#theNACtheHOAX apostle.STYLE

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apostle

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Definition of apostle

1one sent on a mission: such asaone of an authoritative New Testament group sent out to preach the gospel and made up especially of Christ’s 12 original disciples and Paulbthe first prominent Christian missionary to a region or groupSt. Boniface, the Apostle of Germany2aa person who initiates a great moral reform or who first advocates an important belief or systemban ardent supporter ADHERENTapostles of high technology3the highest ecclesiastical official in some church organizations4one of a Mormon administrative council of 12 menOther Words from apostleSynonyms & AntonymsExample SentencesLearn More About apostle

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hoax

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Definition of hoax

 (Entry 1 of 2)

transitive verbto trick into believing or accepting as genuine something false and often preposterouswere hoaxed by the website

hoaxnoun

Definition of hoax (Entry 2 of 2)1: an act intended to trick or dupe IMPOSTUREthe victim of a cruel hoaxassumed the bomb threat was just a hoax2: something accepted or established by fraud or fabricationbelieves the Loch Ness Monster is a hoaxa literary hoaxOther Words from hoaxSynonyms & AntonymsMore Example SentencesLearn More About hoax

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adversary

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Definition of adversary

 (Entry 1 of 2)one that contends with, opposes, or resists an enemy or opponenta clever adversary

adversaryadjective

Definition of adversary (Entry 2 of 2)1of, relating to, or involving an enemy or adversary2having or involving antagonistic parties or opposing interestsDivorce can be an adversary proceeding.Other Words from adversarySynonyms & AntonymsDid you know?More Example SentencesLearn More About adversaryhttps://f7b812b712195d87ddbb8158f515b6a6.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html

Other Words from adversary

Nounadversarinessnoun

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Adversary comes from Latin advertere, meaning “to turn toward.” The vertere of advertere means “to turn” and is the source of a number of English words. Along with obvious derivatives like inadvertent and adverse are some surprises, including anniversaryvertebra, and prose (this last coming by way of a Latin contraction of a form of the verb provertere, meaning “to turn forward”).

Examples of adversary in a Sentence

NounHe’s a very smart criminal who pushes emotional buttons to get what he wants. He’s quite a worthy adversary for Mac and the team.— TV Guide, 2-8 June 2008American diplomacy after World War II exemplified the soundness of this principle. We put our power at the disposal of all who cherished freedom and peace. We did things for others they couldn’t do for themselves. We defended others, yes, but we also forgave our former enemies and helped reconcile old adversaries, such as France and Germany.— Colin L. Powell, Wilson Quarterly, Summer 2004

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