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abduct(Accent)
2nd
abduct(Part Of Speech)
verb
abduct(Definition)
to kidnap,carry of by force
abduct(Sentence)
Some people with vivid imaginationsfear that hostile aliens will come to Earth to abduct humans.
abduct(Synonyms)
Seize,
snatch
abduct(Antonyms)
no antonyms
ambiguous(Accent)
2nd
ambiguous(Part Of Speech)
adjective
ambiguous(Definition)
not clear,
having two or more possible meaning
ambiguous(Sentence)
The purpose of a test is to determine whether students learned the material, not to confused them with ambiguous questions.
ambiguous(Synonyms)
vague,
uncertain,
unclear,
equivocal
ambiguous(Antonyms)
obvious,
plain,
clear,
unequviocal
balk(Accent)
no accent
balk(Part Of Speech)
verb and noun
balk(Definition)
(v.)to stop short and refuse to go on;to refuse abruptly; to prevent from happening;(n.)(in baseball)an illegal motion made by a pitcher
balk(Sentence)
(v.)My horse balked when i urged it to go up up the steep mountain slope.
(n.)The opposing team scored an additional run becasue of the pither's balk.
balk(Synonyms)
resist,
hesitate,
block
balk(Antonyms)
no antonyms
compact(Accent)
(v.,adj)2nd
(n.,n)1st
compact(Part Of Speech)
Adjective,
Noun and Verb
compact(Definition)
(adj.)close;y and firmly packed togather;(n.)an agreement between parties;a small car
compact(Sentence)
(adj.)Computers are much more compact now than they were a generation ago.(v.)Workers at the town dump asked to compact the trash to save space.
compact(Synonyms)
(adj.)dense,
(v.)compress
compact(Antonyms)
(adj.)oversize,
enomours,
humongous,
bulky
confer(Accent)
2nd
confer(Part Of Speech)
verb
confer(Definition)
to consult, talk over,exchange opinions;to present as a gift,favor,or honor
confer(Sentence)
The committee will confer before taking any action on the proposed new contract.
confer(Synonmys)
deliberate,
award,
bestow
confer(Antonyms)
withdraw,
take away,
Withhold,
deny
earmark
(accent)
1st
earmark
(part of speech)
verb and noun
earmark
(definitions)
v. to set aside for a special purpose; to mark an animal's ear for identification; n. an identifying mark or feature
earmark
(sentence)
Let's earmark the money we received for the new building fund.
earmark
(synonyms)
v. reserve; n. trait, attribute
frigid
(accent)
1st
frigid
(part of speech)
adjective
frigid
(definition)
adj. extremely cold; lacking in warmth or feeling
frigid
(sentence)
Antarctica has a very frigid climate.
frigid
(synonyms)
freezing, unresponsive
frigid
(antonyms)
hot, blamy, torrid, warm, friendly
implement
(accent)
1st
implement
(part of speech)
noun, verb
implement
(definition)
n. an instrument, tool; v. to put into effect
implement
(sentence)
n. The harrow is a farm implement that is used to pulverize and smooth soil.
v. The highway patrol will implement the new speed limit as of July 1 of this year.
implement
(synonyms)
n. device, utensil; v. fulfill, accomplish, achieve, apply, carry out
incalculable
(accent)
2nd
incalculable
(part of speech)
adjective
incalculable
(definition)
too great to be counted; unpredictable, uncertian
incalculable
(sentence)
Concerned scientists worry that global warming may cause incalculable damage to our environment.
incalculable
(synonyms)
countless, measureless
incalculable
(antonyms)
measurable, countable, predictable
indisputable
(accent)
3rd
indisputable
(part of speech)
adjective
indisputable
(definition)
beyond question or argument definitely true
indisputable
(sentence)
With such indisputable evidence, Judge Lee must rule to drop all charges against my client.
indisputable
(synonyms)
irrefutable, undeniable, incontestable,inarguable
indisputable
(antonyms)
questionable, debatable, arguable
indisputable
(sentence)
With such indisputable evidence, Judge Lee must rule to drop all charges against my client.
strapping (accent)
1st
strident (accent)
1st
thrive (accent)
no accent
titanic (accent)
2nd
valiant (accent)
1st
strapping (part of speech)
adjective
strident (part of speech)
adjective
thrive (part of speech)
verb
titanic (part of speech)
adjective
valiant (part of speech)
adjective
strapping (defination)
tall, strong, and healthy
strident (defination)
harsh, shrill; unpleasent sounding
thrive (defination)
to grow vigorously; to grow in wealth and possessions
titanic (defination)
of enormous size, strength, power or scope
valiant (defination)
possessing or acting with bravery or boldness
strapping (sentance)
That strapping young man will make a very good wretler.
strident (sentance)
The group's strident laughter represented harsh ridicule, not cheery.
thrive (sentance)
Angela remains hopeful that her business will thrive in today's Internet culture.
titanic (sentance)
The movie plot explores the titanic struggle between the forces of good and evil.
valiant (sentance)
Sir Galahad was a valiant knight of King Arthur's Round Table.
strapping (synonyms)
sturdy,husky,brawny,athletic,
hefty
strident (synonyms)
piercing,grating
thrive (synonyms)
florish,blossom,proper
titanic (synonyms)
gigantic,huge,mighty,immense
valiant (synonyms)
brave,bold,courageous,gallent,heroic
strapping (antonyms)
weak,frail,fragile,delicate,
punny
strident (antonyms)
mellow,soothing,musical,
honeyed
thrive (antonyms)
wither,die,frade,fail
titanic (antonyms)
tiny,miniature,diminutive,
pint-size
valiant (antonyms)
timid,cowardly,fainthearted,
"chicken"
Intensive (accent)
2nd
Maneuver (accent)
2nd
Sabotage (accent)
1st
Scant (accent)
no accent
Stealthy (accent)
1st
Intensive (part of speech)
Adjective
Maneuver (part of speeches)
Noun
and
Verb
Sabotage (part of speeches)
Noun
and
Verb
Scant (part of speech)
Adjective
Stealthy (part of speech)
Adjective
Intensive (definition)
thorough, deep; showing great effort; concentrated
Maneuver (definition)
a planned movement; a skillful plan; a scheme; to perform or carry out such a planned movement
Scant (definition)
not enough; barely enough; marked by a small or insufficient amount
Stealthy (definition)
done in a way so as not to be seen or observed; sneaky, underhanded
Intensive (sentence)
The flames from the fire were so intensive, it could not be put out for a couple of hours.
Maneuver (sentence)
(n) The robbers used a manuver to help them rob a bank.
(v) Blind people use a guide dog as a manuver to get around.
Sabotage (sentence)
(n) The presidant always has the fear of sabotage.
(v) During the angry mob in New York, people started to sabotage billboards.
Scant (sentence)
The glue supply at school was very scant, so we tried to make it last the entire project.
Stealthy (sentence)
During the night, I crept out of my bed using stealthy steps.
Intensive (synonyms)
thoroughgoing
heightened
exhaustive
Maneuver (synonyms)
move
tactic
guide
manipulate
Sabotage (synonyms)
vandalize
cripple
subvert
destroy
Scant (synonyms)
inadequate
meager
skimpy
bare
Stealthy (synonyms)
sly
furtive
Intensive (antonyms)
relaxed
easygoing
laid-back
Maneuver (antonyms)
no antonyms
Sabotage (antonyms)
no antonyms
Scant (antonyms)
abundant
plentiful
profuse
excessive
Stealthy (antonyms)
open
direct
aboveboard
forthright