How can these words be used in sentences and their meaning? Illustrate, Rhetoric, Tradition, Anatomy, Absurd, Epiphany,Literature, Conspicuous, Eliminate, and Provision.They are just simple words...

How can these words be used in sentences and their meaning? Illustrate, Rhetoric, Tradition, Anatomy, Absurd, Epiphany,Literature, Conspicuous, Eliminate, and Provision.

They are just simple words that need meanings and how they can be used in sentences.

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Illustrate: to make something clear. The instructions illustrated how to put the model together.

Rhetoric: art of persuasive or effective writing/speaking. His precise rhetoric provided crucial to him obtaining the job.

Tradition: inherited or established action or behavior. Our tradition is to go to Grandma's for Easter.

Anatomy: structural make-up of an organism. The anatomy of the cat will be understood after dissecting its body.

Absurd: unreasonable or unsound. The idea to hold a car wash during the thunderstorm was absurd.

Epiphany: a revealing moment or sudden understanding. I had an epiphany when I saw the murderer on the television and realized I knew him.

Literature: body of written works; writings on a specific subject. The literature on Christian theology is very extensive.

Conspicuous: obvious or attracting attention. The blood on the knife was conspicuous.

Eliminate: to end or get rid of. The company, wishing to eliminate excess waste, started using real plates for lunches.

Provision: measure taken beforehand to deal with an upcoming, expected, or assumed need. They had provisions stocked up for the end of the world in 2012.

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