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EMPATHY
(N) capacity to participate in another's feelings.
PARAMEDIC
(N) one who assists or works beside a doctor.
PARAPHRASE
(V) restate in your own words
PACIFIST
(N) one who strongly, openly opposes war or conflict.
APATHY
(N) lack of feelings or emotions, indifference.
COMPEL
(v) to drive (force) or urge forcefully.
PEDAL
(N) a lever pressed by the foot.
PATHETIC
(Adj) causing feelings of pity or compassion.
ORTHOGRAPHY
(n) correct or "straight" writing and spelling.
PENSIVE
(adj) thinking deeply, heavy thoughts weighing you down.
EXPULSION
(N) the act of being forced or driven out.
PEDESTAL
(N) the support or foot of a column or statue.
PENDANT
(N) something like a necklace that hangs around neck.
PENDULUM
(n)something that hangs and swings freely under the action of gravity.
ORTHODONTIST
(N) a dentist who straightes teeth.
PANDEMONIUM
(N)wild tumult, uproar (all "devils" let loose)
ORTHOGRADE
(Adj) walking with the body upright or vertical.
PACIFY
(V) soothe, make calm or peaceful
PANACEA
(N) a remedy to cure all ills or diseases.
PARABLE
(N) short story to illustrate a moral point.