Vocabulary July Series: Learn a new word every day

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Vocabulary July: Learn a new word every day
Vocabulary July: Learn a new word every day

Vocabulary July Series: 31-07-2019

Effervescent

Adjective

Meaning: a liquid that produces bubbles; also an active, excited and enthusiastic personality.

Usage: The Soda pop is so effervescent that its bubbles are tickling Toby’s nose.

Vocabulary July series   Effervescent:  a liquid that produces bubbles; also an active, excited and enthusiastic personality.
Vocabulary July series Effervescent: a liquid that produces bubbles; also an active, excited and enthusiastic personality.

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And finally, that’s a wrap for July. Here’s the link to August series: Vocabulary August Series: Learn a new word every day


30-07-2019

Bountiful

Adjective

Meaning: Abundant, plentiful and large in supply or quantity.

Usage: There is a bountiful supply of tropical fruits on the island.

Vocabulary July series Bountiful: Abundant, plentiful and large in supply or quantity.
Vocabulary July series Bountiful: Abundant, plentiful and large in supply or quantity.

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29-07-2019

Vocabulary July: Archipelago

Noun

Meaning: A group of islands or cluster of islands surrounded by ocean.

Usage: The Malay world which is also called as the Indo-Australian archipelago is the largest archipelago by area. It comprises more than 25.000 islands.

Vocabulary July series Archipelago:  A group of islands or cluster of islands surrounded by ocean.
Vocabulary July series Archipelago: A group of islands or cluster of islands surrounded by ocean.

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28-07-2019

Vocabulary July: Unstinting

Adjective

Meaning: to be generous with money, help, praise; generous; charitable; bountiful.

Usage: I am also grateful for the unstinting help of those who supported the establishment of a new educational society.

Vocabulary July series Unstinting:  to be generous with money, help, praise; generous; charitable; bountiful.
Vocabulary July series Unstinting: to be generous with money, help, praise; generous; charitable; bountiful.

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27-07-2019

Vocabulary July: Quibble

Verb

Meaning: Arguing or complaining over petty issues; grumble over unnecessary or unimportant details.

Example Sentence: It’s not decent quibbling over such a small amount in public.

Vocabulary July series Quibble:  Arguing or complaining over petty issues; grumble over unnecessary or unimportant details.
Vocabulary July series
Quibble: Arguing or complaining over petty issues; grumble over unnecessary or unimportant details.

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26-07-2019

Vocabulary July: Palatable

Adjective

Meaning: Pleasant and good in taste (of food or drink); also an action that is satisfactory and acceptable.

Usage: That restaurant near our office serves a wide range of palatable pizzas and burgers.

Vocabulary July series Palatable: Pleasant and good in taste  (of food or drink); also an action that is satisfactory and acceptable.
Vocabulary July series Palatable: Pleasant and good in taste (of food or drink); also an action that is satisfactory and acceptable.

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25-07-2019

Vocabulary July: Succinct

Adjective

Meaning: (of speech or writing) clear and concise; expressed briefly and clearly.

Example Sentence: The interviewer was impressed with Tim’s succinct reply to the pertinent question

Vocabulary July Series   Succinct :  (of speech or writing) clear and concise; expressed briefly and clearly.
Vocabulary July Series Succinct : (of speech or writing) clear and concise; expressed briefly and clearly.

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24-07-2019

Vocabulary July: Peckish

Adjective

Meaning: Slightly hungry; Need or desire to snack something.

Example Sentence: By 10’o clock Tim was feeling peckish, even though he had a heavy breakfast.

Vocabulary July Series  Peckish: Slightly hungry; need or desire to snack something.
Vocabulary July Series Peckish: Slightly hungry; need or desire to snack something.

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23-07-2019

Claptrap

Noun

Meaning: Stupid or silly talks; Conversations or talks that are nonsensical or absurd.

Example Sentence: Though James is sincere, organized and punctual, most of his friends spend their evening time discussing office claptrap.

Vocabulary July Series Claptrap:  Stupid or silly talks; Conversations or talks that are nonsensical or absurd.
Vocabulary July Series Claptrap: Stupid or silly talks; Conversations or talks that are nonsensical or absurd.

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22-07-2019

Adept

Adjective

Meaning: Proficient, Expert or skilled at doing something.

Usage: Though John is weak in English, he is adept in solving mathematics equations.

Adept: Proficient, Expert or skilled at doing something.
Adept: Proficient, Expert or skilled at doing something.

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21-07-2019

Quotidian

Adjective

Meaning: Everyday tasks that are borning; Recurring tasks and routines that are not interesting.

Usage: For Tim, 9 – 5 jobs are quotidian and lethargic. So he gave up his job started his own business.

Vocabulary July Series Quotidian: Everyday tasks that are borning; Recurring tasks and routines that are not interesting.
Vocabulary July Series Quotidian: Everyday tasks that are borning; Recurring tasks and routines that are not interesting.

