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Word of the day- Diadem
 
Example:

On the day of coronation princess wore her diadem and took powers as queen.

King George IV  wore a diadem was made up of diamond.

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Diadem:


 

Noun diadem: A crown or ornament to be worn on head

A symbol of power worn on head by king or queen

 
Synonyms:

Diadem has Synonyms like tiara, wreath, crown, chaplet

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Word of the day- Astound
Word of the day- Astound
Example:

 

Astound can be used as given below examples,

I was astounded by  all his knowledge and talent.

Everyone was astound by his the performance in dance show.

 

 

 

 

Astound:


Adjective astound: to be amazed, astonished

Verb: shock with surprise or wonder, bewilder

To be impressed unexpectedly 

 
Synonyms:

Astound has synonyms like amaze, astonish, surprise, shock, overwhelm 

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Word of the day- Efface
Word of the day- Efface
Example:

 

Efface can be used as given below examples,

The new paint on the walls has effaced every trace of the fire accident in the home.

He was slowly effacing his memories of past but again something happened that refreshed all the memories.

 

 

 

 

Efface:


 Verb efface: to erase completely, rub out or wipe out

to remove a bad past memory or something intentionally

 
Synonyms:

Efface has synonyms like expunge, eradicate, delete, obliterate, cancel   

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Word of the day- Vendue
Word of the day- Vendue
Example:

Vendue can be used as given below examples,

The family was so rich that they bought the land at a price almost thrice the actual at the vendue.

He could not outbid the other bidders at the vendue. 

 

 

 

 

Vendue:


Noun vendue: An auction, to sell on bid, 

Selling something publicly by offering a special price 
Synonyms:

Vendue has synonyms like  sale, auction, bid

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Word of the day-Venial
Word of the day-Venial
Example:

Venial can be used as given below examples,

In my childhood I was so cute and lovely that everyone used to forgive my little mistakes considering it as venial.

Once a police man didn’t arrest a lady for stealing food for her hungry children. He knew that it’s a venial sin and told her to stop it and go. Later he brought a full grocery for her kitchen.

 

 

 

Venial:


Adjective venial: A mistake which can be easily justified and forgiven

A minor offense that is tolerable
Synonyms:

Venial has synonyms like excusable, permissible, forgivable, legitimate, allowable

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Word of the day- Debonair
Word of the day- Debonair
Example:

 

Debonair can be used as given below examples,

He dresses like a debonair daily in the morning. But as he works in an automobile workshop all his dirty clothes full of grease and paint made him look like a poor guy in the evening. 

He wanted to look debonair on his first date so he bought a stylish outfit. But his roommate suggested him that only appearance doesn’t make you debonair. It comes from our well mannered behavior. 

 

 

 

 

 

Debonair:


 Adjective debonair: confident, courteous self possessed, charming, stylish

A person (a man) who is sophisticated, charming,  graceful, cheerful in a carefree way

Synonyms:

Debonair has synonyms like  suave, urbane, refined, well mannered, jaunty, civil

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Word of the day- Bowdlerize
Word of the day- Bowdlerize
Example:

 

Bowdlerize can be used as given below examples,

The word bowdlerize came into existence in mid 19th century from the name of Dr. Thomas Bowdler when he published a bowdlerized version of Shakespeare’s work ‘The family Shakespeare’ in 1818.

You have to bowdlerize some parts of your speech so that it will not offense the listeners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bowdlerize:


Verb bowdlerize: to modify or remove some part of ( a text, book/novel, video or account)

The action of removing some unpleasant, offensive, objectionable or unsuitable material  for  reading or watching

Refers to the censorship of some material that is going to available publicly 

Noun :  bowdlerization

Synonyms:

Bowdlrerize has synonyms like cut, edit, expurgate, sanitize, cleanup , omit

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Word of the day- Blithe
Word of the day- Blithe
Example:

 

Blithe can be used as given below examples,

Some students are always blithe that they don’t even care to listen their teacher.

His blithe behavior towards the company and job led the authorities to fire him from the job.

 

 

 

Blithe:


Adjective blithe: lighthearted, happy, carefree or  indifferent behaviour

Something which done without much care and thought

 
Synonyms:

Blithe has synonyms like heedless, careless, cheerful, happy, unconcerned, thoughtless 

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Word of the day- Benignity
Word of the day- Benignity
Example:

 

Benignity can be used as given below examples,

 

Thanks to the benignity of the little girl who came to rescue the injured puppy when everyone was just passing by.

Her father always says  don’t treat everyone with benignity as they might use it for their own selfishness.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Benignity:

 


Noun benignity: the act of being polite, kind, courteous , tolerant to someone

To be benign, gentle, friendly, favorable and  kind specially to someone with lower status 
Adjective: benign
Synonyms:

Benignity has synonyms like kindness, graciousness, goodness, benovolence

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Word of the day- Vilipend
Word of the day- Vilipend
Example:

 

Vilipend can be used as given below examples,

After failing a test he was scolded badly for not studying well and since then he vilipend himself due to lack of confidence.

Still today there are many societies and families who vilipend women and disregard them. 

 

 

Vilipend:


Verb Vilipend: to vilify or treat someone as an inferior, having lower opinion about someone’s worth

To regard someone with contempt or  behave as someone is  worthless

 
Synonyms:

Vilipend has synonyms like depreciate , belittle, disparage, disregard, misprize, despise 

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