Words of the day

November 26, 2022    |   

Waylay

Definition:-

Wait In Hiding To Attack ...

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Problematic

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Open To Doubt ...

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Tenuous

Definition:-

Weak, Thin; Rare; Slim ...

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Balmy

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Mild And Pleasant ...

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Disquisition

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An Elaborate Analytical Or Explanatory Essay Or Di ...

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Lumberjack

Definition:-

A Short Warm Outer Jacket ...

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Obsequious

Definition:-

Groveling, Submissive ...

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Rebarbative

Definition:-

Serving Or Tending To Repel ...

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Ignominious

Definition:-

(used Of Conduct Or Character) Deserving Or Bringi ...

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Saturate

Definition:-

Drench, Wet Through ...

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Celerity

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A Rate That Is Rapid ...

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Perfunctory

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Automatic, Unthinking ...

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Martinet

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Someone Who Demands Exact Conformity To Rules And ...

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Abate

Definition:-

Become Less In Amount Or Intensity ...

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Satiate

Definition:-

Stuff, Satisfy Completely Or Excessively ...

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Aggrandize

Definition:-

Add Details To ...

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Rejuvenate

Definition:-

Return To Life; Get Or Give New Life Or Energy ...

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Natatorial

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Inclined Or Adapted To Swim; Swimming; As, Natator ...

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Confute

Definition:-

Prove To Be False ...

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Tellurian

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An Inhabitant Of The Earth ...

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