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
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helpmeet–noun: helpmate: wife.
She had proven herself an industrious helpmeet, keeping their house in order.
The man later understood his helpmate provided the cornerstone of their marriage.
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Rekening : account
Rekening tabungan: savings account
Rekening giro: checking account, current account, demand account
Uang kertas: banknote
Uang kecil: small change… 130 more words
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Blockade simply means to block an area from being able to trade with others. Much of the time this happens with boats. Watch the following video for an illustrated example:
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remand–verb: cause, by order, to go back to a place.
The disappointed diner remanded his steak to the kitchen.
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pastiche–noun: art that closely and deliberately mimics previous work.
Yet another impersonator launched into an uninspired Elvis pastiche.
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anguine–adjective: like a snake.
Eager to buy phones, hundreds of shoppers formed an anguine line.
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