Pair of Words: Meaning and Sentence from Trifling to Veracity

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List of Pair of Words: T to V

Trifling

Meaning: A trifling matter or amount of money is small or not important

Sentence: It was such a trifling sum of money to argue about!

Trivial

Meaning: having little value or importance

Sentence: I don’t know why he gets so upset about something that is utterly trivial.

Temporal

Meaning: relating to practical matters or physical things, rather than spiritual ones Sentence: Her starting point: ‘The future is the only temporal area over which people have power’.

Temporary

Meaning: Not lasting or needed for very long Sentence: The ceasefire will only provide a temporary solution to the crisis. (Pair Repeated: 1)

Tortuous

Meaning: not direct or simple

Sentence: He took a tortuous route through back streets.

Torturous

Meaning: causing torture

Sentence: It was torturous to think that he could have stopped the boy from running into the road.

Voracity

Meaning: excessive desire to eat

Sentence: On reaching the ship they were offered some bread, which they devoured with a voracious appetite.

Veracity

Meaning: the quality of being true, honest or accurate

Sentence: The veracity of the second claim can be tested against the findings of archeology.

Venal

Meaning: A venal person is willing to behave in a way that is not honest or moral in exchange for money

Sentence: A venal ruler

Venial

Meaning: describes a wrong action that is not serious and therefore easy to forgive Sentence: Aristocracy is not an institution: aristocracy is a sin; generally, a very venial one.

Voracity

Meaning: excessive desire to eat

Sentence: On reaching the ship they were offered some bread, which they devoured with a voracious appetite.

Veracity

Meaning: the quality of being true, honest or accurate

Sentence: The veracity of the second claim can be tested against the findings of archeology.

Virtuous

Meaning: having good moral qualities and behavior

Sentence: He described them as a virtuous and hard-working people.

Virtual

Meaning: describes something that can be done or seen using a computer and therefore without going anywhere or talking to anyone

Sentence: In tests, we have found the virtual machine runs at a reasonable speed.

Voracity

Meaning: excessive desire to eat

Sentence: On reaching the ship they were offered some bread, which they devoured with a voracious appetite.

Veracity

Meaning: the quality of being true, honest or accurate

Sentence: The veracity of the second claim can be tested against the findings of archeology.

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