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" Curious "
例句 : John is a very curious about Mary’s personal life.

 
 
 
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Support
例句 : They supported him throughout his ordeal.

Urgent
例句 : The matter is urgent and must not be ignored. 

Implement
例句 : Once in office, he failed to implement his campaign promises.

Incursion
例句 : The bandits made brief incursions on the village.

Menacing
例句 : He is acting in a very menacing manner.

Aplomb
例句 : He responded to the question with great aplomb.

Mirth
例句 : He was unable to conceal his mirth.

Shore up
例句 : We need to shore up the roof.

Belligerent
例句 : Don’t speak to me in that belligerent tone.

Eschew
例句 : For a second, it sounded as if he were about to eschew public life forever and retire.

Ebullient
例句 : The award winner was in an ebullient mood at the dinner in her honor.

Miff
例句 : I was miffed at his rude remarks.

Nuance
例句 : I liked the film, but I know I missed some of its nuances.

Daunt
例句 : Don't be daunted by the amount of work still to be done.

Conform
例句 : One has to conform in order to succeed in this company.

Vested
例句 : After three years of employment with the company you will be vested in the pension plan

Evacuate
例句 : The fire caused the school to be evacuated.

Trail
例句 : Jim is trailing in the race for mayor.

Vent
例句 : The heating vent is closed.

Gripe
例句 : Mary always gripes about her husband.

Hardline
例句 : It is a hard-line policy that we do not negotiate with terrorists

Rally
例句 : He rallied his friends to help him.

Curtail
例句 : Curtail

Recover
例句 : The police will be unlikely to recover the stolen watch.

Cite
例句 : He cited the constitution in his defense.

Shudder
例句 : Thinking about the test makes me shudder.

Relent
例句 : Once Jim got to know him he relented and gave permission for the marriage.

Case
例句 : In case of an emergency, the school will contact parents immediately.

Aware
例句 : Jim is aware of the danger.

Injunction
例句 : Jim got an injunction to stop the construction.

Presage
例句 : The incidents may presage war.

Thrash
例句 : The home team thrashed the visitors.

Bounty
例句 : For his crimes there was a bounty for his capture.

Advocate
例句 : Mary is a strong advocate for the death penalty.

Compel
例句 : His disregard of the rules compels us to dismiss him.

Momentum
例句 : The car gained momentum going downhill.

Controversy
例句 : His new tax plan is generating a lot of controversy.

Sabbatical
例句 : Jim is taking a one month sabbatical.

Reboot
例句 : We need to reboot the computer.

Euphoric
例句 : She was euphoric when she received the Oscar.

Surge
例句 : The crowd surged back and forth.

Primary
例句 : Family is the primary goal in his life.

Transmit
例句 : The mother transmitted her red hair to her daughter

Clog
例句 : The drain was clogged with hair.

Indulge
例句 : They went bankrupt because they indulged in unbelievable shopping sprees.

Slur
例句 : Jim is quick to take offense at a slur.

Rogue
例句 : The youngest boys are little rogues.

Saddle
例句 : He has saddled himself with a houseful of ungrateful relatives.

Nitpick
例句 : Mary likes to nitpick everything.

Trend
例句 : Shorter skirts is the new trend in women's apparel.

Bizarre
例句 : Mary is acting very bizarre.

Peril
例句 : They faced the peril of falling rocks.

Sneeze
例句 : The dust caused me to sneeze several times.

Grudge
例句 : Jim is a person that does not forgive and holds grudges over little things

Fatality
例句 : There were 2 fatalities in the car crash on Main St.

Square
例句 : We need to square up the bill.

Pelt
例句 : The wind, rain, and snow pelted against the castle walls.

Mortal
例句 : The hit to the head was a mortal blow.

Parlor
例句 : Mary is at the beauty parlor getting a haircut.

Cue
例句 : Cue him in on the plans for the dance.

Deceptive
例句 : Appearances can be deceptive

Incidental
例句 : There was over $100 in incidental expenses on the business trip.

