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Verbal advantage level 3
Terms in this set (50)
To pay, provide money for, cover the cost or expenses of
Silent, not talkative, holding one's tongue, habitually silent and withdrawn
Brief and to the point, free of superfluous words, expressed in a pointed, and polished way.
A blessing, timely and welcome benefit, something beneficial bestowed upon one, something to be thankful for.
The working class, especially the industrial working class, which earns its living by manual labor, the lowest and poorest class of people in society
Varied, composed of parts of different kinds, made up of unrelated or diverse elements, mixed, dissimilar, miscellaneous
A small amount, portion, or share, especially a small or meager amount of money.
Smooth-spoken, speaking in a ready, fluent manner, with natural or offhand ease, talkative in a nonchalant way.
A liking, leaning, strong inclination, decided taste.
Concerned, showing care and attention, especially in a worried, anxious, or fearful way
To limit, restrict, confine, hem in, fix the boundaries or (literally, to draw a line around).
A lack, scarcity, insufficiency, inadequate supply of something needed.
Flattering, attempting to win approval or curry favor, trying to gain acceptance, done to charm or please another.
Greedy, done for payment only, motivated by a selfish desire for money or other reward.
To improvise, to speak or compose with little or no preparation or practice, perform something in an offhand or unpremeditated way.
Learned, scholarly, possessing extensive knowledge acquired chiefly from books.
Severe, serious, characterized by strict self-discipline or severe self- denial, stern in appearance, manner, or practice.
Using few words, briefly and often bluntly expressed.
To make or become better or more tolerable, raise the condition or state of.
To erase, delete, cancel; punch, strike, or wipe out something completely so it appears as though it had never existed.
Careful, cautious, wary, watchful, carefully considering all options before acting or making a judgment.
Still, quiet, tranquil, inactive, at rest or repose.
A weak point, slight fault or flaw, minor failing, especially a (usually forgivable) weakness in a person's character.
Passionate, having or showing great warmth or intensity of feeling, fiery, earnest, impassioned.
To draw out, drag out, extend in time, lengthen, prolong, especially to excess.
Showy, extremely conspicuous, extravagant, flamboyant; specifically, displayed or done in a flashy, vain manner.
A state of uncertainty, perplexity, or doubt.
To blame, condemn, find fault with, criticize harshly, express stern disapproval of.
To criticize or complain unnecessarily, point out petty flaws, raise trivial or frivolous objections.
To absorb, take in; also, to adapt to or become absorbed by a system or culture.
To cancel, take back, take away, remove; also, to render void, annul, repeal.
Recognizable, detectable, perceptible, capable of being recognized by the senses or by the mind.
A disaster, great mishap, catastrophe, violent upheaval.
Self-love, excessive admiration of oneself.
To charge with a crime, accuse of wrongdoing, implicate, present evidence or proof of involvement in a wrongful act.
A mark of shame or disgrace, a moral blemish, a stain on one's character or reputation.
(1) Shortness, briefness.
(2) Brief expression, shortness of speech.
A benefit, incidental gain or reward; specifically, an expected or promised benefit, privilege, or advantage received in addition to one's normal salary or wages.
Poor, needy, penniless, impoverished, down-and-out.
Having exceptional powers of perception, unusually clear-sighted or discerning; specifically, able to see objects or events that others cannot, having extra-sensory perception or the power of divination.
Skillful, clever, dexterous; specifically, showing skill in using one's hands or in using one's brains.
A flat, dull, ordinary remark, a trite statement or hackneyed saying, especially one uttered as if it were original or profound.
(1) Extremely delicate, sensitive or particular, especially in matters of taste or behavior.
(2) Hard to please, extremely picky or demanding, exacting, critical
A bitter, protracted feud or rivalry.
(1) Clear, easy to see or understand, plainly expressed. (2) clear of mind, mentally sound, rational, sane
Conspicuous, noticeable, prominent; sticking or jutting out.
Absolute, unqualified, explicit; without exceptions, conditions, or qualifications.
Incomprehensible, unfathomable, extremely difficult to understand, not open to investigation or analysis.
To interpret, explain the meaning or intention of.
To refer to something indirectly, make a casual reference.
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