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evince–verb: prove; display clearly; provoke.

The man’s grimy hands evinced me he was a capable mechanic.

The toddler’s talent evinced itself as crayon on the nursery walls. 12 more words



remand–verb: cause, by order, to go back to a place.

The disappointed diner remanded his steak to the kitchen.


Assemble [Verb]

Butter pooled at the bottom of the frying pan, minced onions swimming semi-translucent within the yellow foam. He pealed garlic to add once the onions had fully turned, and crushed the bulbs finely across the wooden cutting board. 257 more words


[FR] - enlever -> Remove

1. To remove clothing

I want to take off your shirt.
Je veux enlever ta chemise.

Pierre enlève son manteau en entrant.
Peter took his coat off on entering the room. 13 more words


judder–verb: vibrate with intensity; jar strongly.

I twisted the ignition to coax the old engine to judder to life.


What is a part of speech?

part of speech is a group of words that are used in a certain way. All words in the English language are divided into eight different categories and each category has a different role or function in the sentence. 277 more words

Parts Of Speech

The Verb

In Kennedy’s speech (inaugural address)  the famous line ‘ask not what your country can do for you but ask what you can do for your country’ I stated as a fact we should be recognizing, especially in a world encompassed by the maws of capitalism, it’s almost second nature to consume, the laws of supply and demand sated but what about Christ? 1,147 more words