to go with; to be connected with (syn. join)
"Will you accompany me to my car? I don't like to walk alone at night."
"a disagreement; a state of disharmony (syn. argument, clash / ant. agreement, amity) "
"The various conflicts around the world must be resolved through peaceful measures."
"in opposite to what was stated or expected (syn. contradictory)"
"Everyone thought the team would win, but contrary to expectations, they lost the championship."
"to tell exactly what something is (syn. explain, describe) " "Abstract concepts like happiness or love are difficult to define, even though people generally know what they mean."
adv 결국, 마침내
"in the end; after a period of time (syn. ultimately) "
"It may be today, or 100 years from now, but eventually we will have to make some difficult choices on this issue."
n 소름, 무서움
gruesome, as suggestive of death
"Edgar Allen Poe wrote a lot of poetry on the macabre, particularly when his wife died."
v 앗아가다, 잃게하다
take away from by death
"As soon as the man breathed his last breath, Death bereaved him of his physical life."
adj 명료하지 않은
not intentionally clear or expressed
"The anonymous caller inexplicitly gave away certain information about a crime."
v 환각에 빠뜨리다
"an apparent perception of something not actually present" "drugs can make you hallucinate and cause a person to see things that really are not there."
n 편집증, 망상증
nervousness, sometimes extreme
"After being scared by my friend, I had paranoia that my friend would do it again."
v 선두에 서다
"any person, contingent, or force that leads an attack, undertaking"
"The founder of the bill spearheaded the vote in Congress."
"a line of verse consisting of five metrical feet"
"Middle English literature was mostly written in iambic pentameter form."
n 고통, 고뇌
"excruciating or acute distress, suffering, or pain"
The torture brought much anguish to the inmates.
adj 괴팍한, 고집스러운
"Directed away from what is right or good; perverted."
"The human sexuality book was written in such a perverse way that many of the students were disgusted by it."
"Of or relating to a style of fiction that emphasizes the grotesque, mysterious, and desolate."
"Edgar Allan Poe was one of the greatest gothic writers of his time."
death or decease
"The villain met his demise when he accidentally electrocuted himself."