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advisory

advisory

/ædˈvaɪzɝi/
adjective
providing advice and suggestions
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Research and advisory firm Gartner estimated that globally, cybersecurity spending would reach $124 billion in 2019.

They look, for instance, on crop advisory text messages.

I ended up on an advisory committee.

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ancillary

ancillary

/ˈænsəˌɫɛɹi/
adjective
furnishing added support
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And I think ancillary businesses are a way to take the power of the membership outside the club.

So that's the ancillary stuff.

And so the ancillary advertising that arose from just the presence of having content that you wanted to see

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auxiliary

auxiliary

/ɑɡˈzɪɫiɛɹi/, /ɑɡˈzɪɫjɝi/
adjective
providing additional help or support
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and it turns out that I did have an unpermitted auxiliary structure.

This is in contrast to-- Black speech is almost kind of a parody of international auxiliary languages like Esperanto.

SHERIFF SCOTT JENKINS, Culpeper County, Virginia: I will swear in thousands of auxiliary deputies in Culpeper.

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awry

awry

/ɝˈaɪ/
adverb
turned or twisted to one side
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To see how this formulation can go awry, let’s visit the Thought Bubble for some Flash Philosophy.

But as you might imagine, things eventually go awry.

That went awry.

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capillary

capillary

/ˈkæpəˌɫɛɹi/
adjective
long and slender with a very small internal diameter
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This pull is aided by a fundamental property of water called capillary action.

And now that the space between these capillary cells have gotten further apart, they can get through.

Then it must be capillary action.

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chary

chary

/ˈtʃɑɹi/
adjective
characterized by great caution and wariness

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conciliatory

conciliatory

/kənˈsɪˌɫiəˌtɔɹi/, /kənˈsɪɫjəˌtɔɹi/
adjective
making or willing to make concessions
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This time Galileo was more conciliatory, agreeing that the arguments in favor of the Corpunican theory. .

He censured Stalin for his conciliatory attitude towards it.

Scooter companies have learned they need to take a more conciliatory approach with government officials.

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culinary

culinary

/ˈkjuɫɪˌnɛɹi/
adjective
of or relating to cooking
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They cover the culinary gambit of every destination Emirates flies to.

The heritage of Popeyes has always been about culinary excellence.

The Nordic countries take pride in their culinary traditions.

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derogatory

derogatory

/dɝˈɑɡəˌtɔɹi/
adjective
expressive of low opinion
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I have read some very derogatory comments towards Tulpamancers because they're probably an easy target.

Not being derogatory.

- Affectionate term for being derogatory about something and gettin' away with it.

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desultory

desultory

/ˈdɛsəɫˌtɔɹi/
adjective
marked by lack of definite plan or regularity or purpose; jumping from one thing to another

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dilatory

dilatory

/ˈdɪɫəˌtɔɹi/
adjective
wasting time

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eleemosynary

eleemosynary

/ˌɛɫəˈmɔsəˌnɛɹi/
adjective
generous in assistance to the poor

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gustatory

gustatory

/ɡˈʌstətˌoːɹi/
adjective
of or relating to gustation
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Lastly there are gustatory hallucinations.

The American roach has 154 olfactory receptors for smell, and 544 gustatory receptors for taste.

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hoary

hoary

/ˈhɔɹi/
adjective
(of hair) gray or white indicating old age
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Shout out to the hoary hosts of Hoggath!

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imaginary

imaginary

/ˌɪˈmædʒəˌnɛɹi/
adjective
not being actual
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This isn’t some imaginary danger.

So for the last few weeks, we've been talking a lot about Dystopias, imaginary societies gone wrong.

The Pope resolved this dispute by drawing an imaginary line on the world map.

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introductory

introductory

/ˌɪntɹəˈdəktɝi/, /ˌɪntɹoʊˈdəktɝi/
adjective
serving as an introduction or preface
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This might take the form of a special introductory offer or easy minimum commitment.

So this is almost 10 minutes into the movie, and it's Jamie Foxx's introductory scene.

I’m excited to check out their new introductory statistics course.

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nugatory

nugatory

/ˈnuɡɑˌtɔɹi/
adjective
of no real value

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olfactory

olfactory

/oʊɫˈfæktɝi/
adjective
of or relating to olfaction
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It comes in waves, the sardines hits them olfactory senses and then the cigar just...

SAM: You're very olfactory today.

The goal was to see if olfactory perception and color perception are at all linked.

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pecuniary

pecuniary

/pɛkˈjuniˌɛɹi/
adjective
relating to or involving money
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I would grant you significant pecuniary advantages through particularly generous concessions.

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