Thursday, July 13, 2017



◆Sorrowful - feeling or showing grief.
◆Rushed - done or completed too hurriedly; hasty.
◆Stirring - causing excitement or strong emotion; rousing.
◆Renditions - a performance or interpretation, especially of a dramatic role or piece of music.
◆Grit - courage and resolve; strength of character.
◆Deluge - a severe flood.
◆Dispersing - go or cause to go in different directions.
◆Abatement - ending or subsiding.
◆Tendency - an inclination towards a particular characteristic or type of behaviour.
◆Aberrant - diverging from the normal type.
◆Precipitation - rain, snow, sleet, or hail that falls to or condenses on the ground.
◆Extensively - to a large or detailed degree.
◆Phenomenon - a fact or situation that is observed to exist or happen, especially one whose cause or explanation is in question.
◆Confined - (of a space) restricted in area or volume; cramped.
◆Rehabilitation - the action of restoring someone to health or normal life through training and therapy after imprisonment, addiction, or illness.
◆Embankment - a wall or bank of earth or stone built to prevent a river flooding an area.

◆Credentials - a qualification, achievement, quality, or aspect of a person's background, especially when used to indicate their suitability for something.
◆Forgone - past
◆Emerge - become apparent or prominent.
◆Transition - the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another.
◆Bitterness - anger and disappointment at being treated unfairly; resentment.
◆Prevailed - prove more powerful or superior.
◆Reckoning - the action or process of calculating or estimating something
◆Subsequently - after a particular thing has happened; afterwards.
◆Speculation - the forming of a theory or conjecture without firm evidence.
◆Stints - supply a very ungenerous or inadequate amount of (something).
◆Overshadow - appear more prominent or important than.
◆Astute - having or showing an ability to accurately assess situations or people and turn this to one's advantage.
◆Embarks - begin (a course of action)
Immense - extremely large or great, especially in scale or degree.
◆Unleash - release

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