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a serious mental illness in which you experience extreme changes in mood, sometimes feeling very excited and sometimes feeling very unhappy. Many people now prefer to use the word bipolar disorder.
an old or literary word for depression
old-fashioned someone who is mentally handicapped is not able to learn or develop skills at the same rate as most other people because they have a problem with their brain. It is now considered more polite to say that someone is learning disabled or that they have special needs or learning difficulties.
the practice of looking at a product online before going to a conventional store to buy itBuzzWord Article
a person who has or claims to have a lot of influenceadd a word
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