The utility of good deeds has been a trending topic for millennia. People have been expressing their opinions about it for as long as we can trace the history of human thought, worldview, and moral codes.
Demeanor refers to a person’s overall appearance, attitude, and behavior. It reflects the personal style, but it can also unveil the person’s emotional state and much more.
Make do is the standard form of the idiom that means “to manage to live without things that you would like to have or with things of a worse quality than you would like” (Cambridge Dictionary).
To be more precise, big ups, or big-ups, is an idiom that’s considered a bit dated. Learning its origins will help you understand it and remember it more easily.
If someone’s got another think coming, it means they’re wrong about something.
A passerby is usually someone who goes somewhere and minds their own business but at some point passes by a place or person.
The suffix -ful often means “full of,” but in cases such as this one, it means “characterized by.” So, the real meaning of “impactful” is “something that has an impact.”
Looking forward to hearing from you is a popular email ending, but it’s so often used, most see it as a faux pas.