Flashcards in Lesson 16 Deck (12):
(convey a feeling, message, an impression)
* the manager of the store conveyed his displeasure directly to the workers.
* he was able to convey his message to the audience with ease.
* her plan of study encompasses every aspect of computer science.
* the course encompasses all the literature of the nineteenth century.
(heighten the chance)
* a very successful interview can heighten a candidate's chances to get a job.
* the public was in a heightened state of nervousness as the hurricane approached.
OPP deliberately, intentionally
* the reporter had inadvertently failed to include the name of one of the dignitaries.
* his inadvertent calculation caused him to derive the wrong answer.
(inevitable consequences of something)
* when two weather system meet, unsettled weather conditions are inevitable.
* the inevitability of the outcome made the challenge less exciting.
* the new theory is in its infancy and will be throughly tested by its critics.
* the author's infantile writing style appeals to young readers.
* the comedian mimicked the president's gesture.
* parrots mimic the speech that they hear in their surroundings
* will Detroit retrieve its status as the car manufacturing center of the world.
* this computerized information retrieval system is the most up-to date system available.
* rain is unlikely to occur during the dry season.
* it is unlikely that he will want to attend the conference.
* his negative reaction was unwarranted.
* the motorist felt that the ticket for the infraction was unwarranted.
* he reached the zenith of his profession at very young age.
* the publication of the book represented the zenith of his career.