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刘毅词汇10000(台湾原版) Lesson 8

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Lesson 8
The stranger’s derogatory remarks about the town and its people made him unpopular.
The motorist was acquitted of reckless driving ,he was thereupon absolved from any claim for damages.
One’s childhood life seems happier in restropect than in reality.
A man may utter an insolent ramark,he may be comtemptuous of his associates.
The acme of the development of space ships probably lies in the future.
The weather in early December was bleak and unpleasant.
(同义词cheerful)

The electric inspector was castigated for having failed to check the wire as he was supposed to.
(同义词applaud)

We should overcome the worst that the tyrant’s enmity can do.
(同义词sympathy)

In any case, parents should be impartial to their every child.
(同义词prejudiced)

The teacher asked me to give a lucid explanation of my being late for class.
The old man is confused most of the time but he does have lucid moments (同义词obscure)

.
A square has four 90-degree angles made by its four perpendicular.
(同义词horizontal)

In retrospect, many good opportunities were neglected in my life.
(同义词prospect)

The politician showed a good sagacity avoiding the mistakes he’d made in the previous campaign.
(同义词folly)

Urbane speech is educated speech, as distinguished from the speech of the ignorant.
(同义词vulgar)

The enmity between Arabs and Israelis threatened to break into open war at any time.
The tree was leaning against the house and no longer perpendicular.
A meutral observer,not a participant,asked for a impartial account of how the fight started.
Lonely and ill,the old woman having no children faced a bleak future.
Impartiality as well a sagasity.
After Redding about the lives of several great Americans, John became an ardent student of American history.
(同义词impassive)

I can’t bear his derogatory remarks about my brother’s character.
(同义词enhancive)

I won’t tell you what time to leave; you’re old enough to use your own discretion.
(同义词recklessness)

The house of the meetings will be fixed at the chairman’s discretion.
(同义词depressed)

The party got quite hilarious after they brought more wine.
It is a paramount responsibility of every officer to take care of his men before caring for himself.
(同义词mediocre)

Houses and trees seem to recede as we ride past in a train.
(同义词approach)

The whole city was rife with rumors of political corruption and bribery.
(同义词scanty)

Both sides burst into spontaneous cheers at the magician’s skillful tricks.
(同义词compulsive)

The air ten miles above the earth is very tenuous.
(同义词thick)

You must show more discretion in choosing your friends.
We consider lack of morale as the paramount cause for our defeat.
We thought his mistake was the most hilarious joke we’d ever heard.
A pile of oily rags will sometimes break into a spontaneous flame.
Superstition is still rife in some underdeveloped countries.
A baseball player usually reaches the acme of his skill before he is thirty.
(同义词bottom )

He spared no one’s feelings and expressed his views with great candor.
(同义词feint)

The father finally dissuaded his son from leaving school.
(同义词persuade)

Her advice was quite gratuitous, I can think for myself.
(同义词warranted)

The house of representatives has the sole power to impeach an officer of the United States Government.
(同义词exonerate)

Her ostensible purpose was to borrow some sugar, but she really wanted to see her neighbor’s new furniture.
(同义词substantial)

The poor painter sold his paintings for a paltry sum of money.
(同义词signficant)

The poor family lived in a sordid log cabin in the valley.
(同义词clean)

She makes it a rule to keep her room neat and tidy after coming back from school.
(同义词chaotic)

When he became prime minister,he reached the acme of his hopes.
The father diassuaded the boy from being a doctor,but persuaded him to be a politician.
The team felt cheated and challenged the umpire to prove his candor.
Were it not for your gratuitous interference,the children would have quickly settled their dispute.
My daughter is very tidy and never goes out without combing her hair.
One tall boy stood aloof from all the small children.
(同义词nearly)

Regular meals and exercise are of cardinal importance to our health.
(同义词insignificant)

There are many drab houses in the Smokey mining town.
(同义词bright)

The life of a person who never does anything is dull and drab.
The two families had been at feud with each other for three generations.
(同义词intimacy)

His insolent speech and behavior upset everyone in the room.
(同义词humble)

The judge said that nothing could mitigate the cruelty with which the man had treated the child.
(同义词aggravate)

A summary of the events leading up to this situation would be pertinent information.
(同义词irrelevant)

His predecessor quit because he was not in the least interested in this kind of job.
(同义词successor)

Let me apologize for my being tardy in answering your letter.
(同义词prompt)

You’d think she would never climb again, after falling down the mountain, but it just whetted her appetite.
(同义词quell)

They did not speak when they met,for they were at deadly fuel with each other last week.
The teacher scolded the boy several times for being tardy for school.
Aspirin mitigated the pain of his headache in about half an hour.
She held herself aloof from society,preferring to spend her days and nights dwelling on her memories.
Rumors of secret information on the actress’suicide whetted the curiosity of the public.
The man accused of stealing the money was acquitted for lack of witnesses.
(同义词inculpate)

Be careful not to break the box of glass, that thin glass is hard but brittle.
(同义词hard)

The ugly frame detracts from the beauty of the famous picture.
(同义词exaggerate)

To extirpate weeds is not only to destroy their visible parts but also to pull them out by the roots.
(同义词extablish)

The indulent mother bought her children everything they wanted.
(同义词stern)

The indulgent teacher praised every poem we wrote.
The mendacious beggar told a different tale of woe at every house.
(同义词candid)

For my own sake, I’ve told a plausible lie at the club meeting, but the members did not believe me at all.
(同义词incredible)

We have the sanction of the recreation department to play ball in this park.
(同义词rejection)

Youngsters usually rush into marriage with only the shallow notions of what love and responsibility mean.
(同义词profound)

We parked the car on the grass verge at the side of the highway.
(同义词interior)

The scandal published in newspaper detracted much from he mayor’s reputation.
A plausible explanation is the one that appears to be believable on the surface.
It is illegal to translate a book without the sanction of the author and the pbulisher.
She tried to hide her grief,but she was on the verge of tears.
We look forward to the day when disease and poverty will be extirpated.

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