Friday, 23 January 2015

Day 4


  • COO (v)
  1. to make soft quiet sounds, or to speak in a soft quiet way
  2. when doves or pigeons coo, they make a low soft cry
Eg :
  1. "Darling...." he cooed to her girl before proposing her on a candlelight dinner under a light crescent moon near the Eiffel Tower. 

  • GRUESOME 
  1. very unpleasant or shocking, and involving someone being killed or badly injured
Eg :
  1. Police described the incident as a gruesome attack which had killed almost 200 persons in a blink of an eye.

  • MYTH (n)
  1. an idea or story that many people believe, but which is not true
  2. an ancient story, especially one invented in order to explain natural or historical events
Eg:
  1. The myth of Mahsuri is well-known in Malaysia especially in Langkawi because of her curse on that island .
  2. During my childhood, my grandmother often read me a myth and fairytale until I went to sleep soundly. 

  • COLLYWOBBLES
  1. British English informal an uncomfortable feeling that you get when you are very nervous
Eg:
  1. 'I feel collywobbles right now,' said Lydia to her mom.

  • TOPSY-TURVY (adj)
  1. in a state of complete disorder or confusion:
Eg:
  1. He left his room all topsy-turvy as he had late for his first class on Monday. 



Guess, here for now, I am topsy-turvy right here as I am late for my driving class. Next update will be tonight. ;)