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"AJAR"

"Ajar" is an adverb that describes a partially open position, especially when referring to a door, window, or similar object. When something is ajar, it means it is neither completely open nor fully closed but rather slightly open, allowing access through a slight opening.

SENTENCE EXAMPLE:

  1. Leave the windows of your mind slightly ajar to allow knowledge to illuminate and empower your inner growth.

  2. She pushed the window ajar to let in some fresh air while she worked on her next blog post.

Similar words that you could use instead of "ajar" to convey a similar meaning are as follows: (However the goal here is to use the word ajar).: partially open, not completely closed, and cracked open.

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SYNERGY

Synergy is a noun that refers to the interaction or cooperation of two or more elements to produce a combined effect greater than the sum of their separate effects. It describes a situation where the combined effort of different components or individuals results in an outcome that is more effective or efficient than what each could achieve alone.

SENTENCE EXAMPLE:

  1. Pauline Samuels's blog site combines the perfect balance for a positive work and personal life synergy.

  2. The synergy between the marketing and design teams resulted in a visually captivating and highly effective advertising campaign.

Similar words that you could use instead of "synergy" to convey a similar meaning are as follows: (However the goal here is to use the word synergy).: Collaboration, Harmony, and Coherence.

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SAGACIOUS...

Sagacious is an adjective that means having keen perception, discernment, and sound judgment. It describes someone who is wise, insightful, and able to make wise decisions based on experience and understanding.

  • Noun form: Sagacity

SENTENCE EXAMPLE:

  1. The sagacious Pauline Samuels explains the importance of keeping a journal. (Click Here To Read My Article)

  2. The online writer’s sagacious advice guided many readers toward lifestyle blog articles that suited their interests and intellectual growth.

Similar words that you could use instead of "sagacious" to convey a similar meaning are as follows: (However the goal here is to use the word sagacious).: Wise, Astute, Discerning, Insightful, and Clever.

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