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1. aback (adv): taken unawares
Example: Even people who were pro-vaccination might be aback by a rapid development timeline that has left many questioning its safety.
Source: TO OVERCOME VACCINE SKEPTICISM, FOLLOW THE BRITISH MUSLIM MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS’ APPROACHANNALISA MERELLIDECEMBER 10, 2020QUARTZ
2. alack (adj): an expression of regret or dismay.
Example: With alack, the small business had to close its doors due to a lack of customers and revenue
3. black (adj): lacking hue and brightness; opposite to white
Example: Cars were backed up at intersections because the stoplights were blacked out.
Source: CHINA’S POWER OUTAGES SHUT DOWN FACTORIES, FUEL CLIMATE GOAL PUSHBACKCHRISTIAN SHEPHERDSEPTEMBER 30, 2021WASHINGTON POST
4. brack (n): An opening caused by the parting of a solid body; a crack or breach.
Example: The climber had to use a brack on the rock face to help him ascend because it was so steep.
5. chack (v): to bite or snap the teeth or beak
Example: They will sweep down on a field, making loud ‘chack-a-chack’ cries.
6. clack (v): clatter
Example: If you work in an open-plan office, a mechanical keyboard could be a source of distraction, in general, but the clack of the keys is no more distracting than ringing phones, the endless chatting of my co-workers and other, similarly mundane noises common to working in public spaces.
Source: LOGITECH POP KEYS WIRELESS MECHANICAL KEYBOARD REVIEW: STYLE AND SUBSTANCEMIKE EPSTEINNOVEMBER 9, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
7. crack (adj): super, first-rate
Example: It began a crack down on the conspiracy group “QAnon” in July, when it banned thousands of accounts that had been spreading baseless information which Twitter said could lead to real-world harm.
8. drack (adj): (esp of a woman) unattractive
Example: She doesn’t look attractive in that drack revealing outfit.
9. flack (n): grievance
Example: Without any reliable proof, government officials and press flack are expecting us to believe them blindly–and they have the nerve to say that being doubtful is unpatriotic.
10. frack (v): To frack is to get oil or gas from rock by forcing liquid or sand into the rock.
Example: The company used a water-pumping technique from long range to frack the rock.
11. wrack (v): destroy
Example: And they came forward like the wrack of a surviving army at judgement day.
12. knack (n): ability, talent
Example: My father has a knack for fixing things; he can take apart any piece of machinery and put it back together again without missing a beat
13. kyack (n): a type of pannier, with two bags that hang on either side of a packsaddle
Example: I had the most amazing experience yesterday when I went kyacking down the river in a two-person kayak
14. plack (n): a small Scottish alloy or copper coin current in the 15th and 16th centuries
Example: Small copper coins called plack were used as four-penny pieces in Scotland during the 15th and 16th centuries.
15. quack (adj): counterfeit
Example: We were delighted to hear the quacks of a family of ducks as we walked by a nearby lake on our way home from school. The sight of them paddling away happily in the water was so peaceful and calming
16. shack (noun): shanty
Example: We spent the afternoon visiting my grandparent’s old shack out in the country. The small, wooden structure had a tin roof and a single window, with a worn couch sitting inside it.
17. slack (adj): loose, baggy; inactive
Example: Some full-time workers at some facilities may have been prevented from adding hours to pick up some of the slack because of DeJoy’s restrictions on overtime pay.
18. smack (adv): directly, exactly
Example: The sound of my teacher’s hand smacking the chalkboard echoed through the classroom as she began her lesson.
19. snack (n): tiny meal
Example: After spending all day at school, my son was starving and immediately reached for his favorite snack: a honey-roasted granola bar.
20. stack (n): pile
Example: The stacks of books in the library reached all the way up to the ceiling, towering higher than anyone could possibly reach.
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