Word of the Day

Word of the Day- November 15, 2018

respite

(noun) a short period of rest or relief from something difficult or unpleasant

Sentence– The refugee encampments will provide some respite from the suffering to the victims of the war.

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17 thoughts on “Word of the Day- November 15, 2018”

  1. Dear Ma’am
    My sentence is – After a lot of hard work for my Hindi exam my mother gave me respite from study time this evening.
    Regards
    Tanay Dutta
    4 B

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  2. Dear ma’am Tarana
    This is my sentence with the word respite-
    After the long steep mountain treck
    the tourist were feeling a nice to have a respite
    Regards
    Divyam
    V-D

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  3. Dear ma’am Tarana
    This is my sentence – Their teacher was away, so they had a respite from the homework that was due that day.
    Thanks
    Sreenath
    IV B

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  4. Dear Ma’am Tarana,
    I have never heard this word. Thanks for a new word.
    Here’s my sentence:
    Yesterday’s rain brought respite from pollution in Delhi.
    Thanks
    Hemanth
    IV B

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  5. Dear maam Tarana My sentence from respite – Rahul was respite after playing the football match as he was tired. Thans regards

    darvesh 4-c

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  6. Ma’am Tarana,
    My sentence is
    During the breathtaking climb on the steep hill, the travellers were more than glad to get respite ..
    Regards
    Arshia Kashyap
    V-D

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