Words from July 13-17

Five Words of the Work Week (July 13-17)


Goal: Fit word of the day in common conversion 


Gregarious (Adjective)- Fond of the company of others; sociable.

Example: Because of Frank’s gregarious personality, he received multiple investments for his business.


Voracious (Adjective)- Exceedingly eager or avid

Example: Warren Buffett is a voracious reader; on average he reads 400 pages a day.


Apprehension (Noun)- The act or power of perceiving or comprehending

Example: To master the sponge mentality, one must possess a sense of apprehension.


Interpellate (Verb)-  To question (someone, such as a foreign minister) formally concerning an official action or policy or personal conduct

Example: The news reporters interpellate breaking news with multiple biases.


Embellish (Verb)- To beautify by or as if by ornamentation; ornament; adorn.

Example: the family embellish the house in anticipation for the holiday season.

Quote of the Week:

“ To keep the peace, one must go where life is less lovely -W.e.b. Dubois


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