What does no disposition mean? no disposition record on file.
If there is a dearth of something, there is not enough of it. A dearth of cupcakes is unfortunate, but a dearth of nutritious food is a serious problem.
- Because there was a dearth of evidence, the district attorney had to drop the charges.
- The test scores revealed a dearth of comprehension.
- Although the lake is filled with water, the dearth of aquatic life makes it a gloomy sight.
noun [ U ] us. /dɜrθ/ an amount of something that is too small: a lack: The region is suffering from a dearth of medical specialists.
de-earth…..(read as dearth) means small…small in quantity..or scarcity. 49 1. dearth sounds like death. high death rate can result in scarcity of man-power. 10 5.
(obsolete) Dearth; scarcity.
dearth. / (dɜːθ) / noun. an inadequate amount, esp of food; scarcity.
Indolence sentence example. But his incurable indolence and love of pleasure prevented him from taking any active part in affairs. But he resigned it either from conscientiousness, or crotchet, or nervousness at responsibility, or indolence , or more probably from a mixture of all four.
a person who has a lack of experience, skill or knowledge in a particular sphere or activity, especially computing or the use of the Internet.
As nouns the difference between shortage and dearth is that shortage is a lack or deficiency while dearth is a period or condition when food is rare and hence expensive; famine.
noun. 1’there is a dearth of properly trained specialists’ lack, scarcity, scarceness, shortage, shortfall, want, deficiency, insufficiency, inadequacy, paucity, sparseness, meagreness, scantiness, rareness, infrequency, uncommonness, destitution, privation. famine, drought, poverty. absence, non-existence.
And the related Old English word derthe, meaning “a scarcity of food,” gave us the English “dearth.” “Dearth” originally meant “dearness or costliness.” Then, it grew to mean “a shortage of food.”
dearth (n.) scarcity, shortage, lack [of food], famine.
No, dirth is not in the scrabble dictionary.
The opposite of dearth is abundance. Hence, the correct answer is option ‘c’ abundance.
1 : scarcity that makes dear specifically : famine. 2 : an inadequate supply : lack a dearth of evidence.
The plural form of dearth is dearths.
Common misspelling of dearth.
1a : averse to activity, effort, or movement : habitually lazy. b : showing an inclination to laziness an indolent sigh.
1600, “indifference to pain,” from French indolence (16c.) or directly from Late Latin indolentia “freedom from pain, insensibility,” abstract noun from Latin indolentem (nominative indolens) “insensitive to pain,” from in- “not, opposite of, without” (see in- (1)) + dolentem (nominative dolens) “grieving,” present …
Laziness (also known as indolence) is disinclination to activity or exertion despite having the ability to act or to exert oneself.
Dearth is a difficult time for all bee colonies, and it occurs when there is a shortage of nectar-producing flowers in a colony’s foraging region. Flowers that normally produce nectar may not during times of stress, such as a drought.
Tips to improve your English pronunciation: Break ‘dearth’ down into sounds: [DURTH] – say it out loud and exaggerate the sounds until you can consistently produce them.
As nouns the difference between scarcity and paucity is that scarcity is (uncountable) the condition of something being scarce or deficient while paucity is fewness in number; too few.
Opposite of having a naive or unsuspecting nature. worldly. experienced. sophisticated. artful.
dearthnoun. Synonyms: scarcity, lack, deficiency, paucity, want. Antonyms: plenty.
Noun. dearth (countable and uncountable, plural dearths) A period or condition when food is rare and hence expensive; famine. (by extension) Scarcity; a lack or short supply.
Bread crumbles in Hansel and Gretel show how fragile and insecure is our position. … When Hansel and Gretel’s parents decide to abandon them because they can no longer feed them, it is very symbolic that the children are abandoned in the forest. They are thrust deep into the woods and left alone.
A Dane. Denmark used to be called Danskë. Hence Polonius says to Reynaldo, “Inquire me first what Danskers are in Paris.” (Hamlet, ii.
mirth. great merriment. With an auspicious and a dropping eye, With mirth in funeral and with dirge in marriage, In equal scale weighing delight and dole,–
Retrograde – definition. adj. Reverting to an earlier or inferior condition.
1 : any of various birds (especially Pica pica) related to the jays but having a long graduated tail and black-and-white or brightly colored plumage. 2 : a person who chatters noisily. 3 : one who collects indiscriminately.
adjective. showing characteristics of age, especially having grey or white hair. ““whose beard with age is hoar“-Coleridge” synonyms: gray, gray-haired, gray-headed, grey, grey-haired, grey-headed, grizzly, hoary, white-haired old.