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adjacent
adj. next to or near something
albeit
conj. although
assemble
v. to come together as a group; to bring people or things together as a group
assembly
n. a group of people who have been elected to meet together regularly and make decisions or laws for a particular region or country
collapse
n. a sudden failure of something, such as an institution, a business or a course of action
collapsed
adj. collapse
collapsible
adj. that can be folded flat or made into a smaller shape that uses less space
colleague
n. a person that you work with, especially in a profession or a business
compilation
n. a collection of items, especially pieces of music or writing, taken from different places and put together
compile
v. to produce a book, list, report, etc. by bringing together different items, articles, songs, etc
conceivable
adj. that you can imagine or believe
conceivably
adv. conceivable
conceive
v. to form an idea, a plan, etc. in your mind; to imagine something
convince
v. to make somebody/yourself believe that something is true
convinced
adj. completely sure about something
convincing
adj. that makes somebody believe that something is true
convincingly
adv. convincing
depress
v. to make somebody sad and without enthusiasm or hope
depressed
adj. very sad and without hope
depressing
adj. making you feel very sad and without enthusiasm
depressingly
adv. depressing
depression
n. a medical condition in which a person feels very sad and anxious and often has physical symptoms such as being unable to sleep, etc
encounter
n. a meeting, especially one that is sudden, unexpected or violent
enormity
n. (of a problem, etc.) the very great size, effect, etc. of something; the fact of something being very serious
enormous
adj. extremely large
enormously
adv. very; very much
forthcoming
adj. going to happen, be published, etc. very soon
inclination
n. a feeling that makes you want to do something
incline
n. a slope
inclined
adj. wanting to do something
inconceivable
adj. impossible to imagine or believe
inconceivably
adv. inconceivable
integrity
n. the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles
intrinsic
adj. belonging to or part of the real nature of something/somebody
intrinsically
adv. intrinsic
invoke
v. to mention or use a law, rule, etc. as a reason for doing something
panel
n. a square or rectangular piece of wood, glass or metal that forms part of a larger surface such as a door or wall
levy
v. to use official authority to demand and collect a payment, tax, etc
likewise
adv. the same; in a similar way
nonetheless
adv. despite this fact
notwithstanding
adv. despite this
odd
adj. strange or unusual
oddness
n. odd
odds
n. the degree to which something is likely to happen
ongoing
adj. continuing to exist or develop
panel
v. to cover or decorate a surface with flat strips of wood, glass, etc
paneling
n. square or rectangular pieces of wood used to cover and decorate walls, ceilings, etc
persist
v. to continue to do something despite difficulties or opposition, in a way that can seem unreasonable
persistence
n. the fact of continuing to try to do something despite difficulties, especially when other people are against you and think that you are being annoying or unreasonable
persistent
adj. determined to do something despite difficulties, especially when other people are against you and think that you are being annoying or unreasonable
persistently
adv. persistent
pose
n. a particular position in which somebody stands, sits, etc, especially in order to be painted, drawn or photographed
reluctantly
adv. reluctant
reluctance
n. reluctant
reluctant
adj. hesitating before doing something because you do not want to do it or because you are not sure that it is the right thing to do
so-called
adj. used to show that you do not think that the word or phrase that is being used to describe somebody/something is appropriate
straightforward
adj. easy to do or to understand; not complicated
straightforwardly
adv. straightforward
straightforwardness
n. straightforward
unconvinced
adj. not believing or not certain about something despite what you have been told
undergo
v. to experience something, especially a change or something unpleasant
whereby
adv. by which; because of which