readers: Associated Words
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  • nonproficient
    One who has failed to become proficient.
  • unversed
    • adjective satellite not having had extensive practice
      unpracticed; unpractised.

  • mcguffey
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word. More None Meaning
  • fixate
    • verb attach (oneself) to a person or thing in a neurotic way
      • He fixates on his mother, even at the age of 40
    • verb pay attention to exclusively and obsessively
      • The media are fixating on Princess Diana's death

  • nonspecialist
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • digest
    • noun a periodical that summarizes the news
    • noun something that is compiled (as into a single book or file)
      compilation.

  • slashdot
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • unfamiliar
    • adjective not known or well known
      • a name unfamiliar to most
      • be alert at night especially in unfamiliar surroundings

  • dyslexic
    • adjective of or relating to or symptomatic of dyslexia
    • adjective satellite having impaired ability to comprehend written words usually associated with a neurologic disorder
      dyslectic.

  • hardcover
    • noun a book with cardboard or cloth or leather covers
      hardback.
    • adjective satellite having a hard back or cover
      hardbound; hardbacked; hardback.
      • hardback books

  • revaluing
    • verb gain in value
      appreciate; apprise; apprize.
      • The yen appreciated again!
    • verb value anew
      • revalue the German Mark

  • uncorrupted
    • adjective satellite (of language) not having its purity or excellence debased
      undefiled.
      • uncorrupted English
      • learn to speak pure English undefiled"- Van Wyck Brooks
    • adjective satellite not decayed or decomposed
      unspoiled.

  • tantalizes
    • verb harass with persistent criticism or carping
      rag; razz; bait; twit; taunt; ride; tease; cod; rally; tantalise.
      • The children teased the new teacher
      • Don't ride me so hard over my failure
      • His fellow workers razzed him when he wore a jacket and tie

  • unacquainted
    • adjective satellite not knowledgeable about something specified
      innocent.
      • American tourists wholly innocent of French
      • a person unacquainted with our customs
    • adjective satellite having little or no knowledge of
      unfamiliar with; unacquainted with.
      • unacquainted with city ways

  • interpellate
    • verb question formally about policy or government business

  • decode
    • verb convert code into ordinary language
      decipher; decrypt.

  • familiarizes
    • verb make familiar or conversant with
      familiarise; acquaint.
      • you should acquaint yourself with your new computer
      • We familiarized ourselves with the new surroundings

  • spellbound
    • adjective satellite having your attention fixated as though by a spell
      mesmerised; hypnotized; mesmerized; fascinated; spell-bound; transfixed; hypnotised.
    • verb to render motionless, as with a fixed stare or by arousing terror or awe
      grip; spellbind; fascinate; transfix.
      • The snake charmer fascinates the cobra

  • mesmerizes
    • verb attract strongly, as if with a magnet
      bewitch; mesmerise; magnetize; magnetise; spellbind.
      • She magnetized the audience with her tricks
    • verb induce hypnosis in
      hypnotize; mesmerise; hypnotise.

  • wishing
    • noun a specific feeling of desire
      wish; want.
      • he got his wish
      • he was above all wishing and desire
    • verb hope for; have a wish
      wish.
      • I wish I could go home now

  • globetrotting
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • visualize
    • verb imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind
      picture; envision; figure; visualise; image; fancy; project; see.
      • I can't see him on horseback!
      • I can see what will happen
      • I can see a risk in this strategy
    • verb view the outline of by means of an X-ray
      visualise.
      • The radiologist can visualize the cancerous liver

  • nonfluent
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • abreast
    • adjective satellite being up to particular standard or level especially in being up to date in knowledge
      up on; au courant; au fait.
      • kept abreast of the latest developments
      • constant revision keeps the book au courant
      • always au fait on the latest events
      • up on the news
    • adverb alongside each other, facing in the same direction

  • titillate
    • verb touch (a body part) lightly so as to excite the surface nerves and cause uneasiness, laughter, or spasmodic movements
      tickle; vellicate.
    • verb excite pleasurably or erotically
      • A titillating story appeared in the usually conservative magazine

  • navigate
  • logographic
    • adjective of or relating to logograms or logographs
      logogrammatic.

  • enthralled
    • adjective satellite filled with wonder and delight
      charmed; captivated; delighted; entranced; beguiled.
    • verb hold spellbound
      enthrall; ravish; delight; enthral; enrapture; enchant; transport.

  • enthrall
    • verb hold spellbound
      ravish; delight; enthral; enrapture; enchant; transport.

  • desiring
    • noun the feeling that accompanies an unsatisfied state
    • noun an inclination to want things
      • a man of many desires

  • disorients
    • verb cause to be lost or disoriented
      disorientate.

