kre dih b@l
definition 1: believable or plausible.
example: The teacher allowed him to make up the exam because she thought his excuse was credible.
definition 2: deserving of belief; trustworthy.
example: Because he had been drinking at the time of the incident, he was not considered a credible witness.
gae rə ləs
1.given to talking excessively.
He was in a hurry this morning and hoped to avoid his garrulous neighbor.
2. exceptionally wordy; verbose.
That garrulous introduction was unnecessary.
definition 1: to annoy or irritate.
example: The long wait for their food vexed the customers.
example: The traffic at the bridge entrance vexed the taxi driver.
example: Something about her tone of voice vexed him that morning.
definition 2: to puzzle or worry.
example: The various problems with the traffic flow vexed the city’s planners.
example: She was vexed by her daughter’s hostility and felt powerless to do anything about it.
unwilling to agree or obey; stubborn; perverse.
Her froward children would not sit down to dinner if the menu was not to their liking.
kae pih t@ lihst
definition 1: one who invests capital, especially extensively, in business enterprises. (capital =money or other wealth used to produce further wealth)
example: He was one of many capitalists who lost their money when the stock market crashed.
definition 2: one who supports an economic system in which the means of production and distribution are privately owned, and prices are chiefly determined by open competition in a free market.
example: He was a capitalist and strongly opposed to Marxism.
definition: of or pertaining to capitalism or capitalists.
example: The United States has a capitalist economy.