Adjective- Healthful; useful or helpful; remedial.
The last medical advice holds that walking and swimming are more _______ exercises than jogging.
Noun- Authorized approval or permission; support or encouragement; something that gives binding force to a law. Verb- To ratify or confirm; to authorize or permit.
The law does not _______ the use of force or intimidation in the electoral process.
Verb- To soak through; to fill completely.
What we need now, said the farmer, is a heavy rain that will _______ the soil for a good six inches.
Adjective- Pleasing to the taste or smell; pleasant morally attractive.
Mother could concoct a most ______ dish out of the simplest ingredients.
Noun- Onee taking the blame for the mistakes and crimes of others.
Demagogues usually find a ___________ in a minority group which becomes the focal point of hatred and abuse turns public attention from the real source of the nation's troubles.
Verb- To mock or jeer at; to make fun of.
It was Eugene's lack of exposure to the arts that led him to _____ at visits to museums.
Adjective- Very honest and conscientious; careful about details; exact.
The IRS expects every taxpayer to keep a __________ record of claimed expenses.
Verb- To look at very carefully; To inspect minutely.
The umpire decided to _________ the ball after observing the strange movements of the pitcher.
Adjective- Pertaining to a group within a larger group that is limited by beliefs or interests; narrow-minded.
New religious denominations developed as a result of ________ differences within the church.
Verb- To hide or keep away from others; to withdraw into seclusion; to confiscate; to segregate.
With no verdict in sight, the judge issued the order to ________ the jury for the night.