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Meaning of disparage, relegate, meander, conjoin, pervade, desist, solicit, abscond, impede, temper

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Meaning of disparage (verb)
to belittle; undervalue; to discredit; to depreciate

Example
After she fired him she realized that she had disparaged the value of his assistance.
The lawyer will attempt to disparage the testimony of the witness.

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Meaning of relegate (verb)
to banish; to put to a lower position; to demote

Example
With Internal Affairs launching an investigation into charges that Officer Wicker had harassed a suspect, he was relegated to desk duty.

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Meaning of meander (verb)
to wind; to ramble; to roam; walk about aimlessly; carry on in a leisurely way

Example
The stream meanders through the valley.
They meandered through the woods for the afternoon.

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Meaning of conjoin (verb)
to combine; to join; to confederate; to merge; to unite

Example
The classes will conjoin to do the play.

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Meaning of pervade (verb)
to occupy the whole of; to infiltrate; to spread out; to penetrate

Example
Her perfume was so strong that it pervaded the whole room.

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Meaning of desist (verb)
to stop; to cease

Example
The judge ordered the man to desist from calling his ex-wife in the middle of the night.

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Meaning of solicit (verb)
to ask; to seek; to try to influence another person to commit an illegal act

Example
The jobless man solicited employment from many factories before he was able to find work.

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Meaning of abscond (verb)
to go away hastily or secretly; to hide; to avoid; to evade

Example
The newly wed couple will abscond from the reception to leave on the honeymoon.

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Meaning of impede (verb)
to stop the progress of; to obstruct; to delay; to hinder; to prevent

Example
The rain impeded the work on the building.

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Meaning of temper (verb)
to bring to the proper condition by treatment; to soften; to harden

Example
She drew a hot bath, but then realized she'd have to temper it with a little cool water or end up scalded.
The craftsman tempered the steel before being able to twist it to form a table leg.

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