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Wednesday, 30 March 2016

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.Travail (n) : To work hard or with a great deal of effort
Synonyms: Effort ,Labor
Use : Not everyone is willing to travail enough to become a famous actor

2.Maxim (n) : A phrase that is often used as a guiding rule
Synonyms: Saying, Adage, Aphorism
Use : My teacher had a wise maxim to help me get through all of my school crises.

3.Virulent (adj): Extremely severe or harmful in its effects.
Synonyms: Poisonous, Toxic, Venomous
Use The infant did not survive the virulent spider bite.

4.Transcendent (adj) : Surpassing the ordinary or exceptional
Synonyms: Supernatural, Preternatural
Use The scientist had a lot of transcendent theories that did not sit well with his conservative peers.

5.Befog (v): Make confused.
Synonyms: Confused, Muddled, Fuddled
Use : The headlines over that story tend to befog rather than clarify.

6.Panoply (n) : An impressive collection or exhibition
Synonyms: Array, Range, Collection
Use : The school’s art panoply will showcase student projects from the current school year.

7.Quandary (n) : A state of perplexity or uncertainty over what to do in a difficult situation.
Synonyms: Dilemma, Plight, Predicament
Use The decline of the housing market has put many real estate agents into a financial quandary.

8.Badinage (n) : Humorous or witty conversation.
Synonyms:  Joking , Kidding
Use :  During the two-day bus ride, the driver kept the passengers entertained with his comedic badinage.

9.Acumen (n) : The ability to make good judgement and take quick decisions.
Synonyms:  Acuity, Sharpness
Use : This board game will put your trading acumen to the test

10.Supplant (v) : Supersede and replace.
Synonyms: Replace, Displace, Supersede
UseThe new iPhone will soon supplant last year’s model and become the most popular mobile device.


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