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  1. Aberration (noun) β€” a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typically an unwelcome one.

  2. Accessory (noun) β€” a thing which can be added to something else in order to make it more useful, versatile, or attractive.

  3. Acclivity (noun) β€” an upward slope.

  4. Accommodation (noun) β€” a room, group of rooms, or building in which someone may live or stay.

  5. Acquiescence (noun) β€” the reluctant acceptance of something without protest.

  6. Adulterate (verb) β€” render (something) poorer in quality by adding another substance.

  7. Aggrandize (verb) β€” increase the power, status, or wealth of.

  8. Amateur (noun) β€” a person who engages in a pursuit, especially a sport, on an unpaid rather than a professional basis.

  9. Ammunition (noun) β€” the projectiles with their fuses, propelling charges, or primers fired from guns.

  10. Anaemia β€” (also spelled Anemia) a decrease in the total amount of red blood cells (RBCs) or hemoglobin in the blood, or a lowered ability of the blood to carry oxygen.Β 

  11. Anesthesia or anaesthesia (noun) β€” a state of controlled, temporary loss of sensation or awareness that is induced for medical purposes.

  12. Apocalypse (noun) β€” the complete final destruction of the world

  13. Apprentice

  14. Archipelago (noun) β€” an extensive group of islands.

  15. Assassin (noun) β€” a person who murders an important person for political or religious reasons.

  16. Avaricious (adjective) β€” having or showing an extreme greed for wealth or material gain.

  17. Besiege (verb) β€” surround (a place) with armed forces in order to capture it or force its surrender.

  18. Bourgeois (adjective) β€” belonging to or characteristic of the middle class, typically with reference to its perceived materialistic values or conventional attitudes.

  19. Brilliant (adjective) β€” exceptionally clever or talented.

  20. Bulletin (noun) β€” a short official statement or broadcast summary of news.

  21. Burglar (noun) β€” a person who commits burglary (= illegal entry of a building with intent to commit a crime, especially theft).

  22. Camouflage (noun) β€” the disguising of military personnel, equipment, and installations by painting or covering them to make them blend in with their surroundings.

  23. Celestial (adjective) β€” positioned in or relating to the sky, or outer space as observed in astronomy.

  24. Cemetery (noun) β€” a large burial ground, especially one not in a churchyard.

  25. Challenge (noun) β€” a task or situation that tests someone’s abilities.

  26. Cigarette (noun) β€” an object similar to a cigarette containing a narcotic or herbal substance.

  27. Colonel (noun) β€” a rank of officer in the army and in the US air force, above a lieutenant colonel and below a brigadier or brigadier general.

  28. Commemoration (noun) β€” the action or fact of commemorating a dead person or past event.

  29. Commencement (noun) β€” the beginning of something.

  30. Commission

  31. Committee

  32. Commodity

  33. Complaisant (adjective) β€” willing to please others or to accept what they do or say without protest.

  34. Contemporaneous

  35. Contemptuous

  36. Councillor/Counsellor

  37. Counterfeit

  38. Corrigendum (noun) β€” A correction of an error, especially in a printed document.

  39. Curriculum

  40. Delinquency

  41. Dilemma

  42. Dilettante (noun) β€” a person who cultivates an area of interest, such as the arts, without real commitment or knowledge.

  43. DisciplinarianΒ 

  44. Disquieting

  45. Dyspepsia (noun) β€” indigestion

  46. Elephantiasis (noun) β€” a condition in which a limb or other part of the body becomes grossly enlarged due to obstruction of the lymphatic vessels.

  47. Embarrassment

  48. Encyclopedia

  49. ErroneousΒ 

  50. Etiquette

  51. Exaggerate

  52. Factitious

  53. Flicker

  54. Frighten

  55. Gargantuan (adjective) β€” enormous

  56. Grandeur (noun) β€” splendour and impressiveness, especially of appearance or style.

  57. Guerrilla

  58. Gymnasium

  59. Hereditary

  60. Hippopotamus (noun) β€” a large thick-skinned semiaquatic African mammal.

  61. Homogeneous

  62. Honorary

  63. Humorous

  64. Hyacinth (noun) β€” a bulbous plant of the lily family

  65. Idiosyncrasy (noun) β€” a mode of behaviour or way of thought peculiar to an individual.

  66. Inapplicable

  67. Incorrigible (adjective) β€” (of a person or their behaviour) not able to be changed or reformed.

  68. Indefatigable (adjective) β€” (of a person or their efforts) persisting tirelessly.

  69. Infinitesimal (adjective) β€” extremely small.

  70. Inheritance

  71. Interruption

  72. Indigenous

  73. Irreconcilable (adjective) β€” (of ideas or statements) so different from each other that they cannot be made compatible.

  74. Irresponsible

  75. Irreversible

  76. Itinerant (adjective) β€” travelling from place to place.

  77. Jewelry

  78. Leisure

  79. Magniloquent (adjective) β€” using high-flown or bombastic language.

  80. Maintenance

  81. Malediction

  82. Manoeuvre (noun) β€” a movement or series of moves requiring skill and care.

  83. Masquerade (noun) β€” a false show or pretence.

  84. Mediterranean

  85. Mellifluous (adjective) β€” (of a sound) pleasingly smooth and musical to hear.

  86. Mercenary

  87. Millennium

  88. Millionaire

  89. Misspell

  90. Monotonous

  91. Multifarious (adjective) β€” many and of various types.

  92. Nauseous (adjective) β€” affected with nausea; feeling inclined to vomit.

  93. Omelet/ Omelette (noun) β€” a dish of beaten eggs cooked in a frying pan and served plain or with a savoury or sweet topping or filling.

  94. Omission

  95. Opprobrious (adjective) β€” (of language) expressing scorn or criticism.

  96. Orthodoxy

  97. Oscillate

  98. Palliate (verb) β€” make (a disease or its symptoms) less severe without removing the cause.

  99. Pedagogue

  100. Perennial (adjective) β€” lasting or existing for a long or apparently infinite time; enduring or continually recurring.
  101. Peevish (adjective) β€” having or showing an irritable disposition.Β 

  102. Physique

  103. Pomegranate (noun) β€” a spherical fruit with a tough golden-orange outer skin and sweet red gelatinous flesh containing many seeds.Β 

  104. Predecessor

  105. Procession

  106. Pronunciation

  107. Questionnaire

  108. Sophomore

  109. Stratagem

  110. Superintendent

  111. Surveillance

  112. Remuneration

  113. Renaissance

  114. Turpitude (noun) β€” depraved or wicked behaviour or character.

  115. Vicissitude (noun) β€” a change of circumstances or fortune, typically one that is unwelcome or unpleasant.Β 

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