1.to sit on eggs in order to hatch them.
2. to ponder or deliberate, often moodily, a single subject (usually folllowed by on or over).
She brooded over the problem all night.
1. to deprive of rank or office, esp. from an important position such as that of king.
The rebels deposed the leader and quickly established a provisional government.
2. to testify or give evidence, under oath, that can be used as testimony in a court of law.
The witness deposed that he had arrived home at midnight.
3. to question or gain a sworn statement from (a witness) for use in a trial.
definition 1: to come into view or notice.
example: Several unexpected topics arose during the discussion.
example: This question arises at every meeting, but we never seem to come to any agreement on the answer.
example: Problems will inevitably arise despite all of our precautions.
definition 2: to move upward.
example: Steam arose from the boiling water.
definition 3: to result or issue (often followed by “from”).
example: The problem arose from their lack of attention to what they were doing.
1: to shut up or confine (an animal) in a pound.
The dog was dangerous and had to be impounded.
2: to confiscate and retain (property or documentary evidence) in legal custody.
The police impounded the vehicle that had been used as the getaway car.
3: to confine or secure (water) in a reservoir.
Bagnell Dam impounds the Osage River in the U.S. state of Missouri, creating the Lake of the Ozarks.
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definition 1: wide or all-inclusive in range or scope.
example: The team carried out a comprehensive study of the diet and nutrition of children in the whole region.
example: The final exam will be comprehensive, so you’ll need to study the material from the beginning of the semester.
example: Your medical insurance is quite comprehensive; it seems to cover everything.