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What are synonyms of these words and how would you reword the sentences?

What are synonyms of these words and how would you reword the sentences? Topic: Engaging questions a guide to writing answers
June 17, 2019 / By Fern
Question: You don't have to answer all of the questions or give all the synonyms. Just write as much as you can! BTW, I've used MSN encarta so don't use that... Words Group Leader Contribute Sentences Facilitating every worship and motivating the younger members of the youth group vaguely describe what I do. It is a more humbling rather than dignifying honor to be able to engage in a growing community as a worship leader. I teach them of our expectations and how we function as a whole.
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Crystal Crystal | 8 days ago
1.) words: message, statement, information, command, communications 2.) group: team, unit, organization, company, troop, crew, gang, squad 3.) leader: boss, captain, chief, organizer, coach, guide, mentor, spokesman, advocate 4.) contribute: aid, share, assist, endow, give, help, provide, strengthen, supply While some of my responsibilities include tasks such as facilitating every worship and motivating the younger members of the youth group, these duties do not encompass the entire range of all that I do. The honor to be able to engage in a growing community as a worship leader is humbling, rather than dignifying. Not only do I teach them how we function as a whole, I also inform them of our expectations.
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Crystal Originally Answered: Hi, can someone please give me sentences with these words (the philosophical words)10points best answer:?
a) The essence of something is sometimes also called the, "thisness" of a thing. Also known as: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haecceity Haecceity. Haecceity has been spoken of by philosophers since the beginning. Aristotle wrote many works on it, philosophers before and after him were also interested in it. It's synonymous with 'essence.' Essence is that which is the core, prime part of a thing. It's the piece that makes it exactly itself and distinguishes it from anything similar. "The essence of this bridge is the beautifully decorated cover." The cover in this instance is what makes it this particular bridge. The essence is that cover. The bridge aspects are secondary to the cover, that cover is what makes this particular bridge this particular bridge, and not any other generic bridge. ------------ b) Eudaemonism is the introspective piece of a person that makes them act in the manner they do. I always liked the definition given by this encylopedia: "eudaemonism, also spelled eudaimonism, or eudemonism, in ethics, a self-realization theory that makes happiness or personal well-being the chief good for man. The Greek word eudaimonia means literally “the state of having a good indwelling spirit, a good genius" http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topi... It perfectly encapsulates the idea. It's, as said, the inside feeling that makes people have a 'goodness.' Sort of like a conscience. ^^ "Superman saved that derailing train, that's eudaemonism in action." ---------------- c)Hermeneutics is the study of written works. People often engage in this when they study the Bible. It's when you study the particular interpretations of anything written. "What does it mean when ____ is written in the context of ____? How about if it was written in the context of _____? Does ____ mean the same in both of these works, even though they write of different things?" "I discussed the hermeneutics of the poetry we read in class." ------------- d) Gestalt is the concept of a whole of an item, something that is distinct from just the the sum of the parts. For example, a car is not just a muffler, a steering wheel, four wheels, an engine, a windshield, etc etc etc, it's a transportation vehicle. The transportation vehicle aspect is the part of it that's the gestalt. If you've ever heard of the Nagasena argument with the Greek King, it details this distinction. The gestalt of something is the community of it's parts in that particular arrangement and order. Like a painting. Alone, it is just paint and a canvas, however, when it's arranged in the order it is, as a whole unit, it's artwork. ^^ "The gestalt of the buildings here is a bustling city." Add additional details if you need more.
Crystal Originally Answered: Hi, can someone please give me sentences with these words (the philosophical words)10points best answer:?
Sure, that's easy. 1. The exact essence of the words eudaemonism, hermeneutics and gestalt are all difficult words to use in a sentence. 2. In essence, eudaemonism, hermeneutics and gestalt are all words that sound funny. 3. Who really cares about the words essence, eudaemonism, hermeneutics and gestalt? 4. Anyone that use words like essence, eudaemonism, hermeneutics and gestalt probably spend way too much time indoors and need to get out more. Is that enough or do you need more then just those four?

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Betty Originally Answered: Can someone put these words into sentences?
He was inured to her apathetic attitude. (verb) I will pay my bill in increments. (noun) She recoiled when she saw the snake, hidden in the grass. (verb) The most paramount issue is getting your homework done on time. (adjective) I will annihilate you with my sub-machine gun! (verb) Her decision was irrevocable. (adjective) My decision is immutable. (adjective) She had a ponderous look on her face. (adjective) My apprehension grew as I saw the lion face to face. (noun) She was ineffably beautiful. (adverb) Hope I helped!!!
Betty Originally Answered: Can someone put these words into sentences?
I once read a post that listed words of, inured, increments, recoiled, paramount, annihilate, irrevocable, immutable, ponderous, apprehension, and ineffably. The post asked them to put them all in one sentence. ...Hope this helps.

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