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- adj. brief
- n. brevity
- adv. short, usually in time
- syn. concisely
The visiting professor spoke briefly at the faculty meeting.
Solar eclipses are brief moments when the Earth and Moon cross the Sun’s fixed position in the solar system.
- adj. circulatory
- n. circulation
- v. To cause to move along a fixed path; move freely
- syn. distribute
The news of the president’s visit circulated quickly throughout the city.
A dollar bill remains in circulation for approximately one and a half years.
- adj. consistent
- v. consist
- n. consistency
- adv. without changing; keeping the same principles, ideas, or quality
- syn. dependably
The temperature must be maintained consistently at 75° centigrade.
The policy of the government concerning unemployment has been consistent.
- n. exhibit
- n. exhibition
- n. exhibitor
- v. to show or demonstrate
- syn. display
The compound exhibits the qualities of an acid.
It was the best exhibition of talent that I have ever seen.
- n. foundation*
- n. founder
- v. to establish; start-up;
- *a philanthropic organization
- syn. establish
The wealthy woman founded a hospital in her hometown.
The foundation maintained a number of philanthropic activities.
- adj. improper
- n. impropriety
- adv. not following established rules; not desirable
- syn. inappropriately
The disappointing outcome was a result of an improperly prepared petri dish
There was an impropriety with the way the funds were spent.
- adj. impulsive
- n. impulse
- n. impulsiveness
- adv. acting without thinking
- syn. capriciously
She reacted impulsively to the loud noise.
Many shoppers buy items on impulse.
- adj. infrequent
- n. infrequency
- adj. almost never
- syn. rarely
Tornadoes occur infrequently in the eastern part of the United States.
Deserts are characterized by their infrequent rainfall.
- v. isolate
- n. isolation
- adj. to keep separated from others
- syn. secluded
The failure of the communications system left the towns isolated.
The doctors were unable to isolate the cause of the epidemic.
- adj. overt
- adv. in a way clearly seen; not done secretly
- syn. openly
He overtly disregarded the regulations.
Her overt attempt to take control of the discussion failed.
- adj. profound
- n. profundity
- adv. in a deep way; showing a deep knowledge of a subject
- syn. significantly
Everyone was profoundly impressed by the news reports.
The Nobel Prize is a profound recognition of outstanding achievement.
- adj. sharp
- v. sharpen
- n. sharpness
- adv. showing sensitivity or quick thinking; showing a quick change in direction
- syn. quickly
Car prices rose sharply over the past year.
There was a sharp change in the humidity after the storm.
- n. situation*
- v. situate
- adj. being found in a certain place
- *a current condition
- syn. located
The resort town of Cancun is situated in the northern part of the Yucatan peninsula.
They found themselves in a very difficult situation.
- adj. subsequent
- adv. following; coming after something
- syn. afterwards
The public applauded the president’s actions and subsequently, his ratings in the polls improved.
This report, and all subsequent reports, must be written in the appropriate style.
- adj. unmistakably
- adj. clearly able to be determined
- syn. indisputable
The markings of the insect provided for an unmistakable identification of the species.
It is unmistakably clear that the report must be finished by noon.
- n. upstandingness
- adj. marked by integrity; good, honest
- syn. moral
The school only accepts upstanding young adults.
The neighbourhood has been kept clean and beautiful thanks to its upstanding residents.