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eventual

eventual

/əˈvɛntʃuəɫ/, /iˈvɛntʃuəɫ/
adjective
happening at the end of a process or a particular period of time
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The unconventional traffic pattern may get people to start changing lanes, adding to the complexity and eventual traffic.

So, in a sense, becoming spicy was key to its eventual global domination.

Like, changing the eventual fate of the entire Universe.

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connubial

connubial

/kənˈuːbɪəl/
adjective
of or relating to marriage or to the relationship between a wife and husband

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venial

venial

/vˈiːnɪəl/
adjective
easily excused or forgiven

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nasal

nasal

/ˈneɪzəɫ/
adjective
(anatomy) connected with the nose
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So this is not directly measuring the presence of the virus in your nose or nasal cavity.

It had nasal horns that were 33 millimeters tall - over one-third the total length of its skull.

And it had big teeth, a long snout, and some major-league nasal openings.

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insular

insular

/ˈɪnsəɫɝ/
adjective
relating to or characteristic of or situated on an island
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I think with family businesses because family business can be very insular.

This phenomenon is known as insular dwarfism.

And we become insular, we become very intolerant of others.

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ceremonial

ceremonial

/ˌsɛɹəˈmoʊniəɫ/
adjective
marked by pomp or ceremony or formality
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Similarly, the ceremonial clothing of kings and queens is symbolic of their royal status.

They require ceremonial space, and green space.

It was more of a ceremonial weapon than anything that they would use in battle.

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abnormal

abnormal

/æbˈnɔɹməɫ/
adjective
not normal; not typical or usual or regular or conforming to a norm
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Doctors implanted electrodes into their brains to find the abnormal tissue causing their seizures.

But that's not abnormal for someone my age.

You're doing something that's very abnormal.

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pivotal

pivotal

/ˈpɪvətəɫ/
adjective
being of crucial importance
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And it has brought us to a pivotal moment in human history.

But he gave up law to run a housing nonprofit, a pivotal moment for his brand.

2013 proved to be a pivotal year for the gaming industry.

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material

material

/məˈtɪɹiəɫ/
adjective
related to money, living conditions, possessions, etc. instead of the things that the soul or mind needs
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Ships bring materials into the city.

Workers are needed to unload the materials and deliver them to factories and stores.

People often attribute such experiences to paranormal forces outside the sphere of material life.

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venal

venal

/ˈvinəɫ/
adjective
capable of being corrupted

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feudal

feudal

/ˈfjudəɫ/
adjective
of or relating to or characteristic of feudalism
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Terrified aristocrats met on August 4, 1789, and surrendered their privileges as feudal lords.

So feudal security provides this level of security that most everybody is below.

Feudal security has risks.

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menial

menial

/ˈminiəɫ/
adjective
(of work) not requiring special skills, often considered unimportant and poorly paid
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They moved to Buenos Aires, where Eichmann worked in a series of menial jobs before finding employment with Mercedes Benz.

A World Record Over the next few years, Amelia worked at a number of menial jobs.

He's working the fields and other menial jobs for the cult.

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ecumenical

ecumenical

/ˌɛkjuˈmɛnɪkəɫ/
adjective
concerned with promoting unity among churches or religions
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Well actually, he thought he was congratulating them on what he thought was an ecumenical effort.

It was the ultimate ecumenical effort.

This is a speech that he gives in 2006, in Washington DC, in an ecumenical religious forum.

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cerebral

cerebral

/ˈsɛɹəbɹəɫ/, /sɝˈibɹəɫ/
adjective
of or relating to the cerebrum or brain
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It was a very cerebral environment.

So cerebral organoids are still relatively simple clumps of tissue that are way different from an actual human brain.

You got the cognitive you got mind crucial cerebral activity.

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jugular

jugular

/ˈdʒuɡjəɫɝ/
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located in or connected with the throat or neck

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fraternal

fraternal

/fɹəˈtɝnəɫ/
adjective
like or characteristic of or befitting a brother
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But it turns out that twinning is a lot more complicated than just identical or fraternal.

Genetic tests suggest that the legs were from a fraternal twin.

Twinning is way more complicated than identical or fraternal.

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pastoral

pastoral

/ˈpæstɝəɫ/
adjective
of or relating to a pastor
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Also, the Mongols were much smaller than other pastoral groups like the Tatars or the Uyghurs.

Measuring days and hours was sufficient for most tasks in pastoral communities.

But its addition may also reflect the pastoral concerns or devotional interests of Nunnaminster's abbess or prioress.

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littoral

littoral

/ˈɫɪtɝəɫ/
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of or relating to a coastal or shore region

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comical

comical

/ˈkɑmɪkəɫ/
adjective
arousing or provoking laughter
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Next, Happy and Peter have a comical conversation.

Whereas Gaudi, it's almost comical.

But it was this comical uselessness that made Caligula treat his uncle more like a pet than a rival.

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