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n. word to phrase used as an exclamation 感叹词
The master storyteller would always pause when he heard the interjections of the children, and continue when they were quiet.
v. to come between 介人；调停
Hearing the noise down the hall, a teacher came to intervene in the schoolgirls' argument.
同义词：interpose; interfere; mediate
adj. not clever 笨拙的
Herman's maladroit attempts at getting Sally's attention only succeeded in embarrassing her.
同义词：awkward; clumsy; inept
反义词：adroit; dexterous; ingenious
n. person who is discontented 不满分子
Jeffrey, always the office malcontent, protested that buying an office coffee machine was a waste of money.
同义词：complainer; grouser; grumbler
adj. harmful; showing a desire to hurt 有害的；恶意的
Cathy's malignant intentions came to light when Victor found a gun hidden in her clothes drawer.
* come to light
同义词：baleful; pernicious; malicious
n. change of form 蜕变
A caterpillar's metamorphosis into a butterfly is one of the wonders of nature.
n. use of words to indicate something different from the literal meaning 隐喻
Allen was an ox of a man, was Alice's metaphor for saying how big and strong Allen was.
adj. of abstract meaning; concerning the study of the nature of reality 抽象的；形而上学的
In Sharon's philosophy class, the professor asked the students to discuss the metaphysical aspect of existence.
同义词：immaterial; supernatural; transcendental
n. bad luck 不幸
The mischance of bad weather during the peak tourist season caused the resort owners to lose money that year.
n. bad luck ; accident 不幸；意外
I hear Theresa had a bit of a mishap while driving to the grocery store.
n. woman hater 厌恶女性的人
William's sexist remarks and demeaning attitude revealed him for the misogynist he is.
adj. many and various 各式各样的
The relief workers had multifarious tasks and difficulties to contend with in the refugee camp.
同义词：manifold; miscellaneous; sundry
n. having many forms 各式各样的
The dance troupe's multiform choreographic styles impressed the audience.
adj. using many languages 使用多种语言的
A multilingual guide to the city was placed throughout the airport for travelers to pick up at their convenience.
n. denial 否定；否认
The court's negation of your claim's legality has led to the dis-missal of your case.
adj. not knowing; without knowledge 无知的；不可知的
Many teenagers are alarmingly nescient of the most basic knowledge of geography.
adj. not expressing clearly 含糊的
Such a noncommittal nodding of the head is not enough to assure me you are really willing to work with me.
同义词：ambiguous ; equivocal
n. thing that does not really exist 不存在的事物
In the capitalist countries, people or events embarrassing for the state were erased from all records, making them "nonentities".
adj. stubborn 顽固的
Jennifer's obdurate insistence on driving even though she had been drinking alarmed us.
反义词：submissive ; tractable; pliant
v. to make dark or obscure 使晦暗；使模糊
Language used in legal documents unnecessarily obfuscates their meaning for common people, forcing them to hire lawyers.
v. to scold 责骂
In a private room, the lawyer objurgated his client for lying to him about what really had happened.
同义词：rebuke; censure; castigate
adj. all powerful 全能的
In some backward countries, complete centralization of power leads to on omnipotent state.
adj. present or existing everywhere 无所不在的
In Taibei, omnipresent car fumes and pollution are leading to a higher incidence of respiratory diseases.
adj. all knowing 全知的
To their small children, Marsha and Joe seemed omniscient9 able to answer any question they had.
adj. eating everything 杂食的
Human beings eat both plants and animals and are therefore considered omnivorous.