Top-10 Vocabs of the day-6
- Propitiatemeans to appease someone or make them happy by doing a particular thing.
- make peace with.
- Synonyms – appease, conciliate, make up, patch up, reconcile, settle
- To capitulate means to give in to something.
- surrender under agreed conditions.
- Synonyms- give up, surrender
- Slither means to move in a sideways motion, usually silently.
- pass or move unobtrusively or smoothly.
- Synonyms- slide, go, locomote, move, travel
- If you accuse someone of committing an offense, you indict them.
- accuse formally of a crime.
- Synonyms- accuse, charge
- To subjugate is to repress someone, or to make them subservient to you.
- make subservient; force to submit or subdue.
- Synonyms-subject, dragoon, enslave, dominate, master
- The verb relish means to enjoy something immensely.
- vigorous and enthusiastic enjoyment.
- Synonyms-gusto, zest, zestfulness, enjoyment, enthusiasm
- If you accede, it means you agree with someone or give in to his or her wish.
- yield to another’s wish or opinion.
- Synonyms-bow, defer, give in,buckle under, give in, knuckle under, succumb, yield
- Anything that is divided into two parts can be described as bifurcated.
- divided into or made up of two parts.
- Synonyms-bifid, bifurcate, biramous, branched, forficate, fork-like, forked, pronged, prongy
- If you are despondent, you are discouraged, very sad, and without hope.
- If you are depressed, you might describe your mood as despondent.
- Synonyms-heartsick, hopeless
- absorbing all one’s attention or interest.
- capable of arousing and holding the attention.
- Synonyms-absorbing, fascinating, gripping, riveting, interesting