Beguile Definition in Context from 601 Words

Beguile definition in real context with short passages from the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam. Learn advanced vocabulary in context with images and synonyms with the word, beguile. /bɪˈgaɪl/ (verb) Beguile definition to attract or charm someone with the intention of deceiving them, manipulate, lure, hypnotize, entice, seduce, enchant, … Read more

Amulet GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Definition of Amulet as a GRE Vocabulary Flashcard also found in 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam with illustration and synonyms and in real context and authentic examples for advanced learners of English /ˈæm.jʊ.lət/ (noun) Definition lucky jewelry, ornament or object that is worn to protect you against disease, evil, danger … Read more

Charisma 1100 Words You Need Week 46 Day 4

Charisma 1100 Words You Need Week 46 Day 4 Charisma 1100 Words You Need Week 46 Day 4 /kəˈrɪz.mə/ (noun) natural ability to attract and influence people, compelling attractiveness, charm, magnetism, strength of character, appeal, allure, personality, attractiveness, captivation Charisma is the quality of being able to attract, charm and influence those around you. It … Read more

Fetish 1100 Words You Need Week 24 Day 1

Fetish 1100 Words You Need Fetish 1100 Words You Need /ˈfet.ɪʃ/ (noun) an object that is supposed to have magical powers, magical object, object of obsession, an object that can arouse sexual desire, talisman, charm, idol, mania, craze, fixation A fetish is an object believed to have supernatural powers, or in particular, a human-made object … Read more

Appeal – English Flashcard for Appeal for IELTS

Appeal Appeal (noun & verb) /əˈpiːl/ Noun: an urgent request for something – plea – call – attraction, charm, influence, entreaty, allure, request, temptation, petition, fascination Verb: to ask or plead, request, urge, entice, interest, fascinate, charm The school principal has issued an appeal to the students’ parents for more cooperation. Antonym: repulsion Noun: appealer … Read more