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  1. inexorable: impossible to stop or prevent; (of a person) impossible to persuade by request or entreaty.

  2. leviathan: a very large aquatic creature, esp. a whale; a thing that is very large or powerful; an autocratic monarch or state.

  3. madrasa: a building or group of buildings used for teaching Islamic theology and religious law, typically including a mosque.

  4. admonition: gentle or friendly reproof; friendly warning.

  5. maraud: to rove and raid in search of plunder; to raid or pillage for spoils.

  6. meta-: denoting a nature of a higher order or more fundamental kind, as metalanguage, metatheory; denoting position behind, at the back, or after.

  7. modus operandi: a particular way or method of doing something, esp. one that is characteristic or well-established; the way something operates or works.

  8. monoculture: a single, homogeneous culture without diversity or dissension; the cultivation of a single crop on a farm or in a region or country.

  9. motley: a heterogeneous, often incongruous mixture of elements; having elements of great variety or incongruity; heterogeneous; having many colors; variegated; parti-colored.

  10. myopic: nearsighted; lacking imagination, foresight, or intellectual insight.

  11. nouveau: new, fashionable; new person, new thing; modern; up to date.

  12. odious: arousing or meriting strong dislike, aversion, or intense displeasure.

  13. progenitor: a person or thing from which a person, animal or plant is descended or originates; an ancestor or parent; a person who originates an artistic, political, or intellectual movement.

  14. progeny: a descendant or the descendants of a person, animal, or plant; offspring

  15. proliferation: rapid increase in numbers; rapid reproduction of a cell, part, or organism; a large number of something.

  16. promulgate: promote or make widely known (an idea or cause); put (a law or decree) into effect by official proclamation.

  17. adumbrate: to outline; to foreshadow; to suggest; to shade.

  18. quasi: seemingly; apparently but not really; being partly or almost.

  19. pseudo: not genuine; sham; false, counterfeit, pretended, spurious; intellectually or socially pretentious; insincere, affected; meaningless.

  20. stratification: the condition of being stratified; a layered configuration; formation or deposition of layers, as of rock or sediments.


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