SEEKAPOR | an Educational Companion

November 2019


WORD OF THE DAY: Decrescent Meaning: adj./ gradually becoming less. Use: Ghana’s school dropout rate is decrescent Synonym: lessoning, ebbing,

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WORD OF THE DAY: Debonair Meaning: adj./ confident, stylish and charming Use: All the guys looked debonair at the graduation.

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WORD OF THE WEEK: Debauch Meaning: verb./ destroy or debase the moral purity of; corrupt Use: She has debauched all

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WORD OF THE DAY: Decorous Meaning: adj./ become proper or decent. Use: Senior high school teaches you to behave in

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WORD OF THE DAY: Deboss Meaning: verb./ to indent (a figure or design) into a surface. Use: Many companies deboss

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Only Someone Else Can Scratch Your Back.

Our elders have sayings that describe every situation perfectly. In praise of some of these descriptions, better known as proverbs,

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