Dumb can mean stupid, and also ‘done without words’ or ‘silent.’ Do you know what it means to be “struck dumb” or “dumbstruck” or to “dumb something down”?
Naive is an adjective with both positive and negative connotations. Check them out…!
Graft can be the shoot of a plant or dishonestly obtained money or advantage. We’ll tell you about those meanings and some differences between US and UK informal meanings…
The throat is a body part. Can you guess which one?
A ward is something that can be part of a hospital or prison, or a person under a special circumstance. As well, ward is a verb and also a suffix. Can you think of words that have it?
Do you remember the word spell? Enchantment is another word for it, and it also describes a feeling…
Trough is somewhere animals might drink or eat, but also something you can find in the ocean. Can you guess?
Grief is deep sadness or pain, but it also has other meanings. Check them out!
Ghastly is an adjective you might use to describe something shockingly frightful or someone who looks ill. There are other meanings to tell you about…
A sin is a serious fault or offense, and to some religions, a disobedience of a divine law. Christianity has seven of them, do you know what they are?