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  1. Acquaintance: A-C-Q-U-A-I-N-T-A-N-C-E. Example: "I met a new acquaintance at the party." (Reference: Merriam-Webster Dictionary)
  2. Beneficiary: B-E-N-E-F-I-C-I-A-R-Y. Example: "She was named the beneficiary of the trust fund." (Reference: Oxford English Dictionary)
  3. Camaraderie: C-A-M-A-R-A-D-E-R-I-E. Example: "The team's camaraderie helped them win the championship." (Reference: Cambridge Dictionary)
  4. Deceive: D-E-C-E-I-V-E. Example: "He tried to deceive me with his false promises." (Reference: Collins English Dictionary)
  5. Eccentric: E-C-C-E-N-T-R-I-C. Example: "She has an eccentric taste in fashion." (Reference: Merriam-Webster Dictionary)
  6. Flamboyant: F-L-A-M-B-O-Y-A-N-T. Example: "The dancer's flamboyant moves captivated the audience." (Reference: Oxford English Dictionary)
  7. Guarantee: G-U-A-R-A-N-T-E-E. Example: "The product comes with a money-back guarantee." (Reference: Cambridge Dictionary)
  8. Harassment: H-A-R-A-S-S-M-E-N-T. Example: "She filed a complaint against her coworker for harassment." (Reference: Collins English Dictionary)
  9. Illuminate: I-L-L-U-M-I-N-A-T-E. Example: "The bright lights illuminate the stage." (Reference: Merriam-Webster Dictionary)
  10. Juxtapose: J-U-X-T-A-P-O-S-E. Example: "The artist juxtaposed contrasting colors in her painting." (Reference: Oxford English Dictionary)
  11. Kaleidoscope: K-A-L-E-I-D-O-S-C-O-P-E. Example: "The kaleidoscope created beautiful patterns when turned." (Reference: Cambridge Dictionary)
  12. Labyrinth: L-A-B-Y-R-I-N-T-H. Example: "We got lost in the labyrinth of tunnels." (Reference: Collins English Dictionary)
  13. Magnificent: M-A-G-N-I-F-I-C-E-N-T. Example: "The castle looked magnificent against the sunset." (Reference: Merriam-Webster Dictionary)
  14. Nuisance: N-U-I-S-A-N-C-E. Example: "The loud neighbors were a nuisance." (Reference: Oxford English Dictionary)
  15. Oblivious: O-B-L-I-V-I-O-U-S. Example: "She was oblivious to the fact that everyone was staring at her." (Reference: Cambridge Dictionary)
  16. Paradigm: P-A-R-A-D-I-G-M. Example: "The discovery shifted the scientific paradigm." (Reference: Collins English Dictionary)
  17. Quarantine: Q-U-A-R-A-N-T-I-N-E. Example: "The infected patients were placed in quarantine." (Reference: Merriam-Webster Dictionary)
  18. Resilient: R-E-S-I-L-I-E-N-T. Example: "Despite the challenges, she remained resilient." (Reference: Oxford English Dictionary)
  19. Satellite: S-A-T-E-L-L-I-T-E. Example: "The satellite orbits the Earth." (Reference: Cambridge Dictionary)
  20. Turbulent: T-U-R-B-U-L-E-N-T. Example: "The flight experienced turbulent weather." (Reference: Collins English Dictionary)
  21. Unanimous: U-N-A-N-I-M-O-U-S. Example: "The committee reached a unanimous decision." (Reference: Merriam-Webster Dictionary)
  22. Vulnerable: V-U-L-N-E-R-A-B-L-E. Example: "Children are more vulnerable to certain diseases." (Reference: Oxford English Dictionary)
  23. Wanderlust: W-A-N-D-E-R-L-U-S-T. Example: "She had a strong wanderlust and traveled the world." (Reference: Cambridge Dictionary)
  24. Xenophobia: X-E-N-O-P-H-O-B-I-A. Example: "Xenophobia is the fear or hatred of foreigners." (Reference: Collins English Dictionary)
  25. Yearning: Y-E-A-R-N-I-N-G. Example: "He had a yearning for adventure." (Reference: Merriam-Webster Dictionary)
  26. Zephyr: Z-E-P-H-Y-R. Example: "The gentle zephyr cooled us down on a hot day." (Reference: Oxford English Dictionary)
Please note that the examples provided are for illustrative purposes and the references mentioned can be consulted for further information.

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