Indignant

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Indignant [in-dig-nuhnt] (adjective)

  • angry about an unfair situation

Word usage: Iago (parrot) became indignant when he came to knew about popular angry birds game.

Indignant Word Usage in Recent News:

‘Indignant’: Brazil president reportedly weighs canceling US visit on spying allegations

Mika’s Memory Loss: Brzezinski’s Indignant Reaction on Miley Cyrus is Hypocritical

 Motorcyclists indignant over criticism they have ”taken over” Royal National Park

 I WENT TO FYF FEST AND ALL I GOT WAS INDIGNANT

inebriate

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Inebriate [in-ee-bree-eyt]

  • (noun) a habitual drunkard.
  • (verb) to make drunk; intoxicate
  • (verb) fill with sublime emotion

Word Usage : Mohan was found in an inebriated condition while on duty and was promptly dismissed.

Inebriate Word Usage in News: Inebriated journalist dubbed ‘Swiss Mr Bean’ reaches for canapé and smashes priceless artwork

Intrepid

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Intrepid [in-trep-id] (adjective)

  • person or action that is bold and brave
  • fearless; daring; bold

Word Usage: an intrepid explorer

Intrepid usage in News:

Intrepid dogs urged to put best paw forward for Brooklands walkies

The Insider: Intrepid Travel’s James Ingham gives his top tips on trekking trips

Indolent

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Indolent [in-dl-uhnt] (adjective)

  • slow or lazy,disinclined to work or exertion

Word Usage: If you want to make progress you have to shed your indolence first

  • slow to heal or develop and usually painless

Word usage: an indolent ulcer that is not painful and is slow to heal

Dexterous

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Dexterous [dek-struhs, -ster-uhs] (adjective)

  • skillful or adroit in the use of the hands or body.
  • having mental adroitness or skill; clever.

Usage: His dexterity in mathematical calculations amazes many.