MAGOOSH ADVANCED BY MAHEDI

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Abjure
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formally reject or give up [ as a belief শপথপূর্বক পরিত্যাগ করা While the church believed that Galileo abjured the heliocentric theory under threat of torture, he later wrote a book clearly supporting the theory. to give up a belief or an activity solemnly renounce (a belief, cause, or claim). syn--renounce*, relinquish*, reject, dispense with, forgo*, forswear*, disavow,* abandon*, deny, gainsay*, disclaim, repudiate*, give up, spurn*, abnegate*; drop; eschew; kick; disaffirm, shun. sen Although chocolate cake is Martha's favorite dessert, she has chosen to abjure it while on her diet. Because the lawyer felt his potential client was uncooperative, he decided to abjure the case and let another attorney handle it. Even though Tom made a promise to abjure from criminal acts, he continued to break the law.
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Abrogate
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revoke formally. উচ্ছেদ করা to abolish or repeal or do away with (a law, right, or formal agreement). to nullify. synonyms: repudiate, revoke, repeal, rescind, overturn, overrule, override, do away with, annul, cancel, break off, invalidate, nullify, void, negate, dissolve, countermand, veto, discontinue, retract,remove, withdraw, abolish, quash,void,vitiate, disafirm.
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adjudicate v
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make a formal judgment on a disputed matter. act as a judge in a competition. to arrive at a judgment or competition. ন্যায়নির্ণয় করা synonyms: judge, adjudge, try, hear, examine, arbitrate, decide on, decide, settle, resolve, determine, referee, umpire.
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Afford
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provide with an opportunity. have enough money to pay for something. provide or supply (an opportunity or facility). "the rooftop terrace affords beautiful views" synonyms: provide, supply, present, purvey, make available, offer, give, impart, bestow, furnish, render, grant, yield, produce, bear. The summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro affords a panoramic view that encompasses both Tanzania and Kenya. ***This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE
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anachronism
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noun : something that is inappropriate for the given time period (usually something old). Dressed in 15th century clothing each day, Edward was a walking anachronism. কালবৈষম্য something that doesn't fit its time period, like if you say you'll "dial" your smartphone
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Alacrity (n)
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cheerful or speedy willingness. an eager willingness to do something. brisk and cheerful readiness. "she accepted the invitation with alacrity" synonyms: eagerness, willingness, readiness; enthusiasm, ardor, fervor, keenness, joyousness, liveliness, zeal;
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Anathema
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a detested person; the source of somebody's hate. something or someone that vehemently dislikes. something or someone that one strongly dislikes; someone who is cursed or shunned. synonyms-- abhorrent, abhorrence, hateful,odious, abomination, offensive, repugnant,repellent. Hundreds of years ago, Galileo was anathema to the church; today the church is anathema to some on the left side of the political spectrum. After the world learned of his heinous crimes, the dictator was considered an anathema. The children hate wearing uniforms to school and view the dress code as an anathema. অভিশাপ
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anemic
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(adjective): lacking energy and vigor. exhausted; weak. suffering from anemia. colorless, bloodless, pale, pallid, wan, ashen, white, white as a ghost/sheet, gray, jaundiced, waxen, chalky, chalk-white, milky, pasty, pasty-faced, whey-faced, peaky, sickly, tired-looking, washed out, sallow, drained, drawn, sapped, ghostly, deathly, deathlike, bleached; rare,tiolated. lacking in colour, spirit, or vitality. "an anaemic aspidistra stood in the grate" synonyms: feeble, weak, insipid, pallid, pale, wishy-washy, vapid, bland, poor, puny, flat, inadequate; lame, tame, uninspired, unimaginative, lacklustre, spiritless, half-hearted, vigourless, lifeless, powerless, impotent, ineffective, ineffectual, enervated, bloodless; informalpathetic; rare, etiolated. sentences - Although the woman was anemic, she made one final push in order to deliver her baby. If I appear anemic, it's because I haven't eaten in a couple of days. After three straight shows, the lead actress gave an anemic performance the fourth night, barely speaking loudly enough for those in the back rows to hear
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anodyne
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(noun): something that soothes or relieves pain. something used to comfort or relieve pain. বেদনানাশক. a painkilling drug or medicine. syn-- painkiller, analgesic, palliative, assuagement. The doctor promised to give me a strong anodyne to relieve the throbbing in my neck. Because my aunt has terminal cancer, she often uses marijuana as an anodyne for pain. The soft music is the perfect anodyne to help me relax after work.
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Anodyne
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anodyne (adjective): inoffensive. not likely to cause offence or disagreement and somewhat dull. "anodyne music". synonyms: bland, inoffensive, innocuous, neutral, unobjectionable, unexceptionable, unremarkable, commonplace, dull, tedious, run-of-the-mill. Wilbur enjoyed a spicy Mexican breakfast, but Jill prefered a far more anodyne meal in the mornings.
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antic
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(adjective): ludicrously odd. funny act. The clown's antic act was too extreme for the youngest children, who left the room in tears. This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE.
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aplomb
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(noun): great coolness and composure under strain. confidence and skill shown, especially in a difficult situation; keeping your cool. self-confidence or assurance, especially when in a demanding situation. synonyms: poise, self-assurance, assurance, self-possession, self-confidence, calmness**, composure**, collectedness, sangfroid, equilibrium, equanimity**, nerve, nonchalance; savoir faire, cool. sentences-- Nancy acted with aplomb during dangerous situations--she once calmly climbed up an oak tree to save a cat. Because the negotiator handled the hostage situation with aplomb, the kidnapper released everyone without harm. Jason handled his first acting role with aplomb and won over his critics.
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Apogee
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(noun): the highest point. apogee (n.) a final climactic stage. Synonyms: culmination. phase. stage. The apogee of the Viennese style of music, Mozart's music continues to mesmerize audiences well into the 21st century. The apogee of my happiness was when I married the love of my life. The hikers reached the apogee of the mountain at sunset and were glad to start descent the following day. At the apogee of fame, the popular show announced its final season.
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apostate
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(noun): a person who has abandoned a religious faith or cause. ধর্মত্যাগী. APOSTASY. a person who renounces a religious or political belief or principle. synonyms: dissenter**, heretic**, nonconformist**; defector**, deserter**, traitor, turncoat; schismatic; archaic , recusant, recreant**, renegade**. An apostate of the Republican Party, Sheldon has yet to become affiliated with any party and dubs himself an independent. ***Examples of Apostate in a sentence When John challenged his church's views, the leaders began to see him as an apostate. Anne was viewed as a dangerous apostate once she left the cult. After Katie exposed the church's secrets, she was regarded as an apostate. To reject a religion that preaches hate and intolerance, I'll gladly become an apostate. Phillip became an apostate and stopped going to church after his wife was murdered.
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apothegm
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(noun): a short, pithy instructive saying. syn-- maxim, axiom, aphorism. One of my mother's favorite apothegms was that "you can't buy happiness." Winston Churchill is famous for many apothegms, but this might be his most famous: "It has been said that democracy is the worst form of government except all the others that have been tried." Growing up, mom always used the apothegm "failure teaches success" although I do not know where she got it from.
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apotheosis
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the highest point in the development of something; a culmination or climax. "his appearance as Hamlet was the apotheosis of his career" synonyms: culmination, climax, crowning moment, peak, pinnacle, summit, zenith, apex, acme, apogee, high point, highest point, height. apotheosis (noun): exaltation to divine status; the highest point of development. As difficult as it is to imagine, the apotheosis of Mark Zuckerberg's career, many believe, is yet to come. Definition of Apotheosis perfect example of something or the best point in one's life or job Examples of Apotheosis in a sentence I consider the apotheosis of my career to be when I received CEO of the company. When my teacher said that my sculpture was the apotheosis of all the other pieces of art in the class, I was thrilled. When she walked down the aisle in her wedding gown, everyone thought she was the apotheosis of beauty. The apotheosis of the television show was when they announced the winner. We were ecstatic to meet the athlete who was said to be the apotheosis of his sport.
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APPROBATORY
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adj. complimentary SYN-- ACCLAMATORY, APPROBATIVE, congratulatory, praiseful, affirmative, approving, laudatory, praising, laudatory, praising, applauding, plauditory, commendatory . (adjective): expressing praise or approval Although it might not be her best work, Hunter's new novel has received generally approbatory reviews.
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appropriate
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(verb): to give or take something by force The government appropriated land that was occupied by squatters, sending them scurrying for another place to live. *** This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE.
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appropriate
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appropriate (verb): to allocate The committe appropriated the funds to its various members. . This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE
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appurtenant
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আনুষঙ্গিক.. (adjective): supply added support. belonging. supportive, auxiliary, accessory, adjunct, adjuvant, ancillary. In hiking Mt. Everest, sherpas are appurtenant, helping climbers both carry gear and navigate treacherous paths. Appurtenant to the property, the single oak stump was an eyesore to both the owners and the neighbors.
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arch
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(adjective): to be deliberately teasing. The baroness was arch, making playful asides to the townspeople; yet because they couldn't pick up on her dry humor, they thought her supercilious. ***This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE
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arrant
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(adjective): complete and wholly (usually modifying a noun with negative connotation). complete, utter. "what arrant nonsense!" synonyms: **utter, **downright, thoroughgoing, absolute, complete, thorough, through and through, total, unmitigated, outright, out-and-out, real, perfect, consummate, surpassing, sheer, rank, pure, unqualified, inveterate, positive, undiluted, unalloyed, unadulterated, in every respect, unconditional; **blatant, ***flagrant, overt, naked, barefaced, ***brazen; full-bore; informaldeep-dyed; informal right. An arrant fool, Lawrence surprised nobody when he lost all his money in a pyramid scheme that was every bit as transparent as it was corrupt. The kitten's arrant mischievousness has gotten him into all sorts of mishaps.
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arriviste
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**** (noun): a person who has recently reached a position of power; a social climber. The city center was aflutter with arrivistes who each tried to outdo one another with their ostentatious sports cars and chic evening dress. an ambitious or ruthlessly self-seeking person. synonyms: social climber, status seeker, would-be, go-getter, self-seeker, adventurer, adventuress; newcomer, upstart, parvenu, parvenue, vulgarian; the nouveau riche, the new rich, new money
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arrogate
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(verb): seize and control without authority. গর্ব প্রকাশ করা ঔদ্ধত্য প্রকাশ করা অন্যায়পূর্বক দাবি করা অন্যায্যভাবে আরোপ করা to seize without having the right to do so. synonyms: assume, take, take on, take over, secure, acquire*, seize*, expropriate*, take possession of, help oneself to, make free with, appropriate, steal, wrest, usurp, commandeer, hijack*, annex*, claim*,
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artifice
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কারচুপি. noun: cunning tricks used to deceive others. synonyms: trickery*, deviousness, deceit*, deception*, dishonesty*, cheating*, duplicity*, guile*, cunning*, artfulness*, wiliness, craft*, craftiness*, evasion*, slyness*, chicanery*, intrigue, subterfuge*, strategy*, bluff*, pretence*; fraud*, fraudulence*, sophistry, sharp practice; informal monkey business, funny business, hanky-panky, jiggery-poker. চালাকি cleverness, artifice, archness, slyness, intelligence, adroitness. চাতুরী dexterity, evasion, skill, finesse, intelligence, artifice ধূর্ততা deception, craft, artfulness, adroitness, artifice নির্মাণকৌশল architecture, artifice রচনাকৌশল artifice, style. Examples of Arrogate in a sentence The gang is trying to arrogate the public park and turn it into their private meeting space. During her supervisor's absence, Jen took it upon herself to arrogate a leadership role on her team.
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artless (adjective)
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(adjective): without cunning or deceit. without guile or deception. "an artless, naive girl" without effort or pretentiousness; natural and simple. Despite the president's seemingly artless speeches, he was a skilled and ruthless negotiator. synonyms: natural, naive, simple, innocent, childlike, pure, ingenuous, guileless, candid, open, honest, sincere, frank, straightforward, unaffected, unpretentious, modest, unassuming.
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artlessness (noun)
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(noun): the quality of innocence. I, personally, found the artlessness of her speech charming.
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assiduously (adverb)
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with care and persistence. see -- Assiduous. The top college football program recruits new talent assiduously, only choosing those who were the top in their county. diligent. sedulous. False reports were assiduously circulated by the intelligence department. She nursed him assiduously during an illness he had in 1765, and from that period till her death in 1776 they lived in the same house without any scandal.
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asperity
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(noun): harshness of manner. harshness of tone or manner. synonyms: harshness, sharpness, roughness, abrasiveness, severity, acerbity, astringency, bitterness, acidity, tartness, edge, acrimony, virulence, sarcasm. দারূণ শৈত্য asperity বন্ধুরতা roughness, asperity রূক্ষতা asperity কাটব্য rudeness, roughness, asperity কার্কশ্য fastness, toughness, roughness, asperity, brutality কঠোরতা hardness, austerity, firmness, harshness, rigor, asperity. The editor was known for his asperity, often sending severe letters of rejection to amateur writers.
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Atavism
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(noun): a reappearance of an earlier characteristic; throwback. Synonyms: reversion. throwback. return. recurrence. Much of the modern art movement was an atavism to a style of art found only in small villages through Africa and South America.
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attenuate v
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verb: to weaken (in terms of intensity); to taper off/become thinner. reduce the force, effect, or value of. diminished, impaired
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autocratic adj
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characteristic of an absolute ruler or absolute rule; having absolute sovereignty.
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autocratic (adjective)r
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offensively self-assured or given to exercising usually unwarranted power.
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baleful
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(adjective): threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments. Movies often use storms or rain clouds as a baleful omen of evil events that will soon befall the main character.
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base **
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base (adjective): the lowest, class were without any moral principles She was not so base as to begrudge the beggar the unwanted crumbs from her dinner plate. **This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE
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bastardization
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bastardization (noun): an act that debases or corrupts. The movie World War Z is a complete bastardization of the book with little more in common than zombies and a title
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beg**
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(verb): to evade or dodge (a question) By assuming that Charlie was headed to college--which he was not--Maggie begged the question when she asked him to which school he was headed in the Fall. **This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE
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bemoan (verb)
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bemoan (verb): express discontent or a stong regret. While the CEO carefully explained all the reasons for the cuts in benefits, after the meeting employees bemoaned the cuts as further evidence that management was against them.
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complaisant
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willing to please others or to accept what they do or say without protest. (adjective): showing a cheerful willingness to do favors for others. On her first day at the job, Annie was complaisant, fulfilling every request of her new employee and anticipating future requessts. "he went to join his apparently complaisant wife for Christmas" synonyms: willing, assenting, acquiescent, agreeable, amenable, cooperative, accommodating, obliging, biddable, compliant, pliant, deferential, docile, obedient, conformable, tractable
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conciliate
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stop (someone) being angry or discontented; placate. "concessions were made to conciliate the peasantry" synonyms: appease, placate, pacify, mollify, propitiate, assuage, calm down, soothe, humour, reconcile, disarm
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byzantine
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Intricate and complex. Getting a driver's license is not simply a matter of taking a test; the regulations and procedures are so byzantine that many have found themselves at the mercy of the Department of Motor Vehicles. synonyms-- confused. conglomerate. convoluted. daedal. elaborate. entangled. heterogeneous.
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callow
callow
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(adjective): young and inexperienced. Both Los Angeles and New York are known for callow out-of-towners hoping to make it big. (of a young person) inexperienced and immature. "earnest and callow undergraduates". synonyms: immature, inexperienced, naive, green, as green as grass, born yesterday, raw, unseasoned*, untrained, untried; juvenile*, adolescent, jejune**; innocent*, guileless*, artless*, unworldly, unsophisticated*; unskilled, rudimentary, abortive. immature, lacking in life experience. sentences-- Since the callow baker was new to cake decorating, she did not know how to properly frost the multi-layer cake. Alice is a callow secretary who needs to take a few more computer classes. ***When Sarah was a callow young girl, she believed she could get pregnant simply by kissing a boy.
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canard
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(noun): a deliberately misleading fabrication. The public will always be fooled by the media's canards. a phony report or story. false or unfounded story; fabricated report. Definition of Canard a phony report or story Examples of Canard in a sentence The newspaper was sued for publishing a canard about a popular celebrity. In order to sell magazines, the tabloid will knowingly print a canard that is not supported by facts. I eat plenty of apples and still get sick so I do not believe the canard about an apple a day keeping the doctor away. To get back at her ex-boyfriend, Jane made up a canard about him selling drugs. Before the election, the politician invented a canard about his rival and shared it with the media. synonym-- hoax, fabrication, rumor, swindle, exaggeration,fib, spoof.
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capitulate
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to give in; to surrender under certain terms. Paul, losing 19-0 in a ping-pong match against his nimble friend, basically capitulated when he played the last two points with his eyes closed. cease to resist an opponent or an unwelcome demand; yield. syn-- surrender, yield, succumb, submit,crumble,relent, accede,fall. Examples of Capitulate in a sentence After seeing himself on the news, the escaped convict decided to capitulate to avoid being shot by a police officer. I will not capitulate on this deal unless I receive the stock options I have requested! If Henry does not capitulate and turn himself in to authorities, he will spend the rest of his life running. I never thought my brother would capitulate and allow me to drive his car for a week.
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cataclysm
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(noun): an event resulting in great loss and misfortune. প্লাবন cataclysm, flood, inundation, diluvium বন্যা flood, flooding, inundation, cataclysm, diluvium আকস্মিক বিপর্য্যয় cataclysm সামাজিক বিপ্লব cataclysm রাজনৈতিক বিপ্লব cataclysm a large-scale and violent event in the natural world. synonyms: disaster, catastrophe, calamity, tragedy, devastation, crisis, holocaust, ruin, ruination, upheaval, convulsion, blow, shock, reverse, trouble, trial, tribulation; misfortune, mishap, accident, mischance, misadventure, woe, affliction, distress; Definition of Cataclysm an abrupt forceful event ***Examples of Cataclysm in a sentence-- The introduction of smallpox was a cataclysm for Native Americans, killing off more than half of their population. A severe attack upon the Internet could cause a cataclysm in the financial world. After the hurricane, the cataclysm of an earthquake further disrupted life on the Asian continent. The terrorist attack on September 11, 2001 was a cataclysm of destruction. According to our minister, a cataclysm will soon rid the world of all sinners. The tornado that swept through our town was a cataclysm that touched every family within the city limits.
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catholic
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of broad scope; universal. Jonah's friends said that Jonah's taste in music was eclectic; Jonah was quick to point out that not only was his taste eclectic but it was also catholic: he enjoyed music from countries as far-flung as Mali and mongolia. universal; broad and comprehensive universal; wide-ranging. broad-minded, universal. including a wide variety of things; all-embracing. "her tastes are pretty catholic". synonyms: diverse, diversified, wide, broad, broad-based, eclectic*, indiscriminate*; open-minded, broad-minded*, liberal*, tolerant*, undogmatic*, flexible, unbigoted*, unprejudiced*, unsectarian, ecumenical; general, universal*, widespread, global, worldwide, comprehensive*, all-encompassing all-embracing, all-inclusive, unlimited "her musical tastes are pretty catholic". extensive and widespread in choices and activities Examples of Catholic in a sentence As the busy young woman chose from the catholic events displayed, she could pick from sports to crafts to dancing and everything in between. In order to be a well-rounded person, Jeff enrolled in a catholic range of hobbies including weaving, rugby and dog breeding. In the catholic volumes, the student analyzed every minute aspect of the topic of chemistry.
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cede
cede
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(verb): relinquish possession or control over. সমর্পণ করা dedicate, yield, commit, surrender, commend, cede পরিত্যাগ করা waive, put away, forsake, throw up, give up, cede ছেড়ে দেওয়া give up, release, let go, let loose, cede, cession. give up (power or territory). "in 1874, the islands were ceded to Britain" synonyms: surrender, concede, relinquish, yield, part with, give up; hand over, deliver up, turn over, give over, make over, transfer, bequeath, grant, remit, renounce, resign, abandon, forgo, sacrifice, waive; to give away authority to a government, group, or person Examples of Cede in a sentence When Matt became terminally ill, he had no choice but to cede control of his company to his daughter. Dan was happy his mother had no plans to cede her maternal duties because he hated doing laundry. Because Ann believed her new job kept her away from home too much, she decided to cede the position to her assistant. The coach was forced to cede control of the team after he failed a drug test. Since I can no longer afford to make car payments, I am going to cede ownership of the vehicle back to my lender.
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celerity
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SYNONYMS-- press. promptitude. promptness. quickness. rapidity. rapidness. rashness. recklessness. dispatch. বেগ velocity, speed, severity, celerity, rapidity, career দ্রুততা agility, speed, swiftness, quickness, fastness, celerity দ্রুতি speed, fastness, swiftness, quickness, velocity, celerity অগৌণ promptness, celerity ক্ষিপ্রতা nimbleness, celerity, dispatch. quickness of motion; speed Examples of Celerity in a sentence The slave will be punished if his celerity is not fast enough for his master. When the commanding officer tells his soldiers to move, the men and women move with purposeful celerity. Alex should never drink liquor because the alcohol moves through his body with a celerity that makes him act foolish in minutes. In order to work as a ball person during a tennis game, you must be able to run with great celerity. People choose to travel by air because of the celerity of airplanes. We aim to respond to customers' questions with celerity and accuracy, with no longer than a 24 hour wait time.
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chagrin (n)
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annoyance or distress at having failed or been humiliated. "to my chagrin, he was nowhere to be seen" synonyms: annoyance, irritation, vexation, exasperation, displeasure, pique, spleen, crossness, anger, rage, fury, wrath; dissatisfaction, discontent, indignation, resentment, umbrage, disgruntlement, rankling, smarting, distress, discomposure, discomfiture, disquiet, fretfulness, frustration; embarrassment, mortification, humiliation, shame; noun বিরক্তি annoyance, nagging, molestation, bother, provocation, chagrin মর্মবেদনা heartbreak, heartache, chagrin অসন্তোষ dissatisfaction, discontent, unrest, displeasure, grudge, chagrin হতাশা chagrin verb বিরক্ত করা annoy, bother, pester, molest, displease, chagrin ব্যথিত করা pain, chagrin. Definition of Chagrin a feeling of being frustrated or annoyed because of failure or disappointment Examples of Chagrin in a sentence To her chagrin, Jill placed second in the beauty pageant. Much to my chagrin, I failed my math test. To the viewer's chagrin, the final episode of the television series ended with several unanswered questions. After finishing third in the race, I swallowed my chagrin and congratulated the winner. To his chagrin, the president realized his bill would not have the public's approval. Despite her father's chagrin, Jill wore the revealing dress to the dance.
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chagrin(v) (indignation)
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(verb): cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of. She never cared what others said about her appearance but was chagrined by the smallest comment from her mother. feel distressed or humiliated. annoyance or distress at having failed or been humiliated. "to my chagrin, he was nowhere to be seen" ***synonyms: annoyance, irritation, vexation, exasperation, displeasure, pique, spleen, crossness, anger, rage, fury, wrath; dissatisfaction, discontent, indignation, resentment, umbrage, disgruntlement, rankling, smarting, distress, discomposure, discomfiture, disquiet, fretfulness, frustration; embarrassment, mortification, humiliation, shame; informal aggravation; literary ire
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charlatan
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(noun): a flamboyant deceiver; one who attracts customers with tricks or jokes. a person falsely claiming to have a special knowledge or skill. a fraud, deceiver. "a self-confessed con artist and charlatan" synonyms: quack, mountebank, sham, fraud, fake, humbug, impostor, pretender, masquerader, hoodwinker, hoaxer, cheat, deceiver, dissembler, double-dealer, double-crosser, trickster, confidence trickster, cheater, swindler, fraudster, racketeer; rogue, villain, scoundrel; informal phoney, sharper, sharp, shark, conman, con artist, hustler, flimflammer, flimflam man; informaltwister; informalgrifter, bunco artist, gold brick, chiseller; informalshicer, magsman, illywhacker; informalschlenter; datedconfidence man/woman; raredefalcator, tregetour. হাতুড়ে ডাক্তার quack, charlatan বাগাড়ম্বরকারী charlatan অচিকিত্সক quack doctor, charlatan মূর্খ বৈদ্য charlatan, mountebank ভণ্ড hypocrite, impostor, pretender, dissembler, Pecksniff, charlatan নাড়িটেপা ডাক্তার quack, quack doctor, charlatan বুজরূক charlatan, quack হাতুড়ে charlatan চালিয়াত charlatan, raffish, rakish, stylish, uppish, uppity. a person who falsely pretends to know or be something in order to deceive people Examples of Charlatan in a sentence The charlatan pretended to be a doctor so he could go into the hospital and steal prescription drugs. After the charlatan tricked Janet out of her life savings, he became wanted by the police. The charlatan tried to deceive people into thinking he was a minister collecting donations for the poor. When the charlatan used the disguise of a police officer to rob senior citizens, real law enforcement agents were enraged. The charlatan lied when he promised the trustworthy couple he could help them find an affordable home in the city.
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chary
chary
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(adj.) extremely cautious, hesitant, or slow (to); reserved, diffident. wary; cautious; sparing. cautious; wary. cautiously or suspiciously reluctant to do something. "she had been chary of telling the whole truth" synonyms: wary, cautious, circumspect*, heedful, careful, guarded, mindful, watchful; distrustful, mistrustful, doubtful, sceptical, suspicious, dubious, hesitant, reluctant, disinclined, loath, averse, shy, nervous, apprehensive, uneasy, afraid; informal ,leery, cagey, iffy. apprehensive about doing something Examples of Chary in a sentence Because Vera was chary about going in the old house, I agreed to go in with her. School districts are incredibly chary about hiring people with criminal backgrounds. While Tim has plans to leave college, he is chary about telling his parents of his decision. The bride's nerves made her chary of getting married. Since my car accident, I have been chary about getting behind the wheel.
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chauvinism **
chauvinism **
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chauvinism (noun): fanatical patriotism; belief that one's group/cause is superior to all other groups/causes Vegetarians argue that man is chauvinistic in his belief that animals do not consciously feel the pain we humans do. **This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE. exaggerated or aggressive patriotism. synonyms: jingoism*, excessive patriotism*, blind patriotism*, excessive nationalism*, sectarianism*, isolationism*, excessive loyalty*, flag-waving, xenophobia*, racism*, racialism*, racial prejudice, ethnocentrism, ethnocentricity; partisanship, partiality, prejudice, bias, discrimination, intolerance, bigotry; male chauvinism, sexism*, misogyny অন্ধ দেশহিতৈষিতা chauvinism উগ্র জাতীয়তাবাদ chauvinism. a narrow-minded confidence in the supremacy of one's own group or gender***.. Examples of Chauvinism in a sentence Despite the chauvinism of the male racers, Danica went on to become a successful racecar driver. Racial chauvinism has kept minorities out of the exclusive country club for many years. In the religious sect, chauvinism is one of the factors that prevents women from pursuing college degrees. Danielle speaks out against chauvinism that targets female construction workers like herself. Even today, women continue to experience chauvinism when they pursue careers that were once dominated by men.
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chimera **(sp)
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(noun): something desired or wished for but is only an illusion and impossible to achieve Many believe that a world free of war is a chimera--a dream that ignores humanity's violent tendancies. a thing which is hoped for but is illusory or impossible to achieve. "the economic sovereignty you claim to defend is a chimera". synonyms: illusion, fantasy, delusion, dream, fancy, figment of the imagination, will-o'-the-wisp, phantom, mirage; **This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE. Definition of Chimera a creation of a person's mind; something that is not real Examples of Chimera in a sentence Ron's mental disorder caused him to believe there was a dangerous chimera out to get him. While on medication, I kept seeing a strange chimera that was not really there. It is obvious from all the tension in the country that racial tolerance is a chimera. When my son woke up screaming, it took him a while to realize the chimera chasing him was not real. My little girl believes the dancing unicorn is real and not a chimera. মিথ্যা কল্পনা chimera কাল্পনিক জীব chimera
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choleric
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bad-tempered or irritable. "he was a choleric, self-important little man" choleric (adjective): prone to outbursts of temper; easily angered While a brilliant lecturer, Mr. Dawson came across as choleric and unapproachable--very rarely did students come to his office hours. synonyms: bad-tempered, irascible, irritable, grumpy, grouchy, crotchety, tetchy, testy, crusty, cantankerous, curmudgeonly, ill-tempered, ill-natured, ill-humoured, peevish, cross, fractious, disagreeable, pettish, crabbed, crabby, waspish, prickly, peppery, touchy, scratchy, splenetic, shrewish, short-tempered, hot-tempered, quick-tempered, dyspeptic, bilious, liverish, cross-grained; argumentative, quarrelsome, uncooperative, contrary, perverse, difficult, awkward; informalsnappish, snappy, chippy, short-fused; informalshirty, stroppy, narky, ratty, eggy, like a bear with a sore head; informa lcranky, ornery, peckish, sore headed; informal snaky; waxy, miffy. দজ্জাল Dajjāla adjective দজ্জাল wayward, choleric, wicked, refractory বিরক্ত irritated, resentful, petulant, disaffected, peeved, choleric রাগান্বিত angry, grumpy, choleric, grumpish, acerbate রাগী testy, choleric বদরাগী apoplectic, choleric, crabbed. easily irritated; grumpy Examples of Choleric in a sentence Since I do not sleep well, I am choleric when someone calls me after I have gone to bed. The choleric baby would not stop crying. Because Frank knew his wife was in a choleric mood, he tried to avoid doing anything that would upset her. Even the slightest noise would disturb the choleric man and send him into a rage. Although Carol was having problems at home, she tried to not let those issues make her choleric at work. A lack of sleep has turned Harry into a choleric man who finds fault with everything. When Matt started to show signs of being choleric, the teacher asked him to lower his head until he was less irritable. Janice tried to do everything correctly to avoid annoying her choleric boss. After getting his shots, the choleric dog did not want to be touched. One of the side effects of Marc's depression is a choleric personality that makes him very short-tempered.
