@ fen sihv
definition 1: unpleasant; disagreeable; repugnant.
example: The rotting garbage caused an offensive smell.
definition 2: insulting or rude, or causing resentment or anger by being considered such.
example: The politician’s tasteless and offensive joke was reported in the press.
example: Some members of the audience found the crude language of the play offensive.
example: His bigoted comments were offensive to us all.
definition 3: of, pertaining to, or designed for attack or scoring.
example: The army’s offensive strategy had failed in the last attack.
example: The offensive team scored a touchdown in the first minutes of play.
the rə pyu tihk
of, pertaining to, or capable of healing; curative.
Exercising in warm water can be therapeutic for people with physical injuries.
definition 1: resistant to a disease, either naturally or by medical means.
example: Humans are immune to many diseases that affect cats and dogs.
example: She was vaccinated against measles as a child, so she is immune to it now.
definition 2: protected or exempt from something that others are not exempt from.
example: Even the very wealthy are not immune from the effects of an economic recession.
definition 3: not affected by something that does or might affect others.
example: They thought their stock portfolio was relatively immune to market variations.
example: He’s a cold man who seems to be immune to the pain of others.
example: As a politician, she had become fairly immune to unfounded criticism.
guh stə to ri
of or pertaining to the sense of taste or the act of tasting.
definition: valuable or rewarding enough to be worth the expenditure of time and energy.
example: Traveling abroad was a worthwhile experience for him, despite the difficulties he encountered.
example: The book is challenging to read, but I think you’ll find the effort worthwhile.