UnappealingAdjective: Not attractive or pleasing.
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PulchritudeNoun: Physical beauty.
chosen by Gabriella (8 TN)
AnaestheticNoun: A drug that makes you fall asleep.
chosen by Comert (7 ST)
MenagerieNoun: A collection of wild animals kept for exhibition.
chosen by James (7 ST)
ConfusticateVerb: Perplex, confound or confuse. It blends together the words “confuse” and “complicate”.
chosen by Atheminee (7 MD)
EpipelagicAdjective: Relating to, or inhabiting the upper zone of the ocean from just below the surface to 100 metres deep.
chosen by William (8 NA)
PusillanimousAdjective: It means that you are timid or cowardly.
chosen by Aurora (8 NA)
EgocentricAdjective: A self-centred person who thinks only of themselves instead of others.
chosen by Laine (7DV)
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PancomputationalismNoun: The theory of how the universe is a self-calculating computer and all energy and matter can be described digitally.
chosen by Mr Carrick (Science)
ExocytosisNoun: The release of substances from a cell via membranous vesicles.
chosen by Alfie (12 BN)
InscrutableAdjective: Mysterious or enigmatic.
chosen by Maria-Sophia (12 BA)
Frowzy (or Frowsy)Adjective: Untidy or unkempt in appearance; shabby.
chosen by Miss Gallagher (English)
AsinineAdjective: Foolish, lacking sense or knowledge.
chosen by Harry (12 MS)
UbiquitousAdjective: Being or seeming to be everywhere at once.
chosen by Charlie (12 MS)
Adjective: An algebraic expression consisting of the sum of a number of terms e.g. x4+x³+3x²+7x+10
chosen by Peshali (12 GD)
IncandescentAdjective: 1. Emitting light as a result of being heated. 2. Full of strong emotion; passionate.
chosen by Mrs Nolan (Librarian)