Vocabulary #3

Vocabulary #3 - 1. Drench, verb. To wet thoroughly; soak. I...

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1. Drench , verb. To wet thoroughly; soak. “I was hurrying home in order to avoid getting totally drenched by the April showers, which filled the cold night air.” Source : online reading 2. Droop , verb. To sag, sink, bend, or hang down, as from weakness, exhaustion, or lack of support. “My sunflowers are now drooping and i wish to take seeds from them.” Source : textbook 3. Genial , adj. favorable for life, growth, or comfort; pleasantly warm; comfortably mild. “Hawaii is a great place with genial climate.” Source : online reading 4. Douse , verb. To plunge into water or the like; drench. “She doused the clothes in soapy water.” Source : online reading 5. Byproduct , noun. The result of another action, often unforeseen or unintended. “Animals on fur factory farms are fed meat byproducts considered unfit for human consumption.” Source : online reading 6. Daunt , verb. To lessen the courage of; dishearten. “Don't be daunted by the amount of work still to be done.” Source
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course BUS 596R taught by Professor Ogden during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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Vocabulary #3 - 1. Drench, verb. To wet thoroughly; soak. I...

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