Question : 1.Use the word elicit in a sentence including an antonym.
2. Use the word expostulate in a sentence including a comparison.
3. Use the word hackneyed in a sentence including a comparison.
4. Use the word hiatus in a sentence including contrast.
5. Use the word innuendo in a sentence including contrast.
6. Use the word intercede in a sentence including cause and effect.
7. Use the word jaded in a sentence including association or experience.
8. Use the word lurid in a sentenc..
Answer : This is not asking for help, it's simply a hackneyed way of eliciting your work from us. You are not on a hiatus from school! You need to expostulate your own. No, I'm not being petulant, it's my prerogative to answer any way I please. In fact, I think it's quite provincial of you to assume that we will do your work and there is certainly nothing meritorious about it! I don't believe in innuendo - I believe in being straightforward, almost lurid, when it comes to cheating. Sigh -- I'm somewhat jaded at seeing all the cheating at Yahoo.
Question : I need to come up with at least 2 sentences about social justice/injustice using the word FORLORN. I need one more; just in case.
Answer : Woe be to them that think any thing but grace can save them: they are in a forlorn state indeed!
The Company does not seem as forlorn as the workers they are laying off.
The financial effect of their already forlorn condition was worsened by the spiraling cost of fuel.
The homeless are sad and forlorn figures warming themselves with fires burning in the garbage cans on the city streets.
Question : in the same sentence?
Answer : It depends on how the sentence is structured.
Tim AND Joan were on a boat ride, AND their canoe tipped over leaving them wet AND cold.
One 'and' is being used for a compound subject, one for a compound sentence and one for a compound object.