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1.Entangled adj 1) twisted together in a tangled mass 2) deeply involved especially in something complicated 原句:Entangled(标题) 例句 1:Fishermen normally do not target them, but the animals get entangled in fishing nets and drown. 例句 2:The scientists used two entangled beams to carry information about the state of a third beam. 例句 3 :In the same period, UBS was also hopelessly entangled with Long-Term Capital Management. 造句:If he didn’t care you at all, you should not continue to get entangled in this terrible relationship. 2.engaged in adj 1) 2) 3) 4) having ones attention or mind or energy engaged (of facilities such as telephones or lavatories) unavailable for use by anyone else or indicating unavailability; (`engaged' is a British term for a busy telephone line) (used of toothed parts or gears) interlocked and interacting reserved in advance

5) involved in military hostilities 6) built against or attached to a wall 原句:Why America must stay engaged in the Middle East 例句 1:In many cases, chambers of commerce are also engaged by city government to serve as economic development consultants of sorts. 例句 2:By age 6, white children typically have spent 1,300 more hours engaged in conversations with adults than black children have. 例句 3:With the country once again engaged in a lengthy, controversial overseas war, her work, with its emphasis on peace and understanding, resonates with fresh power. 造句:when you are engaged in the books, you have a new world in your mind. 3.Celebrated adj. 1) widely known and esteemed 2) having an illustrious past 原句:IN THE mid-1990s a celebrated Syrian playwright captured the anguish of living under an Arab autocrat with the lament, “We are condemned to hope. ” 例句 1:There has been a celebrated case involving a student at the Univers ity of Maryland 例句 2:Less than 60 kilometers away lie two of England's most celebrated wineries: Nyetimber and Ridgeview. 4.Playwright N someone who writes plays

原句:IN THE mid-1990s a celebrated Syrian playwright captured the anguish of living under an Arab autocrat with the lament, “We are condemned to hope. ” 例句 1:Anecdotes (奇闻轶事) about him as a writer are told by his contemporary (同时代 的)playwright and poet Ben Jonson. 造句:The most famous playright I know is William Shakespeare. 5.Captured---Hunters, pirates, and kidnappers-----hostage 1) 2) vn vn the act of taking of a person by force bring about (引起、 导致) the capture of an elementary particle (基本粒子) or celestial

body(天体) and causing it enter a new orbit (轨道) 3) v succeed in representing or expressing something intangible/invisible/discarnate 原句:IN THE mid-1990s a celebrated Syrian playwright captured the anguish of living under an Arab autocrat with the lament, “We are condemned to hope. ” 例句 1:Look, if you had one shot, one opportunity To seize everything you ever wanted ,one moment ,Would you capture it or just let it slip? 例句 2:The star captured a comet.. 例句 3:The militia captured the castle. 造句:Can you capture the real meaning he said? 6.Anguish n. 1) extreme mental distress 同义词: torment / torture

2) extreme distress of body or mind. v. 1.suffer great pains or distress 2.cause emotional anguish or make miserable 同义词: pain / hurt 原句:IN THE mid-1990s a celebrated Syrian playwright captured the anguish of living under an Arab autocrat with the lament, “We are condemned to hope. ” 例句 1:So I started to write out of the anguish born of these painful and tragic observations. 例句 2:It's the kind of fear and anguish that can drive someone deep into their own mind. 造句:You never know how much courage you need to face the anguish. 7.Autocrat n. a cruel and oppressive dictator 同义词: tyrant / despot 原句:IN THE mid-1990s a celebrated Syrian playwright captured the anguish of living under an Arab autocrat with the lament, “We are condemned to hope. ” 例句 1:Thus the question becomes what kind of autocrat one opts to be — cruel or benevolent? 例句 2:There is the lingering fear that Mr Erdogan is an autocrat in the making ? 造句:You never allow different voices exist, don’t you think you are like an autocrat? 8.Lament Lament [l?'ment] n.

