We always talk about honor in literature, right? Whether you’re a man or a woman, a king or a janitor, honor is something you can’t sell or break, but it can define you, and according to Game of Thrones, it can definitely get you killed.
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Word: INTREPID (adj)
Synonyms: brave, daring, fearless
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Word: USURP (v)
Meaning: to seize and hold by force or without legal authority OR to take over and occupy without right
Synonyms: seize, assume, take, commandeer
Word: JUBILATION (n)
Meaning: the act of rejoicing or a celebration/other expression of joy
Synonyms: celebration, euphoria, delight
So you’re home from college for the summer. You’re trading fun roommates, red Solo cups, and freedom for curfews, prying eyes, and lots of questions. Am I right? Things needn't be tumultuous - here are a few tips for enjoying your summer at home.
Everyone should have this word in their vocabulary because c’mon, let’s be real. Who doesn’t love saying behoove? So learn a lil’ something about it, try it out in a sentence to your mom, and then unleash this gem on the world!
After all that anticipation for graduation, and within mere hours it’s over. We get it – you’re feeling definitely accomplished but also a little rushed. Here are some ways to help you savor graduation.
Word of the Week: Elusive
Word: ELUSIVE (adj)
Meaning: hard to find or hold on to
Synonyms: evasive, undefinable, subtle, mysterious, abstract, obscure
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