|Coarse||زبر و زمخت|
|Emit||انتشار، بیرون ریختن|
|Exceedingly||بیش از حد|
|Rigid||سفت و سخت|
|Routinely||به طور معمول|
|Sufficiently||به اندازه کافی|
- adj. chief
- adv. the most important or most common
- syn. mostly
Houses are made chiefly of wood products.
Corn is the chief crop of the Midwest.
- n. coarseness
- adv. coarsely
- adj. not fine or smooth; not delicate
- syn. rough
Sandpaper is an extremely coarse material.
Wool clothing has a certain coarseness in texture.
- adj. ordinary
- syn. frequent
In some parts of the world, text messaging is more commonplace than voice calling.
Female lawyers are commonplace in the United States.
- adj. comparative
- n. comparison
- v. compare
- adv. being measured or judged by comparison
- syn. relatively
It was comparatively easy for him to learn baseball because he had been a cricket player.
If you compare algebra and trigonometry, you’ll discover that algebra is less complex.
- n. complexity
- adj. difficult to understand or explain; having many parts
- syn. complicated
The businessmen astutely approached the complex production problem.
The universe has a complexity beyond comprehension.
- adv. conventionally
- n. convention
- adj. following accepted rules or standards
- syn. traditional
Professor Canfield agreed with the conventional theory about the origin of the Basque language.
To become integrated into a society, you must learn the conventions of that society.
- adv. curiously
- n. curiosity
- adj. odd or strange; eager to learn
- syn. peculiar
A curious object was discovered in the remains.
Sally was curiously interested in the history of Alaska.
- n. emission
- n. emitter
- v. to send out; give off
- syn. release
The raging forest fire emitted a dense, white smoke.
Modern telescopes can detect the faintest light emitted by distant stars.
- n. excess
- v. exceed
- adj. excessive
- adv. excessively
- adv. very; to an unusual degree
- syn. extremely
In tropical zones, it is exceedingly hot and humid.
It is not safe to exceed the speed limit.
- adj. exclusive
- n. exclusion
- v. exclude
- adv. no one else; nothing else; not shared with others
- syn. restrictively
This room is used exclusively by the faculty.
They excluded everyone under 21 from the contest.
- adj. extinguishable
- n. extinguishment
- v. to bring about the end of something
- syn. terminate
The firefighters quickly extinguished the flames.
Modern medicine has extinguished many previously serious illnesses.
- n. immensity
- adv. immensely
- adj. extremely large
- syn. massive
From the mountaintop, you can see the immense valley.
She was immensely interested in the idea of teaching a foreign language.
- adv. rigidly
- adj. not easy to bend; firm; inflexible
- syn. stiff
The teacher was very rigid in his ideas about class attendance.
He adhered rigidly to his opinions about marriage.
- n. routine
- adj. routine
- adv. regularly; usually done
- syn. ordinarily
She routinely gets a physical examination.
It is routine for students to become homesick at times.
- n. lasting physical or mental strength
- syn. endurance
The Olympic runner demonstrated incredible stamina.
The horse lacked the stamina to win the race.
- n. sufficiency
- adj. sufficient
- v. suffice
- adv. enough; in a satisfying manner
- syn. adequately
Jenny is sufficiently mature to make her own decisions.
Her income is sufficient for her needs.
- adj. visible
- n. vision
- v. view
- adj. visionary
- adv. can be seen
- syn. noticeably
Ken was visibly upset about his performance evaluation.
Stars are more visible on a clear fall evening.