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刘毅词汇10000(台湾原版) Lesson 6

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Lesson 6
Some people gather books haphazard and without consideration.
She rued very bitterly when she lost her mother.
Let us be exact in what we say so as to preclude any posibility of misunderstanding.
The doctor reproved the nurse who had been neglecting her patient.
It was definite that he was to be a passenger on the boat,though he would not be explicit about his destination.
Most people abhor the criminal of kidnapping the children.
(=adore)

If you boost me up, I can reach the window easily.
(同义词lower)

His friend’s willingness to help him was a big boost to the morale.
The jail is used for detention of persons who have been arrested.
(同义词release)

He gave such explicit directions that everyone understood them.
(同义词implicit)

Wise teachers avoid invidious rules against the students.
(同义词just)

You malign a generous person when you call him a stingy person.
(同义词praise)

In places where the water is not potable, they set up purifying systems.
(同义词undrinkable)

I never went to school, and I’ve rued it bitterly all my life.
(同义词rejoice)

People in the far north subsist chiefly on fish and meat.
(同义词decease)

She was such an unruly child that nobody could get along with her.
(同义词manageable)

He was quite explicit about the matter,leaving no doubt about what he meant.
The mayor sued the television station because it maligned him by accusing him of dishonest use of city funds.
If I ask my sister to turn down the radio she makes it even louder;I can’t understand why she is so unruly.
He is in detention in connection with the bribery affair.
Boost me up the trees and I’ll get some apples for you .
The boy had an agile mind, and could come up with excuses as quickly as his mother asked for them.
(同义词clumsy)

His lack of money was the result of caprice in spending on unnecessary things.
(同义词steadfastness)

She is disconsolate about the death of her father.
(同义词jubilant)

It is a popular fallacy to suppose that riches always bring happiness.
(同义词truth)

She gave ingenuous answers to the strangers’ entire question.
(同义词dissembling)

I saw a mirage that made highway ahead seem tube flooded with water.
(同义词reality)

The heavy thunderstorm precluded our going to the beach.
(同义词permit)

Sheer white curtains hung at the little window to let in as much light as possible.
(同义词opaque)

From the top of the wall there was a sheer drop of 100 feet to the water below.
His letter was succinct, with all the major points on one page.
(同义词verbose)

The ingenuous child had never thought of being suspicious of what others told her.
Walls and bars preclude the possibility of escape.
I could see the gaeden through the sheer curtains of the window.
The cat was disconsolate because her kitten died.
The travellers in the desert saw an oasis in the distance but it was only a mirage.
There is not much arable land on the side of a rocky mountain.
(同义词sterile)

The winner’s complacent smile annoyed the loser in the football game.
(同义词self-condemned)

The wolves dismembered the deer’s dead body with their sharp teeth.
After the war, the defeated country was dismembered and could no longer be called a nation.
(同义词consolidate)

She danced with glee when she saw the new toys, which her father bought for her birthday present.
(同义词agony)

He gave us implicit consent to take the apples, for he smiled when he saw us do it.
(同义词explicit)

Someone is spreading mischievous stories about minister’s private life.
(同义词beneficial)

In the sentence “She lives alone by herself” the word “alone” is redundant.
(同义词necessary)

The solicitude shown to him by his neighbors after the robbery impressed him very deeply.
(同义词indifference)

The bank keeps a large surplus of money in reserve.
(同义词deficit)

The children laughed with glee at the circus man’s humorous action.
She broke up her brother’s marriage by spreading mischievous rumors about his wife.
However many matches a team wins,it should never be allowed to get complacent.
Her silence gave inplicit consent when I asked her to go to the dance party tonight.
They were thankful for the solicitude of the king over the well-being of their subjects.
The doctor gave him some medicine to abate the pain.
(同义词enhance)

His ambition was consummated when he won the prize.
(同义词baffle)

Our savings have dwindled since my wife was sent to hospital.
(同义词increase)

It is haphazard timetable, sometimes lessons are held and sometimes they aren’t.
(同义词deliberate)

It is obvious that a blind man ought not to drive an automobile.
(同义词equivocal)

I know only his overt reasons for refusing; he may have others.
(同义词stealthy)

We tried to be friendly, but his rebuff made us think the wanted to be left alone.
(同义词admission)

He was sad, and his thought about future was very somber.
(同义词cheerful)

The boy’s lack of money thwarted his plans for college.
(同义词encourage)

I have a vehement hatred of people who are cruel to animals.
(同义词impassive)

It was a somber room with dark furniture and heavy black hangings.
His happiness was consummated when she agreed to marry him.
When he did not driv the car home,it was obvious that he had an accident.
Although the rain has abated somewhat,the wind is still blowing very hard.
I was thwarted in my camping plans by the cold weather.
The benign old lady sent us a kind and warm smile.
(同义词malign)

The sergeant was degraded to private for the reason of disobeying order.
(同义词promote)

My other writings are very ephemeral, but this book will be remembered forever.
(同义词perpetual)

People who have never gone to school are usually illiterate.
(同义词intelligent)

Not every rich man is lavish in spending money.
(同义词stingy)

It is a mistake to lavish kindness ungrateful people.
He is the one who is peddling the drugs unlawfully.
(同义词wholesale)

She reproved the maid in an angry voice for breaking the dish.
(同义词compliment)

Many kinds of fabrics, furs and drugs are synthetic products.
(同义词natural)

His unbounded courage and compassion made him an excellent leader of the nation.
(同义词limited)

He was wretched when he failed the entrance examination again.
(同义词fortunate)

Don’t degrade yourself by answering such foolish charges against you.
The more important a man’s position,the more lavish he is in his office job.
After the loss of their savings and theit home they felt too wretched to see theit old friends.
Giving money to help Red Cross is a benigh act.
He writes in a very illiterate way,there are many mistakes on every page.

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