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Published in : 2013-03-15 | by VocabSlam
How do you use Haughty in a sentence? Haughty (adjective); blatantly and disdainfully proud. Check out how real people are using it in a sentence and then try ...
Published in : 2011-12-30 | by VocabSlam
Impetus (n); a driving force; impulse. Think you can top this? Post a text or video comment below with your own example! www.vocabslam.com.
Published in : 2012-05-04 | by VocabSlam
Ubiquitous (adj); existing or being everywhere. Real life examples of how to use ubiquitous in a sentence. Think you can top these examples? Want to talk about ...
Published in : 2012-03-20 | by VocabSlam
Loquacious (adj); full of excessive talk: WORDY. A real life example of how to use Loquacious in a sentence. Think you can top this? Post a text or video ...
Published in : 2012-01-18 | by VocabSlam
Volatile (adj); tending to erupt into violence : EXPLOSIVE. Think you can top this sentence? Post a video or text response below!
Published in : 2012-04-27 | by VocabSlam
Inundate (verb); OVERFLOW. An example of how to use the vocabulary word INUNDATE in a sentence.
Published in : 2011-12-28 | by VocabSlam
Ubiquitous (adj); existing or being everywhere. A real life example of how to use ubiquitous in a sentence. Think you can top this? Post a text or video comment ...
Published in : 2012-03-17 | by VocabSlam
Fallacy (noun); A false or mistaken idea. Here's an example of how to use fallacy in a sentence. "Coming from Texas, New Yorkers thought that many of us said ...
Published in : 2012-03-02 | by VocabSlam
Fallacy (noun); a false or mistaken idea. "It would be a fallacy to say that the Liberty Bell was cracked by a fat guy sitting on it. The truth it was really cracked while ...
Published in : 2012-05-01 | by VocabSlam
Gaffe (noun); a social or political blunder. These two VocabSlammers discuss recent gaffes they've heard.