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"Desire" is a word for something you want.
something nasty like your grangmars skidmark undies
I believe the word you are looking for is satire.
No, the noun "America" is a concrete noun, a word for a physical place; the continents of North or South America; a short form for the name of a country, the United States of America.An abstract noun is a word for something that can't be experienced by any of the five physical senses; something that can't be seen, heard, smelled, tasted, or touched. An abstract noun is a word for something that is known, learned, thought, understood, or felt emotionally.
Yes, it does. The implication in the word ratify is that the approval is formal rather than casual. A state legislature would ratify something. It is not usually used to mean that an individual approves something.
Appearance - the way that someone or something looks.Usage: Hey Tim, have you seen Chuck? His appearance is horrendous, he looks like he just got out of bed!
Yes, the word 'representation' is a noun, a singular, common, abstract noun; a word for the act of speaking or acting on another person's behalf; a description or portrayal of someone or something. Example sentence:The subject of the painting was a representation of the flight of birds.
representation ~ actionorspeechonbehalfofaperson or group.a smaller way than presenting something
a simplified drawing showing the appearance, structure, or workings of something; a schematic representation
Something that looks the same upside down has point symmetry.
Yes, the noun appearance is an abstract noun; a word for the way someone or something looks; a time when something starts, or is first seen; the occasion when someone is seen in a specific setting such as a play, a movie, a TV program, at a party, in a court, etc.
In a word: Quality. Design is not just how it looks, it is how it works -
Something that looks like a penis would look phallicwhereas something that looked like a woman's genitalia would look either vulvic or vaginal.
Covered in glass, or something that looks like glass.
Yes, the noun 'explanation' is an abstract noun; a word for a clarification of a misunderstanding; a description of how something works or of how to do something; a word for a concept.