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Learn English with 100+ Best Aesop’s Fables + Videos

Learn English with 100+ Best Aesop's Fables with Videos for ESL Students

If you are an ESL learner and like to learn English with best Aesop’s fables, then this article has been written for you. For ESL students, navigating the complexities of the English language can feel like venturing into a new world. Aesop’s Fables, those timeless tales passed down through generations, offer a surprisingly effective and…

Squalid Definition in Context with Images

Squalid definition in context with images and synonyms

Squalid definition in context with images, synonyms and parts of speech from Vocabulary for the College-bound Student. Learn the word, squalid, in authentic short passages with illustrations and text-to-speech. /ˈskwɒl.ɪd/ (adj) Squalid definition (of places) extremely filthy, dirty and unpleasant, nasty, sordid, unclean, foul, fetid, neglected, miserable (morality) extremely immoral and disgusting, lacking moral standards,…

Sleazy Meaning and Synonyms from 601 Words You Need

Sleazy Meaning and synonyms from 601 Words You Need

Sleazy meaning and definition with synonyms and antonyms used in real context and short passages for advanced learners of English and GRE & SAT candidates with illustrations /ˈsliː.zi/ (adj) Sleazy meaning dirty and unacceptable, corrupt, seedy, sordid, immoral, squalid, unsavory, dishonest, disreputable, shady, untrustworthy, decadent of poor quality, cheap, flimsy, low-class Example “Every methodology you…

Wanton GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Wanton GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Wanton GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈwɒn.tən/ (adj) Definition reckless and unrestrained, licentious, capricious, immoral, heedless, impious, undisciplined, vicious, malicious – sextually indiscriminate and unrestrained Example “The immediate financial costs are worrying, but the threat to society is even more serious because seemingly isolated violations chip away trust, encourage negative social norms, and increase the prevalence and…

Ignoble GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Ignoble GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Ignoble GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ɪgˈnəʊ.bļ/ (adj) morally bad, ignominious, shameful, not of nobility, vulgar, lowly, having low moral standards, immoral, mean, dishonorable, shabby, contemptible, sordid, disgraceful, despicable, improper, reprehensible, base The Ignoble Ways of Legal Profession To salvage the lost nobility of legal profession, it is necessary to send a strong message by throwing out…

Licentious GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Licentious GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Definition of Licentious as a GRE Vocabulary Flashcard also found in 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam in real context with examples for advanced learners of English /laɪˈsen.tʃəs/ (adj) Definition sexually immoral, unrestrained by society, degenerate, abandoned, lewd, dissolute, naughty, decadent, wanton, sinful – candid, open, spontaneous Example Being licentious is…

Impious 1100 Words You Need Week 41 Day 3

Impious 1100 words you need to know week 41 day 3 at LELB Society for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS

Impious 1100 Words You Need Week 41 Day 3 /ˈɪm.pi.əs/ (adj) lacking piety or reverence, showing lack of religious respect, wicked, godless, ungodly, unholy, irreligious, sinful, immoral, unrighteous, sacrilegious, profane, blasphemous, apostate, atheistic, agnostic, pagan, faithless, irreverent First, the demonstrations suggest that Euthyphro does not have the kind of understanding of what the pious is…

Unsavory 1100 Words You Need Week 36 Day 1

Unsavory 1100 Words You Need Week 36 Day 1 Unsavory 1100 Words You Need Week 36 Day 1 /ʌnˈseɪ.vər.i/ US /-vɚ-/ (adj) disgusting and unpleasant, morally offensive, disagreeable to taste, smell or look at, distasteful, revolting, nasty, repellent, unwelcome, uncouth, repulsive, immoral, villainous, unacceptable, untrustworthy, disreputable, repugnant Notorious or unsavory reputation that would adversely affect…

Sordid 1100 Words You Need Week 4 Day 3

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Sordid 1100 Words You Need Sordid 1100 Words You Need /ˈsɔː.dɪd/ (adj) immoral and shocking, dirty and unpleasant, nasty, squalid, base, disreputable, repugnant, disgusting, repulsive, despicable, ignoble, degenerate, decadent, foul, filthy, distasteful, rundown: There are lots of really sordid apartments in the city’s poorer areas. He told me he’d had an affair but he spared…

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