Try to remember this word by thinking of another word: objection. This adjective means persistently determined to do wrong and annoy, as well as dead set against to anyone else’s point of view.
This complicated sounding verb actually has a simple meaning: to confuse, darken or make obscure or unclear.
Example: Jessica grew suspicious of the general contractor’s
(pronounced OB-zheh dahr)
A French term referring to something that is a work of art or that has some kind of artistic value, especially a fine antique or something considered to be “fine art” such
Don’t confuse this word with obvious, though it does share the same Latin roots. Obviate is a verb meaning to anticipate and make unnecessary, to hinder or stop something from happening, or to
In Latin this literally means “eye,” but we in the biz it’s used to describe – in general terms – an oval or circular window, or – in more specific terms – a
The term “ogee” can be used as an adjective to describe something with an S-shaped profile, or it can be used as a noun and be the item itself. The former is
(pronounced or-GAN-ik el-ee-DEE)
Talk about wave of the future. OLEDs – otherwise known as organic light emitting diodes – are positively space age. The technological advances are happening so fast on this stuff that you better read
Olefin is a type of synthetic fiber that is used in the production of carpet, upholstery and wallcovering. As any textile fiber does, it has its advantages and disadvantages. Advantages include: resistance
Though an omnibus can be used to refer to a motorized vehicle capable of transporting many riders or a volume comprised of many works, more often than not people
(pronounced OH-neh-rehs or AH-neh-rehs)
Said with the correct tone of voice, this word sounds a little like what it means: troublesome, imposing, daunting, or representing a burden.
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