“Dont aggravate me by interrupting.”
“Scratching your rash will only aggravate the condition.”
- to irritate or annoy
- to make worse.
“Do you fully comprehend my instructions?”
Verb - to understand fully
“Whenever the cruel kind was angry, all his servants would cower.”
Verb - to crouch and tremble; to shrink back in fear or beacuse of pain.
“Did your house endure the earthquake?”
“I don’t think I can endure any more complaints.”
- to last; to continue to exist
- to put up with or bear; to show lasting strength
“My frugal parents often serve leftovers.”
Adjective - thrifty; not wasteful
“Our efforts to put out the fire were futile.”
Adjective - useless; worthless or hopeless; not effective
“Blue whales are immense creatures.”
Adjective - huge, enormous
“A light jacket is insufficient on a freezing day.”
Adjective - not as much as is needed
“Plowing rocky soil is a laborious job.”
Adjective - involving or requiring labor or much hard work; difficult.
“It is reasonable to fear someone who shows malice toward you.”
Noun - the desire to harm another; ill will
“A flea is a parasite.”
- a plant or animal that lives on (or within) another from which it gets food.
- one who lives at another’s expense without contributing anything of value.
“Our flat tire put us in a predicament.”
Noun - a difficult or unpleasant situation
“People used to scoff at early automobiles, but that attitude didn’t last.”
Verb - to show scorn; to look down on or make fun of someone or something.
“Let’s not argue about trivial things.”
Adjective - not valuable or important.
“The group’s decision was unanimous.”
Adjective - in (or based on) complete agreement