|Eliminate||از بین بردن|
|Encircle||محاصره کردن، دور گرفتن|
|Erratic||دمدمی مزاج، نامنظم|
|Integral||تمام و کمال، مهم|
|Release||رها کردن، رهایی|
- n. something that makes life easier or more enjoyable
- syn. convenience
She missed all the amenities of the home when she went camping.
People expect many amenities at a five-star hotel.
- adj. dispersed
- v. To cause to move in many different directions
- syn. circulate
The high winds and rain dispersed the crowd.
After the hurricane, dispersed belongings cluttered the street.
- n. dweller
- v. dwell
- n. where people live
- syn. house
Cavelike dwellings have been discovered throughout the world.
City dwellers often have trouble adjusting to life in the country.
- adj. elemental
- n. element*
- n. a part of the whole
- syn. component
Her presence added an element of humor to the group.
Hard work and perseverance are the basic elements of success.
- adj. simple in structure, easy to do
- syn. primary
The solution to the problem was actually quite elementary.
You must take Elementary Physics before you can enroll in the advanced course.
- adj. eliminated
- n. elimination
- v. to remove, free oneself of something
- syn. delete
Mistakes must be eliminated before you hand in a term paper.
The elimination of the runner from the race was decided by the judge.
- n. emergence
- v. to come into view, or existence
- syn. appear
It took an hour for the newborn chick to emerge from its egg.
The sun emerged from the thick rain clouds, giving hope that the game would be played.
- adv. emphatically
- adj. emphatic
- n. emphasis
- v. to show that something is especially important or exceptional
- syn. highlight
The professor emphasized certain aspects of the historical period.
When asked if they would like to leave class early, the students answered with an emphatic “yes.”
- adj. encircled
- v. to make a circle around
- syn. surround
The players encircled their coach after winning the big game.
The encircled celebrity actually became afraid of her fans.
- adv. erratically
- adj. no regular pattern in thinking or movement; changeable without reason
- syn. inconsistent
The artist’s paintings have an erratic quality, some being excellent, and others mediocre.
The unstable chemical reacted erratically.
- adj. exaggerated
- n. exaggeration
- v. to make something more than what it is
- syn. overstate
The federal government exaggerated the success of its programs.
To say that his business is successful would be a slight exaggeration.
- adv. integrally
- n. integrality
- adj. to be an essential or basic part of something
- syn. vital
Knowledge of spelling is an integral part of writing in any language.
A film’s music is integral to drawing the viewers into the story.
- n. justification
- adj. justifiably
- v. to show to be right or reasonable; to support
- syn. defend
The young boy could not justify his rude behavior.
There was no justification for the criminal’s attack.
- adj. mentioned
- n. mention
- v. to say; relate in written form
- syn. remark
Theatergoers often mention that they enjoy watching movies on a large screen.
The book mentioned above was included in the bibliography that was handed out in class last week.
- n. mortification
- v. to embarrass
- syn. humiliate
He was mortified upon forgetting his lines during the play.
She mortified her son by showing Alice his baby pictures.
- n. prevalence
- adj. existing widely or commonly
- syn. commonplace
Comfortable trade winds are prevalent in the Caribbean islands.
There is a prevalence of disease where poor sanitation conditions exist.
- n. release
- v. to allow to come out; to give freedom
- syn. free
A new movie was just released.
The release of the Supreme Court’s decision was expected today.
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