Definition: (adjective) Too numerous to be counted. Synonyms: innumerable, myriad, numberless, uncounted, unnumbered, countless, infinite. Usage: Here, along the lines of multitudinous houses, up one street and down another, he wondered which of them might be occupied by her. Discuss
Definition: (adjective) Naive, innocent, or trusting, especially in a romantic or childlike way. Synonyms: childlike, simple. Usage: I knew that if I ever told her the truth about what I had done, she would lose that dewy-eyed innocence that I had worked so hard to preserve. Discuss
Definition: (adjective) Not anticipated. Synonyms: out of the blue, unforeseen. Usage: These unlooked-for blows have shaken me terribly, and these strange calamities have quite broken my spirit. Discuss
verb tr.: To force something into an insufficient or unsuitable space. noun: A tool to help slide one’s heel into a shoe.
Definition: (adjective) Capable of being borne though unpleasant. Synonyms: bearable, endurable, supportable. Usage: He winced as he felt the bump on his head, but he decided that as long as the pain was sufferable he would attend the dance. Discuss
noun: 1. The front upper part of a shoe. 2. Something patched up or improvised. 3. A short, introductory musical passage, usually improvised, repeated several times. verb tr: 1. To provide a shoe with a new vamp. 2. To piece together; to improvise. verb intr.: 1. To play a short, introductory musical passage several times. … Lire la suite
Definition: (verb) To make better. Synonyms: improve, amend. Usage: I sought to improve her manners and ameliorate her general tone. Discuss