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facsimile [ fak-SIM-uh’-lee ]
[noun]
MEANING :
1. an exact copy
2. a system or device for transmitting and reproducing exact replicas of documents, photographs, etc. by means of radio signals or through telephone lines
3. (adj.) duplicate or reproduced exactly like the original
USAGE EXAMPLE 1:
Facsimile copies of Vincent Van Gogh’s painting, “The Sunflowers” are so popular that they can be found adorning the walls of offices and living rooms all over the world.
USAGE EXAMPLE 2:
But there are many facsimile copies of the Lincoln documents that remain to be discovered in trunks, behind framed pictures, within the pages of a book or some other unusual place.
Illinois Historic Preservation Agency, Facsimile Documents

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Posted by on April 6, 2011 in Important Vocabulary Words

 

Daily wordlist

Daily Wordlist

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(1)  immure
[i-MYOO’ R ]
MEANING :

1. to surround or enclose within walls; imprison
2. to build into or entomb in wall

USAGE EXAMPLE 1 :

The dreaded terrorist was immured in a high security prison.

USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :
True, there was a Mughal emperor in Delhi until 1857, but he was emperor in name only, the shadow of a memory, described by Lord Macaulay as ‘a mock sovereign immured in a gorgeous state prison’.
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immanent [ IM-uh’-nuh’ nt ]
[adjective]
MEANING :
1. inherent; dwelling or existing within
2. taking place inside the mind without having any consequences outside
USAGE EXAMPLE 1:
Values immanent in our culture are to be preserved and instilled to the next generation.
USAGE EXAMPLE 2:
Though Britain has no written constitution or pledge of allegiance, we have values which are immanent in our culture, and which every citizen should be expected to agree with.
 
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Posted by on April 5, 2011 in Important Vocabulary Words

 

Important Synonyms List

SYNONYMS LIST

Synonyms – An Introduction

synonyms

1 . a word having the same or nearly the same meaning asanother in the language, as joyful, elated, glad.

2. a word or expression accepted as another name forsomething, as Arcadia for pastoral simplicity; metonym.

3. Biology . one of two or more scientific names applied to asingle taxon.

Here i am providing you some important synonyms.These are really helpful as far as different exam is concerned so please have a close look on them     Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on April 4, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

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Important Antonyms List

ANTONYMS

The following antonym list (opposites) are presented alphabetically, as groups. Each group generally goes from easier to more difficult words. So, if you’re looking for an antonym list for kids, they’re the first words of each letter. If you’re looking for more proficient-level antonyms, they’re towards the end of each letter group.

antonyms

Today Antonyms also plays a major role as students finds it difficult to solve these. As said earlier you will find difficult ones at last and easiest at first. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on April 4, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

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vocabulary

Balk (v)  to resist Jane asked for a ring 

Her boyfriend balked

So she picked up her things

And away she walked


Benevolent (adj)  kindThe benevolent dictator 

Was good and kind

His rule was fair

His justice blind

 

Debunk (v) to discredit The scientist was wrong 

His hypothesis debunked

His colleagues wondered

If chemistry he flunked

Irascible (adj)  easily angeredThe bully was irascible 

He was hot-headed

Seeing him in the hallway

Was something I dreaded


 
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Posted by on April 4, 2011 in Important Vocabulary Words

 

Check your Present Status

Find the correct answer to the meaning written in bold.

(1)  dishevelled appearance  :

(a)untidy      (b)fierce    (c)foolish  (d)peculiar   (e)unhappy.

(2)A Baffling problem :

(a)difficult   (b)simple  (c)puzzling  (d)long  (e)new

(3)Lenient parents :

(a)tall   (b)not strict  (c)wise  (d)Foolish   (e)Severe

(4)Repulsive personality :

(a)disgusting           (b)attractive      (c) normal     (d) confused     (e)conceited Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on April 3, 2011 in First lesson, Starting Vocabulary

 

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Posted by on April 3, 2011 in Uncategorized

 
 
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