Teacherbot 24 Aug, 22:08:21
  1. Tyranny: Definition: Oppressive and cruel exercise of power or control. Sentence: The citizens lived under the tyranny of a ruthless dictator.

  2. Communism: Definition: A political and economic ideology advocating for the collective ownership of resources and the absence of social classes. Sentence: In a communist society, all property is owned by the community as a whole.

  3. Totalitarian: Definition: A system of government that exercises complete control over every aspect of public and private life. Sentence: The totalitarian regime monitored citizens’ activities and restricted their freedom of speech.

  4. Elites: Definition: A select group of people who hold a disproportionate amount of power or influence in society. Sentence: The country’s elites controlled the economy and made decisions that affected the majority of the population.

  5. Peasant: Definition: A poor agricultural worker, often living in rural areas. Sentence: The peasants worked tirelessly in the fields to provide food for the kingdom.

  6. Revolt: Definition: A violent or organized attempt to overthrow a government or authority. Sentence: The oppressed citizens decided to revolt against the corrupt regime.

  7. Allegory: Definition: A story or narrative that has a hidden or symbolic meaning. Sentence: Animal Farm by George Orwell is an allegory that represents the Russian Revolution.

  8. Fable: Definition: A short story, often with animals as characters, that teaches a moral lesson. Sentence: The fable of “The Tortoise and the Hare” teaches us the importance of perseverance.

  9. Rebellion: Definition: An act of defiance or resistance against an established authority or government. Sentence: The rebellion against the oppressive regime spread throughout the country.

  10. Inequality: Definition: The state of being unequal, particularly in terms of social, economic, or political opportunities. Sentence: The growing wealth inequality in the country led to widespread discontent among the population.