplanned
spontaneous 2 occurring or produced without human labor
spontaneity the quality or conditon of occurring un an unplanned way
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