Here is my story using 10 words of the day 🙂 . Would love to read your comments, discussions on the story, even better if you drop your word story for the day. ❤
|aphasia||(n) inability (or impaired ability) to understand or produce speech, as a result of brain damage.|
|benefactor||(n) a person who gives money or other help to a person or cause.
-“a low-interest loan from a benefactor allowed them to build a floor for the exhibition hall”
|cession||(n) the formal giving up of rights, property, or territory by a state.
-“the cession of twenty important towns”
|deference||(n) polite submission and respect.
-“he addressed her with the deference due to age”
|embrace||(v) hold (someone) closely in one’s arms, especially as a sign of affection.
-“Aunt Sophie embraced her warmly”
(v) accept (a belief, theory, or change) willingly and enthusiastically.
-“besides traditional methods, artists are embracing new technology”
(v) include or contain (something) as a constituent part.
-“his career embraces a number of activities—composing, playing, and acting”
(n) an act of holding someone closely in one’s arms.
-“they were locked in an embrace”
(n) used to refer to something which is regarded as surrounding, holding, or restricting someone.
-“totalitarianism has meant that no interest falls outside the embrace of the state”
(n) an act of accepting something willingly or enthusiastically.
– “their eager embrace of foreign influences”
|finite||(a) limited in size or extent.
-“every computer has a finite amount of memory”
(a) (of a verb form) having a specific tense, number, and person.
|glaring||(a) giving out or reflecting a strong or dazzling light.
-“the glaring sun”
(a) staring fiercely or fixedly.
-“their glaring eyes” (a) highly obvious or conspicuous.
-“there is a glaring omission in the data”
|hireling||(n) a person employed to do menial work.
-“he is a poorly paid hireling of a wealthy white woman”
(n) a person who works purely for material reward.
-“the government’s paid hirelings assure us that we’re on our way out of recession”
|imponderable||(n) a factor that is difficult or impossible to estimate or assess.
-“there are too many imponderables for an overall prediction”
(a) difficult or impossible to estimate or assess.
-“imponderable longer-term prospects”
(a) very light.
|kneel||(v) be in or assume a position in which the body is supported by a knee or the knees, as when praying or showing submission.
-“they knelt down and prayed”