Monthly Archives: April 2017

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

Apr
10

defective

dih fek tihv adjective 1.  having a flaw, error, or other imperfection. The company was forced to recall the cars because of defective engines. 2.  lacking an essential element or part. The plan was defective because it lacked safety provisions. edit

Apr
10

nebulous

neb y@ l@s adjective hazy, confused, or indistinct. You won’t convince anyone of your point using such nebulous reasoning. edit

Apr
7

malicious

m@ lI sh@s adjective characterized by or displaying malice.  [malice=the wish to harm or hurt others; hostility; animosity] His political opponents launched malicious attacks against him. The guard’s face wore a malicious expression, and the prisoner froze with fear. edit

Apr
6

adaptive

@ daep tihv adjective capable of or suitable for adapting.  [adapt=to make fit or suitable for a particular need or condition; adjust.] The animal’s adaptive ability is important to its survival. edit

Apr
5

noncommital

nan k@ mI t@l adjective not revealing what one’s preference, feeling, or opinion is. When pressed to take sides, he gave a noncommittal answer. She was noncommittal about her plans. edit