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

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Word of the day October Series
Word of the day October Series

Word of the day October Series: October 31:

Beguile

Verb

Meaning: Charm, attract or amuse someone.

Usage: Samantha beguiles her students with interesting fairy tales, poems, and songs.

 Word of the day October Series: Beguile: Charm, attract or amuse someone.
Word of the day October Series: Beguile: Charm, attract or amuse someone.

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October 30:

Persuade

Verb

Meaning: Convince or urge a person or group to do something.

Usage: If your friends persuade you to break the law, you should consider making new friends.

 Word of the day October Series:  Persuade:  Convince or urge a person or group to do something.
Word of the day October Series: Persuade: Convince or urge a person or group to do something.

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October 29:

Cajole

Verb

Meaning: Persuade someone to do something through flattery or sweet talk etc.

Usage: Sam knows how to cajole his boss into doing what he wants.

  Word of the day October Series: Cajole: Persuade someone to do something through flattery or sweet talk etc.
Word of the day October Series: Cajole: Persuade someone to do something through flattery or sweet talk etc.

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October 28:

Procure

Verb

Meaning: Possess or obtain something with effort or action.

Usage: Samantha runs an international company that can procure luxurious products from foreign companies.

Word of the day October Series: Procure:  Possess or obtain something with effort or action.
Word of the day October Series: Procure: Possess or obtain something with effort or action.

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October 27:

Burgeon

Verb

Meaning: Begin to grow or flourish; develop, flourish or increase.

Usage: Sam’s business began to burgeon as he kept interacting with his customers.

Word of the day October Series: Burgeon: Begin to grow or flourish; develop, flourish or increase.
Word of the day October Series: Burgeon: Begin to grow or flourish; develop, flourish or increase.

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October 26:

Viable

Adjective

Meaning: Able to work as intended or able to succeed; feasible.

Usage: Every member of the board agreed to invest in the new project since the project was economically feasible.

 Word of the day October Series: Viable:  Able to work as intended or able to succeed; feasible.
Word of the day October Series: Viable: Able to work as intended or able to succeed; feasible.

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October 25:

Prosperous

Adjective

Meaning: Successful, especially through earning and growth; gaining wealth and success.

Usage: Addicted2learn wishes all the readers a very prosperous Dhanteras and Happy Diwali.

Word of the day October Series: Prosperous: Successful, especially through earning and growth; gaining wealth and success.
Word of the day October Series: Prosperous: Successful, especially through earning and growth; gaining wealth and success.

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October 24:

Invincible

Adjective

Meaning: Impossible to beat or overcome something or someone; Unbeatable; Unconquerable.

Usage: Jack’s coach appointed him as the captain because he believes that he is invincible.

Word of the day October Series: Invincible: Impossible to beat or overcome something or someone; Unbeatable; Unconquerable.

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October 23:

Cogitate

Verb

Meaning: Spend time thinking deeply and carefully about something.

Usage: Samantha sat silently cogitating on improving the efficiency of the company processes.

 Word of the day October Series: Cogitate: Spend time thinking deeply and carefully about something.
Cogitate: Spend time thinking deeply and carefully about something.

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Apposite

Adjective

Meaning: Appropriate and relevant to situation or circumstance.

Usage: Kate gave an apposite example of the concept explained by the teacher.

Word of the day October Series: Apposite:  Appropriate and relevant to situation or circumstance.
Apposite: Appropriate and relevant to situation or circumstance.

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October 21:

Enormous

Adjective

Meaning: Something that is extremely large in size, numbers or degree.

Usage: Kylie is busy checking enormous junk of emails in the cafeteria.

 Word of the day October Series: Enormous:  Something that is extremely large in size, numbers or degree.
Enormous: Something that is extremely large in size, numbers or degree.

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October 20:

Posturing:

Noun

Meaning: Behaviour that is not real and is often intended to impress or deceive others.

Usage: Sam strongly criticized the politician stating that he was just posturing to gain the attention of the public.

