92. To () is like to debate, to disagree about. I will not () the fact that he is a good athlete but I will () the fact that he is a good person. () (VT) there. () as a noun- they had a () about the government's decision. A disagreement.
93. To () is to cut apart. To () a frog. Medical students () frogs and cats and all kinds of animals to understand the inner organs and workings.
94. To (), very similar to disperse. To () is to scatter something. I said disperse (VI) the crowd dispersed after the accident. To () is VT. That is, he () his fortune quickly. Scattered it, lost it, wasted it. He leads a () life, drinks too much, runs around too much. To ().
95. To () is the opposite of persuade. He persuaded me to go with him. I () him from doing this dastardly deed, this reprehensible (or bad) deed.
96. To () is to hand out and give to people. The medical students () little pamphlets or pieces of paper that have to do with the crisis of the doctors and pharmacists.
97. To () is to upset the composure of. Some news () me, meaning I felt composed, I was calm and happy, but the news () me. On hotel doors, you hang out the sign, "Do not ()," meaning I don't want any company now, I don't want to be interrupted, I'm sleeping or doing something.
98. To divert, to deter kind of. To () funds. Let's say the government plans to spend billions on some highway. They () the funds to some other cause.
99. having to do with the supernatural, God, specifically, or Gods. () intervention. Only () intervention can help him on his test. Only if God intervenes and helps him directly.
100. To () is to reveal. To () a secret.
101. () means calm, easily instructed, easily leadable. An animal, a child, especially a () child. Doesn't fight, doesn't resist.
102. Not a very serious word, almost slang. To () is to wander around, not have a home, wander from place to place. A () is a person who does this. Probably poor.
1. The tide waxes and (). If things wax, they grow. If they wain, they diminish, they become smaller. () is to slip away, like the tide. His strength () as the game went on.
2. Out of the ordinary but strange, bizarre. My haircut is a bit () and maybe I'm a little (). Maybe we're all pretty (). The more closely one looks at any human being, the more () that person becomes.
3. Usually it means joyful, out of one's mind in joy. It's a superlative. Superlatives are always full of exaggeration and inflated, but I was () when I heard the good news.
4. () is a noun. The () of the table. To () closer to the leader means to move at a slow but steady pace towards some objective.
5. () is an imitation, a copy of something. The most common use has been, he was hung in (), meaning they made a statue or a doll that look like him and then they hung him or burned him, meaning they didn't like him.
6. almost the same as ecstatic. Indescribably full of joy. Gushing the real meaning. Emotionally gushing. She was () in her praise of the dancers. Gushing.
7. to throw out. In sports, in baseball, he was () from the game. A pilot, whose plane is going down, tries to () from his planes (VI). They () him (VT). To throw out.
8. flexible. () band, but to be () is like to be resilient, to be flexible. Not used much in that way, though.
9. kind of like ecstatic. I was () when I heard the news.
10. to excite incredibly, intensely. Electrify is to excite. The crowd was () by the athlete's performance.
11. It comes from the Latin root which means to elect. So a person who is () can be elected. A student is () for a visa if the student can produce certain documents and papers and so forth.
12. () is a word from mathematics, I think. An () curve, an ellipses, but ellipses or () marks suggest something that's skipped. In any case, () is a curve which leaps over something, in common use.
13. () is to analyze and explain. He () his theory of relativity.
14. to come from. A bad odor () from the hole in the ground.