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acute

acute

/əkˈjut/
adjective
(of senses) highly-developed and very sensitive
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The acute medical therapy is indicated in the exposure.

How can you cut the blob entirely into acute triangles and stop it from destroying the planet?

If somebody has got an acute problem here, they can get in very quickly.

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to assail

to assail

/əˈseɪɫ/
verb
(of feelings or sensations) to worry or upset someone suddenly and profoundly
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How could we use sunlight to assail our travel woes in real life?

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keen

keen

/ˈkin/
adjective
(of senses) sharp and highly-developed
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And those who are eating them are really keen for you to know about it.

Governments are going to be very keen in certain priority sector on shoring their supply.

But it doesn’t look like Borelopelta was too keen on conifers.

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to perceive

to perceive

/pɝˈsiv/
verb
to realize through the five senses
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The answer to these questions requires some insight into how humans perceive pitch.

What we perceive as pitch is a mental image of those vibrations.

Right, they don't want the brand to be perceived as low cost.

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perception

perception

/pɝˈsɛpʃən/
noun
the ability to become conscious of something through the five senses
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But what is there about human perception that allows us to hear sound as musical notes?

What happens if we have poor public perception?

But public perception of the profession remains low.

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sensation

sensation

/sɛnˈseɪʃən/
noun
a physical perception caused by an outside stimulus or something being in touch with the body
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And coconut-oil manufacturers were quick to capitalize on the sensation.

It gives you the sensation of boat on the water.

Death is the cessation of sensation.

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sense

sense

/ˈsɛns/
noun
any of the five natural abilities of sight, hearing, smell, touch, and taste
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Second, uniforms encourage members of a group to acquire a sense of unity and pride.

Sensors in the ears track the sense of balance.

It is the brain's attempt to make sense of conflicting information.

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sense organ

sense organ

/sˈɛns ˈɔːɹɡən/
noun
a part of the body that helps someone perceive their surroundings
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Remembering that your fingers are sense organs.

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sensory

sensory

/ˈsɛnsɝi/
adjective
relating to any of the five senses
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A quiet area for people who have sensory overload.

How did life make the jump from microbial mats and simple sponges to things with muscles and sensory organs?

We are sensory animals!

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to smell

to smell

/ˈsmɛɫ/
verb
to perceive or recognize a particular scent
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None of them smells at all, so he leaves the answer blank.

To smell an apple, you breathe hundreds or thousands of apple molecules into your nose.

It smells wonderful.

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obvious

obvious

/ˈɑbviəs/
adjective
noticeable and easily understood
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The obvious superiority of their search engine quickly attracted financial backing.

One obvious tactic was to sell advertising space on Google's home page.

Although he kept looking up eagerly at the sky, it was obvious that he could see nothing.

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apparent

apparent

/əˈpɛɹənt/
adjective
describing something that is easy to see or notice
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Unfortunately for the photographer, his alterations were soon apparent to some sharp-eyed readers.

But they're not super apparent if you're just glancing at the credit card application online.

Those moments when traffic grinds to a standstill for no apparent reason.

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clarity

clarity

/ˈkɫɛɹəti/, /ˈkɫɛɹɪti/
noun
the quality of being easily heard or seen
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Someone wins, someone loses and you just want the utmost clarity and peace in a charged environment.

There's often no clarity about what their options are.

The money you spend will be WELL worth it to have clarity of ownership and operating agreements.

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marked

marked

/ˈmɑɹkt/
adjective
clear and easy to notice
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And while this actually represents a marked improvement, it still means residential solar is a relatively rare sight.

What is a-- What is a marked duffle?

It was a marked contrast to the American boys on the team.

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conspicuous

conspicuous

/kənˈspɪkjuəs/
adjective
standing out and easy to see or notice
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So conspicuous consumption, as defined by Veblen almost 120 years ago, really is this idea of waste.

The title of the strip became synonymous with conspicuous consumption, driven by social pressure.

