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刘毅词汇10000(台湾原版) Lesson 9

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Lesson 9
Mr. Kim was a counsel for the plaintiff ,and Mr. Park for the defendant.
The pirates entered the harbor began to plunder the town.
He is very scrupulous about the choice of his words.
Their caps were drawn aslant over their brows,and they were chewing gums leaning against the wall.
The crowd at the scene of the accident impeded the arrival of the ambulance.
No one in the adjacent apartments was awakened by their quarreling sounds.
(同义词diatant)

The spring floods were a great calamity to the farmers whose crops and houses were ruined.
(同义词bliss)

The floods and storms, which have no precedent in the recorded history, devastated the country.
(同义词fertilize)

The exultant players were dancing on the ground over their team’s victory.
(同义词mournful)

The wealth of our country seems inexhaustible to many people abroad.
(同义词limited)

We saw a maudlin movie about an orphan who lost his parents in the war.
(同义词unmoved)

The enemies plundered all the valuable things they could find in the village.
(同义词donate)

A scrupulous man never fails to give back the borrowed money to its owner.
(同义词heedless)

From sundry hints, I guessed I was to be given a bicycle for my birthday present.
(同义词unique)

The children made zealous efforts to clean up the house for the Christmas party.
(同义词neglectful)

The troops in the besieged town gave an exultant shout at the sight of new troops advancing to help them.
No one would think it maudlin to weep at the death of a friend.
They were glad they had survived the calamity and met with no disaster.
We are told that the potentialities of the human brain are inexhaustible.
In olden times soldiers plundered a conquered city and often gained great wealth.
We wonder if human beings are primarily altruistic or selfish.
(同义词selfish)

The public clamor for lower taxes continued year after year.
(同义词silence)

The old manuscripts had been disintegrated into a pile of fragments and dust.
(同义词assemble)

Although Napoleon was Corsican, he is considered by most modern Frenchmen to have been French as their own forebears.
(同义词descendant)

The boy who found it on the street returned the money intact.
(同义词damaged)

We did not molest the big dog because we were afraid of him.
(同义词soothe)

The mourner’s profuse tears at the burial were heartbreaking.
(同义词sparing)

He was slack in fulfilling his promises and responsibilities.
(同义词agile)

Tart apples taste sharp and are pleasantly acid in their taste.
(同义词sweet)

This plan looks all right in principle, but in practice it wouldn’t be viable.
(同义词impracticable)

The speaker could hardly be heard above the clamor of the uproaring crowd.
Don’t be slack in your efforts till the work is completely finished.
The dog that motests sheep has to be driven out immediately.
An altruistic person is thoughtful of the welfare of the others.
Few building in the bombs city removed intact.
The carpenters made the roof aslant to allow water to run down.
(同义词straight)

They conceded that victory was no longer attainable and agreed to a negotiated surrender.
(同义词contradict)

She could not allow the stranger to enter her house, for she distrusted him.
(同义词confide)

The table is very groggy.
I think the leg is going to fall off.
(同义词steady)

The intrepid fireman saved persons trapped in a burning building disregarding of his own safety.
(同义词timid)

We found it hard to like the boy because of his overbearing manners.
(同义词humble)

Only a rash person would have rushed into the burning house to save some clothes.
(同义词deliberate)

Though polio has been practically wiped out, there have been sporadic cases of the disease.
(同义词regular)

Fumes from automobiles and factory chimneys are toxic.
(同义词harmless)

When I left my bed after my long illness,I felt too groggy to stand.
The government conceded defeat as soon as the election results were known.
He keeps his money at home because he distrusts banks.
It is rash to cross the street without looking at both ways.
The intrepid persons traveled west in spite of hardships and constant danger of Indian attack.
The driver averted an accident by a quick turn of the steering wheel.
(同义词encounter)

Mother deduced from my loss of appetites what had happened to the cookies.
(同义词induce)

Our ship embarked passengers and wool at an Australian port.
(同义词disembark)

After leaving college, the young man embarked on a new business career.
The boy humiliated his parents by behaving badly in front of the guests.
(同义词encourage)

A gregarious man, be enjoyed the companionship of a large number of jovial friends.
(同义词sorrowful)

Baseball has been called American’s national pastime through four seasons.
(同义词labor)

The prince renounced his right to the throne.
(同义词claim)

My grandmother likes to read a newspaper in a snug corner near the fireplace.
(同义词uncomfortable)

She doesn’t need to borrow a book because she’s got umpteen books waiting to be read at home.
(同义词few)

Her instructions are so complicated that I cannot deduce from them what she wants.
The little cat has found a snug corner behind the stove.
Santa claus is pictured as a jovial old fellow with long beard on his face and a large bag on his back.
The shipwrecked sailors renounced all hope of rescue and were flating on the sea.
Hunting and fishing are pastimes ardently followed by the devotes of those sports.
The boy blurred the picture by touching it before the paint was dry.
(同义词purify)

The slums were demolished before the town was extended.
(同义词construct)

Education makes people easy to govern but impossible to enslave.
(同义词liberate)

Many a man is impeded in his career by a lack of belief in himself.
(同义词spur)

The mother lulled the baby to sleep by singing a song.
(同义词eccite)

In the court the plaintiff asserted that the thief had stolen two hundred dollars from his store.
(同义词defendant)

He was strong and healthy but he’s never been robust since his illness.
(同义词weak)

We had a strenuous day moving into our new house.
(同义词idle)

Pollution from smoke and dust vitiates the air.
(同义词purge)

All his attempts to improve were vitiated by his lack of will power.
The child’s hysterical crying impeded the doctor from completing his examination.
They are going to demolish that old building to clear the road for a new highway.
Water spilled on the letter and blurred the writing.
He has a robust appearance though he is not actually well.
The contract was vitiated because one person signed it under compulsion.

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