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V series February 17, 2010

Filed under: Uncategorized — annusuba @ 5:31 pm

5) verbose

using or containing too many words; wordy; long-winded; prolix

GRE  exams  have become verbose over the past.

Very easy to relate. In English, verb—> verbose

So. lets move on…

6)verisimilitude

  • the appearance of being true or real
  • something having the mere appearance of being true or real
Concentrate o the root, VER means truth. From there comes,

veracious

veracity

verisimilitude

*Her painting bore such verisimilitude to the actual flowers that it

looked like a photograph

And now see this..

So, thats it verisimilitude is giving a truth like illuision.

But, veracious and veracity is the actual truth

7)verity

  • Conformity to reality or actuality
  • An enduring or necessary ethical or religious or aesthetic truth.

* It also relater our root word “ver”–> truth

I intimate a broader vision to find endless verity.

Can u get me a better sentence??

8) viable

  1. able to live;
  2. workable and likely to survive or to have real meaning, pertinence, etc.

Farmers are advised to  grow viable seeds

* Viable ideas and action aids us to reach the pinnacle of success.

So urs.??

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