Daily Wordlist

Dear Readers,

Here is the Daily Word list for you to improve your verbal as well as your written English. Now a days Level of English section has been increased in Competitive Exam and same will be continue for other upcoming Banking Exams. So learn these words and try to use them in your day to day lives, starting now down below in the comments section.

1.Corporeal (adj) : Of the nature of the physical body.
Synonyms: Bodily, Fleshly, Carnal.
Use : My corporeal needs include food, clothing, and shelter

2.Debauch (v) : Destroy or debase the moral purity of, corrupt.
Synonyms: Corrupt, Deprave, Warp, Pervert
UseDuring his weekly Saturday night debauch at the bar, Ram started a fight for no reason at all.

3.Erratic (adj): Not even or regular in pattern or movement or unpredictable.
Synonyms: Unpredictable, Inconsistent, Changeable, Variable
UseWhen my uncle drinks, he has erratic mood swings and is somewhat scary.

4.Embroil (v): Involve (someone) deeply in an argument, conflict, or difficult situation.
Synonyms: Involve, Entangle, Ensnare.
Use : The politician’s racist comments embroiled him in a great deal of controversy.

5.Forestall (v): Prevent or obstruct  by taking advance action.
Synonyms: Obviate, Prevent, Intercept,
Use The government is hoping the distribution of stimulus checks will be enough to forestall a severe recession. 

6.Garner (v) : Gather or collect 
Synonyms: Gather, Collect, Accumulate
Use My son is trying to garner all the cricket cards of his favorite players.

7.Hauteur (n): Proud haughtiness of manner.
Synonyms: Snobbery ,  Disdain,  Conceit
Use : The famous actor is filled with hauteur and refuses to work for anything less than ten million .

8.Grisly (adj) :Causing horror or disgust.
Synonyms: Gruesome,  Frightful, Horrid .
Use : The girl screamed when she saw the grisly spider on her foot.

9.Jovial (adj) : Cheerful and friendly.
Synonyms: Cheerful, Jolly, Happy . 
Use It is hard to make friends if you do not have a jovial personality that sends out welcoming vibes.

10.Accost (v) : Approach and address  boldly or aggressively.
Synonyms: Confront , Dare.
Use The policemen asked Sachin to describe the man who accosted him.