Plummet
例句 : Overfishing has caused fish populations and catches to plummet.

Hangover
例句 : John is suffering a hangover after last night’s party

Mediator
例句 : The mediator could help them resolve their dispute, or help them break up the business.

Dogfight
例句 : Jim and Phil got into a real dogfight over Mary.

Rummage
例句 : She rummaged in her mind for the forgotten name.

Steer
例句 : I can steer you to the best restaurant in town

Chilly
例句 : She gave him a very chilly reply.

Sidestep
例句 : He sidestepped the issue by changing the subject.

Bellow
例句 : The lion was bellowing with rage.

Blaze
例句 : The bonfire blazed away for hours.

Vocation
例句 : What is your vocation?

Withdraw
例句 : He withdrew his savings from the bank.

Awkward
例句 : I am an awkward dancer.

Bequeath
例句 : She bequeathed her half of the company to her niece.

Seek
例句 : Mary seeks to find the answer to her doubts through religion.

Tyrant
例句 : My boss is a tyrant, I hope he gets fired.

Vile
例句 : Mary is a vile person.

Tease
例句 : Don't tease the dog, he may bite you.

Trigger
例句 : Their small protest triggered a mass demonstration.

Reckon
例句 : He hadn't reckoned with so many obstacles.

Formality
例句 : The interview is just a formality, you've already got the job.

Adroit
例句 : Jim is an adroit debater.

shrill
例句 : Her voice sounds like a shrill saw cutting lumber.

Stun
例句 : The world was stunned by the assassination.

Manage
例句 : I need to manage my investments better.

Creeds
例句 : The whole history of civilization is strewn with creeds.

Fret
例句 : Don't fret about the lost ring, it wasn't very expensive.

Gracious
例句 : Mary is a gracious host.

Vitalize
例句 : We need to play some music to vitalize this party.

Kaleidoscope
例句 : New York is a kaleidoscope of fads and fashions.

Overhaul
例句 : My car was overhauled by an expert mechanic.

Clamp
例句 : There were too many tax loopholes, so the government clamped down.

Clamor
例句 : The clamor of traffic in New York is overwhelming.

Strain
例句 : You are going to strain your back if you try to lift that sofa.

Stow
例句 : He stowed the potatoes in our cellar.

Guest
例句 : Please be my guest at the basketball game.

Grant
例句 : I will grant you permission to marry my daughter.

Keen
例句 : You can tell that Mary has a keen mind.

Flamboyant
例句 : Your parrot has very flamboyant colors.

Astonish
例句 : Her singing astonished me.

Rowdy
例句 : Beer at Soccer games seems to generate rowdy behavior in the crowd.

Ovation
例句 : The audience gave Jim a standing ovation for his performance.

Cunning
例句 : Don’t trust Jim, he is very cunning.

Show-off
例句 : Stop being a showoff.

Stake
例句 : Your comments made me feel like you were driving a stake into my heart.

Benchmark
例句 : The new hotel is a benchmark in opulence and comfort.

Enormous
例句 : Jim was offered an enormous price for his painting.

Steward
例句 : Tony was selected to be the steward of his parent’s investments.

Analyst
例句 : There is an opening for a systems analyst at our company.

A Soft Touch
例句 : John is a "soft touch", let's get the money from him.

Blew Me Away
例句 : Your singing just "blew me away"!

A Steal
例句 : The price they're asking for that house makes it "a steal".

Cut to the Chase
例句 : Can you "cut to the chase", I have a flight to catch!

Drag it Out
例句 : Don't "drag it out", just tell me what you want.

Dream On
例句 : You think you're going to win the lottery? "dream on"

Enough is Enough
例句 : "Enough is enough", I will no longer accept you talking back to me!

Face It / Face Up / Face the Music
例句 : Let's "Face It", we are broke!
John has to "Face Up" to the possibility that he may be fired from his job.
John will have to "Face the Music" for cheating on the exam, he's going to get expelled.

 
     
     
 
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