 Word of the day October Series: Posturing:  Behaviour that is not real and is often intended to impress or deceive others.
Posturing: Behaviour that is not real and is often intended to impress or deceive others.

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October 19:

Eloquence:

Noun

Meaning: Ability or art of expressing things through fluent speaking or persuasive writing.

Usage: Samantha delivered the speech with warmth, eloquence, and passion.

 Word of the day October Series: Eloquence: Ability or art of expressing things through fluent speaking or persuasive writing.
Word of the day: Eloquence: Ability or art of expressing things through fluent speaking or persuasive writing.

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October 18:

Bavardage

Noun

Meaning: A lot of idle talks; chattering, gossiping, etc.

Usage: Such bavardage is not adding any value, let’s get back to some productive work.

Word of the day October Series: Bavardage:  A lot of idle talks; chattering, gossiping, etc.
Bavardage: A lot of idle talks; chattering, gossiping, etc.

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October 17:

Indulge

Verb

Meaning: Allowing self or others to enjoy the pleasure of something; giving a free rein; gratifying or luxuriating.

Usage: It’s okay to indulge yourself in the food and drinks that you love once in a while.

Word of the day October Series: Indulge: Allowing self or others to enjoy the pleasure of something; giving a free rein; gratifying or luxuriating.
Indulge: Allowing self or others to enjoy the pleasure of something; giving a free rein; gratifying or luxuriating.

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October 16:

Adjective

Meaning: Providing insights in a clear and informative way so as to make it easier to understand; Educative and informative.

Usage: Participating in illuminating debates will help you broaden your views on various subjects.

 Word of the day October Series: Illuminating:  Providing insights in a clear and informative way so as to make it easier to understand; Educative and informative.
Word of the day October Series: Illuminating: Providing insights in a clear and informative way so as to make it easier to understand; Educative and informative.

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October 15:

Adoring

Adjective

Meaning: Showing feelings of love, fondness, affection, and admiration.

Usage: The superstar waited almost for 15 minutes signing autographs for his adoring fans amidst his busy schedule.

Word of the day October Series: Adoring: Showing feelings of love, fondness, affection, and admiration.
Word of the day October Series: Adoring: Showing feelings of love, fondness, affection, and admiration.

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October 14:

Clientele

Noun

Meaning: Customers or clients collectively of a shop, restaurant, store or center.

Usage: New restaurants should understand their clientele before they change and upgrade their menus.

Word of the day October Series: Clientele. Noun:  Customers or clients collectively of a shop, restaurant, store or center.
Clientele: Customers or clients collectively of a shop, restaurant, store or center.

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October 13:

Enticing

Adjective

Meaning: Something that is interesting or tempting; or something that attracts you; Captivating, or Alluring.

Usage: An enticing smell came from the bakery and we decided to stop by and order some pastries.

Word of the day October 13. Enticing: Something that is interesting or tempting; or something that attracts you; Captivating, or Alluring.
Enticing: Something that is interesting or tempting; or something that attracts you; Captivating, or Alluring.

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October 12:

Chanteuse

Noun

Meaning: A female singer at a concert, disco or a night club.

Usage: That nightclub attracts more public because it employs famous chanteuse who sings at the nightclub every weekend.

 Word of the day October Series:  Chanteuse: A female singer at a concert, disco or a night club.
Chanteuse: A female singer at a concert, disco or a night club.

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October 11:

Pasquinade

Noun

Meaning: A composition that misrepresents somebody’s style in public place often with an intention to imitate or mock in a humorous style.

Usage: Celebrities on twitter often report or block users who pasquinade them.

Word of the day October Series: Pasquinade: A composition that misrepresents somebody's style in public place often with an intention to imitate or mock in a humorous style.

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Word of the day October Series: October 10:

Avarice

Noun

Meaning: A strong desire to acquire wealth and material things.

Usage: If you let avarice take over, you will be left with life just focusing on money and material things.

 Word of the day October Series:  
Avarice: A strong desire to acquire wealth and material things.

