Proverbs and their meanings
A proverb is a saying, usually short, that expresses a general truth about life.Proverbs give advice, make an observation, or present a teaching in a succinct and memorable way.
believing has a core of unbelieving: Belief and unbelief are closely related, and sometimes you need to start from a position of skepticism to arrive at the truth.
charity is not a bone you throw to a dog but a bone you share with a dog: There should be more to charity than simply giving money or other material goods-it is better to establish a relationship with those in need and to work with them for the benefit of all concerned.
A phrasal verb is a verb followed by a preposition or an adverb; the combination creates a meaning different from the original verb. Below you will find a list of phrasal verbs in alphabetical order with their meaning and an example of use. look up to-Admire
He was a wonderful teacher and many students looked up to him.
Synonyms and Antonyms
an order that something not be done or used
“management’s veto of our suggestion about allowing casual dress on Fridays”
Synonyms- ban, embargo, interdict, interdiction, proscription, veto
Related Words- no-no, taboo (also tabu); constraint, inhibition, limitation, restraint, restriction; deterrent, discouragement; repression, suppression; prevention; denial, disallowance, negation, refusal, rejection; objection, protest; caveat, warning; no-no; commandment, decree, dictate, edict, injunction, mandate
Near Antonyms- sufferance, tolerance, toleration; allowance, allowing, authorization, clearance, consent, granting, leave, letting, license (or licence), licensing (also licencing), permission, permitting, sanction, sanctioning; approbation, approval, blessing, endorsement (also indorsement), imprimatur, OK (or okay); enabling, encouragement, facilitation, promotion, support; compliance, obedience, submission; accession, acquiescence, agreement, assent