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partition(accent)
2nd
partition(parts of speech)
noun and verb
partition(definition)
(n.)something that devides (such as a wall); the act of dividing something into parts or sections;(v.)to devide or subdivide into parts or shares
partition(synonyms)
(n.)divider, separation
partition(antonyms)
(v.)join, combine, consolidate,merge
partition(sentence)
(n.)A cloth partition on the study gave each of us some privacy. (v.)We can partition the backyard into four separate play areas.
perishible(accent)
1st
perishable(part of speech)
adjective
perishable(definition)
likely to spoil or decay
perishable(synonyms)
short-lived, fleeting
perishable(antonyms)
long-lasting, durable, undying, permanent
perishable(sentence)
You must keep perishable foods chilled or they will spoil.
retrieve(accent)
2nd
retrieve(part of speech)
verb
retrieve(definition)
to find and bring back; get back; to put right make good
partition(accent)
2nd
partition(parts of speech)
noun and verb
partition(definition)
(n.)something that devides (such as a wall); the act of dividing something into parts or sections;(v.)to devide or subdivide into parts or shares
partition(synonyms)
(n.)divider, separation
partition(antonyms)
(v.)join, combine, consolidate,merge
partition(sentence)
(n.)A cloth partition on the study gave each of us some privacy. (v.)We can partition the backyard into four separate play areas.
perishable(accent)
1st
perishable(part of speech)
adjective
perishable(definition)
likely to spoil or decay
perishable(synonyms)
short-lived, fleeting
perishable(antonyms)
long-lasting, durable, undying, permanent
perishable(sentence)
You must keep perishable foods chilled or they will spoil.
retrieve(accent)
2nd
retrieve(part of speech)
verb
retrieve(definition)
to find and bring back; get back; to put right make good
retrieve(synonyms)
recover, regain, fetch, remedy, rectify
retrieve(sentence)
I enjoy playing tennis, but I don't relish having to retrieve the ball every time I hit them over the fence!
sinister(accent)
1st
sinister(part of speech)
adjective
sinister(definition)
appearing evil or dangerous; threatening evil or harm
sinister(synonyms)
frightening, menacing, ominous
sinister(antonyms)
cheering, encouraging, reassuring, benign
sinister(sentence)
A sinister message left on our answering machine made us wonder if we were safe.
taut(part of speech)
adjective
taut(definition)
tightly drawn, tense; neat, in good order
taut(synonyms)
tight, strained, orderly, shipshape
taut(antonyms)
loose, slack, drooping, messy, sloppy
taut(sentence)
A taut chain kept the curious dog away from the swimming pool.