Word – Demure

Contents1 Demure – Word of the day1.1 Meaning:1.2 History:1.3 Usage:1.3.1 Noun examples – demureness:1.4 Adjective examples – demure:Demure &#...

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Word – Evince

Evince – Word of the dayMeaning :reveal the presence of (a quality or feeling); indicate.History:History dates back to the late 18th century. Debated of F...

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Word – Burnish

Burnish – Word of the dayMeaning:[verb] : polish (something, especially metal) by rubbing.[noun] : the shine on a highly polished surface.History:History...

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Word – Abjure

Abjure – Word of the dayMeaning:solemnly renounce (a belief, cause, or claim).History:History dates back to the early 15th century. Debated of French and...

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Word – Spurious

Spurious – Word of the DayMeaning:Not genuine/authentic. False/FakeAlso Something of inferior qualityOrigin:Comes from the Latin word spurius, meaning “fa...

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Word – Reverie

Reverie – Word of the DayMeaning:A state of being lost in one’s thoughtsOrigin:Reverie comes from the old French word rever, which means “to be delirious”...

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Word – Obfuscate

Obfuscate – Word of the DayMeaning:To make something unclear or obscureAlso To be evasive or confusingOrigin:This word is derived from the Late Latin word...

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Word – Wraith

Wraith – Word of the DayMeaning:The ghostlike image of someone, seen around the time of their death. Usually used to refer to someone of something that is...

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Word – Acrimony

Acrimony – Word of the DayMeaning:Bitterness or ill-feelingOrigin:Acrimony originates from the Latin word acrimonia, which means “bitter taste of smell”.E...

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Word – Rhapsodic

Rhapsodic – Word of the DayMeaning:Extravagantly enthusiastic/ecstaticOrigin:Rhapsodic comes from the word rhapsody, which in turn comes from the Greek wo...

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Word- Decathect

Decathect- Word of the dayMeaning:to detach yourself emotionally from a person or thing, especially one that you think you’re going to lose, such as a lov...

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Word- Inscape

Inscape- Word of the dayMeaning:the unique inner nature of a person or object as shown in a work of art, especially a poem.Origin:The English poet and Jesuit pr...

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Word- Obnoxious

Obnoxious- Word of the dayMeaning:odiously or disgustingly objectionable; highly offensiveHistory:Obnoxious is derived from the latin word ‘Obnoxiosus’ which ba...

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Word- Grandiloquence

Grandiloquence- Word of the dayMeaning:a lofty, extravagantly colorful, pompous, or bombastic style, manner, or quality especially in languageHistory:Grandiloqu...

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Word- Fulvous

Fulvous- Word of the dayMeaning:of a dull brownish yellow : tawnyHistory:Fulvous was derived in the 19th century from the Latin word fulvus.Examples:Male pigeon...

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Word- Debouch

                                          Debouch- Word of the dayMeaning: to cause to emerge : discharge to march out into open ground : emerge, issueHistory:D...

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Word – Beguile

Beguile – Word of the dayMeaning:: charm or enchant (someone), often in a deceptive way.: help (time) pass pleasantly.History:Dates back to 13th century....

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Word – Adumbrate

Adumbrate – Word of the dayMeaning :: represent in outline.: foreshadow (a future event).History: Latin origin. Latin verb adumbrare, which comes from ...

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Word – Admonish

Admonish – Word of the dayMeaning: warn or reprimand someone firmly.History:Dates back to the 14th century. Latin in origin. Latin admonestare, and Latin...

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Word – Croon

Croon – Word of the dayMeaning : [noun] a soft, low voice or tone.[Verb] hum or sing in a soft, low voice, especially in a sentimental manner.History:Deba...

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