Definition of Flippant in Context in Visual Thesaurus

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 … Read more

Eloquent GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Eloquent GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈel.ə.kwənt/ (adj) expressive and giving a clear message, speaking beautifully and forcefully, lucid, articulate, silver-tongued, moving, meaningful, smooth-spoken, glib, persuasive, significant, fluent, indicative, powerful It’s a line of criticism that has been argued by pundits (David Brooks in the New York Times used the word “vaporous”), by the presumptive GOP nominee … Read more

Cant 1100 Words You Need Week 40 Day 2

Cant 1100 Words You Need Week 40 Day 2 Cant 1100 Words You Need Week 40 Day 2 /kænt/ (noun) glib talk, hypocritical talk, clichéd talk, facile talk, sanctimonious talk, clichés, platitudes, triteness, insincerity, false piety, lip service, commonplaces, sanctimony, insincere talk, pietism, hypocrisy, jargon, special language, rhetoric or vocabulary of a particular group or … Read more

Facile 1100 Words You Need Week 40 Day 1

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 … Read more

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 … Read more