: somewhat square in form or appearance. What does the word Dysesthesia mean? Dysesthesia means “abnormal sensation.” It’s usually a painful burning, prickling, or aching feeling. You typically get it in your legs or feet. But you also can have it in your arms. What 2 words describe a square?Read More →

Delectation in a Sentence ? For your delectation, a spread of delicious appetizers will be served throughout the cocktail hour. A playlist of popular music was put together for the party guest’s delectation. Although I don’t play often, an enjoyable round of golf is always a path to my delectation.Read More →

For your delectation, a spread of delicious appetizers will be served throughout the cocktail hour. A playlist of popular music was put together for the party guest’s delectation. Although I don’t play often, an enjoyable round of golf is always a path to my delectation. What is an OADE? Acronym.Read More →

A ‘chugger’ is defined as “a person who approaches passers-by in the street asking for subscriptions or donations to a particular charity”. Chugging, or face-to-face fundraising, has been used by charities around the world since the mid-1990s when it was introduced by Greenpeace. Is chugger a word? Background – chuggerRead More →

Languid; apt to be languid; showing the effects of languor. What is lassitude dictionary? noun. weariness of body or mind from strain, oppressive climate, etc.; lack of energy; listlessness; languor: It was yet another day of extreme heat and lassitude. What causes lassitude? Medical causes – unrelenting exhaustion may beRead More →

unproductive, inefficient, inadequate, impotent, ineffective, futile, insufficient, hopeless, idle, unable, unavailing, vain, weak. What is another term synonym? British Dictionary definitions for synonym synonym. / (ˈsɪnənɪm) / noun. a word that means the same or nearly the same as another word, such as bucket and pail. What is the synonymsRead More →

It is generally accepted that hydrocarbons are formed by the thermal alteration of these kerogens (the biogenic theory). In this way, given certain conditions (which are largely temperature-dependent) kerogens will break down to form hydrocarbons through a chemical process known as cracking, or catagenesis. What is difference between lithification andRead More →

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for splenetic Sounds like he is very much planetic i.e very much thinking no plan is suit for him. Note that many of the words with roots from body organs mean irritable. Examples: splenetic, spleen, bilious, atrabilious, dyspeptic, livery, and liverish. How do I memorize turpitude? MnemonicsRead More →

Turns out, the term “graupel” was new to some Irish people, with one person replying to the Carlow Weather tweet saying “You learn something every day!” and another who said, “Well, that’s a new one on me (and it’s been ‘on’ me on several occasions over the last two days!)”Read More →