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1. gravely. [grayve- lee ] adjective Serious and solemn Barack Obama is a gravely man. When it came to school, the failing Student suddenly became gravely in class. The convict wasn’t acting gravely when it came it obeying the law. 2. taint. [Teynt] Noun

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1 gravely

1. gravely

  • [grayve-lee]

  • adjective

  • Serious and solemn

  • Barack Obama is a gravely man.

  • When it came to school, the failing

    Student suddenly became gravely in class.

  • The convict wasn’t acting gravely when it came it obeying the law.


2 taint

2. taint

  • [Teynt]

  • Noun

  • A trace of something bad or harmful

  • Billy makes sure none of the food at Subway isn’t tainted.

  • The meat had been tainted.

  • I dislike tainted food.


3 tangible

3. tangible

  • [tan-juh-buhl]

  • Adjective

  • Capable of being touched

  • The championship was tangible for the previous winner.

  • The tangible trophy was being passed around by teammates.

  • Just don’t give tangible rewards to employees give out employee of the month awards, too.


4 indolently

4. indolently

  •  [in-dl-uhnt-lee]

  • Adjective

  • causing little or no pain

  • The flu shot was very indolently.

  • Breaking my leg was indolently.

  • I legit felt no pain after indolently breaking my neck.


5 brier

5. brier

  • [brahy-er]

  • noun

  • a prickly plant or shrub

  • I hurt my self by touching the brier.

  • My mom bought a brier at the store.

  • The brier is legit prickly.


6 mystified

6. mystified

  • [mis-tuh-fahy-dah]

  • Verb

  • To involve in mystery

  • Scooby-Doo and Shaggy were mystified at the presence of phantom.

  • I was mystified at the beauty of the stars.

  • The sunset mystified the young couple.


7 receding text

7. Receding (text)

  • [ri-seed]

  • verb

  • to go or move away

  • The man was disappointed with his receding hairline.

  • The memory of friendship soon was receding after the tragic argument.

  • I was receding when my father got a job in Mobile, Alabama.


8 deliberate

8. deliberate

  • [dih-lib-er-it]

  • verb

  • carefully weighed or considered

  • When it came to choose to wear a red or blue shirt, the kid was being deliberate.

  • The judge told the jurors to deliberate over the verdict on the murder trial.

  • The student had to deliberate the decision between going to PITT or PSU.


9 anguish

9. anguish

  • [ang-gwish]

  • noun

  • excruciating or acute distress, suffering, or pain

  • The anguish of the funeral was to much suffering for the child.

  • I was in anguish over my broken leg.

  • My spork will be in great anguish when he finds out he isn’t batman.


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