Difficult Words :
Venal and Vehement
Difficult Words : Venal and Vehement
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Vehement (VEE uh munt) adj: intense, forceful, violent
Shaking his fist and stamping his foot, Gerry was vehement in his denial.
Venal (VEEN ul) adj: capable of being bribed, willing to do anything for money, corrupt
The venal judge reversed his favorable ruling when the defendant refused to make good on his promised bribe.
The young man's interest in helping the sick old woman was strictly venal. he figured that if he was kind to her, she would leave him a lot of money in her will.
A venal person is a person characterized by venality.
Don't confuse this word with venial, which means trivial or pardonable. A peccadillo is a venial, harmless sin.
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