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ENGLISH VOCABULARY BY: NY’LAH EVANS
LAMBASTE attack, usually with words, criticize (someone or something) harshly (Verb) He regularly lambastes the labor party in letters to local newspapers.
IMPASSE N - A situation in which no progress is possible, esp. because of disagreement; a deadlock (Noun) such an agreement should remain a goal, but is not essential for ending the current impasse.
JARGON Slang (Noun) here's my ( not too serious ) guide to internet jargon.
DETER prevent, block (verb) some students report that discussions seem to be at an inappropriate level, thereby deterring them from participating.
TENUOUS Weak, Thin (Adjective) tenuous grasp of where food comes from, for example the belief that ' chips come from london '.
VIGOROUS Energetic, Powerful (Adjective) vigorous climber that grows quickly, with stems that will easily cover a wall up to 20 feet by twelve feet.
AMITY Friendship (Noun) he mentions in his will that he had lived almost 43 years in perfect amity with his wife
GRAVITAS High seriousness (Noun) she had the controlled delivery of a singer, a light airiness combined with a certain gravitas.
EMPHATIC Assertive, Confident (Adjective) emphatic win pushed wolves back into second place in the first division.
VEHEMENT Showing strong feeling, forceful, passionate, or intense (Adjective) vehement denial of any search or signal, there is no doubt that no message has been received.
PREEMINENT Superior, Outstanding, Distinguished, Above the rest. (Adjective) of special importance is our celebration of christmas - a day that has become preeminent on our yearly calendars.
RESURGENCE Rebirth (Noun) in particular, the health branch - which was in danger of collapsing two years ago - is now resurgent
ENGLISH VOCABULARY BY: NY’LAH EVANS. LAMBASTE attack, usually with words, criticize (someone or something) harshly (Verb) He regularly lambastes the labor.
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,
By: Sad’e Whittle English 10 May 1,2011. Verb-attack, usually with words, criticize (someone or something)harshly Lambaste The coach lambasted the team.
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By: Barber and Matthews. Simon, from American Idol, is always lambasting many singers on the show because of that person’s so called “bad” skills. LAMBASTE.
VOCAB POWER POINT. Lambaste – verb – attack usually with words, or criticize harshly. The mother lambasted her child at the baseball game because he didn’t.
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Verb To reprimand or berate harshly; censure; excoriate. On a show called Bad Girls Club, the girls continued to lambaste each other constantly.
B URNETT. C ALDERON. WIW-Vocab. L AMBASTE LAMBASTE-v-attack, usually with words, criticize Amanda, a high school student, was lambasted with wordy violence.
By: David Robinson & Tim Walls. –verb (used with object) 1. to beat or whip severely. 2. to reprimand or berate harshly; censure; excoriate. Her mother.
By Brianna Day & Jenn Tatem.. The boss lambasted him about being late to work for the 4 th time, then threatened to fire him. The boss lambasted him about.
Isabella regularly lambasted celebrities in letters to local newspapers.
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