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Creole grossly and offensively abusive; vulgar, foul-mouthed one who inquires or makes an inquiry (an intense and often urgent) natural inclination a person.

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1 Creole grossly and offensively abusive; vulgar, foul-mouthed one who inquires or makes an inquiry (an intense and often urgent) natural inclination a person of mixed French or Spanish and black descent a person of mixed French or Spanish and black descent Define:

2 humanitarianism a scheming or crafty attitude intended to accomplish some usually evil end a scheming or crafty attitude intended to accomplish some usually evil end the practice of promoting human welfare and social reform the practice of promoting human welfare and social reform suppressing human greivances to cover a person’s actions by excuses of apologies Define:

3 emphatically present and capable of becoming though not now visible or active; dormant present and capable of becoming though not now visible or active; dormant moving constantly, steadily, or persevering uttered or marked by emphasis having innumerable aspects or elements Define:

4 mulatto a person or belief that is marked by a contemptuous distrust of human nature a person or belief that is marked by a contemptuous distrust of human nature a person of mixed black and white ancestry a place where dead bodies are kept until buried a home located in a poor neighborhood, a shack Define:

5 myriad overt, unconcealed to cover by excuses of apologies ; to lessen the severity of ; to ameliorate to cover by excuses of apologies ; to lessen the severity of ; to ameliorate having innumerable aspects or elements to see beforehand and dispose of; to make unnecessary; to bypass (a requirement) to see beforehand and dispose of; to make unnecessary; to bypass (a requirement) Define:

6 guile to diminish, to reduce incomplete, unfinished, with much left to do diligent in application or pursuit; constant, steady, persevering diligent in application or pursuit; constant, steady, persevering deceitful cunning Define:

7 inquisitor a scheming or crafty action or artful design intended to accomplish some usually evil end a scheming or crafty action or artful design intended to accomplish some usually evil end one who performs or makes an inquiry nearness in place or time a lack of enthusiasm or energy Define:

8 cynicism a person or belief marked by a contemptuous distrust of human nature a person or belief marked by a contemptuous distrust of human nature honorable and decorous behavior an act of atonement or penance an inhabitant, resident Define:

9 universality having an intense and often urgent natural inclination having an intense and often urgent natural inclination being kind, caring, and understanding; friendly the quality of being recognized everwhere in a certain range the quality of being recognized everwhere in a certain range by force of circumstances Define:

10 mortuary a place in which dead bodies are kept before burial, a funeral home a place in which dead bodies are kept before burial, a funeral home roughness of manner or of temper; harshness nearness in place or time dissonance Define:

11 Creole (noun) A person of mixed French or Spanish and black descent. The Creole people of New Orleans and Louisiana are descendants of French colonialists and their black slaves. Next Image source:

12 Humanitarianism (noun) The practice of promoting human welfare or social reform Bono is known for his humanitarianism because of the work he has done for the AIDS epidemic in Africa. Next Image source:

13 Emphatically (adverb) Uttered or marked by emphasis. Politicians often use sweeping hand gestures during their speeches to make their points emphatically. Next I mage source:

14 mulatto (noun) A person of mixed black and white ancestry. Barack Obama, a child of a white woman from Kansas and a black man from Kenya, is the nation’s first mulatto president. Next Image source: dyn/content/photo/2009/01/20/PH jpg

15 Myriad (adjective) Having innumerable aspects or elements. The myriad colors and shapes in this design add to intricate beauty. Next Image source:

16 Guile (noun) deceitful cunning The guile of a fox is a common trope in literature. Next Image source:

17 Inquisitor (noun) One who inquires or makes an inquiry (asks questions, investigates), especially one who is harsh in making inquiries. The Great Inquisitor of the Spanish inquisition is a famous historical character who was known for his harsh persecution of Jews. Next Image source:

18 Cynicism (noun) an attitude marked by a contemptuous distrust of human nature. Many optimists feel disheartened by a general feeling of cynicism among today’s population. Next Image source:

19 universality (noun) The quality or state of being recognized by all in a certain range. The universality of the Red Cross symbol makes it recognizable across the globe. Next Image source:

20 Mortuary (noun) A place in which dead bodies are kept before burial, a funeral home. My father’s job is to prepare dead bodies for burial at the local mortuary. Next Image source:

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