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churlish
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rude in a mean-spirited and surly way. "it seems churlish to complain" synonyms: rude, ill-mannered, discourteous, impolite, ungracious, unmannerly, uncivil, ungentlemanly, ungallant, unchivalrous; ill-bred, boorish, oafish, loutish; mean-spirited, ill-tempered, unkind, inconsiderate, uncharitable; ill-humoured, surly, sullen; informalignorant. অভদ্র bearish, vulgar, indecent, uncivil, discourteous, churlish অসভ্য savage, barbarian, uncivilized, uncultured, bearish, churlish চাষাড়ে boorish, country, churlish রূক্ষ rugged, cavalier, rough, churlish, haughty, heathenish অবাধ্য disobedient, refractory, turbulent, unruly, intractable, churlish একগুঁয়ে stubborn, obstinate, chesty, opinionated, gnarly, churlish ইতর abusive, churlish, currish, Ignoble, low-bred. Definition of Churlish rude; impolite Examples of Churlish in a sentence Although Ms. X is a beautiful and talented actress, she has a reputation for being churlish and difficult to get along with. Linda decided never to call that babysitter again because the nanny-cam showed that she acted churlish with the children. While I know that Matthew can sometimes be very churlish, I'm thankful that at least he's courteous and respectful when he's behind the wheel. Melissa decided not to accept Freddie's offer to escort her to the party because she knew he became churlish if he had more than two beers. Maria is a very efficient nurse, but her patients find her bedside manner to be churlish and unpleasant. According to the latest memo, the new manager is not going to put up with the churlish employee attitudes that have driven customers away. When the city tore down the historic courthouse to make room for covered parking, the editorial section of the newspaper carried dozens of churlish commentaries from angry taxpayers. I admit that I wake up churlish every morning, but my mood improves drastically after I have my cup of coffee. If you're going to be churlish about going with me to the ballet, I'd prefer to just go by myself. A Christmas Carol is a timeless Christmas story where three ghosts give Ebenezer Scrooge, a churlish, miserly sourpuss, a chance to change his life and enjoy the true spirit of Christmas. https://youtu.be/8klVY4q-xX4.
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complaisant
complaisant
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(adjective): showing a cheerful willingness to do favors for others. On her first day at the job, Annie was complaisant, fulfilling every request of her new employee and anticipating future request. willing to please others or to accept what they do or say without protest. "he went to join his apparently complaisant wife for Christmas". synonyms: willing, assenting, acquiescent, agreeable, amenable, cooperative, accommodating, obliging, biddable, compliant, pliant, deferential, docile, obedient, conformable, tractable. genteel,polite,gentle,modest,unpretentious, unassuming, fawning,submissive, unpresuming, unpresumptuous. সুশীল genteel, good, complaisant, gentle, polite, modest শিষ্ট courtly, courteous, civil, gracious, amiable, complaisant বিনয়ী modest, unpretentious, submissive, compliant, genteel, complaisant ভদ্র polite, bland, gentle, suave, respectful, complaisant সেবকোচিত complaisant, fawning অন্যকে খুশি করতে আগ্রহী complaisant বিনয়ী unassuming, unpresuming, unpresumptuous. Definition of Complaisant marked by an inclination to please or oblige Examples of Complaisant in a sentence Marsha's complaisant character made her the perfect servant. Because John is too complaisant in his willingness to please others, people often take advantage of him. In the movie, the heroine had a complaisant personality which made it impossible for her to deny anyone anything. During the flight, I was lucky enough to have an attendant who was friendly and complaisant and made sure all my needs were met. The complaisant little boy gave away all his cookies to his friends. After my husband cheated on me, I did not feel the urge to be complaisant in divorce court.
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complicit
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complicit (adjective): Associated with or participating in an activity, especially one of a questionable nature. While the grand jury cleared the senator of all criminal charges, in the public mind he was still complicit in the corruption.
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complicity
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কুকর্মের সহকারিতা complicity দুষ্কর্মে সহায়তা বা অংশগ্রহণ complicity. the fact or condition of being involved with others in an activity that is unlawful or morally wrong. "they were accused of complicity in the attempt to overthrow the government". synonyms: collusion, involvement, collaboration, connivance, abetment; conspiracy. Definition of Complicity the condition of being involved in an act of wrongdoing Examples of Complicity in a sentence Your complicity in the crime is probably going to earn you five years in prison. Since I did not have any complicity in the case, it was easy for my lawyer to get me released from jail. The politician blamed the fraud on his staff members and refused to accept any complicity for the financial deception. Although Jack did not rob the store, he will be charged with complicity in the crime because he gave his friends the alarm code. Because the bartender kept selling drinks to the intoxicated man, she is being indicted for complicity in drunk driving. When Jill told the police she knew about the murder beforehand, she was charged with complicity and sentenced to two years in prison.
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compliant
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অনুবর্তী compliant, consequential, attending, consequent, serving, accompanying বিনয়ী modest, unpretentious, submissive, compliant, genteel, disciplined শিষ্ট courtly, courteous, civil, gracious, amiable, compliant বাধ্য acquiescent, compliant, subjacent, submissive বশংবদ compliant, tied to one's apron-strings. disposed to agree with others or obey rules, especially to an excessive degree; acquiescent. "a compliant labour force". synonyms: acquiescent, amenable, biddable, tractable, complaisant, accommodating, cooperative, adaptable; obedient, docile, manageable, malleable, pliable, pliant, flexible, submissive, dutiful, tame, meek, yielding, easily handled, like putty in one's hands, controllable, unresisting, unassertive, passive, governable, persuadable, Definition of Compliant observing the requirements and rules Examples of Compliant in a sentence The teacher was shocked when her normally rebellious class became compliant. If your restaurant does not become compliant with the health department codes, it will be closed down. Many child psychologists believe negative consequences do not make students compliant. When the prisoner was moved to the courthouse, four guards accompanied him to make sure he would be compliant and not misbehave in court. My friend recently bought a shock collar to make her dog more compliant. As soon as my teenage daughter thinks I am going to take away her mobile phone, she becomes compliant and follows directions.
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conciliate
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(verb): to make peace with His opponents believed his gesture to be conciliatory, yet as soon as they put down their weapons, he unsheathed a hidden sword. সন্তুষ্ট করা satisfy, please, content, conciliate, gratify, glut শান্ত করা calm, cradle, quiet, soothe, placate, conciliate স্বপক্ষে আনা conciliate ঠাণ্ডা করা conciliate প্রশমিত করা curb, allay, moderate, conciliate, get under, Extenuate. বিরুদ্ধতা অতিক্রম করা conciliate. stop (someone) being angry or discontented; placate. "concessions were made to conciliate the peasantry" synonyms: appease, placate, pacify, mollify, propitiate, assuage, calm down, soothe, humour, reconcile, disarm. Definition of Conciliate make calm and content; placate Examples of Conciliate in a sentence Before mediating between the two parties, the judge attempted to conciliate the plaintiff to prevent unnecessary litigation. Nothing Frank did could conciliate Ruthie after she lost her necklace which she received as an heirloom. The seasoned ambassador did his utmost to conciliate France after fighting broke out along its southern border, to no avail. Attempting to conciliate the angry protesters, Bob held up his hands and urged everyone to take a deep breath. Sarah rebuffed William's attempts to conciliate her by buying her a bouquet of flowers.
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concomitant
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সহগামী accompanying, concurrent, concomitant সংযুক্ত attached, connected, linked, combined, associated, concomitant সহবর্তী concomitant সহচারী concomitant সঙ্গী buddy, compeer, concomitant, Fellow, pursuivant সহঘটিত concomitant, concurrent সহগামী বিষয় concomitant. naturally accompanying or associated. "she loved travel, with all its concomitant worries" synonyms: attendant, accompanying, associated, collateral, related, connected, linked; accessory, auxiliary; resultant, resulting, consequent. Definition of Concomitant happening at the same time as something else Examples of Concomitant in a sentence Because the contractor and decorator agreed to concomitant work schedules in the final stages of construction, the house was ready to show well ahead of time. The concomitant sensations I received from the mixture of warm blackberry pie and melting vanilla ice cream took me to dessert heaven. Pharmaceutical cocktails are designed to fight specific diseases by administering several concomitant drugs to the patient. With its concomitant lightning, thunder, and pelting rain, the storm sent the dogs running for the safety of the closet, and we didn't see them again for two hours. The mosquito has an extraordinary process for biting warm-blooded animals that involves the concomitant numbing of the skin and ingesting of blood. Puberty is the stage of life where adolescents begin to experience concomitant changes in their bodies, their emotions, and their view of their parents.
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conflagration
conflagration
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(noun): a very intense and uncontrolled fire. In the summer months, conflagrations are not uncommon in the southwest, do to the heat and lack of rain. অগ্নিকাণ্ড fire, brawl, conflagration, melee, affray, incident অগ্নিদাহ conflagration ব্যাপক ও বিধ্বংসী অগ্নিকাণ্ড conflagration. an extensive fire which destroys a great deal of land or property. "tinder-dry conditions sparked fears of a conflagration in many drought-devastated communities". synonyms: fire, blaze, flames, inferno, firestorm, holocaust. Definition of Conflagration conflict or war Examples of Conflagration in a sentence It seems as though the conflagration in the Middle East has been going on for centuries. Although you are angry at her, do not let such a small argument turn into a huge conflagration. How many military troops are currently involved in the conflagration in Afghanistan? After the treaty is signed, the conflagration between the two countries will come to an end. The conflagration between the teachers and the school board has led to a teacher strike. Hopefully, the two political parties will end their conflagration and pass the budget bill soon.
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conflate
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(verb): mix together different elements or concepts. In her recent book, the author conflates several genres--the detective story, the teen thriller, and the vampire romance--to create a memorable read. গলিয়ে মিশিয়ে দেওয়া. syn-- change integrity. immix. gauge. conjugate. merge. accrete. coalesce. melt. blend, alloy,absorb,flux.,mix in, absorb, meld, syncretise Definition of Conflate to blend two or more things into one whole Examples of Conflate in a sentence Every time she gets a cold, Sandy seems to conflate it with some other illness. To conflate art and science, teachers must design activities that blend the two. My grandmother tries to conflate my first name with my sister's name and morphs it into one moniker. I was able to conflate the two processes into one, blending it down into a solid formula. The scientist tried to conflate the two chemicals, but they exploded instead of blending.
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contentious
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বিতর্কমূলক contentious, problematical কুঁদুলে contentious কলহপ্রিয় contentious, pugnacious কলহপরায়ণ cantankerous, contentious ঝগড়াটে contentious, fratchy, querulous adjective কলহপ্রি় quarrelsome, contentious, cantankerous, grumpish, grumpy, ill-tempered বাদানুবাদপূর্ণ contentious কুস্বভাব feisty, grumpy, shrewish, cantankerous, carnaptious, contentious মোকদ্দমাপ্রি় contentious. causing or likely to cause an argument; controversial. "a contentious issue" synonyms: controversial, disputable, debatable, disputed, contended, open to question/debate, moot, vexed; ambivalent, equivocal, unsure, uncertain, unresolved, undecided, unsettled, borderline; grumpy, pugnacious, likely to argue. Definition of Contentious causing or likely to cause an argument Examples of Contentious in a sentence The author wrote a contentious novel which caused a great deal of unrest. How is this contentious issue being handled by the usually reserved committee? As a rule, I tend to avoid contentious topics of conversation which might lead to arguments. The candidate's stance on abortion will be a contentious topic among voters. While my grandfather was adored by many people, quite a few others found him to be a contentious man. If this case goes to court, it could be a contentious trial which might last for months.
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corollary
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অনুসিদ্ধান্ত corollary অনুমান guess, hypothesis, conjecture, presumption, inference, corollary উপসিদ্ধান্ত corollary. (noun): a practical consequence that follows naturally. A corollary of Hurricane Sandy, which ravaged the east coast of the U.S., is a push to build higher sea walls to protect against future hurricanes. Definition of Corollary a natural consequence, or a result that naturally follows Examples of Corollary in a sentence While the expected corollary of staying up all night was to ace the final exam, Cynthia found that she actually fell asleep halfway through and didn't finish. As a corollary of splitting the company into two separate parts that provided different services, many former customers canceled their subscriptions. In this time of parents who work long hours on demanding jobs, the corollary is a generation of children who have been spoiled by material things. Gabriel was delighted to find that being on the invitation lists for more parties was an unexpected corollary of his hobby as an amateur magician. Because demand for the next great thing was an expected corollary of the advertising blitz, store shelves and stock rooms were filled with the new product. The unfortunate corollary of the younger generation's expertise with technology is a growing deficiency in traditional communication forms.
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cosseted (verb):
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আদর করা cocker, cuddle, fondle, coddle, honor, cosset (verb): treat with excessive indulgence The king and queen cosseted the young prince, giving him a prized miniature pony for his fifth birthday. care for and protect in an overindulgent way. "all her life she'd been cosseted by her family". synonyms: pamper, indulge, overindulge, mollycoddle, coddle, baby, pet, mother, nanny, nursemaid, pander to, spoon-feed
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coterminous
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সমব্যাপ্ত coterminous সমসীম coterminous একই সীমানাবিশিষ্ট coterminous. belonging. coefficient. coetaneous. coeval. coexistent. coincident. coincidental. collateral. (adjective): being of equal extent or scope or duration The border of the state is coterminous with geographic limits on travel; the east and north are surrounded by a nearly uncrossable river and the south by a desert. syn-- adjacent,contiguous, neighboring, abutting,connecting,interconnecting,joined,impinging, juxtaposed, near, touching, near, touching,joining, verging, approximal, Definition of Coterminous having the same border or covering the same area as something else Examples of Coterminous in a sentence The little town of Richland is coterminous with the parish of Richland as they share the same border. Some places have political and physical lines and although sometimes the same, the two are not always conterminous. Tipton county only includes one town, so it would make sense that the coterminous areas share the same name. In this case, the small village is conterminous with the town of Daniel since they have the same northern border. There are two counties with the name of lake, but they are not coterminous since they are in different states.
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countermand
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revoke or cancel (an order). "an order to arrest the strike leaders had been countermanded". synonyms: revoke, rescind, reverse, undo, repeal, retract, withdraw, take back, abrogate, abolish, quash, scrap, override, overturn, overrule, do away with, set aside, cancel, annul, invalidate, nullify, negate, veto, declare null and void; back-pedal on, backtrack on, do a U-turn on; disaffirm, discharge, avoid, vacate, vitiate; informalaxe, ditch, dump, knock on the head; recall; disannul. Definition of Countermand to change or retract a command Examples of Countermand in a sentence Since the bank robbers have hostages, the police chief decided to countermand the order to storm the building. Jane hoped her father would countermand her curfew and allow her to stay out past midnight for the homecoming dance. After learning his troops would be outnumbered in battle, the colonel elected to countermand the order and return to camp. The government's decision to countermand prohibition made alcohol drinkers very happy. Because my mother is afraid of my father, she will never countermand one of his rules. The appeals court chose to countermand the lower's court guilty verdict.
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cow **
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cow (verb): to intimidate. Do not be cowed by a 3,000-word vocabulary list: turn that list into a deck of flashcards! **This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE. verb cause (someone) to submit to one's wishes by intimidation. "the intellectuals had been cowed into silence" synonyms: intimidate, daunt, browbeat, bully, badger, dragoon, bludgeon, tyrannize, overawe, awe, dismay, dishearten, unnerve, subdue, scare, terrorize, frighten, petrify; psych out, bulldoze, railroad.ma
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crestfallen
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বিমর্ষ crestfallen, dejected হতাশ crestfallen adjective বিষণ্ণ sad, bored, depressed, dreary, dusky, crestfallen ভগ্নোত্সাহ disheartened, disappointed, depressed, mopish, sad and disappointed. "he came back empty-handed and crestfallen" synonyms: downhearted, downcast, despondent, disappointed, disconsolate, disheartened, discouraged, dispirited, dejected, depressed, desolate, heartbroken, broken-hearted, heavy-hearted, low-spirited, in the doldrums, sad, glum, gloomy, dismal, doleful, miserable, unhappy, woebegone, forlorn, long-faced, fed up; abashed, taken aback, dismayed, sheepish, hangdog, abject, defeated. Definition of Crestfallen unhappy about a recent experience Examples of Crestfallen in a sentence After losing comrades in battle, several crestfallen soldiers cried in their tents. When my husband learned his rival had gotten the promotion he wanted, he was crestfallen. A crestfallen John did not know how to deal with being dumped by his girlfriend. After the big game, the crestfallen players of the losing team were silent in their misery. The young politician was crestfallen after not winning the election. When Jane learned she did not win the scholarship, she was crestfallen and cried for days. brought low in spirit. I asked Maria on a date and she refused without a moment's thought; I was crestfallen.
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cupidity
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voracity,avidity,avarice,rapacity,allurement,covetous(adj) লোভ Esurien লালসা cupidity অর্থলোলুপতা cupidity সম্পত্তির লোভ cupidity noun ধনলিপ্সা avarice, cupidity ধনতৃষ্ণা avarice, cupidity লোভ temptation, allurement, greediness, cupidity, love, avarice ধনলোভ avarice, cupidity Definition of Cupidity excessive desire or greed Examples of Cupidity in a sentence John's cupidity led him to try and rob the bank. Because of my husband's cupidity, he is now sitting in jail for making counterfeit money. Cupidity often leads people to take things that do not belong to them. When the president was arrested for theft of company funds, he made no attempt to apologize for his cupidity. Jane got arrested for shoplifting because she could not control her cupidity. Even when Frank won the lottery, he was still consumed by cupidity and continued to count every penny.
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crystallize **
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crystallize (verb): cause to take on a definite and clear shape. Only after fifteen minutes of brainstorming did Samantha's ideas for the essay crystallize. **This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE
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curmudgeon
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n. a grouchy, surly person. Since Uncle Mike was the family curmudgeon, each Thanksgiving he was plied with copious amounts of wine, in the hope that she would become less grouchy. a bad-tempered or surly person. synonyms: bad-tempered person; crank; sourpuss, old trout;bear with a sore head; বদমেজাজি লোক curmudgeon, cross-patch খিটখিটে লোক curmudgeon কিপটে লোক curmudgeon, Scrooge noun কৃপণ লোক Definition of Curmudgeon a person who is ill-tempered Examples of Curmudgeon in a sentence My neighbor is a curmudgeon who keeps the soccer balls that accidentally come into his yard. When I learned the school curmudgeon would be my math teacher, I knew I would be miserable all year. The waitress hates serving Mr. Smith because he is a curmudgeon who never leaves a tip. Because we know Mrs. Green is a curmudgeon who never gives out candy, we skip her house on Halloween. Although Rex is one of the world's best golfers, he is also a curmudgeon who is always looking for a fight.
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debonair (adj)
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adjective ভদ্র polite, bland, gentle, suave, respectful, debonair সুদর্শন handsome, goodly, debonair, bonny, bonnie, gracious চমত্কার pretty, fantastic, excellent, gorgeous, superb, debonair সুন্দর beautiful, pretty, fine, polished, fairy, debonair প্রফুল্ল cheerful, cheery, upbeat, jolly, jovial, debonair প্রফুল্লিত chirping, youthful, buoyant, winsome, perky, debonair. (of a man) confident, stylish, and charming. "all the men looked debonair and handsome in white tie and tails" synonyms: suave, urbane, sophisticated, cultured, self-possessed, self-assured, confident, charming, gracious, well mannered, civil, courteous, gallant, chivalrous, gentlemanly, refined, polished, well bred, genteel, dignified, courtly; well dressed, well groomed, well turned out, elegant, stylish, smart, dashing, dapper, spruce, trim, attractive; soigné; informal smooth, swish, swanky, snappy, sharp, cool; informal spiffy, fly; informal on fleek; dated mannerly; archaictrig, gentle. Definition of Debonair confident and stylish; suave Examples of Debonair in a sentence : having a sophisticated charm James Bond is known for his good looks, high tech gadgets, and debonair manner. Everyone is excited about the idea of the handsome athlete playing a debonair spy in the new movie. On the day of his wedding, my brother looked debonair in his tuxedo. The debonair man knew he could win the woman over with a smile and a few choice words. With his dirty hair and rumpled clothing, the homeless man looked far from debonair. On screen and in person, the Hollywood actor always manages to look so debonair. The con man became distraught when he realized his trial was to be overseen by a male judge who would not be impressed by his debonair attitude. As soon as the debonair singer walked on the stage, all the female audience members screamed. Have you ever seen the movie about the innocent young woman who kills the debonair playboy after he dumps her? Because the teenager wanted to look debonair at the dance, he bought a stylish new suit for the event. When the female suspects saw the debonair detective, they grew lightheaded and quickly began to confess crimes they had not even committed.
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debonair(n)
debonair(n)
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সুন্দরতা fineness, debonair, beauty সুদর্শনতা debonair ভদ্রতা manners, propriety, courtesy, politeness, civility, debonair চমত্কারতা courtesy, gentilesse, politeness, debonair, gallantry প্রফুল্লতা cheerfulness, exhilaration, joviality, geniality, pep, debonair মার্জিতরুচি debonair, urbane শিষ্ট debonair, mannerly, modest, Gentleel হাসিখুশি debonair, upbeat অমায়িক unbuttoned, affable, courteous, benign, companionable, debonair
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decry (V)
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express strong disapproval of. নিন্দা করা condemn, denounce, take apart, vilify, defame, decry সমালোচনা করা denounce, criticize, hammer, attack, comment, decry দোষ দেত্তয়া accuse, arraign, decry, denounce, censure, blame হেয় প্রতিপন্ন করা decry সরকারিভাবে অবমূল্যায়ন করা decry অপবাদ দেওয়া malign, besmear, calumniate, decry, defame, detract. publicly denounce. "they decried human rights abuses". synonyms: denounce, condemn, criticize, censure, damn, attack, fulminate against, rail against, inveigh against, blame, carp at, cavil at, run down, pillory, rap, lambaste, deplore, disapprove of, vilify, execrate, revile; disparage, deprecate, discredit, derogate, cast aspersions on; informal slam, slate, blast, knock. Definition of Decry to denounce as damaging or bad Examples of Decry in a sentence The entire audience erupted in shouts and curses, decrying the penalty card issued by the referee. The liberal news media is constantly trying to decry the efforts of the country's conservative president. After the immigration bill was passed, the racist groups started to decry the features of the act. What kind of person will decry the death of a dog yet laugh at the death of a human? When a child recently died in an abusive foster home, people marched in protest to decry the state's foster care system. People who prefer physical newspapers decry the high-tech advances that have put many traditional newspaper publishers out of business. In the movie, the minister took every opportunity to decry dancing and loud music and eventually both activities were banned in the town. Several religious organizations have chosen to decry the obscene cartoon about Jesus. On the crime show, the arrogant chef killed the food critic before he could decry his new restaurant. Eve is an animal rights activist who constantly uses the media to decry the cold-heartedness of Kill shelters. As a homosexual, I have a huge issue with anyone who chooses to decry my sexual preference as sinful.
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defray(v)
defray(v)
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to pay for. বহন করা convey, carry, sustain, tote, defray, suffer অর্পণ করা offer, confer, put in, delegate, hand over, defray চলা go, suffice, run, walk, continue, defray চালান run, drive, lead, conduct, move, defray ব্যয়ভারবহন করা defray. provide money to pay (a cost or expense). "the proceeds from the raffle help to defray the expenses of the evening" synonyms: pay (for), cover, meet, square, settle, clear, discharge, liquidate. Definition of Defray to help pay the cost of, either in part of full. to cover, as in to pay for something Examples of Defray in a sentence In order for Sean to attend the prestigious college, his generous uncle helped defray the excessive tuition with a monthly donation. Because I have a coupon that will defray fifty percent of my restaurant bill, I have enough money to see a movie after dinner. We are being asked to donate twenty dollars to help the festival organizer defray the cost of managing the event. Fortunately, the scholarship will defray a large part of my daughter's tuition. Since Jim lost his job recently, he has started a fund to defray his wife's hospital expenses. The money brought in from the concession stand will defray a portion of the venue rental fee. If you are selected in the program, you will be given twenty-five hundred dollars to defray much of your travel expenses. The magazine is increasing its advertising rates to defray its increased publishing costs. When you purchase the new phone, you will receive a rebate to help defray the cost of the monthly data plan. Most schools use vending machines as a source of income to defray the costs of extracurricular activities. When companies hire disabled people, they receive a tax credit to help defray salary expenses.
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deign(V)
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অনুগ্রহ করা deign, indulge verb প্রসন্ন হত্তয়া deign, condescend. Do something that one considers to be beneath one's dignity. do something that one considers to be below one's dignity. The master of the house never deigned to answer questions from the servants. Definition of Deign to complete a task that one considers beneath him Examples of Deign in a sentence The queen would not deign to invite her maid to dinner. Even when the millionaire lost all his money, he still would not deign to cook his own supper. The award-winning actress is known for her snobby attitude and would never deign to appear in a low-budget film. Because the celebrated athlete would not deign to cut his own lawn, he had a landscaping company on staff to maintain his yard. The heiress would not deign to clean up her dog's mess. Although Frank had worked as a mechanic for over twenty years, once he won the lottery he would not deign to change the oil in his car. The mayor was not a man of the people and did not deign to respond to letters unless they came from wealthy donors. Since the immigrants are the only people who will deign to perform low-paying jobs, they are the individuals who usually pick the onion crops. The famous singer would not deign to eat a meal unless her personal chef prepared it. When the prince flew, he bought all the seats in first class because he could not deign to be seated near commoners.
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demonstrative (adj,d)
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openly expressive of emotions. expressing emotion freely.. openly emotional. showing emotion. adj. Inclined to strong exhibition or expression of feeling or thoughts. given to or marked by the open expression of emotion characterized by the open expression of emotion meaning outwardly expressive, is the opposite of the blank showing feelings openly, especially feelings of affection. প্রমাণদায়ক demonstrative, demonstrable নির্দেশক directory, indicative, prescriptive, demonstrative, indicatory, demonstrable স্পষ্ট করা এমন demonstrative, demonstrable প্রতিপাদক confirming, proving, performing, ascertaining, corroborating, demonstrative জাহির করে এমন demonstrative, assertive প্রদর্শনকারী exhibitor, demonstrative, demonstrator. (of a person) unrestrained in showing feelings, especially those of affection. "we were a very physically demonstrative family". synonyms: expressive, open, forthcoming, emotional, communicative, responsive, unreserved, unrestrained, effusive, expansive, gushing, affectionate, cuddly, loving, warm, friendly, approachable; informal touchy-feely, lovey-dovey. Definition of Demonstrative openly affectionate Examples of Demonstrative in a sentence e (adjective): given to or marked by the open expression of emotion When Sally told James that she wanted to break up with him, she expected he would react demonstratively, but he quietly nodded his head and left without saying a word. Because Susan was raised in a family that was far from demonstrative, she is not comfortable sharing her emotions. Everyone at the table was uncomfortable when the demonstrative couple would not stop kissing during Christmas dinner. If Rick drinks too much, he will become demonstrative and try to hug strangers. My husband is not very demonstrative and rarely touches me in public. As a kid, I did not appreciate demonstrative kisses from my elderly relatives.
