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Insipid GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Insipid GRE Vocabulary Flashcard for GRE & TOEFL at LELB Society

Insipid GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ɪnˈsɪp.ɪd/ (adj) Definition lacking flavor, taste, interest or energy, vapid, dull, stale, tasteless, bland, flavorless, colorless, banal, tame, uneventful, unappetizing, boring, lifeless, uninteresting, characterless, unimaginative, unexciting Example Still, as journalists, we should hold ourselves to higher standards and fight the urge to uncritically let our own boredom infect our writing. In…

Lethargic – English Flashcard for Lethargic with Synonyms

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Lethargic Lethargic: Adjective /ləˈθɑː.dʒɪk/ lacking in energy; feeling unwilling and unable to do anything, tired, phlegmatic, sluggish, weary, lackluster, languid, indolent, exhausted, lifeless: The obese teenager seems lethargic after eating so much food due to his voracious appetite. Afternoon is the time when everybody tends to be lethargic. Being old doesn’t necessarily mean to be lethargic. You should have stopped being lethargic because being lethargic is a harbinger of failure. She…

Vapid 1100 Words You Need Week 40 Day 3

Vapid 1100 words you need to know week 40 day 3 at LELB Society for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS

Vapid 1100 Words You Need Week 40 Day 3 Vapid 1100 Words You Need Week 40 Day 3 /ˈvæp.ɪd/ (adj) lacking imagination or intelligence, stupid, unchallenging, uninspiring, unstimulating, colorless, uninteresting, uneventful, boring, dull, flat, tedious, unexciting, unimaginative, lifeless, trite, lacking favor or taste, tasteless, insipid, tame, favorless, bland The results are bleak. In the American…

Inanimate 1100 Words You Need Week 24 Day 1

Inanimate 1100 words you need to know week 24 day 1 at LELB Society for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS

Inanimate 1100 Words You Need Inanimate 1100 Words You Need /ɪˈnæn.ɪ.mət/ (adj) not having any sort of life, lifeless, dead or inert, not living, nonliving, inorganic, deceased, extinct, inactive, apathetic, lethargic, spiritless Have you ever noticed how various objects and constructions look as if they’ve got faces – they are smiling, being angry or amazed.…

Lackluster 1100 Words You Need Week 3 Day 1

Lackluster 1100 Words You Need Week 3 Day 1

Lackluster 1100 Words You Need Lackluster 1100 Words You Need /ˈlækˌlʌs.təʳ/ (adj) lacking enough energy and effort, lacking excitement and enthusiasm, dull, lethargic, lifeless, dreary, unexciting, uneventful, uninspiring, tame, bland, undistinguished, flat, leaden: Due to Mr. Richardson’s lackluster presentation, some participants in the conference hall were literally sleeping. antonym: brilliant, exciting Fre: terne Fa: بدون…

Inert – English Flashcard for Inert with Synonyms

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Inert Inert: Adjective /ɪˈnɜːt/ not moving or not able to move, lifeless, static, sluggish or unmotivated, idle, lethargic, phlegmatic: She was so inert after her work that she does every day as a matter of routine. Inertia and inertness prevent me from reading the book. How inert I am! Although I am so inert, I will have finished my task in 5 days. The inert figure…

Slothful – English Flashcard for Slothful with Synonyms

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Slothful Slothful /ˈsləʊθ.fəl/ (adj) disliking any form of physical exertion, lazy, indolent, lethargic, phlegmatic, lifeless, slow, idle, sluggish, inactive, apathetic, languid: She wakes up her slothful son to walk. Slothful people usually tend to pick sedentary jobs. A well-earned rest is a sheer pleasure that cannot be witnessed by slothful people.

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