Saturday, 7 February 2015

Day 20


  • CHORTLE
  1. A joyful, somewhat muffled laugh, rather like a snorting chuckle.
Eg:
  1. He frequently interrupted himself with chortles while he told us his favorite joke.

  • TOUSLE
  1. To disarrange or rumple; dishevel.
  2. A disheveled mass, as of hair.
Eg:
  1. She had a tousle hair as she just woke up from her bed. 


  • PROSTITUTE
  1. A person who performs sexual activity for payment, especially a woman
Eg:
  1. She currently work as a prostitute in order to pay off her university debts.

  • KERB
  1. The edge between the pavement and the roadway
Eg:
  1. We can see a lot of kerbstones along the highway.

  • SOLICITOR (n)
  1. One that solicits, especially one that seeks trade or contributions.
  2. An attorney holding a public office that handles cases involving a city, state, or other jurisdiction.
  3. Chiefly British An attorney who advises clients on legal matters, represents clients in certain lower courts, and prepares cases for barristers to present in the higher courts.
  4. Canadian A barrister and solicitor; a lawyer.