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mayhem Part of Speech: noun Definition: chaos, confusion Synonyms: anarchy, commotion, destruction, disorder, fracas, havoc, pandemonium, trouble, violence Antonyms: calm, harmony, peace destruction Part of Speech: noun Definition: demolition, devastation Synonyms: abolishing, abolition, … Continue reading
indestructible adjective indestructible plastics: unbreakable, shatterproof, durable; lasting, enduring, everlasting, perennial, deathless, undying, immortal, inextinguishable, imperishable; informal heavy-duty, industrial-strength; literary adamantine impenetrable adjective 1 impossible to pass through or enter : a dark, impenetrable forest. • (of a club or … Continue reading
TV uses meaning 2 ravish verb [ trans. ] 1 archaic seize and carry off (someone) by force. • dated (of a man) force (a woman or girl) to have sexual intercourse against her will; rape. 2 (often be ravished) … Continue reading
stuff noun 1 matter, material, articles, or activities of a specified or indeterminate kind that are being referred to, indicated, or implied : a pickup truck picked the stuff up | a girl who’s good at the technical stuff. • … Continue reading
reclusive adjective avoiding the company of other people; solitary : a reclusive life in rural Ireland. Synonyms: a reclusive life in the mountains solitary, secluded, isolated, hermitlike, hermitic, eremitic, eremitical, cloistered. antonym gregarious. It’s been 15 years since Calvin and … Continue reading