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Intrepidity meaning

intrepid

Noun: intrepidity Pronunciation: (in-tru’pi-du-tee) Intrepidity meaning: Resolute courageousness or fearlessness Synonyms: dauntlessness Derived forms: intrepidities, intrepid Quotations: François de la Rochefoucauld – Intrepidity is an extraordinary strength of soul which raises it above the troubles, …

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Infatuation meaning

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Infatuation is the state of being carried away by a foolish and extravagant passion, love or admiration. We could also say that infatuation is just an attraction between male and female and it is often …

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Impoverish meaning

destitute meaning

Verb: impoverish Pronunciation: (im’pó-vu-rish) Impoverish meaning: Make poor Exhaust the strength or vitality of or become poor. Synonyms: immiserate, penury, destitute, indigence, pauperism Derived forms: impoverishing, impoverishes, impoverished Quotations: Frederic Bastiat – They will come …

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Indigence meaning

destitute meaning

Noun: indigence Pronunciation: (in-di-jun(t)s) Indigence meaning: A state of extreme poverty or destitution. Synonyms: need, penury, pauperism, destitution, impoverished Derived forms: indigences Quotations: James Madison – Measures should be enacted which, without violating the rights …

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Indigent meaning

destitute meaning

Adjective: indigent Pronunciation: (in-di-junt) Indigent meaning: Poor enough to need help from others. Synonyms: destitute, impoverished, needy, penury, pauperism, parsimonious Noun: indigent Indigent meaning: A person who is very poor. Synonyms: pauper, poor, impecunious Derived …

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Impecunious meaning

impecunious meaning

Adjective: impecunious Pronunciation: (im-pi’kyoo-nee-us) Impecunious meaning: Not having enough money to pay for necessities. Having little or no money. Synonyms: penniless, poor, beggared, destitute Quotations: William H. Rehnquist – When you are young and impecunious, society conditions …

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Imbibe meaning

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Verb: imbibe Pronunciation: (im’bIb) Imbibe meaning: Take in liquids. To drink alcohol or to take in or to absorb or assimilate moisture, gas, light or heat. Receive into the mind and retain. Synonyms: drink, quaff, …

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Intrepid meaning

intrepid

Adjective: intrepid  Pronunciation: (in’tre-pid) Intrepid meaning: fearless; adventurous or characterized by fortitude ( fortitude= strength of mind that helps a person to face danger, pain or trouble) Synonyms : audacious, bold, fearless, gutsy, brave, lionhearted, …

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