List 5 S'more

Bailey Holstein

4 Definitions

Rebuttal- To oppose by evidence or argument.

Zealot- A person who has very strong feelings about something and who wants other people to have those feelings.

Vehemently- Showing strong And often angry feelings:very emotional.

Elaborate- Made or done with great care or with much detail.

Part of speech and word origin

Rebuttal- Noun, 1820-1830

Zealot- Noun, Latin- Greek

Vehemently- Adjective, Latin

Elaborate- Adjective , Latin


Sentence- "He chose to give a point by point rebuttal of my earlier comments."
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Sentence- "Zealots, on both sides of the issue, resorted to name-calling and scare tactics."
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Sentence-" He issued a vehement denial of the accusation."
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Sentence-" They made elaborate preparations for the presidents visit."
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