Ethnocentrism is cultural pride.
My grandmother’s ethnocentrism leads her to believe her religion is the only real religion.
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Abode means home.
The fraternity’s abode was the messiest one on campus.
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Nemesis is an enemy.
As soon as Kurt saw his nemesis, he became enraged.
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Envious means jealous.
When the billionaire lost his fortune, his envious friends were wild with joy.
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Boon is a benefit.
The relocation of the car factory to our struggling town is an economic boon.
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Vituperative means aggressive.
We cannot be friends if you continue to attack me with vituperative words.
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Vernacular means common language.
His vernacular identified him as a Frenchman.
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Nimble means quick.
The nimble hamster enjoyed running on his wheel.
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Cite means quote.
In his essay, Randy must cite the opinions of several experts.
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Begrudge means Envy.
Rick takes pleasure in earning his own money and does not begrudge the inherited wealth of others.
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