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denouement (coda) (pro)
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অন্তীম দৃশ্য. finale, final scene, final act, last act, epilogue, coda, end, ending, finish, close; culmination, climax, conclusion, resolution, solution, clarification, unravelling; informal wind-up, synonyms: outcome, upshot, consequence, result, end result, end, ending, termination, culmination, climax; informal pay-off; date dissue; archaic success. Definition of Denouement the ending of a literary work, musical composition, or a sequence of actions Examples of Denouement in a sentence the final resolution of the many strands of a literary or dramatic work; the outcome of a complex sequence of events At the denouement of the movie, all questions were answered, and the true identity of the robber was revealed. The film ended with a denouement that left the audience speechless. Because the book's denouement left some unanswered questions, the author is currently writing a sequel. In a sad denouement to a perfect love story, the groom left the bride at the altar. In the writer's first novel, the denouement was abrupt and unbelievable and left readers wondering if the story even had an ending. The play's denouement saw the main character die tragically just before the curtain fell. After being in the jury room for weeks, we were anxious for the denouement of the trial. Julie often gazes at a book's denouement to see if she likes the ending before reading the entire tale. While I do not want to ruin the story for you, you should know the hero's brother dies in the denouement. After hearing the orchestra's denouement of the evening's final number, the audience stood and applauded. As in all fairy tales, the boy and the girl become a couple at the denouement.
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derelict (adj)
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adjective পরিত্যক্ত abandoned, desert, derelict, forsaken, forlorn, outcast বেত্তয়ারিস unclaimed, derelict দায়িত্বজ্ঞানহীন derelict. in a very poor condition as a result of disuse and neglect. "a derelict Georgian mansion" synonyms: unsafe, dangerous, hazardous, perilous, precarious, insecure, treacherous; dilapidated, ramshackle. Definition of Derelict in bad shape as a result of neglect Examples of Derelict in a sentence Out of fear for my safety, I chose not to walk inside of the derelict barn. Our small town has a large number of derelict buildings that need to be demolished. Thanks to several volunteer organizations in our community, many derelict areas have been turned into stunning gardens. Because many businesses closed during the economic crisis, the city is now filled with derelict shops and empty factories. My husband used his carpentry skills to turn the derelict shed into a tree house for our children. Without a huge investment, you will not be able to turn that derelict dwelling into a livable residence.
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derelict (N)
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(noun): (of a building) abandoned At one time the waterfront factories were busy and productive, but now they stand derelict and will be.
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desiccated
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শুকিয়ে নেওয়া. uninteresting, lacking vitality. Few novelists over 80 are able to produce anything more than desiccated works--boring shadows of former books. Definition of Desiccated dried out; lifeless. Examples of Desiccated in a sentence The professional soccer player became desiccated after being in a car accident that left him in a coma. Without water, the crops quickly became desiccated. The man tried unsuccessfully to get water from the desiccated well. Once the car factories closed, the residents left the desiccated city to look for work. Since the roses have become desiccated, please throw them in the trash.
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desideratum
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(noun): something desired as a necessity. The desideratum of the environmental group is that motorists should rely on carpooling. অভীষ্ট object, desideratum, Intended যে জিনিসের অভাব অনুভূত হয় desideratum. something that is needed or wanted. "integrity was a desideratum" synonyms: requirement, prerequisite, need, indispensable thing, desired thing, needed thing, essential, requisite, necessary; lack, want, missing thing; dream, ideal, hope, wish. Definition of Desideratum a wished-for or desired thing Examples of Desideratum in a sentence A desideratum when car shopping is price. A desideratum for the role of teacher was certification in English. Because a desideratum when house shopping was location, the couple only viewed houses in the city limits. Since the desideratum was non-negotiable, the man would not allow smoking in the building. The desideratum for the job was someone with flexibility and experience in the field.
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despot
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a dictator with absolute power. tyrant an absolute ruler a cruel and oppressive dictator one who has total power and rules brutally a ruler with absolute power a ruler with absolute power or tyrannical control over a group of people dictator tyrant; harsh, authoritarian ruler; CF. despotism an absolute ruler; an autocrat. শাসক ruler, magistrate, regent, governor, dictator, despot উত্পীড়ক oppressor, depressor, dictator, despot রাজা king, raja, monarch, prince, royalty, despot সার্বভৌম শাসক despot, dictator স্বৈরাচারী শাসক despot অত্যাচারী despot, Neronian, oppressiveness, oppresssor. a ruler or other person who holds absolute power, typically one who exercises it in a cruel or oppressive way. synonyms: tyrant, dictator, absolute ruler, totalitarian, authoritarian, autocrat, oppressor, autarch, monocrat. Definition of Despot a brutal ruler who controls everything Examples of Despot in a sentence Once the despot killed his parents, he was able to run the country with an iron fist. The despot has decided to control all television stations in his nation. When the despot started killing random school children in his small country, the United Nations sent in forces to remove him from power. What kind of man swears he is not a despot yet sits in his golden palace while allowing his people to die of hunger? According to the media, the despot has taken money from the treasury to build his massive mansion. The military is joining forces with the rebels to dethrone the royal despot terrorizing their country. When a kind leader replaced the despot, he brought about peace in a once troubled nation. The young prince killed everyone who challenged his authority and became the despot of his country. Although the despot claims to care about the people in his republic, he does not even allow them to marry without his consent. Under the despot's orders, every firstborn child must serve in the military for a period of five years.
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diatribe
diatribe
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(n.) a bitter and prolonged verbal attack bitter verbal attack abusive criticism an abusive, condemnatory speech abusive speech bitter criticism thunderous verbal attack a harsh denunciation verbal attack a forceful and bitter verbal attack against someone or something. a forceful and bitter verbal attack against someone or something. "a diatribe against consumerism" synonyms: tirade, harangue, verbal onslaught, verbal attack, stream of abuse, denunciation, broadside, fulmination, condemnation, criticism, stricture, reproof, reproval, reprimand, rebuke, admonishment, admonition; invective, upbraiding, vituperation, abuse, castigation. গালিগালাজ diatribe, brick-bat তীব্র সমালোচনা diatribe আক্রমণ violence, diatribe, Invasion, onset, stroke noun সুদীর্ঘ বিতর্ক discussion, diatribe সুদীর্ঘ আলোচণা expatiation, diatribe. Definition of Diatribe abusive speech or piece of writing Examples of Diatribe in a sentence Because Sheila was unhappy with the administration, she launched a lengthy diatribe against the board during lunch. Upset about his demotion, Ed made an angry diatribe about his employer. The candidate made a diatribe against his opponent. Even though Janice tried to control her temper in court, she found herself unable to hold in a diatribe about her spouse. His diatribe against his enemy contained words which should not be repeated! The journalist wrote a long diatribe about the politician's abuse of funds. In a lengthy diatribe, the reviewer made the public aware of his unflattering opinion of the film. The cult leader used religion to make a diatribe against the government. As a part of her diatribe against local police officers, Mary launched a Website for police complaints. Since the essay contained no objectivity at all, everyone assumed it was simply the critic's personal diatribe.
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diminutive
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adjective): very small When he put on his father's suit and shoes, his appearance was that of a diminutive youth. সঙ্কুচিত shrunk, compressed, diminutive, narrow, curtailed, reduced হ্রাসপ্রাপ্ত আকারযুক্ত diminutive, diminutival অতি ক্ষুদ্র্র্র্র diminutive, diminutival নিতান্তই ক্ষুদ্র diminutive. extremely or unusually small. "a diminutive figure dressed in black" synonyms: tiny, small, little, petite, minute, miniature, mini, minuscule, microscopic, nanoscopic, small-scale, compact, pocket, toy, midget, undersized, short, stubby, elfin, dwarfish, dwarf, pygmy, bantam, homuncular, Lilliputian; wee; informalteeny, weeny, teeny-weeny, teensy-weensy, itty-bitty, itsy-bitsy, tiddly, dinky, baby, pint-sized, half-pint, sawn-off, knee-high to a grasshopper; informaltitchy, ickle; informal little-bitty, vest-pocket. Definition of Diminutive very short or small Examples of Diminutive in a sentence Surrounded by tall skyscrapers, the three-story apartment building looked diminutive. My mother was a diminutive woman who still purchased clothes from the girls' department. Despite its size, the diminutive robot was able to lift over three hundred pounds. Compared to the large supercomputers of the 1970's, laptops are really diminutive in size. Although Jason is diminutive in height, he is still a remarkable player. Since I have only a diminutive source of funds, I will definitely have to stay within my budget.
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diminutive (n)
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(noun): to indicate smallness He prefers to be called a diminutive of his name: "Bill" instead of "John William."
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disabuse (conf)
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(verb): to persuade somebody that his/her belief is not valid As a child, I was quickly disabused of the notion that Santa Claus was a rotund benefactor of infinite largess--one night I saw my mother diligently wrapping presents and storing them under our Christmas tree. ভ্রান্ত ধারণাদি হইতে মুক্ত করা disabuse ভুল ধারণা বা মোহ থেকে মুক্ত করা disabuse. persuade (someone) that an idea or belief is mistaken. "he quickly disabused me of my fanciful notions" synonyms: disillusion, undeceive, correct,. Definition of Disabuse to make aware of the truth Examples of Disabuse in a sentence If you wish to continue to believe that falsehood, I will not disabuse you by telling you the truth. It is my job as a teacher to disabuse students of the notion they can be successful without an education. Even though I know Jessica is telling her mother a lie, I will not disabuse my friend's parent. The minister did everything he could to disabuse his church members about false idols. Although my mother tried, she could not disabuse me of my belief in Santa Claus when I was a kid. The doctor went out of his way to disabuse his patients about medical myths.
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discursive (digressive,wandering, meandering )
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অপ্রাসঙ্গিক irrelevant, impertinent, incoherent, discursive, out of place, inapposite বুদ্ধিগত intellectual, discursive তর্কদ্বারা লভ্য discursive এলোমেলো random, haphazard, promiscuous, ungainly, aimless, discursive শৃঙ্খলাহীন discursive, undisciplined. digressing from subject to subject. "students often write dull, second-hand, discursive prose" synonyms: rambling, digressive, meandering, wandering, maundering, diffuse, long, lengthy; circuitous, roundabout, circumlocutory, periphrastic; verbose, long-winded, prolix; informal wordy; Definition of Discursive talking or writing about many different things in an unorganized manner Examples of Discursive in a sentence When the writer was drunk, he often talked for hours in a discursive manner. The professor's lecture was hard to follow because of its discursive tone. Confused by the question, the politician gave only a discursive response to the reporter. Although I paid a great deal of attention to the debate, the discursive dialogue really confused me. Because he was nervous during his speech, the young boy lost his train of thought and began to speak in a discursive way. The mentally ill suspect was discursive when asked about his whereabouts on the night of the murder. As a law student, you should be prepared for a series of discursive questions on legal ethics. The author's writing style was discursive and hard to comprehend. Even though Joanna was normally a very organized person, she made a discursive speech during the graduation ceremony. When Harry spoke in that discursive style of his, he went from topic to topic but made little sense. (of e.g. speech and writing) tending to depart from the main point Many readers find it tough to read Moby Dick since the author is discursive, often cutting the action short to spend 20 pages on the history of a whale. (adj.) passing aimlessly from one place or subject to another, rambling, roving, nomadic rambling, moving from one topic to another randomly rambling, lacking order (of e.g. speech and writing) tending to depart from the main point or cover a wide range of subjects wandering from one topic to another digressing from subject to subject (adj.) rambling, lacking order
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disingenuous
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কপট assumed, insincere, disingenuous, illusory, counterfeit, double অসরল evasive, tortuous, disingenuous, indirect, curved, crooked কৃত্রিম artificial, simulated, synthetic, pretended, false, disingenuous আন্তরিকতাশূন্য disingenuous গোপন উদ্দেশ্যপ্রণোদিত disingenuous. not candid or sincere, typically by pretending that one knows less about something than one really does. "this journalist was being somewhat disingenuous as well as cynical" synonyms: dishonest, deceitful, underhand, underhanded, duplicitous, double-dealing, two-faced, dissembling, insincere, false, lying, untruthful, mendacious; not candid, not frank, not entirely truthful; artful, cunning, crafty, wily, sly, sneaky, tricky, scheming, calculating, designing, devious, unscrupulous. (adjective): not straightforward; giving a false appearance of frankness Many adults think that they can lie to children, but kids are smart and know when people are disingenuous. Definition of Disingenuous not candid or sincere; generally by pretending one knows less than one actually does. Examples of Disingenuous in a sentence The detective was a disingenuous man who often played dumb to trick others into confessing. While Catherine pretended to be trustworthy, she was in reality a disingenuous woman who would do whatever it took to get her way. Although the politician promised to be open and honest during the election, he later became disingenuous and hid important facts from the voters. Disingenuous individuals usually become successful by misleading others. The pharmaceutical manufacturer was clearly disingenuous when it knowingly placed the dangerous drug on the market. Because the public viewed the politician's speech as disingenuous, they did not vote for him.
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dispensation ** (N)
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exemption from a rule or usual requirement. "although she was too young, she was given special dispensation to play before her birthday" synonyms: exemption, immunity, exception, exclusion, exoneration, freedom, release, relief, reprieve, remission, relaxation, absolution; impunity. (noun): an exemption from a rule or obligation Since her father is a billionaire, she is given dispensation from many of the school's policies. **This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE. Definition of Dispensation immunity from a law or rule Examples of Dispensation in a sentence In our church, women who have abortions are not given a dispensation of forgiveness. How much did the car manufacturer have to pay in order to receive special dispensation to build on sacred land? To get a divorce, Jim and Sarah would need to request a dispensation from the leader of their house of worship. Families were shocked to learn the state had been given dispensation from a city law in order to build a prison near their subdivision. Because the soldier had saved his entire unit, the president gave him dispensation for his wartime crimes.
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dissemble
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(verb): conceal one's true motives, usually through deceit. To get close to the senator, the assassin dissembled his intentions, convincing many people that he was a reporter for a well-known newspaper. ছদ্মবেশ ধারণ করা dissemble, mask, personate, simulate গোপন রাখা dissemble ভান করা play at, dissemble, make belive, prestence, Fake, Feign. conceal or disguise one's true feelings or beliefs. "an honest, sincere person with no need to dissemble" synonyms: dissimulate, pretend, deceive, feign, act, masquerade, sham, fake, bluff, counterfeit, pose, posture. Definition of Dissemble to disguise or conceal behind a false appearance Examples of Dissemble in a sentence Her plan was to dissemble her intentions from her husband so she could successfully plan him a surprise party. Rather than answer the reporter's questions directly, the politician chose to dissemble his responses. The con man did his best to dissemble his real motives from the wealthy widow. While it may be easier to dissemble your true feelings from others, it is always best to be honest with those you love. It is hard to feel pity for someone who makes a living by willingly choosing to dissemble their true intent for monetary reasons. Even though Evelyn knew she was madly in love with Robert, she still felt she had to dissemble her true feelings to avoid being hurt. Because he did not want to start an argument with his coworkers, Maurice chose to dissemble his political beliefs. In an attempt to dissemble his affair from his wife, Matt bought a cell phone which he kept hidden in his car. Although I am willing to help you as much as I can, I will not lie and dissemble the truth about your work history. Perhaps a defense attorney's greatest skill is his ability to dissemble information from the jury.
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dissipate (v)
dissipate (v)
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(verb): অপচয় করা waste, dissipate, misuse, lose, squander away, fritter away ক্ষয় করা gnaw, exhaust, corrode, prey, dissipate, erode squander or spend money frivolously The recent graduates dissipated their earnings on trips to Las Vegas and cruises in Mexico. waste or fritter away (money, energy, or resources). "he inherited, but then dissipated, his father's fortune" synonyms: squander, fritter (away), misspend, waste, throw away, make poor use of, be prodigal with; spend recklessly/freely, lavish, expend, to waste; exhaust to scatter; to spend wastefully to waste; to scatter.
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dissipate(v)
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to break up or to squander to disappear, cause to disappear. to disperse or scatter Kathleen's perfume was overwhelming in the cramped apartment, but once we stepped outside the smell dissipated and we could breathe once again. with reference to a feeling or emotion) disappear or cause to disappear. "the concern she'd felt for him had wholly dissipated" synonyms: disappear, vanish, evaporate, dissolve, melt away, melt into thin air, be dispelled, dematerialize; disperse, scatter; drive away, dispel, banish; quell, allay, check; literaryevanesce
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dissolution **
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(noun): a living full of debauchery and indulgence in sensual pleasure Many Roman emporers were known for their dissolution, indulging in unspeakable desires of the flesh. This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE
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doleful
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sad; dreary mournful sorrowful sad, melancholy filled with or evoking sadness expressing sorrow; mournful mournful or full of sorrow; causing grief dolorous বেদনাপূর্ণ racking, doleful, painful, pained করুণ pathetic, sad, elegiac, pitiful, miserable, doleful শোকপূর্ণ elegiac, mournful, doleful, dolorous, funereal, funeral. expressing sorrow; mournful. "a doleful look" synonyms: mournful, woeful, sorrowful, sad, unhappy, depressed, dismal, gloomy, morose, melancholy, miserable, forlorn, wretched, woebegone, despondent, dejected, disconsolate, downcast, crestfallen, downhearted, heartbroken, heavy-hearted, despairing, desolate, grief-stricken; tearful, teary, lachrymose; informalblue, down, down in the mouth, down in the dumps, weepy; literarydolorous; archaicheartsick, Definition of Doleful filled with sadness or grief Examples of Doleful in a sentence My mother's eyes were doleful after my father moved out of the house. Because Jane has not received any news of her missing son, she has been doleful to the point of not being able to eat or sleep. The doleful music made everyone cry. After I read about the tragedy, I felt doleful for several hours. The child had a doleful look on his face when he learned Santa Claus was not real. As soon as I saw the doctor's doleful expression, I knew my father's condition was not good. The doleful widower tried to drown his misery at the bar. When the dog is locked in the crate, it makes a doleful noise. It was obvious from Richard's doleful expression he was still grieving for his deceased wife. After the divorce, Marie was doleful when she thought about her future.
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dolorous
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doleful, মর্মযন্ত্রণাপূর্ণ excruciating, dolorous শোকপূর্ণ elegiac, mournful, doleful, dolorous, funereal, funeral দু:খপূর্ণ sorrowful, rueful, woeful, woesome, regretful, dolorous. lachrymose. tearful. weeping. sorrowful. dolourous. adjective): showing sorrow Chopin's ballades are filled with sharp changes in moods--a dolorous melody can give way to a lighthearted tempo. Definition of Dolorous experiencing or displaying sadness or pain Examples of Dolorous in a sentence The dolorous film made me recall sad times. At the funeral, the dolorous widow could not stop crying. Jane was dolorous when her boyfriend was shipped overseas with his army unit. When I saw the dolorous look on my mother's face, I knew my father had not survived his emergency surgery. The dolorous sound of the funeral hymn filled Sarah's eyes with tears. Since Bill learned of his ex-wife's marriage, he has been dolorous and moody. The doctor believes Francine will be less dolorous after she takes the antidepressants for a few weeks. After Danielle discovered her husband had a mistress, she was so dolorous she tried to kill herself. The puppy has been dolorous since its owner left it at the shelter. During my visit with my therapist, I talked about a couple of dolorous experiences that caused me sorrow.
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doughty (bold,audacious,brave)
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brave and persistent. "his doughty spirit kept him going" synonyms: fearless, dauntless, determined, resolute, indomitable, intrepid, plucky, spirited, game, mettlesome, gritty, steely, confident, undaunted, undismayed, unal armed, unflinching, unshrinking, unabashed, unfaltering, unflagging, bold, audacious, valiant, brave, stout-hearted, lionhearted, gallant, courageous, heroic, daring, daredevil; informalgutsy, spunky, ballsy, feisty. adjective দুর্দম irresistible, doughty, unruly, unsettled, indomitable, unstable বলবান strong, robust, powerful, Herculean, husky, doughty সক্ষম able, capable, susceptible, efficient, doughty সাহসী brave, bold, courageous, daring, valiant, doughty শৌর্যশালী valorous, heroic, doughty মহাতেজা doughty. brave; bold; courageous I enjoy films in which a doughty group comes together to battle a force of evil. Definition of Doughty determined to not give up; fearless Examples of Doughty in a sentence Taking blow after blow, the doughty fighter refused to leave the ring. The doughty sailor refused to head back to Spain without discovering a new world. Even the possibility of death in the jungle was not enough to scare away the doughty explorer. Tough and doughty, the marine was able to survive interrogation without cracking. The leader's doughty and spirited reputation made him a shoe-in for the cabinet position.
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dovetail **
dovetail **
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খাঁজে খাঁজে আটকান নিখুঁতভাবে মিলে যাওয়া (verb): fit together tightly, as if by means of a interlocking joint Although Darwin's evolution and Mendel's genetics were developed in isolation from one another, they dovetail each other very well. oin together by means of a dovetail. synonyms: joint, join, fit together, link, interlock, splice, mortise, tenon "the ends of the logs were cut and dovetailed" This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE
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duplicity
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(noun): deceitfulness, pretending to want one thing but interested in something else A life of espionage is one of duplicity: an agent must pretend to be a totally different person than who she or he actually is. ছলনা guile, deception, wile, falsehood, desertion, duplicity কাপট্য assumption, duplicity, hypocrisy দ্বৈধীভাব hesitation, vacillation, duplicity প্রতারণা trick, treachery, cross, duplicity, rip-off, ramp deceitfulness. "the president was accused of duplicity in his dealings with Congress" synonyms: deceitfulness, deceit, deception, deviousness, two-facedness, double-dealing, underhandedness, dishonesty, falseness, falsity, fraud, fraudulence, sharp practice, swindling, cheating, chicanery, trickery, craft, guile, artifice, subterfuge, skulduggery, treachery, unfairness, unjustness, perfidy, improbity; Definition of Duplicity dishonest behavior that is intended to trick someone Examples of Duplicity in a sentence Most politicians use duplicity to deceive voters just long enough to get their votes. Although the swindler used duplicity to trick his victims, he never physically harmed anyone. The media revealed the police captain's duplicity in the case of the stolen drug money. Because Amanda is such a good liar, it is always hard to recognize her duplicity. The greedy accountant used financial duplicity to embezzle money from his clients. When the soldier betrayed his country, his duplicity gave the entire military a bad name. Many people suspect the attractive young woman used duplicity to get the elderly man to include her in his will. Even though the robbers were supposed to be working as a team, each one used duplicity to try and steal from the others. You could look at the convict and tell he had no problem using duplicity to get whatever he wanted. Because of the counterfeiter's duplicity, the bank lost several million dollars.
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ebullient
ebullient
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উচ্ছ্বাসিত exuberant, abounding, overflowing, ebullient, profuse অত্যুত্সাহী ebullient, ardent উত্তেজিত heated, crazed, agitated, hectic, angry, ebullient ফুটিতেছে এমন ebullient উচ্ছ্বসিত ebullient, profuse অত্যতসাহী ebullient cheerful and full of energy. "she sounded ebullient and happy" synonyms: exuberant, buoyant, cheerful, joyful, cheery, merry, sunny, breezy, jaunty, light-hearted, in high spirits, high-spirited, exhilarated, elated, euphoric, jubilant, animated, sparkling, effervescent, vivacious, enthusiastic, irrepressible; informalbubbly, bouncy, peppy, zingy, upbeat, chipper, chirpy, smiley, sparky, full of beans; informalpeart; literarygladsome, blithe, blithesome; datedgay. : joyously unrestrained Can you blame him for his ebullient mood? He just graduated from medical school. Definition of Ebullient cheerful and full of energy Examples of Ebullient in a sentence The ebullient song was so uplifting that I danced in my chair. Because my Uncle Jake has an ebullient personality, he is a great circus clown. Jack always felt ebullient after drinking his morning coffee. After being stranded in the airport for eight hours, we were far from ebullient. Charlie's ebullient attitude made him a favorite in the office. On the day of her wedding, nothing could stop Sharon from feeling ebullient. When Matthew lost his job, he was no longer ebullient and excited about his future. My aunt is an ebullient woman who can always see the rainbow through the clouds. While my friend Sarah always seems to be depressed, her husband Mark is generally ebullient. Ebullient investors are happily buying stocks this week.
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effervescent (adj) ebullient (D)
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see--Ebullient. bubbly, lively lively; giving off bubbles giving off gas bubbles; showing high spirits or excitement showing high spirits very excited; bubbling over with high spirits bubbling up from a liquid highly spirited; animated. syn--ebullient,exuberant,jubilant .... Definition of Effervescent something fizzy and giving off bubbles or an enthusiastic and lively personality Examples of Effervescent in a sentence The soda pop was so effervescent, that its bubbles tickled my nose. When I added baking soda to the vinegar, it created an effervescent effect. He had an upset stomach and wanted something effervescent to help calm it. The teacher called her personality effervescent because she was extremely bubbly. The volcano diorama was complete with an effervescent lava special effect.
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effrontery
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shameless boldness (n.) shameless boldness, impudence shameless boldness, impudence extreme boldness; presumptuousness brazen boldness; presumptuousness impudent boldness; audacity impudence, nerve, insolence. audacious (even arrogant) behavior that you have no right to. insolent or impertinent behaviour. "one juror had the effrontery to challenge the coroner's decision" synonyms: impudence, impertinence, cheek, insolence, cheekiness, audacity, temerity, brazenness, forwardness, front, presumption, nerve, gall, pertness, boldness, shamelessness, impoliteness, disrespect, bad manners. ধৃষ্টতা cockiness, assumption, facer, audacity, boldness, effrontery নির্লজ্জতা boldness, impudence, brass, audacity, impertinence, effrontery নির্লজ্জ সাহস effrontery বেহায়াপনা boldness, assuredness, impudence, audacity, impertinence, effrontery প্রগল্ভতা audacity, audaciousness, effrontery, impertinence, boldness, assuredness ঔদ্ধত্য arrogance, insolence, hubris, pride, hauteur, effrontery আস্পর্ধা audacity, effrontery, impudence, arrogance Examples of Effrontery in a sentence The skateboarders acted with effrontery, skating through the church grounds and spray-painting signs warning trespassers. I was shocked by the mugger's effrontery to kiss me after grabbing my bag. When the defendant put his feet up on the table, the judge scolded him for his effrontery. My cheating husband has the effrontery to accuse me of being disloyal to him. Although I have an advanced degree in business, my boss still had the effrontery to ask me to bring him coffee. William's wife had the effrontery to bring her lover to the family Christmas party. After eating two steak dinners, Charles had the effrontery to tell the waitress he was broke. While Matt may have enjoyed dancing on top of the table, the bar owner was not pleased with his effrontery and banned him from the bar. The two policemen laughed at the effrontery of the criminal who tried to disguise himself by dressing as a woman. When the speaker stripped down to his underwear, everyone in the audience was shocked at his effrontery. In a show of effrontery, the politician offered to wash the cars of all donors who contributed at least fifty thousand dollars to his campaign.
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elegiac
elegiac
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করুণ pathetic, sad, elegiac, pitiful, miserable, doleful শোকসঙ্গীত-সংক্রান্ত elegiac শোকসঙ্গীতের অন্তর্ভুক্ত elegiac শোকপূর্ণ elegiac, mournful, doleful, dolorous, funereal, funeral শোকসঙ্গীতে ব্যবহৃত elegiac expressing sorrow or lamentation mourning that which is lost or past; sorrowful expressing sorrow often for something past Mournful; sorrowful; sad. resembling or characteristic of a lament for the dead. relating to or characteristic of an elegy. "haunting and elegiac poems" wistfully mournful. "she watched repeat serials, fixed on their moody and elegiac characterization" synonyms: mournful, melancholic, melancholy, plaintive, sorrowful, sad, lamenting, doleful; funereal, dirgelike; touching, moving, poignant; literarydolorous. Definition of Elegiac communicating mourning or sorrow Examples of Elegiac in a sentence Few can listen to the elegiac opening bars of the Moonlight sonata without feeling the urge to cry. The elegiac poem brought everyone to tears during the funeral. When Amy looked at the elegiac greeting card, she realized how much Greg missed her. The military band played a stirring but elegiac tribute during the general's burial ceremony. As soon as I heard the elegiac tune in the movie, I knew a character was about to die. The elegiac painting reveals the deep sorrow the artist felt after his daughter's death.
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embryonic
embryonic
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আদি original, embryonic, first, primary, fundamental, embryo আদিম primitive, pristine, primordial, primal, barbaric, embryonic প্রাথমিক primary, elementary, initial, basic, elemental, embryonic ভ্রূণসংক্রান্ত embryonic, embryo ভ্রূণাবস্থিত embryonic, embryo বিকশিত হয় নাই এমন embryo, embryonic মৌলিক basic, fundamental, prime, original, primary, embryonic. (of a system, idea, or organization) in a rudimentary stage with potential for development. "the plan is still in its embryonic stages". synonyms: rudimentary, undeveloped, unformed, immature, incomplete, incipient, inchoate, just beginning; fledgling, budding, beginning, potential, nascent, emerging, developing; early, primary, elementary, germinal. referring to a system or idea that has potential for significant development Examples of Embryonic in a sentence Our company is still in its embryonic stage, having just started and having a lot of room to grow and expand. I have an idea for a book, but it is still in its embryonic stage and I need to put a lot more thought into it before it is ready. An embryonic idea is one that you just came up with that still needs to develop a little more before it is ready to be used. The idea of freedom and justice for all was still embryonic during the American Revolution, and it would be many years before that idea grew to maturity. Our relationship is still embryonic since we have just met, but I am sure that it will grow into a great friendship in time.