  • vicariously
    • adverb indirectly, as, by, or through a substitute
      • she enjoyed the wedding vicariously

  • nonspecialized
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • clamored
    • noun a loud harsh or strident noise
      cacophony; din; blare; blaring.
    • noun loud and persistent outcry from many people
      clamour; clamoring; hue and cry; clamouring.
      • he ignored the clamor of the crowd

  • disorient
    • verb cause to be lost or disoriented
      disorientate.

  • guessing
    • noun an estimate based on little or no information
      guesswork; guess; dead reckoning; shot.
    • verb expect, believe, or suppose
      guess; reckon; suppose; imagine; opine; think.
      • I imagine she earned a lot of money with her new novel
      • I thought to find her in a bad state
      • he didn't think to find her in the kitchen
      • I guess she is angry at me for standing her up

  • titillated
    • adjective satellite feeling mild pleasurable excitement
      teased.
    • verb touch (a body part) lightly so as to excite the surface nerves and cause uneasiness, laughter, or spasmodic movements
      tickle; titillate; vellicate.

  • empathize
    • verb be understanding of
      understand; empathise; sympathize; sympathise.
      • You don't need to explain--I understand!

  • middlebrow
    • noun someone who is neither a highbrow nor a lowbrow

  • peruse
    • verb examine or consider with attention and in detail
      • Please peruse this report at your leisure

  • avid
    • adjective satellite (often followed by `for') ardently or excessively desirous
      esurient; devouring; greedy.
      • avid for adventure
      • an avid ambition to succeed
      • fierce devouring affection
      • the esurient eyes of an avid curiosity
      • greedy for fame
    • adjective satellite marked by active interest and enthusiasm
      zealous.
      • an avid sports fan

  • interested
    • adjective having or showing interest; especially curiosity or fascination or concern
      • an interested audience
      • interested in sports
      • was interested to hear about her family
      • interested in knowing who was on the telephone
      • interested spectators
    • verb excite the curiosity of; engage the interest of
      interest.

  • sley
    A weaver's reed. Spelt also slaie.
  • outperformed
    • verb be or do something to a greater degree
      exceed; surpass; outgo; outstrip; outmatch; surmount; outdo.
      • her performance surpasses that of any other student I know
      • She outdoes all other athletes
      • This exceeds all my expectations
      • This car outperforms all others in its class

  • sensitise
    • verb cause to sense; make sensitive
      sensitize.
      • She sensitized me with respect to gender differences in this traditional male-dominated society
      • My tongue became sensitized to good wine
    • verb make sensitive to a drug or allergen
      sensitize.
      • Long-term exposure to this medicine may sensitize you to the allergen

  • squirm
    • noun the act of wiggling
      wriggle; wiggle.
    • verb to move in a twisting or contorted motion, (especially when struggling)
      twist; wrestle; writhe; worm; wriggle.
      • The prisoner writhed in discomfort
      • The child tried to wriggle free from his aunt's embrace

  • nonmathematical
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • alike
    • adjective having the same or similar characteristics
      similar; like.
      • all politicians are alike
      • they looked utterly alike
      • friends are generally alike in background and taste
    • adverb equally
      likewise.
      • parents and teachers alike demanded reforms

  • proficient
    • adjective satellite having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude
      good; practiced; expert; skillful; adept; skilful.
      • adept in handicrafts
      • an adept juggler
      • an expert job
      • a good mechanic
      • a practiced marksman
      • a proficient engineer
      • a lesser-known but no less skillful composer
      • the effect was achieved by skillful retouching
    • adjective of or relating to technique or proficiency in a practical skill
      technical.
      • his technical innovation was his brushwork
      • the technical dazzle of her dancing

  • uninterested
    • adjective not having or showing interest
      • an uninterested spectator
    • adjective satellite having no care or interest in knowing
      • she appeared totally uninterested

  • uninquisitive
    • adjective not inquiring
      uninquiring.
    • adjective satellite deficient in curiosity
      uninquiring.

  • schooled
    • noun an educational institution
      • the school was founded in 1900
    • noun a building where young people receive education
      schoolhouse.
      • the school was built in 1932
      • he walked to school every morning

  • braille
    • noun a point system of writing in which patterns of raised dots represent letters and numerals
    • noun French educator who lost his sight at the age of three and who invented a system of writing and printing for sightless people (1809-1852)
      Louis Braille.

  • avidly
    • adverb in an avid manner
      • whatever the flavor or color of your local paper, do remember that these are read avidly for local information

  • fiche
    (Her.) See FitchÉ.
  • contextualize
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • acquaints
    • verb cause to come to know personally
      present; introduce.
      • permit me to acquaint you with my son
      • introduce the new neighbors to the community
    • verb make familiar or conversant with
      familiarise; familiarize.
      • you should acquaint yourself with your new computer
      • We familiarized ourselves with the new surroundings

  • skim
    • noun a thin layer covering the surface of a liquid
      • there was a thin skim of oil on the water
    • noun reading or glancing through quickly
      skimming.

  • anglophone
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • imaginatively
    • adverb with imagination
      • the room was decorated very imaginatively



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