Vocab-ability–198 (rid, ris = laugh) – A More Powerful Vocabulary (earn UpVotes with “Vocab Practice” exercise)

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. It's ridiculous to think bitcoin is a scam.

  2. All you'll get is derision if you ever say that in a community of bitcoiners

  3. To save yourself the ridicule, keep your thoughts to yourself.

  4. However, if you want to be ridiculed, be my guest and publish that post on the /btc subgroup on reddit

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And it's ridiculous to believe that fiat money is actually worth something ... that the dollar, the yen, the euro, and such have any real value.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Ridiculous.
    She went on a shopping spree but the prices on those outfits she tried on were definitely and unreasonably ridiculous.

  2. Derision.
    The Colonel’s error judgment about the enemy’s location to sway in battle was the reason of derision from his command.

  3. Ridicule.
    In his mind it wasn’t about learning the game but ridicule on how stupid and unfair the rule of the game was.

  4. Ridicule.
    The other team in the football game were about to ridicule their rivals for having scored the least in the final championship.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE.
1.Ridiculous.
I don't like him because his talking are ridiculous.
2.Derision.
We should not derision to our elders.
3.Ridicule.
Don't ridicule him to his face.
4.Ridicule.
I don't like those people who's ridicule to others.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. It is so ridiculous that some Ugandans especially those from the Ankole tribe can not pronounce the word photosynthesis.
  2. The president's decision to tax all social media users was followed by derision.
  3. Lukaku's decision to shoot the ball off target instead of giving a through pass was ridiculed by all Arsenal fans.
  4. The students plotted to ask the teacher hard questions just to ridicule her.
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Good work! But I hope none of you Vocab Practitioners are plotting to ask me difficult questions!!! :-)

MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Ridiculous
    It's ridiculous how many people are greedy and forget about the others.

  2. Derision
    People cry in derision when they discover the sad end of the book.

  3. Ridicule
    There are many persons who work for ages to different projects which are ridiculed by people in a few seconds.

  4. Ridicule
    Ridicule is the result of bad behavior.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. It is Ridiculous to see men who look unkempt say they belong to beard gang.
  2. Politicians who are power drunk make a Derision of themselves.
  3. Some crazy fashion trends can make one a Ridicule, please dress well.
  4. Comedians master the art of Ridicule, which in turn gives them fortune.
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. It was ridiculous to fight with him this way
    2.His stance on gun control drew derision from the pacifists
  2. It may have been a simple ridicule, but it still made him feel rejected
  3. There is a difference between an innocent jest and a mean-spirited ridicule
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

1- John was always the ridiculous of the class.
2- I always enjoy a good derision to my husband.
3- The party of ridicule is a classic in this city.
4- During adolescence it is very common to feel ridiculed.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. It's ridiculous that someone who has been arrested for larceny and still doesn't know its definition could possibly be qualified, let alone endorsed, as a candidate for attorney general.
  2. His poor play on the gridiron Sunday earned him derision from sports commentators all around the country on Monday.
  3. Her poorly thought-out proposal was promptly met with ridicule from her colleagues.
  4. A bold statement that is so wrong deserves to be memed and ridiculed.
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. I had a very ridiculous argument with my nephew yesterday.

  2. Wilfred had to leave his to get a new apartment because of the ridicule of his wife.

  3. Wilfred's wife ridicule him because of his low paying job.

  4. The costume of the singing group threw the audience into derision.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. What you did at the party was very ridiculous

  2. Jane was greeted with derision when she arrived at the party because she was overly dressed

  3. The ridicule that the corruption story stirred made the politician to resign

  4. The boy that took last in the race was ridiculed by everyone

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What most people do at most parties is mostly ridiculous. Right??

"MY VOCAB PRACTICE."

Ridiculous. He told a ridiculous story of how he got his black eye and no one believed him.

Derision. The people in the audience showed their derision for the lousy performance of the entire ensemble by laughing during all the wrong scenes.

Ridicule. Even though she did most of the care taking, there were some in the family who still unjustly ridiculed her, nonetheless.

Ridicule. People who do bad things will usually endure a fair amount of ridicule because of it.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE
1-May your activities be ridiculous.
2-Let not make a derision of our forefathers as they were rough.
3-Some TV channels are making ridicule cartoon of politics.
4-Due to his bad habits my friend always be redicule

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Some people formed ridiculous idea that Asian people got their mess together just because some parts of Asia did well financially and held onto strong family values.
  2. The ex-Prime Minister's response in the high profiled interview was received with derision.
  3. The ex-First Lady's conduct was not only widely condemned but also ridiculed publicly.
  4. The plan was a calculated move to ridicule the shameless couple.
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I believe the conduct of most First Ladies is ridiculous. Same for the conduct of their husbands!!

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Thank you! I can't agree more! :-)

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. I like to say “redonkulous” because it sounds ridiculous.

  2. It is redonkulous how so many celebrities make derisions of themselves.

  3. Some YouTube sensations are so redonkulous that they should be ridiculed instead of rewarded and praised.

  4. Redonkulous comedian celebrities feed off of ridicule to boost ratings.

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Good work!

I may include "redonkulous" in a future edition of Vocab-ability. OK? :-)

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Haha. Sure! It would make for one redonkulous vocab lesson.

MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Ridiculous:
    You should take my ridiculous comments very personal as they are my way of secretively poking fun at you.

  2. Derision:
    The bully used derisive tactics to get Kierquo to steal his parent's wallet and give it to him.

  3. Ridicule:
    The ridicule I had to put up with in high school simply because I chose to play chess, hacky-sack, and Frisbee in the school gym is one of the reasons I didn't like hanging out with many kids.

  4. Ridicule:
    I'm going to find the ways to ridicule you that will have your children's children hiding out underneath rocks thinking there are poisonous snakes ready to eat them up should they dare to think of getting out.

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Good work!

Good luck with the initiative in #4. Your intention is obviously very noble. :-)

MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Many people believe a ridiculous notion that it's impossible to be racist against certain ethnic groups.
  2. A call to fix systemic problems many men face was met with derision from feminists.
  3. Apparently is a ridicule to focus on social problems that exclude women.
  4. Fortunately, many commentators did not back up and proceed to ridicule that kind of mindset.
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE
1 Ridiculous
The man sound ridiculous to the children.
2 Derision
The cat viewed the cheap supermarket catfood with derision and stalked away.
3 Ridicule
He was ridicule cause he could not communicate in english.
4-Ridicule
He ridiculed the man for been immoral

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