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Seeing Is Defining Vocabulary from James Baldwin
Elliptical Possessing an ambiguous, confusing or circular character
Expatriate To be banished, or to withdraw residence or allegiance from one’s native country
Profound Penetrating or entering deeply into subjects of thought or knowledge; having deep insight or understanding
Serene Calm, peaceful or tranquil; unruffled
Intrinsic A trait, quality or characteristic that is natural, internal or innate
Maverick A person pursuing rebellious, even potentially disruptive, policies or ideas
Polemic A controversial argument that is highly critical of an opposing point of view, opinion, idea, etc.
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