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empiricism
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প্রয়োগবাদ. see--empirical. syn- philosophical theory sensationalism experimentalism empiricist philosophy British empiricism philosophical doctrine logical positivism positivism. any method that derives knowledge from experience, used in experimental science as a way to gain insight and knowledge Empiricism does not always lead to knowledge; an experience or experiment may raise more questions than it answers. pursuit of knowledge purely through experience and experiments Examples of Empiricism in a sentence The expert's sense of empiricism stemmed from years of personal experience. Empiricism does not rely solely on facts and statistics. Because he believed in empiricism, he was looking for answers during his testing of theories. People who follow empiricism believe in experiential knowledge. Following empiricism meant he was not interested in the scientific method.
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enamor
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মুগ্ধ করা fascinate, enthrall, glamor, enamour, enamor, ensnare আকর্ষণ করা attract, allure, draw, enthrall, glamor, enamor প্রেমোন্মত্ত করা enamour, enamor মোহিত করা glamor, enthrall, mesmerize, enchant, bewitch, enamor প্রেমোচ্ছন্ন করা enamour, enamor বিমোহিত করা enthrall, glamor, fascinate, infatuate, enamour, enamor. to trigger feelings of adoration. (verb): attraction or feeling of love She is completely enamored with Justin Bieber, and goes to all his concerts on the East coast. Examples of Enamor in a sentence My daughter hopes her makeover will enamor feelings from her secret crush. When Amber lost her temper, she did not enamor herself to the police officer. The dancer will use her skillful moves to try and enamor the judging panel. Because the pageant contestant did not enamor the judges with her performance, she knows she will not win the crown. My sister's delicious cooking never fails to enamor her loving husband.
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encumber
encumber
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hold back. বিভ্রান্ত করা distract, maze, obfuscate, beguile, encumber, outface ব্যাহত করা impede, thwart, hamper, frustrate, encumber, avert গতি ব্যাহত করা encumber ভারগ্রস্ত করা burden, encumber ঋণভারাক্রান্ত করা encumber বিহ্বল করা distract, discomfit, mystify, embarrass, overwhelm, encumber. restrict or impede (someone or something) in such a way that free action or movement is difficult. "she was encumbered by her heavy skirts". synonyms: hamper, hinder, obstruct, impede, check, cramp, inhibit, restrict, limit, constrain, restrain, bog down, retard, slow, slow down, stall, delay; inconvenience, disadvantage, handicap. Definition of Encumber to restrict or burden in such a way that action is limited Examples of Encumber in a sentence The chaperon's rules did not encumber the female members of the swim team from sneaking out of their hotel at night. If you do not want your baby to encumber you when you jog, you should push her in the stroller instead of carrying her. The tax plan will encumber many average Americans to the point they cannot take yearly vacations. When Phil saw all of the red tape associated with getting the building permit, he knew the excessive documentation would encumber production on his new home. The controlling stepfather took his daughter's cellphone in an attempt to encumber her social life. Because the dictator wants to encumber rebels organizing against him, he closely monitors all anti-government organizations. The political refugees came to this country so they could live in a nation where they would not have to be concerned about anyone trying to encumber their rights. If I lose my money in the stock market, the loss will encumber my retire plans and force me to work late in life. State police are currently working with border authorities to produce ways to encumber the flow of drugs into the country. Since Jim did not want his backpack to encumber his climb up the mountain, he only included a couple of essentials in the bag. The costume encumbered all my movements and caused me to sweat profusely.
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enjoin
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to direct or order; to prescribe a course of action in an authoritative way; to prohibit to direct or order command; order; forbid give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority to command; to urge command; order; forbid give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority to command; to urge bid, charge, command, adjure নিষেধ করা forbid, veto, prohibit, enjoin, ban, embargo আদেশ করা order, command, bid, give a command, enjoin, prescribe নির্দেশ দেত্তয়া instruct, advise, tell, rule, enjoin, level হুকুম করা dictate, order, command, enjoin, direct. Definition of Enjoin to prohibit someone from performing an action Examples of Enjoin in a sentence The angry man wanted the judge to grant an injunction to enjoin his ex-wife from selling their vacation home. After my father learns I failed all of my exams, he will probably take steps to enjoin me from using my credit cards. The company shareholders are banding together to enjoin the board from agreeing to a merger that would decrease the value of their stock options. Because I am seeking to enjoin my ex from having visitation rights with my children, I must go to court and explain my reasons to the judge. The religious organization staged a protest outside of the abortion clinic to enjoin young women from entering the building. After the judge reviewed the evidence, he granted the widow an injunction to enjoin her greedy children from seizing her assets. The purpose of the injunction is to enjoin the developer from tearing down the historical building. Once the police heard the young woman's story, they urged her to get a restraining order to enjoin her ex-boyfriend from stalking her. The environmentalist hopes to get an injunction to enjoin the city from demolishing the park to build a museum. Since the protection order against my former wife is failing to enjoin her from breaking into my house, it is serving no purpose at all. CONF-----enjoin (verb): give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority The government agency enjoined the chemical company to clean up the hazardous dump it had created over the years. (MAGOOSH)
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enormity (N) 2**
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বিশালতা magnitude, magnificence, enormity, hugeness, mountain অন্যায় wrong, injustice, tort, impropriety, enormity, inequity অবিচার injustice, iniquity, misconception, misjudgment, enormity, inequity বিরাটত্ব enormity, magnitude মস্ত অপরাধ enormity নিদারূণ দুষ্কার্য enormity গুরুত্ব importance, gravity, weight, worth, consideration, enormity. he great or extreme scale, seriousness, or extent of something perceived as bad or morally wrong. "a thorough search disclosed the full enormity of the crime" (in neutral use) large size or scale. "I began to get a sense of the enormity of the task" synonyms: immensity, vastness, massiveness, hugeness; size, extent, magnitude, expanse, greatness, 22222.........2. a grave crime or sin. "the enormities of war" synonyms: wickedness, evilness, vileness, baseness, blackness, depravity; outrageousness, monstrousness, hideousness, dreadfulness, heinousness, awfulness, nastiness, horror, atrocity; villainy, cruelty, inhumanity, mercilessness, brutality, brutalism, bestiality, barbarism, enormity (noun): an act of extreme wickedness The enormity of Pol Pot's regime is hard to capture in words--within months hundreds of thousands of Cambodians lost their lives. This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE. Definition of Enormity an offense or disaster of great magnitude Examples of Enormity in a sentence The young man will probably stop laughing when he learns the enormity of the criminal charges against him. When the hurricane struck the island nation, the residents were stunned by the enormity of the destruction. The enormity of the fire threatened to engulf the city. As soon as we deal with the enormity of our father's murder, we will open the family restaurant again. We cannot imagine the enormity of the torture our captured soldiers have endured. If Gail does not understand the enormity of having unprotected sex, then she should visit a clinic and talk to a healthcare worker. The enormity of the drive-by shooting kept people inside of their homes for weeks. When the president learned of the enormity of the city's water crisis, he sent aid workers to provide food and water to needy citizens. There was no way I could describe the enormity of the gang violence I had just observed. While Al knew the storm had been severe, he did not understand the enormity of the damage until he learned a tree had smashed his car.
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enthrall (enamor) D
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দাসত্বে আবদ্ধ করা enthrall, enthrall দাসত্বাধীন করা enthrall, enthrall মুগ্ধ করা fascinate, enthrall, glamor, enamour, enamor, ensnare আকর্ষণ করা attract, allure, draw, enthrall, glamor, grip সঙ্গে নিয়ে যাত্তয়া enthrall, grab, enthrall যাদু করা cast a spell, enthrall, exorcise, bewitch, witch, charm দাস করা enthrall, chain, enthrall ক্রীতদাস করা enslave, enthrall, thrall, beslave, subjugate, enfetter বিমোহিত করা enthrall, glamor, fascinate, infatuate, enamour, enamor মোহিত করা glamor, enthrall, mesmerize, enchant, bewitch, enamour গোলাম করা enthrall, enfetter, enthrall capture the fascinated attention of. "she had been so enthralled by the adventure that she had hardly noticed the cold" synonyms: captivate, charm, enchant, bewitch, fascinate, beguile, entrance, enrapture, delight, attract, allure, lure; win, ensnare, dazzle, absorb, engross, rivet, grip, transfix, root someone to the spot, transport, carry away, hypnotize, mesmerize, intrigue, spellbind. 22222222 fascinating, entrancing, enchanting, bewitching, captivating, charming, beguiling, enrapturing; delightful, attractive, alluring, winning, dazzling, absorbing, engrossing, memorable, compelling, riveting, readable, gripping, exciting, transfixing, transporting, hypnotic, mesmerizing, intriguing, spellbinding; verb): hold spellbound She was so enthralled by the movie that she never heard people screaming, "Fire! Fire!" in the neighboring theater.
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epigram (axiom, apothegm, aphorism,cliche)
epigram (axiom, apothegm, aphorism,cliche)
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noun: a witty saying শ্লেষ pun, epigram, quibble, innuendo, banter, quiddity এপিগ্র্যাম epigram সরস ক্ষুদ্র কবিতা epigram সংক্ষিপ্ত বিদ্রূপাত্মক উক্তি epigram তীক্ষ্ন ব্যঁজনাপূর্ণ উক্তি epigram সংক্ষিপ্ত বচন brief, epigram, mot. a pithy saying or remark expressing an idea in a clever and amusing way. "a Wildean epigram". synonyms: quip, witticism, gem, play on words, jest, pun, sally, nice turn of phrase; bon mot, double entendre, jeu d'esprit; informalone-liner, gag, crack, wisecrack; rare paronomasia, equivoque "a witty epigram" proverb, saying, maxim, adage, axiom, aphorism, saw, gnome, dictum, precept, epigraph, motto, catchphrase; cliché, truism, commonplace; Definition of Epigram a brief and witty saying or poem. Examples of Epigram in a sentence At his daughter's wedding, Jason shared a heartwarming epigram he had written. The cute epigram on the Valentine's card made me smile. During his speech, the president quoted an epigram from one of his favorite poets. Sheila won the poetry contest with her insightful epigram about death. Using a rhyming epigram as a brief introduction, the playwright described what the audience would see in the three-act play. The critic seemed to dislike every epigram in the poetry collection except for the witty verse about love.
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epiphany
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(noun): a sudden revelation or moment of insight Gary one day had an epiphany that he was a people person; he prompty quit his factory job and began working as a salesman.
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ersatz
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: not real or genuine; phony The car dealer's ersatz laughter was immediately followed by a price quote, one that Shelley found highly inflated. Definition of Ersatz replicated from something else yet lacking the original qualities Examples of Ersatz in a sentence Do you believe the ersatz beach created by the city will appeal to those who love the natural features of the seashore? Before segregation ended, minorities were given an ersatz education that was not equal to the education received by their white peers. The art expert quickly recognized the ersatz painting as a fake. In the movie, the lead character created an ersatz version of his dead wife. There is no way an ersatz pizza made with soy cheese can ever compare to a real Italian pizza. At his trial, the defendant argued he could not be charged with selling drugs since his ersatz cocaine was made out of flour and salt. The dishonest street vendor tried to pass off his ersatz purses as designer goods. When the chef saw his apprentice using ersatz vanilla flavoring, he scolded the young man for using low quality ingredients. The jeweler immediately noticed the flaws in the ersatz diamond. Unfortunately, the ersatz candy I made at home did not taste as good as the store bought product.
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estimable
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শ্রদ্ধেয় Śrad'dhēẏa adjective শ্রদ্ধেয় respectable, adorable, august, venerable, estimable, worshipful মাননীয় honorable, respectable, estimable, honourable, high-principled মান্য honorable, favorite, estimable, honourable, favourite আদরণীয় estimable মাননীয estimable শ্রদ্ধেয় reverend, blessed, valued. Synonyms: reputable honorable good respectable Antonyms: disreputable. deserving of esteem and respect After serving thirty years, in which he selflessly served the community, Judge Harper was one of the more estimable people in town.
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ethereal (d) (heavenly, tenuous,light)
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extremely delicate and light in a way that seems not to be of this world. "her ethereal beauty" synonyms: delicate*, exquisite*, dainty, elegant*, graceful*, beautiful*, lovely*; fragile*, airy, gossamer*, gossamery, light*, fine, diaphanous, thin, tenuous*, subtle, insubstantial, shadowy "melodic phrases of ethereal beauty" heavenly or spiritual. "ethereal, otherworldly visions" synonyms: celestial, heavenly, spiritual, unearthly, other-worldly, paradisical, Elysian, sublime, divine, holy; rareempyrean, superlunary. Definition of Ethereal extremely delicate and light in a way that seems too perfect for this world; heavenly or supernatural Examples of Ethereal in a sentence An ethereal, ghostly image of a woman suddenly appeared at the edge of the forest, then disappeared as quickly as it had come. Once the sky began to clear after the storm, the clouds scattered in ethereal formations that resembled a celestial festival. A sleeping baby has an ethereal, angelic appearance you don't often find in your wide-awake teenager. This artist has a supremely delicate brush-stroke that gives his work a feeling of ethereal lightness. The moon came into view over the wintry landscape, its light accented by an ethereal halo. This composer's music has an ethereal quality that brings a sense of peace over anyone who listens to it. When we saw the ethereal light that glowed on Lauren's face, we knew that Bryce had kissed her. The soprano had an ethereal voice that sounded as if she belonged in a choir of angels. The tapestry was woven so finely that it made the perfect backdrop for her collection of ethereal art miniatures. The bride smiled radiantly as she walked down the aisle wearing an ethereal creation of lace, seed pearls, and chiffon.
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evanescent (ephemeral )
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বিলীয়মান vanishing, evanescent দ্রুতসঁচারী evanescent ক্ষণস্থায়ী temporary, transitory, transient, evanescent, fragile, impermanent বিলীয়মান fugacious. soon passing out of sight, memory, or existence; quickly fading or disappearing. "the evanescent Arctic summer". synonyms: vanishing, fading, evaporating, melting away, disappearing, diminishing, dwindling, shrinking, fugitive; rare fugacious. "they were operating on an evanescent budget" ephemeral**, fleeting*, short-lived, short-term, passing, transitory*, transient*, fugitive, momentary, temporary, brief, here today and gone tomorrow; rare fugacious. tending to vanish like vapor. The storm flashed into existence above us and lasted only a short time--an evanescent turbulence of wind and cloud. lasting only for a very short time Examples of Evanescent in a sentence We would have all missed the evanescent moment if not for the photographer's speed and skill. Even though April seemed interested in taking piano lessons now, her mother knew her interest was only evanescent and would soon disappear. Rainbows are evanescent because they do not stay around for long periods of time. When the temperature rises, the snow becomes evanescent as it turns into water. The lightning was evanescent and disappeared just as quickly as it appeared. For a while, the scent of the roses filled the room, and then it became evanescent. The Hawaiian waterfall is so beautiful it could never be an evanescent memory for anyone. Unfortunately, the best dreams are always evanescent and end at sunrise. Your childhood years are evanescent so appreciate each moment before you have to grow up and get a job. Money is evanescent, but love and friendship are forever.
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excoriate (d) ( criticize, damage the surface )
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ছাল ছাড়ান skin, decorticate, flay, excoriate, bark, flench চর্মশূন্য করা excoriate, flay খোসা ছাড়ান peel, shuck, excoriate, decorticate তীব্র সমালোচনা করা excoriate কঠোর সমালোচনা করা criticize, scalp, excoriate চর্ম উন্মোচন করা excoriate, flay ছাল তোলা skin, excoriate, excorticate. damage or remove part of the surface of (the skin). "the discharge is acrid and excoriates the skin of the nose" synonyms: abrade, rub away, rub off, rub raw, scrape, scratch, chafe, damage; strip away, peel away, skin; technical decorticate. to criticize very harshly. Entrusted with the prototype to his company's latest smartphone, Larry, during a late night karaoke bout, let the prototype slip into the hands of a rival company--the next day Larry was excoriated, and then fired. *** to severely condemn Examples of Excoriate in a sentence In his speech, the president will excoriate the dictator's actions and state his plans for military intervention. The church elders have no choice but to publicly excoriate the young minister who was convicted of selling drugs. How dare my mother excoriate me for getting pregnant outside of marriage when she did the same thing? The stern judge will excoriate the behavior of the repeat offender by sentencing him to thirty years in prison. Because Ann is an atheist, she will probably excoriate the decision to allow prayer in schools.
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execrate (abhor,detest)
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ঘৃণা করা hate, loathe, detest, despise, look down on, execrate অভিশাপ দেত্তয়া curse, imprecate, execrate, denounce, damn, anathematize অত্যন্ত ঘৃণা করা execrate. feel or express great loathing for. "they were execrated as dangerous and corrupt". synonyms: revile, denounce, decry, condemn, vilify; detest, loathe, hate, abhor, abominate, despise, regard with disgust, feel disgust for, feel aversion/revulsion to; rare excoriate, anathematize. to curse and hiss at Though the new sitcom did decently in the ratings, Nelson railed against the show, saying that it was nothing more than an execrable pastiche of tired cliché's and canned laughter. Definition of Execrate to strongly condemn an individual or thing Examples of Execrate in a sentence After being injured in the war, my uncle came to execrate gun violence. The members of the Animal Society execrate people who abuse cats and dogs. Because my ex-boyfriend stole all my money, I will execrate him during my testimony. The prosecutor will execrate the defendant's character in court. In his speech, the president will execrate the actions of the terrorists.
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exegesis (N)
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ব্যাখ্যা explanation, interpretation, commentary, exposition, illustration, exegesis. critical explanation or interpretation of a text, especially of scripture. "the task of biblical exegesis" synonyms: interpretation, explanation, exposition, explication, elucidation, clarification; gloss, annotation. critical explanation or analysis, especially of a text. The Bible is fertile ground for exegesis--over the past five centuries there have been as many interpretations as there are pages in the Old Testament. Definition of Exegesis detailed explanation of a written passage Examples of Exegesis in a sentence The student's exegesis of the novel was one of the best summaries the professor had ever read. Because the youth minister wanted the children to easily understand the scripture, he wrote a simple exegesis of the passage. Many of the church rules are derived from man's exegesis of the Bible. After listening to the author's exegesis of his latest book, I realized I had completely missed the theme of the novel. The exegesis of the foreign text can only be interpreted by a linguist who is familiar with ancient Mandarin.
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exemplar (model,paragon)
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আদর্শ ideal, model, norm, example, sampling, exemplar দৃষ্টান্ত illustration, example, paradigm, exemplar, footstep, eidolon নমুনা sample, specimen, swatch, pattern, example, exemplar আদর্শ ব্যক্তি exemplar, example আদর্শ বস্তু example, exemplar, specimen উদাহরণ example, instance, illustration, precedent, case, exemplar. syn-- model, paragon, ideal, type,embodiment, essence, quintessence; paradigm, archetype, prototype, pattern, blueprint, standard, criterion, benchmark, yardstick; byword; rare avata. noun): something to be imitated Lena's homework is on the wall because it is an exemplar of clean, neat, and thoughtful work. Definition of Exemplar a person or thing that serves as a model or ideal Examples of Exemplar in a sentence The school valedictorian is an exemplar of the perfect student. During his speech, the president praised the deceased soldier as an exemplar of courage. Because my mom is a successful businesswoman and a wonderful mother, she is my exemplar of the perfect woman. The teacher shared my paper with the class after describing it as an exemplar of a well-written essay. Since the athlete gives a large portion of his salary to charity, he stands as an exemplar of a generous philanthropist.
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exiguity (penury,frugality,abstemiousness) d
exiguity (penury,frugality,abstemiousness) d
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অল্পতা shortness, paucity, exiguity, shortage, frugality, penury স্বল্পতা frugality, fewness, penurity, penury, exiguity, leanness নিস্বতা penury, penurity, frugality, leanness, exiguity দীনতা penury, leanness, need, indigence, affliction, exiguity abstemiousness scantiness leanness inadequacy meagreness spareness scantness insufficiency sparseness thinness poorness sparsity meagerness wateriness deficiency. (noun): the quality of being meager After two months at sea, the exiguity of the ship's supplies forced them to search for fresh water and food.
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exorbitant
exorbitant
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অতিরিক্ত additional, extra, spare, more, excessive, exorbitant গলাকাটা exorbitant অত্যধিক excessive, obsessive, exceeding, undue, over, exorbitant অতিশয় exceeding, exorbitant, excessive, large, deep, dense আধিক্যপূর্ণ abundant, exorbitant, fulsome, plethoric. (of a price or amount charged) unreasonably high. "some hotels charge exorbitant rates for phone calls" synonyms: extortionate, excessively high, extremely high, excessive, sky-high, prohibitive, outrageous, unreasonable, preposterous, inordinate, immoderate, inflated, monstrous, unwarranted, unconscionable, huge, enormous, disproportionate; punitive, ruinous; expensive, extravagant. Definition of Exorbitant unreasonably high amount of something; too much Examples of Exorbitant in a sentence The luxury hotel charges an exorbitant rate of $25 for a single cheeseburger. Because of my budget, I am unable to make exorbitant purchases. While the painters charged us an exorbitant fee, they did very little work. Although Jane's apartment is quite lovely, the rent is a bit exorbitant for my taste. Even though I really need a loan, I cannot pay those exorbitant interest fees! Since Samantha really wanted to be an actress, she had no problem paying the exorbitant tuition for the acting classes. That lazy security guard is being paid an exorbitant salary to sit on his behind every day! Sadly, there was no way the family could afford the exorbitant amount of money demanded by the kidnappers. The exorbitant amount the actress paid for that dress could feed at least ten families for a whole month! My credit card company charges exorbitant rates of interest. greatly exceeding bounds of reason or moderation Shelley made one exorbitant purchase after another, buying new clothes and taking vacations even though she earned a limited salary.
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expansive**(D) ( communicative, extensive)
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অকপট expansive, candid, frank, sincere, straightforward, genuine বিস্তৃত extensive, expansive, outstretched, large, big, diffused ব্যাপক comprehensive, extensive, wide, widespread, mass, expansive প্রসারিত outstretched, expansive, outspread, lengthy সরল straight, simple, plain, naive, innocent, expansive প্রসারণক্ষম expansive খোলাখুলি open, frank, expansive, outright, express, direct. 1. covering a wide area in terms of space or scope; extensive. "expansive beaches" synonyms: extensive, sweeping, rolling; More 2. (of a person or their manner) relaxed and genially frank and communicative. "he was in an expansive mood" synonyms: communicative, forthcoming, sociable, friendly, outgoing, unreserved, uninhibited, open, affable, amiable, genial, chatty, talkative, conversational, garrulous, loquacious, voluble, effusive, demonstrative, extrovert, extroverted; discursive; informal talky. communicative, and prone to talking in a sociable manner After a few sips of cognac, the octogenarian shed his irascible demeanor and became expansive, speaking fondly of the "good old days". This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE Definition of Expansive covering a wide area; extensive Examples of Expansive in a sentence Covering an expansive area, the search team looked high and low for the missing child. The couple's property stemmed out over an expansive area, extending all the way to the road and back to the river's edge. An expansive lot of land was partitioned off to build the gigantic stadium next year. Although she loved her expansive mansion, the lady of the house dreaded cleaning the huge space. Encompassing over 50 acres, the expansive garden spreads through the river valley.
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expunge
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মুছিয়া ফেলা obliterate or remove completely (something unwanted or unpleasant). "the kind of man that could expunge an unsatisfactory incident from his memory" synonyms: erase, remove, delete, rub out, wipe out, efface; cross out, strike out, blot out, blank out; cancel, annul, destroy, obliterate, eradicate, extinguish, eliminate, abolish, annihilate, extirpate. to eliminate completely When I turned 18, all of the shoplifting and jaywalking charges were expunged from my criminal record. Definition of Expunge to remove completely Examples of Expunge in a sentence I would like to expunge my ex-husband from my memory. Because the court has decided to expunge my criminal record, there will be no evidence of my past misdeeds. The president has the power to expunge any person's criminal history in order to give that individual a fresh start in life. When I received the diamond ring from my husband, I felt the need to expunge any anger I previously felt towards him. A chip was put inside the spy's brain to expunge his memory so he would never recall any of his missions. Is there a way for me to expunge this tattoo of my ex-girlfriend? A beautiful day at the beach was more than enough to expunge my recall of a difficult week at the office. After Adam learned he had been wrongly convicted, he asked the judge to expunge his record. The lawyer did everything he could to expunge his client's name from the murder scandal. Because the killer did not want to get caught, he tried to expunge all signs of his presence at the murder scene.
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expurgate (censor)
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শোধন করা. remove matter thought to be objectionable or unsuitable from (a text or account). "an expurgated English translation". synonyms: censor, bowdlerize, blue-pencil, redact, cut, edit; clean up, purge, purify, sanitize. to edit out rude, incorrect, offensive, useless, or otherwise undesirable information; to purge Examples of Expurgate in a sentence The rapper was told that if he did not expurgate the offensive lyrics from his new song, it would never be played on the radio. Although Noah tried very hard to expurgate thoughts of Anna from his mind after the breakup, he still saw her face everywhere. Even though Wikipedia can be a helpful resource, the interactive ability allows anyone to add information that may be inaccurate or expurgate accurate information just because they're offended by it. When she discovered that her brother had found her diary, she decided to expurgate some of the juicier parts by tearing out the pages. The producer agreed to expurgate some of the R-rated scenes so that the movie could be shown on network television. Some parents have demanded that the author remove some of the objectionable language, but similar efforts to expurgate Huckleberry Finn and other great works have resulted in much less effective literature.
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extrapolate (V)
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পূর্বেই দেখা extrapolate দূরদর্শন করা foresee, extrapolate, anticipate আগেই জানা foresee, anticipate, extrapolate. Synonyms: cypher compute calculate work out reckon interpolate cipher figure derive deduct deduce infer draw from specific cases for more general cases By extrapolating from the data on the past three months, we can predict a 5% increase in traffic to our website. Extrapolate meaning and collocations; Meaning: [verb] predict on the basis of known data; extend; This technology and experience greatly improve our ability to interpret and extrapolate from study data. It is not always possible to extrapolate future developments accurately from current data. I think Tom is extrapolating from your own feelings to his. That 11.5% is an extrapolated forecast from estimated national trends. My understanding is they sample and extrapolate from those results. Do you think the modern-day NASA technology extrapolated 60 years into the future. The danger in these predictions is that more often than not we extrapolate recent history into the future. Academics tend to analyse the past and extrapolate that into the future.
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facile
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সহজ easy, simple, facile, soft, light, natural সাবলীল flowing, facile, easy, free, glib সহজসাধ্য easy, facile, get-at-able অনর্গল fluent, unhindered, abundant, unbolted, unrestrained, facile নমনীয় flexible, supple, malleable, ductile, pliable, facile অনায়াস effortless, spontaneous, easy, facile অকষ্টকল্পিত spontaneous, facile, easy. ignoring the true complexities of an issue; superficial. "facile generalizations". synonyms: simplistic, superficial, oversimple, oversimplified, schematic, black and white; shallow, pat, glib, slick, jejune, naive; informal dime-store, bubblegum. Definition of Facile easily performed Examples of Facile in a sentence While the adults found the video game complicated, the teenagers thought it was facile and easily played. No one was surprised when the senior detective solved the facile case in less than twenty-four hours. Since Jack had studied for the exam, he earned a perfect score on the facile test. The experienced ballerina learned the facile routine in ten minutes. Running a mile each morning is a facile feat for a marathon runner who does not blink at the idea of running thirteen miles in a single race. If you are a skilled computer programmer, you will find this coding task to be rather facile.
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factious
factious
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দুর্দান্ত desperate, formidable, unruly, fell, grim, factious রাজবৈরপূর্ণ factious, factional দলাদলি-প্রবণ factional, factious বিরোধপূর্ণ factional, factious. relating or inclined to dissension. "a factious country". synonyms: divided, split, sectarian, schismatic, dissenting, contentious, discordant, conflicting, argumentative, disagreeing, disputatious, quarrelling, quarrelsome, clashing, warring, at odds, disharmonious, tumultuous, turbulent, dissident, rebellious produced by, or characterized by internal dissension The controversial bill proved factious, as dissension even within parties resulted. Definition of Factious given to disagreements that lead to the development of conflict and problems within a group Examples of Factious in a sentence When my factious son gets mad with one of his pals, he tries to separate the person from the group by starting an argument. The billionaire was a factious man who enjoyed creating tasks that put his employees at odds with each other. While Jeff hoped his idea would bring the church members together, his plan was factious and split the church in half. The leader of the racist group was known for his factious attempts to instigate ethnic disagreements in small towns. During the interrogation, the factious detective attempted to turn the conspirators against each other.
