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1. nemesis. An unbeatable foe; a source of harm or ruin. .. For a soldier in boot camp, the drill sergeant is his nemesis because the sergeant can punish the recruit at will.. noun. 2. inimical. Extremely hostile. ID: 647820Embed code:
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Fiske Chapters 19
An unbeatable foe; a source of harm or ruin
For a soldier in boot camp, the drill sergeant is his nemesis because the sergeant can punish the recruit at will.
For a snake or a beehive, the honey badger is inimical.
Deep-seated often mutual hatred
During the Cold War, there was enmity between the U.S. and the U.S.S.R.
People who are inclined to fight—esp. with fists.
“Put up your dukes,” said the pugilistic dude with the ‘
Aggressive or engaged in warfare
We had to put the jack ‘o lantern down after he attacked the neighborhood pumpkins.
Someone who is annoyed or angry over a trivial issue
Callie and Oprah stopped talking when Oprah became miffed over a Barbie doll.
Bitter hostility or hatred
A lot of people blame Yoko Ono for the animosity that lead to the break up of the Beatles.
feeling of aversion or dislike
A lot of people have serious antipathy toward Justin Bieber and don’t want to have anything to do with Bieber fever.
Evil intentions or desire to harm others
Kim Jong Un was so upset about being spoofed in a movie that his malice motivated him to threaten the U.S.
About as hostile as you can get, warlike
The bellicose white men were eager to destroy the Native American tribe.
Comrades, cohorts, and Companions
Light-hearted mutual trust among friends
Being in a tight-knit group of friends creates a camaraderie.
Sociable, a person who enjoys the company of others.
The student was very gregarious and often got in trouble for talking in class.Slide15
Someone who is gracious and approachable, easy to speak to.
Disney princesses seem like they are very affable.Slide16
Agreeable and sympathetic, gracious
To be a good employee, you must be very congenial with your customers.Slide17
Having like mind or temperament
Flynn Ryder and the kingdom are not exactly simpatico.Slide18
A bit more feeling than friendship, respect or reverence
You should have veneration for Mr. Fiske because he is experienced and wise.Slide19
Excessive admiration or flattery, adoration
When you wear a fan t-shirt, you are showing adulation for the show.Slide20
Given to open expression of emotion
Sports fans get very demonstrative when their team is about to score.Slide21
Any kind of group or band of people
The Avengers are a good group of cohorts that work together to save the world.Slide22
The praise one might offer to a friend or to someone of exceptional achievement.
The student received kudos for being the only one to receive an A+ on the test.Slide23
15 of the words,
things that are examples of that
word and explain why.
1. teams members ---because they work together to win a game
2. Committee ----because they are assigned to complete a project