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affection
A fond or tender feeling.
appeal
To make an earnest request;to ask.
To be of interest to; to be attractive to.
An earnest request for help.
The power to attract or be of interest.
clasp
To grasp or hold tightly.
A strong grasp or hold.
Something, as a hook or fastener, that holds two parts together.
conspicuous
Easily or plainly seen.
contribute
To give along with others who are giving.
To have a part in bringing about.
contribution
That which is given.
contributor
One who gives.
declare
To make known; to state openly.
declaration
A public statement.
eloquent
Skilled at speaking or writing; having the power to move people.
eloquence
skill at speaking or writing; the power to move people
exhibit
To show in public.
An item or collection of items in a public show.
exhibition
A large-scale public show.
ferry
A boat that carries people and goods back and forth across a stretch of water.
To move people or goods by boat across a stretch of water.
immigrant
A person who comes into a country to live there.
lofty
Very tall or high.
Noble in feeling or high in ideals.
Showing a too-proud or superior attitiude.
pedestal
A base or support on which something stands.
persecute
To treat cruelly or harshly because of political, religious, or other differences.
persecution
The state or condition of being persecuted.
poverty
The state of being poor.
unveil
To remove a covering from.
To make known or reveal for the first time.
affectionate
Gentle and loving.