Learning English

Word: Minacious

Minacious [Adjective]

Sentence: With a dozen dancers and his own striking visual designs, Mr. Shen illustrates the tension between shadow and light found in Mr. Beckett’s slim 16-line libretto. In sound and subject, “Neither” is a spectacularly dense, mysterious and minacious work. Mr. Shen’s corporeal contribution will add to it an intriguing new dimension. (Source: www.nytimes.com)

Meaning: Menacing; Threatening.

How To Remember?

Minacious” should be very easy to remember as it sounds very close to its meaning “Menacing“.


Friendly; Auspicious.

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[Well, how can forget our minacious Dennis!]

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