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Literature Unit 1 Vo

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Bias sentence: There was evidence of BIAS against foreign applicants. prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another, usually in a way that is unfair
Confirm sentence: The reporter CONFIRMED that the crash was caused by reckless driving. establish the truth or correctness of something previously believed, suspected, or feared to be the case
Contradict sentence: He did not CONTRADICT what he said last week. deny the truth of a statement by asserting the opposite
Doubtful sentence: I was DOUBTFUL of my judgement. feeling uncertain about something
Evidence sentence: Without EVIDENCE, they can't bring a charge. the available body of facts or information indicating whether a belief or proposition is true or valid
Factual sentence: a mixture of comment and FACTUAL information. concerned with what is actually the case rather than interpretations of or reactions to it
Fantasy sentence: His research had moved into the realm of FANTASY. the faculty or activity of imagining things that are impossible or improbable
Illogical sentence: That is an ILLOGICAL fear of the supernatural. lacking sense or clear, sound reasoning
Investigation sentence:He was under INVESTIGATION for theft. the action of investigating something or someone
Objective sentence: Historians try to be OBJECTIVE. not influenced by personal feeling or options in considering and representing facts
Observation sentence: She was brought into the hospital for OBSERVATION. the action or process of observing something or someone carefully or in order to gain information
Option sentence: he has no OPTION to pay up. the freedom, power, or right to choose something
Persuade sentence: I PERSUADED him to do the right thing. cause to do something through reasoning or argument
Prove sentence: The concept is difficult to PROVE. demonstrate the truth or existence of something by evidence or argument
Theory sentence: Have you read about Darwin's THEORY of evolution. a supposition or a system of ideas intended to explain something.
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