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The Lion The Fox and The Stag Best Aesop’s Fables + Video

The Lion The Fox and the Stag - Best Aesop's fables with video and vocabulary practice

The Lion The Fox and the Stag is one of the best Aesop’s fables with vocabulary list and video for ESL students. Improve your English vocabulary and enjoy English literature at the same time. Source of short story: Gutenberg Project Video of The Lion The Fox and the Stag Watch this video on YouTube. The…

The Ass and the Wolf – Best Aesop’s Fables with Video

The Ass and the Wolf from Aesop with video and vocabulary practice

The Ass and the Wolf by Aesop with video or podcast and a list of new vocabulary for ESL students. Learn new vocabulary in real context and enjoy English literature. Source of story: Gutenberg Project Video of the Ass and the Wolf Watch this video on YouTube. The Ass and the Wolf An ass was…

Beguile Definition in Context from 601 Words

Beguile definition in real context with synonyms and images

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,…

The Fox and the Crow – English Fairy Tale with Vocabulary Practice

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The Fox and the Crow – An English fairy tale from Aesop’s fables to practice and improve your vocabulary in real context and improve your reading and listening comprehension Source of story: Gutenberg Project at www.gutenberg.org Watch this video on YouTube. The Fox and the Crow A crow having stolen a bit of meat, perched in a…

Wily GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Wily GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Wily GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈwaɪ.li/ (adj) clever and deceitful in getting what you want, crafty in deceiving people, cunning, sly, guileful, devious, shrewd, sneaky, astute, scheming, artful, tricky Compare Dahl’s portrayal of the fox, a noble and sympathetic creature, with another: licking his lips, eyes narrowed and thickly kohled beneath comic, angry eyebrows, often surrounded…

Guile GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Guile GRE Vocabulary flashcard at LELB Society

Guile GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /gaɪl/ (noun) trickery, deceit, chicanery, deviousness, cleverness, treachery, artifice, slyness, cunning, duplicity, astuteness, deceitfulness Other Supreme Court decisions have found nothing unconstitutional about police statements that misrepresent the real focus of the interrogation or distort the amount of incriminating evidence against the accused. Only if such trickery or guile takes place…

Delude 1100 Words You Need Week 22 Day 4

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Delude 1100 Words You Need Delude 1100 Words You Need /dɪˈluːd/ (verb) Watch this video on YouTube. to make someone believe something that is not true, deceive, guile, mislead, cheat, con, fool, trick, dupe, pull the wool over someone’s eyes They’re not necessarily more unhappy because they secretly know the truth. Here’s an example: somebody…

Chicanery GRE Vocabulary Flashcard for Chicanery

Chicanery GRE Vocabulary Flashcard Chicanery GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ʃɪˈkeɪ.nər.i/ US /-nɚ-/ (noun) clever, dishonest talk or behavior which is used to deceive people, deception, trickery, smoke and mirrors, underhandedness: Clearly there is some chicanery going on. Fre: chicanerie Fa: کلاه برداری، فریب

Machiavellian – English Flashcard for Machiavellian

Machiavellian - English Flashcard for Machiavellian - LELB Society

Machiavellian Machiavellian (adj)/ˌmæk.i.əˈvel.i.ən/ Definition using clever trickery to get what you want, esp in politics – cunning – tricky – amoral – unscrupulous – treacherous – deceitful – guileful – devious: Example He has achieved this level of success in business and entrepreneurship only by using Machiavellian plots. Antonyms honest Parts of speech Noun: Machiavellianism