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Filibuster
Noun.
1. The use of obstructionist tactics, especially prolonged speechmaking for the purpose of delaying legeslative action
2.An instance in which this occours
3. An adventurer who engages in private military action in a foreign country

verb.
To use obstructionst tactics in a legistlave body
2. to take part in private military action in a foreign country
Gauche
Adjective.
Lacking grace or social polish.
Diffident
Adjective.
Lacking self confidence; shy and timid
Enervate
Verb.
To weaken or destroy the vitality of
Enfranchise
Verb.
1. To endow with the rights of citizenship, especially the right to vote.
2. To free, as from slavery or bondage
Soliloquy
Noun.
A dramatic or literary form of discourse in which a character talks to himself or reveals his or her thoughts when alone or unaware of the presence of other characters.
2. A specific speech or piece of writing in this form of discourse
Subjugate
Verb.
To bring under control; conquer
2. To make subservient or submissive; subdue
Suffragist
Noun.
An advocate of the extension or political voting rights; especially to women.
Incognito
Adjective and Adverb.
With one's identity disguised or concealed

Noun.
The identity assumed by someone whose actual identity is disguised or concealed
Incontrovertible
Adjective.
Impossible to dispute; unquestionable
Inculcate
Verb.
To impress something upon the mind of another by frquent instruction or repition; instill