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English Vocab – Daily Digest , Day Eleven

English vocabulary Envious adjective – showing extreme cupidity; painfully desirous of another’s advantages Synonym – jealous   Temperamental adjective – subject to sharply varying mood; relating to temperament   Irascible adjective – quickly aroused to anger Synonym – choleric, short tempered, deride, effrontery, irate, bridle   Virtuous adjective – morally …

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English Vocab – Daily Digest , Day Ten

English vocabulary Desultory adjective – marked by lack of definite plan or regulatory or purpose; jumping from one thi g or another   Effrontery noun – audacious behavior that you have no right to Synonym – anger, presumption, deride, irascible, assumption   Stern adjective – not to be placated or …

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English Vocab – Daily Digest , Day Nine

English vocabulary Exuberant adjective – joyously unrestrained; Ebullient verb – exult; rejoice; jubilate   Foiled adjective – disappointingly unsuccessful. Defeated; Discomfited Foil verb- to hinder or prevent; Thwart; Queer; scotch   Profanity noun – vulgar or irreverent speech or action; corrupt; pervert; subvert; violated; debauch; desecration.   Dissonance noun – …

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English Vocab – Daily Digest , Day Eight

English vocabulary Arraign verb – to call before court to answer an indictment; Summons. noun – a legal document for calling to court.   Entrenched verb – fix firmly or securely. adjective – Dug in   Coerce verb – to cause to do through pressure or necessity, bt physical/moral/intellectual means. …

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English Vocab – Daily Digest , Day Seven

English vocabulary   Futile: adjective – producing no result or effect; Otiose; Unavailing. Prerogative: noun – a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (esp. hereditary) Privilege; Perquisite. Dissent:  verb – the act of protesting; objection. noun/verb- of different opinions Subvert: verb – to cause the downfall (esp. …

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English Vocab – Daily Digest , Day Six

English vocabulary   1. Outbreak: noun – A sudden breaking out; occurrence; eruption; An insurrection. synonym –  Brawl; Commotion; Ebullition; Epidemic; Tumult; Turbulence; Turmoil; Riot; Bustle. antonym –  Conclusion; Finale; End.   2. Reconcile: verb – To cause to accept; Cause to become amicable; To make peace, adjust. synonym –  Accord; Accustom; Bury the …

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English Vocab – Daily Digest , Day Five

English vocabulary 1. Discomfiture: noun – anxious embarrassment; frustration; disconcertion; abashment; descent; vanquishment. antonym –  surrender; rout. 2. Partisan: adjective – devoted to a cause or party noun – an ardent & enthusiastic supporter of some person or activity synonym –  adherent; guerrilla; bigot; cliquish. antonym –  disinterested 3. Emolument: noun – …

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English Vocab – Daily Digest , Day Four

English vocabulary 1.       Beguile: verb – to attract (cause to be enamored); influence by slyness; charm or enchant someone in a deceptive way; synonym –  Deceive; Delude; Swindle; Captivate; Entrance; Enamor; bewitch; Coax; decoy; enthrall; intrigue; counterfeit. antonym – repel; unappealing;  Repulse. 2.       Belittle: verb – To lessen the authority, dignity or …

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English Vocabulary- Daily Digest , Day 3

  1. Cognizance: noun – having knowledge of; awareness; consciousness; knowingness. antonym –  incognizance 2. Wither: verb – to become dry & shriveled, as with a loss of moisture; fade; shrink; shrivel; shrivel up 3. Dither: verb – be indecisive; an excited state of agitation; make a fuss; tremble; palpitate; …

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