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factitious (conf-- fictitious)
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কপট insidious, tortuous, Factitious, two-faced, two-tongued কৃত্রিম affected, constrained, Factitious, FALSE, niminy-piminy, personated অস্বাভাবিক hyper, out of the ordinary, anomalous, atypical, constrained, curious মানবপ্রয়াসসৃষ্ট Factitious. bogus counterfeit ersatz** fabricated factitious faked false falsie hyped up manufactured mock phony plastic sham simulated specious** spurious** substitute synthetic unnatural. conf (artificial; not natural The defendant's story was largely factitious and did not accord with eyewitness testimonies)
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fictitious ( from friction )
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not real or true; imaginary or fabricated. "reports of a deal were dismissed as fictitious by the Minister" synonyms: false, fake, counterfeit, fabricated, sham; untrue, bogus, spurious, assumed, affected,improvised, feigned,pretend. Definition of Fictitious not real; imaginary; made up Examples of Fictitious in a sentence I always use a fictitious name when submitting comments online, to maintain my privacy. That history book is a fictitious work written by an amateur historian without any historical education. Scott created a fictitious nonprofit organization, funneling his money through it tax free. Andrew is awesome at spinning fictitious stories out of thin air, which is why he is so good at story-telling. We were duped by the new employee's supposed credentials, which we later learned were entirely fictitious.
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feckless
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(adj.) lacking in spirit and strength; ineffective, weak; irresponsible, unreliable careless or irresponsible without effect generally incompetent and ineffectual ineffective lacking in spirit and strength lacking initiative or strength of character; irresponsible incompetent. অসহায় helpless, defenseless, powerless, feckless, solitary, forceless নিস্তেজ dull, limp, tame, faint, feeble, feckless ব্যর্থ unsuccessful, vain, futile, naught, abortive, feckless নিষ্প্রভ dull, dim, lusterless, lustreless, feckless, toneless. lacking initiative or strength of character; irresponsible. "her feckless younger brother" synonyms: useless, worthless, incompetent, inefficient, inept, good-for-nothing, ne'er-do-well; lazy, idle, slothful, indolent, shiftless, spiritless, apathetic, aimless, unambitious, unenterprising; informal no-good, no-account, lousy lazy and irresponsible Two years after graduation, Charlie still lived with his parents and had no job, becoming more feckless with each passing day. Definition of Feckless someone who is irresponsible or ineffective Examples of Feckless in a sentence Larry was such a feckless manager that the company was forced to declare bankruptcy. Because so many feckless parents are raising children these days, we shouldn't be surprised at the number of irresponsible teenagers. Erin had come to accept the fact that her parents would always think that every boyfriend was a feckless loser, no matter how smart and successful he might be. Phil is probably the most feckless worker at the company, but he's so charming and lovable he's somehow managed to work here for fifteen years. The police were able to make an arrest because the feckless burglar had left his wallet at the scene of the robbery. Loony Tunes cartoons featured a variety of feckless villains such as Wile E. Coyote, Sylvester the Cat, and Elmer Fudd, who were always outwitted by the good guys . Clarissa told her father-in-law that he would regret it if he hired her feckless brother. Mark is not just one of those feckless rich kids who lives off his family fortune and never lifts a finger; he gets in there and digs in just like any of the other employees. The feckless smuggler was easily captured when he delivered the goods to the undercover FBI agents. After several feckless attempts at building it, Jon and his son were finally able to spend the night in the treehouse without fear that it might fall apart.
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fecund
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ফলপ্রসূ fruitful, effective, operative, fecund, fertile, pregnant উর্বর fertile, prolific, fruitful, fat, productive, fecund বহুপ্রসূ fecund (adj.) capable of producing offspring or vegetation. Synonyms: fertile. Antonyms: sterile. fecund (adj.) intellectually productive. Synonyms: fertile. productive. prolific. Antonyms: unproductive,inventive. intellectually productive The artist had entered a fecund period, producing three masterpieces in the span of two months. Definition of Fecund intellectually productive or inventive Examples of Fecund in a sentence The computer programmer was a fecund person who could quickly identify and solve problems. Although Jim was fecund at work and always met his daily goals, he rarely left his favorite chair at home. The airline is looking for fecund individuals who can complete many tasks in a short period of time. Because gifted students are more fecund than students of lower intelligence, they usually turn in better assignments than their peers. When James turned sixty, he was fired from his job because his managers felt he was no longer fecund and capable of meeting deadlines. The school librarian is a fecund woman who can tell you the location of every book without looking at a computer screen. Even though Matt is very fecund, I seriously doubt if he can solve the puzzle in under a minute. While Janet pretends to be fecund, she has never offered a solution during our weekly problem-solving meetings. Is Linda really so fecund that she invents two projects every week or is she stealing ideas from others? The fecund engineer knew he had to quickly find a way to fix the collapsing bridge.
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fell **
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adjective): terribly evil For fans of the Harry Potter series, the fell Lord Voldemort, who terrorized poor Harry for seven lengthy installments, has finally been vanquished by the forces of good--unless, that is, JK Rowling decides to come out of retirement. This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE
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ingratiate
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অনুগ্রহ ভাজন করান ingratiate নিজেকে কারো অনুগ্রহভাজন করা ingratiate তোষামোদ করে নিজেকে কারো নেকনজরে আনা ingratiate. Definition of Ingratiate to try to get someone's approval by doing or saying things that will please them Examples of Ingratiate in a sentence Since the new teacher failed to ingratiate herself with the students, she found it hard to maintain an orderly classroom. The con artist hoped to ingratiate himself into the wealthy widow's life. While I do like you a great deal, I am not willing to ingratiate myself into your life by telling you a bunch of lies. Because Sarah wanted a raise, she decided to ingratiate herself with her boss by offering to work on the weekends. How dare you try to ingratiate yourself into my child's life by buying her toys! The candidate will try to ingratiate himself with voters by promising to reduce taxes. If you are trying to ingratiate yourself to me by offering me chocolate, it is not going to work! Although the prisoner did everything he could to ingratiate himself with the parole board, his parole was still denied. To win the business contract, the vendor had to ingratiate himself with the office manager. Matthew tried everything he could to ingratiate himself in his ex-girlfriend's life.
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firebrand n
firebrand n
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জ্বলন্ত কাষ্ঠখণ্ড. (noun): someone who deliberately creates trouble Freddie is a firebrand: every time he walks into the office, he winds up at the center of heated argument. a person who is very passionate about a particular cause. "a political firebrand". synonyms: radical, revolutionary; troublemaker, agitator, rabble-rouser, demagogue, soapbox orator, incendiary, subversive. NICE ------------------- Definition of Firebrand someone who is passionate about a social or political cause and tries to make people feel the same by stirring up emotions and instigating trouble Examples of Firebrand in a sentence Because he was labeled a firebrand, the protester was not allowed to attend the rally. The firebrand started a riot for Civil Rights during a political campaign. A firebrand at heart, the man decided to ignite outrage by leaking government documents. The firebrand wanted to get people inspired to start a rebellion against the government. A firebrand was responsible for starting a riot after the results of the controversial verdict were released.
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flag **( languish,exhausted,tired)
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অবসন্নভাবে ঝুলিতে থাকা flag অবসন্ন হত্তয়া be tired out, languish, become peaky, flag, become peaked, collapse নিস্তেজ হত্তয়া mope, languish, flag, quail ঝিমান snooze, doze, abate, drowse, slacken, flag নেতা হত্তয়া droop, flag, be exhausted, lead v droop, sink, or settle from or as if from pressure or loss of tautness; become less intense After the three crushing defeats in the last three games, the team's enthusiasm began to flag. This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE.
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flippant
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জেঠা precocious, impertinent, flippant বাচাল talkative, vocal, garrulous, gossipy, blithering, flippant ধৃষ্ট cocky, assuming, pretentious, snotty, malapert, flippant হাসিখুশি sunny, lively, sportive, festive, hearty, flippant উটকা unknown, unbelievable, preposterous, queer, unexpected, flippant ফাজিল talkative, flippant উটকো preposterous, unnecessary, unknown, unbelievable, queer, flippant. not showing a serious or respectful attitude. "a flippant remark" synonyms: frivolous*, superficial, shallow, glib, thoughtless, carefree, irresponsible, insouciant, offhand; disrespectful, irreverent, facetious, cheeky, pert, over familiar, impudent*, impertinent; informal flip; informal saucy; informal sassy. Definition of Flippant lacking proper respect or seriousness Examples of Flippant in a sentence The student's flippant actions towards the teacher got him suspended from school. If you are flippant during your job interview, you will not be offered a position. My flippant response earned me an angry glance from my instructor. Although my apology to the judge sounded flippant, I was really sorry for my actions. I mean you no disrespect so please forgive my flippant tone. Because the clerk was flippant to me during checkout, I filed a complaint with the store manager. Everyone was shocked when the well-behaved young man made a flippant remark to his grandmother. Did you really expect the professor to waste valuable time answering your flippant question? Even though Larry knew his mother wanted a serious answer, he still gave her a flippant response. At my school, the nuns will tap your knuckles with a ruler if you have a flippant attitude.
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flummox ( confound, puzzle, confuse)
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বিভ্রান্ত করা distract, maze, obfuscate, beguile, encumber, flummox বিহ্বল করা distract, discomfit, mystify, embarrass, overwhelm, flummox হতবুদ্ধি করা befuddle, baffle, confound, puzzle, dash, flummox. perplex (someone) greatly; bewilder. "I was completely flummoxed by the whole thing". synonyms: baffle, bewilder, mystify, bemuse, perplex, puzzle, confuse, confound, nonplus, disconcert, throw, throw off balance, disorientate, take aback, set thinking; informal bamboozle, discombobulate, faze, stump, beat, fox, make someone scratch their head, be all Greek to, make someone's head spin, floor, fog; informal buffalo; archaic wilder, gravel, maze. Definition of Flummox to baffle or make confusing Examples of Flummox in a sentence The defense attorney's questions were designed to flummox the prosecuting witness. Because I didn't study for the final exam, all the questions seemed to flummox me. The confusing speech will probably flummox most listeners. If you are not familiar with certain technical terms, the engineering article may flummox you. The complicated instructions could easily flummox an uneducated person.
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fractious
fractious
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ঝগড়াটে wrangling, fractious, quarrelsome, cantankerous, grumpy, disputatious খিট্খিটে grouchy, techy, testy, irritable, peevish, fractious বদমেজাজি acrimonious, fretful, fractious, atrabilious, nasty, ill-tempered অবাধ্য rebellious, recalcitrant, naughty, Disobedient, fractious, Insubordinate খিটখিটে tetchy, testy, crabbed, crusty, currish, fractious ঝগড়াটে contentious, fratchy, querulous. (typically of children) irritable and quarrelsome. "they fight and squabble like fractious children" synonyms: grumpy, grouchy, crotchety, in a (bad) mood, cantankerous, bad-tempered, ill-tempered, ill-natured, ill-humoured, peevish, having got out of bed the wrong side, cross, as cross as two sticks, disagreeable, pettish; More (of a group or organization) difficult to control; unruly. "King Malcolm struggled to unite his fractious kingdom" synonyms: wayward, unruly, uncontrollable, unmanageable, out of hand, obstreperous, difficult, headstrong, refractory, recalcitrant, intractable; disobedient, insubordinate, disruptive, disorderly, undisciplined, trouble making, rebellious, mutinous, anarchic; defiant, stubborn, obstinate, contrary, wilful; archaic contumacious. irritable and is likely to cause disruption We rarely invite my fractious Uncle over for dinner; he always complains about the food, and usually launches into a tirade on some touchy subject. Definition of Fractious hard to manage or control. Examples of Fractious in a sentence The inexperienced teacher found the fractious students difficult to control. During the concert, police officers were on hand just in case the crowd became fractious. The fractious child would not listen to a word his mother said. As a new manager, Hank is not used to dealing with fractious employees who do not follow directions. Surprisingly, the antidepressant turned the reserved little boy into a fractious child who was completely unmanageable. Before this argument gets fractious and we both say things we regret, let us go our separate ways. The fractious dog would not obey its owner's commands. When the rebels' group leader died, the group became fractious and unable to work as a unit. The principal gave the fractious students detention for misbehaving in the cafeteria. After the football game, the fans of the losing team became fractious and started to vandalize the stadium.
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gaffe
gaffe
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অসমীচীন কাজ gaffe ভুল mistake, error, oversight, fault, boob, gaffe অসমীচীন মন্তব্য gaffe ভুল পদক্ষেপ false step, faux pas, gaffe. an unintentional act or remark causing embarrassment to its originator; a blunder. "in my first few months at work I made some real gaffes" synonyms: blunder, mistake, error, slip; indiscretion, impropriety. Definition of Gaffe an obvious error or mistake Examples of Gaffe in a sentence Because of the quarterback's gaffe, our team lost the big game. Clarice made a social gaffe when she wore jeans to a formal event. After the actress tripped over her dress, she realized millions of people had seen her gaffe. The blogger made a gaffe when he referred to the football player by another athlete's name. Because you are human, you are bound to make a gaffe every now and then. (noun): a socially awkward or tactless act In a famous gaffe, Vice President Quayle attempted to correct the spelling of a grade school student, only to find that the child was correct.
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gambit
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an act or remark that is calculated to gain an advantage, especially at the outset of a situation. "his resignation was a tactical gambit" synonyms: stratagem, machination, scheme, plan, tactic, manoeuvre, move, course of action, line of action, device, operation; ruse, trick, ploy, artifice; informal wheeze, wangle. Definition of Gambit something done or said in order to gain a benefit or advantage Examples of Gambit in a sentence The general's gambit did not pay off, and soon we were surrounded by enemy soldiers. Once again my sister got a free lunch by performing her gambit of leaving her purse at home. Do you think the singer's song-leaking gambit will pay off with huge album sales? Each time the prosecutor thought he had won the jury over, the defense team used a gambit to have evidence thrown out of court. Jill used a fake pregnancy as a gambit to get a millionaire to marry her. noun): a manuveur or risk in a game or conversation, designed to secure an advantage Randy played a gambit, telling his boss that he would leave at the end of the week if he didn't get a raise.
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gerrymander (N,V)
gerrymander (N,V)
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noun ষড়্যন্ত্র intrigue, plot, scheme, conspiracy, cabal, gerrymander কূটকৌশল gerrymander verb জাল করা counterfeit, fake, fabricate, forge, feign, gerrymander. cheat cheating--n part separate divide--v Definition of Gerrymander to separate an entity like a region or state into political divisions so that one party has an unjust advantage Examples of Gerrymander in a sentence The politician hoped to gerrymander the western states so his party could control electoral regions. By limiting the redesign of districts, state officials hope to prevent efforts to gerrymander. The group that can gerrymander districts will have the opportunity to earn the most congressional seats. During their chat, the political experts discussed how one party's efforts to gerrymander could result in a victory for that faction. The political party hoped to gerrymander by changing the geographical borders of the voting areas. Since most districts have a Republican majority, the Democrats will find it hard to gerrymander the regions in a beneficial way. The campaign's biggest concern is that the opposition will gerrymander its way to an unfair number of voters. When the governor tried to alter the district lines so his political party would win the elections, he was accused of trying to gerrymander votes. The state politicians who are in office hope to gerrymander their districts to ensure they maintain their seats. Since Republicans oversee a large number of states, they can easily gerrymander and have an advantage during elections.
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graft (N,V)
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ঘুস graft, bribe, gift, payola, bakshish, baksheesh কলম pen, grafting, graft, ballpoint pen, quill, calamus ঘুষ bribe, graft, gift, payola, bakshish, baksheesh টিকা vaccination, inoculation, grafting, graft উত্কোচ bribe, baksheesh, bakshish, graft, payola verb কলম করা graft, engraft অসাধুতায় রত থাকা graft অসাধুতা করা graft টিকা দেত্তয়া vaccinate, inoculate, graft কলম লাগান inoculate, graft দেহকলা সংযোজন graft. noun): corruption, usually through bribery In countries with rampant graft, getting a driver's license can require no more than paying an official. This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE Definition of Graft corruption, specifically use of a politician's authority for personal gain Examples of Graft in a sentence Many people believe the president is guilty of graft since his personal businesses will indeed benefit from his political position. Convictions for graft were rare, even though politicians regularly lined their pockets with taxpayer money. Fraud and graft allegations were directed at the greedy senator who accepted bribes for his vote. Though he denied the graft allegations, a judge ruled that the politician was indeed guilty of corrupt business practices fueled by his position of power. Graft was rampant throughout congress, with most representatives using their positions to make themselves rich while their constituents remained poor.
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grandiloquent
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বাগাড়ম্বরপূর্ণ verbose, grandiloquent, grandiose, mouthy, high-flown, high-sounding আড়ম্বরপূর্ণ stylish, gorgeous, frilly, gala, grandiose, grandiloquent জাঁকজমকপূর্ণ solemn, pompous, mouthy, grandiloquent জাঁকাল stylish, of great importance, loud, grandiose, gaudy, grandiloquent সমারোহপূর্ণ grandiloquent, mouthy, gala, pontifical, solemn শব্দঝংকৃত grandiloquent বাগাড়ম্বরপূর্ণ on stilts, rhetorical, declamatory, orotund, stilted, windy. pompous or extravagant in language, style, or manner, especially in a way that is intended to impress. "a grandiloquent celebration of Spanish glory" synonyms: pompous, bombastic, magniloquent, pretentious, ostentatious, high-flown, high-sounding, rhetorical, orotund, fustian, florid, flowery; laboured, strained, overwrought, overblown, overripe, overdone; wordy, periphrastic; epic, Homeric, Miltonian; Definition of Grandiloquent prone to using sophisticated language in order to impress people Examples of Grandiloquent in a sentence Even though Rick did not understand the grandiloquent words, he still used them to impress his wealthy friends. The city girl's grandiloquent talk was confusing to the people in the country town. When I heard the salesman's grandiloquent speech, I knew he was trying to make the car deal sound better than it actually was. Jack's use of grandiloquent terminology failed to impress the job interviewer. Although Heather started to talk in a grandiloquent manner when she became famous, she was and always will be my little sister. The grandiloquent attorney thought he could persuade any jury with his fancy words. Because the politician made grandiloquent speeches too sophisticated for voters to understand, he did not fair well in the polls. Bill's grandiloquent conversation made him seem out of place among the uneducated workers. When the president spoke, he talked in such grandiloquent terms the public never grasped his plans. I rarely read the author's works because I find it difficult to comprehend his grandiloquent writing style.
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gumption (n)
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বুঝ gumption, consolation, explanation সাধারণ বুদ্ধি common sense, gumption কাণ্ডজ্ঞান savvy, common sense, nous, horse sense, gumption ণত্বষত্বজ্ঞান gumption, nous, common sense কেজো বা ব্যবহারিক বুদ্ধি gumption. shrewd or spirited initiative and resourcefulness. "the president would hire almost any young man who had the gumption to ask for a job" synonyms: initiative, resourcefulness, enterprise, imagination, imaginativeness, ingenuity, inventiveness; cleverness, astuteness, shrewdness, acumen, discernment, understanding, reason, wisdom, sagacity, sense, common sense, wit, mother wit, native wit, native ability, practicality; spirit, forcefulness, backbone, pluck, mettle, nerve, resourcefulness and determination Wallace Stegner lamented the lack of gumption in the U.S. during the sixties, claiming that no young person knew the value of work. Definition of Gumption ability and courage to get things done Examples of Gumption in a sentence Building up the gumption to jump, the dare devil made his way to the edge of the cliff. Do you really have the gumption to sing in front of a million people? The boy had the admirable gumption to face his bully. The runner's grit and gumption helped him push forward when the run got difficult. Have the gumption to do something about it instead of being a coward! If the man had a little more gumption, then he wouldn't be so afraid of failing. Not many of the dieters had the gumption to stick with the plan, but there were a few who didn't quit. Marla had the gumption to speak her mind even when others stayed silent. Though his job paid well, he had the gumption to ask his penny-pinching boss for a raise.
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hagiographic
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overly or insincerely flattering a hagiographic portrait of one of the pioneers of the automotive age Synonyms of hagiographic adulatory, gushing, gushy, fulsome (also hagiographical), oily, oleaginous, soapy, unctuous. excessively flattering toward someone's life or work Most accounts of Tiger Woods life were hagiographic, until, that is, his affairs made headlines.
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hail **
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(verb): enthusiastically acclaim or celebrate something Many college superstar athletes are hailed as the next big thing, but then flop at the professional level. **This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE. noun শিলাবৃষ্টি hail, sleet, hailstorm শিলা rock, hail, stone, snow শিল hail, hailstone অভ্যর্থনা reception, greeting, hail দূর হইতে আহ্বান hail, greeting কানের সান্নিধ্য hail কানের নাগাল hail অভ্যর্থন reception, greeting, hail করকা hailstone, hail করকাবৃষ্টি hailstorm, hail ধারাঙ্কুর hail বর্ষণ rain, shower, pour, fall, hail, bestowal verb দূর হইতে ডাক করা hail থামিতে আসিতে বলা hail কাছে আসিতে বলা hail শিলাবৃষ্টি হত্তয়া hail শিলাবৃষ্টি করান hail সম্বোধন করা address, accost, appeal, hail সম্ভাষণসূচক বা অভিবাদনসূচক শব্দ hail কানের নাগাল বা সান্নিধ্য hail প্রীতিসম্ভাষণ জানান hail থামিতে বা কাষে আসিতে বলা hail.
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halcyon
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adjective শান্ত quiet, calm, cool, peaceful, tranquil, halcyon শান্তিপূর্ণ peaceful, quiet, peaceable, undisturbed, still, halcyon সুখপূর্ণ happy, pleasant, felicitous, halcyon, bright. denoting a period of time in the past that was idyllically happy and peaceful. "the halcyon days of the mid 1980s, when profits were soaring" synonyms: serene, calm, pleasant, balmy, tranquil, peaceful, temperate, mild, quiet, gentle, placid, still, windless, stormless. "hot, halcyon days of sunshine" happy, carefree, blissful, golden, joyful, joyous, contented, idyllic, palmy; flourishing, thriving, prosperous, successful. idyllically calm and peaceful; suggesting happy tranquillity; marked by peace and prosperity The first decade after WWI was a halcyon period in America with new-found wealth and rapidly improving technology. Definition of Halcyon calm and undisturbed Examples of Halcyon in a sentence I was very content during the halcyon days of my childhood. Because the waters are halcyon, today is a great day for a boat trip. The isolated cabin is sure to provide me with a halcyon escape from the noise of the crowded city. After three months, the celebrity couple's halcyon marriage transformed into a path to divorce. The Smiths were enjoying a halcyon night by the fireplace when the sound of gunfire shattered their peace. Before the dog ran into the room and jumped on me, I was enjoying a halcyon nap. The building of the noisy multi-lane highway is sure to destroy the halcyon nature of the small town. After we survived the weekend storms, we were gifted with halcyon weather. With all the wars on this planet, we are definitely not living in halcyon times. As I sat in the quiet gardens, I found it easy to relax in such a halcyon setting.
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hauteur (arrogance) n
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ঔদ্ধত্য proud haughtiness of manner. "she swept into the room with formidable hauteur" synonyms: haughtiness, superciliousness, loftiness, arrogance, pride, conceit, snobbery, snobbishness, superiority, self-importance, disdain, disdainfulness, condescension, contempt, scorn. overbearing pride evidenced by a superior manner toward inferiors As soon as she won the lottery, Alice begin displaying a hauteur to her friends, calling them dirty-clothed peasants behind their backs. Definition of Hauteur conceit; arrogance Examples of Hauteur in a sentence Jim's hauteur has led him to believe he is better than everyone else. When I approached Heather about her hauteur, she refused to acknowledge her own arrogance. Kate's hauteur prevented her from seeing the homeless woman as an equal. Although my doctor is an intelligent man, his hauteur sometimes makes me feel inadequate. The vain prince offended many people with his hauteur. When Elizabeth tripped and fell, her hauteur prevented her from allowing the vagrant to help her off the ground. Did you see how the doorman at the ritzy hotel looked upon me with hauteur because I was dressed in sweatpants? Since April won the beauty pageant, she has pranced around the school with such hauteur that everyone has started to hate her. The famous actor is filled with hauteur and refuses to work for anything less than ten million dollars. Because Chad is very wealthy, he tends to look down on others with a hauteur that makes him very unlikable.
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hector (cow,intimidate)
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talk to (someone) in a bullying way. "she doesn't hector us about giving up things" synonyms: bully, intimidate, browbeat, cow, badger, chivvy, harass, torment, plague; coerce, pressurize, strong-arm, threaten, menace, ride roughshod over, use strong-arm tactics on, dragoon; informalbulldoze, railroad, steamroller; to bully or intimidate The boss's hectoring manner put off many employees, some of whom quit as soon as they found new jobs.
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hedge ** 2
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রক্ষা করা protect, defend, save, maintain, conserve, hedge ঘেরাত্ত করা enclose, inclose, encompass, ring, besiege, hedge ঘেরাও করা hedge, Encompass. n--a word or phrase used to avoid overprecise commitment, for example etc., often, or sometimes. synonyms: equivocation, evasion, fudge, quibble, qualification, qualifying expression; temporizing, uncertainty, prevarication, vagueness. v---limit or qualify (something) by conditions or exceptions. "they hedged their story about with provisos" synonyms: confine, restrict, limit, hinder, obstruct, impede, constrain, trap; hem in, shut in, close. ** verb): to limit or qualify a statement; to avoid making a direct statement When asked why he had decided to buy millions of shares at the very moment the tech companies stock soared, the CEO hedged, mentioning something vague about gut instinct. This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE
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histrionic
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excessively theatrical or dramatic in character or style. "a histrionic outburst". synonyms: melodramatic, theatrical, affected, dramatic, exaggerated, actorly, actressy, stagy, showy, artificial, overacted, overdone, unnatural, mannered, stilted, unreal; informal hammy, ham, camp. to be overly theatrical Though she received a B- on the test, she had such a histrionic outburst that one would have thought that she'd been handed a death sentence. নাটুকে scenic, theatrical, histrionic, dramatic, scenical, stagy নাটকীয় dramatic, histrionic, histrionical রঙ্গমঁচসংক্রান্ত histrionic রঙ্গমঁচাভিনেতাসংক্রান্ত histrionic ভণ্ডামিপূর্ণ hypocritical, sanctimonious, histrionic রঙ্গমঞ্চাভিনেতা সংক্রান্ত histrion, histrionic
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hoary (ancient)
hoary (ancient)
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শুক্ল white, hoary, gray, bright, clean, clear ধূসরাভ greyish, hoary, hoar পলিত gray, hoary, hoar, aged, old, grey প্রাচীন ancient, old, archaic, primitive, venerable, hoary শুভ্র white, bright, gray, hoar, hoary, pure বয়সের দরুন শুভ্র বা পালিত hoary. Definition of Hoary incredibly old Examples of Hoary in a sentence The hoary house was built in the eighteenth century and is now part of a museum. When someone told me Jeff's girlfriend was hoary, I could not believe my pal would date a woman three times his age. The hoary tree has been living in the field for over two centuries. Because the computer is hoary, it is doubtful it will function after being in a closet for nearly twenty years. Pete's car is so hoary the manufacturer does not make replacement parts for it anymore.
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hobble D (IMPEDE,Hamper)
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থামিয়া পড়া limp, hobble, hop ব্যাহত করা impede, thwart, hamper, frustrate, encumber, hobble খোঁড়াইয়া খোঁড়াইয়া বা জবুথবুভাবে চলা hobble. to hold back the progress of something Bad weather has hobbled rescue efforts, making it difficult for crews to find bodies in the wreckage. walk in an awkward way, typically because of pain from an injury. "he was hobbling around on crutches". synonyms: limp, walk with a limp, walk with difficulty, move unsteadily, walk unevenly, walk lamely, walk haltingly; shuffle, shamble, falter, totter, dodder, stagger, stumble, reel, lurch; hirple.
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hoodwink (deceive or trick)
hoodwink (deceive or trick)
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ফাঁকি দেত্তয়া play false, fool, finagle, bluff, quack, hoodwink ধাঁধা দেত্তয়া hoodwink, confound, bamboozle ধাঁধা লাগান daze, confound, bewilder, puzzle, mystify, hoodwink. deceive or trick. "staff were hoodwinked into thinking the cucumber was a sawn-off shotgun" synonyms: deceive, trick, dupe, outwit, fool, delude, cheat, take in, bluff, hoax, mislead, misguide, lead on, defraud, double-cross, swindle, gull, finagle, get the better of; informalcon, bamboozle, do, have, sting, gyp, diddle, fiddle, swizzle, shaft, bilk, rook. Definition of Hoodwink to trick or deceive someone Examples of Hoodwink in a sentence In an attempt to hoodwink the woman into opening the front door, the rapist pretended to be a police officer. Car dealerships often hoodwink customers into coming to their lots by making promises of incredibly low payments. In the shady bar, the bartender is known for trying to hoodwink customers by passing off cheap whiskey as a premium brand. The con artist was arrested when he tried to hoodwink the undercover police officer. After the hurricane, many dishonest individuals tried to hoodwink generous people into donating to fake charities. The president's rivals claim he is trying to hoodwink the public into believing war is necessary for the country's safety. Since Jed does not want a bachelor party, it is my job to hoodwink him into attending the celebration I have secretly planned. Stores hoodwink customers by increasing prices on items and then offering special discounts on the same products. As Patrick read the suspicious email, he realized someone was trying to hoodwink him into sharing his financial information. The lewd man was able to hoodwink naïve girls into believing he was a famous casting director.
