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Demolition(拆除)
n. the state of fact of being rendered nonexistent, physically unsound, or useless
e.g. Several condemned buildings around the city are undergoing demolition as part of the revitalization program. ​

11月28日 21:39  来自 iPhone 12 Pro Max

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Posthumous(死后的)
a. occurring after one’s death
e.g. The soldier was awarded a posthumous medal for valor. ​

11月25日 12:04  来自 iPhone 12 Pro Max

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Vaunt(吹嘘)
v. to praise or express pride in one’s own possessions, qualities, or accomplishments often to excess
e.g. Even the noblest of fellows have been known to vaunt a bit. ​

11月23日 22:40  来自 iPhone 12 Pro Max

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Yeast(引起骚动因素)
n. something that arouses action or activity
e.g. Taxation without representation proved to be the yeast of rebellion. ​

11月21日 23:32  来自 iPhone 12 Pro Max

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Dank(潮湿的)
a. slightly or moderately wet
e.g. Vegetables tend to go bad quickly in the dank cellar. ​

11月20日 08:33  来自 iPhone 12 Pro Max

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Snivel(啜泣)
v. to complain or cry in an annoying way
e.g. The child sniveled until he got his way. ​

11月17日 19:34  来自 iPhone 12 Pro Max

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Inimical(敌意的)
a. marked by opposition or ill will
e.g. He received an inimical response rather than the anticipated support. ​

11月15日 22:37  来自 iPhone 12 Pro Max

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Feign(假装)
v. to present a false appearance of
e.g. I would never feign illness just to get out of a test. ​

11月14日 19:03  来自 iPhone XS Max

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Budge(使让步)
v. to cease resistance
e.g. Despite hours of intense pressure, he refused to budge from his position. ​

11月11日 22:33  来自 EricのiPhone XS Max

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Blab(瞎扯)
v. to engage in casual or rambling conversation
e.g. The two friends can blab for hours on the phone. ​

11月10日 21:48  来自 エリックのiPhone XS Max

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Stringent(严格的)
a. not allowing for any exceptions or loosening of standards
e.g. There’re stringent rules against unauthorized persons being in this building. ​

11月09日 18:30  来自 エリックのiPhone XS Max

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Caliginous(昏暗的)
a. being without light or without much light
e.g. Without a flashlight, there was no way to tell what kind of creatures lurked in the caliginous cave. ​

11月07日 22:10  来自 エリックのiPhone XS Max

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Lurch(倾斜)
v. to make a series of unsteady side-to-side motions
e.g. The room lurched with every jolt of the earthquake. ​

11月05日 08:47  来自 エリックのiPhone XS Max

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Sloth(懈怠)
n. an inclination not to do work or engage in activities
e.g. I incline more toward sloth than athletics. ​

11月04日 08:42  来自 エリックのiPhone XS Max

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Truculent(好斗的)
a. feeling or displaying eagerness to fight
e.g. Die-hard fans became truculent and violent after their team’s loss. ​

11月03日 17:12  来自 エリックのiPhone XS Max

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Exult(狂喜)
v. to feel or express joy or triumph
e.g. The winners of the Super Bowl spent the next week exulting in their victory. ​

11月02日 21:11  来自 エリックのiPhone XS Max

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Snarl(咆哮着说)
v. to speak sharply or irritably
e.g. She snarled at me after I kept badgering her with questions. ​

11月01日 23:43  来自 エリックのiPhone XS Max

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Wraith(幽灵)
n. the soul of a dead person thought of especially as appearing to living people
e.g. People who once lived here believed that their world was populated by wraiths and witches. ​

10月31日 16:17  来自 エリックのiPhone XS Max

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Variegated(杂色的)
a. marked by a variety of usually vivid colors
e.g. I was in awe of the variegated costumes of the dancers in the nightclub. ​

10月29日 22:18  来自 エリックのiPhone XS Max

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