New Words of the week July 7 - July 20, 2018, include English news words of the week.
one of the boys
B. senior vice president
C. justice of the peace
D. managing editor
B. characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination
C. completely happy and contented
D. blemished by injury or rough wear
Explanation: insurrection, rebellion, revolt, rising, uprising
B. break up
C. change over
D. poke at
Explanation: To make a crowd at a party disperse, you could take away the food, turn off the music and ask for volunteers to clean up. Disperse is to spread out people or things, making them move in different directions.
Explanation: From the Latin "intervenire," meaning “to come between,” the verb intervene means just that: to get involved, to jump in the middle of something, to interfere.
Explanation: When you're reverential, you treat someone or something with a lot of respect.
Synonyms: respectful, venerating
an opening performance of a well-known ballet
B. buds on a tree in springtime
C. a fight among unruly fans at a soccer match
D. water leaking from a faucet
Explanation: The adjective tumultuous means "disruptive," "troubled," "disorderly," or "turbulent."
Explanation: If you receive a rebuke, it means that you have been reprimanded, or scolded. You're sure to get a rebuke if you forget to do your math homework four days in a row.
Synonyms : reprehension, reprimand, reproof, reproval