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Urgent 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 12

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Urgent 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 12 /ˈɜː.dʒənt/ (adj) necessary to deal with immediately, essential, imperative, intense, grave, vital, needing immediate attention, pressing, exigent, acute, serious, critical, crucial, burning, compelling – earnest – persuasive, insistent, demanding, pleading, importunate Should the cut on your finger or the pain in your chest send you to the emergency…

Excruciating 1100 Words You Need Week 8 Day 4

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Excruciating 1100 Words You Need Excruciating 1100 Words You Need /ɪkˈskruː.ʃi.eɪ.tɪŋ/ (adj) Excruciating definition 1. extremely painful, agonizing, unbearable, awful, piercing, tormenting, racking, sharp, acute, severe, intense: Example an excruciating pain in the lower back 2. extremely boring or embarrassing, irritating, toe-curling, tedious, infuriating: excruciating boredom His confession, when it came, was excruciating. Antonyms enthralling,…

Keen GRE Vocabulary Flashcard for Keen

Keen GRE Vocabulary Flashcard Keen GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /kiːn/ (adj) very interested, eager or wanting (to do) something very much, fanatical, willing, desirous, dedicated, devoted, acute, canny, quick, enthusiastic, zealous, sharp, intense, deep, profound, ardent, sharp-edged, sensitive: They were very keen to start work as soon as possible. a keen north wind a keen sense…

Harsh – English Flashcard for Harsh for IELTS

Harsh English Flashcard for Harsh LELB Society

Harsh Harsh (adj) /hɑːʃ/ US /hɑːrʃ/ difficult to tolerate or endure, severe, intense, austere, unpleasant and unkind, unsympathetic and critical, inhospitable She’s so squeamish. So, she cannot stand any harsh criticism. harsh voice / chemicals / punishment Antonyms: mild, gentle, kind, pleasant Noun: harshness Adverb: harshly

Fierce – English Flashcard for Fierce for IELTS

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Fierce Fierce (adj) /fɪəs/ US /fɪrs/ aggressive and angry, violent, brutal, severe, ferocious, intense, profound There’s such a fierce competition among the numerous job applicants. Antonym: gentle Noun: fierceness Adverb: fiercely

Profound – English Flashcard on Profound for IELTS

Profound - English Flashcard for Profound - LELB Society

Profound Profound (adj) /prəˈfaʊnd/ showing a great perception and understanding of important issues – deep and thoughtful – perceptive – reflective – insightful – intense – acute: Solving this difficult math problem requires a profound understanding of complicated equations.