Word of the Day
furtive furtive
/ˈfɜr tɪv /


  • revile revile  /ri ˈvaɪl/ ?  spread negative information about

    revile meaning(s) 

    • (v) spread negative information about


    revile usage(s)

    1. Even people who revile his reflexes acknowledge his charm.
    2. Itay Zar and Sharon Katz are profoundly unlike each other, but Palestinians revile them equally.
  • revilement revilement  a rude expression intended to offend or hurt
  • revisal revisal  the act of rewriting something
  • revise revise  /rɪ ˈvaɪz/ ?  the act of rewriting something
  • revised revised  /rɪ ˈvaɪzd/ ?  improved or brought up to date
  • revised standard version revised standard version  a revision of the American Standard Version
  • revised version revised version  a British revision of the Authorized Version
  • reviser reviser  /rɪ ˈvaɪ zə/ ?  someone who puts text into appropriate form for publication
  • revising revising  /rɪ ˈvaɪ zɪŋ/ ?  editing that involves writing something again
  • revision revision  /ri ˈvɪ ʒən/ ?  the act of rewriting something
  • revisionism revisionism  /ri ˈvɪ ʒə ˌnɪ zəm/ ?  any dangerous departure from the teachings of Marx
  • revisionist revisionist  /ri ˈvɪ ʒə nɪst/ ?  a Communist who tries to rewrite Marxism to justify a retreat…
  • revisit revisit  /ri ˈvɪ zɪt/ ?  visit again
  • revitalisation revitalisation  bringing again into activity and prominence
  • revitalise revitalise  give new life or vigor to
  • revitalised revitalised  restored to new life and vigor
  • revitalising revitalising  tending to impart new life and vigor to
  • revitalization revitalization  /ˌri ˌvaɪ tə lə ˈzeɪ ʃən/ ?  bringing again into activity and prominence
  • revitalize revitalize  /ri ˈvaɪ tə ˌlaɪz/ ?  restore strength
  • revitalized revitalized  /ri ˈvaɪ tə ˌlaɪzd/ ?  restored to new life and vigor
  • revitalizing revitalizing  /ri ˈvaɪ tə ˌlaɪ zɪŋ/ ?  tending to impart new life and vigor to
  • revival revival  /rɪ ˈvaɪ vəl/ ?  bringing again into activity and prominence
  • revival meeting revival meeting  an evangelistic meeting intended to reawaken interest in religion
  • revivalism revivalism  /rɪ ˈvaɪ və lɪ zəm/ ?  an attempt to reawaken the evangelical faith
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