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Synonyms Dictionary

2. in the habit of, given to, wont to, prone to, in the practice orcustom of; habituated, used to, addicted; acclimated, acclimatized, naturalized, familiar with, acquainted with; adapted, hardened, toughened, inured, seasoned, tempered, annealed.

ace, n.1. expert, master, proficient, adept, mavin, master hand, Chiefly Brit. Inf.

dab hand, Brit. Dial. dabster; maestro, virtuoso, talent, genius, prodigy, standout, Inf.wizard, Inf.whiz, U.S. SI.

crackerjack, SI.sharp, SI.shark; professional, Inf.pro, journeyman, veteran, past master, past mistress, old hand, old stager; specialist, authority, connoisseur; (both of martial arts)

black belt, dan.
-adj.

2. excellent, first-rate, capital, Inf.tiptop, Inf.A-l, Inf.A number 1; exceptional, superior, standout, outstanding, striking; superlative, supreme, transcendent, sovereign, the best; matchless, peerless, nonpareil, perfect, sterling, classic, first-class; choice, prime, select, very good; fine, admirable, notable, noteworthy; remarkable, wonderful, marvelous, extraordinary.
3. masterful, masterly, proficient, expert; topflight, top drawer,
Inf.topnotch, Inf.crack, U.S. SI.

crackerjack, SI.on the ball, Inf.whiz-bang, Brit. SI.

whizzo; finished, polished, accomplished, practiced; experienced. Fr. au fait,

professional, Inf.pro, veteran; adept, knowledgeable, skillful, talented, skilled, dextrous, adroit, deft, facile.

acerbate, v. 1. embitter, bitter, exacerbate, envenom, sour, gall, rankle, poison.
2. exasperate, discompose, distress, ruffle, roil, pique, chafe, vex, grate, put out, try [s.o.'s] patience,
SI. drive [s.o.] nuts, SI.get [s.o.'s] goat; anger, incense, enrage, infuriate, madden, raise [s.o.'s] ire, make [s.o.'s] blood boil.
3. irritate, aggravate, annoy, fret, hector, bother, nettle, perturb, disturb; torment, provoke, plague, badger, pester, persecute, harass, get on [s.o.'s] nerves.
-adj. 4.
embittered, bitter, galled, rankled, resentful; acrimonious, virulent, rancorous, acerbic, acerb.
5. angry, irate, incensed,
Inf.mad, Inf.sore, SI.hot, SI.hot under the collar, SI.teed-off, SI.ticked-off; livid, enraged, infuriated, furious.

acerbity, n.1. (all of taste)

sourness, bitterness, tartness, acidity, acidness, acridity, acridness, acidulousness; pungency, sharpness, unsavoriness, roughness, harshness.
2. (
all of expression or temperament)

acrimony, causticity, virulence, mordancy, trenchancy, astringen-cy, asperity, venomousness, acrimoniousness; irritability, irritableness, irascibility, irascibleness, petulance, Rare,

petulancy; short-temperedness, illtemperedness, testiness, edginess, touchiness, grouchiness, peevishness, crabbiness; snappishness, bearishness, currishness; brusqueness, gruffness, brashness, surliness; rudeness, churlishness, boorishness, gracelessness.
3. choler, rancor, spleen, ill humor, ill feeling, ill temper.

ache, v. 1. pain, throb, hurt, smart, gnaw, twinge, pinch; be in pain, suffer pain, be sore.
2. suffer, sorrow, grieve, mourn; be distressed, be anguished, be disquieted; feel for, pity, feel sympathy.
3. be eager, yearn, long, hanker, hanker for, pine for; crave, desire earnestly, wish ardently. -
n. 4. dull pain, continued pain, soreness, hurt, suffering, smarting; throb, pang, twitch, twinge, spasm, pinch, gripe; distress, affliction, woe, misery; heartache, anguish, grief, sorrow, dolor.
5. longing, craving, yearning, hankering, pining for; uneasiness, anxiety, angst.

achievable, adj.attainable, reachable, within reach, accessible; realizable, obtainable, procurable, com-passable; accomplishable, doable, computable; practicable, workable, manageable, surmountable; reasonable, feasible, possible, conceivable, imaginable, thinkable, admissible; potential, likely, probable.

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Simple Mocktails

Mango Punch

Ingredients :
Serving for Two :
  • Alphonso Sweetened Mango Pulp
  • 1 liter Sprite
  • 1 liter Gingerale
  • 2 scoops Vanilla Ice Cream
  • 1 Orange

    Receipe :
    Place mango pulp in a punch bowl and pour equal amounts of sprite and gingerale until the bowl is full, and then add ice cream slowly. Cut the orange parallely and add on the punch. Let it settle down for couple of minutes and serve.

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