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Japery Definition in context from 601 Words

Japery definition in real context with images and synonyms

Japery definition in context with synonyms and images from the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam. Improve your advanced vocabulary in context with the word, japery, and listen to any selected text at the same time. /dʒeɪp ri/ (noun) Japery definition a practical joke or prank, joking, jest, an act…

Definition of Flippant in Context in Visual Thesaurus

Definition of Flippant in visual thesaurus in real context and authentic examples at LELB Society

Definition of Flippant and flippancy in visual thesaurus together with synonyms and antonyms with real examples to enrich your academic vocabulary /ˈflɪp.ənt/ (adj) Definition not taking an important issue seriously in order to look humorous or amusing, showing a lack of seriousness, frivolous, tongue in cheek, jockey, disrespectful, facetious, glib, not showing proper and expected…

Sportive GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Sportive GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Sportive GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /’spȯr-tiv/ (adj) lighthearted, playful, frisky, frolicsome, jocular, joking, humorous, vivacious, funny, fond of sport Why does coffee put you in a good and sometimes sportive mood? Two reasons: Scientists have known for many years that coffee stimulates the release of the neurotransmitter dopamine. Dopamine produces the euphoria and pleasant feelings that…

Jocular GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Jocular GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Jocular GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈdʒɒk.jʊ.ləʳ/ (adj) amusing and humorous, fond of joking, witty, playful, jokey, comical, frivolous, hilarious, jovial, funny, joking, comic, flippant, facetious, lighthearted, cheerful, jocose In our hectic, modern lives, many of us focus so heavily on work and family commitments that we never seem to have time for pure fun and socialize…

Whimsical – English Flashcard for Whimsical for IELTS

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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

Glib 1100 Words You Need Week 38 Day 1

Glib 1100 Words You Need Week 38 Day 1 Glib 1100 Words You Need Week 38 Day 1 /glɪb/ (adj) speaking fluently and smoothly but not sincerely, fluent but insincere, slick, smooth-talking, fast-talking, facile, shallow, superficial, flippant, persuasive, convincing As a columnist (which is fancy for “journalist in jammies”), I ought to personify the conventional…

Facile 1100 Words You Need Week 40 Day 1

Facile 1100 words you need to know week 40 day 1 at LELB Society for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS

Facile 1100 Words You Need Week 40 Day 1 Facile 1100 Words You Need Week 40 Day 1 /ˈfæs.aɪl/ (adj) requiring little effort and easy to do, ignoring the complexities of an issue, fluent but insincere and superficial, glib, rhetorical, simplistic, facetious, flippant, trite, casual, slick, cursory, shallow, naïve, oversimplified, effortless, trouble-free In the referendum…

Tongue In Cheek 1100 Words You Need Week 20 Day 3

Tongue in cheek 1100 words you need to know week 20 day 3 with flashcards at LELB Society for IELTS, TOEFL

Tongue In Cheek 1100 Words Tongue In Cheek 1100 Words (adj, adv & idiom) if you say something tongue in cheek, you don’t take it seriously and consider it to be funny, be joking about something, amusing and hilarious, witty and comic, jokey, droll, in jest, insincere The teacher had his tongue in his cheek…

Facetious – English Flashcard for Facetious for IELTS

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Facetious Facetious (adj) /fəˈsiː.ʃəs/ intended to be funny and humorous but in an awkward and inappropriate way – whimsical – flippant – silly – foolish – inane – frivolous – lighthearted – witty – amusing – comical: This must be just a facetious remark. He cannot be really serious about dropping out of college.

Jocose 1100 Words You Need Week 30 Day 2

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Jocose 1100 Words You Need Jocose 1100 Words You Need Week 30 Day 2 with authentic materials, synonyms, antonyms, illustrated flashcards for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS /dʒəˈkəʊs/ (adj) playful and amusing, funny, witty, fond of joking, humorous, hilarious, with a playful and joking disposition But suppose I had carried the pretense on for some time.…

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