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Dumbfounded
(accent)
1st
Extict
(accent)
2nd
Fossil
(accent)
1st
Grit
(accent)
no accent
Inevitable
(accent)
2nd
Dumbfounded
(define)
so amazed that one is unable to speak, bewildered
Extict
(define)
no longer in existence; no longer active; gone out of use
Fossil
(define)
(n) the petrified remains or traces of an animal or plant that lived in the past; an extremely old-fashioned person or thing;
(adj) having qualities that belong to a remote past
Grit
(define)
(n)very fine sand or gravel; courage in the face of hardship or danger;
(v) to grind; to make a grating sound
Inevitable
(define)
(adj) sure to happen, unavoidable
Dumbfounded
(sentence)
When the shocking news finally reached us, we were completely dumbfounded.
Extinct
(sentence)
The extinct volcano no longer treatens the area, but it changed the landscape forever.
Fossil
(sentences)
(n) This fish fossil is a million years old yet is amazingly well preserved.
(adj) Workers discovered fossil remains of an ancient beast.
Grit
(sentences)
(n) Cars stall if grit clogs a fuel line.
(v) It upset me to see Dad get angry and grit his teeth.
Inevitable
(sentence)
Is it inevitable that all comedies have happy endings?
Dumbfounded
(part of speech)
adjective
Extinct
(part of speech)
adjective
Fossil
(part of speeches)
noun,
adjective
Grit
(part of speeches)
noun,
verb
Inevitable
(part of speech)
adjective
Dumbfounded
(synonyms)
speechless,
stunned,
flabbergasted
Extinct
(synonyms)
died out, vanished
Fossil
(synonym)
(n) relic
Grit
(synonyms)
(n) dirt,
mettle
Inevitable
(synonyms)
inescapable,
fated
Dumbfounded
(antonyms)
unsurprised,
expectant
Extinct
(antonyms)
still alive,
surviving,
extant
Fossil
(antonyms)
no antonyms
Grit
(antonyms)
(n)timidity,
cowardice,
faintheartedness
Inevitable
(antonyms)
avoidable,
escapable,
preventable
to triumph over; to succeed; to exist widley, be in generaluse; to get someone to do something by urging
prevail(defind)
prevail(part of speech)
verb
prevail(sentence)
We hope to prevail over all obstacles we may encounter on this project.
prevail(synonyms)
win
rule
reign
over come
conquer
prevail(antonyms)
be defeated
go under
succmb
to tear to peices; split violently apart
rend
rend(part of speech)
verb
rend(sentence)
My dog rended my homework.
rend(synonyms)
cleave
dismember
splinter
tearasunder
rend(antonyms)
no antonyms
to fill again, make good, replace
replenish
replenish(part of speech)
verb
replenish(sentence)
airport crewswork quickly to replinisha plan's supply of food, water, and safty supplies.
replenish(synonyms)
refill
restock
refresh
restore
replenish(antonyms)
empty
draindeplete
sap
to search though, investagate the contents of;activaty search; a collection of odd items
rummage
rummage(part of speech)
verb
and
noun
Rummage(sentence)
My mom rummaged through her purse for her id card.
rummage(synonyms)
delveinto
sift though
poke around
rummage(antonyms)
no antonyms
to save, be thrifty; to be extremly sparing with; to give little attention or effect
skimp(define)
skimp(part of speech)
verb
skimp(sentence)
if skimp on regular meals you may be timpted to snack on too much junk food.
skimp(synonyms)
be stingy
scrimp
cut corners
skimp(antonyms)
be axtravagant
slpurge
lavish
a detective
sleuth(defind)
sleuth(part of speech)
noun
sleuth(sentence)
a skilled sleuth can find hidden cluein unusual places.
sleuth(synonyms)
investigator
gumshoe
sleuth(antonyms)
no antonyms
deliberate and pointless destrucion of public or private property
vandalism(defind)
vandalism(part of speech)
noun
vandalism(sentence)
The city needs to make tougher laws to dicourage vandalism.
