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Addle 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam

Addle 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam with synonyms, antonyms, parts of speech and illustrations for SAT & GRE candidates and in real authentic context to practice reading comprehension as well

/ˈæd.ļ/ (verb)


to confuse something in a way they could not think clearly anymore, perplex, bewilder, baffle, mix up, distract, divert, befuddle, disturb

to make something spoiled an rotten, to rot


Feeling tired and addled, hard to concentrate, or just simply sleepy when it comes to studying? You’re definitely not alone.

​We all have had those days where our brains feel numb, addled and drained, only to remember that we still have more studying to do. Joy.

So here are 14 tried-and-tested, practical yet sustainable ways on how to focus when studying, no matter how tired you feel.

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Parts of speech

Adjective: addled

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