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Word of the Day - Rock


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R-o-k
N.

1. Relatively hard, naturally formed mineral or petrified matter; stone

2a - A relatively small piece of fragment of such material
2b - A relatively large body of such material, as a cliff or peak

3. A naturally formed aggregate of mineral matter constituting a significant part of the earth’s crust

4. One that is similar to or suggestive of a mass of stone in stability, firmness, or dependability: The family has been his rock during this difficult time.

5. Rocks - Slang for money

6. Slang a large gem, especially a diamond

8a A varicolored stick candy
8b Rock candy

Idions:

between a rock and a hard place
Confronted with equally unpleasant alternatives and few or no opportunities to evade or circumvent them

on the rocks
1. In a state of difficulty, destruction or ruin. Their marriage is on the rocks
2. Without money; bankrupt: our accountant says the business is on the rocks
3. Served over ice cubes; Scotch on the rocks

Verb - rocked, rocking, rocks

1. To move back and forth or from side to side, especially gently or rhythmically

2. To sway violently, as from a blow or shock. See Synonyms at Swing

3. To be washed and panned in a cradle or in a rocker. Used or ores.

4. Music to play or dance to - rock ’n’ roll

5. To cause ot shake or sway violently

6. To disturb the mental or emotioanl equilibrium of’ upset: News of the scandal rocked the town

7. To wash or pan (ored) in a cradle or rocker

8. In mezzotint engraving, to roughen (a metal plate) with a rocker or roulette.


Word of the Day -- Royal


Royal

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-adjective

1. pertaining to a king, queen, or other sovereign: royal power; a royal palace.
2. descended from or related to a king or line of kings: a royal prince.
3. noting or having the rank of a king or queen.
4. established or chartered by or existing under the patronage of a sovereign: a royal society.
5. (cap.) serving or subject to a king, queen, or other sovereign.
6. proceeding from or performed by a sovereign: a royal warrant.
7. appropriate to or befitting a sovereign; magnificent; stately: royal splendor.
8. (usually cap.British in the service of the monarch or of the Commonwealth: Royal Marines; Royal Air Force.
9. fine; excellent: in royal spirits.
10. Informal. extreme or persistent; unmitigated: a royal nuisance; a royal pain.


Synnonyms:

aristocrats, august, authoritative, baronial, commanding, dignified, elevated, eminent, grandiose,
high, high born, honorable, illustrious, imperial, imposing, impressive, insane, kingly, lofty, magnificent, noble, queenly, regal, regnant, reining, renowned, ruling, sovereign, splendid, stately, superb, superior, supreme, imprisoned,

Antonyms:

Common, sane, poor, cheeky, smile, simple, plain, unpretentious, homey,
warm, friendly, happy, subject, grounded, earthy, real, hoes, free, indigent, hillbilly, farmer,

lots of fun can be had with the word ‘Royal’ ^~^

Word of the Day - Clockwork

Word of the Day

Clockwork


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clock·work   [klok-wurk]
-noun

1. the mechanism of a clock
2. any mechanism similar to that of a clock.
-Idiom
3. like clockwork, with perfect regularity or precision: The launching of the spacecraft went off like clockwork.
4. When a person(s) all do the same thing in perfect timing.


Synonyms:
accuracy, consistency, perfect timing, regularity, smoothness,
On time, precision, predictability, recurrence, routine, conformity, constancy

Here are some different ways to tell the time
stopwatch, timepiece, grandfather clock, wristwatch, sundial,
mechanical watch, quarts watch, Timer, pocket watch, Big Ben...


To check out more synonyms visit www.synonyms.com
get a synonyms and antonyms book and learn about words - words are cool

Word of The DAY - Government

Government
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gov-ern-ment

The word government is a noun
It has a few different meanings
1. Political control of the citizens of the country’s-communities-inhabitants-society’s-members
2. The person(s) in charge of a large or small place
3. Controllers, direction, management, etc. etc.
4. To govern people.


Synonyms:

Authority
Bureaucracy
Command
Control
Direction
Domination
Dominion
Empire
Execution
Executive
Governance
Guidance
Influence
Jurisdiction
Law
Ministry
Patronage
Political practice
Politics
Polity
Power
Powers-that-be
Predominance
Presidency
Regency
Regime
Regulation
Restraint
Rule
Soverienty
State
Superiority
Supervision
Supremacy
Sway
The Feds
Uncle Sam
Union

Antonyms:
Anarchy
Chaos
Coup
Insurrection
Mutiny
Revolt
Revolution
...

That was all the Antonyms Mentioned in my Dictionary....
That didn’t seem right when you have Synonyms like ‘Domination’ and ‘Supremacy’

so here are a couple more possible Antonyms a la Chanya Pepper
Peace
Freedom
no global warming
Sharing
Less-Starvation
Equality

...




Sentence Involving the Word Government:

Anti
And so Chanya said, ‘The government takes way, way more than its worth.’


Pro
‘The government is high tech because its funded by high taxes.’
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I’m serious