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Piquant Definition in Context from 601 Words

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Piquant definition in real or authentic context and short passages to practice reading comprehension and improve your advanced vocabulary at the same time. Piquant exists in the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam. /ˈpiː.kənt/ (adj) Piquant definition (of food) spicy and having a sharp taste or flavor, salty, hot, tart…

Antagonize GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

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Antagonize GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ænˈtæg.ə.naɪz/ (verb) Definition to arouse hostility in, make people feel hostile toward you, upset, vex, provoke, irritate, anger, annoy, alienate, pester, rile, incite, rub up the wrong way, oppose Example Pets that share our homes are typically “incredibly tolerant” to young children’s pokes and prods, said Tania Lanfer, owner and head…

Sedition GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

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Sedition GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /sɪˈdɪʃ.ən/ (noun) Definition incitement or rebellion in the form of actions or words to provoke others against government authority, treason, agitation, rabble-rousing, conspiracy, insurrection, troublemaking, provocation, subversion, insurgence Example Sedition is overt conduct, such as speech and organization, that tends toward rebellion against the established order. Sedition often includes subversion of…

Prompt 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 36

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Prompt 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 36 /prɒmpt/ (adj, adv & verb) Adjective: (of an action) done rapidly, quick, early, hasty, rapid, swift, without delay – punctual, on time, timely Verb: to provoke and stimulate something, encourage, trigger, make something happen, incite, induce, motivate, effect, urge, inspire, exhort, bring about Adverb: at the specified time,…

Ignite 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 12

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Ignite 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 12 with synonyms, antonyms, and parts of speech for IELTS, TOEFL & GRE in authentic texts and context /ɪgˈnaɪt/ (verb) to explode or start burning or to cause something to explode or start burning, burst into flames, catch fire, catch light, set on fire, set fire to, set alight,…

Ferment 1100 Words You Need Week 31 Day 4

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Ferment 1100 Words You Need Ferment 1100 Words You Need Week 31 Day 4 with authentic materials and examples, synonyms, antonyms, illustrated flashcards and text-to-speech for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS /ˈfɜː.ment/ (noun & verb) a condition of confusion, disorder and change, turmoil, turmoil, uproar, excitement, commotion, upheaval, turbulence, agitation, mayhem, unrest, to change chemically, subject…

Nettle 1100 Words You Need Week 14 Day 1

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Nettle 1100 Words You Need Nettle 1100 Words You Need /ˈnet.ļ/ (noun & verb) to annoy and irritate someone, bother, pester, vex, badger, needle, aggravate, enrage, provoke, hassle, bedevil, tease, get in one’s hair, to sting someone – (noun): a wild type of plant with stinging leaves: Watch this video on YouTube. The high spirit…

Engender GRE Vocabulary Flashcard for Engender

Engender GRE Vocabulary Flashcard for Engender

Engender GRE Vocabulary Flashcard Engender GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ɪnˈdʒen.dəʳ/ US /-dɚ/ (verb) to cause a particular situation or feeling to happen or exist, trigger, generate, create or cause, produce, give rise to, bring about, stimulate, provoke, prompt, give birth to, propagate, spawn: His challenging questions in the meeting engendered so much controversy among the participants.…

Tantalize – English Flashcard for Tantalize for IELTS

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Tantalize Tantalize (verb) /ˈtæn.təl.aɪz/ US /-ţə.laɪz/ to excite someone by offering something tempting to them but not giving it to them – tempt – tease – entice – torment – torture – provoke: He tantalized her by promising to marry her, but eventually broke up with her.

Foment – English Flashcard for Foment with Synonyms

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Foment Foment (verb) /fəʊˈment/ to cause trouble or rebellion – stir up trouble – instigate – stimulate – incite – provoke – whip up: The trial found him guilty of fomenting armed rebellion against the government.