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1707, from M.L. ossous, from L. osseus ”bony,” from os (gen. ossis) “bone
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When camel, which is going through desert, finds a lake. What will it do? Just drink the water, which takes its thirst away.
Slake: to drink so that you no longer feel thirsty; to satisfy your desire.
E.g.: Greedy Shylock is never slaked of with money.
Syn:quench, satisfy, sate, satiate, assuage, gulp, imbibe, indulge, inhale, irrigate, slosh, swig, swill
Ant: abjure, abnegate, avoid, cease, constrain, curb, decline, deny oneself, do without, eschew, evade, fast, forbear, forgo
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A complement, on the other hand, is something that perfects or makes up a whole.
You won’t go wrong if you remember that a complement makes something complete.
Mnemonic: remember as “MELA” . In general we found large crowd in mela, usually our friends group got jumbled and confused their way around in large crowd.
Melee = Confusion; turmoil; jumble
the rush-hour melee.
broil, clash, disorder, dispute, feud, fracas, fray, rhubarb, ruckus, scuffle, squabble, tumult, uproar, wrangle
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MEANING: adjective: Having or showing keen discernment, sound judgment, and farsightedness.
c.1500 (adj.) base sag- ”to track down, trace, seek”
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