(verb). Praise enthusiastically and publicly. (adv). during a whole period of time. (noun).
a collection of myths, especially one belonging to a particular religious or cultural tradition. (adj).
having or revealing natural creative skill. (noun). An act of moving. (noun). prolonged cruel or unjust treatment or control. (noun). the smaller part of a group; less than half of the people or things in a large group (noun). An individual or collaborative enterprise that is carefully planned (noun). a box made of paper to wrap up, and stock things a bolt from the blue /ə boʊlt frʌm ðə blu/ (phrase). something important or unusual that happens suddenly or unexpectedl (noun). A way of carrying out a particular task, (noun). the action or business of promoting and selling products or services, including market research and advertising (adj). a type of cloth or plastic produced by chemical processes (noun). a solid substance containing a lot of fat that becomes soft and melts when warm (noun). a defender, protector, or keeper. (noun). a picture that has been painted (noun). the tough protective outer sheath of the trunk, branches, and twigs of a tree or woody shrub. (adv). to or in a foreign country, especially those separated from your country by the sea or ocean (noun). a product or a raw material (noun). the circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea, and in terms of which it can be fully understood and assessed. (adj). In a state of peaceful happiness. (noun). An area of land under the jurisdiction of a ruler or state à land, boundary (adj). being the only one of its kind; unlike anything else. (noun). a distinctive attribute or aspect of something. (adj). happening at the end of a long process (adj). of authority or an office, or someone holding it superior to all others. (noun). part of a country or the world having definable characteristics (noun). conversation between two or more people as a feature of a book, play, or movie figure of speech /ˈfɪgjər ʌv spiʧ/ (phrase). a word or phrase used in a non-literal sense for rhetorical or vivid effect. (verb). to reach an opinion or decide that something is true on the basis of information that is available (verb). to say officially that somebody/something has a particular character or name (verb). Publicly display a work of art or item of interest in an art gallery civilisation /ˌsɪvəlɪˈzeɪʃən/ (noun). a state of human society that is very developed and organized (verb). to give your time or effort completely to something you believe in or to a person, or to use a particular amount of time or energy doing something (verb). give an order for or authorize the production of something such as a building, piece of equipment, or work of art. (noun). a picture made by painting on wet plaster on a wall or ceiling (adj). existing or traditional for an extremely long time (adj). connected with the inside of something (noun). a long or arduous search for something.
(verb). overwhelm or flood usually with water (noun). A person who comes to live permanently in a foreign country. (adj). An animal or plant indigenous to a place undoubtedly /ənˈdaʊtɪdli/ (adv). without doubt; certainly. (verb). treat a person or animal cruelly or with violence. (noun). a person or thing that has recently arrived in a place or joined a group (adj). not good enough for plants to grow on it (verb). completely fill a place or container to the point that it appears to be overflowing (noun). a squalid and overcrowded urban street or district inhabited by very poor people (noun). the areas that form the edge of a town or city assimilation /əˌsɪməˈleɪʃən/ (noun). the process of becoming similar to something (verb). Combine one thing with another to form a whole. (verb). to move together as a group, or to cause animals or people to move together in a group (adj). living the life of a nomad; wandering. (noun). A religious or solemn ceremony consisting of a series of actions (noun). A decorative image or design, especially a repeated one forming a pattern. (adj). Done by people acting as a group. (noun). strong, rough cloth used for making tents, sails, bags, strong clothes, etc (adj). shock or greatly surprise ceremonial /ˌsɛrəˈmoʊniəl/ (noun). the system of rules and procedures to be observed at a formal or religious occasion. (noun).
a person sent on a religious mission, especially one sent to promote Christianity in a foreign country. (verb). Continue in an opinion or course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition. (verb). show or represent by a drawing, painting, or other art form (adj). having the same, or nearly the same, meaning (verb). bring or come to an end. perpetuate /pərˈpɛʧəˌweɪt/ (verb). make something, typically an undesirable situation or an unfounded belief continue indefinitely. (adj). relating to or believing in a religion. (noun). the state or quality of lasting or remaining unchanged indefinitely contemporary /kənˈtɛmpəˌrɛri/ (adj). Living or occurring at the same time manifestation /ˌmænəfɛˈsteɪʃən/ (noun). an event, action, or object that clearly shows or embodies something, especially a theory or an abstract idea (verb). to promise to do something (adj). strange or odd; unusual. (noun). a person, typically one more remote than a grandparent (adj). relating to or affecting the human spirit or soul as opposed to material or physical things cooperative /koʊˈɑpəˌreɪtɪv/ (adj). involving mutual assistance in working toward a common goal redistribute /ˌridɪˈstrɪbjut/ (verb). distribute something differently or again, typically to achieve greater social equality. exceptional /ɪkˈsɛpʃənəl/ (adj). unusual; not typical. (verb). Be present or occur at the same time as something else (verb). the state of being barred from one's native country, typically for political or punitive reasons undeniable /ˌʌndɪˈnaɪəbəl/ (adj). unable to be denied or disputed.