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Genial ADJECTIVE 1. kind: having a kind and good-natured disposition or manner 2. mild: pleasantly mild and warm so as to be conducive to life and growth
Accentuate • verb (used with object), ac·cen·tu·at·ed, ac·cen·tu·at·ing. • 1. to give emphasis or prominence to. • 2. to mark or pronounce with an accent.
Contrast 1. verb (used with object) 1. to compare in order to show unlikeness or differences; note the opposite natures, purposes, etc. , of: 2. verb (used without object) 2. to exhibit unlikeness on comparison with something else; form a contrast.
Predict verb (used with object) 1. to declare or tell in advance; prophesy; foretell
Quandary • a state of uncertainty or indecision as to what to do in a difficult situation
Analyze • Verb - break something down into components: to find out what something is made up of by identifying its constituent parts • Synonyms: examine, study, investigate, scrutinize, evaluate, consider, question, explore, probe, dissect, inspect.
Suffrage • 1. right to vote: The right to vote in public elections • 2. act of voting: a vote or the act of voting th • 15 Amendment • Synonyms: empowerment, naturalization, manumission.
Tranquility • 1. the quality or condition of being free from anxiety, tension, or restlessness • 2. free from commotion or restlessness
Unflappable Adjective • 1. Not easily upset or excited • 2. Calm
Misnomer Noun 1. An error in naming a person or place 2. A name or designation wrongly or unsuitably applied To call a whale a “fish” is to use a misnomer. Daddy, look at that fish!