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~ POWERFUL WORDS ~ Part 3

11-20-13 Power

The words are written in a way to help with the correct pronunciation ~ remember them and do use them . . .


1. Rock­star -> Thinking like or acting like a ‘rockstar’ means you are very special and unique.


2. Major -> A ‘major’ is a military officer of a high rank or the subject in which a person focuses his academic study and gets his degree.

An example of a major is an army officer who ranks above captain.
An example of a major is English or math.

The definition of major is something that is greater, very consequential, serious or important.

An example of major is a huge decision about your future.
An example of major is an event such as heart surgery.

3. Excit­ing -> ‘Exciting’ is someone or something that produces intense, thrilling feelings or emotions.
An example of exciting used as an adjective is an exciting movie, a suspenseful movie.


4. Immense -> The definition of immense is something that is extremely large.
An example of immense is the cooking talent of chef Wolfgang Puck.


5. Per­fect -> ‘Perfect’ is someone or something that is excellent, correct and flawless.

An example of perfect is a soft avocado without bruises.
An example of perfect is a female singer who sings contralto, mezzo soprano and soprano.
An example of perfect is right size allen wrench for the job.

‘Perfect’ is also defined as to complete something or sharpen one's skills.
An example of perfect is a gymnast achieving a landing without a slip up.


6. Strange-> The definition of strange is an unfamiliar or unusual person, place or thing.

An example of strange is a city someone is visiting for the first time.
An example of strange is food that a person hasn't eaten before.


7. Bril­liant -> The definition of brilliant is someone or something that is very bright, either in terms of intelligence or because it is shiny or intensely coloured.

An example of bright is an A student who is at the top of his glass.
An example of bright is a sparkly diamond.
An example of bright is an intense colour like peacock blue.


8. Lat­est -> Something that is the ‘latest’ is the newest or most up to date.
An example of latest used as an adjective is the most current news; the latest news.

Latest is defined as the newest.
An example of latest is in describing the newest version of something: "This is the latest."


9. Absolutely -> The definition of brilliant is someone or something that is very bright, either in terms of intelligence or because it is shiny or intensely coloured.

An example of bright is an A student who is at the top of his glass.
An example of bright is a sparkly diamond.
An example of bright is an intense colour like peacock blue.


10. Explo­sive -> Is something causing, or having the nature of, an explosion;

tending to explode; esp., tending to burst forth noisily
likely to explode, as in violence: an explosive situation

An explosive is a substance that can explode, as gunpowder


Make your conversations even more ‘exciting’ ~ check-in tomorrow for more 'brilliant' words ...


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