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exhort

Short Definition :

Definition
(verb) spur on or encourage especially by cheers and shouts
Synonyms : barrack , cheer , inspire , pep up , root on , urge , urge on
Example Sentence
  • The crowd cheered the demonstrating strikers

Definition
(verb) force or impel in an indicated direction
Synonyms : press , urge , urge on
Example Sentence
  • I urged him to finish his studies

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for exhort

My friend EXHORTED us that we go for the EXORCIST movie and we EXCORIATED him for such an EXECRABLE idea.but then we EXCULPATED him.
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by sujeethraj

exert -> to do something; exhort -> to urge someone to do something
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by rhasan

my ex gf is vry hot(hort)...she urges men ....
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by lovedeepsingh

extra + hot...ll urge evry1.
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by vinaynitrkl

simply remember 'escort'
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by maddy232323

exhort very close to exhaust...ex..(exhaust)+hort(resort)....when you get exhausted by staying in hotels...you encourage or urge your dad to stay in a resort...........
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by preetisoni2411

exhort:ex+heart to urge by strong appels (to urge by heart)
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by prashanthsaii2

Exhort- EX, snORT. Many EX-crackheads have the urge or exhort to snORT crack.
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by nic42991

exhort sounds like exhaust; if you’re extremely exhausted, how will you exhort the crowd to cheer louder? You need lots of energy to exhort the crowd.
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by editor1

exert someone to do something
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by Marise

reah exhort like eh + heart your heart always urges you to do things
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by ramya1987

Exhort = ex (cut) + short,i.e cut the shortage help it to overcome.
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by shaktipada

exigency

Short Definition :

Definition
(noun) a pressing or urgent situation
Example Sentence
  • the health-care exigency

Definition
(noun) a sudden unforeseen crisis (usually involving danger) that requires immediate action
Synonyms : emergency , pinch
Example Sentence
  • he never knew what to do in an emergency

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for exigency

exigency ~ exit + emergency; you remember the emergency exit, only when at the time of an urgent situation.
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by tamaltanu

Exigency and Emergency rhyme.......
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by nileshdive

think of urgency/emergency
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by vivekkarumudi

EXtreme + urGENCY = EXIGENCY
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by nishant19

exonerate

Short Definition :

Definition
(verb) pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
Synonyms : acquit , assoil , clear , discharge , exculpate
Example Sentence
  • The suspect was cleared of the murder charges

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for exonerate

ex(purani)...ones (one) rate(value) vapas mill jana...means to get back ur lost pride by gettin ridd of d charges...
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by lovedeepsingh

EXONERATE ~ break it as EX (gone) HONOUR (pride) ~ to bring back your gone or fallen honour by getting the blame off you.
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by ready4gre

Ex - honourate get back your honour by getting yourself free from the charges.
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by Rushabh22

Onerate -> Responsibility; Ex - Onerate -> Release from burden.
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by anujpathania

ex means previous + oner(honor) so getting back ur ex honor means free from blame
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by rahulroc18

Exonerate:Exo+Nerate(Narrate=Narrator),Just Imagine Exo(Exo Dish Wash Bar) is Narrating(Nerate) this story....As I killed lot of gems,but court didnt punished me,they pardoned me(absolved from blame) because i killed bad germs.
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by misc

reiterate honor which means acquitting of all charges and getting back your pride/honour
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by sidme

I want to exoner-ate because it's not your plate, and you are not to blame
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by Yank

exonerate...consider aerate..when you get aerated you feel relieved so you feel relieved when you are pronounced not guilty of criminal charges
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by coolmayuri222

exonerate - since the EX-culprit OWNed up his crime, they RATED him and removed his blame
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by shalnew

exonerate-ex- naresh imagine that your old friend naresh is released from the death row because he was found innocent
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by santosh pokhrel

exorcise

Short Definition :

Definition
(verb) expel through adjuration or prayers
Synonyms : exorcize
Example Sentence
  • exorcise evil spirits

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for exorcise

remember the movie EXORCIST...in which priest WHO DRIVE OUT EVIL SPIRITS suicides in the end
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by imajeeth

exorcism is practice of removing an evil spirit from a body/house Exorcise means the same
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by nikhilparasher

exercise to drive out evil
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by udit787

exorcise - ex-corpse-cise = cut the ghost which was an ex-corpse
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by shalnew

Exercise removes bad things (fat) from your body, and exorcise removes bad /evil spirits from your mind
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by onno manush

excorcise = cise meanse to cut, so ex'sour'cise is to cut the sour spirits
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by shalnew

exercise to drive out ex things(evil).
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by gdabli

poda goiya
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by rajeshou.t

ex or cize; cut or cize means to make trim & neaty.
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by shaktipada

expatriate

Short Definition :

Definition
(noun) a person who is voluntarily absent from home or country
Synonyms : exile , expat
Example Sentence
  • American expatriates

Definition
(verb) expel from a country
Synonyms : deport , exile
Example Sentence
  • The poet was exiled because he signed a letter protesting the government's actions

Definition
(verb) move away from one's native country and adopt a new residence abroad
Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for expatriate

read EXPATRIATE as EX-PATRIOT, now no more a patriot, as the person withdrew from his native land and settled somewhere else.
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by AADHI

ex ~ out and patriate ~ patriotic; someone who is not patriotic towards his country should be EXPATRIATED (~ expelled)
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by meetnish

Expa(TREE)ate-Lord RAMA went to EXILE where he found only TREES(forest)..called exile
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by nikhilsuhas

expedient

Short Definition :

Definition
(noun) a means to an end; not necessarily a principled or ethical one
Definition
(adj) serving to promote your interest
Example Sentence
  • was merciful only when mercy was expedient

Definition
(adj) appropriate to a purpose; practical
Example Sentence
  • in the circumstances it was expedient to express loyalty

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for expedient

pronounce it like "experienced"...an experienced person is always SUITABLE for making decisions..
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by manishrana50

expedient : expert + obedient ,,, they are the most "suitable" person
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by somabrata

Expedited plane trips are expedient (suitable or practical) since they take little time.
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by nic42991

u plan 2 go on an expedition so u make sure if it is expedient i.e. suitable n practical in time n money's context.
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by avinav

EXPEDIENT=EXPEND+DENTist EXPEND YR MONEY TO SUITABLE DENTIST
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by aman_ali_786

Expedient = ex means cut the ped; Make it more speedy.
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by shaktipada

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