Friday, 23 January 2015

Day 6


  • SQUABBLE
  1. to argue about something unimportant 
  2. synonyms: fight, quarrel, have a row
Eg:
  1. They always squabble about their mother's wealth.

  • SILHOUETTE
  1. a dark image, shadow, or shape that you see against a light background
  2.  drawing of something or someone, often from the side, showing a black shape against a light background
  3. the particular shape certain clothes give you

Eg:
  1. During sunset, I can see a dark silhouette of domes and minarets near the well-known building in Europe. 
  2. It is winter and I can see silhouette pictures of snowmen and reindeer
  3. Fitted clothes often give the neatest silhouettes.

  • FERAL
  1. feral animals used to live with humans but have become wild
Eg:
  1. The black, dotted cat had become feral after being pampered with its owner.

  • KINDRED
  1. someone who thinks and feels the way you do
  2. belonging to the same group or family
Eg:
  1. We had a kindred spirit as we taught of the same thing about the movie.
  2. The protest included members of Free the Streets and kindred organisations to protest about the new rule of street. 

  • HARK
  1. used when you think someone is saying something stupid or acting as if they are more important than they really are
  2. used to tell someone to listen
Eg :
  1. 'Hark at him! I bet he couldn't do any better,' said Sam in the meeting seriously.
  2. It's useless to continually hark back to the past when it is not really that important.

And finally, the thirty words had been published. Feeling better right now actually. :)