InfantDefinition :a baby, especially a very young one
Usage: He showed us a picture of his infant daughter.
EffusionDefinition: 1. An instance of giving off something such as a liquid or gas~n
2.An act of talking or writing in an unrestrained or heartfelt way
Usage :The law governing the rates of effusion of two gases is called Grahams law
IndictmentDefinition: 1. a formal written charge of crime formerly referred to and presented on oath by a grand jury.~n
2. Any formal accusation of crime"
Usage: Prosecutors may soon seek his indictment on fraud charges.
ExtrudeDefinition: to force or push something out of something; to be forced or pushed in this way
2) to shape metal or plastic by forcing it through a hole
Usage: Aluminium is melted down and extruded through a die or cast in a mould to give it the desired shape.
DislodgeDefinition: to force or knock something out of its position 2) to force someone to leave a place, position, or job
Usage: The army has dislodged enemy forces from their stronghold
ShrewDefinition: a bad-tempered, unpleasant woman 2) a small animal like a mouse with a long nose
Usage :After the first visit he announced that his stepmother was a shrew
Usage: Newlyweds still in a state of nuptial bliss
Usage: A shop boss today told how he faces a mass exodus of staff following two robberies at his store within 48 hours.
EgalitarianDefinition: A person who advocates or supports the principle of equality for all people
Usage: He was known to be a social and political egalitarian.
Usage :The nation came together with vehement opposition to sending the young boys of the country abroad to fight in a meaningless war.
Usage: Gymnasts must be quite lithe to do all of their routines.
PurgeDefinition: © 2013 www.GREedge.com Page 226/239 to remove people from an organization, often violently, because their opinions or activities are unacceptable to the people in power 2) to make yourself/someone or something pure, healthy, or clean by getting rid of bad thoughts or feelings 3) to get rid of something from the body.
Usage: A day on which the faithful are expected to purge themselves of their sins through prayer and fasting
2. Completely dependable or trustworthy.
Usage: She had an infallible eye for style.
2) The quality of being false or wrong
Usage: It is a fallacy to think because someone is elected president he is a smart person.
Usage: Much to my gratification my work got a special mention in her speech.