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hubris (arrogance,hauteur,vanity,insolence) n
hubris (arrogance,hauteur,vanity,insolence) n
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excessive pride or self-confidence overbearing pride or presumption arrogance excessive pride or arrogance that results in the downfall of the protagonist of a tragedy arrogant presumption or pride. ঔদ্ধত্য arrogance, insolence, hubris, pride, hauteur, impertinence অযথা গর্ব hubris. overbearing pride or presumption Bill Clinton was criticized for his hubris, since he believed he could get away with anything once in the White House excessive pride or self-confidence. "the self-assured hubris among economists was shaken in the late 1980s" synonyms: arrogance, conceit, conceitedness, haughtiness, pride, vanity, self-importance, self-conceit, pomposity, vanity. definition of Hubris an excess of confidence; having too much pride and personal worth Examples of Hubris in a sentence The leader of the cult had so much hubris he believed the government would never be able to capture him. Although the priest had taken a vow to help others, his own personal judgment was blinded by hubris. Since Cynthia won the beauty pageant, she has allowed her hubris to turn into arrogance. Most politicians are so inflated by their own hubris they cannot understand the needs of their communities. Eventually, his hubris would be his downfall. Filled with hubris, the rabbit lost the race to the turtle. Feeling unbeatable because of her hubris, Carolyn did not prepare well for the contest and lost. Don't let your hubris cost you friends! Although Michael won over twenty Olympic medals, his hubris did not isolate him from the other athletes. Overcome by hubris, the teenager pulled a gun on the six police officers.
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imbroglio n (confusing and embarrassing situation)
imbroglio n (confusing and embarrassing situation)
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noun জট tangle, mole, imbroglio, skein, knot, complication জটিল অবস্থা entanglement, imbroglio বিশৃঙ্খলা chaos, disorder, clutter, confusion, mess, imbroglio ঝগড়া dispute, hassle, quarrel, brawl, row, imbroglio ঝগড়াঝাঁটি altercation, quarrel, muss, imbroglio বিবাদ conflict, strife, contention, quarrel, contest, imbroglio কলহ dispute, quarrel, pandemonium, broil, altercation, imbroglio তর্কবিতর্ক debate, contest, altercation, passage of arms, imbroglio, passage at arms বাদানুবাদ dispute, disputation, controversy, palaver, imbroglio বাদপ্রতিবাদ debate, controversy, imbroglio ভুল বোঝা imbroglio কোন্দলতর্ক imbroglio তালগোল পাকানো পিণ্ড imbroglio. an extremely confused, complicated, or embarrassing situation. "the abdication imbroglio of 1936" synonyms: complicated situation, complication, complexity, problem, difficulty, predicament, plight, trouble, entanglement, confusion, muddle, mess, quandary, dilemma; informalbind, jam, pickle, fix, scrape, corner, tight corner, hole, sticky situation, mare's nest, a confusing and potentially embarrassing situation The chef cook-off featured one gourmand who had the unfortunate distinction of mixing the wrong broths, creating an imbroglio that diners would not soon forget. Definition of Imbroglio a confusing situation Examples of Imbroglio in a sentence Will the treaty end this imbroglio that has kept the two countries at war for over sixty years? The hostages found themselves in an imbroglio when the two kidnappers began to fight. How can we end this imbroglio caused by the resort double booking our cabin? In the senior dormitory, the resident assistant is currently dealing with an imbroglio between two students who both claim the other is stealing her shower shoes. The police officer found it hard to understand the imbroglio that caused the two neighbors to throw rotten eggs at each other. At the theater, I watched a movie with an imbroglio that revolved around an unhealthy relationship between a father and a son. The romantic imbroglio began when the parents met Sarah and assumed she was their dead son's fiancée. Hopefully the mediator can finally bring an end to the imbroglio that has delayed the couples' divorce for five years. Perhaps the professor's explanation will allow me to make sense of this scientific imbroglio. The president's first term in office was tainted by one imbroglio after the other.
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immure (jail,confine) v D
immure (jail,confine) v D
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জেলে দেত্তয়া jail, gaol, immure জেলে পাঠান jail, gaol, immure কারারূদ্ধ করা confine, imprison, immure, incarcerate, jug, quod কয়েদ করা imprison, confine, immure, cage প্রাচীরবেষ্টিত করা immure, wall নিজেকে অবরুদ্ধ করা immure অবরুদ্ধ অবস্থায় রাখা imprison, immure জেলে পোরা jail, gaol, immure কারাবদ্ধ করা immure নিজেকে অবরুদ্ধ করে রাখা immure কয়েদ করা mure. enclose or confine (someone) against their will. "her brother was immured in a lunatic asylum". synonyms: confine, intern, shut up, lock up, incarcerate, imprison, jail, ): to enclose, usually in walls The modern supermarket experience makes many feel claustrophobic, as they are immured in walls upon walls of products Definition of Immure to lock up behind walls Examples of Immure in a sentence Caught robbing a bank, Jason knew the police would immure him in a jail cell for an extended period of time. The asylum would immure my daughter in a barred cell until she proved she was safe to herself and others. To stop my nephew from using drugs, I had to immure him in his bedroom so that he could not escape and could be rehabilitated at home. During World War II, my grandfather would become immure by the Japanese in a prisoner-of-war camp and would not be released for 3 ½ years. Since the homeowners knew the thief would never get caught, they realized they would need to immure him in their home by tying him to the radiator so he could not leave
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illustrious (eminent) (adj)
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প্রসিদ্ধ glorious, illustrious, conspicuous, memorable, celebrated, leading মহান great, grand, high, eminent, illustrious, august সম্মানজনক reputable, honorable, creditable, illustrious, honourable উজ্জ্বল bright, brilliant, light, dazzling, shiny, illustrious সুপ্রসিদ্ধ celebrated, illustrious, far-famed অতি সুবিখ্যাত famous, illustrious কীর্তিমান illustrious কৃতী illustrious বিশ্রুত illustrious শ্রুতকীর্তি illustrious বিখ্যাত Famous, renowned, illustrious, marked, notable, noted. well known, respected, and admired for past achievements. "his illustrious predecessor" synonyms: eminent, distinguished, acclaimed, noted, notable, noteworthy, prominent, pre-eminent, foremost, leading, paramount, prestigious, important, significant, influential, lionized; renowned, famous, famed, well known, celebrated; esteemed, honoured, respected, exalted, venerable, august, highly regarded, well thought of, of distinction, of repute, of high standing; splendid, brilliant, remarkable, outstanding, great, noble, glorious, grand, lofty. Definition of Illustrious respectable because of one's accomplishments Examples of Illustrious in a sentence The leader of the country will recognize the illustrious scientist in a private ceremony. As a member of an illustrious family of doctors, John is considered to be one of the city's most eligible bachelors. The Hollywood cemetery is filled with the remains of some of the entertainment world's most illustrious celebrities. Because Sarah has never made a grade lower than an A, her teachers voted her the most illustrious member of the senior class. Tom's illustrious ancestors include a prizewinning author, an Olympic athlete, and a celebrated journalist. As the interviewer looked at Matt's resume, she found herself impressed by the number of illustrious companies for which he had worked. A number of illustrious football players have played for the prestigious university. Looking back at William's illustrious achievements, it is not surprising he became one of our country's presidents. The illustrious young man earned a perfect score on the college entrance exam. When the illustrious soldier returned to his hometown, he was welcomed with a grand parade. widely known and esteemed; having or conferring glory Einstein was possibly the most illustrious scientist in recent history.
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imbibe ( absorb,drink, assimilate)
imbibe ( absorb,drink, assimilate)
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হজম করা imbibe, assimilate, digest পান করা drink, take a drink, imbibe, suck, take পান করিয়া লত্তয়া imbibe, suck আত্মভূত করা absorb, imbibe শুষিয়া লত্তয়া drink in, soak, imbibe, absorb, take up, drink up শোষণ করা exploit, bleed, absorb, dry up, suck, imbibe মনোমধ্যে গ্রহণ করা apperceive, imbibe. drink (alcohol). "they were imbibing far too many pitchers of beer" synonyms: drink, consume, sup, sip, quaff, swallow, down, guzzle, gulp (down), swill, lap, slurp; absorb or assimilate (ideas or knowledge). "if one does not imbibe the culture one cannot succeed". synonyms: assimilate, absorb, soak up, take in, digest, ingest, drink in, learn, acquire, grasp, gain, Definition of Imbibe to drink (used frequently of alcoholic beverages) Examples of Imbibe in a sentence Best practice dictates that anyone who intends to imbibe alcoholic beverages should make sure to have dependable transportation to get home. Despite being unable to imbibe cocktails with her friends, Mariel probably had the most fun at the wedding reception. Every morning, I like to delay the start of the work day, go outside on the terrace, and imbibe large quantities of sunshine and fresh air. If I imbibe too much soda, I find that I am troubled with extreme bouts of hiccupping. Even though we are told to imbibe plenty of water to stay hydrated and healthy, there have been cases where drinking too much water has been fatal for some people. When my sisters and I toured California's Wine Country last year, we hired a limo and driver so that we could imbibe to our hearts' content. A well-planned garden ensures that all plants are located where they can have maximum opportunities to imbibe water, nutrients, and sunshine. Parents who allow their underage children to imbibe will be prosecuted In the event of alcohol-related accidents. Since you already have a DUI offense on your record, can you really afford to imbibe more than one beer tonight? Because David was known to freely imbibe when friends were buying, his invitations to parties dropped drastically.
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impecunious (poor)
impecunious (poor)
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গরিব poor, impoverished, impecunious, penniless, bankrupt নির্ধন poor, penniless, impecunious, indigent, impoverished দরিদ্র poor, impoverished, bad, penniless, unprivileged, impecunious অর্থসম্বলশূন্য impecunious টাকাকড়ি নাই এমন impecunious আর্থিক অভাবগ্রস্ত impecunious ঋক্থহীন poor, impecunious নি:স্ব poor, impoverished, penniless, impecunious, destitute, bare. having little or no money. "a titled but impecunious family" synonyms: penniless, penurious, in penury, poor, impoverished, indigent, insolvent, moneyless, hard up, poverty-stricken, needy, in need, in want, destitute. lacking money; poor In extremely trying times, even the moderately wealthy, after a few turns of ill-fortune, can become impecunious. Definition of Impecunious lacking money; penniless Examples of Impecunious in a sentence Since Janice grew up in an impecunious household, she knew a great deal about surviving on very little. Impecunious students commonly find themselves in debt after overindulging in the use of credit cards. Although Tom and Janice are an impecunious couple who earn very little, they always manage to take a short vacation during the summer. Plans are being developed to help the impecunious people in the city who are without housing. While the king claimed to be a man of the people, he seemed to have no problem wasting money while his impecunious subjects starved to death. Can you believe the wealthy woman married the impecunious trash collector? Even though the singer earned millions of dollars during her heyday, she was impecunious and homeless when she died. Although Vincent died an impecunious artist without a penny to his name, his paintings are now highly valued by art collectors. The impecunious immigrant came to America to earn money to send home to his starving family. Because impecunious people will often do anything for money, many of them often ignore the high interest rates attached to easy loans.
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imperious
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: having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy. domineering; expecting ones' orders to be followed. Children are imperious with each other before they learn that earning someone's respect is better than demanding. arrogant and domineering. "his imperious demands" synonyms: peremptory, high-handed, commanding, imperial, overbearing, overweening, domineering, authoritarian, dictatorial, authoritative, lordly, officious, assertive, dominating, bullish, forceful, bossy, arrogant; informalpushy, high and mighty, throwing one's weight around; rarepushful. স্বেচ্ছাচারী imperious, willful, wayward, autocratic, peevish, autocratical উদ্ধত masterful, haughty, overbearing, arrogant, proud, imperious কর্তৃত্বপূর্ণ dominant, authoritative, magistral, imperious, lordly প্রভুত্বব্যঁজক imperious, authoritative, peremptory, domineering, bossy আদেশব্যঁজক mandatory, imperative, imperious জরুরি important, urgent, necessary, main, instant, imperious জাঁদরেল forceful, imperious জবরদস্ত dashing, imposing, coercive, imperious মেজাজি imperious দাম্ভিক insolent, assuming, big, bumptious, cavalier, imperious জরুরী urgent, exigent, imperative, imperious, indispensable, insisitent অতিমাত্রায় কর্তৃত্বপরায়ণ imperiou Definition of Imperious domineering; expecting ones' orders to be followed. Examples of Imperious in a sentence The principal is an imperious woman who expects to be obeyed. When Mark got promoted to the rank of captain, he became very imperious. In an imperious tone, the police officer ordered the driver to step out of the car. If my son thinks his imperious ways will be tolerated in my home, then he has a lot to learn! The emergency room doctor was an imperious man who got angry if his instructions were not followed immediately. Even though William is a prince in his country, he is not imperious and rarely commands others to do work for him. The A-list actress has an imperious air and assumes everyone will heed her every whim. Although I was sick, my imperious supervisor ordered me in to work. Because Amy is an imperious person, she has the tendency to tell everyone what to do. The imperious teacher expects her students to obey her every instruction.
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impervious
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not allowing fluid to pass through. "an impervious layer of basaltic clay" synonyms: impermeable, impenetrable, impregnable, waterproof, watertight, water-resistant, water-repellent; Definition of Impervious not allowing something to enter or pass through Examples of Impervious in a sentence Let us hope these thin walls are impervious to the freezing cold tonight! Since the bank installed an impervious safe, it has not been robbed. The broken window is not impervious to the rain. As evidenced by the recent bombings, not even the nation's capital is impervious to terrorism. Jane's love of shopping seems to have made her brain impervious to the idea of saving money. Because the cells need to be able to take in food and water, the cell membrane is not impervious. Does wearing the protective clothing during x-rays make your body impervious to radiation? The chemical treatment makes the fireman's uniform impervious to flames. When John drinks too much alcohol, he is impervious to logic. Because the roads are impervious, there are usually huge puddles on the highway after a big rain. অভেদ্য secure, invulnerable, impervious, proof, tightly closed, impenetrable অসংবেদী impervious বধির impervious অসংবেদনশীল impervious, unperceptive নিঃসাড় impervious, unresponsive, atonic, stolid.
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impetuous
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acting or done quickly and without thought or care. "she might live to rue this impetuous decision". synonyms: impulsive, rash, hasty, overhasty, reckless, heedless, foolhardy, incautious, imprudent, injudicious, ill-conceived, ill-considered, unplanned, unreasoned, unthinking; spontaneous, impromptu, precipitate, precipitous, headlong, hurried, rushed. moving forcefully or rapidly. "an impetuous but controlled flow of water" synonyms: torrential, powerful, forceful, vigorous, violent, raging, rampant, relentless, unrestrained, uncontrolled, unbridled; rapid, fast, fast-flowing PASSIONATELY impulsive,marked by sudden,hasty emotion; forceful,violent. Characterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberation. Herbert is rarely impetuous, but on the spur of the moment, he spent thousands of dollars on a motorcycle today. Definition of Impetuous acting without thinking—done impulsively; sudden decision Examples of Impetuous in a sentence His impetuous behavior landed him in prison. Because James is only seventeen, he tends to be impetuous at times. Marrying someone you hardly know is an impetuous decision! While I may have been impetuous as a teenager, I have become a patient adult. It is easy to be impetuous when you want something really badly! After she joined the army, Sarah was less impetuous. Even though Warren was rumored to be impetuous, he actually put a great deal of thought into making important decisions. The author describes the heroine as an impetuous young woman who would do anything to become famous. When Constance drank too much, she made impetuous choices which often got her into trouble. We made an impetuous decision to go swimming in the lake in December.
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importune
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to ask persistently; to beg (v.) to trouble with demands; to beg for insistently beg persistently and urgently to pester to trouble with requests to urge or beg without end to beg in earnest. harass (someone) persistently for or to do something. "she importuned a waiter for profiteroles" synonyms: beg, beseech, entreat, implore, plead with, appeal to, apply to, call on, supplicate, solicit, petition, enjoin; harass, pester, beset, press, dun, badger, bother, torment, plague, hound, nag, harry. beg persistently and urgently After weeks of importuning the star to meet for a five-minute interview, the journalist finally got what she wanted. নিরতিশয় জিদ করা importune সাগ্রহে যাঁচা করা importune অনুরোধ করা request, solicit, ask, implore, wish, importune উত্যক্ত করা aggravate, abrade, annoy, displease, importune অনবরত অসংগত প্রার্থনা করা importune বার বার অনুরোধ করে বিরক্ত করা importune. Definition of Importune to request (someone) pressingly and persistently for or to do something Examples of Importune in a sentence Even after I had politely declined and shut the door, I could hear the salesman continuing to importune me to let him demonstrate the expensive vacuum cleaner. Realizing that the boss was in one of his rare good moods, I seized the opportunity to importune him for a raise. Sometimes fundraisers will appeal to your emotions to importune for donations. Most politicians importune voters for money as well as support. It seems that every week Daniel makes another pathetic attempt to importune Phoebe for a date. A lack of groceries in the house forced Louise to importune her parents to help her through this hard time. Demetri jumped at the opportunity to importune his neighbors to pitch in and build a playground for the children. We will continue to importune City Council to put a stop sign on the corner; hopefully, it will be taken care of before something tragic occurs. Every Christmas, malls are crowded with children who importune Santa for their heart's desire as they try to convince him that they have been good all year. Even though I importune him to be civilized to my friends, he nevertheless continues to be an incorrigible grouch in their presence.
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improvident (impetuous,imprudent)
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without foresight (adj.) not thrifty; failing to plan ahead not thrifty; failing to plan ahead wasteful not providing for the future not preparing for the future; incautious not given careful consideration Reckless; rash. lacking foresight, not cautious. অপরিণামদর্শী improvident, unforeseen, ill-advised অদূরদর্শী short-sighted, nearsighted, improvident, indiscreet, blind অবিচক্ষণ imprudent, unwise, inexpedient, foolish, improvident, injudicious বেহিসাব extravagant, unrestrained, improvident, uneconomical অবিবেচনাপ্রসূত unwise, improvident, indigested, inexpedient, injudicious, unadvisable অবিমৃষ্যকারী impolitic, improvident, imprudent, indiscreet অমিতব্যয়ী improvident, unthirfty, uneconomic not having or showing foresight; spendthrift or thoughtless. "improvident and undisciplined behaviour" synonyms: spendthrift, thriftless, unthrifty, wasteful, prodigal, profligate, extravagant, squandering, uneconomical, free-spending, lavish, immoderate, excessive; shiftless, feckless; imprudent, irresponsible, incautious, careless, reckless, rash, impetuous, hasty, thoughtless. definition of Improvident not preparing for the financial future; reckless Examples of Improvident in a sentence Jessie handles all of the household financial matters because of his wife's improvident spending habits. Because Tom was improvident in his younger years, he now lives on a fixed income. The improvident loan officer foolishly approved loans for hundreds of applicants with poor credit histories. As an improvident young woman, Helen never thought about saving for her retirement. The government's improvident spending on nonessential items has caused the country to incur a hefty debt. Because Bill wanted his children to be wise spenders, he taught them to save money so they would not become improvident adults. My improvident sister often spends her bill money on clothes and shoes. Since your income is so low, it would be improvident of you to purchase a new car right now. John's improvident decision led him to invest in a business before performing adequate research. Although the basketball star once had millions of dollars, his improvident shopping sprees landed him in bankruptcy court.
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impugn (impeach)
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(v.) to call into question; to attack as false to attack as false or questionable to call into question; to attack verbally to oppose or attack someone or something as false or refutable Attack the truth or integrity of. dispute the truth, validity, or honesty of (a statement or motive); call into question. "the father does not impugn her capacity as a good mother" synonyms: call into question, challenge, question, dispute, query, take issue with, impeach**. attack as false or wrong Though many initially tried to impugn Darwin's theory, in scientific circles today, the is idea taken as truth. .Definition of Impugn to attack as false or questionable Examples of Impugn in a sentence The mayor leaked news of the arrest to the media to impugn his opponent's character. How dare you impugn the integrity of our local councilman simply because of a Twitter rumor! When the prosecutor tried to impugn the defendant's character, the defense lawyer jumped to his feet and made an objection. Everyone was shocked when the student tried to impugn his lab teacher's findings. Even though I hate my ex-husband's girlfriend, I never try to impugn her character in front of my children. An atheist is quick to impugn the concept of a higher power. Although I had my ticket in my hand, the annoying attendant tried to impugn my entrance into the theater. The confident politician felt no need to impugn the motives of his election challengers. Since my daughter has not passed a single math test this year, I strongly impugn her teacher's instructional skills. It was the detective's job to impugn all the statements made by the suspects
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impute (attribute,assign,ascribe) v
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attribute (responsibility or fault) to something He imputed his subpar performance on the test to a combination of stress and poor sleep. to attribute to someone attribute or credit to attribute discredit (v.) to ascribe, blame (The CEO imputed the many typos in the letter to his lazy secretary.) to attribute the fault to; relate to a particular cause or source to assign credit, often of guilt or blame Credit, attribute; lay blame or responsibility for (sometimes falsely) to attribute an action to particular person or group to attribute or ascribe a quality, especially a fault, to a person. দোষ চাপানো impute verb অভিযুক্ত করা accuse, delate, incriminate, charge, indict, impute আরোপ করা put on, put, put down, impose, ascribe, impute দোষী করা impute, inculpate. represent (something, especially something undesirable) as being done or possessed by someone; attribute. "the crimes imputed to Richard" synonyms: attribute, ascribe, assign, credit, accredit, Definition of Impute to lay the responsibility or blame on someone else Examples of Impute in a sentence It was wrong of me to impute you for the failure of the dinner party when I was the one who did not properly plan the event. Although Jake cannot impute anyone else for the robbery, he will not admit to committing the crime himself. On Monday, Ellen will impute her failure to complete the project on her malfunctioning computer. Even though my sister had broken the window, she tried to impute the damage onto me. Rather than impute his brother, Harry will accept blame for a crime he did not commit. The defense attorney's job is to impute anyone other than his client so the jury will respond with a "not guilty" verdict. When the singer was asked about her awful performance, she tried to impute her mistakes to nervousness. The foolish drunk driver tried to impute the accident on the bartender who made the strong drinks. When my daughter received a failing grade in her math class, she attempted to impute her instructor's teaching skills. How dare you try to impute my work to cover up for your own lack of progress!
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inanity
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অসারতা uselessness, inanity, unreality, vainness অর্থহীনতা inanity, unmeaningness. total lack of meaning or ideas Bill's poem was nothing more than a list of impressive sounding words, so there was no point in trying to take meaning from the inanity. senselessness, bêtise (rare), folly the inanity of the conversation senselessness bêtise (rare) folly a reminder of the follies of war emptiness the unsoundness and emptiness of his beliefs frivolity silliness worthlessness vacuity the vacuity of current pop music imbecility fatuity vapidity puerility asininity daftness (informal)
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inchoate (elementary,embryonic,rudimentary) adj
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অপরিণত immature, undeveloped, crude, inchoate, unformed, unripe অনতিস্ফুত inchoate অনির্দিষ্টাকার inchoate অসংহত inchoate, Disintegrated সদ্য-আরদ্ধ inchoate. adj undeveloped, beginning syn-- amorphous elementary embryonic formless immature imperfect inceptive incipient just begun nascent preliminary rudimentary shapeless unfinished unformed unshaped. only partly in existence; imperfectly formed Inchoate ideas about the relation of humans to other animals had been discussed since the Middle Ages but the modern theory really began with Darwin. Definition of Inchoate beginning to develop or form Examples of Inchoate in a sentence Because our company just recently opened its doors, we are inchoate and are not offering all of our services yet. While I have started writing my autobiography, it is still inchoate because I have several more chapters to add. Having just come into existence a few years ago, the new political party is considered inchoate by many historians. The computer programmer had a hard time locating the system error because its appearance was random and inchoate. Since the power went out in the building, the electrical service has been inchoate, leaving many floors without lights. Although Marvin was drawn to the new girl at school, he still had inchoate feelings towards his ex-girlfriend. Because the burglars did not actually steal anything from the store, they were only charged with an inchoate crime. If only you could come up with a complete plan and not just an inchoate idea! The people were angry because their new home was inchoate and far from being completed. While my best friend turned in the required five page essay, I handed in an inchoate assignment which consisted of only three pages.
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incontrovertible( irrefutable,indisputable,
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indisputable; not open to question unquestionable, beyond dispute not able to be denied or disputed not able to be denied or disputed undeniable unquestionable impossible to deny or disprove. অকাট্য irrefutable, conclusive, indisputable, undeniable, unanswerable, incontrovertible তর্কাতীত indisputable, incontrovertible, incontestable, unchanged, liquid অখণ্ডনীয incontrovertible সুনিশ্চিত assured, as sure as fate, determinate, distinct, incontrovertible, indubitable তৰ্কাতীত incontrovertible নিঃসংশয় confident, unhesitating, crisp, incontrovertible, unquestionable. necessarily or demonstrably true; impossible to deny or disprove Unless you can provide incontrovertible evidence, I will remain skeptical. not able to be denied or disputed. "incontrovertible proof" synonyms: indisputable, incontestable, undeniable, irrefutable, unassailable, beyond dispute, unquestionable, beyond question, indubitable, not in doubt, beyond doubt, beyond a shadow of a doubt, unarguable, inarguable, undebatable, unanswerable; unequivocal, unambiguous, unmistakable, certain, sure, definite, definitive, proven, positive, decisive, conclusive, final, ultimate; clear, clear-cut, straightforward, plain, as plain as a pikestaff, transparent, obvious, manifest, evident, self-evident, staring one in the face, patent, demonstrative, demonstrable, observable, palpable; uncontroversial, accepted, acknowledged; marked, pronounced, express, emphatic, categorical, compelling, convincing, clinching, airtight, watertight; rareirrefragable, apodictic Definition of Incontrovertible cannot deny or disprove; unable to change form Examples of Incontrovertible in a sentence How can you deny the incontrovertible proof staring you in the face? Inconvertible evidence was used to finally put away the ruthless serial killer. Failing grades revealed an incontrovertible fact: no student properly studied for the test. The video was incontrovertible and couldn't be converted into DVD form. Confronted with the incontrovertible facts, the suspect had to admit his part in the crime. After telling Nancy the incontrovertible facts, she realized that I was right and no longer debated me. If you give me the incontrovertible truth, then I won't have a reason to argue. It seems that the senator's opinion is incontrovertible and is unable to be swayed. Debating that aliens exist cannot be deemed an incontrovertible truth as we have yet to see proof of their existence. According to the doctor, the latest test results are incontrovertible proof of the illness.
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indigent (impecunious,penurious,impoverished) adj
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অভাবগ্রস্ত needy, indigent, deficient, penurious, hard-up অভাবী indigent, poor, necessitous অকিঁচন indigent, extremely poor, distressed, miserable, insignificant, lowly অবস্থাহীন indigent, poor নির্ধন poor, penniless, impecunious, indigent, impoverished হীনাবস্থ indigent, ill-conditioned দৈন্যপীড়িত indigent, afflicted, distressed, miserable, penurious রিক্ত penniless, empty, devoid of, indigent নিকড়িয়া without pay, penniless, indigent মন্দ evil, bad, ill, sluggish, poor, indigent কম্বল-কম্বল poor, indigent, ascetic দরিদ্র indigent, wishy-washy অকিঞ্চন indigent গরিব badly off, beggar, indigent, unprivileged. poor; needy. "a charity for the relief of indigent artists" synonyms: poor, impecunious, destitute, penniless, impoverished, poverty-stricken, down and out,insolvent,penurious,needy. Definition of Indigent extremely poor Examples of Indigent in a sentence The indigent man could not afford food or clothing. In many indigent countries, people often go days without eating. The government has a health care program for indigent individuals who cannot obtain their own medical plan. Because Jack works for a lot of indigent clients, he does not earn a lot of money as an attorney. The billionaire laughed when someone confused him with an indigent homeless man. If your family is indigent, you may be able to get scholarships that are reserved for poor students. Indigent people will often wait in line for hours to get food from the soup kitchens. Since Dr. Smith is more concerned about making money than caring for ill individuals, he will not see indigent patients. The indigent family was evicted from their home because they could not pay the rent. Under the law, indigent people who are arrested are provided with free legal services.
