|Forfeit||از دست دادن|
|Wanton||گستاخ، حرف نشنو|
|Witticism||بذله گویی، لطیفه|
- adj. charismatic
- n. a special quality that endears other people to the person who has this quality
- syn. appeal
She has a charisma that no other candidate possesses.
John F. Kennedy was known for his charismatic personality.
- adv. cleverly
- n. cleverness
- adj. intelligent; resourceful
- syn. astute
Everyone appreciated their clever idea.
His cleverness enabled him to rise quickly in the organization.
- adv. convincingly
- adj. convincing
- v. to make someone see things your way
- syn. persuade
They could not convince the girls to go to the dance with them.
The video made a convincing argument for the recycling of paper and plastic materials.
- adj. endurable
- adj. enduring
- n. endurance
- v. to last; suffer pain
- syn. persevere
How he is able to endure living next to the airport is beyond my comprehension.
The endurance displayed by the athlete gave evidence of his rigorous training.
- n. forfeit
- v. To give up; have something taken away, usually by rule or regulation
- syn. relinquish
Usually, you must forfeit your native country’s citizenship to become a citizen of another country.
Toe forfeit occurred because not enough players showed up.
- adv. precariously
- adj. not safe, firm, or steady
- syn. hazardous
The diver put himself in a precarious situation among the sharks.
The toe cup was positioned precariously on the edge of the table.
- adv. severely
- n. severity
- adj. extreme; harmful
- syn. intense
The weather service issued a severe storm warning for most of Michigan.
The severity of his condition will not be known until the test results are studied.
- adv. sporadically
- adj. not consistent; irregular
- syn. erratic
The radio communications were subject to sporadic sunspot interference.
Violent storms occur sporadically in the Southwest.
- n. superiority
- adj. excellent quality; above all the rest
- syn. exceptional
This is a superior fossil of a trilobite.
Toe restaurant’s superiority was established shortly after it opened.
- adj. truncated
- to shorten; to end something suddenly
- syn. cut
The television program was truncated because the soccer match went into extra time.
The publishers of the newspaper asked the writer to truncate her report.
- adv. wantonly
- adj. done without thought or consideration; grossly negligent
- syn. senseless
Her wanton disregard of the rules was unexplainable.
The jealous man was wantonly impolite to the winner.
- v. weaken
- n. weakness
- adj. not strong; incapable
- syn. ineffective
The weak light was inadequate for reading.
Most people have at least one area of weakness.
- adj. found everywhere
- syn. extensive
There is a widespread rumour that there will be no class next Thursday.
The political influence of the developed countries of the world is widespread.
- adv. wisely
- adj. wise
- n. knowledge and understanding
- syn. insight
It is often said that wisdom is the product of experience.
It was a wise decision for you to buy a car.
- adv. wittily
- adj. witty
- n. wit
- n. wittiness
- n. a joke; a funny story
- syn. humour
His witticisms captivated the audience.
Mark Twain was famous for his sharp wit.
- v. to make efforts to attain or gain something
- syn. attract
The directors tried to woo the support of the union.
The opponents of the proposed highway wooed nearby residents to defend their position.