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RELUCTANT
adj. No wanting to do something; unwilling.
RELUCTANCE-n.-The state of not wanting to do something.
REASSURE
v. To make less worried or fearful; to comfort.
REASSURANCE-n.-The act of giving comfort or the state of receiving comfort.
YEARN
v. To want very badly; to be filled with longing.
YEARNING-n.-A longing or strong desire.
AVAILABLE
adj. Easy to get; present and ready for use.
SUPERIOR
adj.-1.-Excellent of its kind.
2. Higher in position or rank.
n.-A person of higher rank.
PROHIBIT
v. To forbid by law or order.
ESTABLISH
v.-1. To set up or begin.
2. To show to be true.

ESTABLISHMENT-n.-something that has been established, especially a place of business or a public building.
LIBERATE
v. To free
PURSUE
v.-1. To follow in order to capture; to chase.
2. To seek actively; to carry on with.
PERSUIT-n.-1. The act of following after.
2. An activity, as a job or sport, that a person takes part in.
EVADE
v.-1. To keep away from; to avoid being caught.
2. To avoid doing or answering.
EVASIVE-adj.-Carefully avoiding saying too much; not open or direct.
DONATE
v. To give to those in need, often through an organization.

DONATION-n. Whatever is donated, as money or goods.
NUMEROUS
adj. A large number; very many.
BONDAGE
n. The state of being a slave.
OCCASION
n.-1. A particular time.
2. A special event.
OCCASIONAL-adj.-Happeing once in a while.