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20-07-2019

Vocabulary July: Aesthetic

Adjective

Meaning: Related to the nature of beauty or art; Appreciation of beauty or great taste.

Usage: We really enjoyed the aesthetic view of the blue mountains and ocean from the balcony of our hotel room.

 Aesthetic: Related to the nature of beauty or art; Appreciation of beauty or great taste.
Aesthetic: Related to the nature of beauty or art; Appreciation of beauty or great taste.

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19-07-2019

Piddling

Adjective

Meaning: Trivial, unimportant, very small, negligible or petty.

Example Sentence: The teacher strongly warned the students not to interrupt the lecture with piddling questions in between.

Vocabulary July series  Piddling:  Trivial, Unimportant, very small, negligible or petty.
Vocabulary July series Piddling: Trivial, Unimportant, very small, negligible or petty.

Pro Tip: Remember to use the word when you talk about something that is trivial, unimportant and petty. Now that you have learned the meaning of the word Piddling. Consider yourself asking this question: Do I spend my time in piddling conversations or activities?

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18-07-2019

Panegyric

Noun

Meaning: A formal speech or writing that praises someone.

Usage: Tim delivered a panegyric on the newly elected CEO of the company.

Panegyric:  A formal speech or writing that praises someone.
Panegyric: A formal speech or writing that praises someone.

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17-07-2019

Palindrome

Noun

Meaning: A word, phrase, sequence, numbers or characters that reads the same backwards as forwards.

Usage: ‘Madam’, ‘Racecar’, ‘Radar’, ‘Level’ etc. are some best examples of Palindrome.

  Vocabulary July series  Palindrome:  A word, phrase, sequence, numbers or characters that reads the same backwards as forwards.
Vocabulary July series Palindrome: A word, phrase, sequence, numbers or characters that reads the same backwards as forwards.

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16-07-2019

Pizzazz

Noun

Meaning: Attractive, lively, glamorous, or impressive style.

Usage: The film producers are looking to cast someone with glamour and pizzazz.

Pizzazz: Attractive, lively, glamorous or impressive style.
Pizzazz: Attractive, lively, glamorous or impressive style.

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15-07-2019

Vocabulary July: Pugilist

Noun

Meaning: A professional boxer

Usage: The famous pugilist Muhammed Ali’s actual name was Cassius Clay.

Vocabulary July series Pugilist: a professional boxer.
Vocabulary July series Pugilist: a professional boxer.

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14-07-2019

Brawny

Adjective

Meaning: Well-built, muscular and physically strong.

Usage: Sandra finally got engaged to an attractive big brawny guy.

Brawny:  Well-built, muscular and physically strong.
Brawny: Well-built, muscular and physically strong.

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13-07-2019

Natter

Verb

Meaning: Casual social conversation; idle talk; Informal exchange of information or gossip.

Usage: The only reason why Tim loves jogging is that he loves relaxing and nattering with his neighbors and friends.

Natter:  Casual social conversation; idle talk; Informal exchange of information or gossip.
Natter: Casual social conversation; idle talk; Informal exchange of information or gossip.

Pro Tip: So now that you know the meaning of the word Natter, Try to use the word when you are in a place where people gather and engage in idle talks. And however, let us ask you this! Are you natter?

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12-07-2019

Scaturient

Adjective

Meaning: available in a large quantity; Overflowing with abundance.

Usage: The trees, and the flowers, and the butterflies, the green and fragrant earth, all teeming and scaturient with new species.

Scaturient: available in a large quantity; Overflowing with abundance.
Scaturient: available in a large quantity; Overflowing with abundance.

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11-07-2019

Acquisitive

Adjective

Meaning: eager to acquire more wealth and material things; the greed to possess more material things.

Usage: Because Tim has a great deal of money, he is acquisitive and enjoys acquiring new cars.

 Acquisitive :   Meaning: eager to acquire more wealth and material things; the greed to possess more material things.
Acquisitive : Meaning: eager to acquire more wealth and material things; the greed to possess more material things.

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10-07-2019

Vocabulary July: Neophyte

Noun

Meaning: A new participant in some activity or task; a new beginner or a learner of a subject, activity or skill.

Usage: Because Tim had no experience in teaching, many of his colleagues consider him to be a neophyte.

Vocabulary July Series Neophyte:  A new participant in some activity or task; a new beginner or a learner of a subject, activity or skill.
Vocabulary July Series Neophyte: A new participant in some activity or task; a new beginner or a learner of a subject, activity or skill.

Pro Tip: And now that you know the meaning of the word ‘neophyte’, ask yourself this question ‘Are you a neophyte’? If So, mention what you are learning by typing your reply in the comment section.

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09-07-2019

Putative

Noun

Meaning: Something that is commonly accepted as truth or supposed to be truth; Presumptive or Supposed to be truth without evidence or truth.

Usage: Only when the scientists perform a series of experiments they accept and believe the common generalized putative theories.

