Daily Dose of Vocabulary (1st August, 2018)

Daily Dose of Vocabulary (1st August, 2018)

1). Clamour (Noun)
Definition: a loud and confused noise, especially that
of people shouting
Synonyms: din, racket, loud
noise, uproar, tumult, babel, shouting
Usage: the questions rose to a clamour

2). Flawed (Adjective)
Definition: having or characterized by a fundamental
weakness or imperfection
Synonyms: unsound, defective, faulty, distorted,
inaccurate, incorrect, erroneous, imprecise
Usage: a fatally flawed strategy

3). Verdict (Noun)
Definition: a decision on an issue of fact in a civil or
criminal case or an inquest.
Synonyms: judgement, adjudication, adjudgement,
decision, finding, ruling, resolution
Usage: the jury returned a verdict of not guilty

4)Curative (Adjective)
Definition: able to cure disease
Synonyms: healing, therapeutic, medicinal, remedial,
curing, corrective
Usage: the curative properties of herbs

5). Inherent (Adjective)
Definition: existing in something as a permanent,
essential, or characteristic attribute
Synonyms: intrinsic, innate, immanent, built-in,
inborn, ingrained, deep-rooted
Usage: any form of mountaineering has its inherent

6). Charismatic (Adjective)
Definition: exercising a compelling charm which
inspires devotion in others
Synonyms: charming, fascinating, full of personality,
strong in character
Usage: He was a charismatic figure with great appeal
to the public

7). Inevitable (Adjective)
Definition: certain to happen; unavoidable
Synonyms: unavoidable, inescapable, bound to
happen, sure to happen
Usage: war was inevitable

8). Escorted (Verb)
Definition: Accompany (someone or something)
somewhere as an escort
Synonyms: conduct, accompany, guide, convoy, lead,
usher, shepherd, take
Usage: he escorted her back to her hotel

9). Heed (Verb)
Definition: pay attention to; take notice of
Synonyms: pay attention to, take notice of, take note
of, pay heed to, be heedful of, attend to, listen to,
notice, note, pay regard to
Usage: He should have heeded the warnings

10). Jurisprudence (Noun)
Definition: the theory or philosophy of law.

Synonyms: case, charge, charter, code, constitution, decision

Usage: American jurisprudence

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