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Dictionary of Verbs: Vocabulary Building

 

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"Dictionary of Verbs: Vocabulary Building"

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01 -- abase -- to behave in a way so as to make someone that he/she does seem unimportant [synonyms: belittle, degrade, demean, humiliate, subjugate]

02 -- abate -- to become less strong or widespread; to make something less strong or widespread. [synonyms: decline, subside]

03 -- abhor -- to strongly hate a way of thinking or behaving for moral reasons [synonyms: detest, despise, loathe]

04 -- attain -- (a). to get something after a lot of effort | (b). to reach a particular level, age, condition, etc.

05 -- barter -- to exchange goods, services, etc. for other goods, services, etc. without using money [synonyms: swap]

06 -- beset -- to harmfully or unpleasantly affect sb; to cause pain somebody over a period of time

07 -- broil -- (a). to cook meat or fish by exposure to direct, intense heat on metal bars. | (b). to become or make someone become very hot especially from sun

08 -- burden -- (a). to give sb hardship- or anxiety-causing duty or responsibility. (b). to load heavily

09 -- croak -- (a). to make a rough low sound or speak with a low rough low voice

10 -- crotchety -- easily made angry [synonyms: bad tempered, grumpy, irritable, prickly, touchy]

11 -- denigrate -- to criticize somebody in a way that doesn’t seem to be fair; to mock or humiliate [synonyms: belittle, disparage]

12 -- discompose -- to make somebody feel nervous or worried [synonyms: disconcert]

13 -- dwindle -- to become less or smaller in a slow and steady way [synonyms: decline, diminish]

14 -- earmark -- to allocate, allot or put aside resources, funds, etc. for a particular purpose

15 -- eradicate -- to completely destruct or wipe out something [synonyms: abolish, suppress]

16 -- forage -- (a). (of an animal) to search for food | (b). (of a person) to search for something using hands [synonyms: scavenge, rummage]

17 -- hanker -- to have a strong desire for something [synonyms: yearn, long, crave]

18 -- mystify -- (a). to totally confuse the mind of somebody | (b). to make something difficult to understand [synonyms: bewilder, baffle, confound]

19 -- possess -- (a). to have, hold, acquire or own something or have a particular quality | (b). (of a felling or an emotion) to have a powerful effect on sb

20 -- purchase -- to buy something; to pay for something

21 -- refute (v.) -- (a). to be wrong or prove someone/something to be wrong | (b). to say a statement is not true or fair [synonyms: deny, disprove, contest, contradict]

22 -- reiterate -- to say something once again or again and again for emphasis [synonyms: repeat]

23 -- satiate -- to completely satisfy a desire of somebody [synonyms: quench]

24 -- scurry -- to walk, run or move in a hurried way with small steps [synonyms: scuttle, scamper]

25 -- thwart -- to prevent somebody from completing the task he/she is engaged in [synonyms: foil, spoil, frustrate]

26 -- transgress -- to break the moral or legal standards

27 -- traverse -- to cross or pass through an area of land or water; to navigate

28 -- witter -- to speak about an unimportant matter for a long time

 

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