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TermDefinition
Malice Malice is a noun meaning the intention or desire to do evil, ill will spite, malevolence, ill will, vindictiveness, vengefulness, revenge, malignity With malice he killed the man
Rapport Rapport is a noun meaning a friendly relationship. affinity, close relationship, understanding, mutual understanding, bond, empathy The rapport between the boy and his dog was undeniable.
Hyperventelate Hyperventilate is a verb meaning breathe at an abnormally rapid rate, so increasing the rate of loss of carbon dioxide; be or become overexcited. dyspnea gasp hyperpnea palpitation The boy hyperventilated on the plane
Commemorate Commemorate is a verb meaning recall and show respect for (someone or something) in a ceremony. celebrate, pay tribute to, pay homage to, honor, salute, toast; remember They commemorated him for graduating collage.
Malnourished Malnourished is an adjective meaning affected by improper nutrition or an insufficient diet. starving bulimic emaciated sickly looking thin without appetite hungry The boy was very hungry and malnourished
Demented Demented is an adjective meaning not able to think clearly or to understand what is real and what is not real. mad, insane, deranged, psychotic, out of one's mind, crazed, lunatic The demented cat tortured all her human slaves.
Notorious Notorious is an adjective meaning well-known or famous especially for something bad. infamous, scandalous; well known, famous, famed, legendary, evil The notorious Harry Frost had escaped again.
Hyperbole Hyperbole is a noun meaning language that describes something as better or worse than it really is. exaggeration, overstatement, embroidery, embellishment, excess, overkill, rhetoric The well known phrase "I could eat a horse" is a hyperbole
Steward Steward is a noun meaning one employed in a large household or estate to manage domestic concerns. flight attendant, cabin attendant; stewardess, air hostess, purser "an air steward" butler Hey steward bring me some food!
Workmanlike Workmanlike is an adjective meaning done with the skill expected of a good worker or performer but usually not in very exciting or impressive way. adroit, artful, bravura, deft, delicate, dexterous, expert Some teachers are very workmanlike.
Created by: Ethan2486