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indigent n
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(noun): a poor or needy person. The indigents, huddled under the overpass, tried to start a small bonfire in the hope of staying warm
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ineffable (adj)
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too great or extreme to be expressed or described in words. "the ineffable mysteries of the soul" synonyms: inexpressible, indescribable, beyond words, beyond description, beggaring description; undefinable, unutterable, untold, unheard of, unthought of, unimaginable; overwhelming, marvellous, wonderful, breathtaking, staggering, astounding, amazing, astonishing, fantastic, fabulous. too sacred to be uttered; defying expression or description While art critics can occasionally pinpoint a work's greatness, much of why a piece captures our imaginations is completely ineffable. অবর্ণনীয় inexpressible, inscrutable, indefinable, indescribable, ineffable, nameless অনির্বচনীয় unspeakable, inexplicable, ineffable অপ্রকাশ্য secret, ineffable, private অনুচ্চার্য unutterable, quiescent, inexpressible, ineffable ভাষাতীত ineffable অনির্বচনীয় beyond expression, indefinable, indescribable, incommunicable, inexpressible, unutterable অবর্ণনীয় unnameable, inexpressive অনুচ্চারণীয় ineffable. Definition of Ineffable incapable of being expressed in words Examples of Ineffable in a sentence The model's beauty is ineffable and has everyone tongue-tied. When Jake saw his fiancée walking down the church aisle, he experienced an ineffable feeling. Obviously, my husband's request for a divorce has left me in an ineffable mood. The joy I experienced at the birth of my first child was ineffable. Because of the mansion's largeness, I found writing its description to be an ineffable task. The movie's shocking ending left us all in an ineffable daze. After being beaten quite badly in the match, the boxer felt an ineffable sense of humiliation. The miracle drug gave the dying man an ineffable blessing of a second chance at life. Pam's ineffable loveliness made her stand out in the room of plain girls. Because Mark had not seen his wife in a long time, he felt an ineffable joy when she walked off the boat.
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ineluctable (inevitable, inexorable, obvious)
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অপরিহার্য essential, indispensable, necessary, inevitable, unavoidable, ineluctable এড়ান যায় না এমন ineluctable অনিবার্য inevitable, irresistible, unavoidable, imminent, inexorable, ineluctable অবধারিত inevitable, decisive, Fatal, ineluctable নির্বন্ধাতিশয় great importunity, ineluctable, urgency. inescapable, unavoidable, inevitable. : impossible to avoid or evade: For those who smoke cigarettes for years, a major health crisis brought on by smoking is ineluctable. Definition of Ineluctable impossible to alter Examples of Ineluctable in a sentence Perhaps there is no hope for Jerry because even after a year in rehab his drug addiction seems ineluctable. Lee has the irritating habit of arguing his opinions as ineluctable facts. As I listened to the paralyzed soldier speak, I was moved by his ineluctable spirit. So many women try to fight the ineluctable aging process by having cosmetic surgery. After Janet lost her husband in a tragic car wreck, she could not escape the ineluctable nightmares of the event. Because our nanny has helped raise all of our children, she is an ineluctable part of our family. Even though Jim promised to stop seeing other women, Ellen refused to budge from her ineluctable decision to divorce him. Always think before you speak because some words are ineluctable and cannot be taken back or changed. When the governor refused to halt the execution, the prisoner realized his fate was ineluctable. It was ineluctable that I became ill after being stranded in the snow for several hours. at hand brewing certain closed coming compelled compulsory condemned designed directed doomed foreordained forthcoming hanging over impending in prospect in store in the cards in the wind ineluctable inescapable inevitable inexorable instant intended looming meant menacing near ordained overhanging predesigned predestined predetermined que sera sera sealed settled stated that is to be that will be threatening to come unavoidable way the ball bounces
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inequity
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অন্যায় wrong, injustice, tort, impropriety, enormity, inequity পক্ষপাত bias, preference, favor, prejudice, partiality, inequity অবিচার injustice, iniquity, misconception, misjudgment, enormity, inequity অন্যায় iniquity, guilt, unfairness, amiss, bad, foully. lack of fairness or justice. "policies aimed at redressing racial inequity" synonyms: unfairness, injustice, unjustness, one-sidedness, partisanship, partiality, favouritism, bias, prejudice, discrimination
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inequity (conf--iniquity) n
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অন্যায় wrong, injustice, tort, impropriety, enormity, inequity পক্ষপাত bias, preference, favor, prejudice, partiality, inequity অবিচার injustice, iniquity, misconception, misjudgment, enormity, inequity অন্যায় iniquity, guilt, unfairness, amiss, bad, foully. lack of fairness or justice. "policies aimed at redressing racial inequity" synonyms: unfairness, injustice, unjustness, one-sidedness, partisanship, partiality, favouritism, bias, prejudice, discrimination. injustice by virtue of not conforming with rules or standards After decades of racial inequity, the "separate but equal" doctrine was successfully overturned.
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iniquity(conf--inequity)
iniquity(conf--inequity)
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immoral or grossly unfair behaviour. "a den of iniquity". synonyms: wickedness, sinfulness, immorality, impropriety, vice, evil, sin; villainy, criminality, crime;sin, crime, transgression, wrongdoing, wrong, offence, injury, vice, violation, atrocity, outrage. Definition of Iniquity extremely immoral or unfair behavior Examples of Iniquity in a sentence When I went to my brother's college dorm, I saw drunken boys exhibiting iniquity towards girls. My grandmother, who grew up in a small town where people never locked their doors, saw big cities as dens of iniquity because of their crime rates. Because the dictator killed all his enemies, he was seen as a symbol of iniquity. Those who are quick to criticize the bad deeds of others should first look at their own acts of iniquity. Although my parents were both ministers, I have seen my share of iniquity. Our priest calls the nightclub on the highway a nest of iniquity. As a result of being scarred by the iniquity of others, Henry grew up to become a very mean man. Peter abandoned a life of iniquity and became a contributing member of his local church. While Megan wanted to do volunteer work every Saturday, her husband chose to stay home and watch movies about sin and iniquity. The purpose of the film is to describe how the iniquity of war leaves so many children without parents.
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infelicitous (incongruous,inappropriate,inaccurate,inexact) adj
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অযথাযথ inappropriate, inexact, inaccurate, out of place, infelicitous, untrue বেমানান incompatible, incongruous, patchy, awkward, repugnant, infelicitous অস্বচ্ছন্দ infelicitous, unwell অসুষ্ঠ infelicitous সৌষ্ঠববিহীন infelicitous অনুপযোগী useless, inapplicable, inapprepriate, inapt, inexpedient, infelicitous. unfortunate; inappropriate. "his illustration is singularly infelicitous" synonyms: unfortunate, regrettable, unsuitable, inappropriate, inapposite, inapt, inadvisable, injudicious, untimely, inopportune; imprudent, incautious, indiscreet, indelicate, tactless, insensitive. inappropriate During the executive meeting, the marketing director continued to make infelicitous comments about the CEO's gambling habit. Definition of Infelicitous not well-timed or suitable Examples of Infelicitous in a sentence Given the host's spouse had recently died, my comment about wanting to die was infelicitous. Wilma's see-through dress stood out as infelicitous at her father's funeral. How dare you make an infelicitous comment about the pregnant woman's weight? The public was outraged when the rapper made an infelicitous remark about the pope. Glenn's outfit, sweatpants and a tee shirt, was infelicitous for dining at the five-star restaurant.
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inimitable
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অননুকরণীয় inimitable অতুলন unsurpassed, unmatchable, unrivaled, incomparable, matchless, inimitable অতুল unsurpassed, unmatchable, unrivaled, incomparable, matchless, inimitable অতুলনীয় unrivaled, unparalleled, incomparable, unsurpassed, matchless, inimitable অননুকরণসাধ্য inimitable অপ্রতিম unmatched, inimitable অননুকরনীয় inimitable অদ্বিতীয় inimitable, monadic, monarch, nonpareil, unequalled, unmatchable so good or unusual as to be impossible to copy; unique. "they took the charts by storm with their inimitable style" synonyms: unique, distinctive, individual, special, idiosyncratic, quirky, exclusive, rare; incomparable, unparalleled, unrivalled, matchless, unmatched, peerless, unequalled, unsurpassed, unsurpassable, superlative, supreme, defying imitation; matchless Mozart's music follows a clear pattern that, anyone could imitate, but his music gives an overall sense of effortlessness that is inimitable. Definition of Inimitable something so special or unique, it's impossible to copy or imitate Examples of Inimitable in a sentence Every once in a while, a band comes along that is so unique they are completely inimitable. Though he had lost the company a large sum of money, the owner would not fire him because he knew his talent was inimitable. The basketball player knew his talents were inimitable, which caused his teammates to begin hating him. Few writers can match the inimitable talent of Earnest Hemmingway. In that moment, his expression was unique and inimitable, causing everyone in the room to laugh. Intelligence like that is simply inimitable, leaving no room for someone to fake. The recipe was inimitable and even though she could taste certain ingredients she could not figure it out. Try as he might, the magician found that his competitor's routine was inimitable, leaving him unable to duplicate the trick. Her talent was inimitable, which is why the show was canceled upon news of her death. The inventor felt his creation was completely inimitable, which left him disinterested in filing a copyright.
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insouciance (indifference) n
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অদূরদর্শিতা showing a casual lack of concern. "an insouciant shrug" synonyms: nonchalant, untroubled, unworried, unruffled, unconcerned, lacking concern, indifferent, blasé, heedless, relaxed, calm, equable, equanimous, serene, composed, casual, easy, easy-going, airy, breezy, carefree, free and easy, free from care, free from worry, happy-go-lucky, light-hearted, frivolous, unserious casual lack of concern; indifference. "an impression of boyish insouciance" synonyms: nonchalance, unconcern, lack of concern, indifference, heedlessness, relaxedness, calm, calmness, equanimity, coolness, composure, casualness, ease, lack of concern Surprisingly, Hank had become a high-powered CEO; his high school friends remembered him as "Hanky Panky", who shrugged off each failed class with insouciance.
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insouciant adj
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ভাবনাহীন Definition of Insouciant not concerned about anything; carefree Examples of Insouciant in a sentence The insouciant mother did not blink an eye when her son complained of a tummy ache. Because Bill is insouciant and not concerned about his retirement, he does not worry about saving money. Since Jane is insouciant about her health, she does not bother to take her medication. The insouciant waitress did not seem to care that Matt had to wait over an hour for his food. While I can be insouciant about remembering my friends' birthdays, I never forget the birth dates of my family members. Kelly longed to be an insouciant child again so she could avoid her adult responsibilities. When the lion trainer walked into the lion's cage in an insouciant manner, he let the animal know he was not threatened in any way. Instead of Will being angry when he caught his wife cheating, he was insouciant and laughed off the affair. Because Lily was well prepared for the test, she was insouciant about earning a passing grade. On the plane, I was unlucky enough to sit in front of an insouciant mother who did not seem to care about her child kicking the back of my seat.
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intimation n
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an indication or hint. "the first intimations of trouble" synonyms: announcement, statement, communication, notification, notice, report, reporting, publishing, broadcasting, proclamation; disclosure, revelation, divulging; archaic annunciation "the early intimation of training session dates" suggestion, hint, indication, sign, signal, inkling, suspicion, impression; ইঙ্গিত hint, indication, gesture, intimation, cue, sign অনুবেদন intimation, instruction, information, sympathy, compassion টের sensation, apprehension, feeling, awareness, intimation, bend জ্ঞাপন communication, informing, indication, information, instruction, intimation আভাস intimation জানানো tell, announce, apprise, communicate, indicate, intimation জ্ঞাতকরণ intimation অবগতি intimation, cognizance সংকেত alarm, beacon, hint, intimation, symbol বিজ্ঞাপন advert, intimation. an indirect suggestion At first the hostess tried intimation, praising the benefits of cutlery; when Cecil continued eating with his hands, the hostess told him to use a fork at dinner. Definition of Intimation a sign or suggestion that something is likely to happen Examples of Intimation in a sentence Because they destroyed so many lives, the recent bombings are a brutal intimation of immortality. I hoped my girlfriend would accept the key as intimation that I wanted her to move in with me. While it was not formally announced, an intimation was made that Jeff would receive the promotion. When my friend died in a car crash, I saw it as intimation that nobody could live forever. I was stranded in an isolated cabin without electricity so I had no intimation of the storm that was headed my way. Although the Governor received an intimation the First Lady might be passing through the state, he was surprised when she actually visited the capitol building. Jasmine could not believe her husband's intimation that she was cheating on him. Even though no statement had been released to the media, intimation has been made regarding the capture of the suspect. Nate's first intimation of illness came when he vomited all over the kitchen floor. Although I moved my husband's belongings out of the house, he still found it difficult to accept the intimation I wanted him out of my life.
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internecine (fierce, ruinous) D
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মারাত্মক. D---destructive to both sides in a conflict. "the region's history of savage internecine warfare". synonyms: deadly, bloody, violent, fierce, destructive, ruinous; civil, internal, family "internecine feuds between aspirants to the throne" D--- ****relating to conflict within a group. "the party shrank from the trauma of more internecine strife. D---- (of conflict) within a group or organization. The guerilla group, which had become so powerful as to own the state police, was finally destroyed by an internecine conflict. Definition of Internecine D---- ****causing destruction to both sides in the battle Examples of Internecine in a sentence When the internecine war was over, both nations were left in ruins. Jason and Bill's relationship was destroyed by internecine arguments. According to the police, the two gangs recently fought an internecine battle that left both groups with many wounded. There seemed to be no solution to the internecine war that ravaged both of the drug cartels. With two dead children between them, the two families wished they had never started the internecine feud. The internecine violence of the United State's Civil War nearly destroyed the nation. After forty years, the firm closed its doors because of internecine strife between the owners. The internecine rivalry between the two football teams has made enemies out of friends. Unfortunately, the internecine wars between the two religious sects have killed children in both groups. The parents did not understand how much their internecine divorce battle was destroying their children.
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inure (habituate,adapt) v
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to make accustomed to something unpleasant. Three years of Manhattan living has inured her to the sound of wailing sirens; she could probably sleep through the apocalypse. অভ্যস্ত করান familiarize, habituate, accommodate, season, inure কার্যকর করা execute, inure, practice, fulfill, perform, practise কার্যকর হত্তয়া bestead, inure, take চালু করা launch, start, introduce, set, put on, inure চালু হত্তয়া be current, operate, go, pass, inure, cant সহান acclimatize, inure. 1. accustom (someone) to something, especially something unpleasant. "these children have been inured to violence" synonyms: harden, toughen, season, temper, condition; accustom, habituate, familiarize, acclimatize, adjust, adapt, attune; desensitize, dehumanize, brutalize, case-harden; indurate. Definition of Inure to become immune to unpleasant events or situations Examples of Inure in a sentence Raising three dramatic daughters will inure you to temper tantrums. After a while, the guards were able to inure themselves to the voices of the prisoners begging for freedom. Even the veteran detective could not inure himself to the sight of a murdered child. Soon, the girls became inure to the cruel treatment of their kidnapper and started to think of him as their savior. Although the athlete was taking a strong medication, he left the game because he was not able to inure himself to the pain.
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invective (n,adj) abuse, vituperation,vilification
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noun আক্রমণমূলক aggressive, invective adjective আক্রমণাত্মক offensive, invective insulting, abusive, or highly critical language. "he let out a stream of invective" synonyms: abuse, insults, vituperation, expletives, swear words, swearing, curses, bad language, foul language; denunciation, censure, revilement, vilification, castigation, recrimination, reproach, reproval, admonition; informaltongue-lashing; archaiccontumely, billingsgate, obloquy. (noun): abusive or denunciatory language The Internet has unleashed the invectives in many of us; many people post stinging criticism on the comments section underneath newspaper articles or YouTube videos. abusive language used to criticize Examples of Invective in a sentence The newspaper's invective of the novel really made the author angry. Because your invective hurt my feelings, I am going to stay away from you for a while. The politician's invective about his opponent caused him many votes in the election. When my ex-husband tried to start a fight with me by using an invective, I simply walked away from him. This economic crisis is only going to bring about an invective against the government. Although the movie critic delivered a stinging invective on the film, many people still went out and saw the picture. Words of encouragement are much better than the harsh words of an invective. After the first speaker began the debate with an invective towards his opponent, it was impossible for any meaningful conversation to occur between the two men. From across the room, my rival tried to taunt me with an invective. The terrorist's invective was there on the internet for everyone to see.
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invidious **(adj)
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বাস্তব বা কাল্পনিক অবিচারপ্রসূত Invidious অসন্তোষ বা ক্ষোপ উত্পাদনকারী Invidious. likely to cause resentment & unpleasant (in other people). At a time when many others in the office were about to be laid off, many considered Cheryl's fine clothes that day an invidious display. ** This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE Definition of Invidious unpleasant and likely to cause bad feelings in other people Examples of Invidious in a sentence The dictator's invidious acts caused the people to rise up against him. In Jeremy's opinion, the death penalty is an invidious part of the legal system that should be considered a crime against humanity. Nathan's invidious behavior disturbed others and got him kicked out of the movie theater. When Sally drinks alcohol, she starts to display invidious behavior that makes everyone feel uncomfortable. I was shocked to learn my best friend was spreading invidious rumors about me. Although Jimmy has committed some invidious actions in the past, he has completely changed his life since becoming a minister. Many people believe the habit of giving out trophies to only a few student competitors is invidious and likely to promote ill will between peers. When you compare someone to a wild animal, you are making an invidious association that does not compliment the person. The judge knew his decision to release the killer would be considered invidious by the victim's family. Even though Harriett hates making invidious decisions regarding the hiring and firing of staff, she does it as a part of her managerial duties. (of an action or situation) likely to arouse or incur resentment or anger in others. "she'd put herself in an invidious position" synonyms: unpleasant, awkward, difficult; undesirable, unenviable "I didn't want to put her in an invidious position" (of a comparison or distinction) unfairly discriminating; unjust. "it seems invidious to make special mention of one aspect of his work" synonyms: unfair, unjust, prejudicial, discriminatory, iniquitous, weighted, one-sided; offensive, objectionable; deleterious, detrimental, unwarranted.
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inviolable adj
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: never to be broken, infringed, or dishonored Too many the grass at Wimbledon is inviolable and only greater tennis players are able to enjoy a game there. অলঙ্ঘনীয় unbreakable, taboo, inviolable, sacrosanct, sacred, tabu অলঙ্ঘ্য inviolable, insurmountable, sacred, indissoluble, impassable অনতিক্রম্য insurmountable, impassable, unsurpassable, insuperable, inviolable, pathless অনতিক্রমণীয় unsurpassable, impassable, inviolable, insurmountable, insuperable. Definition of Inviolable never to be broken, infringed, ignored or dishonored Examples of Inviolable in a sentence Her parents made it clear that the rules of curfew were inviolable. The school board was voting on adding rules which would be considered inviolable. The pastor stressed the importance of following the inviolable Ten Commandments. If he wanted to continue with the program, the initiate needed to follow the inviolable laws. Considered inviolable, the business contract was signed by all interested parties. never to be broken, infringed, or dishonoured. "an inviolable rule of chastity" synonyms: inalienable, absolute, untouchable, unalterable, unchallengeable, unbreakable, impregnable; sacrosanct, sacred, holy,
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inviolate adj (pristine,virgin, keep sacred)
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must be kept sacred. something to be respected and free or safe from harm While the literary critic subjected most of the classics to the harshest reviews, he regarded Cervantes as inviolate, and had nothing but praise for him. অলঙ্ঘিত Inviolate অক্ষত unscathed, Inviolate, undamaged, unworn, unmutilated পবিত্র consecrated, Immaculate, Inviolate, lily, vestal, unblemished. free or safe from injury or violation. "an international memorial which must remain inviolate" synonyms: untouched, undamaged, unhurt, unharmed, unscathed; unmarred, unspoilt, unimpaired, unflawed, unsullied, unstained, undefiled, unpolluted, unprofaned, perfect, pristine, pure, virgin; intact, unbroken, whole, entire, complete, sound, solid. Definition of Inviolate something to be respected and free or safe from harm Examples of Inviolate in a sentence Secured in a glass display case, the painting was kept inviolate. This coin was the only part of his collection that was truly inviolate, left completely safe over the years by its plastic case. He was determined to keep his house inviolate from outsiders, locking himself inside and clinging to his independence. There are still islands around the world that remain completely inviolate, still waiting to be found by modern explorers. When a city-wide search is issued, no one is left inviolate. In the United States, citizens pride themselves for having certain inviolate rights. Due to its extreme value, the museum kept it locked away so it would remain inviolate. Though she was leaving for college, the man was determined to keep his daughter inviolate. After getting the baseball signed by Babe Ruth, he placed it in a special display case so it would remain inviolate going forward. A rule like "do not kill," is something that should always remain inviolate.
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irrefutable (incontrovertible, indisputable
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অকাট্য irrefutable, conclusive, indisputable, undeniable, unanswerable, incontrovertible অখণ্ডনীয় irrefutable, valid, potent, irrefragable, unanswerable, indefeasible. impossible to deny or disprove. "irrefutable evidence". synonyms: indisputable, undeniable, unquestionable, incontrovertible, incontestable, unassailable, impregnable, beyond question, indubitable, beyond doubt, beyond dispute, indisputable; conclusive, definite, definitive, decisive, certain, sure, positive, sound, flawless, watertight, unmistakable, palpable, patent, manifest, obvious, evident, plain, clear, forceful, telling; rare irrefragable, apodictic. impossible to deny or disprove. The existence of life on earth is irrefutable; the existence of intelligent life on earth is still hotly debated. Definition of Irrefutable that which cannot be proven false Examples of Irrefutable in a sentence The police arrested their suspect only after obtaining irrefutable proof he was the robber. When Jack received the results of the lab test, he had irrefutable evidence he was not the father of Miriam's child. Genetic testing supports the scientist's theory that the link between the two species is irrefutable. Because the jury did not have irrefutable evidence, they could not find the defendant guilty of the crime. The fact William started to feel better after taking the medication is irrefutable poof the drug works. Even though I suspected my eyes were failing me, the optometrist's confirmation was irrefutable. The massive destruction left in the city by the hurricane is irrefutable and proves the wave barriers were not effective. While Jenna thinks she is physically fit, her bathroom scale is irrefutable proof she is overweight. The videotape contained irrefutable evidence of the defendant's guilt. Before the product goes on the market, there must be irrefutable validation it does not pose a danger to consumers.
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jaundice
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: to be biased against due to envy or prejudice. Shelly was jaundiced towards Olivia; though the two had once been best friends, Olivia had become class president, prom queen, and, to make matters worse, the girlfriend of the one boy Shelly liked. disagreeableness acrimony tartness bitterness acerbity thorniness. sentences for jaundiced ----- Definition of Jaundiced tending to dislike, criticize, or resent something Examples of Jaundiced in a sentence Because she always received terrible customer service, my grandmother was jaundiced against the company. When she was arrested and falsely accused, my neighbor developed a jaundiced attitude towards the police. Many people with disabilities were jaundiced against the company because they didn't hire people with special needs. The well-known conspiracy theorist was jaundiced against the government. My friend is jaundiced against the restaurant because they have no vegan options.
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jejune
jejune
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adj. dull; lacking flavor. Although many top chefs have secured culinary foam's popularity in haute cuisine, Waters criticizes it for being jejune and unfilling. শুষ্ক dry, arid, uninteresting, parched, husky, jejune ঊষর barren, arid, salty, desolate, jejune, bare নীরস uninteresting, dry, glacial, gray, tame, jejune. jejune (adj.) displaying or suggesting a lack of maturity. Synonyms: immature. juvenile. puerile. adolescent. Antonyms: mature. jejune (adj.) lacking interest or significance or impact. Synonyms: uninteresting. insipid. Antonyms: interesting. Definition of Jejune unsophisticated Examples of Jejune in a sentence The billionaire couple refused to eat the jejune dish of chicken wings and tater tots. Although Evan behaved in a jejune manner at the dinner party, he actually teaches international customs at a school for diplomats. I am very jejune and refuse to eat anything I cannot spell. While my peers laughed at my dress and called it jejune, my instructor gave my design the highest grade in the class. The man's 2006 computer is jejune when compared to my 2015 model.
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jejune (immature,childish)
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immature; childish Her boss further cemented his reuptation for being jejune after throwing a fit when the water cooler wasn't refilled. jejune (adj.) displaying or suggesting a lack of maturity. Synonyms: immature. juvenile. puerile. adolescent. Antonyms: mature
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jingoist
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a person who thinks that their country should be at war In the days leading up to war, a nation typically breaks up into the two opposing camps: doves, who do their best to avoid war, and jingoists, who are only too eager to wave national flags from their vehicles and vehemently denounce those who do not do th a person who thinks that their country should be at war In the days leading up to war, a nation typically breaks up into the two opposing camps: doves, who do their best to avoid war, and jingoists, who are only too eager to wave national flags from their vehicles and vehemently denounce those who do not do th
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jingoism
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extreme patriotism, especially in the form of aggressive or warlike foreign policy. "the popular jingoism that swept the lower-middle classes" synonyms: extreme patriotism, blind patriotism, chauvinism, extreme nationalism, flag-waving, excessive loyalty to one's country, xenophobia; isolationism, sectarianism; hawkishness, militarism, warmongering, belligerence, bellicosity extreme patriotism for one's country that often shows itself through aggression towards other nations Examples of Jingoism in a sentence The man's jingoism led him to attempt to destroy a federal building as a show of loyalty for his own nation. When the invading troops showed jingoism by burning down schools and churches, their leaders reprimanded them. The dictator's jingoism caused him to constantly rant about his nation's superiority while threatening his rivals with war. During wars, soldiers risk being caught up in jingoism and acting overly aggressive with their enemies. My grandfather's jingoism towards foreigners made him appear racist.
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juggernaut n D
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a force that cannot be stopped. huge force destroying everything in its path. Napoleon was considered a juggernaut until he decided to invade Russia in winter; after which, his once indomitable army was decimated by cold and famine. Definition of Juggernaut a large item that is seen as unstoppable and can destroy anything in its way Examples of Juggernaut in a sentence With the reveal of its best-selling innovation, the software company has become a juggernaut in the tech industry. Who knew the reality show about the hillbillies would become a juggernaut as the most heavily watched program in the nation? Because our football team has gone undefeated for two years, our competitors view us as a juggernaut. The company predicts its unique mobile phone will become a bestseller and make it a juggernaut in the phone market. Once the retail chain builds ten more stores it will be a juggernaut because it will have more stores than its rivals. The fact George is undefeated in political elections makes him a juggernaut. During the football game, every member of the defense was afraid of the offensive player who was a juggernaut at nearly four hundred pounds. The invading country was a juggernaut that tolerated no resistance when it stormed through the small nation. With over a billion hits each day, Google is the juggernaut of search engines. My best friend Eric is a wrestling juggernaut who has never lost a high school match. জগন্নাথদেব juggernaut ঠুঁটা জগন্নাথ juggernaut. Juggernaut (n.) an avatar of Vishnu. Synonyms: Jagannath. Jagannatha. Jagganath. Juggernaut (n.) a crude idol of Krishna. Synonyms: god. idol. graven image.
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kowtow (sycophancy,grovel,toady,flatter,obsequious,fawn on, blandish) v
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শ্রদ্ধা বা আনুগত্য জানাতে মাটিতে মাথা ঠেকানো kotow, kowtow অত্যন্ত বিনয় প্রদর্শন করা kotow, kowtow. to bow or act in a subservient manner Paul kowtowed to his boss so often the boss herself became nauseated by his sycophancy. act in an excessively subservient manner. "she didn't have to kowtow to a boss". synonyms: grovel*, behave obsequiously*, be obsequious*, be servile, be sycophantic*, fawn on*, bow and scrape, toady*, truckle, flatter*, court, woo, ingratiate oneself with*; informal crawl, creep, suck up to, butter up, be all over, fall all over, lick someone's boots; informal brown-nose; informal smoodge to; archaic blandish* Definition of Kowtow to submit to another person without any struggle Examples of Kowtow in a sentence The dictator beheaded the man who refused to kowtow to him by kissing his feet. If Jason does not kowtow to the boss, he will never get a promotion at work. My chauvinistic husband divorced me because I would not kowtow to his every whim. When the rebellious prisoner saw the ten guards walking in his direction, he knew he had to back down and kowtow or else be severely beaten. The wealthy woman expected all of her servants to kowtow to her. Because I am not sure of my doctor's diagnosis, I will not kowtow and have the surgery without seeking another medical opinion first. The actor will never win any major awards because he refuses to kowtow to the voting members. When the assistant manager refused to kowtow to the customers, his manager fired him. Problems erupted in Sarah's life when her husband refused to stay silent and kowtow to her overbearing father. The monks kowtow to their God by dedicating their entire lives to worship.
