English III ; Week 15
|Inauspicious|| Ex: Not favorable ; unlucky|
Sen: Walking under a ladder is inauspicious.
|Indubitably|| Ex: Unquestionable.|
Sen:Jim is undoubtedly/indubitably a homosexual.
|Heterodox|| Ex: Departing from the usual beliefs; unorthodox.|
Sen:And such mission is not done by fire and sword, as so often heterodox missionaries have done.
|Iniquity|| Ex: Wickedness; an unjust or unrighteous act|
Sen:iniquity of thy people, thou last covered all their sin.
|Haughty|| Ex: Departing from the usual beliefs; unorthodox.|
Ex: Sen:The haughty ways she displayed her work turned off her peers.
|Disdainful|| Ex: Proudly aloof scornful; arrogant |
Sen:He regarded their proposal with disdain.
|Misguidance|| Ex: Poor judgement leading to misconduct.|
Sen:misguide others by addition and false interpretation, relying on books that they wrote themselves.
|Demeanor|| Ex: Outward behavior.|
Sen:She gets along much better with toga, who has a gentle demeanor.
|Inscrutable|| Ex: Mysterious; not easily understood.|
Sen:Difficult to know, quite inscrutable people, according to nick from the embassy.
|Repugnance|| Ex: Extreme distaste.|
Sen:we also recognize the moral repugnance that many have with the killing of animals for food.