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.
  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.

  1. women's long, warm underwear

  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.

  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
  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.

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

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