The word lion creates connotations of great courage, strength, stealth, and stamina. It also evokes words like magnificent, powerful, awesome, skillful predators.
No, the word lion is not an adverb.The word lion is a noun.
The Igbo word for "lion" of the Western African origin is agu.
Lion - Raiona :) hope it helps
Lioness doesn't have any opposite word but it's opposite gender is lion.
A creature of great courage, strength, and stamina
The definition of the word modern is "contemporary", but the word's connotations can include such notions as "experimental" or "up-to-date".
A burden is unwanted. Yes, the word has negative connotations.
To be understood.
Individual connotations depend upon the experience of a particular person. A word may have a particular association for one person and not for another. Cultural connotations are associations of a particular word shared by all members of a particular culture.
They indicate the suggested meanings of a word.
Connotations are a social invention and do not affect the word in question's definition or literal meaning.
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The word brilliant in line 13 means “bright” or “shining.” Which underlined word has the most similar connotations?
Connotations help the author show an emotion or give greater detail in his work.
Positive connotations for the word ruler (as in a king, president, etc.) are a leader, diplomat, example to the people, fair, impartial, etc.