ex-panse |ikˈspans| n.
an area of something, typically land or sea, presenting a widecontinuous surface
a term coined by psychotherapist Peter Sifneos in 1973 to describe a state of deficiency in understanding, processing, or describing emotions. The word comes from the Ancient Greek words λέξις (a - prefix meaning “lack”, lexis - “diction”, “word”) and θυμός (thumos - “soul, as the seat of emotion, feeling, and thought”) modified by an alpha-privative, literally meaning “without words for emotions”.
height |hīt| n.
—the measurement from base to top or (of a standing person) from head to foot
—a high place or area
—the most intense part or period of something
niche |ni ch | n.
—a comfortable or suitable position in life or employment
work-shop |ˈwərkˌ sh äp| n.
—a room or building in which goods are manufactured or repaired
—a meeting at which a group of people engage in intensive discussion and activity on a particular subject or project.
rev-el |ˈrevəl| v.
—engage in lively and noisy festivities, esp. those which involve drinking and dancing
—get great pleasure from
dis-be-lief |ˌdisbəˈlēf| n
—inability or refusal to accept that something is true or real
—lack of faith in something
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