Monthly Archives: September 2014

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

Sep
26

redeem

rih dim transitive verb 1: to pay off (a debt). His inheritance helped him redeem his debts. 2: to recover (property or the like) by paying off a debt. As soon as he got his first paycheck, he redeemed his guitar at the…

Sep
25

navigate

nae vih geIt intransitive verb definition 1:  to plan, manage, or control the course of a ship, aircraft, or missile. example:  The captain had turned off the automatic pilot and was navigating manually. definition 2:  to make one’s way; find the correct path to…

Sep
25

prodigious

pr@ dI j@s adjective 1. extremely large or great in size, amount, strength, extent, or the like; enormous. James A. Michener was a novelist whose output was prodigious. 2. inspiring wonder and admiration; marvelous. She amazed even herself with this prodigious feat of…

Sep
24

bridge

brIj noun definition:  a structure that extends a road, path, or other route over an obstacle such as a river or railway, to allow for continuous travel. transitive verb definition:  to form a connecting link over or between. example:  A suspended walkway bridges…

Sep
24

profuse

prə fyus adjective 1. abundant or numerous; plentiful. He admired the profuse growth of the roses he’d been tending so carefully. The food at the party was profuse, but the guests seemed more interested in drinking. 2. given or giving generously or to…