Noun. (archaic) Advocacy; the act of advocating or pleading.
Is Displeasurable a word?
Disagreeable; giving or imparting no pleasure.
Is openable a real word?
adjective. capable of being opened.
Is deliciousness a proper word?
de·li′cious·ly adv. de·li′cious·ness n. These adjectives mean very pleasing to the sense of taste: a delicious pâté; delectable raspberries; luscious chocolate bonbons; a scrumptious peach; a toothsome apple; yummy fudge.
What word best replaces displeased?
Synonyms & Antonyms of displeased
What is annoyance mean?
1 : the act of annoying someone or of being annoyed. 2 : the state or feeling of being annoyed : vexation She couldn’t hide her annoyance. 3 : a source of vexation or irritation : nuisance The delay was a minor annoyance.
Is closable a word?
Alternative spelling of closeable.
What means openable?
: incapable of being opened : not openable an unopenable window.
What does operable mean?
1 : fit, possible, or desirable to use : practicable. 2 : likely to result in a favorable outcome upon surgical treatment an operable cancer.
What’s another word for tasty?
Some common synonyms of tasty are appetizing, palatable, savory, and toothsome. While all these words mean “agreeable or pleasant especially to the sense of taste,” tasty implies a pronounced taste.
Is maliciousness a word?
Still, if someone acts in a hateful or vindictive way, appearing to enjoy watching others suffer pain or humiliation, that’s maliciousness. We can trace this word back to the Latin malitiosus, “wicked,” from the root malus, “bad.”
How do you spell delicious?
Correct spelling for the English word “delicious” is [dɪlˈɪʃəs], [dɪlˈɪʃəs], [d_ɪ_l_ˈɪ_ʃ_ə_s] (IPA phonetic alphabet).
What word can replace you?
Replace instances of “you” in your essay either by using “individual” or “one” to refer to a single hypothetical person and using “people” to refer to a large group to whom something you’re saying applies.
What is another word for replaces?
Some common synonyms of replace are displace, supersede, and supplant.
What does supplant mean?
transitive verb. 1 : to supersede (another) especially by force or treachery. 2a(1) obsolete : uproot. (2) : to eradicate and supply a substitute for efforts to supplant the vernacular.