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The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail with Podcast from Aesop

The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail from Aesop's fables to learn English vocabulary in real context

The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail is one of the most popular Aesop’s fables with podcast to enjoy learning English and expand your vocabulary in real context. Source of story: Gutenberg Project at www.gutenberg.org Video of The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail Watch this video on YouTube. The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail…

Chic Meaning in Real Context with Images

Chic meaning in context with images and synonyms

Chic meaning in real context with images used in short authentic sentences to practice reading and vocabulary enrichment at the same time. Learn the French word, chic, from the book, Vocabulary for the College-bound Student. /ʃiːk/ (adj & noun) Chic meaning Adjective: fashionable and stylish, elegant, à la mode, well-groomed, attractive, in vogue Noun: fashion,…

Svelte – 601 Words You Need to Know

601 Words You Need to Know - Svelte - LELB Society

Svelte – 601 Words You Need to Know /svelt/ (adj) Definition (of a person) slender and slim, elegant, attractively thin, lissome, graceful, lithe, stylish Example If you want to get slim and svelte fast and easily, stop counting calories and being on fad diets. Counting calories doesn’t guarantee weight loss, and fad diets only give…

Adonis 601 Words You Need to Know

Definition of Adonis in Greek mythology from 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam

Adonis 601 Words You Need to Know /əˈdəʊ.nɪs/ (noun) Definition a young man who is exceptionally handsome and beautiful – (Greek mythology) a very attractive and handsome young man who was loved by Aphrodite and Persephone – a red and yellow flower Example Adonis, in Greek mythology was youth of remarkable beauty, the favorite of…

Winsome GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Winsome GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Winsome GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈwɪn.səm/ (adj) Definition attractive and pleasing because of being so simple and innocent, delightful, charming, sweet, dulcet, lovely, engaging, appealing, winning Example This will give you something to smile about. A 2013 study revealed that, when shown identical faces that only differed in their facial expression, people preferred the faces with…

Seraphic GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Seraphic GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Seraphic GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /səˈræf.ɪk/ (adj) Definition angelic and heavenly, innocent and attractive, cute and adorable, blissful, cherubic, serene, innocuous, sweet – holy, spiritual, ethereal, divine, godly, saintly Example On 20 April 1934, the police decided to get him. They’d been tipped off that he was staying at a lakeside hotel in Wisconsin, so they…

Attract 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 30

attract LELB Society

Attract 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 30 /əˈtrækt/ (verb) to draw or pull someone or something or their attention to or toward yourself, draw near, magnetize, entice, induce, interest, captivate, seduce, bring together, lure, fascinate, enchant, charm Moths use lights to navigate at night, so they’re drawn by bright lights and are famous for it.…

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