Philosophy

Noun: the study of knowledge, reality, human nature, and existence

Physical

Adjective: relating to the body as opposed to the mind

Plummet

Verb: fall straight down at high speed

Plural

Adjective: more than one in number

Plot

Noun: a plan made in secret; the main events in a story

Political

Adjective: relating to government or the public affairs of the country

Portray

Verb: depict something in art or literature

Possess

Verb: to own

Poverty

Noun: the state of being extremely poor

Precise

Adjective: marked by exactness and accuracy of expression or detail

Predicament

Noun: a difficult, unpleasant, or embarrassing situation

Predict

Verb: to say something specific will happen in the future

Prejudice

Noun: preconceived notion not based on reason

Preserve

Verb: maintain something in its original state

Primary

Adjective: of chief importance; earliest in time or order of development

Preliminary

Adjective: an initial action preceding a more complete action

Prey

Noun: an animal hunted by another for food

Primitive

Adjective: denoting an earlier stage in evolution; not developed

Priority

Noun: a thing that is regarded as more important than another

Proceed

Verb: begin or continue a course of action

Profit

Verb: obtain a financial advantage or benefit

Prominent

Adjective: important; projecting from something

Prompt

Verb: (of an event) to bring about; Adjective: done without delay

Proof

Noun: evidence establishing a fact

Propel

Verb: drive, push, or cause to move in a particular direction

Prosecute

Verb: institute legal proceedings against

Prosper

Verb: succeed in material terms; be financially successful

Protagonist

Noun: the leading character or major character in a fictional text

Protect

Verb: keep safe from harm or injury

Provoke

Verb: stimulate or give rise to (an action or emotion) in someone

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