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Querulous (01/16/18)

January 16, 2018

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querulous- irritable Example: The more her back ached the more querulous she became as she tried to clean the house.  ...

Ostentatious (1/9/18)

January 9, 2018

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Ostentatious: displaying wealth Example: The ostentatious boy left all the price tags hanging off his clothes.  


December 12, 2017

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distraught adjective 1. distracted; deeply agitated 2. mentally deranged; crazed Example 1: She wrote her poem on the subway on her way home, but missed her stop because she was so distraught. Example 2: She wa...


December 5, 2017

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admonish verb 1. to caution, advise, or counsel against something. 2. to reprove or scold, especially in a mild and good-willed manner Example 1: The professor does admonish the tendency of popular...


November 28, 2017

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inane adjective 1. lacking sense, significance, or ideas; silly Example: The boy often tried to stop class by asking the most inane questions, but his teacher shut him down every time....


November 21, 2017

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aspirant noun 1. a person who aspires, as one who seeks or desires a career,advancement, status Noun Example: The aspirants for foundation grants had yet to prove themselves. adjective 2. aspiring ...