Every week we will help build your vocabulary with fun, new words.
Take a look below for this week’s words.
(adjective)(said exactly like the month of August) – highly respected; impressive. “my mother told me to keep august company.”
(noun)(rhymes with Peter) – an extremely bad smell. “the fetor coming from his mouth caused the girl’s eyes to water.”
(adjective)(sounds like rib) – insincere talking; to speak easily, but with no thought or care. “my teacher was unimpressed with my glib answer”
(adjective)(rhymes with dumb-drum) – dull; without excitement or variety. “his new school was engaging and far from the humdrum experience he was used to”
(adjective)(rhymes with pass-it) – understood without being stated directly. “after breaking my Mom’s phone, her tacit look was more frightening than a yell”