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abominable (accent)
2nd
abominable (part of speech)
adjective
abominable (define)
arousing hatred
disgusting
detestable
abominable (synonyms)
hateful
despicable
loathsome
abominable (antonyms)
praiseworthy
delightful
charming
abominable (sentence)
Unfortunately there are many abominable ideas circulating on the internet.
refurbish (accent)
2nd
refurbish (part of speech)
verb
refurbish (define)
to brighten, freshen, or polish; to restore or improve
refurbish (synonyms)
remodel
renew
spruce up
refurbish (antonyms)
dilapidate
run down
refurbish (sentence)
Every five years, the hotel refurbishes the decor of its elegent lobby.
resourceful (accent)
2nd
resourceful (part of speech)
adjective
resourceful (define)
able to deal promptly and effectively with all sorts of problems; clever in finding ways and means of getting along
resourceful (synonyms)
inventive
ingenious
skillful
resourceful (antonyms)
univentive
incompetent
dull-witted
resourceful (sentence)
A resourceful guide will know how to handle any questions or surprises that come up on the tour.
rigorous (accent)
1st
rigorous (part of speech)
adjective
rigorous (define)
severe, harsh, strict; thoroughly logical
rigorous (synonyms)
tough
trying
challenging
rigorous (antonyms)
easy, indulgent, undemanding
rigorous (sentence)
"Boot camp" is the nickname for the place where new soldiers receive rigorous basic training.
subsequent (accent)
1st
subsequent (part of speech)
adjective
subsequent (define)
coming after; following in time, place,or order
subsequent (synonyms)
following
next
later
subsequent (antonyms)
previous
proir
preceding
subsequent (sentence)
The country enjoyed peace and prosperity in the years subsequent to the war.
unerring (accent)
2nd
unerring (part of speech)
adjective
unerring (define)
making no mistakes, faultless, completely accurate
unerring (synonyms)
sure
certain
unfailing
unerring (antonyms)
faulty
fallible
unreliable
unerring (sentence)
Even a pilot with unerring judgment can be surprised by sudden changes in the weather
nonconformist
(accent)
3rd
nonconformist
(definition)
(n) a person who refuses to follow established ideas or ways of doing things (adj) of or relating
nonconformist
(synonyms)
(n) maverick
individualist
bohemian
nonconformist
(antonyms)
(n,adj) traditionalist conventionalist
(adj) tradiyional conventional
conservative
nonconformist
(sentence)
Jake is a nonconformist who is never swayed by other people's opinions or expectations.
Her nonconformist poetry appears in many small literary magazines.
nonconformist
(part of speech)
noun and adjective
null and void
(accent)
no accent mark
null and void
(definition)
without legal force or effect; no longer binding
null and void
(synonyms)
canceled
invalid
repealed
abolished
null and void
(antonyms)
in effect
blinding
valid
null and void
(part of speech)
adjective
null and void
(sentence)
This contract becomes null and void at noon tomorrow.
panorama
(accent)
3rd
panorama
(part of speech)
noun
panorama
(definition)
a wide, unobstructed view of an area; a complete survey of a subject; a continuously passing or changing scene; a range or spectrum
panorama
(sentence)
Displays of old picture postcards present an entertaining panorama of twentieth-century life.
panorama
(synonyms)
vista
overview
pry
(accent)
no accent mark
pry
(part of speech)
verb
pry
(definition)
to pull loose by force; to look at closely or inquisitively; to be nosy about something
pry
(sentence)
We can use this tool to pry the lid off a can of paint.
pry
(synonyms)
snoop
meddle
refurbish
(accent)
2nd
refurbish
(part of speech)
verb
refurbish
(definition)
to brighten, freshen, or polish; to restore or improve
refurbish
(sentence)
Every five years, the holtel refurbish the decor of its elegant lobby.
refurbish
(synonyms)
remodel
renew
spruce up
refurbigh
(antonyms)
dilapidate
run down
bumbling(accent)
1st
bumbling(parts of speech)
adjective and noun
bumbling(definitions)
Adj-
Blundering or awkward
bumbling(sentence)
The old cartoon character Mr.Magoo was well known for his bumbling.
bumbling(synonyms)
clumsy
stumbling
bumbling(antonyms)
forceful
effective
skillful
adroit
consequence(accent)
1st
consequence(part of speech)
noun
consequence(definition)
result
effect;
importance
consequence(sentence)
Does he truly comprehend the consequences of his actions.
consequence(synonyms)
outcome
significance
consequence(antonyms)
cause
source
delude(accent)
2nd
delude(part of speech)
verb
delude(definition)
to fool
deceive;
to mislead utterly
delude(sentence)
They deluded themselves into beleiving the story.
delude(synonyms)
trick
hoodwink
dole(parts of speech)
verb

noun
dole(definitions)
v-to give out in small amounts
n-money,food, or other necessities gven as charity; a small portion
dole(sentence)
The homeless people lined up to receive their weekly dole at the shelter.
dole(synonyms)
verb - ration,allot,distribute
noun - handout
engulf
(accent)
2nd
engulf
(part of speech)
verb
engulf
(definition)
to swallow up, overwhelm, consume
engulf
(synonyms)
envelope
encompass
immerse
engulf
(antonyms)
(no antonyms)
engulf
(sentence)
After the water balloon hit me, I was engulfed in water.
foil
(accent)
(no accent)
foil
(part of speech)
verb and noun
foil
(definition)
(v) to defeat; to keep from gaining some end
(n) a thin sheet of metal; a light fenced sword; a person or thing serving as a contrast to another
foil
(synonyms)
(v) frustrate, thwart, counter;
(n) rapier
foil
(antonyms)
(v) aid,
abet,
assist,
advance;
promote
foil
(sentence)
We hope that good police work will foil the criminal's plan to rob the National Museum of Art.
formulate
(accent)
1st
formulate
(part of speech)
verb
formulate
(definition)
to express defiantly or systematically; to devise, invent; to state as a formula
formulate
(synonyms)
define,
articulate,
frame,
specify
formulate
(antonyms)
(no antonyms)
formulate
(sentence)
The goverment and police are trying to formulate a safer and healthier enviorment.
initiative
(accent)
2nd
initiative
(part of speech)
noun
initiative
(definition)
the taking of the first step or move; the ability to act without being directed or urged from the outside
initiative
(synonyms)
leadership,
enterprise
initiative
(antonyms)
laziness,
sloth,
shiftlessness
initiative
(sentence)
My teacher thanked me for having the initiative to hand in my homework on time when I normally hand it in late.
memento
(accent)
2nd
memento
(part of speech)
noun
memento
(definition)
something that serves as a reminder
memento
(synonyms)
keepsake,
token,
rememberance,
souvenir
memento
(antonyms)
(no antonyms)
memento
(sentence)
My scrapbook is a memento from my previous years with my friends and family.
bumbling(synonym)
n- clumsiness