Monday, September 9, 2013


 accede to give approval
I acceded the new project in English.
 brandish to shake or wave as a weapon
The soldier brandished his sword right before battle.
 comprise to include or contain
Our  English call is comprised of smart students.
 deft skillful or clever
I consider a painter to be deft.
 destitute deprived of
The family avoided the loan and therefore remained in destitute.
 explicit fully or clearly expressed or demonstrated
The movie was extremely explicit for young viewers.
 extirpate to remove or destroy totally
I want to extirpate the animal cruelty club.
 inopportune inappropriate
I feel her comments were inopportune.
 ironic The opposite of what is expected to happen
The movies outcome was ironic based on the plot.
 musty having an odor or flavor suggestive of mold
The abandoned building had a musty smell.
 officious objectionably aggressive in offering one's unrequested and unwanted services, help or advive
The maids at the hotel officiously offered help.
 ominous  portending evil or harm
The mystery book ominously told what was to come.
 pinnacle a lofty peakk
When we reached the pinnacle of the mountain, I was too scared to look down.
 premeditated planned in advance
Our groups plans were premeditated to the week before.
 rampant violent in action or spirit
The way she responded to the car accident was rampant.
 solace comfort in sorrow, misfortune, or trouble
When her aunt died, chocolate was her solace.
 stately majestic
Many say that stallions are stately.
 supple bending readily without breaking or becoming deformed
Some wire is supple.
 suppress to put an end to the activities of.
The United States suppressed the Nazi reign.
 venal open to bribery
The cop was venal for the teenager's speeding ticket.

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