Monthly Archives: March 2014

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

Mar
31

progress

pra gres noun definition:  movement toward a specific end; advance. example:  We’ve made a good deal of progress this week toward our fund-raising goal. pr@ gres intransitive verb definition 1:  to advance in time or space; proceed. example:  The climbers slowly progressed toward…

Mar
31

agreeable

ə gri ə bəl adjective 1. pleasing or likable. Solomon Whapple soon became used to the rapid motion of the coach, and entered into conversation with an agreeable gentleman on the same seat, who was kind enough to answer all his inquiries connected…

Mar
28

introduce

In tr@ dus transitive verb definition 1:  to present (a previously unknown person) to one or more people. example:  Let me introduce you to my friends. example:  I’m sorry; I forgot to introduce myself. definition 2:  to bring to one’s notice or into…

Mar
28

blatant

bleI tənt adjective 1. completely obvious or undisguised, sometimes offensively so. examples: The politician’s response showed a blatant disregard for the truth. The hostility between the two women was blatant. He resented their blatant attempt to win him over. His blatant adoration of…

Mar
27

recognize

re k@g naIz transitive verb definition 1:  to identify (someone or something) from previous experience or contact with that particular person or thing. example:  His face was covered in dirt, and it took me a moment to recognize him. example:  I didn’t recognize…