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balk (v)
to stop short and refuse to go on; be reluctant or turn away; hesitate to deal with something
reluctant (adj)
feeling or showing no willingness or enthusiasm to do something; disinclined; loath; hesitant
inclination (n)
A tendency toward a certain condition or character
aggression (n)
assault; violence; the practice or habit of launching attacks; the act of initiating hostilities or invasion
evolve (v)
to develop or achieve gradually
trait (n)
attribute; feature; a characteristic or quality that distinguishes somebody
ancestor (n)
forebear; antecedent; forefather; predecessor; a person from whom one is descended, especially if more remote than a grandparent; a forebear
struggle (v)
effort; exertion; labor; toil; fight; brawl; to exert muscular energy, as against a material force or mass
remnant (n)
remainder; remains; leftover; residue; something left over.A piece of fabric remaining after the rest has been used or sold
notion (n)
an idea, opinion, belief, or concept; a vague understanding or impression
obedient (adj)
compliant; dutiful; submissive; respectful; dutifully complying with the commands, orders, or instructions of one in authority
benevolent (adj)
kind; caring; compassionate; generous; of, concerned with, or organized for the benefit of charity
context (n)
background; circumstances; the part of a text or statement that surrounds a particular word or passage and determines its meaning
pursuit (n)
the act or an instance of chasing or pursuing
legitimacy (n)
legality or lawfulness; acceptability or correctness; the quality or fact of being legitimate
evoke (v)
call to mind; call up; induce; arrouse; to bring or mind memories or feelings, especially from the past; to provoke a particular reaction or feeling; to cause something to appear
sociobiology (n)
the study of the biological determinants of social behavior
loyalty (n)
faithfulness; allegiance; trustworthiness; the state or quality of being loyal; a feeling of devotion, duty, or attachment to somebody or something
dub (v)
to give somebody or something nickname; to honor somebody with renaming