Quiescent GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

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Quiescent GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /kwiˈes.ənt/ (adj) Definition dormant and inactive temporarily, inert, latent, at rest, passive, stagnant, inoperative, sluggish, motionless, idle, quiet, deactivated, immobile Example There’s a lot of conflicting information about whether or not turtles hibernate or go quiescent, and just like the argument about squirrels, it all comes down to the type ofRead

Fallow GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

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Fallow GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈfæl.əʊ/ (adj & noun) Adjective: (agriculture) unseeded or unplanted farm or piece of land, left unseeded after plowing, uncultivated, unused – currently inactive or dormant, idle, sterile, uncreative, infertile, unproductive, barren, inert Noun: land without crops, fallow land Fallow land is land left to rest and regenerate. A field, or severalRead

Lassitude 1100 Words You Need Week 31 Day 3

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Lassitude 1100 Words You Need Lassitude 1100 Words You Need Week 31 Day 3 with authentic materials and examples, synonyms, antonyms, illustrated flashcards and text-to-speech for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS /ˈlæs.ɪ.tjuːd/ (noun) mental or physical tiredness, apathy, lethargy, weariness, exhaustion, fatigue, listlessness, inertia, ennui, inactivity, torpor Autoimmune Fatigue “Persistent tiredness, or lassitude, is common inRead

Indolent – English Flashcard for Indolent with Synonyms

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Indolent Indolent (Adj) /ˈɪn.dəl.ənt/ lazy; showing no real interest or effort, lethargic, sluggish, idle, slothful, apathetic, lax, torpid, languid: He felt too indolent to get out of bed last Friday. Don’t surrender to any sense of indolence. Otherwise, you’ll turn into quite an indolent person. Do you think that indolent people are smarter than ordinary ones? antonym: energetic Fre: indolente Fa: تنبلRead more

Idle – English Flashcard for Idle with Synonyms

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Idle Idle: /ˈaɪ.dļ/ (Adj) 1. not working or being used: Children become too idle to go out for playing due to computer and mobile games. The propagation of idleness in every society is a serious malady which should be overcome by spreading public activities. Frankly speaking, I envy the idle rich who earn easy money and have an easy-peasy lifestyle. Half these factories now stand idle. 2. [before noun] withoutRead