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Bleak

Bleak

Bleak If something is described as bleak, it is dull, unpleasant and seems unlikely to improve. Let’s look at an

DailyDose English – Acrimony Meaning – Verbal Lesson

DailyDose English – Acrimony Meaning – Verbal Lesson

Acrimony is bitterness or ill will especially of words, manner, or feelings. Let’s look at an easy example: Their marriage ended

Nonchalant

Nonchalant

NONCHALANT If you describe someone as nonchalant, you mean that the person behaves in a calm manner, showing that they do

Knotty

Knotty

Knotty can describe something that is intricate, complicated and quite difficult to solve. Let’s look at an easy example: The management

Incongruous

Incongruous

INCONGRUOUS When you refer to something as incongruous, you mean that it is incompatible or not in harmony with everything else.

Invincible

Invincible

If you describe something as invincible, you believe that it is something that is impossible to defeat or conquer. Let’s

Judicious

Judicious

If you describe an action as judicious, you approve of it because you think that it shows good judgment and

Peevish

Peevish

We use the word peevish to describe someone who is easily annoyed, irritable or bad-tempered. Let’s look at an easy

Lucid

Lucid

When something is clearly expressed and easy to understand, we use the word lucid.Let’s look at an easy example: She gave

Zeal

Zeal

Zeal is dedication or great enthusiasm for something. If you have zeal you are energized and motivated. Let’s look at

Modest

Modest

MODEST A modest person is someone who does not boast about their abilities or achievements. It is marked by simplicity. Let’s

Impediment

Impediment

IMPEDIMENT An impediment is anything that slows or blocks progress, like a hurdle or obstruction. Let’s look at an easy example: The

Captivity

Captivity

WORD OF THE DAY : CAPTIVITY Captivity is a situation in which a person or animal is kept trapped or confined.

Absolve

Absolve

To absolve someone means to forgive or free them from guilt, blame, or responsibility for something. Let’s look at an

Accord

Accord

The word accord means to be in complete agreement or harmony with someone or something. Let’s look at an easy

Adamant

Adamant

If you stubbornly refuse to change your mind about something, you are considered to be adamant. Let’s look at an

Adherent

Adherent

A person who strongly supports a particular person, principle, or set of ideas is considered adherent. Let’s look at an

Abate

Abate

When you say that abates, it means it decreases in intensity and becomes less intense or severe. Let’s look at

Brittle

Brittle

In this video learn the meaning of the word “Brittle” in today’s Crampete #DailyDose. Get ready for your college campus placement

Accessory

Accessory

An accessory is something you add to something else to make it better or more useful. Let’s look at an

Alienate

Alienate

Alienate is to make someone feel isolated or different from the rest of the group. Let’s look at an easy