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51. wary / chary / awry

chary: If you are chary of doing something, you are fairly cautious about doing it.

awry: If something goes awry, it does not happen in the way it was planned.

wary – 谨慎的

52. ignoble(卑鄙的) / ignorable(可忽略的)

53. glib / glide / gild / goad

glib: If you describe what someone says as glib, you disapprove of it because it implies that something is simple or easy, or that there are no problems involved, when this is not the case.

glide: If you glide somewhere, you move silently and in a smooth and effortless way.

gild: If you gild a surface, you cover it in a thin layer of gold or gold paint.

goad: If you goad someone, you deliberately make them feel angry or irritated, often causing them to react by doing something.

54. voracious / veracious

voracious: If you describe a person, or their appetite for something, as

voracious, you mean that they want a lot of something. (LITERARY)

veracious: truthful, honest.

55. ingenuous / ingenious / indigent / indigenous

ingenuous: If you describe someone as ingenuous, you mean that they are innocent, trusting, and honest. (FORMAL)

ingenious: Something that is ingenious is very clever and involves new ideas, methods, or equipment.

indigent: Someone who is indigent is very poor. (FORMAL)

indigenous: Indigenous people or things belong to the country in which they are found, rather than coming there or being brought there from another country. (FORMAL)(=native)

56. sympathy / apathy / antipathy / pathetic

apathy: You can use apathy to talk about someone's state of mind if you are criticizing them because they do not seem to be interested in or enthusiastic about anything.(=indifferent)

antipathy: Antipathy is a strong feeling of dislike or hostility towards someone or something. (FORMAL)

pathetic: If you describe a person or animal as pathetic, you mean that they are sad and weak or helpless, and they make you feel very sorry for them.

57. don / doff / dour

don: If you don clothing, you put it on. (WRITTEN)

doff: If you doff your hat or coat, you take it off. (OLD-FASHIONED)

dour: If you describe someone as dour, you mean that they are very serious and unfriendly.

58. impervious / imperious / impetuous / imperil

impervious: If you are impervious to someone's actions, you are not affected or influenced by them.

imperious: If you describe someone as imperious, you mean that they have a proud manner and expect to be obeyed.(WRITTEN)

impetuous: If you describe someone as impetuous, you mean that they are likely to act quickly and suddenly without thinking or being careful.

imperil: Something that imperils you puts you in danger. (FORMAL) (=endanger)

59. reap / heap / leap

reap – 收获,英⽂中我们经常说 to reap what you sow

60. blandish / brandish

blandish: to coax with flattery

brandish: If you brandish something, especially a weapon, you hold it in a threatening way.


61. vanish / varnish

varnish: The varnish on an object is the hard, clear, shiny surface that it has when it has been painted with varnish.(表饰)

vanish – 消失

62. veto / vote



63. viscid / viscous / vicious / vicarious / vivid

viscid: having an adhesive quality

viscous: A viscous liquid is thick and sticky.

vicious: A vicious person or a vicious blow is violent and cruel.

vicarious: A vicarious pleasure or feeling is experienced by watching, listening to, or reading about other people doing something, rather than by doing it yourself.(间接体验的;代理的)

64. prodigal / prodigious

prodigal: You can describe someone as a prodigal son or daughter if they leave their family or friends, often after a period of behaving badly, and then return at a later time as a better person. (LITERARY)

prodigious: Something that is prodigious is very large or impressive.(LITERARY)

65. seethe / soothe

seethe: When you are seething, you are very angry about something but do not express your feelings about it.

soothe: If you soothe someone who is angry or upset, you make them feel calmer.

Something that soothes a part of your body where there is pain or discomfort makes the pain or discomfort less severe.

66. trenchant / penchant

trenchant: You can use trenchant to describe something such as a criticism or comment that is very clear, effective, and forceful. (FORMAL)

penchant: If someone has a penchant for something, they have a special liking for it or a tendency to do it. (FORMAL)

67. command / commend / comment

commend: If you commend someone or something, you praise them formally. (FORMAL)

68. accent / ascent / ascend / scent

ascent: An ascent is an upward, vertical movement.

ascend: If someone ascends to an important position, they achieve it or are appointed to it. When someone ascends a throne, they become king, queen, or pope. (FORMAL)

69. daft / deft / dart

daft: If you describe a person or their behaviour as daft, you think that they are stupid, impractical, or rather strange. (BRIT INFORMAL)

deft: A deft action is skilful and often quick. (WRITTEN)

dart: If a person or animal darts somewhere, they move there suddenly and quickly. (WRITTEN)

If you dart a look at someone or something, or if your eyes dart to them, you look at them very quickly. (LITERARY)

70. woo / woe

woo: If you woo people, you try to encourage them to help you, support you, or vote for you, for example by promising them things which they would like.

woe: woe is very great sadness. (LITERARY)


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