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Short Definition : revere; treat with great respect

(verb) regard with feelings of respect and reverence; consider hallowed or exalted or be in awe of
Synonyms : fear , revere , reverence
Example Sentence
  • Fear God as your father
  • We venerate genius

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for venerate

ven(..when)U RATE someone higher.. you TREAT THEM WITH RESPECT .
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by kvsharat

vanar who ate the mountain - hanuman - we revere him
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by dark_lord

venerate is like( V RATE) u know if channel v rates somebody it would be idolized, adorable or respected personality
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by bishalbhatt

venerate - vener(hot water in tamil). Give high respect or pour hot water
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by sansecretcp


Short Definition : (of a fault or sin) forgivable; trivial

(adj) warranting only temporal punishment
Synonyms : minor
Example Sentence
  • venial sin

(adj) easily excused or forgiven
Synonyms : excusable , forgivable
Example Sentence
  • a venial error

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for venial

key word is menial. We forgive someone for menial mistakes.
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by amolge

ven + ial (ill) when child is ill, his mischievousness is forgiveable
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by himmy

replace the first word with d and the word "denial" means to deny something or give excuse to something
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by anshAVI

Remember "venal" - it is pertaining to sin. This is also pertaining to sin.
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by garrulous

Venial--replace v with denial means rejecting the request contradictory to denial means venial means accepting (forgiving) someone
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by tariq431

the ability to forgive runs through our VEINS
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by deepak27_krishnakumar

venial == i + venal (i.e only difference is an 'i'), which u can expand as ignore+ venal (crime)== forgive
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by sridif

a menial job at the start of your career is venial enough.. but a menial job after years of experience is worth a rebuke
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by rdrd

VEIN is very thin....when you see a VENIAL(very thin like vein) person, you will pardon him
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by nileshdive

Someone Genial will consider an offense as Venial.
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by farzan

if you hit someone in an artery- OH MY GOD BLOOD EVERYWHERE. But in the VEIN? Well, that's venial.
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by tymothy

venial comes from Venus which is all about sexual desire.. It is a trivial thing and also someone indulging in such crimes cannot be forgiven
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by prash_kimi

venial - ve+nial-> we people nailed Jesus but he readily forgived,pardon all
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by sansecretcp

sounds like DENIAL which means refusing to comply and VENIAL is opposite of it..
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by manojative

venial->lenial->lenient. U can be lenient with a person who has committed venial error
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by aroraraman309

Venial = ven + i + al; ven comes so let i have to left the all people.
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by shaktipada

(ven)When (ial)ill you are pardoned of your mistakes
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by mnemonikar

Venial and pardonable both refer to forgiveable, excuseable.h
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by pushpa_edit


Short Definition : meat of a deer; CF. cow: beef; CF. pig: pork, ham, bacon; CF. calf: veal; CF. sheep: mutton; CF. lamb: lamb

(noun) meat from a deer used as food
Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for venison

remember like this (krishna)veni's son eats meat of deer
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by cool_123

Veni's son is so very dear to her...he likes meat..she wants to feed Him with DEER DEER MEAT for DEAR
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by garsone_kill

Venison sounds like Bison.
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by subhasish

ven is your son's bday, we'll have deer.
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by ank_85

WHEN IS SUNDAY, sunday is party time, so we will eat meat of deer
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by mohitpanwar2007


Short Definition : poison (of an animal); hatred; Ex. remarks full of venom; ADJ. venomous

(noun) toxin secreted by animals; secreted by certain snakes and poisonous insects (e.g., spiders and scorpions)
(noun) feeling a need to see others suffer
Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for venom

Venom and potassium are rhyming words and they both mean, poison.
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by pushpa_edit

V+(nom)normally hate if v do not get what v want...i.e.extreme hatred
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by vivacious


Short Definition : release or discharge through a vent; express (esp. unfairly); utter; Ex. He vented his wrath on his family.

(noun) a hole for the escape of gas or air
Synonyms : blowhole , vent-hole , venthole

(noun) external opening of urinary or genital system of a lower vertebrate
(noun) a fissure in the earth's crust (or in the surface of some other planet) through which molten lava and gases erupt
Synonyms : volcano

(noun) a slit in a garment (as in the back seam of a jacket)
(noun) activity that frees or expresses creative energy or emotion
Synonyms : outlet , release
Example Sentence
  • she had no other outlet for her feelings
  • he gave vent to his anger

(verb) give expression or utterance to
Synonyms : give vent , ventilate
Example Sentence
  • She vented her anger
  • The graduates gave vent to cheers

(verb) expose to cool or cold air so as to cool or freshen
Synonyms : air , air out , ventilate
Example Sentence
  • air the old winter clothes
  • air out the smoke-filled rooms

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for vent

He WENT out through the VENT.
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by userdce

vent means ventilation that is a hole used to let air in and out
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by shrenik

Vent means is to Express some dudes remember like diz.... You Vent in "Express" Bus to your place..... hence vent is to express something
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by arunpeddi

vent has 2 meanings
1. to let out air 2. to let out emotions
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by friendofafriend

relate vent to invent means to "express" creativity , but here in the sense unfairy
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by nataraj_mnemonic

Vent can be imagined as ventilation system in which unwanted air is thrown out...just as unwanted feelings like anger is expressed out of our mouth...
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by bugmenot

Vent and casement are similar in sound and meaning...they both mean, an opening.
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by pushpa_edit

vent~ventilator through which we get air :)
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by pramodkalvala


Short Definition : admit fresh air into to replace stale air

(verb) expose to cool or cold air so as to cool or freshen
Synonyms : air , air out , vent
Example Sentence
  • air the old winter clothes
  • air out the smoke-filled rooms

(verb) expose to the circulation of fresh air so as to retard spoilage
Example Sentence
  • Wheat should be well ventilated

(verb) circulate through and freshen
Example Sentence
  • The gust of air ventilated the room

(verb) give expression or utterance to
Synonyms : give vent , vent
Example Sentence
  • She vented her anger
  • The graduates gave vent to cheers

(verb) furnish with an opening to allow air to circulate or gas to escape
Example Sentence
  • The architect did not think about ventilating the storage space

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for ventilate

Ventilate and levitate are similar in sound and both relate to the air. Ventilate means to allow the air to come in, while levitate means to rise or cause to rise and float on air.
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by pushpa_edit

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