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Dictionary of Approving and Disapproving Words: Vocabulary Building

 

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"Dictionary of Approving and Disapproving Words: Vocabulary Building"

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[Series Name: 'English Word Power' | Book No: 27]

 

Approving words in English are words that are used to show something (action, state, etc.) that you generally approve of or think good. On the other hand disapproving words in English are words that are used to show something (action, state, etc.) that you generally don’t approve of or think bad. In this book, you will study and learn various common approving and disapproving words, parts of speech they belong to and their meanings.

 

 

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01 -- big-head (noun) (disapproving) -- a person who is immodest or too proud

02 -- big-headed (adjective) (disapproving) -- immodest or too proud, egoistical

03 -- demagogic (adjective) (disapproving) -- seeking to win support of ordinary people by emotion-based arguments

04 -- demagogue (noun) (disapproving) -- a political leader who seeks to win support of ordinary people by emotion-based arguments

05 -- demagogy (noun) (disapproving) -- an action of seeking to win support of ordinary people by emotion-based arguments

06 -- gratuitous (adjective) (disapproving) -- needless, unnecessary or unreasonable

07 -- gratuitously (adverb) (disapproving) -- needlessly, unnecessarily or unreasonably

08 -- greed (noun) (disapproving) -- strong and uncontrolled desire for having too much of something, such as money, power, possession, etc.

09 -- judicious (adjective) (approving) -- showing care or good judgment [synonyms: sensible, prudent]

10 -- judiciously (adverb) (approving) -- in a manner that shows care or good judgment [synonyms: sensibly, prudently]

11 -- naive (adjective) (approving) -- very innocent || (disapproving) -- lacking wisdom, judgment or experience [synonyms: immature, inexperienced]

12 -- naïvely (adv) (approving) -- in an innocent way || (disapproving) -- in a way that lacks wisdom, judgment or experience [synonyms: immaturely]

13 -- pathetic (adjective) (disapproving) -- weak and not successful [synonyms: feeble]

14 -- pinko (noun) (disapproving) -- a communist or socialist

15 -- quisling (noun) (disapproving) -- collaborator or traitor; double agent

16 -- succinct (adjective) (approving) -- expressed in a few words and in a clear way; to the point [synonyms: brief, concise]

17 -- succinctly (adverb) (approving) -- in a few words [synonyms: briefly, concisely]

18 -- succinctness (noun) (approving) -- something that is expressed in a few words and in a clear way [synonyms: briefness, conciseness]

19 -- wholehearted (adjective) (approving) -- showing complete sincerity, commitment or enthusiasm [synonyms: dedicated, zealous]

20 -- wholeheartedly (adverb) (approving) -- in a ways that shows complete sincerity, commitment or enthusiasm [synonyms: dedicatedly]

21 -- wholeheartedness (noun) (approving) -- a state of showing complete sincerity, commitment or enthusiasm [synonyms: dedication, zeal]

22 -- witter (verb) (disapproving) -- to speak about an unimportant matter for a long time

 

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