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 followed in  LIC AAO and 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.Travesty (n): Absurd, or distorted representation of something.
Synonyms: Distortion,mockery, perversion, parody, caricature.
Use: Mr Mallya departure without paying the dues to the government would be a “travesty of justice”.

2.Hound (v): Persecute or pursue relentlessly.
Synonyms: Trouble, annoy, badger, torment.
Use: Pakistani singer was hounded by the Indian press.

3.Mogul (n): An important or powerful person.
Synonyms: Magnate, tycoon,grandee, mandarin.
Use: Mr. Trump, as the business mogul vows to “Make America Great Again!”.

4.Coax (v): Obtain something from (someone) by gradual or gentle persuasion.
Synonyms: Persuade, wheedle, cajole.
Use: We coaxed our fare money out of my father.

5.Inadequacies (n): The state or quality of being inadequate
Synonyms: Dearth,insufficiency, deficiency.
Use: Organisers of the festival acknowledging substantial inadequacies in protocol and security arrangements around the event.

6.Paroxysm (n): A sudden attack or outburst of a particular emotion or activity.
Synonyms: Convulsion, seizure, outburst, outbreak
Use: Nation went into paroxysms of rage over the alleged eulogisation of Afzal Guru.

7.Ghettoised (v): Put in or restrict to an isolated
Synonyms: Isolate,insulate.
Use: Minority communalism can never be compared with majority communalism, for the former is ghettoised and mainly feeds upon its own people.

8.Brute (adj): Unreasoning and animal-like.
Synonyms: Savage, beast, monster  barbarian
Use: A brute struggle for political superiority.

9.Scourge (n): A person or thing that causes great trouble or suffering.
Synonyms: Horsewhip, lash, strap, birch, switch, flail
Use: The scourge and cycle of communal hatred and violence can be stopped only by common people.

10.Outpace (v): Go, rise, or improve faster.
Synonyms: Outrun,outstrip.
Use: Women are outpacing men on searches related to food, entertainment (family television), health and fitness.

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