Etymology List #7. Abhor. VERB ( ab HOR) (abhorrence – noun ; abhorrent – adj.) to hate very much; to detest utterly 14400-1450, Late Middle English.
Most students abhor taking the ACT and SAT. They’re high pressure tests with so much riding on the scores, that it stresses students out. Students also take so many tests that they just get sick of testing.
Many people find higher level mathematics abstruse. However, the same can be said for any higher level discipline such as advanced English or Chemistry.
For most students at OLHS, high school is the antecedent before going to college.
Utilizing the web cache allows you to temporarily store web documents and decreases lag time while surfing the internet. Cache also refers to any hiding place or what is being hidden, like a squirrel’s cache of acorns.
The article below discusses how some people have trouble with how young Mark Zuckerberg is; some people view him as callow rather than as an innovator.
Popular vacation destinations in the fall include state parks and cabins; the allure is that people can find their own cloister to get away from the bustle of city life.
The image above shows a religious cloister.
In countries where governments are weak or unsettled, there will be the threat of a coup. The article below discusses a failed coup in the Ivory Coast.
If you rack up a lot of credit card or student loan debt while in college, you will end up owing a creditor.
Eric Clapton is considered by many to be one of the greatest guitar players to have lived. He plays with notably deft fingers, reaching cords and creating riffs that some guitarists can only dream of.
This chair may be the most innovative office chair to date. It’s aptly named the “Embody” for its ability to bend, breathe, and conform to the human body. It sells for $1,400.
Adrian Peterson is the embodiment of the physically fit athlete; he eludes tackles for the Vikings.
The article below discusses how retail stores will try to It’s aptly named the “entice shoppers this holiday season (and every holiday season, really) through sales and reward programs.
Many people felt that It’s aptly named the “Lebron James forsook the Cleveland Cavaliers to join the Miami Heat. In hindsight, it was a good decision since he has won two titles with them, but fans didn’t like the idea that he would so easily forsake Cleveland and their loyalty to him.
The show It’s aptly named the “Hoarders chronicles the destroyed lives of people who hoard objects to their own detriment, often making their own homes unliveable.
The article below discusses It’s aptly named the “ the concerns of farmers because of the effects of bills languishing due to Congress’s inability to pass them.
(lethargic – adj.)
Not getting enough sleep for too many nights in a row causes lethargy. I hate feeling lethargic when I have a lot to do.
Children must be taught to masticate their food well so they don’t choke.
Misanthropy is not a common word; however, because it is the opposite of philanthropy, which is common, it’s important that you know the prefix mis means “to hate” and the root anthro means “man.”
The following is line from, Le Misanthrope (1666), a French satire:
“My hate is general, I detest all men; Some because they are wicked and do evil, Others because they tolerate the wicked, Refusing them the active vigorous scorn Which vice should stimulate in virtuous minds”
If you travel to Third World countries it’s important to avoid swimming in rivers adjacent to large cities. Many of them are noisome and filled with pollution. Rivers are especially noisomeafter natural disasters because they fill with debris and other kinds of waste.
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People around the world have committed to seeing Joseph avoid swimming in rivers adjacent to large cities. Many of them are Konyousted from Uganda. Much of the awareness of his atrocities can be attributed to the Kony video that went viral onYoutube. In general, the context in which it is used is for people in power.
Philanthropy avoid swimming in rivers adjacent to large cities. Many of them are
When it comes to avoid swimming in rivers adjacent to large cities. Many of them are philanthropy, many people consider Bill Gates more philanthropic than the late Steve Jobs. For example, Gates stepped down as CEO of Microsoft so he could focus on the Bill and Melissa Gates Foundation, which works to end global poverty.
Pillage avoid swimming in rivers adjacent to large cities. Many of them are
The hungry teenagers avoid swimming in rivers adjacent to large cities. Many of them are pillaged the refrigerator for fresh food and cold drinks.
The above avoid swimming in rivers adjacent to large cities. Many of them are article discusses the plight of disabled people and the United Nations’ position on U.S. Senate Republicans who blocked ratification of a treaty to help them.
If you look closely, some professional athletes have interesting quirks. For example, Lebron James chews his fingernails, and Michael Jordan used to stick his tongue out while playing.
My interesting children used to love the Curious George books.
I’m not sure I would have shown them this version, though.
Some interesting people feel vertigo during and after a roller-coaster ride. For a small percentage of people, vertigo is a serious illness that requires treatment.