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Monday, March 19

  1. page banter edited ... Defenitions noun 1. an an exchange of ... playful, teasing remarks; good-natured rai…
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    Defenitions
    noun
    1.
    an
    an exchange of
    ...
    playful, teasing remarks; good-natured raillery.
    verb (used with object)
    2.
    to address with banter; chaff.
    verb (used without object)
    3.
    to use banter.
    remarks
    Verb
    1. talk or exchange remarks in a teasing way

    Variations
    banterer
    ...
    Outbanter unbanteriring
    Sentences
    1 I enjoyed watching the banter between the two boys.
    2.
    He happily
    ...
    with his sister
    2 he bantered happily at his math test score
    3 He said the opponent used to much banter when he was knocked in fortnite
    sister.
    Syn chitchat chaff Ant quiet silence
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Tuesday, March 13

  1. page nurture edited nurture Nurture PRONUNCIATION: {nur·ture} Definitions Care for and encourage the growth or …
    nurture
    Nurture
    PRONUNCIATION:
    {nur·ture}
    Definitions
    Care for and encourage the growth or development of.
    The process of caring for and encouraging the growth or development of someone or something.
    Part of Speech:
    Verb or Noun
    Sample Sentences:
    Alexa was nurtured by her parents when she broke her foot.
    The nurture of ideas.
    Variation of the word: nurtured, nuturing
    Synonyms: breeding, care, discipline
    Antonyms: neglect, starvation, deprivation

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  2. page drawback edited drawback Word: Drawback , noun Pronunciation: /dro:bak Definitions: 1.A feature that renders so…
    drawbackWord: Drawback , noun
    Pronunciation: /dro:bak
    Definitions: 1.A feature that renders something less acceptable; a disadvantage or problem.
    2.An amount of excise or import duty remitted on goods exported.
    Synonyms: disadvantage, weak point, handicap, and hindrance.
    Antonyms: advantage, strong point, and benefit.
    Sentences: 1.Ever since I got my computer it has had a drawback on loading time!
    2.When I bought a cool sonic plush from a japanese import website I didn’t know that I would have to pay a drawback fee.

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  3. page trill edited TRILL Pronunciation: tril Definitions 1 a speech sound produced by such a trill 2 the act or s…
    TRILL
    Pronunciation: tril
    Definitions
    1 a speech sound produced by such a trill
    2 the act or sound of trilling
    3 a rapid alternation of two adjacent tones
    4 similar sound or succession of sounds uttered or made by a bird insect or person laughing
    5 to sing or play with a vibratory or quavering effect
    6 to produce (a sound ) with a trill
    7 to sing or utter In a succession of rapidly alternating sounds
    8 to resound vibrantly or with rapid succession of sounds as the voice song or laughter
    9 To execute a shake or trill with the voice or on a musical instrument
    10A sequence of repetitive rapid vibratory movements produced in any free Articular or membrane by a rush of air expelled from the lungs and often causing A corresponding sequence of contacts between the vibrating articulator and another organ or surface
    11 to flow in a thin stream
    12 to cause to flow in a thin stream
    SYNONYMS
    call chirp cackle
    ANTONYMS
    unmusical unvocal dissonant
    VARIATION OF THE WORD
    No variations
    PART OF SPEECH:VERB-NOUN
    Sample sentences
    1 The sound is a trill.
    2 It’s the sound of trilling.
    3 The trill is an annoying sound.
    4 The audience of the comedy show erupted in a trill.
    5 I sang a trill like sound.
    6 The birds woke me up trilling in the morning.
    7 My baby sister can’t talk but she can trill.
    8 There are many famous opera songs that require trilling.
    9 The maraca trilled.
    10 His voice made a trill.
    11 The trill trickled down to the pond.
    12 The rain made trills throughout our yard.

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  4. page dense edited dense Dense Pronunciation: Dens closely compacted in substance. having the constituent parts c…
    denseDense
    Pronunciation: Dens
    closely compacted in substance.
    having the constituent parts crowded closely together.
    stupid; slow-witted; dull.
    intense; extreme:
    Part of speech: Noun, adjective, verb
    1: The chocolate cake I ate was very dense.
    2:We were all dense in the small room.
    3: My friend said the densest thing.
    4: Why was my mom denser than yesterday.
    Synonyms: Heavy, solid, hard, bunch
    Antonyms: Easy, soft, breakable, thin, little
    Related words: denser, densest

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Sunday, March 11

  1. page lament edited lament pronunciation: [luh-ment] Part of speech: verb, noun Definition 1. verb - to feel …

    lament
    pronunciation: [luh-ment]
    Part of speech: verb, noun
    Definition
    1. verb - to feel or express sorrow or regret
    2. noun - an expression of grief or sorrow. especially in verse or song
    Sentences
    1. I lament your absence when you are not at school.
    2. They didn't so much disagree as lament different topics.
    Related forms
    lamenter, lamentation - noun
    lamentingly - adverb
    Synonyms
    bewail, bemoan, deplore, grieve, weep.
    Antonyms
    celebrate, compliment, praise

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  2. page inept edited inept pronunciatin: [in-ept, ih-nept] part of speech: adjective1. without skill or aptitude…

    inept
    pronunciatin: [in-ept, ih-nept]
    part of speech: adjective1. without skill or aptitude for a particular task or assignment; maladroit
    2. inappropriate; unsuitable; out of place.
    3. absurd or foolish:
    Sentences:
    1. She is inept at dealing with people.
    2. The comedian was inept at telling jokes.
    3. He made an inept remark in his speech.
    Variations of the word:
    ineptly, ineptness
    Synonyms
    unskillful,bungling, stupid, pointless, inane.
    Antonyms
    suited, well-matched

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  3. page gallivant edited gallivant Gallivant Pronunciation: [gal-uh-vant] Definition: to wander about, seeking pleasu…
    gallivantGallivant
    Pronunciation: [gal-uh-vant]
    Definition:
    to wander about, seeking pleasure or diversion; gad.
    to go about with members of the opposite sex.
    Part of speech:verb (used without object)
    Sentences:
    1.I was being gallivant with Jamie and Jessie.
    2.I was gallivant at the new Daniel Tiger park.
    Variation from word:gallant
    Synonyms: stray,roam,wander
    Antonyms: stay,behave,keep
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