But there were two conspicuous relatives this sentient, spiky suppository forgot about.

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detectable

detectable

/dɪˈtɛktəbəɫ/
adjective
able to be noticed or discovered
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There are maybe 100 billion galaxies detectable by our telescopes.

It might not be detectable to the average person.

The emotional rewards of pro-social spending are even detectable at the neural level.

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distinct

distinct

/dɪˈstɪŋkt/
adjective
easily noticeable or perceived by senses
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"This new genetically- engineered insulin has two distinct advantages.

Subaru's cars themselves are also distinct.

Its vehicles do have a very distinct appearance.

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faint

faint

/ˈfeɪnt/
adjective
not clear and difficult to see, hear, smell, etc.
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Do you feel faint at the sight of blood?'

Only the hills sent a faint echo back.

A lot of times they would look for tracks and see some faint ones, be like, okay,

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invisible

invisible

/ˌɪnˈvɪzəbəɫ/
adjective
describing something that cannot be seen
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Essentially, it's invisible in our minds and in the way that we manage the resource.

The United States goes to the house of the hand of the invisible hand.

You can imagine it like an invisible effect that speeds up the expansion of the universe.

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subtle

subtle

/ˈsətəɫ/
adjective
hard to notice or detect
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Is it subtle?

You just want to be very subtle in the way you stage it.

The flavor is actually quite subtle.

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dominant

dominant

/ˈdɑmənənt/
adjective
having superiority in power, influence, or importance
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Christian Pensado: We're trying to teach them to achieve a dominant body position.

It really set the stage for Apple to be the dominant player when it comes to mobile devices.

We're a dominant part of the community.

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ill-defined

ill-defined

/ˈɪldɪfˈaɪnd/
adjective
described in a vague or unclear way

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dim

dim

/ˈdɪm/
adjective
not bright or without sufficient light
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They are also very dim.

The star was 61 Cygni, a bit of a dim bulb.

This way, a squid can sense an oncoming predator in even the dimmest waters.

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defined

defined

/dɪˈfaɪnd/
adjective
described in an exact and clear way
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Your eyes look a little bit more defined.

The crust on it is more defined.

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focused

focused

/ˈfoʊkəst/, /ˈfoʊkɪst/
adjective
producing a very clear sound or image
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I'm just like very focused on this right now cause it's so interesting to me.

We're always just really, really focused on, you know, looking around here.

I try not to get too focused on statistics or the technical stuff.

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forward

forward

/ˈfɔɹwɝd/
adjective
being direct and bold, usually in a way that is not socially appropriate
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She turns the pedals with her feet to make the bicycle move forward.

Then Harry told the driver to start his engine and drive forward.

Come forward, Heathcliff!' called Hindley. '

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identifiable

identifiable

/aɪˈdɛntəˌfaɪəbəɫ/
adjective
describing something that can be recognized or distinguished
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So a 2007 study looked for identifiable patterns in the gastroliths of modern-day birds.

There are identifiable measures of proficiency in certain subjects.

Take the human gut for example: only about 50% of the microbes are identifiable.

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manifest

manifest

/ˈmænəˌfɛst/
adjective
describing something that is seen or understood plainly or clearly
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So if they see someone manifest cognitive control, that helps them a little bit.

It's a term you get from what's called the manifest image, in philosophy.

It manifests itself in a huge variety of behaviors.

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unnoticed

unnoticed

/ənˈnoʊtɪst/
adjective
describing something that is not seen or noticed
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And a lot of card frauds go unnoticed by consumers after banks automatically clear bogus charges.

But the commission's report didn't go unnoticed.

And the trunk's impressive abilities haven't gone unnoticed.

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vague

vague

/ˈveɪɡ/
adjective
unclear and without going into details enough; ambiguous
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And the details of these partnerships have been vague.

I mean, how vague can you be?

I mean, just look at the vague nature of the language used.

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