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Strong Verbs . Vocabulary. Affirm . Definition: to validate; confirm Part of Speech: verb Sentence: The art gallery cannot affirm that the Picasso painting is an original. . Bellow. Definition: to shout in a deep voice Part of Speech: verb

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strong verbs

Strong Verbs

Vocabulary

affirm
Affirm
  • Definition: to validate; confirm
  • Part of Speech: verb
  • Sentence: The art gallery

cannot affirm that the

Picasso painting is an

original.

bellow
Bellow
  • Definition: to shout in a deep voice
  • Part of Speech: verb
  • Sentence: The boss bellowed into the phone, giving orders to his employee.
cackle
Cackle
  • Definition: to laugh harshly
  • Part of Speech: verb
  • Sentence: The witch cackled as she devised

a wicked scheme.

coquet
Coquet
  • Definition: to deal with someone playfully rather than seriously; flirt
  • Part of Speech: verb
  • Sentence: The outgoing girl would coquet with the boy she liked to get his attention.
dissertate
Dissertate
  • Definition: to speak or write at length
  • Part of Speech: verb
  • Sentence: The woman

dissertated her views on

why they should build

a new community center.

murmur
Murmur
  • Definition: grumble, complain
  • Part of Speech: verb
  • Sentence: Larry murmured

something about having

to get home.

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Gibe
  • Definition: to utter taunting words
  • Part of Speech: verb
  • Sentence: The player gibed his teammate for messing up during the game.
chide
Chide
  • Definition: to voice disapproval; scold
  • Part of Speech: verb
  • Sentence: The mother chides her daughter for coming in after curfew.
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Urge
  • Definition: to present or to demand earnestly
  • Part of Speech: verb
  • Sentence: The teacher urges her students to listen to the instruction.
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Urge

Chide

Gibe

Murmur

Dissertate

Coquet

Cackle

Bellow

Affirm

  • to laugh harshly
  • to validate; confirm
  • to present or to demand earnestly
  • to voice disapproval; scold
  • to utter taunting words
  • to speak or write at length
  • grumble, complain, mumble
  • to deal with someone playfully; to flirt
  • to shout in a deep voice
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a. Urge

b. Affirm

c. Cackle

d. Chide

e. Gibe

  • to laugh harshly
  • to validate; confirm
  • to present or to demand earnestly
  • to voice disapproval; scold
  • to utter taunting words
  • to speak or write at length
  • grumble, complain, mumble
  • to deal with someone playfully; to flirt
  • to shout in a deep voice

f. Bellow

g. Dissertate

h. Coquet

i. Murmur