Thursday, December 1, 2022

VOCAB OF THE DAY

  CADGE (VERB): To beg or get by begging Synonyms: beg, sponge Antonyms: give, donate Example Sentence: He asked if he could cadge a ride from...

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  SMATTERING (NOUN): small amount Synonyms: modicum, smidgen Antonyms: entirety, whole Example Sentence: There is a smattering of ice cubes in the glass. SMACK (ADVERB):...

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  Example Sentence: He cajoled his boss but his boss was too smart to be flattered.   DISPASSIONATE (ADJECTIVE): disinterested  Synonyms: detached, imperturbable Antonyms: excited, passionate Example Sentence: The dispassionate coach hardly attended the...

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  SOLITARY (ADJECTIVE): alone Synonyms: lonely, aloof Antonyms: together, sociable Example Sentence: Tigers are rumored to be solitary animals. KEEN (ADJECTIVE): interested Synonyms: anxious, avid Antonyms: unconcerned,...

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  DISCLOSE (VERB): To make known (something private or secret). Synonyms: divulge, expose Antonyms: cover, hide Example Sentence: Then bending again to Raoul, he whispered: "Above all...

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  GRAVELY (ADVERB):very much; desperately Synonyms: deeply, seriously Antonyms: lightly, calmly Example Sentence: She listened to her father gravely. QUACKERY (NOUN):charlatanism Synonyms: trickery, deception Antonyms: reality, frankness Example Sentence: The meanest and most contemptible...

Vocab Of the Day

VOCABULARY 1.GRAVELY (ADVERB): very much; desperately Synonyms: deeply, seriously Antonyms: lightly, calmly Example Sentence:  She listened to her father gravely. QUACKERY (NOUN): charlatanism Synonyms: trickery, deception Antonyms: reality, frankness Example...

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VOCABULARY 1.CONVOKE (VERB): To cause to assemble in a meeting Synonyms: assemble, gather Antonyms: disperse, scatter Example Sentence:  The Committee was assured that they intended to convoke the...

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Onerous Meaning: (of a task or responsibility) involving a great deal of effort, trouble, or difficulty. Synonym: burdensome, heavy, inconvenient, troublesome, Antonym: easy, effortless Sentence: "he found his...

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  1.GAINSAY (VERB): oppose Synonyms: contravene, contradict Antonyms: agree, consent Example Sentence: Nobody had the nerve to gainsay the captain’s decision.   GAWK (VERB): to stare at Synonyms: ogle,...

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  1.ENAMOURED (VERB): delighted by Synonyms: enchanted, fascinated Antonyms: hated, disliked Example Sentence:  My brother is so enamored with cricket that he doesn’t miss a single match.   ...

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  1.ABEYANCE (NOUN): being inactive Synonyms: inactivity, dormancy Antonyms: continuance, activity Example Sentence:  The relief fund was put on abeyance by the NGO once the famine was over.   ...

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  1.ARREARS (NOUN): debt Synonyms: liability, obligation Antonyms: asset, excess Example Sentence:  All his accounts went into arrears when he lost his job.   AVARICE (NOUN): intense desire...

Vocab Of The Day – 07/03/2017

  1.LIVID (ADJECTIVE): upset Synonyms: somber, gloomy Antonyms: cheerful, happy Example Sentence:  The employees were livid about the imposed penalties.   NOSTALGIA (NOUN): a longing for a time...

Vocab Of The Day – 06/03/2017

  1.PRUDE (ADJECTIVE): conservative Synonyms: victorian, puritan Antonyms: contemporary, modern Example Sentence:  The old lady came across as a prude person to the teenagers.   ADORATION (NOUN): intense...

Vocab Of The Day – 04/03/2017

  1.SELFLESSNESS (NOUN): unselfish devotion Synonyms: altruism, charity Antonyms: greed , self-interest Example Sentence:  In the last two verses he reveals the nature of his selflessness.   ACME...

Vocab Of The Day – 03/03/2017

  1.EAGERNESS (NOUN): enthusiasm Synonyms: longing, yearning Antonyms: apathy, reluctance Example Sentence:  His eagerness for fame can be seen in his actions.   ARDUOUS (ADJECTIVE): difficult Synonyms: onerous, uphill Antonyms:...

Vocab Of The Day – 02/03/2017

  1.DAPPER (ADJECTIVE): neat in appearance. Synonyms: dashing, rakish Antonyms: disheveled, shabby Example Sentence:  Johnny, despite being poor got his clothes duly cleaned so he would look dapper...

Vocab Of The Day – 01/03/2017

1.BALMY (ADJECTIVE): enjoyable and gentle Synonyms: moderate, spring like Antonyms: violent, wintery Example Sentence: The crew of the cruise ship enjoyed the balmy weather with the guests...

Vocab Of The day – 28/02/2017

  1.ABASE (VERB): to lower so as to hurt feelings Synonyms: disgrace, belittle Antonyms: complement, honor Example Sentence: The cartoonist tried to abase the Minister’s reputation by drawing...

Vocab Of The day – 27/02/2017

1.TRAVAIL (VERB): to work hard or with a great deal of effort Synonyms: struggle, labor Antonyms: lethargy, laziness Example Sentence: Bale travailed during the training so he...

Vocab Of The day – 26/02/2017

  ANOMALY (NOUN): something unexpected Synonyms: rarity, aberration Antonyms: standard, regularity Example Sentence: Sam has a history of failing classes so his good grades were a...

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