|Saturday, February 10, 2001||
Loquacious (lo-kway’shus): talkative
Synonyms: garrulous, babblative, chatty
Antonyms: silent, reserved
— She is so loquacious that people avoid her in every party.
Lucid (Lew’sid): clearly expressed
Synonyms: explicit, illuminating
Antonyms: dark, unclear, ambiguous
— He gave a lucid
explanation of the theory.
Synonyms: agitated, excited
Antonyms: calm, placid, unruffled, composed
— She was overwrought after the argument with the neighbours.
Plausible (plawz’i-bl): believable, reasonable
Synonyms: valid, logical, credible, feasible
Antonyms: unbelievable, implausible, illogical, improbable
— I don’t find his story plausible.
Synonyms: boisterous, unruly, mischievous, lawless
Antonyms: law-abiding, mannerly, orderly, peaceful
— The rowdy mob set fire to the building.
Turbulent (tur’bew-lent): disturbed
Synonyms: tumultuous, disorderly
Antonyms: calm, smooth, placid, tranquil
—Turbulent weather conditions delayed our flight.
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The Black Death: The name was given to the Great Pestilence or visitation of the Oriental Plague, which devastated most of the countries of Europe in the middle of the 14th century, and caused a large number of deaths in England in 1348-9.
A man who finds no satisfaction in himself seeks for it in vain. — Rochefoucould.
Tempestuous, blustering, fierce, stormy, furious, chaotic, uproarious.
— Illa Vij