Word – Eloquent

Eloquent – Word of the DayMeaning (adjective): Expressive and Oratorical (Clearly expressing views either by speaking or writing). It can be used to descr...

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Word – Clandestine

Clandestine – Word of the DayMeaning (verb): secret or covert; Actions that involve secrecy maintained for evil or illicit purposes. History: The word ‘Cl...

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Word – Vital

Vital – Word of the DayMeaning (adjective): absolutely necessary; essential.(verb): give strength and energy to.Synonyms:EssentialCrucialNecessaryImportan...

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Word – Enthral

Enthral – Word of the DayMeaning (verb): capture the fascinated attention of.Synonym:FascinatedCaptivateAbsorbDelightAttractHistory: It originated in late...

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Word – Tranquil

Tranquil – Word of the DayMeaning (Adjective): free from disturbance; calm.Synonym:QuietSereneRelaxingPleasantHistory:It originated in late Middle English...

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Word – Abominate

Abominate – Word of the DayMeaning (verb): Detest; loathe.Synonym:HateDislikeExecrateHistory:It originated in the 17th century from the Latin word abomina...

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Word – Enchantment

Enchantment – Word of the DayMeaning (noun): A feeling of great pleasure; delight.Synonym:MagicCharmAllureMesmerismHistory: It originated in Middle Englis...

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Word – Immaculate

Immaculate – Word of the DayMeaning (adjective): Perfectly clean, neat, or tidy.Synonyms:SpotlessFlawlessUnstainedUnblemishedHistory:It originated from Mi...

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Word – Adamant

Adamant – Word of the DayMeaning (adjective): Refusing to be persuaded or to change one’s mind.Synonym:RigidDeterminedStubbornFirmHistory:This word...

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Word – Gourmand

Gourmand – Word of the Day Meaning:[noun]: Somebody who enjoys eating and eats in large quantitiesHistory:Basically, the origin of this word is still unkn...

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Word – Fallacious

Fallacious – Word of the DayMeaning:[adjective]: Based on a wrong or incorrect idea.History:The origin of this word goes back to the late 15th century. Th...

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Word – Eclectic

Eclectic – Word of the DayMeaning:[adjective]: Taking ideas, taste or style from varying range of sources[noun]: A person who takes ideas, taste or style...

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Word – Dearth

Contents1 Dearth – Word of the Day1.1 Meaning:1.2 History:1.3 Usage:Dearth – Word of the DayMeaning:[noun]: Something not being enough or lacking.Hi...

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Word – Callous

Callous – Word of the DayMeaning:[adjective]: Being insensitive and emotionally careless about others’ sufferings or feelings.[noun]: a thickened, hardene...

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Word – Bane

Bane – Word of the DayMeaning:[noun]: Something troublesome or instigation of unhappiness.             : A deadly poison             : A thing or person t...

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Word – Aberration

Contents1 Aberration – Word of the Day 1.1 Meaning:1.2 History:1.3 Usage:1.3.1 1. Verb examples – aberrate:1.3.2 2. Noun examples – aberration...

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Word – Maudlin

Contents1 Maudlin – Word of the Day1.1 Meaning:1.2 History:1.3 Usage:1.3.1 1. Adverb examples – maudlinly :1.3.2 2. Adjective examples – maudl...

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Word – Florid

Florid – Word of the DayMeaning:[adj]: having a red or flushed complexion.: excessively intricate or elaborate.[adv]: in a way that has too much decoratio...

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Word – Expunge

Expunge – Word of the DayMeaning:[verb]: obliterate or remove completely (something unwanted or unpleasant).Expungement:[Noun]: [US] The process by which...

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Word – Decry

Decry – Word of the DayMeaning:[verb]: publicly declare to be wrong or evil.History:History debated between the early 14th century and early 16th century,...

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