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VOCAB OF THE DAY

VOCABULARY FIERY (ADJECTIVE): Blazing Synonyms: fierce, flaming                    Antonyms: dull, mild Example Sentence: A paparazzi asked a fiery question from Alia.   PLEADING (VERB):  Imploring Synonyms:...

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  IMMUTABLE (ADJECTIVE): not changing or unable to be changed Synonyms: sacrosanct, stable Antonyms: flexible, mutable Example Sentence: Some people regard grammar as an immutable set...

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VOCABULARY FOR 28 FEBRUARY 2018 DISSEMINATE (VERB): distribute Synonyms:  scatter, circulate Antonyms: conceal, hide Example Sentence: It took years to disseminate information about this disease.   ...

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BALK (VERB): Prevent Synonyms: obstruct, hinder                 Antonyms: allow, permit Example Sentence: Somehow I managed to balk laughing.   AVOW (VERB): Acknowledge Synonyms: declare, concede                 Antonyms: ignore,...

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  ENTICE (VERB):allure Synonyms: enchant, captivate Antonyms: disenchant, repel Example Sentence: Though she didn’t need a new dress, the offer was too enticing to pass up. DECRY (VERB):criticize Synonyms: condemn,...

VOCAB OF THE DAY – FOR FEBRUARY 20, 2017

  1.ADVERTENT(ADJECTIVE): intentional Synonyms: inattentive, careless Antonyms: attentive, contemplative Example Sentence:  His advertent rude behaviour towards the younger ones will gain him no respect.   AFFINITY (NOUN):similarity Synonyms: liking, closeness Antonyms: dislike, hatred Example Sentence:  The...

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VOCABULARY OBNOXIOUS (ADJECTIVE): offensive Synonyms: abominable, repulsive Antonyms: lovable, decent Example Sentence: He is an obnoxious person in a dozen different ways.   ALLEGIANCE (NOUN): loyalty Synonyms:...

Vocab Of The day – 27/02/2017

1.TRAVAIL (VERB): to work hard or with a great deal of effort Synonyms: struggle, labor Antonyms: lethargy, laziness Example Sentence: Bale travailed during the training so he...

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VOCABULARY   NOXIOUS (ADJECTIVE): foul Synonyms: toxic, pernicious          Antonyms: good, healthy Example Sentence: This perfume has a noxious smell.   DRACONIAN (ADJECTIVE): harsh Synonyms: cruel, strict          Antonyms:...

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VOCABULARY DAINTY (ADJECTIVE): Delicate Synonyms: charming, elegant Antonyms: awkward, clumsy Example Sentence: She is a dainty child.   DENIGRATE (VERB): Criticize unfairly Synonyms: defame, disparage Antonyms: acclaim, approve Example...

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VOCABULARY CURB (NOUN): control Synonyms: restriction, rein Antonyms: freedom, encouragement Example Sentence: Taking a few deep breaths may curb your temper.   SURREPTITIOUSLY (ADVERB): secretly Synonyms: covertly,...

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ASSISTANCE (NOUN): aid Synonyms: help, support Antonyms: damage, hindrance Example sentence: It requires your assistance.   UNFORTUNATELY (ADVERB): unluckily Synonyms: sadly, disastrously Antonyms: fortunately, luckily Example sentence: She...

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  LOWKEY (ADJECTIVE): subdued Synonyms: laid-back, muted Antonyms: agitated, noisy Example Sentence: Manmohan’s government was a lowkey one.   AMENABLE (ADJECTIVE): agreeable Synonyms: responsive, susceptible Antonyms: irresponsible, intractable Example...

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VOCABULARY   YEARN (VERB): desire strongly Synonyms: crave, covet Antonyms: abjure, dislike Example Sentence: I am yearning for waterballs.   JABBER (VERB): babble Synonyms: chatter, gab Antonyms: be silent,...

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1.SINGULARLY (ADVERB): notably Synonyms: uniquely, remarkably Antonyms: together, commonly Example Sentence: This was a singularly done task. 2.CLAMOUR (NOUN): upheaval Synonyms: tumult, outcry Antonyms: calm, peace Example Sentence: A news channel...

VOCAB OF THE DAY – FEBRUARY 16, 2017

  1.INVERT (VERB): reverse Synonyms: transpose, overturn Antonyms: straighten, persist Example Sentence: He inverted the entire situation which caused a lot of harm to the team.   SOMBER (ADJECTIVE):depressing Synonyms: bleak, melancholy Antonyms: flippant,...

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  FOOTLOOSE (ADJECTIVE): Easy going Synonyms: unattached, free and easy Antonyms: bound, enslaved Example Sentence: I am a footloose person and so is she.   ROLLICKING...

Vocab Of The Day – 07/03/2017

  1.LIVID (ADJECTIVE): upset Synonyms: somber, gloomy Antonyms: cheerful, happy Example Sentence:  The employees were livid about the imposed penalties.   NOSTALGIA (NOUN): a longing for a time...

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UNVENTILATED (ADJECTIVE): humid Synonyms: choky, confined Antonyms: airy, cool  Example Sentence: The unventilated hall caused breathing problems to many.   THRIFTY (ADJECTIVE): economical Synonyms: stingy, prudent Antonyms: extravagant,...

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VOCABULARY FOR 26 FEBRUARY 2018 LIBERTINE (ADJECTIVE): immoral Synonyms:  debauched, voluptuous Antonyms: ethical, moral Example Sentence: He is denounced for his libertine nature.   ALTRUISTIC (NOUN):...

Vocab Of The Day – 03/03/2017

  1.EAGERNESS (NOUN): enthusiasm Synonyms: longing, yearning Antonyms: apathy, reluctance Example Sentence:  His eagerness for fame can be seen in his actions.   ARDUOUS (ADJECTIVE): difficult Synonyms: onerous, uphill Antonyms:...

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