• ingress

    Ingress is the action of entering a place, the entrance itself, or the right or permission to enter a place.

  • transgress

    When someone transgresses something, such as rules of social behavior or moral principles, they violate a boundary or limit.

  • egress

    Egress is the act of going out or exiting from an enclosed space; it can also be the exit itself.

  • digress

    When you digress while speaking or writing, you temporarily depart or stray from the central focus or topic at hand.

  • regression

    Regression is the falling back or return to a previous state.

  • aggressive

    An aggressive person is likely to attack someone or something; a person of this type can also really want to win and so works very hard to do so.

  • progress

    When you are making progress on something, such as a job or project, you are moving along well, getting things done, and getting closer to completing it.

  • aggression

    a disposition to behave aggressively

  • aggressor

    someone who attacks

  • congress

    the legislature of the United States government

  • digression

    a message that departs from the main subject

  • digressive

    of superficial relevance if any

  • ingression

    Act of entering; entrance.

  • nonaggression

    a policy of not initiating hostilities

  • progressive

    favoring or promoting progress

  • regress

    go back to a statistical means

  • transgression

    the act of transgressing

  • transgressor

    someone who transgresses

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