Catharsis 601 Words You Need to Know

Catharsis 601 Words You Need to Know at LELB Society

Catharsis 601 Words You Need to Know /kəˈθɑː.sɪs/ (noun) Definition the process of relieving and releasing strong emotions through art such as drama, theater or writing, purification of emotions through art and Greek tragedy, emotional release, cleansing, expurgation, liberation, purgation, relief, purging Example A catharsis is an emotional release. According to psychoanalytic theory, this emotional

Exculpate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Exculpate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Exculpate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈek.skəl.peɪt/ (verb) to prove someone innocent, remove blame from someone, exonerate, let off, acquit, excuse, free from blame, release, clear, vindicate, absolve Exculpatory evidence is evidence favorable to the defendant in a criminal trial that exonerates or tends to exonerate or exculpate the defendant of guilt. It is the opposite of

Exempt 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 29

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Exempt 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 29 /ɪgˈzempt/ (verb) Verb: to excuse someone or something from a duty, responsibility, payment, and the like, let go, forgive, except, free, pardon, discharge, relieve, release Adjective: exempted or excused from a payment, duty or responsibility, off the hook, excepted, released, freed, relieved, not liable Veterans, generally exempt from

Relieve – English Flashcard for Relieve with Synonyms

Relieve | English Flashcard for Relive - LELB Society

Relieve Relieve (verb) /rɪˈliːv/ to ease someone’s pain or suffering – alleviate – mitigate – lessen – ease – replace – dismiss – fire – release It’s medically dangerous to take many painkillers to relieve pain. Antonyms: aggravate, exacerbate Noun: relief Adjective: relieving Adjective: relievable

English Conversation Class on Forgiveness

English Conversation Class on “Forgiveness” An Inspiring Course for Intellectuals Session 82: Forgiveness Key Words: forgiveness, understanding, tolerance, pardon, reconciliation, exoneration, etc. Related Audio/Video File: Please listen to/watch this audio/video file (lecture, presentation, dialogue, audio-book, etc.) on our current subject before the class and try to answer the following questions: File Name: The Power of