• noun; Clarity - a. Clearness or lucidity as to perception or understanding;
    b. The state or quality of being clear or transparent to the eye; pellucidity: "the clarity of pure water."
    Simply; clearness
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    noun; İmpulse - a psychic drive or instinctual urge.
    OR
    an impelling action or force, driving onward or inducing motion.
    Bilinçli veya bilinçsizce bir anda oluşan birşeyi yapma istenci veya o istenci yerine getirmek için gereken ilk itilim, dürtü
    "A car approached , and on an impulse I thumbed a lift ."
    "İt was an impulse i did that" , meaningDoing something without planing.
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    adjective; Reminiscent(of) - awakening memories of something 'similar'; suggestive (usually followed by of):
    "His style of writing is reminiscent of Melville's."
    "...producing a device vaguely reminiscent of a
    gas mask."
    "Some taste apple-like , and others are reminiscent of plums , or even bananas"
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    verb; Ascend - to move, climb, or go upward; mount; rise:
    "The airplane ascended into the clouds."
    "Then I ascended the nardow stairs to his doorway."
    Yükselmek, özellikle mersiven çıkmak olarak kullanımı yaygın, tahta çıkmak da kullanılıyor. "Ascend the throne"
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    Auxiliary - helping, supporting
    "I work during my vacations as an auxiliary nurse at my local hospital."
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    Trance - tırans hali ve tıransa geçmek olarak isim ve fiil halleri var

    Entrance - noun; something that provides access (to get in or get out)
    noun; the act of entering

    verb; put into a trance, enlighten gibi entrance,
    adjective ; Entranced - filled with wonder, şaşırmış
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    Fork - to divide into branches:
    "Turn left where the road forks."
    Çatal, ayrım, kol
    "Where the path forked at the foot of the Border Ridge"
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    adjective; Evasive - tending or seeking to evade; characterized by evasion:
    "an evasive answer."
    Kaçamaklı, belirsiz

    Synonyms; elusive, deceptive, vague
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    Peer into - to glance, look, or stare in(to something), especially in an intent, inquisitive, or searching manner.
    "I peered into the room to see if anyone was in there."
    "He seemed to be trying to peer into her lowered face."
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    adjective; Fragile - Easily broken, shattered, or damaged;
    "a fragile ceramic container"
    "a very fragile alliance."

    Synonyms; Fragile, delicate, weak, vulnerable
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    noun; Tide - The periodic rise and fall of the waters of the ocean and its inlets, produced by the attraction of the moon and sun, and occurring about every 12 hours.