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Words in the wild
Because the child was being disobedient, her mother lambasted her for the bad report card. Lambaste verb -Attack, usually with words, criticize(some one or something) harshly.
Although he told the truth, he was still impasse of the situation that took place in the event that was taken. Impasse Noun A situation in which no progress is possible, esp. because of disagreement; A deadlock.
These are the words we, students use now, and that’s the reason for our bad grammar Jargon Noun- Slang
If people will follow the safety rules, there would be fewer car accidents. Deter-verb Prevent, block
My friend who is not religious gave a very tenuous argument against Jesus. Tenuous- adjective Weak,, thin
He was vigorously kissed, by his wife because she is in love with him. Vigorous -adjective - Energetic, powerful
In the play we did in school, the guy did an gravitas job playing the role of an adult guy. Gravitas -noun - High seriousness
As the famous basketball player Paul Pierce made a emphatic touch down, the crowd went wild. Emphatic -Adjective -Assertive, confident.
Because her students were being disrespectful, she started to vehement them. -Vehement -Adjective -Showing strong feeling; forceful, passionate, or intense
At the auditions, Hannah stood out the most because of her preeminent voice. -Preeminent -Adjective -Superior, -outstanding distinguished - Above the rest.
Lil Wayne album has once again been rebirth. -Resurgence -Noun - Rebirth