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    Asperity:
    • Harshness.
    In a sentence:
    • The sergeants asperity yielded an obedient group of cadets; although he was unliked.
    Pronunciation:
    • a·speh·ruh·tee
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    Validity:
    • The quality of being logically or factually sound; soundness or cogency.
    In a sentence:
    • The president's scientific-backed evidence gave credibility and validity to his protest against climate change.
    Pronunciation:
    • vuh·li·duh·tee
     
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    Indelible:
    • Making marks that cannot be erased, removed, or forgotten.
    In a sentence:
    • The non-profit organization's donation to the homeless shelter made an indelible, long-lasting impact on the local community.
    Pronunciation: in·deh·li·bl
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    Myopic:
    • Nearsightedness; Lack of discernment or long-range perspective in thinking or planning.
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    • John was known for having a myopic perspective on life; the very reason why he never saved money for retirement.
    Pronunciation: mai·aa·puhk
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    Meticulous:
    • Showing great attention to detail; very careful and precise.
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    • @MisterF's meticulous attention to detail allowed him to swiftly resolve the ShitList.
    Pronunciation: muh·ti·kyuh·luhs

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    Instead of using the word HAPPY to describe one's emotions, try using one of these:

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    Instead of using the word SAD to describe one's emotions, try using one of these:

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    Cryptic:
    • Having a meaning that is mysterious or obscure.
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    • Her cryptic response made no sense to me until she explained where she's been for 4 days.
    Pronunciation: krip·tik
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    Instead of using the word BAD to describe one's emotions, use a more meaningful word, such as:

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    Ghastly, isn't that a Pokemon's name?
     
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    Instead of using the word SAID to describe one's actions, use a more meaningful word, such as:

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    Sinister:
    • Giving the impression that something harmful or evil is happening or will happen..
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    • There was something sinister about his speech; he hinted at some bad events occurring.
    Pronunciation: si·nuh·str
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    Concise:
    • Giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words; brief but comprehensive.
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    • John's speech was concise and to-the-point; it only lasted 10 minutes but he discussed all the important topics.
    Pronunciation: kuhn·sais
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    Abiquitous:
    • Present, appearing or found everywhere.
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    • His ambiquitous influence was felt by the school students; most decided to volunteer for the community food drive.
    Pronunciation: yoo·bi·kwuh·tuhs
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    Eloquent:
    • Fluent or persuasive in speaking or writing.
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    • Her writing was quite eloquent; it was error-free and flowed seamlessly..
    Pronunciation: eh·luh·kwnt
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    Expeditiously:
    • With speed and efficiency.
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    • @MisterF resolved the ShitList expeditiously; the buyer received his refund from the seller within 24 hours.
    Pronunciation: ek·spuh·di·shuh·slee
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    Erroneous:
    • Wrong; incorrect.
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    • The writer's delivered work had a few erroneous mistypes; three words were improperly spelled.
    Pronunciation: eur·ow·nee·uhs
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    Facetious:
    • Treating serious issues with deliberately inappropriate humor; flippant.
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    • Jerry's recommendation to use non-Native content on money sites was meant facetiously.
    Pronunciation: fuh·see·shuhs
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    Evanescent:
    • Vanishing quickly, lasting a very short time.
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    • The shooter was was beautiful, and, evanescent; it was visible for many 2 seconds.
    Pronunciation: eh·vuh·neh·snt
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