Difficult Words :

Unwitting, Unremitting and Uniform

Difficult Words : Unwitting, Unremitting and Uniform

Uniform (YOO ni FAWRM) adj: consistent, unchanging, the same for everyone

Traffic laws are similar from one state to the next, but they aren't uniform. Each state has its own variations.

The school did not have a uniform grading policy. Each teacher was free to mark students according to any system that he or she thought appropriate.

Something that is uniform has uniformity.

Uniforms are suits of clothing that are uniform in appearance from one person to the next.

Unremitting (UN ri MIT ing) adj: unceasing, unabated, relentless

Superman waged an unremitting battle against evildoers everywhere.

Unwitting (un WIT ing) adj: unintentional, ignorant, not aware

When Leo agreed to hold open the door of the bank, he became an unwitting accomplice to the bank robbery.

My theft was unwitting. I hadn't meant to steal the car, but had unintentionally driven it away from the automobile dealership and parked it in my garage.

On the camping trip, Josephine unwittingly stepped into a bear trap and remained stuck in it for several days.

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