- What is the opposite of rationalize?
- What does thens mean?
- What is a Looth?
- Is loth a word?
- Is Derationalize a word?
- Is thens a valid Scrabble word?
- What’s the opposite of justify?
- What does Rationalisation mean?
- Is Unhealable a word?
- Is loth a Scrabble word?
- What does loath mean?
- Is Phut a Scrabble word?
- What rationalize means?
- What is the difference between loath and loathe?
What is the opposite of rationalize?
What is the opposite of rationalize?criminateincriminateaccusearraignblamecensurechargecondemnconvictemploy5 more rows.
What does thens mean?
Thens are gods or spirits worshipped in Tai folklore, predominantly Lao. They play a prominent role in the Phra Lak Phra Lam and the stories of Khun Borom.
What is a Looth?
n. ” Lot (in the Bible),” proper n.; not in MED.
Is loth a word?
Hostile, angry, loathsome, unpleasant. Loath; unwilling, reluctant. I was loth to return to the office without the Henderson file.
Is Derationalize a word?
To deprive of the power of reason or of reasoning; convert from a rational into an irrational being.
Is thens a valid Scrabble word?
THENS is a valid scrabble word.
What’s the opposite of justify?
What is the opposite of justify?contradictdisprovedisallowdisapprovedisclaimdiscreditopposerefuserejectveto48 more rows
What does Rationalisation mean?
: the act, process, or result of rationalizing : a way of describing, interpreting, or explaining something (such as bad behavior) that makes it seem proper, more attractive, etc.
Is Unhealable a word?
adjective That cannot be healed .
Is loth a Scrabble word?
Yes, loth is in the scrabble dictionary.
What does loath mean?
: unwilling to do something contrary to one’s ways of thinking : reluctant She was loath to admit her mistakes.
Is Phut a Scrabble word?
Yes, phut is in the scrabble dictionary.
What rationalize means?
transitive verb. 1 : to bring into accord with reason or cause something to seem reasonable: such as. a : to substitute a natural for a supernatural explanation of rationalize a myth.
What is the difference between loath and loathe?
Loathe is a verb (“to dislike greatly”). You loathe that guy at work who steals your food from the refrigerator (you probably loathe many more people than that, but the guy who steals your food is just the most convenient example). Loath is an adjective (“not willing”).