Sordid – Word Of The Day For IELTS Speaking And Writing
Sordid: (Adjective) /ˈsɔːrdɪd/
- involving immoral or dishonest behaviour
- very dirty and unpleasant
Nasty, Disreputable, Shameful
With noun: sordid affair/ story
For IELTS Speaking:
“George Broomham was questioned, but only briefly, before he admitted the whole sordid affair.”
“All concerned should be cross-examined to get to the bottom of the whole sordid affair.”
“Her own sordid story could only be a bad influence on such a young and impressionable mind.”
For IELTS Writing:
“Out of this sordid mix of political short-sightedness and commercial greed, no government emerges with clean hands.”
Choose the following words to fill in the blank: design, range, sordid, perceived, conducted, restricts, administered, finalized, chapter, survey.
- His divorce marked the beginning of a new _______________ in his life.
- She was wearing a beautiful black dress with a _______________ of red roses down the side.
- In response to Indian nuclear weapons testing, Pakistan _______________ its own tests in 1998.
- We _______________ the contract this afternoon.
- Cigarette smoking is widely _______________ as being the most serious health issue in society today.
- She discovered the truth about his ____________ past.
- Although we cannot count every star in our galaxy, we can take a _______________ in the region of space near our sun.
- A large fence _______________ access to the area.
- The Cayman Islands have been _______________ by Jamaica since 1863.
- Summertime temperatures in this region _______________ between 20 and 30 degrees.
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