Antic Definition in Context from 601 Words

Antic definition in real context with illustrations and in short passages from the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam. Learn vocabulary in context with the word, antic, with synonyms and antonyms. /ˈantɪk/ (adj & noun) Antic definition Adjective: bizarre, grotesque, weird, strange, eccentric Noun: adventure, jaunt, prank, exploit, caper Example … Read more

Weird 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 8

Weird 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 8 with authentic examples, synonyms, antonyms, parts of speech, etc. for GRE, IELTS & TOEFL students /wɪəd/ (adj) strange and peculiar, bizarre, atypical, abnormal, unusual, eccentric, quirky, unexpected, unorthodox, odd, unnatural, outlandish, mysterious, unconventional, eerie, creepy If the app continues to load and load, crashes, or displays weird behavior, … Read more

Occult 1100 Words You Need Week 33 Day 1

Occult 1100 Words You Need Occult 1100 Words You Need Week 33 Day 1 with authentic materials and examples, synonyms, antonyms, illustrated flashcards and text-to-speech for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS /ˈɒk.ʌlt/ /-ˈ-/ US /ɑːˈkʌlt/ (adj) related to magical powers, supernatural or magic, mysterious, paranormal, unnatural, unworldly, otherworldly, weird, bizarre, abstruse, obscure, impenetrable, cryptic, arcane In … Read more

Atypical 1100 Words You Need Week 29 Day 4

Atypical 1100 Words You Need Atypical 1100 Words You Need Week 29 Day 4 with authentic materials, illustrated flashcards and text-to-speech for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS /ˌeɪˈtɪp.ɪ.kəl/ (adj) not typical or customary, not ordinary, uncommon, unusual, bizarre, strange, singular, inordinate, different, odd, abnormal, weird, peculiar Children who have atypical patterns of development are a diagnostic … Read more

Absurd 1100 Words You Need Week 24 Day 3

Absurd 1100 Words You Need Absurd 1100 Words You Need /əbˈsɜːd/ (adj) amusingly ridiculous and foolish, ludicrous and irrational, unreasonable, meaningless, silly, bizarre, illogical, pointless, futile Absurdism is a type of philosophy. People who support and argue for absurdism are known as ‘absurdists’. Absurdists think that the human condition is essentially absurd because humans are … Read more

Bizarre 1100 Words You Need Week 24 Day 1

Bizarre 1100 Words You Need Bizarre 1100 Words You Need /bɪˈzɑːʳ/ (adj) extremely unusual and strange, weird, odd, grotesquely odd, incongruous, out of the ordinary, inexplicable, atypical, whimsical A man in his 30s with a previous diagnosis of syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion (SIADH) of unknown etiology and no known prior medical or psychiatric … Read more

Recondite 1100 Words You Need Week 22 Day 3

Recondite 1100 Words You Need Recondite 1100 Words You Need /ˈrek.ən.daɪt/ (adj) not know by many people and difficult to understand, unfamiliar, unknown, mysterious, subtle, understood only by experts, obscure, abstruse, complex, little known, esoteric, hidden, concealed, covert, cryptic This group of narratives has been accorded special attention by Borges scholars, whose expert exegeses are … Read more

Grotesque – English Flashcard for Grotesque for IELTS

Grotesque Grotesque (adj & noun) /grəʊˈtesk/ incongruous and ludicrous with a strange shape – distorted – monstrous – misshapen – bizarre – weird – ridiculous – deformed – outrageous: After the cosmetic surgery, the appearance of his grotesque face was improved tremendously.

Whimsical – English Flashcard for Whimsical for IELTS

Whimsical Whimsical (adj) /ˈwɪm.zɪ.kəl/ slightly unusual in a humorous and amusing way – odd – witty – bizarre – peculiar – fanciful – imaginative – erratic: His whimsical sense of wry humor in the face of life vicissitudes had literally stunned his acquaintances. Antonyms: practical, serious, dependable Noun: whimsicalness Noun: whimsicality Adverb: whimsically