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.Cavalcade (N):A series of related things.
Synonyms:Procession, Parade, Motorcade.
Uses:The focus of a cavalcade is participation rather than display.

2.Antagonist (N):One who oppose others.
Synonyms:Foe,Competitor,Opponent.
Uses:In his youth he was an antagonist of Mahomet.

3.Depraved (Adj): Morally bad or Evil.
Synonyms: Perverted,Lascivious,Dissolute.
Uses: kya kool hai hum 3 has been condemned as the most depraved film of the year.

4.Blithe (Adj):Happy or carefree.
Synonyms: Cheerful, cheery, light-hearted, jolly.
Uses:Aman was so blithe about his selection in IIT, that he had a party after his selection.

5.Smug (Adj): Excessively self-satisfied or complacent.
Synonyms:self-approving, well pleased, proud of oneself.
Uses:After the exam , Ram had a smug look on his faced.

6.Haggard (Adj):Looking exhausted.
Synonyms:Gaunt,Lean,Emaciated.
Uses:The soldier was haggard after watching many of his friends die in battle.

7.Muddle (V): To cause confusion.
Synonyms:Confuse, Perplex.
Uses:Pakistan can’t do anything and always make some muddle , said India.

8.Jabber (V):Talk in a incomprehensible way.
Synonyms:Patter, Blather, Maunder, Ramble.
Uses:Ram jabbered on about football in his speech.

9. Misdemeanour (N):A minor wrongdoing.
Synonyms:Crime,Felony, Offence.
Uses:Player can expect a suspension for his latest misdemeanour.

10.Hunch (N):A feeling or guess based on intuition rather than fact.
Synonyms:Impression, Inkling, Idea, Notion.
Uses:Scientist began gathering data to prove or disprove his hunch.