MISCONCEPTION = A mistaken thought, idea, or notion; a misunderstanding. AMBIDEXTROUS = Able to use both hands with equal facility. AND Unusually skillful. TWO-HANDED.
POTENT = Possessing inner or physical strength; powerful. AND strong physiological or chemical effects OR strong influence: potent arguments EXERT: To put to use or effect;: OR To bring to bear; exercise: exert influence AND To put (oneself) to effort.
Stay tuned as from the 13th of March Just Vocabulary will change gear! Just Vocabulary will Kaizen! ('Kai' means change, 'zen' means good) IMPEDE = to interfere with or slow the progress of (synonym HINDER) DENOUNCE = To condemn openly as being evil or reprehensible. (criticize) To accuse formally
CLING = To hold fast or adhere to something, as by grasping, sticking, embracing, or entwining To remain close; resist separation: To remain emotionally attached; hold on. IMPEL = To urge to action through moral pressure; drive: I was impelled by events to take a stand.
EARNEST = Marked by or showing deep sincerity or seriousness: Serious; determined, truthful, honest. BOHEMIAN = A person with artistic or literary interests who disregards conventional standards of behavior, non conformist, a free spirit. email us at [email protected]
PARAGON = a model of excellence or perfection SCAREMONGER = a person who spreads frightening rumors and stirs up trouble
RAVENOUS means that one is very eager or greedy for food, satisfaction, or gratification One can have a ravenous appetite. Youâre Extremely hungry. One can also be ravenous for power. SUPERFLUOUS = More than is wanted or is sufficient; Being beyond what is required or sufficient. Superfluous things
This is not your normal JV Podcast.It is different, as it is an introduction of the host and an introduction of the plans for 2006. Enjoy
FRENZY = a temporary madness or a violent mental or emotional agitation, intense usually wild and often disorderly compulsive or agitated activity BAMBOOZLE = to deceive by underhanded methods. Cause someone to believe an untruth SYNONYMS = lead by the nose AND deceive.
CURB = Something that checks or restrains: (High interest rates put a curb on spending) To check, restrain, or control as if with a curb. BAFFLE = To frustrate or check, or defeat (a person) as by confusing, perplexing or puzzling.
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Reviewed on 08/27/2007 by rtieder