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crime
(noun) an act that is against the law
criminal
(noun) a person guilty of a crime
(adjective) of or having to do with crime
except
(preposition) leaving out; other than; but
exception
(noun) a leaving out; person or thing left out
combine
(verb) join together; unite
combination
(noun) thing made by combining; union
imitate
(verb) try to be like or act like; copy
imitation
(noun) an imitating; thing that acts like or copies something else
operate
(verb) do something to the body to improve or restore health; perform surgery
operation
(noun) something done to the body to improve or restore health; surgery
academy
(noun) a type of school, usually for instruction in some special area
academic
(adjective) having to do with schools; concerned with general education
depart
(verb) go away; leave
departure
(noun) act of going away; leaving
inspire
(verb) fill with a thought or feeling; influence
inspiration
(noun) influence of thought and strong feelings or actions; any influence that arouses effort to do well
participate
(verb) take part; have a share
participation
(noun) the act of taking part; a sharing
regulate
(verb) control by rule, principle, or system; keep at some standard
regulation
(noun) rule, law
(adjective) according to or required by some rule