Wednesday, 8 June 2016

Inspiring One Another On Some English Words And Their Meanings- Part 2

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A wise man once said ''the moment you stopped learning, you start dying''. We live in a world that is constantly evolving and it will be sad if we do not adapt to this ever evolving world.

There are times you may be out with friends or colleagues or family members and a word of two is said and you have no clue as to the meaning of what was said. Many say, rather than embarrass yourself, why don't you find out the meaning of those words in your closet?

Besides it will be great for us to inspire ourselves on some English words with their meanings so that we can be able to inspire and educate others with the meaning of these words.

Please find part 1 here>>> 

Let's get started shall we?

P.S- The meaning of these words were obtained from 

Comely-pleasing in appearance; attractive; fair.

Conflate- to fuse into one entity; merge.

Consolidate- to bring together (separate parts) into a single or unified whole; unite; combine

Docile- easily managed or handled.
2) readily trained or taught.

Dulcet- pleasant to the ear; melodious.

Uncouth- awkward, clumsy, or unmannerly.

Unruly- not submissive or conforming to rule; ungovernable; turbulent; intractable; refractory; lawless.

Eloquence- the practice or art of using language with fluency and aptness.

Erroneous- containing error; mistaken; incorrect; wrong.

Sentiment- an attitude toward something; regard; opinion.

Sempiternal- everlasting; eternal.



Sycophants- a self-seeking, servile flatterer; fawning parasite.

Repulsive- causing repugnance or aversion.

Repugnant- distasteful, objectionable, or offensive.

Rejuvenate- to make young again; restore to youthful vigor, appearance, etc.

Ripple- (of a liquid surface) to form small waves or undulations, as water agitated by a breeze.

Wanton- deliberate and without motive or provocation; uncalled-for; headstrong; willful.

Unison- coincidence in pitch of two or more musical tones, voices, etc.
2) the performance of musical parts at the same pitch or at the octave.

Octave- a tone on the eighth degree from a given tone.

Opulent- characterized by or exhibiting opulence.

Opulence- wealth, riches, or affluence.

Tentative- of the nature of or made or done as a trial, experiment, or attempt; experimental.

Oblivious- unmindful; unconscious; unaware (usually followed by of or to).

Coerce- to compel by force, intimidation, or authority, especially without regard for individual desire or volition.

Effluent- something that flows out or forth; outflow.

...To Be Continued

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3 comments :

  1. see big big grammar­čś»

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  2. English is not easy

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