Meaning: The use of more words than are necessary to express an idea. Synonyms: Verbiage, redundancy, repetition, excess. Examples: Hear with my own ears, cash money, free gift, true fact.
Meaning: Showing or suffering from nervousness or a lack of confidence. Synonyms: Fearful, apprehensive, faint-hearted, trembling, quaking, cowering. Examples: He spoke with a timorous voice.
Meaning: A meeting at which all the members of a group or an organization are present. Synonyms: Full, fully constituted, general, complete, entire. Example: A plenary session of the Nigerian Senate.
Meaning: Having or showing ideas that are different and unusual but not practical or likely to succeed. Synonyms:idealistic, unrealistic, unworldly, impracticable. Example: This is a vast and perhaps quixotic project.
A remark that is intended to make someone feel stupid Synonyms: Taunt, sneer, jeer, insult, barb Example: I knew Clara was not my friend when she made a gibe about my weight.
Meaning : Very soft and wet, usually damp. Synonyms: Mushy, pappy, soft, quaggy. Example : The ground was squishy from the rain.
Meaning: Badly made or done. Synonyms: Poor-quality, inferior, second-rate, third-rate, low-grade. Example: We're not paying good money for shoddy goods.
Meaning: Growing in heaps or closely compacted clusters. Synonyms: Accumulate, heap, pile Example: Acervate fungous sporophores.
Meaning: Smelling stale, damp, or stuffy. Synonyms: Stuffy, musty, stale, stagnant, airless. Example: "the fusty odour of decay".
Meaning: Noisy, energetic, and cheerful. Synonyms: Lively, active, animated, exuberant, spirited. Example: The group is full of boisterous young people.