Vocabulary lesson 21

Definitions and samples

  • inherent (adj.) naturally characteristic; always found within something, because it’s a basic part of that thing

- Either way, we would lose civilian lives, it's an inherent disadvantage of wars.

  • inhabit (v.) live in or occupy (a place or environment)

- The environment you inhabit has a powerful affect on the way you think and feel.

  • responsible (adj.) having an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as part of one's job or role.

- We're each responsible for taking charge and making things happen for ourselves.

  • ample (adj.) sufficient, enough or more than enough

- The house features hardwood floors, granite countertops and ample storage space.

  • comprise (v.) to consist of, include; be made up of

- The cutting garden may comprise a herb garden and ornamental vegetables as well.

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