Friday, 30 January 2015

Day 13


  • COTERIE (n)
  1. A circle of people who associate with one another.
  2. An exclusive group of people, who associate closely for a common purpose; a clique.
  3. A communal burrow of prairie dogs.
Eg:
  1. The new junior employee joined our merry after-hours coterie.
  2. A tightly-knit coterie of executive power brokers made all the real decisions in the company.
  3. The coterie was located in the middle of our wheat field.

  • KIBBUTZ (n)
  1. A community, usually a village, based on a high level of social and economical sharing, equality, direct democracy and tight social relations.
Eg:
  1. In the top of the cliff there was a small kibbutz where there was a mosque and we perform our prayer there.

  • MOB (v)
  1. To crowd around and jostle or annoy, especially in anger or excessive enthusiasm: 
  2. To crowd into 
Eg:
  1. Eager fans mobbed the popular singer in the concert.
  2. Visitors mobbed the fairgrounds.

  • ELATE
  1.  to make happy, excited or proud.
Eg:
  1. She was elated to receive the proposal under a beam moonlight. 



  • WAGE
  1. One's total income for a time period
Eg:
  1. Wages were also raised to head off the increasing working class discontent.