Word of the Day: contingent

Pronunciation: [kuhn-tin-juhnt]

Definition(s): 1. dependent for existence, occurrence, character, etc., on something not yet certain; conditional (often followed by on or upon)

2. liable to happen or not; uncertain; possible:
3.happening by chance or without known cause; fortuitous; accidental:

Part of Speech: adjective

Sentence: Whether or not we go to six flags is contingent upon if it rains or not.

Synonyms: dependent upon, probable, uncertain

Antonyms: certain, definite, real, sure, truthful, unconditional

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Word of the Day: perfidious

Pronunciation: [per-FID-ee-uhs]

Definition: deliberately faithless; treacherous; deceitful:

Part of Speech: adjective

Sentence: There is nothing perfidious in this practice as long as it is kept within bounds.

Synonyms: betraying, misleading, insidious, disloyal

Antonyms: ethical, honest, fair, trustworthy, truthful