Avarice: A strong desire to acquire wealth and material things.

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October 9:

Aesthete

Noun

Meaning: Someone who has is an admirer of beauty, arts or music and has a good artistic taste.

Usage: Because Sam likes to go to the theater every weekend, all his friends call him an aesthete.

 Word of the day October Series:    Aesthete:  Someone who has is an admirer of beauty, arts or music and has a good artistic taste.
Word of the day October Series: Aesthete: Someone who has is an admirer of beauty, arts or music and has a good artistic taste.

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Word of the day October Series: October 8:

Coruscate

Verb

Meaning: Emitting flashes of light; glittering; flashing; a person who shows enthusiasm and is full of life.

Usage: As soon as the gift box was opened the diamonds began to coruscate all over the room.

 Word of the day October Series:  
 Coruscate:  Emitting flashes of light; glittering; flashing; a person who shows enthusiasm and is full of life.
Word of the day October Series:
Coruscate: Emitting flashes of light; glittering; flashing; a person who shows enthusiasm and is full of life.

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October 7:

Versatile

Adjective

Meaning: A person who is capable enough to do different things with ease.

Usage: Christian Bale, Jeff Bridges, and Gary Oldman are considered as the most versatile actors.

 Word of the day October Series: 
 Versatile:  A person who is capable enough to do different things with ease.

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October 6:

Intriguing

Adjective

Meaning: Evoking or creating curiosity or interest in something; Fascinating, Compelling or enchanting.

Usage: Everyone at the theater enjoyed the intriguing story of the movie.

 Word of the day October Series:    Intriguing: Adjective:  Evoking or creating curiosity or interest in something; Fascinating, Compelling or enchanting.
Word of the day October Series: Intriguing: Adjective: Evoking or creating curiosity or interest in something; Fascinating, Compelling or enchanting.

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Word of the day October Series: October 5:

Pursue

Verb

Meaning: Achieve, follow, or chase something over a period of time.

Usage: If you want to become a fashion designer, you should pursue a course in fashion designing.

 Word of the day October Series:    Pursue:  Achieve, follow, or chase something over a period of time.
Pursue: Achieve, follow, or chase something over a period of time.

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October 4:

Altruistic

Adjective

Meaning: Concern for the well-being of others and willingness to help others.

Usage: Because James is an altruistic person, he conducts wellness and self-help programs for the community very often.

Altruistic: Concern for the well-being of others and willingness to help others.

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Word of the day October Series: October 3:

Prismatic

Adjective

Meaning: Something that resembles like a prism; brilliant, bright, colorful or clear; a reflection of colors.

Usage: As soon as the sun rises, my entire room gets reflected with beautiful prismatic hues.

 Word of the day October Series:  Prismatic: Something that resembles like a prism; brilliant, bright, colorful or clear; a reflection of colors.
Word of the day October Series: Prismatic: Something that resembles like a prism; brilliant, bright, colorful or clear; a reflection of colors.

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October 2:

Urbane

Adjective

Meaning: Someone who is polished, sophisticated and looks comfortable in social situations.

Usage: Sophia describes her husband as charming and urbane.

Urbane: Someone who is polished, sophisticated and looks comfortable in social situations.
Urbane: Someone who is polished, sophisticated and looks comfortable in social situations.

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Word of the day October Series: October 1:

Propitious

Adjective

Meaning: Giving a fruitful result or indicating a successful outcome; Favourable and promising.

Usage: Because John’s manager was on a vacation, he believed it was propitious time to inquire about promotion and salary hike.

 Word of the day October Series:   Propitious:  Giving a fruitful result or indicating a successful outcome; Favourable and promising.
Word of the day October Series: Propitious: Giving a fruitful result or indicating a successful outcome; Favourable and promising.

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In case you are also looking for the September series, here is the link: Vocabulary September Series: Learn a new word every day.
Suggested Readings: Similarily, you can also learn idioms: Idioms and Phrases October Series: Learn a new idiom daily.

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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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