Impish /ˈɪmpɪʃ/ adjective

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Meaning: Mischievous, inclined to do slightly naughty things for fun. Synonyms: Mischievous, naughty, rascally, prankish. Example: He approached her with an impish grin on his  face.  

Impish /ˈɪmpɪʃ/ adjective2020-01-17T11:31:27+01:00

Amicable /ˈamɪkəb(ə)l/ adjective

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Meaning: Having a spirit of friendliness; without arguments or serious disagreement. Synonyms: Friendly, cordial, courteous, polite. Example: An amicable agreement between the two firms.

Amicable /ˈamɪkəb(ə)l/ adjective2020-01-16T11:22:41+01:00

Amicable /ˈamɪkəb(ə)l/ adjective

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Meaning: Having a spirit of friendliness; without arguments or serious disagreement. Synonyms: Friendly, cordial, courteous, polite. Example: An amicable agreement between the two firms.

Amicable /ˈamɪkəb(ə)l/ adjective2020-01-16T10:42:57+01:00

Incessant /ɪnˈsɛs(ə)nt/ adjective

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Meaning: (of something regarded as unpleasant) continuing without pause or interruption. Synonyms: Ceaseless, constant, continual, endless Example: The incessant noise kept him awake.

Incessant /ɪnˈsɛs(ə)nt/ adjective2020-01-15T16:43:02+01:00

Ardent /ˈɑːd(ə)nt/ adjective

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Meaning: Very enthusiastic or passionate. Synonyms: Passionate, avid, vehement, fervent Example: He is an ardent sports fan

Ardent /ˈɑːd(ə)nt/ adjective2020-01-14T15:42:19+01:00

Servile /ˈsəːvʌɪl/ adjective

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Meaning: Having or showing an excessive willingness to serve or please others. Synonyms: Obsequious, sycophantic, subservient, self-abasing Example: She wrote a servile letter to her upset neighbor.

Servile /ˈsəːvʌɪl/ adjective2020-01-10T10:45:51+01:00

Phalanx /ˈfalaŋks/ noun

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Meaning: A group of people or things of a similar type forming a compact body or brought together for a common purpose. Synonyms: Army, horde, throng, body Example: A phalanx of lawyers took charge of the case.  

Phalanx /ˈfalaŋks/ noun2020-01-09T12:29:11+01:00

Awe /ɔː/ noun

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Meaning: A feeling of reverential respect mixed with fear or wonder Synonyms: wonder, admiration, reverence, respect Example: We gazed in awe at the small mountain of diamonds

Awe /ɔː/ noun2020-01-08T17:19:03+01:00

Discern /dɪˈsəːn/ verb

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Meaning: To see, recognize, or understand something that is not clear Synonym: detect, recognize, notice Example: It is difficult to discern a figure in a dark room.

Discern /dɪˈsəːn/ verb2020-01-07T17:28:47+01:00