Are these sentences good?
Blasphemer. She is a blasphemer;she would always question god
Pompous. Shes very pompous ;she thought she was better than anyone
Adroit.shes an adroit worker;she can clean up faster than anyone
Affront.After hearing her affront;i dont think i'll have the courage to speak to her
Paradox. What she said was a paradox; it was an obvious truth
Stolid. She was very stolid when she failed her test; she showed no emotions
Cynic. My friend was very cynical about that guy; she never trustes him
- Wizened wizardLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
If your assignment is to use each word in a sentence showing that you know what they mean, then you have not succeeded. You have simply written definitions.
Try something more like these:
--Her insulting challenge to God is what one would expect from a blasphemer.
--"I am not pompous," she sneered in her grandiose, self-important way.