Sunday, April 22, 2018

VOCAB OF THE DAY

SLY (ADJECTIVE): clever Synonyms: canny, impish   Antonyms: behaved, foolish Example Sentence: His sly strategy can help you gain everything back.             AUDACIOUS (ADJECTIVE): daring   Synonyms: bold, resolute   Antonyms: shy, timid   Example Sentence: He...

VOCAB OF THE DAY

ERRONEOUS (ADJECTIVE): wrong Synonyms: faulty, flawed Antonyms: accurate, genuine Example Sentence: She read an erroneous article.   ABASH (VERB): embarrass Synonyms: disconcert, rattle Antonyms: soothe, allay Example Sentence:...

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,...

VOCAB OF THE DAY

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

VOCAB OF THE DAY

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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