Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Day 17


  • FOND
  1. having a strong affection for someone or something.
Eg:
  1. This mother is very fond of her baby.



  • GLEAM
  1. A brief beam or flash of light.
  2. A steady but subdued shining; a glow: the gleam of burnished gold.
  3. A brief or dim indication; a trace.
Eg:
  1. I saw gleams of daylight through the cracks of the huge stone.
  2. The gleam of burnished gold had really attracted me.
  3. A gleam of intelligence.

  • AUDIBLY
  1. that can be heard; loud enough to be heard
Eg:
  1. He sighed audibly and rubbed the back of his neck again.

  • STOMP (v)
  1. To bring the foot down onto an object or surface forcibly.
  2. To tread or trample heavily or violently.
  3. To walk with forcible, heavy steps 
Eg:
  1. He stomped on the gas pedal so that the car become more faster.
  2. stomped on the sidewalk to get the dirt off my shoes.
  3. He got mad and stomped out of the room.

  • SUEDE (n)
  1. A type of soft leather, made from calfskin, with a brushed texture to resemble fabric, often used to make boots, clothing and fashion accessories.
Eg:
  1. He is wearing a blue shirt, beige jumper, gray overcoat, gray trousers and a red suede shoes.