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by Hatice Oncel TOEFL VOCAB-11
rate, speed pace
Careful, thorough It took months of painstaking research to write the book painstaking
unimportant, minor The company offered Jeremy a paltry sum which he refused paltry
Chief, top There are many priorities, but reducing the budget deficit is paramount/is of paramount importance. paramount
strange, old, unique, special She has the most peculiar ideas. What a peculiar smell! peculiar
enter, go into, puncture Amazingly, the bullet did not penetrate his brain. penetrate
observe, sense, notice I perceived a note of unhappiness in her voice. perceive
n. danger, hazard, risk I never felt that my life was in peril peril
dangerous, risky, hazardous The country roads are quite perilous perilous
constant, endless, eternal They lived in perpetual fear of being discovered and arrested. perpetual
puzzling, confusing The disease has continued to perplex doctors perplexing
Important, key, crucial a pivotal figure/role/idea pivotal
epidemic, trouble, harass a plague of insects plague
Likely, credible, believable a plausible explanation/excuse plausible
beg, appeal He was on his knees, pleading for mercy/forgiveness plead
luxurious, opulent, elegant He took me out to a really plush restaurant plush
strong, powerful, effective The Berlin Wall was a potent symbol of the Cold War. potent
jump, leap The cat sat in the tree ready to pounce on the ducks below. pounce
accurate, exact The cat sat in the tree ready to pounce on the ducks below. precise
first, opening, leading, foremost He's one of the nation's premier scientists premier
urgent, crucial The most pressing question is what do we do next? pressing
Excuse, justification I called her on the pretext of needing more information pretext
Succeed, win, triumph I am sure that common sense will prevail in the end prevail
Common These diseases are more prevalent among young children prevalent
Investigate The interviewer probed deep into her private life probe
Obtain, secure She's managed somehow to procure his telephone number procure
Important, deep profound
Plentiful, copious profuse
Punctual They've written back already - that was a very prompt reply prompt
Flourish, succeed A lot of microchip manufacturing companies prospered at that time prosper
Careful, sensible It's always prudent to read a contract properly before signing it. prudent
grind, powder, crush pulverized coal/bones pulverize
Bitter, sharp I sat down to a cup of wonderfully pungent Turkish coffee. pungent
chase, follow, seek The car was pursued by helicopters pursue
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