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~ POWERFUL WORDS ~ Part 6

11-24-13 Power

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


1. Mega --> ‘Mega’ is something great in size, quantity, etc., often in relation to others of its kind:

large, great, powerful: megacephalic, megaphone
one million; the factor 10: megahertz, megaton

2. Excel­lent --> The definition of ‘excellent’ is someone or something as exceptional or of high quality.

An example of excellent is the taste of fine chocolate to a chocolate lover.

3. Unbe­liev­able --> ‘Unbelievable’ is something beyond belief; astounding; incredible.

4. Effec­tive --> The definition of ‘effective’ is something that is able to achieve a desired outcome or end result.

An example of effective is a good solid argument that lets you convince others of your point.

5. Cur­rent --> The definition of ‘current’ is something that is happening now or something that is up to date.

An example of current is today's newspaper.

The noun ‘current’ is defined as the movement of water in a specific direction.

An example of current is when a river moves towards a waterfall.

6. Awe­some --> ‘Awesome’ is something that is wonderful, impressive and sometimes frightening.

The sight of a huge, destructive tornado is an example of something that is awesome.
A play that you really like is awesome.

7. Recent --> The definition of ‘recent’ is something that happened just a short time ago.

An event that happened an hour ago is an example of an event that would be described as ‘recent’.

8. Reasons --> To ‘reason’ is to think things through, to use logic, or to try to solve a problem with logic.

An example of reason is when you think though a problem logically.

‘Reason’ is also the cause for something to happen or the power of your brain to think, understand and engage in logical thought.

An example of reason is when you are late because your car ran out of gas.
An example of reason is the ability to think logically.

9. Shocking --> ‘Shocking” is having an effect similar to that of a heavy blow or shock; staggering: the shocking news of his death.

10. Inspiring --> ‘Inspiring’ is an adjective that means tending to arouse or exalt: an inspiring eulogy.


Using these words will make your conversations and writing-style change from ‘okay’ to ‘awesome’...!



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