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schlep verb (used with object) to carry; lug:聽to schlep an umbrella on a sunny day. ORIGIN EXAMPLES LOOK IT UP WHAT IS THE ORIGIN OF SCHLEP? The slang term schlep 鈥渢o lug, […]

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Numinous adjective(part of speech) Definition- Spiritual or supernatural Thank you for reading 馃檪

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manqu茅 聽 [mahng-key] adjective Definition~having failed, missed, or fallen short, especially because of circumstances or a defect of character; unsuccessful; unfulfilled or frustrated (usually used postpositively): a poet manqu茅 who […]

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eccable adjective [pek–uh-buhl] liable to sin or error. What is the origin of peccable? Peccable comes from Old French from the Medieval Latin adjective pecc膩bilis 鈥渃apable of sin, susceptible to […]

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fecund [ fee–kuhnd, –kuh鈥塶d, fek–uhnd, –uh鈥塶d ] adjective producing or capable of producing offspring, fruit, vegetation, etc., in abundance; prolific; fruitful: fecund parents; fecund farmland.very productive or creative intellectually: the […]

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plu路vi路al [藞plo蜑ov膿蓹l] ADJECTIVE — relating to or characterized by rainfall.” the alternation of pluvial and arid periods in the Quaternary” NOUN- pluvial (plural noun) a period marked by increased rainfall. […]

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in路con路tro路vert路i路ble[藢ink盲ntr蓹藞v蓹rd蓹b(蓹)l] ADJECTIVE not able to be denied or disputed.”incontrovertible proof” synonyms:indisputable 路 incontestable 路 undeniable 路 irrefutable 路 unassailable 路 beyond dispute 路 unquestionable 路 beyond question 路 indubitable 路 […]

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abecedarian聽 adjective | ay-bee-see-DAIR-ee-un   Definition   1: a: of or relating to the alphabet 聽 b聽: alphabetically arranged 聽 2: rudimentary Did You Know?   The history of abecedarian is […]

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sen路tient /藞sen(t)SH(膿)蓹nt/ adjective adjective: sentient able to perceive or feel things. “she had been instructed from birth in the equality of all sentient life forms” synonyms: (capable of) feeling, living, live;More conscious, aware, responsive, reactive “any […]

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book路ish [藞bo蜐okiSH] ADJECTIVE (of a person or way of life) devoted to reading and studying rather than worldly interests. “by comparison I was very bookish, intellectual, and wordy in a […]

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Mirific mirific adjective mi路鈥媟if路鈥媔c | \(藞)m墨娄rifik\ variants: or less commonly mirifical \ -鈥媐蓹虈k蓹l \ Definition of mirific : working wonders : marvelous his mirific adventures 鈥 W. J. Locke Thank […]

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Word of the Day : ambivalent adjective am-BIV-uh-lu Definition : having or showing simultaneous and contradictory attitudes or feelings toward something : characterized by ambivalence Did You Know? The words […]

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in路fran路gi路ble [in藞franj蓹b蓹l] ADJECTIVE formal unbreakable; inviolable. “there is no infrangible genetic prescription of human behavior” synonyms: unbreakable 路 shatterproof 路 nonbreakable 路 toughened 路 sturdy 路 stout 路 hardwearing 路 […]

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