vandalism(synonyms)
willfull
destution
malicious
defacement
vandalism(antonyms)
no antonyms
ingrained (Accent)
2nd
ingrained (Part of speech)
adjective
ingrained (Definition)
fixed deeply and firmly;working into the grain or fiber;forming a part of the inmost being
ingrained (Synonyms)
deep-seated,
deep-rooted,
indelible
ingrained (Antonyms)
superficial,
shallow,
skin-deep
ingrained (Sentence)
My habit of biting my lower lip when i`m nervous is so ingrained that I don't notice doing it.
meteoric (Accent)
3rd
meteoric (part Of speech)
adjective
meteoric (Definition)
resembling a meteor in speed;having sudden and tempory brillance similar to a meteor`s
meteoric (Synonyms)
brilliant,
blazing
meteoric (Antonyms)
slow,
sluggish,
gradual
meteoric (Sentence)
The young actor`s meteoric rise to fame was legendary.
parody (Accent)
1st
parody (Part of speech)
noun, adjective
parody (Definition)
(n.) a humorous or ridiculous imitation; (v.)to make fun of something by imitating it
parody (Synonyms)
(n.)satire,
travesty
(v.)lampoon,
burlesque
parody (Antonyms)
no antonyms
parody (Sentence)
(n.) The audience roared with laughter at the hilarious parody.
prevail (Accent)
2nd
prevail (Part of speech)
verb
prevail (Definition)
to triumph over;to succeed;to exist widely,be in general;to get someone to do something by urging
previal (Synonyms)
win,
rule,
reign,
overcome,
conquer
prevail (Antonyms)
be defeated,
go under,
succumb
prevail (Sentence)
We hope to prevail over all obstacles we may encounter on this project.
rend (Accent)
no accent
rend (Part of speech)
verb
rend (Definition)
to tear to pieces;split violently apart (past tence, rent)
rend (Synonmys)
cleave,
dismember,
splinter,
tear asunder
rend (Antonyms)
no antonyms
rend (Sentence)
The abominable tactics of this trial could rend public confidence in the legal system.
Replenish(Accent)
2nd
Replenish(Part Of Speech)
verb
Replenish(Definition)
to fill again,make good,replace
Replenish(Synonyms)
refill,
restock,
refresh,
restore
Replenish(Antonyms)
empty,
drain,
deplete,
sap
Replenish(Sentence)
Airport crews work quickly to replenish a plane's supply of food, water, and safty supplies.
Rummage(Accent)
1st
Rummage(Part of Speech)
verb and noun
Rummage(Definition)
(v.)to search throught, investigate the contents of;(n.)an active search; a collection of odd foods
Rummage(Synonmys)
(v.)delve into,
sift throught,
poke around
Rummage(Antonyms)
no antonyms
Rummage(Sentence)
(v.)It can be an adventure to rummage around our garage for remnants of our childhood.
(n.)She found an old saddle in the rummage.
Skimp(Accent)
no accent
Skimp(Part of speech)
noun
Skimp(Definition)
to save, be thrifty; to be extremely sparing with; to give little attention or effort to
Skimp(Synonyms)
be stingy,
scrimp,
cut cornors
Skimp(Antonyms)
be extravagent,
splurge,
larvish
Skimp(Sentence)
If you skimp on regular meals, you may be tempted to snack on too much junk food.
Sleuth(Accent)
no accent
Sleuth(Part of speech)
noun
Sleuth(Definition)
a detective
Sleuth(Synonmys)
investigator,
gumshoe
Sleuth(Antonyms)
no antonyms
Sleuth(Sentence)
A skilled sleuth can find hidden clues in unusual places.
vandalism(Accent)
1st
vandalism(Part of speech)
noun
vandalism(Definition)
deliberate and pointless destruction of public or private property
vandalism(Synonyms)
willful destruction,
malicious defacement
vandalism(Antonyms)
no antonyms
vandalism(Sentence)
The city needs to creat tougher laws to discourage vandalism.