state or quality of
Trepidation is fear or uneasiness about something that is going to happen.
If you have an affiliation with a group or another person, you are officially involved or connected with them.
Consternation is the feeling of anxiety or fear, sometimes paralyzing in its effect, and often caused by something unexpected that has happened.
If someone makes an insinuation, they say something bad or unpleasant in a sly and indirect way.
Severe problems, suffering, or difficulties experienced in a particular situation are all examples of tribulations.
A gradation is a series of successive small differences or changes in something that add up to an overall major change; this word can also refer to a degree or step in that series of changes.
Striations are striped patterns or markings of parallel and narrow grooves.
Alliteration is a device used in speech or writing in which several consecutive words all begin with the same sound or letter, the latter usually a consonant.
When you feel aggravation over something, you are being constantly annoyed or bothered by it, often because it is getting worse over time.
Deprivation is a state during which people lack something, especially adequate food and shelter; deprivation can also describe something being taken away from someone.
When you have a feeling of gratification, you experience satisfaction or pleasure about a job well done.
When you behave with moderation, you live in a balanced and measured way; you do nothing to excess.
A permutation is a complete change or total transformation.
Polarization between two groups is a division or separation caused by a difference in opinion or conflicting views.
A ramification from an action is a result or consequence of it—and is often unanticipated.
A feeling of resignation is one of accepting something that you really don't want to do.
A compilation is a gathering together of various things from many sources.
The duration of something is the amount or period of time that it lasts.
the adoption of the behavior patterns of the surrounding culture
a final climactic stage
a state in which all hope is lost or absent
arousal of the mind to special unusual activity or creativity
the reestablishing of cordial relations
a state of extreme hunger resulting from lack of essential nutrients over a prolonged period
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