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.Scrupulous (adj) : Very concerned to avoid doing wrong.
Synonyms: Moral, Ethical, Conscientious
Use : The baker paid scrupulous attention to making the roses perfect on the wedding cake.
2.Tawdry (adj) : Cheap and poor in appearance or quality
Synonyms: Gaudy, Flashy, Showy
Use:The black dress was thin and tawdry.
3.Ribald (adj): Offensive or vulgar humor
Synonyms: Bawdy, Indecent , Titillating
Use:The National radio station refused to play the ribald song.
4.Repentance (n) :Feeling of regret or remorse
Synonyms: Remorse, Contrition,Penitence
Use:The guilty man believed that his repentance would save him from punishment.
5.Extirpate (v) :Totally eliminate
Synonyms: Destroy, Eradicate
Use:In his speech, the presided to extirpate poverty in our nation.
6.Prolix (adj) : Prone to using large words that most people do not understand
Synonyms: Lengthy, Long-winded, Endless
Use: Because the book was so prolix, I had to read it with a dictionary beside me.
7. Heresy (n) : Deviation from a dominant theory, opinion, or practice
Synonyms: Dissension, Nonconformity
Use: At one time, the idea the Earth was round was believed to be heresy.
8.Obloquy (n) : Strong public condemnation.
Synonyms: Vilification, Opprobrium, Condemnation
Use :The soccer team went home to obloquy after losing the finals because of stupid mistakes.
9.Peerless (adj) :Superior than any other
Synonyms: Incomparable, Matchless, Unrivaled
Use: Indian army is peerless, wining every war.
10.Crevice (n): A tight opening or gap
Synonyms: Interstice, Cranny, Nook
Use : The small fish swam into the crevice to hide from the shark.