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

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Word of the day March series: March 31:

Abdicate:

Verb

Meaning: renounce or rejecting a particular responsibility, or an obligation.

Example Sentence: Sam decided to abdicate his position as a CEO and give the opportunity to the young entrepreneurs.

And that’s a wrap for March series, here’s the link to April series. Word of the day April Series: Learn a new word every day:


March 30:

Abnegate:

Verb

Meaning: To reject or renounce something that you want or desire.

Example Sentence: Sandra decided to abnegate unhealthy snacking since she wanted to be healthy.


March 29:

Innate:

Adjective

Meaning: Abilities or qualities that are natural or inborn.

Example Sentence: Samaira has an innate quality of singing and which is why she can be a successful singer and musician.


March 28:

Instinctive:

Adjective

Meaning: Something which is done without any thought, planning and is automatic.

Example Sentence: Breathing is a natural process of the body, you don’t think about it. It’s Instinctive.


March 27:

Intuitive:

Adjective

Meaning: Ability to sense, feel or understand things without conscious reasoning.

Example Sentence: Because Samantha is intuitive about herbs and Ayurveda, she has medicine for every sickness.


March 26:

Inquisitive :

Adjective

Meaning: Eager or curious to learn new things.

Example Sentence: Sheela is an inquisitive girl. She wouldn’t stop asking her teacher questions.


March 25:

Abeyance:

Noun

Meaning: A state of temporary closure or suspension.

Example Sentence: The disagreement between management and workers had led to abeyance in the factory.


March 24:

Amorous:

Adjective

Meaning: Showing or expressing feelings of love especially through attraction or sexual desire.

Example Sentence: In spite of being in a committed relationship, Sam has an amorous relationship with his colleague.


March 23:

Astute:

Adjective

Meaning: Ability to clearly understand the situation or people and use it in an intelligent manner for one’s own advantage.

Example Sentence: Samaira is an astute entrepreneur. She knows how to convert a business idea into products and services.


March 22:

Appease:

Verb

Meaning: Please or pacify someone by giving them what they desire.

Example Sentence: Samina tried to appease her manager by taking additional tasks and duties.


March 21:

Agreeable:

Adjective

Meaning: Enjoyable, pleasant and nice.

Example Sentence: After so many meetings and negotiations, the trade union, and the management came to an agreeable solution.


March 20:

Adulation:

Noun

Meaning: Admiration or great praise for someone more than they deserve.

Example Sentence: Although Samaira is the most popular student in the college, she is very uncomfortable with the adulation from everyone.


March 19:

Admirable:

Adjective

Meaning: Arousing respect or worthy of respect or admiration.

Example Sentence: The entire event organized by the students of the college was admirable.


March 18:

Acquiescence:

Noun

Meaning: Acceptance or agreement without any protest or opposition.

Example Sentence: The entire Trade Union’s Acquiescence was a big relief to the management.


March 17:

Abstruse:

Adjective

Meaning: Not clear or understood by many people; difficult to understand.

Example Sentence: Sandra’s speech was too fast and therefore it was quite abstruse.


March 16:

Acumen:

Noun

Meaning: Keenness and the ability to make accurate decisions; experience, skill or expertise to make sound judgments.

Example Sentence: Sam can be a successful salesperson as he possesses marketing acumen.


March 15:

Affiliation:

Noun

Meaning: A connection or association usually with a political party religion, or a large organization.

Example Sentence: Sandra has always been vocal about her political views and her affiliation with various political parties and religious institutions.


March 14:

Amenable:

Adjective

Meaning: Being open to suggestions, persuasions, or willingness to cooperate.

Example Sentence: Saira never complains anything about her manager and is always amenable to her manager’s orders and suggestions.


March 13:

Affable:

Adjective

Meaning: Easily approachable, good-natured and friendly to talk.

Example Sentence: Although she looks beautiful, I won’t approach her because she doesn’t seem to be affable.


March 12:

Urbane

Adjective

Meaning: Courteous, refined and good in approach, behavior, and manner in social situations.

Example Sentence: Emilia’s brother is charming and urbane.


March 11:

Enfranchise:

Adjective

Meaning: giving the right to citizenship; giving the privilege to vote.

Example Sentence: In the United States of America, citizens become enfranchised on attaining eighteen years.


March 10:

Amiable:

Adjective

Meaning: Agreeable and friendly behavior or gesture.

Example Sentence: Sara’s sister is amiable and we had a nice time last week.


March 9:

Elocution:

Noun

Meaning: Ability or skill to speak clearly and accurately especially in front of others.

Example Sentence: Sandra speaks effectively and hence the class teacher has decided to select her for the elocution competition.


March 8:

Uproarious:

Adjective

Meaning: Characterized by loud noise, laugher; funny and laughable.

Example Sentence: Sam’s jokes are so uproarious that all his friends couldn’t stop laughing and enjoying his jokes.


March 7:

Cachinnate:

Verb

Meaning: Act of laughing loudly often to annoy or embarrass people around you.

Example Sentence: Ethan began cachinnating as soon as Sandra started speaking.


March 6:

Bloviate:

Verb

Meaning: Speak at great length especially in an annoying and pompous manner.

Example Sentence: I don’t prefer talking to Alisa because she bloviates too much in our conversations.


March 5:

Adjudicate:

Verb

Meaning: Acting as a judge in a debate, competition or an argument; to make a formal decision on a dispute.

Example Sentence: Samira tried to adjudicate the dispute between Bella and Anita.


March 4:

Accentuate:

Verb

Meaning: Emphasizing or highlighting something to make it more noticeable.

Example Sentence: Emilie chose a golden-colored eyeliner that will accentuate her complexion.

 Word of the day March series: March 4: Accentuate:  Emphasizing or highlighting something to make it more noticeable.
Word of the day March series: March 4: Accentuate: Emphasizing or highlighting something to make it more noticeable.

March 3:

Avaricious:

Adjective

Meaning: A strong desire or greed for money or material objects.

Example Sentence: Even though sam already has 4 luxurious cars, his avaricious wife wanted to buy two more luxurious cars.


March 2:

Assiduous:

Adjective

Meaning: Showing attention to great details; careful and attentive.

Example Sentence: Sandra’s assiduous efforts to complete the project in time was appreciated by all her team members.


Word of the day March series: March 1:

Authentic:

Adjective

Meaning: Genuine, real, original, and true.

Example Sentence: All our friends decided to go to an authentic Italian restaurant tonight.


Here is the link to February series: Word of the day February series

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Suggested Readings: Similarily, you can also learn idioms: Idiom of the day

And moreover, We would like to thank our readers for showing us their commendable support. We have received emails from our lovely readers stating that they enjoyed learning new words every day. Some of them even started saying that they are practically implementing it in their daily routine. For this reason, we have decided to start the same series for this month. And trust us, learning a new word every day is not just expanding your vocabulary, but it’s making you more confident and comfortable using these words in your conversations.

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.
  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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