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Definition: highly skilled; expert Derivatives: adeptly, adeptness Sentence: Please accept that you are adept at surfing! Part of Speech: adjective Link:

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2 Definition: highly skilled; expert Derivatives: adeptly, adeptness Sentence: Please accept that you are adept at surfing! Part of Speech: adjective Link: accept

3 Definition: to include; contain Derivatives: encompasses, encompassed, encompassing Sentence: My babies were so cute when they decided to encompass each other with a hug to hide the fact that they made a mess. Part of Speech: verb Link:

4 Definition: a person who organizes, manages, and takes the risk of a business undertaking Derivative: entrepreneurs Sentence: It’s not enough that Donald Trump, the entrepreneur, has made millions in real estate, now he has the number one show, “The Apprentice.” Part of Speech: noun Link:

5 Definition: to get rid of altogether; wipe out Derivatives: eradicates, eradicated, eradicating Sentence: To eradicate the evidence of the piece of pie I took from my brother, I quickly ate it before he came back. Part of Speech: verb Link: quickly ate

6 Definition: made up of similar or identical parts; uniform throughout Derivatives: homogeneously, homogeneousness Sentence: Wouldn’t it have been amazing if we had identical geniuses of Albert Einstein? That would have been some homogeneous miracle! Part of Speech: adjective Link: genius

7 Definition: too bold; overly confident Derivatives: presumptuously, presumptuousness Sentence: Some people are presumptuous and think that blindness also means deafness and people talk louder to you just because you are blind. Part of Speech: adjective Link:

8 Definition: indecent; morally low; corrupt Derivatives: sordidly, sordidness Sentence: Some people think the camera phones are sordid because people take pictures without permission and can use them for blackmail purposes. Part of Speech: adjective Link:

9 Definition: to make uniform; cause to conform to a model Derivatives: standardizes, standardized, standardizing Sentence: We decided to standardize the franchise by making all our stores identical down to the last detail. Part of Speech: verb Link: standardize the franchise

10 Definition: a period of work or service Derivative: stints Sentence: The Desert Seals had two months left of their stint of service when this photo was taken. Part of Speech: noun Link: stint of service

11 Definition: strictly controlled or enforced; strict; severe Derivative: stringently Sentence: The drill sergeant had very stringent rules that were followed or else. Part of Speech: adjective Link: drill sergeant


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