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Top-10 Vocabs of the day-2

1. PROFOUND

  • situated at or extending to great depth; too deep to have been sounded or plumbed.
  • When you need a word that’s deeper than “deep,” consider profound.
  • Synonyms- unfathomed, unplumbed, unsounded, deepImage result for PROFOUND

2. FICKLE

  • People who are fickle change their minds so much you can’t rely on them.
  • liable to sudden unpredictable change.
  • Synonyms- erratic, mercurial, quicksilver, changeable, changefulImage result for unstable

3. FORLON

  • When someone is forlorn it means that they not only feel miserable but simultaneously desolate because they also believe they are alone.
  • marked by or showing hopelessness
  • Synonyms- disconsolate, pessimistic, despairing, despondent, abandoned, depressed, desperate.

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4. SKIMP

  • When something is skimpy, there’s not quite enough of it.
  • containing little excess
  • Synonyms- lean, deficient, insufficient

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5. VACILLATE

  • Vacillate means to waver back and forth, unable to decide.
  • be undecided about something; waver between conflicting positions or courses of action.
  • Synonyms- hover, oscillate, vibrate, shillyshally

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6. LAUDATORY

  • Laudatory has to do with praise.
  • full of or giving praise.
  • Synonyms-praiseful, praising, complimentary

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7. SINEWY

  • Something muscular, with a tight and stretched toughness, is sinewy.
  • consisting of tendons or resembling a tendon.
  • Synonyms- tendinous

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8. RECEDE

  • Recede means to pull back, retreat, or become faint or distant.
  • pull back or move away or backward.
  • Synonyms – draw back, move back, pull away, pull back, retire, retreat, withdraw

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9. CURSORY

  • hasty and without attention to detail; not thorough.
  • it means not paying attention to details.
  • Synonyms- casual, passing, perfunctory, careless

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10. DEFILE

  • When you defile something, you make it dirty or make it lose its purity.
  • make dirty or spotty, as by exposure to air; also used metaphorically.
  • Synonyms- maculate, stain, sully, tarnish

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