1.a cry of sorrow and grief 同义词: lamentation

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wail

2.a song or hymn of mourning composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person 同义词: dirge / coronach / requiem / threnody 3.a mournful poem; a lament for the dead 同义词: elegy v. 1.express grief verbally 同义词: keen 2.regret strongly 同义词: deplore /

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bemoan

例句 1:their pitiful laments could be heard throughout the ward. 例句 2:we lamented the death of the child. 例句 3:we lamented the loss of benefits 造句:Time flies and changes everything , what we can do is just sing a lament for the past,then move on. 9.condemn are condemned to 注定要 v 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) express strong disapproval of demonstrate the guilt of (someone) pronounce a sentence on (somebody) in a court of law compel or force into a particular state or activity declare or judge unfit for use or habitation

6) appropriate (property) for public use 例句 1:On Tuesday, city officials condemned his conduct as they announced the resignation. 例句 2::We condemn the racism in South Africa 例句 3:Her strange behavior condemned her 例句 4:He was condemned to ten years in prison 例句 5:His devotion to his sick wife condemned him to a lonely existence 例句 6:The building was condemned by the inspector 例句 7:the county condemned the land to build a highway 造句:Nothing to condemn, it is just an accident 10.Wither V . 1) lose freshness, vigor, or vitality

2) wither, as with a loss of moisture 原句:Almost 20 years later, even hope has withered. 例句 1: Otherwise they will wither in a matter of months once emotional closeness is lost, Dunbar says. 例句 2:As a journalist I watched the voice of the civil society grow and wither at Gleneagles. 例句 3:This in turn may cause brain cells to wither due to lack of stimulation. 造句:One will begin to wither when lose love.

11.Sustain V 1) lengthen or extend in duration or space 2) supply with necessities and support 3) 4) 5) 6) provide with nourishment be the physical support of; carry the weight of admit as valid establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts

7) undergo (as of injuries and illnesses) 原句:The Middle Eastern order sustained by the United States has collapsed. 例句 1:We sustained the diplomatic negotiations as long as possible 例句 2:She alone sustained her family 例句 3:We sustained ourselves on bread and water 造句:The money we get can sustained our cost of a month. 12.Collapsed vn 1) a natural event caused by something suddenly falling down or caving in 2) 3) collapse due to fatigue, an illness, or a sudden attack a sudden large decline of business or the prices of stocks (especially one that causes

additional failures) n the act of throwing yourself down 原句: 例句 1:The wall collapsed 例句 2:the roof is in danger of collapse

13.Civil wars 14.Devouring 15.Black-robed 16.Jihadists 17.Islamic State (IS) 18.Carved 19.Caliphate 20.Vying 21.Jets 22.Strafing 23.Strafing 24.Shia 25.Rebels 26.has had its day 27.Exaggerated

28.Desperately 29.Invigorated 30.Democrats 31.Villain 32.Invaded 33.Bloodthirsty 34.Sunni 35.Insurgency 36.Rebellion 37.Republicans 38.Dominate 39.Curb 40.Villainy 41.Malaise 42.infantilis ing colonial rule 43.woeful self-government 44.Subsidised 45.clumsily 46.Legitimacy 47.took refuge in 48.Nationalism 49.Coercion 50.Consent 51.Populations 52.Prospects 53.Zealotry 54.Peddled 55.Prop 56.client states 57.Shatter 58.Doom 59.Inaction 60.Momentum 61.unfolding catastrophe 62.Trash 63.Torch 64.geopolitical priority 65.Terrorism 66.Striking 67.Minimising 68.Flourishes 69.Fracking 70.swing producer 71.Continent

72.accounts for 73.Barrels 74.Seaborne 75.Crude 76.Pricing power 77.self-sufficiency 78.Immune 79.Upheaval 80. Proliferation 81. Sponsor 82.enforcer-in-chief 83.Brake 84.Diplomats 85. thrashing out 86.pledged to 87.Undermined 88.Vacuum 89.Exacerbated 90. Strife 91.Containment 92. Diplomacy 93.Shunned 94.Coterie 95.ill-prepared 96.Coup 97.Emphasised 98.diplomacy 99.Shia-led government 100.alienated 101.moderate force 102.moribund 103.Deploying 104.self-defeating 105.dogged 106.Thankless 107.Pragmatic 108.Contradiction 109.Unreconcilable 110.Allies 111.Illus ion 112.Vital 113.artisan spirit 114.Craftsperson=craftsman 115.Arab

116.Syria 117. Iraq 118.Libya 119.Iran 120.Saudi 121.Yemen 122.Ramadi 123.Palmyra 124.Israel 125.Palestine 126.Saudi Arabia 127.Gulf 128.Egypt