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Monthly Archives: August 2013
del-e-te-ri-ous adjective 1. causing harm or damage At first, nobody was concerned about the hurricane, but when it started to move inland and evolved into a tornado that threw sharks everywhere, people realized how deleterious it really was. Advertisements
lu-gu-bri-ous adjective 1. looking or sounding sad or dismal When his wife died, the old man lumbered around his town lugubriously for several months.
un-im-peach-a-ble adjective 1. not able to be doubted; entirely trustworthy After the Watergate burglars broke into the Democratic National Committee offices and were caught, many people stopped believing that Nixon was unimpeachable, and his lies were slowly discovered which ultimately … Continue reading
pul-chri-tude noun 1. beauty As soon as the beautiful woman entered the room, the men at the party seemed to be stunned by the great pulchritude that she possessed.