anyway /ˈeniweɪ/ (adj) used when adding something to support an idea or argument Example: It's too late now, anyway.
belief /bɪˈliːf/ (n) a strong feeling that something/somebody exists or is true; confidence that something/somebody is good or right Example: belief in God/democracy
disapproving /ˌdɪsəˈpruːvɪŋ/ (adj) showing that you do not approve of somebody/something Example: She sounded disapproving as we discussed my plans.
during /ˈdjʊərɪŋ/ (pre) all through a period of time Example: Please remain seated during the performance.
good /ɡʊd/ (adj) of high quality or an acceptable standard Example: The piano was in good condition.
initial /ɪˈnɪʃl/ (n) happening at the beginning; first Example: ‘What initial is it, Mrs Owen?’ ‘It's J, J for Jane.’
institute /ˈɪnstɪtjuːt/ (n) an organization that has a particular purpose, especially one that is connected with education or a particular profession; the building used by this organization Example: a research institute
justice /ˈdʒʌstɪs/ (n) the fair treatment of people Example: laws based on the principles of justice
layer /ˈleɪə(r)/ (n) a quantity or sheet of something that lies over a surface or between surfaces Example: How many layers of clothing are you wearing?
long /lɒŋ/ (adj) measuring or covering a great length or distance, or a greater length or distance than usual Example: We're a long way from anywhere here.
mud /mʌd/ (n) wet earth that is soft and sticky Example: Your boots are covered in mud.
nearby /ˌnɪəˈbaɪ/ (adj) near in position; not far away Example: The car is parked nearby.
opinion /əˈpɪnjən/ (n) your feelings or thoughts about somebody/something, rather than a fact Example: In my opinion, it's a very sound investment.
pale /peɪl/ (adj) having skin that is very light in colour; having skin that has less colour than usual because of illness, a strong emotion, etc. Example: The ordeal left her looking pale and drawn.
port /pɔːt/ (n) a town or city with a harbour, especially one where ships load and unload goods Example: There are all kinds of commercial ships in the port.