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narrow
limited in extent, amount, or scope
assumption
something that you accept as true without question or proof
presumption
an idea that is taken to be true on the basis of probability
presupposition
a thing tacitly assumed beforehand
mediate
intervene in a dispute in order to bring about an agreement
step in
become involved in a difficult situation, especially in order to help
interpose
intervene between parties
lull
to cause someone to fall asleep or to feel safe and relaxed.
settle
To put into order; arrange or fix definitely as desired.
compose
to make by combining; settle
offense
a specific act that breaks the law
downfall
the cause of a sudden fall, destruction
assailant
a person who physically attacks another
assault
make a physical attack on
onset
the beginning of something, especially something unpleasant
onslaught
noun: a fierce of destructive attack
instill
gradually but firmly idea or attitude in a person’s mind
infix
implant or insert firmly in something
execute
put into effect; carry out; kill as a lawful punishment
bump off
murder someone
do in
kill someone
dust off
bring something out for use again after a long period of neglect
knock off
stop work
conspire
take part in a conspiracy
cogitate
think deeply about something; meditate or reflect
plot
secretly make plans to carry out an illegal or harmful action
collogue
talk confidentially or conspiratorially
devise
think out; plan; invent
machinate
engage in plots; scheme
topple
to become unsteady and then fall over
overthrow
remove forcibly from power
overturn
To cause to turn over or capsize; upset.
Knock over
strike or collide with someone/ something
overset
upset emotionally
coup
highly successful action or sudden attack from a government
prosecutor
a public official, who institutes legal proceedings against someone
allege
claim that someone has done something wrong
adduce
to offer as example, reason, or proof in discussion or analysis
defendant
an individual sued or accused in a court of law
seize
take hold of suddenly and forcibly
annex
attach; add to a large thing; take possession of
preempt
to prevent by acting first
bribe
dishonestly persuade someone to act in one’s favour by an inducement
arson
incendie
prescription
recept
relapse
deteriorate after a period of improvement
lapse
a brief or temporary failure of concentration, memory, or judgement
backslide
revert to bad habits
recidivist
a convicted criminal who reoffends
surgery
the treatment of injuries in people or animals by cutting open the body and repairing the damaged part