Words From June 22-26

5 Words of the Work Week June 22-26


Goal: Use word of the day in common conversion


Subservient (Adjective)– prepared to obey others unquestioningly.

Example: The teacher’s strict grading policies, made the students subservient to her and the way they had to write their papers.


Elitist (Adjective)– (of a person or class of persons) considered superior by others or by themselves, as in intellect, talent, power, wealth, or position in society

Example: The elitist debate team did not allow James on the team because he had never spoke in front of an audience.


Rambunctious (Adjective)– Marked by uncontrollable exuberance : unruly

Example: The rambunctious kids at Chuck E. Cheeses harassed the mascots.


Dharma (Noun)– Essential quality or character, as of the cosmos or one’s own nature.

Example: The relentless pursuit of following one’s dharma, is a goal that everyone should strive for.


Desultory (Adjective)– Lacking a plan, purpose, or enthusiasm

Example: The Cowboys lost by 30 points because of their desultory preparation for their game against The Eagles.

Quote Of the Week:

“ Love your life. Perfect your life. Beautify all things in your life. Seek to make your life long and it’s purpose in the service of your people”- Chief Tecumseh


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