Sunday, April 22, 2018

VOCAB OF THE DAY

ETHOS (NOUN): ideology Synonyms: mentality, mindset Antonyms: body, physicality Example Sentence: Many adventurous people live by the ethos of YOLO, you only live once. PENITENCY (NOUN):anguish Synonyms: attrition, contriteness Antonyms: delight,...

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COALITION (NOUN): association Synonyms: alliance, allied group Antonyms: disunion, disassociation Example Sentence: A coalition of conservationists is lobbying for a new forest preservation bill.   ...

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EMBRACE (VERB): hold tightly in arms Synonyms: grasp, enfold Antonyms: shun, unwrap Example Sentence: We should embrace the poor and at least...

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IRREFRANGIBLE (ADJECTIVE): definite Synonyms: indisputable, undeniable Antonyms: dubious, refutable Example Sentence: Planck’s theory is irrefragable.   VESTIGE (NOUN): hint Synonyms: clue, trace Antonyms: ignorance, callowness Example Sentence:  A...

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CONTORTION (NOUN): crookedness Synonyms: distortion, malformation Antonyms: beauty, refinement Example sentence:  Ayush’s skills of contortion change cringe-worthy remarks into hilarious comments.   TRIAL (NOUN): a...

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CONTORTION (NOUN): crookedness Synonyms: distortion, malformation Antonyms: beauty, refinement Example sentence: Ayush’s skills of contortion change cringe-worthy remarks into hilarious comments.   TRIAL (NOUN): a...

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MONGER (NOUN): vendor Synonyms: peddler, trader Antonyms: customer, consumer Example Sentence: He is a fishmonger.   UPHOLD (VERB): maintain Synonyms: support, endorse Antonyms: discourage, abandon Example Sentence: Try...

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EVASIVE (ADJECTIVE): deceptive Synonyms: misleading, cagey Antonyms: truthful, forthright Example Sentence: The news anchor learned nothing from the politician’s evasive responses.   GODSEND (NOUN): gift Synonyms:...

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DISPEL (VERB): allay Synonyms: drive away thought, resolve Antonyms: recall, take in Example Sentence: The flowers from my husband do not dispel the fact I...

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WHIM (NOUN): sudden idea Synonyms: inclination, vagary Antonyms: truth, reality Example Sentence: His instinct paid off as he picked the winning horse on a whim.   ...

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ABRADE (VERB): scrape Synonyms: chafe, grate Antonyms: make happy, please Example Sentence: The woollen blanket abraded my legs and gave me a rash.   ...

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JIBE (VERB): conform Synonyms: match, tally Antonyms: differ, disagree Example Sentence: She jibed all the details of the account.   BASTION (NOUN): bulwark Synonyms: support, stronghold...

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AMENDMENT (NOUN): change Synonyms: revision, correction Antonyms: damage, hurt Example Sentence: None of the senators think that an amendment would be approved.   ...

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IMPARTIALLY (ADVERB): justly Synonyms: honestly, reasonably Antonyms: unfairly, unjustly Example Sentence: She has impartially proofread the speed test.   PROGNOSTICATE (NOUN): forecast Synonyms:...

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  VOCABULARY FOR THE DAY IMPARTIALLY (ADVERB): justly Synonyms: honestly, reasonably Antonyms: unfairly, unjustly Example Sentence:  She has impartially proofread the speed test.   ...

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VOCABULARY FOR THE DAY VAUNT (VERB): boast Synonyms: brag, flaunt Antonyms: conceal, hide Example Sentence: He likes to vaunt whenever he is with his friends.   ...

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VOCABULARY FOR THE DAY PERJURY (NOUN): deception Synonyms: falsehood, dishonesty Antonyms: frankness, openness Example Sentence: His friend who lied about his whereabouts will soon face...

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1. PIQUANT (ADJECTIVE): acrid Synonyms: sharp, stinging Antonyms: blunt, mild Example Sentence: Some chemicals have a very pungent smell.   2. CHEEKY (ADJECTIVE): bold Synonyms: brash, audacious Antonyms: afraid, fearful Example Sentence:...

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 MAR (VERB): spoil Synonyms: ruin, impair   Antonyms: repair, mend   Example Sentence: They tried to marred her image.    MANNED (ADJECTIVE): defended Synonyms: barricaded,...

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1. BERSERK (ADJECTIVE): Insane Synonyms: crazed, maniacal Antonyms: rational, sensible Example Sentence: Army went berserk with an arsenal of guns. 2. DORMANT (ADJECTIVE): Asleep Synonyms: comatose, sleeping Antonyms: active, wakeful Example...

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GNARLY (ADJECTIVE): different Synonyms: extraordinary, unique Antonyms: normal, ordinary Example Sentence: Ronit is my gnarly fellow.   SET OFF (VERB): redeem Synonyms: compensate, propitiate Antonyms: disagree, spoil...

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GNARLY (ADJECTIVE): different Synonyms: extraordinary, unique Antonyms: normal, ordinary Example Sentence: Ronit is my gnarly fellow.   SET OFF (VERB): redeem Synonyms: compensate, propitiate Antonyms: disagree, spoil...

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