Difficult Words :

Tacit and Synthesis





Difficult Words : Tacit and Synthesis

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Synthesis (SIN thi sis) n: the combining of parts to form a whole

It seemed as though the meeting might end in acrimony and confusion until Raymond offered his brilliant synthesis of the two diverging points of view.

A hot fudge sundae is the perfect synthesis of hot fudge and vanilla ice cream.




Tacit (TAS it) adj: implied, not spoken

Mrs. Rodgers never formally asked us to murder her husband, but we truly believed that we were acting with her tacit consent.

There was tacit agreement among the men that women had no business at their weekly poker game.



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