A wife sending a short message to her husband:
It was just said on the news that they found a hideous corpse with a hollow head, a cigar among ugly rotten teeth and a bottle of liquor in his hand. I"m worried about you! Please, give me a ring...
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v. (-king) inspire or draw forth (memories, a response, etc.). evocation n. [latin voco call]
science n. A science in which absolute precision is possible.
- —adj. - accurate; correct in all details (exact description). - precise. —v. - demand and enforce payment of (money etc.). - demand; insist on; require. exactness n. [latin exigo exact- require] EXALT
v. - raise in rank or power etc.
- praise highly. - (usu. As exalted adj.) Make lofty or noble (exalted aims; exalted style). exaltation n. [latin altus high] EXCEL
v. (-ll-) 1 surpass.
- be pre-eminent. [latin excello be eminent] EXERT
v. - bring to bear, use (a quality, force, influence, etc.).
- refl. (often foll. By for, or to + infin.) Use one's efforts or endeavours; strive. exertion n. [latin exsero exsert- put forth] - v. - bring to bear, use (a quality, force, influence, etc.). - refl. (often foll. By for, or to + infin.) Use one's efforts or endeavours; strive. exertion n. [latin exsero exsert- put forth] EXILE
—n. - expulsion from one's native land or (internal exile) native town etc.
- long absence abroad. - exiled person. —v. (-ling) send into exile. [french from latin] EXIST
v. - have a place in objective reality.
- (of circumstances etc.) Occur; be found. - live with no pleasure. - continue in being. - live. [latin existo] EXPAT
n. & adj. Colloq. Expatriate. [abbreviation]
v. (-ll-) (often foll. By from) 1 deprive (a person) of membership etc. Of a school, society, etc.
- force out, eject. - order or force to leave a building etc. [latin pello puls- drive] EXTOL
v. (-ll-) praise enthusiastically. [latin tollo raise]
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