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Definition: (adjective) Full of apprehensiveness; timid. Synonyms: trepid, fearful. Usage: The timorous child huddled alone in the corner while the rest of his classmates played in the schoolyard.Discuss Tags: ..

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Definition: (verb) Move unsteadily or with a weaving or rolling motion. Synonyms: waggle. Usage: As John wambled into the kitchen for his morning coffee, his head pounding and stomach reeling, ..

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Definition: (verb) Shake with fast, tremulous movements. Synonyms: quake, quiver. Usage: The encounter with the robber made me palpitate with fear, and hours passed before I stopped shaking.Discuss Tags: ..

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Definition: (noun) A device or control that is very useful for a particular job. Synonyms: appliance, contraption, contrivance, gizmo, widget, convenience. Usage: David has this fancy new gadget that can ..

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Definition: (noun) An irritable petulant feeling. Synonyms: crossness, fretfulness, fussiness, peevishness. Usage: I felt quite amused at his unwarranted choler, and while he stumped indignantly up and down I fell ..

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Definition: (adjective) Without mercy or pity. Synonyms: remorseless, ruthless. Usage: He looked into the pitiless eyes of his enemy and knew then that this would be a fight to the ..

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Definition: (verb) Restore to a previous or better condition. Synonyms: restitute. Usage: This old farmhouse may look ramshackle now, but it will be the epitome of rustic charm once I ..

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Definition: (adjective) Out of breath, as from strenuous exercise. Synonyms: pursy, blown. Usage: After crossing the finish line, the winded runner fell to the ground and lay there panting.Discuss Tags: ..

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Definition: (adjective) Based on sound reasoning or evidence. Synonyms: tenable. Usage: In order to survive as an organization, we must be willing to accept well-founded criticism and make positive changes. ..

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