Cool Word Challenge: Exculpate and Buttress

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Cool Word Challenge: Just for fun, come up with one sentence that uses both of the cool vocabulary words that you learned this week.

Here are the words again:

Exculpate: To clear of wrong-doing; to absolve.

Buttress: To provide stability; to support physically.
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Cool Word Challenge: Pathos and Vexing

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Cool Word Challenge: Just for fun, come up with one sentence that uses both of the cool vocabulary words that you learned this week.

Here are the words again:

Pathos: A quality that evokes sorrow or pity.

Vexing: Causing irritation or annoyance.

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Cool Word Challenge: Jabber and Exigent

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Cool Word Challenge: Just for fun, come up with one sentence that uses both of the cool vocabulary words that you learned this week.

Here are the words again:

Jabber: To talk rapidly in a noisy, excited and/or unintelligible way.

Exigent: Urgent; requiring immediate attention; critical.

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Vocab Practice: Gubernatorial

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This word appeared on the Cool Word Club website on Nov. 2, 2015.

Let’s do a practice round!

Gubernatorial means:

A) Relating to an officer at a bank
B) Relating to a federal official
C) Relating to the governor of a US state
D) Relating to an educator at a university

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Cool Word Challenge: Gubernatorial and Ovation

cool-word-challange-gubernatorial-ovationCool Word Challenge: Just for fun, come up with one sentence that uses both of the cool vocabulary words that you learned this week.

Here are the words again:

Gubernatorial: Relating to the governor of a U.S. state.

Ovation: An enthusiastic show of public approval, often in the form of prolonged applause.
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Cool Word Challenge: Ingurgitate and Don

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Cool Word Challenge: Just for fun, come up with one sentence that uses both of the cool vocabulary words that you learned this week.

Here are the words again:

Ingurgitate: To swallow greedily or in large quantities.

Don: To put on, as in clothing or a hat.

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Cool Word Challenge: Horde and Skittish

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Cool Word Challenge: Just for fun, come up with one sentence that uses both of the cool vocabulary words that you learned this week.

Here are the words again:

Horde: A large group of people.

Skittish: Easily frightened; nervous.

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Cool Word Challenge: Veracity and Tacit

Cool Word Challenge Veracity and Tacit

Cool Word Challenge: Just for fun, come up with one sentence that uses both of the cool vocabulary words that you learned this week.

Here are the words again:

Veracity: Truthfulness; accuracy.

Tacit: Understood or expressed without words.

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Cool Word Challenge: Pseudonym and Tome

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Cool Word Challenge: Just for fun, come up with one sentence that uses both of the cool vocabulary words that you learned this week.

Here are the words again:

Pseudonym: A fictitious name.

Tome: A large or scholarly book.

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Cool Word Challenge: Concede and Prudent

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Cool Word Challenge: Just for fun, come up with one sentence that uses both of the cool vocabulary words that you learned this week.

Here are the words again:

Concede: To surrender or give up; to admit as true.

Prudent: Showing good judgment; marked by wisdom.

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