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Mesmerize - to hold somebody’s attention completely 🗣️ /ˈmez.mə.raɪz/ Example - The audience seemed to be mesmerized by the speaker's voice. #EnglishWithDev #learnenglish #english #wordoftheday #Mesmerize #vocabulary #englishteacher

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The act of coming or going in is ingress. Right to enter.
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Big Words: Amiss AMISS is a slightly unusual C2-level word. We tend to use it in the phrase: Something is amiss. Or: Something seems amiss. You'll hear this word in stories and in formal settings.

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Meaning: threats used to force a person to do something
The #WordOfTheDay is ‘incognito.’

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Duress - Word of the day
Meaning: threats used to force a person to do something
Big Words: Amiss AMISS is a slightly unusual C2-level word. We tend to use it in the phrase: Something is amiss. Or: Something seems amiss. You'll hear this word in stories and in formal settings. Vocabulary Practice, Everyday English, Transition Words, English Vocab, English Verbs, Interesting English Words
Amiss
Big Words: Amiss AMISS is a slightly unusual C2-level word. We tend to use it in the phrase: Something is amiss. Or: Something seems amiss. You'll hear this word in stories and in formal settings.
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Amiss
Big Words: Amiss AMISS is a slightly unusual C2-level word. We tend to use it in the phrase: Something is amiss. Or: Something seems amiss. You'll hear this word in stories and in formal settings.
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Daunting
If something is daunting, it is difficult or intimidating. You feel worried about taking it on. More examples: Climbing Mount Everest is a daunting challenge that requires immense physical and mental preparation. The professor assigned a daunting amount of reading for the first week of class. Moving to a new city without knowing anyone can be a daunting experience.
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Word of the Day: Incognito
The #WordOfTheDay is ‘incognito.’
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the water level has been so high there is an imintent danger of flooding
a woman sitting on top of a white couch with her head in her hands and the caption reads, big words devastatingly upseted extremely upset