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contrast
To compare in order to reveal differences.
institute
An educational institution.
statue
A form representing a person or thing, made by an artist out of stone, metal, or another solid substance.
projector
A machine that uses lenses and a source of light to project images, as of motion pictures, onto a surface.
reject
To refuse to accept, use, grant, consider, etc.
portable
Easily or conveniently carried.
objective
Not influenced by emotion or prejudice; impartial.
obstacle
Something that stands in the way of progress toward a goal; a hindrance.
superstition
Any belief, practice, or rite unreasonably dependent on magic, chance, or dogma.
transport
To carry from one place to another.
reporter
A person who gathers information for news stories that are written or broadcast.
inject
To force or drive (a liquid or gas) into something.
circumstance
Often circumstances. One of the conditions, facts, or events connected with and usually affecting another event, a person, or a course of action.
stanza
One of the divisions of a poem or song, composed of two or more lines.
interjection
An exclamation.
porter
A person hired to carry baggage at a station, airport, or hotel.
adjective
In grammar, a word used to describe a noun or to limit its meaning.
deport
To expel (a foreigner) from a country.
subjective
Existing within the mind or perception of an individual and not capable of being observed or experienced by anyone else.
statute
A law enacted by a legislative body.
portfolio
A portable case for holding loose papers, documents, etc.
abject
Deeply hopeless and miserable.
rapport
A relationship of mutual trust and understanding.
conjecture
The formation of an opinion or conclusion from incomplete or insufficent evidence; guesswork.
constituent
Someone represented by an elected offical; a voter.