Word of the day July Series: Learn a new word every day:

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Word of the day July Series: July 31:

Cajole

Verb

Meaning: To get someone to do something often through persuasion, insincere flattery or compliments.

Example Sentence: By speaking in favour of his manager, Anik tried to cajole his manager into choosing his name for the promotion.

With a kiss on the cheek, I can cajole my husband into taking me shopping.

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July 30:

Coterie

Noun

Meaning: A small group of close friends that share common interests and tastes.

Example Sentence: We saw a coterie of friends having a fun time in this place.


July 29:

Nuance

Noun

Meaning: A very minor difference in appearance, sound or meaning etc.

Example Sentence: Because the models looked exactly the same, I could not recognize the nuance between the two phones.


July 28:

Agog

Adjective

Meaning: Curious and excited to see or hear something.

Example Sentence: Children are agog about visiting Disney Park.


July 27:

Conjecture

Noun

Meaning: Conclusion reached without having complete information.

Example Sentence: There are many conjectures about how many employees will be promoted this year.


July 26:

Amusing

Adjective

Meaning: Entertaining, and funny that makes you laugh or smile.

Example Sentence: Everyone likes Emma because she is fun-loving and amusing.


July 25:

Adorn

Verb

Meaning: Add something to a person or thing to make it more attractive.

Example Sentence: George wants to adorn his new hotel with expensive antiques and paintings so that it looks luxurious.


July 24:

Intriguing

Adjective

Meaning: Something that is very captivating and interesting and arouses curiosity or interest in someone.

Example Sentence: Netflix is a popular streaming service that has a wide genre of Tv shows, documentaries and movies that has an intriguing storyline.


July 23:

Proselytize

Verb

Meaning: Attempt or persuade someone to convert from one belief, opinion or religion into another one.

Example Sentence: Davis organized a seminar so that he can proselytize his ideas among his friends and followers.


July 22:

Buffon

Noun

Meaning: A foolish person who does silly things and makes people laugh.

Example Sentence: Anik needs to stop acting like a buffoon and begin to focus on his work.


July 21:

Versatile

Adjective

Meaning: Able to adapt or be adapted to many different functions or activities.

Example Sentence: Christian Bale is considered as the most versatile actors.


July 20:

Promulgate

Verb

Meaning: Educate or promote an idea, belief to people.

Example Sentence: Employers have to promulgate their policies on sexual harassment so employees will be aware of the process for handling complaints.


July 19

Emoluments:

Noun

Meaning: A salary, pay or income from employment or office.

Example Sentence: Anik’s total emoluments amount to $200,000 per annum.


July 18:

Ebullient:

Adjective

Meaning: Enthusiastic, cheerful, energetic, active and positive.

Example Sentence: After announcing the bonus, all the employees sounded ebullient and content.


July 17:

Propitiate:

Verb

Meaning: To make someone pleased or less angry by giving or saying something that they desire.

Example Sentence: The company finally gave what the customers asked so as to propitiate the customers.


July 16:

Impish:

Adjective

Meaning: Inclined to be funny, playful and mischievous.

Example Sentence: Ben has an impish smile on his face.


July 15:

Cynosure:

Noun

Meaning: A person or thing that is the centre of attraction or admiration.

Example Sentence: Alisha became the cynosure of all eyes when she walked the ramp with confidence and poise.


July 14:

Ingenious:

Adjective

Meaning: A person who is skilful, clever, inventive and creative.

Example Sentence: The organizers of the event are looking for an ingenious anchor who could engage with their audience.


July 13:

Archaic:

Adjective

Meaning: Something that is very old fashioned and belongs to a very ancient time.

Example Sentence: Typewriters are considered archaic and hence they are replaced with modern computers.


July 12:

Construe:

Verb

Meaning: Analyze or interpret a word or action in a particular sense.

Example Sentence: Sandra’s polite behaviour is construed as rude by the management committee.


July 11

Acquiesce

Verb

Meaning: Accepting, agreeing, or approving to someone’s wishes or actions.

Example Sentence: Anik seemed to acquiesce with the decision of the management committee.


July 10

Bailiwick:

Noun

Meaning: A person’s skill, knowledge, authority, or interest in a particular area; the district in which a bailie or bailiff has jurisdiction.

Example Sentence: Alex didn’t speak on the matter because it was subject outside his bailiwick.


July 9:

Clientele

Noun

Meaning: A group of all the clients collectively for a business.

Example: Sandra had developed a loyal clientele for her boutique.


July 8:

Novice

Noun

Meaning: A person who is a beginner and has no experience in a certain task, activity, or job.

Example Sentence: Anik didn’t give the task to Sandra because she was a novice.

Word of the day July Series: July 8:  Novice  A person who is a beginner and has no experience in a certain task, activity, or job.
Word of the day July Series: July 8: Novice A person who is a beginner and has no experience in a certain task, activity, or job.

July 7:

Idyllic

Adjective

Meaning: Beautiful, excellent, pleasant, or picturesque.

Example Sentence: Anik is looking for an attractive hotel in an idyllic setting for a vacation with his family.


July 6:

Ingenuous

Adjective

Meaning: Behaviour that is innocent, honest, and childlike.

Example Sentence: Anik’s ingenuous behavior of telling the truth made him unpopular at the college.


July 5:

Subdue:

Verb

Meaning: Bring something under control; to overcome something.

Example Sentence: At the announcement of her results, Amisha managed to subdue her emotions of elation.


July 4

Chortle:

Verb

Meaning: To laugh loudly especially to show satisfaction and pleasure.

Example Sentence: Anik chortled with glee when everyone in the class came to her rescue.


July 3

Burgeon

Verb

Meaning: Begin to grow rapidly or increase at a faster pace.

Example Sentence: As the government reduced taxes on automobiles, many automobile manufacturing companies are expecting sales to burgeon.


July 2

Erudition

Noun

Meaning: Knowledge acquired through extensive study, reading, or research.

Example Sentence: After reading almost every genre, Atik has gained erudition in the field of literature.


July 1

Alleviate

Verb

Meaning: Ease or reduce the intensity of pain or suffering.

Example Sentence: The doctor prescribed medicines for a week to alleviate her pain.

Word of the day July Series: July 1: Alleviate (Verb)  Ease or reduce the intensity of pain or suffering.
Word of the day July Series: July 1: Alleviate (Verb) Ease or reduce the intensity of pain or suffering.

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Some Tips to improve vocabulary:

Apart from learning a new word every day, here are some tips you need to consider if you are willing to improve or expand your vocabulary.

  1. First of all, learn new words every day because learning new words will expand your word power. And as a result, you will be more confident with words.
  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 accordingly. This will make your job easier.
  6. Another key point is to use flashcards to memorize new words.
  7. It’s important to realize that reading is significantly important to expand vocabulary; So, therefore, Read frequently.
  8. Make a note of word that you don’t know accordingly and refer that in a dictionary.
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  10. Furthermore, you can also find many apps that notify you of a new word every day.

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