Notes On The And Its Effect On Society

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1. Tenuous- very weak or slight Noun
The already tenuous relationship was destroyed when she found out he was cheating on her.

2. Recurring- occur again, periodically, or repeatedly
Once break ended, Stan had a recurring memory of his time on the beach.

3. Interminably- incapable of being terminated; unending:
It seemed like the rain was interminably falling during the hurricane.

4. Immutable- unchanging over time or unable to be changed.
When I told the secretary I could not make my appointment and asked if he could change it, he said sorry, it is immutable.

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5. Interfused- join or mix (two or more things) together.
The smoothie was interfused with all kinds of fruits and berries.

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The music from the chorus room was audible downstairs.

16. Secretions- a process by which substances are produced and discharged from a cell, gland, or organ for a particular function in the organism or for excretion.
The secretions that occur when your stomach hurts is called throw up.

17. Blancmange- a sweet opaque gelatinous dessert made with cornstarch and milk.
For dessert on my birthday, my mom made me blancmange.

18. Nimble- quick and light in movement or action; agile.
The small mouse was nimble enough to cross the street without waiting for the cars to stop

19. Midas touch- To have a taste for wealth, greedy
The billionaire was known to have a Midas touch.

20. Shaft- a long, narrow part or section forming the handle of a tool or club, the body of a spear or arrow, or a similar implement.
If you get shot by an arrow, make sure the shaft stays attached to the head or else it could get stuck.

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21. Inducted- admit (someone) formally to a position or organization
The football legend was inducted to the hall of fame last night.

22. Victrola- a brand of phonograph
At the antique shop I saw a Victrola.

23. Spinster- an unmarried woman, typically an older woman beyond the usual age for marriage
The spinster was looking for a man to marry but she was told she was too old.

24. Grudging- given, granted, or allowed only reluctantly or resentfully
She grudgingly
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