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Word Groups - 12
Learn different words that signify 'peace' and 'elimination'.
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Group 1: Words related to the sentiment of peace, calm and serenity
At times, we are simply in search of some form of peace or calm. In this theme, we explore a set of words that are based on the theme of peace, calm and serenity.
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Calm, undisturbed, comfortable.
Quiet, peaceful, amicable.
Characterized by dignity and propriety.
Quiet, dignified, earnest.
Balanced, calm durable.
Calm, mild, easy-going.
Not physically disturbed or set in motion
Group 2: Words that are related to the sentiment of ending or finishing something
In this word group, we explore a set of words that signify the concluding parts of an event or occurrence. This theme is all about eliminating and ending something.
Explore this set of words:
To destroy, obliterate, abolish.
Remove completely from recognition or memory.
To get rid of by destroying completely.
To eliminate completely.
Douse, quench, and smother.
Destroy, remove, abolish.
Throwaway, destroy, discard.
The two clusters above showcase how the method of cluster formation can be used for expanding your word-power. Use this method and your vocabulary database will surely grow exponentially.
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