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Meaning: If something knocks your socks off, it amazes you and surprises you.
abroad adv. to or in another country
actually adv. being in existence, real or factual
adj. actual Syn. truly
They were actually very good soccer players.
The actual time allotted to complete the test is two hours.
adverse adj. displeasing, objectionable, or bad
adv. adversely Syn. unfavorable
Adverse weather conditions made it difficult to play the game.
His indecision adversely affected his job performance.
advice n. a recommendation given by someone not associated with the problem or situation
v. advise adj. advisable Syn. suggestion n. advisability
Good advice is hard to find.
It is not advisable to stay up late the night before a test.
attractive adj. calling attention to, pleasing, creating interest, pretty
n. attraction Syn. appealing
The idea of working four, 10-hour work days was attractive to the employees.
The major attraction of the show was a speech by the president.
ideal adj. having no flaw or mistake, excellent
adv. ideally n. ideal Syn. perfect
The beach is an ideal place to relax.
Candidates for the job should ideally have five years experience in similar positions.
persistent adj. continuous, refusing to give up, firm in action or decision
v. persist n. persistence adv. persistently Syn. constant
The attorney’s persistent questioning weakened the witness.
Her persistence earned her a spot on the team.
wide adj. extending over a large area
adv. widely Syn. broad
Pine forests are found over a wide area of the Pacific Northwest.
The senator has traveled wide1y.
autonomous adj. by itself, with no association
adv. autonomously Syn. independent
Mexico became an autonomous state in 1817.
Although working closely with the government, all businesses function autonomously.
disapproval n. the act of disagreeing, not giving approval
adv. disapprovingly Syn. objection
Their disapproval of the plan caused the experiment to be abandoned.
The students disapproved of the plan of study.
disruptive adj. causing confusion and interruption
v. disrupt Syn. disturbing
Frequent questions during lectures can be disruptive.
The storm caused a disruption in bus service.
haphazardly adv. having no order or pattern, by chance
adj. haphazard Syn. arbitrarily, carelessly
It was obvious that the house was built haphazardly.
Susan completed the assignment in a haphazard way.
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