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Thursday, November 26, 2020

synonym for thanks

gratitude

noun [ grat-i-tood, -tyood ]

gratitude is another word for thanks

To give thanks is to express appreciation for something—in other words, to express gratitude. But the noun gratitude goes a little deeper. Gratitude is defined as the quality or feeling of being grateful or thankful. The key difference is one of feeling versus expressing. Gratitude implies a warm or deep appreciation of personal kindness (a feeling). Grateful and thankful are, of course, both wonderful things to be, and fortunately they are not mutually exclusive. Go ahead, give thanks loudly as an expression of your deep gratitude—there's ample room at the table for both!

Commonly found as

gratitude and appreciation
The boss expressed her gratitude and appreciation for each staff member.
sincere gratitude
The family showed their sincere gratitude for everyone's support by writing them personal letters.

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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

synonym for eat

gormandize

verb [ verb gawr-muhn-dahyz ]

gormandize is another word for eat

The verb eat, though tremendously useful, says very little about the manner in which one partakes in a meal. Slowly? Quickly? With gusto? That’s where big, flavorful verbs like gormandize come in handy: to gormandize is to eat greedily or ravenously. Gormandize comes from the noun of the same spelling, which originally skewed negative to refer to excessive eating, but in the 1800s picked up a degree of refinement, suggesting unrestrained enjoyment of fine foods, wines, and the like. When not gobbling up food, gormandize may be found devouring books, knowledge, or gossip.

Commonly found as

gourmandize (without object)
He did not just eat; he gormandized, leaving not a crumb behind.
gourmandize (with object)
Having waiting 5 years for its much-hyped release, she absolutely gormandized the new book.

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Tuesday, November 24, 2020

synonym for peaceful

serene

adjective [ suh-reen ]

serene is another word for peaceful

The adjective serene means calm, peaceful, or tranquil. It is most commonly used to describe people who display a notably unruffled manner, or natural surroundings that are fair and calm. When applied to people, serene suggests dignity, composure, and graciousness. When applied to nature, it suggests mellowness. Unlike peaceful, serene is not used to describe relations, as between nations, or processes, such as transitions of power. In fact, serene, when not describing an individual's expression or demeanor, is more likely to turn up in descriptions of settings where people are scarce!

Commonly found as

face + serene
Despite the commotion around him, his face was serene and he seemed perfectly relaxed.
quiet and serene
She preferred to kayak in the early morning, when the lake was quiet and serene.

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