Subliminal 601 Words You Need to Know

Subliminal 601 Words You Need to Know /ˌsʌbˈlɪm.ɪ.nəl/ (adj) Definition without conscious awareness, hidden, unconscious, subconscious, below the threshold of consciousness, unintentional, concealed – (in advertisement) trying to grab the attention of people and influence them indirectly while the people are not aware of that Example The birth of subliminal advertising as we know it … Read more

Conceal 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 2

Conceal 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 2 Conceal 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 2 /kənˈsiːl/ (verb) to hide something, prevent something from being seen, keep secret, prevent from being known, cover, obscure, block out, mask, cover up, disguise, veil, secrete, camouflage, screen, suppress, hold back Mistakes are also made because of difficulty in concealing or … 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

Covert 1100 Words You Need Week 22 Day 1

Covert 1100 Words You Need Covert 1100 Words You Need /ˈkəʊ.vɜːt/ (adj & noun) Adjective: secret, surreptitious, underground, clandestine, stealthy, hidden, concealed, furtive, veiled, undercover, hush-hush Noun: undergrowth providing cover, shelter or hiding place Born out of the ashes of World War II, the covert action arm of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was created … Read more

Latent 1100 Words You Need Week 18 Day 3

Latent 1100 Words You Need Latent 1100 Words You Need /ˈleɪ.tənt/ (adj) existing and present but hidden and not obvious, dormant, inactive, buried, concealed, embryonic, covert, undeveloped, suppressed, stagnant: The word “herpes” conjures negative stereotypes, but most people are infected with some form of the virus. After a flare-up, the virus usually remains latent until … Read more