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airway [ˈɛərwei] n. An airway is the passage by which air reaches a person’s lungs.
Since he was sick, mucus would occasionally get stuck in his airway.
Almighty [ɔːlˈmaiti] n. The Almighty is a name for a god in a religion.
Before eating, they thanked the Almighty for their food.
advent [ˈædvənt] n. An advent is the arrival or beginning of an important person, thing, or event.
During the advent of radio, very few programs actually played music.
n. A cycle is a series of events that go on a circle from the end back to the beginning again.
The were caught in a cycle of poverty, lack of education and unemployment.
definitive [diˈfinətiv] adj. If something is definitive, then it is the most official.
This library has the definitive collection of books on ancient Egypt.
equate [iˈkweit] v. To equate one thing with another is to compare them and consider them very similar.
She equated the man’s messy appearance with a lack of responsibility.
v. To found something on an idea or principle is to based on that idea.
This is found it on the belief that all people are created equal.
n. An ideology is a system of belief.
Within the teachers ideology there was a belief in the value of parent participation.
inhale [inˈheil] v. To inhale means to take air or a smell into the lungs.
The camper inhaled the cool and fresh mountain air and felt relaxed.
invoke [inˈvouk] v. To invoke something is to mention it to support an argument or ask for help.
Before going into battle, the soldier invoked the name of his god for protection.
lunar [ˈluːnər] adj. If something is lunar, then it is related to the moon.
During a lunar eclipse, Earth’s shadow darkens the moon’s surface.
novelty [ˈnɒvəlti] n. A novelty is something that is new, original, or strange.
Ice cream was a novelty for him since he rarely had any.
outmoded [ˌautˈmoudid] adj. If something is outmoded, then it is no longer in fashion or use.
Black and white television sets are outmoded.
personalize [ˈpəːrsənəlaiz] v. To personalize something means to design it to meet a person’s unique needs.
He personalized the woman’s exercises to give her a better workout.
psychiatric [ˌsaikiˈætrik] adj. If something is psychiatric, then it is related to mental illness or its treatment.
The doctor said the patient might have a psychiatric problem.
psychiatry [saiˈkaiətri] n. Psychiatry is the study and treatment of mental illness.
Studying psychiatry has taught me a lot about mental illness.
reflex [ˈriːfleks] n. A reflex is an unconscious action in which a body part responds to an event.
There was a reflex when the doctor hit his knee with a rubber hammer.
seizure [ˈsiːʒər] n. A seizure is sudden illness in which the body loses control and shakes.
Bright flashing lights can cause seizures in children.
session [ˈseʃən] n. A session is a meeting at a regular time in order to discuss and solve an issue.
Every three months the managers met in a session to discuss regional sales.
utensil [juːˈtensəl] n. A utensil is a common tool or container.
It seemed that a fork was the wrong utensil for trying to eat the soup.
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