forms a noun
A nexus is a connection or a series of connections between a number of people, things, or ideas that often form the center of a system or situation.
If you have animus against someone, you have a strong feeling of dislike or hatred towards them, often without a good reason or based upon your personal prejudices.
A hiatus is a period of time when there is a break or interruption in some activity.
An impetus is a force or influence that makes something happen or develop more quickly.
Detritus is the small pieces of waste that remain after something has been destroyed or used.
When a group of people reaches a consensus, it has reached a general agreement about a given point.
An exodus is a mass departure of people from one land to another.
An opus is an important piece of artistic work by a writer, painter, musician, etc.; an opus can also be one in a series of numbered musical works by the same composer.
The adjective emeritus refers to a leader or professional who is retired—and often who gave distinguished service—and still retains their title, such as a professor or president.
The focus of something, such as a discussion, is the main reason for doing it or its central point.
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