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By: Malik Gailes. Outsider Vocabulary. Editorial. An article in a newspaper or other periodical presenting the opinion of the publisher, editor, or editors The editorial was in the paper this morning. Hesitation. The act of hesitating; a delay due to uncertainty of mind or fear

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editorial
Editorial
  • An article in a newspaper or other periodical presenting the opinion of the publisher, editor, or editors
  • The editorial was in the paper this morning.
hesitation
Hesitation
  • The act of hesitating; a delay due to uncertainty of mind or fear
  • His hesitation cost him the race.
incredulous
Incredulous
  • Not credulous; disinclined or indisposed to believe
  • I do not believe his incredulous statement.
n onchalantly
Nonchalantly
  • Cooly unconcerned, indifferent
  • He nonchalantly diffused the bomb.
rebellious
Rebellious
  • Defying or resisting some established authority
  • Teenagers are rebellious
reputation
Reputation
  • The estimation in which a person or thing is held
  • His reputation was known to be highly praised by the people.
r ivalry
Rivalry
  • Different sides of people who compete for the same object or goal as another, or who tries to equal or outdo the opposing side
  • India and Pakistan have a rivalry for resources.
s ympathetic
Sympathetic
  • Acting or affected by; of the nature of; or pertaining to a special affinity or mutual relationship
  • Her love for him was very sympathetic after the accident.
sarcasm
Sarcasm
  • Harsh or bitter derision or irony
  • His sarcasm was becoming more frequent.
unfathomable
Unfathomable

Unable to penetrate to the truth of; comprehend; understand

His pain and sorrow was very unfathomable to understand.

webliography
Webliography
  • Vinniesblog.com
  • Bennel.Blogspot.com
  • Scienceblogs.com
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