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Number of Pages: 73
Dimensions: 8.5 inch x 11 inch
[Paper Size: Letter]
In this book, I have compiled English phrases containing two or more words. Each of these phrases comprises at least one tough English word. The meaning of the tough English word in every phrase has also been given. Example sentences have also been provided for many advanced phrases.
01 -- abandoned building / abandoned mines / abandoned orphan / abandoned street / abandoned vehicles
[meaning of abandoned: ‘left completely and no longer needed]
Example Sentence: Abandoned vehicles can cause a nuisance by obstructing roads, traffic and pedestrians.
02 -- abatement notice
[meaning of abatement: ‘the reduction or removal of a nuisance’]
Example Sentence: A person served with an abatement notice may appeal against the notice to a magistrate’s court.
03 -- aberrant behavior / aberrant individuals
[meaning of aberrant: ‘departing from an accepted standard or usual course’]
Example Sentence: Should the teachers and administrators tolerate the aberrant behavior of the students?
04 -- abhorrent deed
[meaning of abhorrent: ‘causing hatred, especially for moral reasons’]
Example Sentence: He shall be put to death since he has committed an abhorrent deed.
05 -- abiding influence
[meaning of abiding: ‘(of a feeling, memory or an idea, etc.) lasting a long time’]
Example Sentence: Land use regulations have an abiding influence on our lives.
06 -- abiding affection / abiding hostility / abiding influence / abiding love / abiding notice / abiding tradition
[meaning of abiding: ‘continuing without change']
Example Sentence: I have a deep and abiding affection for my birthplace.
07 -- abject despair
[meaning of abject: ‘extreme and without hope’]
Example Sentence: They are dealing with abject despair and complete disillusion.
08 -- abjectly poor
[meaning of abjectly: ‘in an utterly hopeless manner’]
Example Sentence: More than a billion people in the world are abjectly poor.
09 -- abominable deed / abominable laws / abominable scene / abominable system
[meaning of abominable: ‘very bad and shocking’]
Example Sentence: Some states have passed abominable laws that are a disgrace to democracy and to our society
10 -- abominably rude / abominably cruel
[meaning of abominably: ‘in a very bad or unpleasant way’]
11 -- aboriginal civilization / aboriginal inhabitants / aboriginal times / aboriginal tribes
[meaning of aboriginal: ‘relating to the people who existed in a region from the earliest time; primitive’]
12 -- abortive attack / abortive attempt / abortive bid / abortive campaign / abortive expedition / abortive infection / abortive insurrection / abortive negotiations / abortive rebellion / abortive treatment
[meaning of abortive: ‘failed, unsuccessful’]
Example Sentence: They led an abortive rebellion against the government
13 -- abrasive chemical / abrasive compounds / abrasive materials / abrasive personality
[meaning of abrasive: ‘showing little concern for the feelings of others | causing damage, wear, or removal of surface material by grinding or rubbing’]
Example Sentence: We can't hire anyone with an abrasive personality liable to annoy customers and co-workers, | She applied abrasive chemical and rubbed down to clean rust off knives.
14 -- abridged edition / abridged story / abridged translation / abridged version
[meaning of abridged: ‘(of a piece of writing) having been shortened’]
Example Sentence: That was an abridged edition of the author's previous three-volume work.
15 -- abrupt change / abrupt departure / abrupt dismissal / abrupt end / abrupt exit / abrupt halt / abrupt response / abrupt slope / abrupt transition
[meaning of abrupt: ‘sudden’]
Example Sentence: His promising career in football was brought to an abrupt end by injury.