Vocabulary Week 32 Days 1 and 2.
Definition: (of a state, quality, or emotion) very great or intense Original Sentence: The greatest joke in the world, had profound social changes since last year. Part of Speech: Adjective
Definition: make (suffering, deficiency, or a problem) less severe Original Sentence: The worst illness in the USA, people couldn’t prevent pain, but only alleviate it. Part of Speech: Verb
Definition: remarkably or impressively great in extent, size, or degree. Original Sentence: A complete moron, the girl made the stove consumes a prodigious amount of fuel. Part of Speech: Adjective
Definition: make (an action or process) happen sooner or be accomplished more quickly. Original Sentence: A complete dreamer, Barack Obama promised to expedite economic reforms. Part of Speech: Verb
Definition: Rapidity of motion or action.
Original Sentence: Animals whose celerity can be more than human’s machines. Part of Speech: Noun
Definition: take (a position of power or importance) illegally or by force. Original Sentence: A complete evil, Macbeth usurped the throne. Part of Speech: Verb
Definition: (of an amount) small or meager.
Original Sentence: A complete lazy, she would earn a paltry $10 more each month. Part of Speech: Adjective
Definition: accept and allow (behavior that is considered morally wrong or offensive) to continue. Original Sentence: Very strict, The Institute of Higher Education of Monterrey cannot condone any behavior that involves illicit drugs. Part of Speech: Verb
Definition: of little value or importance.
Original Sentence: The most sad thing in the world, huge fines were imposed for trivial offenses. Part of Speech: Adjective
Definition: very strange or unusual,...
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