Word(s) of the day

vaunted

praised often in a way that is considered to be more than acceptable or reasonable:

“His (much) vaunted new plan has been shown to have serious weaknesses.”

flex one’s muscles

give a show of strength or power.

“the committee likes to flex its political muscles from time to time”

oligopoly

a state of limited competition, in which a market is shared by a small number of producers or sellers.

predispose

make someone liable or inclined to a specified attitude, action, or condition.

“lack of exercise may predispose an individual to high blood pressure”

hyperdrive – overdrive

state of heightened activity

In a subset of covid-19 cases, researchers have found, the immune system battling the infection goes into hyperdrive.

momentous

of great importance or significance, especially in having a bearing on future events.

“a period of momentous changes in East–West relations”

exquisitely

  • in an extremely beautiful and delicate manner.
    “exquisitely crafted sculptures”
  • in an intensely felt manner.
    “the exquisitely painful portrait of a marriage collapsing”

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