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by Hatice Oncel TOEFL VOCAB-5
Adj. moist, wet, humid damp
Adj. bold, courage,brave daring
Adj. shining, sparkling, blinding, bright a dazzling white light dazzling
n. wreckage, ruins, broken pieces Debris from the aircraft was scattered over a large area debris
n. announce, proclaim declare
Adj. flawed, faulty, broken, malfunctioning defective brakes/defective eyesight/a defective gene I think that theory is defective defective
Adj. rebellious, insubordinate The protesters blocking the entrance to the offices remained defiant this morning defiant
n. illusion, dream, fantasy delusion
v. Tear down, destroy, wreck A number of houses were demolished so that the supermarket could be built demolish
Adj. thick, solid, packed dense
v. stop, cease, discontinue The soldiers have been ordered to desist from firing their guns desist
v. decide, agree on; control, shape, govern Your health is determined in part by what you eat. determine
v. invent, plan, figure out He's good at devising language games that you can play with students in class. devise
Adj. unclear, faint, indistinct The lamp gave out a dim light dim
n. noise, clamor, commotion the din of the traffic din
Adj. desperate, grievous, serious He gave a dire warning that an earthquake was imminent dire
v. abandon, leave behind discard
Adj. gloomy, depressing, dreary a dismal expression dismal
v. scatter, distribute, spread When the rain came down the crowds started to disperse disperse
n. argument, quarrel, clash, debate, feud They have been unable to settle/resolve the dispute over working conditions dispute
Adj. discrete, separate, different The two concepts are quite distinct (from each other). distinct
v. reveal, admit, disclose Journalists do not divulge their sources divulge
Adj. stubborn, determined, persistent Her ambition and dogged determination ensured that she rose to the top of her profession dogged
v. Are located in, are scattered around; n. spot dot
n. collapse, defeat In the end, it was the continual drinking that was his downfall downfall
adj. Dull, plain, uninteresting, dreary I feel so drab in this grey uniform drab
n. disadvantage, weakness, flaw One of the drawbacks of living with someone is having to share a bathroom drawback
Adj. dismal, gloomy, bleak, drab She had spent another dreary day in the office dreary
v. wet, soak A sudden thunderstorm had drenched us to the skin drench
Adj. sleepy, tired drowsy
Evening, sunset, twilight dusk
v. live, reside, inhabit She dwelt in remote parts of Asia for many years dwell
n. house, home, residence dwelling
v. decrease, diminish Her hopes of success in the race dwindled last night as the weather became worse. dwindle
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clearing The sunlight was bright in the clearing. a spot in a forest with no trees.
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By Hatice Oncel TOEFL VOCAB-3. n. disaster, catastrophe A series of calamities ruined them - floods, a failed harvest and the death of a son. calamity.
Noun The place where one lives › Ben’s abode is a cabin by a lake.
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This is the story of Wu, a boy who became a great courtier in China because of his wisdom.This wisdom was given to him by the yellow storm dragon.
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I _________ my best friend while I was shopping in town. a. was seeing b. saw c. see d. sees.
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Jane is looking out of the window the gloomy winter afternoon, hidden from a life she does not like.
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