A babble can be defined as an utter of sounds or words in a quick, excited, confused, or silly way. A babbled word or sound is usually without any meaning or sense. One example where you can see babbles are in babies.
Hobo is a North American word used to refer to a migrant worker. A hobo is known to always be on the move, traveling from one town to another. They usually have a short duration of stay anywhere they are found.
Ebb is the flowing back of the tide away from the coast and towards the sea. With reference to life, anything ebbing means it is declining, gradually fading away or becoming smaller. Flow is the incoming phase of water to the shore which brings about its rising. Ebb and flow signify ups and downs of life.
A mean-spirited person is an individual who is cruel, unkind, hurtful, and puts other people down in order to make himself or herself feel good.
Ventilation is the movement of fresh air around an enclosed space such as a room or a building. It is used to replace a stale air. For instance, a room can be ventilated when you open its windows to let in fresh air.
A faultfinder is a person who is in the habit of finding faults, criticizes anything or anybody in a petty manner, and complains too much. An individual is a chronic faultfinder when obsessed with an attitude of criticism.
A due is something that is owed as a debt that has to be paid. In social clubs or organizations, members regularly pay dues of a certain amount at a certain period of the year. Dues may be high or low depending on the vision, projects, and activities of the organization involved.
The word ‘User’ has been defined in diverse ways. A user is anyone who uses a product, service, a software, and so on. For example, someone who uses illegal drugs is called a user.
To be inert means to have no power or strength of action or motion. In chemistry, it is used to refer to any gas that has little or no ability to react.
A nun is a woman belonging to a particular religious order who are under a vow to be poor, chaste, and obedient. She resides in a place known as the convent and has to be a member of the Roman Catholic church, Anglican Church, or a host of other groups.