Putative:  Something that is commonly accepted as truth or supposed to be truth; Presumptive or Supposed to be truth without evidence or truth.
Putative: Something that is commonly accepted as truth or supposed to be truth; Presumptive or Supposed to be truth without evidence or truth.

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08-07-2019

Chauvinism

Noun

Meaning: A strong unreasonable belief or a misconception that one’s own country, race, group or sex is superior or important.

Usage: It feels strange to see a few people who talk about equality are actually supporting Chauvinism through their actions.

VocabularVocabulary July Series Chauvinism: A strong unreasonable belief or misconception that one's own country, race, group or sex is superior or important. y July Series Chauvinism: It feels strange to see a few people who talk about equality are actually supporting Chauvinism through their actions.
Vocabulary July Series Chauvinism: A strong unreasonable belief or a misconception that one’s own country, race, group or sex is superior or important.

Pro Tip: Now that you know about the term ‘Chauvinism’, remember to use the term to describe someone’s unrealistic belief about superiority. However, remember to use it carefully, as it might offend people.

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07-07-2019

Accentuate

Verb

Meaning: To emphasize something or make something noticeable; to highlight something.

Usage: The blue colored eyeliner accentuated pooja’s beautiful eyes and her blue colored gown.

 Accentuate: To emphasize something or make something noticeable; to highlight something.
Accentuate: To emphasize something or make something noticeable; to highlight something.

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06-07-2019

Enhance

Verb

Meaning: Improve or increase the quality, value, or feature of something; Furthermore, it may also mean To modify something to make it attractive and efficient.

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Vocabulary July Series Enhance: Improve or increase the quality, value, or feature of something; To modify something to make it attractive and efficient.
Vocabulary July Series Enhance: Improve or increase the quality, value, or feature of something; To modify something to make it attractive and efficient.

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05-07-2019

Vocabulary July: Ostentatious

Adjective

Meaning: Intended to attract or impress someone by showing off money, power or possessions.

Usage: Monalisa uses an ostentatious gold key ring for car keys.

Ostentatious: Intended to attract or impress someone by showing off money, power of possessions.
Ostentatious: Intended to attract or impress someone by showing off money, power of possessions.

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04-07-2019

Eudaemonic

Adjective

Meaning: Producing happiness and well-being; Satisfaction, pleasure, and Contentment.

Usage: The eudaemonic smile on Federer’s face after the victory brought happiness amongst his fans.

Vocabulary July Series Eudaemonic: Producing happiness and well-being; Satisfaction, pleasure and contentment.
Vocabulary July Series Eudaemonic: Producing happiness and well-being; Satisfaction, pleasure and contentment.

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03-07-2019

Assiduous

Adjective

Meaning: Persistent, Careful, Hardworking; Showing care and attention to details.

Usage: Though Jimmy has been assiduous in his attendance at the school he scored less in the examination.

Assiduous: Persistent, Careful, and Hardworking; Showing great care and attention to details.
Assiduous: Persistent, Careful, and Hardworking; Showing great care and attention to details.

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02-07-2019

Banter

Noun

Meaning: Friendly and humorous conversations that involve playful teasing.

Usage: Since their manager was on vacation, Tim and his friends spent the entire day exchanging banter among themselves.

 Banter: Friendly and humorous conversation that involves playful teasing and joking.
Banter: Friendly and humorous conversation that involves playful teasing and joking.

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01-07-2019

Vocabulary July: Sybaritic

Adjective

Meaning: A liking or fondness for luxurious and expensive things; pleasure-seeking; self-indulgent.

Usage: Though Tim’s opulent and sybaritic lifestyle was criticized by a few, he still has many fans who are inspired by him.

Vocabulary July Series Sybaritic: A liking or fondness for luxurious and expensive things; pleasure-seeking; self-indulgent.
Vocabulary July Series Sybaritic: A liking or fondness for luxurious and expensive things; pleasure-seeking; self-indulgent.

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In case you are also looking for June series, here is the link: Vocabulary Every day – June Series: Learn a new word every day

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Some Tips to improve vocabulary:

  1. Learn new words every day so that you can increase your word power.
  2. Learning new words will not be sufficient, also try to include those words in your daily conversations.
  3. Besides learning new words, Keep discussing those words from time to time. Furthermore, Discuss them with someone who is interested in vocabulary.
  4. Carry a dictionary. Wait, that doesn’t mean that you carry a huge bulky dictionary, You have many apps available on both android and ios platforms. Download them.
  5. Understand the root words. This will make your job easier.
  6. Another key point is to use flashcards to memorize new words.
  7. Read frequently.
  8. Make a note of word that you don’t know accordingly and refer that in a dictionary.
  9.  In addition to the above, you can visit us and bookmark our site: www.addicted2learn.com to learn a new word every day.
  10. Furthermore, you can also find many apps that notify you of a new word every day.

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