Obviate (v.): remove a need or difficulty.

Synonyms: prevent, remove

Example Sentence: At CES in Las Vegas, many companies promoted products that will obviate the complexity of everyday tasks for the consumers of the future.


Repository (n.): A place, room, or container where something is deposited or stored

Synonyms: depot, storage

Example Sentence: Companies like Google and Amazon have invested in many data repositories across the country in order to store valuable information on the cloud.


Immaculate (adj.): perfectly clean, neat, or tidy.

Synonyms: clean, spotless

Example Sentence: The immaculate city of Vancouver is home to many technology companies.


Nascent (adj.): just coming into existence and beginning to display signs of future potential.

Synonyms: young, budding

Example Sentence: Many tech companies, like Samsung and Microsoft, have began to develop virtual reality headsets in order to compete with nascent companies like Oculus Rift.


Prolific (adj.): present in large numbers or quantities; plentiful.

Synonyms: abundant, rich

Example Sentence: Many internet companies had April Fools Day features of their websites in order to prank their prolific amounts of users.


Dearth (n.): A scarcity or lack of something.

Synonyms: lack, shortage

Example Sentence: Due to the Sony hackers, many movie theater companies will not be screening The Interview; this will cause a dearth of revenue for Sony.

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