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lacerate **
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deeply hurt the feelings of; distress The teacher was fired for lacerating a student who wrote a poor essay. This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE. বিদীর্ণ করা cleave, pierce, rend, tear, lacerate, breach ছিন্ন করা interrupt, mangle, cut, break, tear, lacerate ক্ষত করা hurt, injure, scotch, scathe, chap, lacerate যন্ত্রণা দেত্তয়া torture, trouble, excruciate, hurt, ail, lacerate ক্ষতবিক্ষত করা lacerate ছিন্নভিন্ন করা lacerate, mangel দলিতমথিত করা lacerate. tear or make deep cuts in (flesh or skin). "the point had lacerated his neck". synonyms: cut (open), gash, slash, tear, rip, rend, mangle, mutilate, maim, maul, shred, score, scratch, scrape, graze, incise; knife, gouge, split, cleave, hack, stab, tear apart, butcher, savage, wound, injure, hurt, damage. "jagged edges that lacerated their arms" hurt, wound, distress, pain, harrow, torture, torment, crucify
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laceration
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Definition of Laceration an irregular open wound caused by a blunt impact to soft tissue Examples of Laceration in a sentence Because the laceration was so deep and ugly, Dick was rushed to the emergency room by an ambulance. Joe suffered a laceration to his right temple when he was tossed off of his bike. After examining Jennifer's hand from every angle, the nurse said that the laceration would heal by itself and that stitches were unnecessary. Linda's foot laceration was the result of a fall that occurred at her place of work, which explains why she sued her employer. The umpire's ugly laceration below his left eyebrow resulted from an irate pitcher who intentionally threw the ball at him.
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lachrymose (plaintive,melancholy,maudlin, lugubrious, mawkish) adj
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(plaintive,melancholy,maudlin, lugubrious, mawkish) অশ্রুপাতপূর্ণ lachrymose ক্রন্দনরত weeping, whiny, slobbery, weepy, lachrymose ক্রন্দনশীল lachrymose, weeping, weepy, whiny, slobbery ছিঁঁচ্কাঁদুনে lachrymose, tearful, maudlin, sloppy কাঁদুনে lachrymose অশ্রুমাখা lachrymose অশ্রুময় lachrymose বিষাদময় tragic, funebrial, lachrymose. tearful or given to weeping. "she was pink-eyed and lachrymose". synonyms: tearful, weeping, crying, teary, with tears in one's eyes, close to tears, on the verge of tears, sobbing, snivelling, whimpering; emotional, sad, mournful, woeful, unhappy, depressed, gloomy, melancholy, low-spirited, despondent, downcast, low, glum, morose, sorrowful, joyless, disconsolate, doleful, maudlin, miserable, forlorn, grief-stricken, lugubrious; informal weepy, blubbering, down, down in the mouth, blue; literary dolorous; rare larmoyant "she gets quite lachrymose at the mention of his name" inducing tears; sad. "a lachrymose children's classic" synonyms: tragic, sad, poignant, heart-rending, tear-jerking, moving, melancholy, depressing, plaintive; mawkish, sentimental; informal soppy. showing sorrow Lachrymose and depressed, Alexei Alexandrovich walked two miles home in the rain after learning that his wife was having an affair. Definition of Lachrymose easily brought to tears Examples of Lachrymose in a sentence After her husband died, my aunt became a lachrymose woman who couldn't stop crying. I do not enjoy watching sad movies with my lachrymose wife because she is way too sensitive. When I watch television shows about people dying from cancer, I become very lachrymose. The pictures of the dead children made everyone lachrymose and sad. At the end of the musical, the separated couple came together in a lachrymose music number. I rarely cry so you should definitely not be calling me lachrymose! As James watched his daughter marry the man of her dreams, he became lachrymose and had to hold in his tears. The funeral home was filled with lachrymose mourners. After my sister lost the writing contest, she was lachrymose and in need of a hug. Mary became lachrymose as she watched her only son drive away to college
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lampoon (v)
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to make fun of to ridicule to ridicule with satire publicly ridicule publicly criticize (someone or something) by using ridicule, irony, or sarcasm to satirize; to mock; to parody to attack with satire, mock harshly publicly criticize (someone or something) by using ridicule, irony, or sarcasm. "the actor was lampooned by the press". synonyms: satirize*, mock*, ridicule*, make fun of, poke fun at, caricature*, burlesque*, parody*, take off, guy, make a fool of, rag, tease; informal send up; rare pasquinade. to satirize or poke fun at sentences below use verb definition Although he uses a comic format to lampoon social issues, his underlying message is intended to be taken quite seriously. In that kingdom, any subject who was foolish enough to publicly lampoon the king would be punished by having his tongue cut out of his mouth. As a satirical writer for the newspaper, Jeff is always on the lookout for fresh targets to lampoon in his column. Back in the 1970s, "The Dean Martin Show" began a practice of using celebrity roasts to lampoon entertainers, and they became popular form of entertainment that continues today. Some writers seem to lampoon successful people out of envy.
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lampoon (n)
lampoon (n)
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a written satire used to ridicule or attack someone strong, satirical writing, usually attacking or ridiculing someone a malicious satire a light, good-humored satire verbal ridicule of a person satirical attack a written satire used to ridicule or attack someone. ব্যঙ্গ কবিতা lampoon কাউকে আক্রমণ বা উপহাস করে রচিত তীব্র ব্যঙ্গাত্মক রচনা lampoon noun ব্যক্তিগত ব্যঙ্গ-কবিতা lampoon syn: parody, caricature a written satire used to ridicule or attack someone. a written attack ridiculing a person, group, or institution. Examples of Lampoon in a sentence Because Freddy posted an uncomplimentary lampoon of his boss on his Facebook page, he soon found himself looking for new employment. Sam wrote a harsh lampoon of the mayor and sent it to the newspaper, but the editor refused to publish it. Ronnie maintains a popular blog that is basically a lampoon of the week's television shows. For the past few decades, the writers of "Saturday Night Live" have written one lampoon after another at the expense of whichever politicians happened to be in the news at the time. People who achieve celebrity status of any kind should not be surprised to see an occasional lampoon in the media that makes fun of some aspect of their lives.
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languish (v) droop; flag;fade; become feeble,tarnish,pine.
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to lose strength or health; to remain neglected to waste away to become weak or feeble; to sag with the loss of strength to become weak, feeble, or dull; to droop; to be depressed or dispirited; to suffer neglect to become weak or feeble; to sag with the loss of strength to become weak or feeble; to lose strength to become weak or feeble; to lose strength or vigor to become weak, feeble, or dull; to droop; to be depressed or dispirited; to suffer neglect decay; fade away; get weaker to become weak, listless, or depressed. (of a person, animal, or plant) lose or lack vitality; grow weak. "plants may appear to be languishing simply because they are dormant". synonyms: weaken, grow weak, deteriorate, decline, go into a decline; wither, droop*, flag*, wilt, fade*, fail. ম্লান হত্তয়া turn pale, fade, tarnish, become dry, languish, pine অবসন্ন হত্তয়া be tired out, languish, become peaky, flag, become peaked, collapse ক্ষীণ হত্তয়া give out, become weak, dwindle, grow feeble, languish, wither নিস্তেজ হত্তয়া mope, languish, flag, quail মুখ ম্লান করে থাকা languish ক্ষীণ বা অবসাদগ্রস্ত হওয়া languish নেতিয়ে বা ঝিমিয়ে পড়া languish.
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languish (n) droop; flag;fade; feeble,tarnish,pine, impotence .
languish (n) droop; flag;fade; feeble,tarnish,pine, impotence .
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দুর্বলতা weakness, failing, impotence, debilitation, languish, attenuation শক্তিহীনতা weakness, powerlessness, languish, disability, laxness, laxity বলহীনতা laxness, laxity, languish, emasculation, impotence, impotency
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lascivious (adj) (lecherous,lustful,wanton,salacious,horny,randy,libidinous,lubricious,lewd,amorous
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feeling or revealing an overt and often offensive sexual desire lustful filled with or showing sexual desire inclined to lustfulness filled with or showing sexual desire characterized by or expressing lust (of a person, manner, or gesture) feeling or revealing an overt and often offensive sexual desire lewdly sexual, lecherous inclined to lustfulness; wanton; lewd. feeling or revealing an overt sexual interest or desire. "he gave her a lascivious wink". synonyms: lecherous, lewd, lustful, licentious, libidinous, goatish, salacious, wanton, lubricious, prurient, dirty, smutty, filthy, naughty, suggestive, indecent, ribald; debauched, depraved, degenerate, dissolute, dissipated, unchaste, loose; informal horny, blue; informal randy; rare concupiscent, lickerish. লম্পট salacious, lascivious, licentious, bacchanalian, lecherous, lubricious কামুক passionate, sensual, lewd, libertine, randy, lascivious কামার্ত amorous, passionate, lovestruck, lascivious কামার্থী dissolute, lecherous, lascivious, lubricious, goatish কামী lustful, libidinous, lascivious, lubricious, wishful কামীন lustful, libidinous, lascivious, lubricious, randy অজিতেন্দ্রি় lascivious বেলেল্লা wayward, shameless, lascivious ধৃষ্ট cocky, assuming, pretentious, snotty, malapert, lascivious কামোদ্দীপক aphrodisiac, lascivious, lustful. lecherous; sexually perverted Lolita is a challenging novel for many, not necessarily because of the elevated prose style but because of the depravity of the main character, Humbert Humbert, who, as an old, lascivious man, falls in love with a girl. Definition of Lascivious having or showing strong sexual desire Examples of Lascivious in a sentence After running naked through the field, he was arrested for lewd and lascivious behavior. When she received a lascivious text message, she decided to stop responding. Though he was quite timid in person, he found it was easy to be lascivious on an online dating website. He was prone to lascivious behavior, which is why most women felt uncomfortable around him. She wore a lascivious dress, which attracted the attention of almost every man she passed. If you are looking for a date in a bar, you might find that people are a bit overly-lascivious. Often known for lascivious behavior, it was quite surprising how polite he was behaving this evening. The man was crude and lascivious, but somehow he still had enough charisma to keep women entertained. Not wanting to let his lascivious behavior go unpunished, the judge gave the sex offender the harshest possible penalty. With her innocent eyes, even the most lascivious activities seemed somewhat sweet.
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limpid (adj)
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clear, transparent; readily understood clear, transparent clear transparent; clear clear, easily understood marked by transparency; clear and simple in style perfectly clear, transparent, or unclouded perfectly clear; transparent. clarity in terms of expression. Her limpid prose made even the most recondite subjects accessible to all. নির্মল lucid, clean, cleanly, pellucid, limpid, immaculate পরিষ্কার clean, fair, pure, tidy, coherent, limpid অনাবিল pure, unadulterated, limpid, clear, clean, unmixed স্বচ্ছ transparent, clear, lucid, colorless, crystalline, limpid. Definition of Limpid see-through; clear Examples of Limpid in a sentence Because the sky was not limpid, we could not see the stars. We could easily see the fish in the limpid stream. Since I was only allowed to have clear liquids during my hospital stay, I was served a large number of limpid broths. Bill would not drink the water in his glass because it was not limpid and could have contained all kinds of substances. After mixing the two dark chemicals, the students should be able to see through the limpid liquid they have created. The birds flew directly into the limpid window. As Jim looked in Helen's limpid eyes, he felt as though he could see her soul. The detective easily saw through the suspect's limpid alibi. When April wore the limpid blouse to school, she was given a reprimand for wearing transparent clothing. At the bottom of the limpid pond, the police officer could see the shape of a human body. (of a liquid) completely clear and transparent. "the limpid waters of the Caribbean" synonyms: clear, transparent, glassy, glass-like, crystal clear, crystalline, see-through, translucent, pellucid, unclouded, uncloudy "a limpid pool" (of a person's eyes) unclouded; clear. "the limpid grey eyes gazed trustfully at her" synonyms: clear, transparent*, glassy, glass-like, crystal clear, crystalline*, see-through, translucent*, pellucid*, unclouded*, uncloudy "a limpid pool" (especially of writing or music) clear and accessible or melodious. "the limpid notes of a recorder" synonyms: lucid, clear, plain, understandable, intelligible, comprehensible, perceptible, coherent, explicit*, unambiguous*, simple, vivid*, sharp, direct, clear-cut, crystal clear, luminous, straightforward*, distinct, perspicuous; rare luculent
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litany (n)
litany (n)
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any long, repetitive or dull recital a long, repetitive recitation a tedious recital or repetitive series A long, repetitive, or dull account a prolonged or tedious account any long and tedious address or recital lengthy recitation; repetitive chant a prayer; a long list. a lengthy record. any long and tedious account of something Mr. Rogers spoke to a Senate committee and did not give a litany of reasons to keep funding the program, but instead, appealed to the basic human decency of all present. খ্রীস্টানদের একজাতীয় প্রার্থনা litany ***যে কোনো দীর্ঘ, বিরক্তিকর বক্তৃতা ইত্যাদি litany noun প্রার্থনা-সঙ্গীত psalm, litany. a tedious recital or repetitive series. "a litany of complaints". synonyms: recital, recitation, repetition, enumeration, account, refrain; list, listing, catalogue, inventory, roll. Definition of Litany a lengthy record Examples of Litany in a sentence The landlord was tired of listening to his tenant's litany of complaints about the property. When I listened to my mother's litany of criticisms about the nursing home staff, I was shocked by some of her accusations. The criminal's litany of crimes filled a huge folder in the prosecutor's office. Before Ellen could walk after her surgery, she had to face a litany of challenges. The politician quickly stated a litany of reasons why his political rival was an unsuitable candidate for office. Because I am a housewife, I normally have a litany of boring chores to perform each day. The lawyer promised to provide the jury with a litany of facts that would prove his client's innocence. Before committing suicide, the man wrote a letter that contained a litany of disappointments about his life. The jury sentenced the killer to two life sentences for the litany of crimes he committed over two decades. During the divorce hearing, my wife presented a litany of grievances that related to our unhappy marriage.
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loath adj
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Averse. reluctant unwilling; averse; disinclined; reluctant. unwillingness to do something contrary to your custom (usually followed by 'to'). I was loath to leave the concert before my favorite band finished playing reluctant; unwilling. "I was loath to leave" synonyms: reluctant, unwilling, disinclined, ill-disposed, not in the mood; hesitant; against, averse, opposed, resistant, hostile, antagonistic; resisting. অরাজি loath, loth অনিচ্ছুক reluctant, unwilling, shy, disagreeing, loath, loth অপ্রবৃত্ত disengaged, loath, loth বিতৃষ্ণ disgusted, loath, disinterested, loth নারাজ loath, loath. Unwilling or reluctant to do something He embraced her and was loath to let her go. More and more wives have their own careers, which they are loath to abandon. Austria is hardly the only country loath to accept foreigners. In the past, many companies were loath to hire women professionals because they feared the women would quit when they got married. He made it known to his friends that he was loath to run for the election. Organizations are loath to admit this is a problem. The government is loath to alter its economic policy. She was loath to tell her name to that strange man. She'd been loath to accept the reality that the firm had grown too big to maintain its quality. I am loath to tell him the truth because I know he'll get angry.
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loathe v
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To abominate. to hate to detest. ঘৃণা করা hate, loathe, detest, despise, look down on, nauseate অতিশয় অপছন্দ করা loathe অপছন্দ করা loathe, mislike বিতৃষ্ণার ভাব পোষণ করা loathe. Definition of Loathe to hate very much Examples of Loathe in a sentence I loathe having to sit in the waiting room for hours. Terri, a vegan advocate, would often loathe the thought of eating meat. If you loathe your job so much, then go work somewhere else! When you loathe school so much, it is difficult to take homework seriously. Her loathe and disgust for racism was apparent. If you loathe your financial situation, then consider going on a budget. I loathe the sound of a barking dog, especially when I'm trying to sleep! I loathe my husband for cheating on me! Because the roommates loathe each other, they eventually went their separate ways. He cannot help but loathe people who steal.
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lugubrious adj (sad,forlorn,saturnine,somber,elegiac,morbid)
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বিষণ্ণ sad, bored, depressed, dreary, dusky, lugubrious নিরানন্দ bleak, somber, dismal, funereal, solemn, lugubrious শোকার্ত mournful, lugubrious কান্দ-কান্দ about to weep, lugubrious, tearful দুঃখজনক tragic, unfortunate, saddening, cloud, lamentable, lugubrious হতাশাব্যঞ্জক lugubrious বিষাদগ্রস্ত lugubrious, vapourish শোচনীয় piteous, lugubrious. looking or sounding sad and dismal. "his face looked even more lugubrious than usual" antonyms: cheerful, joyful excessively mournful At the funeral, lugubrious songs filled the small church. syn--- black, bleak*, cheerless, chill, Cimmerian, cloudy, cold, comfortless, dark, darkening, depressing*, depressive, desolate*, dire, disconsolate, dismal*, drear, dreary, dreich [chiefly Scottish], elegiac* (also elegiacal), forlorn*, funereal*, glum, godforsaken, gray (also grey), lonely, lonesome, gloomy*, miserable, morbid*, morose*, murky, plutonian, saturnine*, sepulchral, solemn, somber* (or sombre), sullen*, sunless, tenebrific, tenebrous, wretched Definition of Lugubrious looking or sounding sad and gloomy Examples of Lugubrious in a sentence In his first novel, the mysterious postman is the perfect example of a lugubrious character. Although Clarissa initially enjoyed the play, she later fell asleep during the lead actor's lugubrious monologue. Surrounded by dark clouds, the isolated barn made the perfect inspiration for the poet's lugubrious poem. Just because I'm a bit down today doesn't mean I'm in a lugubrious mood! After his wife left him, he walked around in a lugubrious condition for months. To ease the lugubrious atmosphere in the church, Tom told a few religious jokes. Franklin despised his job at the ketchup plant so he always had a lugubrious look on his face at work. Because of you, my lugubrious heart will never love again! Considering the sad state of the world, it is not surprising the news is always filled with such lugubrious reports. Sadly, when the world realized Marilyn Monroe's beautiful smile hid her lugubrious thoughts, it was too late.
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machinate v (conspire,contrive)
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engage in plotting or enter into a conspiracy, swear together The rebels met at night in an abandoned barn to machinate. ষড়্যন্ত্র করা conspire, plot, intrigue, scheme, compass, machinate অভিসন্ধি করা intend, design, plan, plot, machinate মতলব আঁটা contrive, think out a plan, contrive somehow, machinate ষড়যন্ত্র করা machinate, conspire. 1. to engage in a secret plan to accomplish evil or unlawful ends a trio of courtiers who were discovered to be machinating against the queen Synonyms of machinate collude, compass, connive, conspire, contrive, intrigue, plot, put up, scheme. 2. to plan out usually with subtle skill or care the hackers machinated a way to steal credit numbers from the company's Web site Synonyms of machinate contrive, finagle, finesse, frame, engineer, maneuver, manipulate, mastermind, negotiate, wangle
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magisterial (adj)**
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having or showing great authority having or showing great authority; dictatorial authoritative commanding and dignified **offensively self-assured or given to exercising unwarranted power having or showing great authority. ** offensively self-assured or given to exercising unwarranted power. Though she was only a third grade teacher, Ms. Martinet was magisterial in dealing with her class, lording over them like a queen. **This word has other definitions but this is the most important one for the GRE authoritative, masterful, dictatorial, overbearing authoritative; imperious showing impressive knowledge about a subject. গর্বিত proud, elated, bloated, arrogant, haughty, magisterial শাসক-সংক্রান্ত magisterial, gubernatorial, managerial শাসকসংক্রান্ত magisterial. having or showing great authority. "a magisterial pronouncement" domineering; dictatorial. "he dropped his somewhat magisterial style of questioning" antonyms: hesitant, tentative
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malapropism (n)
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শব্দের অপপ্রয়োগ. the mistaken use of a word in place of a similar-sounding one, often with an amusing effect (e.g. 'dance a flamingo ' instead of flamenco ). synonyms: wrong word, solecism, error, misuse, misusage, misapplication, infelicity, slip of the tongue. he confusion of a word with another word that sounds similar. Whenever I looked glum, my mother would offer to share "an amusing antidote" with me--an endearing malapropism of "anecdote" that never failed to cheer me up. Definition of Malapropism a comical misuse of a word that resembles another term in sound Examples of Malapropism in a sentence In class, everyone laughed at Bill's malapropism when he complained about electrical votes instead of electoral votes. Jane was so nervous during the debate she did not realize she had made a malapropism until her opponent made a joke about her word use. When April tried to be witty by using a malapropism in her speech, she realized her word humor fell flat with the serious group of people. As everyone laughed at the funny sentence, the president apologized for the malapropism made by his twisted tongue. The comedian's act consists of him using one malapropism after another to make the audience laugh at his word choices. For an example of a malapropism, my witty husband said that having only one wife equaled monotony instead of monogamy. The prime minister's poor speaking ability led him to make at least one ridiculous malapropism during his media conferences. In her paper about allergy season, Janice wrote a malapropism when she typed sciences instead of sinuses. The boy's speech impairment sometimes causes him to mix up words like moss and moths in a malapropism. While Gary thought his malapropism was humorous, the principal did not share his humor and suspended him for his obscene word blunder.
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malfeasance (adj)
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misconduct or wrongdoing (especially by a public official). misconduct wrongful conduct wrongdoing actus reus কুকর্ম mischief, malfeasance, sinful act, wicked act, blameable act কুকার্য malfeasance, wicked act, sinful act, blameable act, mischief কুকর্মসাধন malfeasance অপরাধ crime, offense, iniquity, sin, guilt, malfeasance বেআইনী কাজ misdemeanor, malfeasance, misdemeanour অবৈধ কায্র্য malfeasance অন্যায় কায্র্য malfeasance অবৈধ কাজ malfeasance. Definition of Malfeasance the performance of an illegal deed, generally by someone in the public trust Examples of Malfeasance in a sentence When the election results are tallied, surely the people will have voted out the mayor who is currently being investigated for malfeasance. A handful of police officers were arrested today for malfeasance during drug busts. Because of the company president's malfeasance, he has been removed from his office. Once the government investigates the drug's manufacturer's malfeasance, many people may be charged for the woman's drug-induced death. Everyone found it difficult to believe the priest had been arrested for malfeasance involving drugs and prostitution. After the governor was questioned about financial malfeasance, he announced his plans to vacate the public office. The school principal covered his face with his hands and did not respond to the media's questions about his malfeasance. If the legislator is arrested for the crime, his peers will quickly vote to remove him for malfeasance and for dishonoring his office. I was shocked when my stockbroker was indicted for financial malfeasance. When the auditor reviewed the firm's books, he found evidence of the treasurer's malfeasance that resulted in a two million dollar company loss.
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malingerer n
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one who fakes illness and pretends to be suffering. রোগভানকারী. someone shirking their duty by pretending to be sick or incapacitated At one time, our country was full of hardworking respectful people, but now it seems that everyone is a malingerer with little inclination to work.
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malinger
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Definition of Malinger to pretend to be sick or injured in order to avoid doing work Examples of Malinger in a sentence When it is time to do work around the house, Henry will offer malinger and go to his room to rest. The lazy student tried to malinger when it was time to work on his essay. Because Tom was known for trying to malinger out of chores, nobody believed his story about a sore throat. Bill is such a baseball fan that he will malinger and call in sick to attend the playoff games. Although Sherri tried to malinger to avoid going to work, she was caught in her lie when her boss offered to drive her to the doctor's office. Several of the office employees made plans to malinger and exchange a day of work for a day at the beach. If my son has not studied for a test, he will sometimes malinger in order to stay home from school. My supervisor has no patience for people who malinger to avoid doing their share of the workload. When my husband does not want to cut the grass, he will malinger and complain about an imaginary stomach pain. Maggie is going to malinger with a fake cough in hopes of being excused from jury duty.
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martinet n
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a strict disciplinarian; a stickler for the rules a strict disciplinarian; taskmaster an extreme disciplinarian. কঠোর নিয়মনিষ্ঠ ব্যক্তি. a person who demands complete obedience; a strict disciplinarian. "the woman in charge was a martinet who treated all those beneath her like children". synonyms: disciplinarian*, slave-driver*, stickler for discipline, taskmaster*, taskmistress, authoritarian*, tyrant*; drill sergeant. a strict disciplinarian The job seemed perfect to Rebecca, until she found out that her boss was a total martinet; after each project the boss would come by to scrutinize--and inevitably criticize--every little detail of the work Rebecca had done. Definition of Martinet an individual who emphasizes discipline Examples of Martinet in a sentence As a colonel in the army, John is a martinet who believes discipline is the only path to success. The prison warden is viewed as a martinet because of his strict management of the correctional facility. When I was child, I thought my father was a martinet because he was constantly ordering me around the house. The college football coach is known for being a martinet who suspends his players when they do not follow the rules. Like a martinet, Mrs. Abrams insists upon order in her classroom. Bill was a martinet who punished his children for the smallest offenses. Although Hank is only four-years old, he sounds like a martinet when he orders his older brothers to do his bidding. Anna's tennis coach is a martinet who makes his students practice in the rain. Even though the principal does not enjoy being a martinet, she must occasionally be stern to keep her students in line. The movie director has the personality of a martinet and behaves as though he is a commanding officer in the military.
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maudlin adj (sentimental,emotional,lachrymose)
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self-pityingly or tearfully sentimental. "a bout of maudlin self-pity" synonyms: sentimental, over-sentimental, emotional, overemotional, tearful, lachrymose; informal weepy "a bout of maudlin self-pity" (of a book, film, or song) highly sentimental. "a maudlin jukebox tune" synonyms: mawkish, sentimental, over-sentimental, cloying, sickly, saccharine, sugary, syrupy, sickening, nauseating, banal, trite; twee; informal mushy, slushy, sloppy, schmaltzy, weepy, cutesy, lovey-dovey, gooey, drippy, sloshy, soupy, treacly, cheesy, corny, icky, sick-making, toe-curling; informal soppy; informal cornball, sappy, hokey, three-hanky. মূর্খ foolish, silly, ignorant, foggy, imbecile, maudlin ভাবপ্রবণ sentimental, sloppy, maudlin, emotional, feeling, excitable মাতাল drunk, lit, screwed, drunken, tight, maudlin আর্ধমাতাল maudlin ছিঁঁচ্কাঁদুনে lachrymose, tearful, maudlin, sloppy নির্বোধ mindless, foolish, stupid, brainless, dopey, maudlin অর্ধপানোন্মত্ত maudlin অর্ধ মাতাল maudlin নির্বোধ fool, goofy, dodo, feather-brained, bovine, brute. overly emotional and sad Just as those who were alive during the 70's are mortified that they once cavorted about in bellbottoms, many who lived during the 80's are now aghast at the maudlin pop songs they used to enjoy--really, just what exactly is a total eclipse of the heart? Definition of Maudlin showing or expressing too much emotion especially in a foolish or annoying way Examples of Maudlin in a sentence The girl's performance was so maudlin that people started to boo her off the stage. Upon being dumped by his girlfriend, Jason started to act in a maudlin behavior that annoyed everyone. Sarah is such a drama queen that she behaves in a maudlin way to even the smallest incident. When John drinks too many glasses of wine, he has a habit of telling maudlin stories that make him appear quite silly. If you catch Edgar in a maudlin mood, you will find him very annoying. Even though the reality show about the fives sisters is quite maudlin, it is still watched by millions of people each week. I could not enjoy the movie because it was so maudlin it came across as incredibly foolish. When the critics reviewed the singer's latest album, they referred to it as a maudlin collection that would either bring listeners to tears or make them scream in anger. Jane rarely talks about her dead husband because she hates to get maudlin in front of people. Although Mitch loves Jessica, he does not like to be around her when she is putting on a maudlin performance for her friends.
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meander v (wander,ramble,maunder)
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To wind and turn while proceeding in a course. to wander aimlessly to wander about, wind about. সর্পিলগতিতে চলা meander, yaw বিজড়িত হত্তয়া interweave, intertwine, meander, wreathe, ravel, suffer জটিল হত্তয়া be puzzled, meander বিপথগামী হত্তয়া diverge, stray, turn, aberrate, sheer, meander আঁকিয়া-বাঁকিয়া চলা zigzag, meander চক্রাকারে ভ্রমণ meander নদীর আঁকাবাঁকা স্থান meander. wander aimlessly Max liked to maunder down by the seaside and pick up whatever sea shells he would stumble upon. (of a river or road) follow a winding course. "a river that meandered gently through a meadow" synonyms: zigzag, wind, twist, turn, curve, curl, bend, snake "the river meandered gently through the meadow". wander at random. "kids meandered in and out" synonyms: stroll, saunter, amble, wander, roam, ramble, rove, drift, maunder, stray, straggle; stravaig; streel; informal mosey, tootle; informal bimble; rareva gabond Definition of Meander to move slowly without any real purpose Examples of Meander in a sentence The confused old man will sometimes co