The purpose of this thread is to add new words on daily basis so that …we can solve painful verbal vocabulary questions easily :mg: in any competitive exams My request to all my friends and others to please keep on updating t…
The purpose of this thread is to add new words on daily basis so that ....we can solve painful verbal vocabulary questions easily😁👏 in any competitive examsMy request to all my friends and others to please keep on updating the forums......daily ,if not daily but some day in a week so that ...it end in bunches of words for everyone
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25 Most Common Adjectives
English phrases for everyday use
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\ MAZ-lin \ , noun;
1.a mixture; medley.
2. a mixture of different grains, flours, or meals, especially rye mixed with wheat.
3.bread made from such a mixture of grains.
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\ hahy-ber-NAK-yuh-luhm \ , noun;
1.a protective case or covering, especially for winter, as of an animal or a plant bud.
2.winter quarters, as of a hibernating animal.
hot or warm and humid
muggy is an adjective, but its source mugga was a noun, meaning "drizzle or mist."
From rannsaka "to search the house."
We answered the students' questions about character development and symbolism, while imagining our house ransacked, stripped of valuables.
to stress, single out as important
It was a carefully studied costume; and he accentuated its eccentricity by adopting theatrical attitudes and an air of satisfied negligence.😁
the highest level or degree attainable; the highest stage of development
Paris wholly has got to the acme of its frenzy; whirled, all ways, by panic madness.👏
quick or skillful or adept in action or thought
Neither is he adroit in the exercise of his duty; instead performs it bunglingly; his thoughts preoccupied, and eyes wandering about.👍
a performance given extempore without planning or preparation
Life is just a big extended improvisation. Embrace the ever changing, ever evolving world with the best rule I've ever found. Say "YES"?
Syn - circumlocution