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Listless | Meaning + Examples

Listless | Meaning + Examples

  listless having no energy or enthusiasm     Two Example Dialogues Using 'Listless'   😊: How is Sancho doing? 😟: He's been...

Well-Heeled | Meaning + Examples

Well-Heeled | Meaning + Examples

  well-heeled (informal) having a lot of money     Two Example Dialogues Using 'Well-Heeled'   πŸ™‚: Everyone gives me a lot of...

Cloak-and-Dagger | Meaning + Examples

Cloak-and-Dagger | Meaning + Examples

  cloak-and-dagger (almost always before noun) cloak-and-dagger activities are secret and mysterious, sometimes in a way that people think is...

Kibitz | Meaning + Examples

Kibitz | Meaning + Examples

  kibitz (informal) (usually either disapproving or humorous) to watch other people doing something and make comments or give advice about it,...

Mouser | Meaning + Examples

Mouser | Meaning + Examples

  mouser a cat that catches mice     Two Example Dialogues Using 'Mouser'   πŸ˜‰: Pincy isn't just a pretty face, by the way. She...

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Learn 5 Phrasal Verbs with Drop

Learn 5 Phrasal Verbs with Drop

Drop has a lot of meanings in English! Has anyone ever told you to drop dead after you dropped the ball on a project? Did you drop a bombshell on...

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Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

Guest post by Rob of Ginseng English   What are transitive and intransitive verbs?   When you are learning a new verb, one of the most...

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Hey! What’s So…Punny?

Hey! What’s So…Punny?

Guest post by Sheila MacKechnie Murtha, co-author of the English the American Way ESL series     Okay, raise your hand if you like to...

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