Definition: (adjective) Experiencing or manifesting ecstatic joy or delight. Synonyms: rapt, rhapsodic. Usage: The audience greeted the speaker with rapturous applause. Discuss Wikirise – Free ..
Definition: (noun) Desk or stand with a slanted top used to hold a text at the proper height for a lecturer. Synonyms: reading desk. Usage: ..
Definition: (noun) A motley assortment of things. Synonyms: farrago, gallimaufry, hodgepodge, melange, mishmash, mingle-mangle, oddments, omnium-gatherum. Usage: The bottom drawer of the teacher's desk contained ..
Definition: (noun) The sport of sitting on the back of a horse while controlling its movements. Synonyms: horseback riding. Usage: Arthur and Jennifer debated the ..
Definition: (adjective) Marked by excessive enthusiasm for and intense devotion to a cause or idea. Synonyms: fanatical, rabid. Usage: The pop star's overzealous fans climbed ..
Definition: (verb) Regret strongly. Synonyms: bewail, deplore, lament. Usage: When he is under the depressing influence of the after-consequences, he bemoans his sufferings and his ..
Definition: (adjective) Using or containing too many words. Synonyms: verbose, wordy, tedious, windy. Usage: To say the politician's speech was long-winded would be to utter ..
Definition: (adjective) Quickly aroused to anger. Synonyms: hot-tempered, hotheaded, irascible, quick-tempered, short-tempered. Usage: Gordon was a man by nature ill-suited to be a schoolmaster: he ..
Definition: (noun) An obsolete firearm with a long barrel. Synonyms: arquebus, hagbut, harquebus. Usage: It is unusual to encounter a hackbut outside of a museum, ..
Definition: (adjective) Short and plump. Synonyms: pudgy, tubby, dumpy. Usage: He went about in fear and trembling of the fat roly-poly puppy who was unafraid ..