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Meaning of likely, tremendous, inverse, studious, locative, inopportune, trimness, veracious, redoubtable, puerile

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Meaning of likely (adjective)
forms: likelier, more likely; likeliest, most likely

plausible; reasonable; probable; possible; appropriate; promising

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Meaning of tremendous (adjective)
forms: more tremendous; most tremendous

awe-inspiring

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Meaning of inverse (adjective)
contrary in tendency or direction

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Meaning of studious (adjective)
having or showing devotion to the acquisition of knowledge

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Meaning of locative (adjective)
indicating place or the place where or wherein an action occurs

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Meaning of inopportune (adjective)
unsuitable or inconvenient, especially as to time

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Meaning of veracious (adjective)
habitually disposed to speak the truth

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Meaning of redoubtable (adjective)
formidable

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