Friday, 23 January 2015

Day 3

  1. Not firm or solid; weak or flimsy
  2. Very small or negligible, as in importance, size, or amount
  3. Lacking or appearing to lack substance or reality
  1. The shed is made of insubstantial materials.
  2. There is many insubstantial dusk in the old house as no one has ever comes here since the death of its owner five years ago.
  3. The insubstantial vapor of an autumn field releasing my stress. 

  1. any of the first or earliest known inhabitants of a certain region; native
  2. the native animals or plants of a certain region
Eg :
  1. We taught the aborigines some new skills during our community service in Kota Lata, Perak.

  1. a person who organizes and manages a business undertaking, assuming the risk for the sake of the profit
Eg :
  1. MARA is a global entrepreneurship and educational center. 

  • PROSODY (n)
  1. the science or art of versification, including the study of metrical structure, stanza forms, etc.
  2. a particular system or style of versification and metrical structure 
Eg :
  1. The prosody was significant and owed much to Scottish philosophical discourse.
  2. The role of prosody in a voice mail summarization  system.

  • MOORLAND (n)
  1. Open land that has an acidic peaty soil and is mostly covered with heather or bracken
Eg :
  1. On the moorland, you may see some tiny flowers with yellow centers.

That's all for now. I'll continue it later. 

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