Theory:

Meanings of the difficult words from the lesson "A Truly Beautiful Mind":
  
 
S.No
WordsMeanings
1
Indication A sign or piece of information that indicates something
2
Destined Intended for a particular purpose
3
GreatnessThe quality of being great, distinguished, or eminent
4
FreakA word used disapprovingly to talk about a person who was unusual and did not behave, look or think like others
   5Historian An expert in or student of history, especially a particular period, geographical region, or social phenomenon
6
Soup Liquid dish, typically made by boiling meat, fish, or vegetables in water
7
Profession Any type of work that needs special training or a particular skill, often one that is respected because it involves a high level of education
8
Amateur Doing something for personal enjoyment rather than as a profession
9
ViolinistA person who plays the violin
10
Skill The ability to do something well; expertise
11
RegimentationOrder or discipline is taken to an extreme
12
StifleUnable to breathe; suffocated
13
MoustacheHair that a man grows above his upper lip
14
AllyA friend or an associate
15
PatentA document that gives the rights of an invention to an inventor
16
PhilistinesA word used disapprovingly to talk about people who do not like art, literature or music
17
Accurate Of information, measurements, or statistics correct in details or exact
18
AbsoluteVery great or to the largest degree possible
19
UnravellingStarting to fail
20
IntelligenceThe ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills
21
FalterBecame weak
22
Divorce No longer married because the marriage has been legally dissolved
23
HousewifeA woman whose main occupation is caring for her family, managing household affairs, and doing housework while her husband or partner goes out to work
24
FameThe state of being known or talked about by many people, mainly on account of notable achievements
25
LaudHighly praised or admired
26
ProclaimAnnounce officially or publicly
27
Interpretation The action of explaining the meaning of something
28
EmigrateLeave one's own country to settle permanently in another
29
UproarVery upset
30
TerritoryAn area of land under the jurisdiction of a ruler or state
31
DropHaving fallen or been allowed to fall vertically
32
Campaign An organised course of action to achieve a goal
33
DemocracyThe belief in freedom and equality between people, or a system of government based on this belief, in which power is either held by elected representatives or directly by the people themselves