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Boycott
(verb,noun)
boi'kot'
we boycott the store in our neighbourhood because he is very expensive, now we have to buy our groceries from a little pit far store.
Panorama
(noun)
pan'e-ram'e
*1 A clear view over a wide area.
*2 A wide-ranging survey.
- I have a panoramic view of downtown st. paul from this high point that I could see the whole extended area.

Psyche
(noun)
si'ke
* mental state; soul.
- Jhon psyche let him go to swim in the lake at 2:00 a.m. He usually did what his mind told him reguardless of danger.

Anthropological
(adjective)
an'thre-pe-loj'i-kel
* Study of human beings.
- My anthropological study of the human nature during famine gave me a lot information about the human cabaliltity of adaptation.

Gargantuan
(adjective)
gar-gan'choo-en
* Huge; immense.
- We saw a gargantuan tree, it is three times bigger than the normal tree.
Pandemonium
(noun)
pan'de-mo'ne-em
* Chaos, wild disorder, and noise.
- I was in the pandemonium at targert store, when they told us there is a pum somwhere in the store. From the noise and the crowd I don't know what to do.

Martial
(adjective)
mar'shel
* Referring to war or soldiers.
- I can call yesterday party as a martial party as most of the attendant were soldiers wearing their army uniform.

Nominal
(adjective)
nom'e-nel
*1 In name only.
*2 A very small amonut.
- My chemical experiment yeild a nominal product that I culdn't weigh it.

Odyssey
(noun)
od'i-se
* A long and adventurous journey.
- In our odyssey to South Africa jungles we spent two days in the road and a very stange things happend during the journey.


Psyche
(noun)
si'ke
* Mental state; soul.
Chauvinism
(noun)
sho've-niz'em
* Prejudiced devotion to a group or country.
- Jhon chauvinism let him think that women can't be a bus driver.he only beleive in the cabability of men.

Misanthrope
(noun)
mis'en-throp'
* A person who hates or distrust other people.
_ I didn't beleive John is a misnthrope, untill I noticed his distrust for all of his collegues.

Spartan
(adjective)
spar'tn
* Lacking in comfort; requiring self-discipline.
- Lusi spartan diet required her to eat only boiled food, which she didn't like very much.
Vivacious
(adjective)
vi-va'shes
* Lively; full of spirit.
- All the students noticed Jhon's absance as the class today is very quite and liveless without him.

Chauvinism
(noun)
sho've-niz'em
* Prejudiced devotion to a group or country.
- Jhon chauvinism let him think that women can't be a bus driver.he only beleive in the cabability

Philanthropist
(adjective)
fi-lan'thre-pist
* One who wishes to help humanity; a person who makes large gifts to charity.
- I sent a thank you letter for the philanthropist who usually make a large donations to our charity association.

Quixotic
(adjective)
kwik-sot'ik
* Noble, but not practical; having unreachable ideals; idealistic.
- Jhon's quixotic mind let him think that all the rich should giveup their money to the poor so that they will be equal.

Vital
(adjective)
vit'l
*1 Referring to life.
*2 Necessary; essential.
*3 Lively; full of life; busy.
- The vital software of the computer to work propably is not available.

Genesis
(noun)
jen'i-sis
* Origin; beginning.
- The genesis of a big tree is a small seed.

Pseudonym
(noun)
sood'n-im'
* assumed name; pen name.
- Diane used Lynn as a pseudoym when she donate a money for the cancer association, she didn't want anyone to know that she is the one who pay this money.
Renowned
(adjective)
ri-nound'
* Famous; well regarded.
- The party of renowned Michael Jackson in mineapolis was very crowded as all the people know him well from the T.V. and the other medias.

Congenital
(adjective)
ken-jen'i-tel
*1 Existing at birth.
*2 Naturally being a certain way; habitual.
- I know how to deal with my diabetes, since it is congenital I born with it and I get used to it.

Genocide
(noun)
jen'e-sid'
* The planned murder of an entire group.
- The organized genocides that occured in South Sudan killed most of the Denka tribe people.

Viable
(adjective)
vi'e-bel
* Capable of living, capable of success; workable.
- Jhon viable idea add to the company great success, as it is easy to execute.