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Ingenue 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam

Ingenue definition and examples in real context from 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam

Ingenue 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam in real context with synonyms, antonyms and illustrations for GRE & SAT candidates and advanced learners of English to practice reading comprehension and expand your vocabulary /ˈǣn.ʒeɪ.nuː/ (noun) Definition a young and innocent woman who is naive, trusting, unsophisticated and inexperienced particularly as playedRead…

Seraphic GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

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Seraphic GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /səˈræf.ɪk/ (adj) Definition angelic and heavenly, innocent and attractive, cute and adorable, blissful, cherubic, serene, innocuous, sweet – holy, spiritual, ethereal, divine, godly, saintly Example On 20 April 1934, the police decided to get him. They’d been tipped off that he was staying at a lakeside hotel in Wisconsin, so theyRead…

Ingenuous GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

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Ingenuous GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ɪnˈdʒen.ju.əs/ (adj) sincere and honest, trusting, artless, innocent, guileless, naive, unaffected, candid, showing childlike simplicity, straightforward, open, frank, gullible, innocuous, unsophisticated, innocent Sincere friendships with ingenuous friends take time to form and deepen. Here are some ways to nurture your friendship: Treat your friend as you would like them to treatRead…

Credulous GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

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Credulous GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈkred.jʊ.ləs/ (adj) easily deceived, easily fooled, too willing to believe everything that is said, naive, unsuspicious, trusting, imprudent, unsuspecting, unsophisticated, uncritical, innocent Young children have a well-deserved reputation for being credulous. From an adult perspective, many of the stories they believe are outrageous—that a machine can shrink a room or cloneRead…

Artless 1100 Words You Need Week 42 Day 3

Artless 1100 words you need to know week 42 day 3 at LELB Society for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS

Artless 1100 Words You Need Week 42 Day 3 Artless 1100 Words You Need Week 42 Day 3 /ˈɑːt.ləs/ (adj) simple and honest, without guile or pretension, ingenuous, naïve, innocent, candid, childlike, guileless, sincere, natural, unsophisticated In David McDuff’s 1993 version we read: ‘The greater the stupidity, the greater the clarity. Stupidity is brief andRead…

Gullible 1100 Words You Need Week 17 Day 4

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Gullible 1100 Words You Need Gullible 1100 Words You Need /ˈgʌl.ə.bļ/ (adj) Gullible definition easily fooled and deceived by others, duped, naive, too willing to believe what other people say, credulous, susceptible, innocent, trusting, accepting: Example One day, in downtown Victoria, I was being treated to the famed English afternoon tea served at the EmpressRead…

Innocuous GRE Vocabulary Flashcard for Innocuous

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Innocuous GRE Vocabulary Flashcard Innocuous GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ɪˈnɒk.ju.əs/ US /-ˈnɑː.kju-/ (adj) completely harmless, inoffensive, innocent, benign, safe, mild, bland: Some mushrooms look innocuous but are in fact poisonous. Fre: inoffensive Fa: معصوم، بی گناهRead more

Pristine – English Flashcard for Pristine for IELTS

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Pristine Pristine /ˈprɪs.tiːn/ US /prɪˈstiːn/ (adj) immaculate and clean, neat and tidy, clean, perfect, new and in good condition, impeccable, faultless, flawless, unspoiled, untouched: Having no access to a pristine bath in the garrison, I had to make do somehow. Antonyms: soiled, developed Noun: pristineness Adverb: pristinelyRead more

English Essay 45: Testing New Products on Animals

Topic: As public safety is of the highest importance, it is often necessary to test new products on animals. I is better for a few animals to suffer than for human life to be placed at risk by untested products. Instructions: Write a report for an educated non-specialist audience for or against the above. Essayist:Read…