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Meaning of dissect, grim, malignant, detest, literal, notorious, enamored, laudable, authentic, gigantic

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Meaning of dissect (verb)
forms: dissected; dissecting; dissects

to cut or take apart, especially in biology or anatomy

Example
The students are expected to dissect a frog in science class.

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Meaning of grim (adjective)
forms: grimmer; grimmest; less grim; least grim

sternly forbidding (e.g. future)

Example
It looked grim for the outnumbered soldiers.

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Meaning of malignant (adjective)
forms: malignant; more malignant; most malignant; less malignant; least malignant

cancerous or harmful (usually a growth)

Example
The malignant tumor was growing.
In humans, malignant melanoma -- a cancer of the cells containing skin pigment -- is a particular hazard of excess sunbathing.

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Meaning of detest (verb)
forms: detested; detesting; detests

to hate strongly

Example
I detest politicians and their lying, said the college student.
I don't like not having enough money and I don't like not having enough sex and I detest the way the children dress and I detest going to your mother's every week and I loathe the way you clench your teeth and I loathe the way you never help and I hate the way you never ask but I love you.

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Meaning of literal (adjective)
forms: more literal; most literal; less literal; least literal

following the exact words or intended meaning of the original (e.g. translation)

Example
Stenographers take literal recordings of court trials.

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Meaning of notorious (adjective)
forms: notorious; more notorious; most notorious; less notorious; least notorious

well known in a negative way

Example
Billie the Kid is a notorious villain in classic literature.

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Meaning of enamored (adjective)
forms: more enamored; most enamored; less enamored; least enamored

inspired through love; captivated by someone or something

Example
He was enamored with the beautiful mountainous surroundings.

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Meaning of laudable (adjective)
forms: more laudable; most laudable; less laudable; least laudable

worthy of praise

Example
His efforts toward the mission were laudable.
Her determination to succeed and getting what she wants out of her career and life makes her a laudable influence.

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Meaning of authentic (adjective)
forms: more authentic; most authentic; less authentic; least authentic

genuine

Example
The boy was happy when his father bought him an authentic Willy Mays baseball card for Christmas.
Finally, the transvestite challenge to masculinity and sexual difference works in terms of transgressive inversion and reinscription, not of transcendence, or the recovery of authentic selfhood.

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Meaning of gigantic (adjective)
forms: more gigantic; most gigantic; less gigantic; least gigantic

huge

Example
The whale they had caught was gigantic.
The kind of non-randomness that we see in living systems, on the other hand, is equivalent to a gigantic combination lock with an almost uncountable number of dials.

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