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.Abnegation (n) : The action of renouncing or rejecting something.
Synonyms: Refusal, Abandonment , Surrender
Use:The school counselor hoped she could encourage her students to consider the abnegation of drug use.

2.Acrimonious (adj) : Bitter and sharp in language or tone
Synonyms: Hostile, Crabbed, Sarcastic
Use:Your acrimonious arguments about religion only sever friendships.

3.Cognizance (n) : Knowledge or awareness.
Synonyms: Knowledge, Consciousness, Apprehension
Use: The guests took cognizance of her presence at the party.

4.Notoriety (n) : The state of being famous or well known for some bad quality or deed.
Synonyms: Infamy , Discredit, Obloquy, Opprobrium
Use: The notoriety of the actor’s racist comments led to his dismissal from the highly rated television show.

5.Wreck (n) : The act of destroying or the state of being destroyed
Synonyms: Debris, Detritus, Remainder
Use: The ship was wrecked on rocks during a storm.

6.Obscene (adj) : Offending against moral principles or repugnant
Synonyms: Scandalous, Vile, Foul, Obnoxious
Use: The obscene dancing was not appropriate for a church function.

7.Niggard (n) : A mean or ungenerous person
Synonyms: Miser,Tightwad , Rustic
Use: Napoleon was prodigal of promises, but niggard of their fulfilment.

8.Tog (v) : Get dressed for a particular occasion or activity.
Synonyms: Ensemble, Accouterment
Use: These harbour togs gave to his thick figure an air of stiff and uncouth smartness.

9.Tumult (n): A state of confusion or disorder, violent agitation or disturbance.
Synonyms: Turbulence, Mayhem, Havoc
Use: The police were called to clear up the tumult after excited football fans burst onto the field.

10.Mortify (v) : To feel very embarrassed or ashamed.
Synonyms: Embarrass, Humiliate, Chagrin
Use: The boy began to mortify the shy girl by making fun of her old clothes.

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