Approbation. (n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise; official approval SYNONYM: sanction. APPRO bation APPRO val. Assuage. (v.) to make easier or milder, relieve SYNONYMS: mitigate, slake, allay. Assuage . A higher wage would assuage my feelings of being gipped.
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(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise; official approval
A higher wage would assuage my feelings of being gipped.
1980s America: “Decade of Decadence”
Protest to keep the Expos before it’s too late!
Def: lack freshness or originality
“If anyone says ‘Hi’ along the way, we will definitely take a break and talk for awhile”.
“Intercede and plead for the freed Swede”.
When fishing, I use a RED LURE, or LURE RED, which is shocking, gruesome, and sensational to the fish.
“My pet dog is easily irritated during lent”
(v.) to rise above or beyond, exceed
SYN: surpass, outstrip
(n.) an overshadowing influence of power; offense, resentment
“Our uncle lacked sincerity tous”.