Audio Vocabulary - Debilitate, Faction, Righteousness, Scintillating, Transcend by Denis Waitley
This is unit 7. Debilitate. D. B. I. L. I. T. A. T. E.. To make feeble for weeks. I no longer debilitate myself with a 3 martini lunch. Tax increases debilitate the local economy. Ability D. E. B. I. L. Y. T. A. T. E.. To make feeble or weak. Faction. F. A. C. T. I. O. N.. A group within a larger group often with dissident paint a click. Don't let the opposition of a small faction stop our community's progress. Several factions in Congress are fighting over health care bill. Faction. F. A. C. T. I. O. N.. A group within a larger group often with dissident aims click. Righteousness. R. I. G. H. T. P. O. you. N. E. S. S.. Conforming to a state of right and justice virtue of. Righteousness is a rare commodity among a gang of hoodlums. Most people defend their own righteousness and accuse others of wrongdoing. Justice. R. G. H. T. O. U. S. N. E. S. S.. Conforming to a state of right and justice virtuous upright. Scintillating S. C. I. N. T. I. L. L. A. T. I. N. G.. Sparkling as with talent with more enthusiasm really. Glittery. News about the new film has been hard to come by but if you scintillating details have leaked out. Scintillating performance in her last movie won an Oscar. Scintillating S. C. I. N. T. I. L. L. E. T. I N. G.. Our client as with talent with more enthusiasm. Glittery. T. R. A. N. C. E. N. D.. To rise above in excellence or degree. XC. Let's transcend our differences in order to work together on this. His desire for wealth transcended all other considerations. Transaction. T. R. A. N. S. C. E. N. D.. To rise above in excellence for degree surpass Dixie. Now let's review the 5 words you have just learned we will say each word and pause during the pause say the meaning of the word as you remember it then we will get the meaning of the word. Debilitate. To make people debilitate. Action. A group within a larger group often with dissident aims. Action. Righteousness. Conforming to a state of right and justice virtuous upright. Righteousness.