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instructive  Speak
of a quantity not able to fulfill a need or requirement
serving to instruct of enlighten or inform; enlightening
rebellion; uprising; rising against civil or political authority
make an island of; place in a detached situation, or in a state having no communication with surrounding objects; isolate; separate
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a. Syn. antiquated
no longer current or applicable; antiquated

Spelling Word: archaic
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prominence  Read
n. state of being widely known or eminent; relative importance

Last week, investors around the world were stunned when Bill Gross, the co-founder of Pimco - the world's largest bond fund - announced his departure from the firm. But what is Pimco, and how did it and Mr Gross come into prominence?

Added on 2017-11-23
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flotilla: n. a small fleet, or a fleet of small vessals
exploit: v. to use for one’s own advantage; to draw illegitimate profits from
verbiage: n. overabundance of words; using too many words without necessity
worried well: n. users of medical or psychiatric services who are not suffering from any diagnosable disease
convoke: v. to call together; to cause to assemble for a meeting
palatial: a. like a palace; grand and rich