Friday, 30 January 2015

Day 11


  • ARSE (v)
  1. To be silly, act stupid or mess around.
  2. To make, to bother.
  3. I can't be arsed to write that essay for tomorrow.
Eg:
  1. Stop arsing around ! You make me tupsy-turvy. 
  2. If one cannot be arsed to do something, one does not have the will to make the effort to do it.
  3. I can't be arsed to write the essay for tomorrow.

  • SNUGGY
  1. women's long, warm underwear

Eg:
  1. She wears snuggy to keep her warm on the winter.

  • GORY (adj)
  1. covered with blood, very bloody
  2. unpleasant
Eg :
  1. As she bent to tie her shoes, a gory vision made her stagger.
  2. The Japanese press showed photos of the gory scene.

  • STAGGER
  1. to move unsteadily, as though about to collapse; totter, sway, or reel, as from a blow, fatigue, drunkenness
  2. to lose determination, strength of purpose
Eg:
  1. She was stagger and had hit the wall which then she was rescued by a charming man.
  2. After losing in the battle, she had stagger.

  • ENORMITY
  1. The huge size or scale of something, or is defined as something that is defined as extremely important.
Eg:
  1. First step is to grasp the enormity of the challenge.