Word of The Day

Word of The Day

To deviate, transgress; or to go astray (from).
To shift or turn from direct speech or behaviour; evade the truth; to waffle or be (intentionally) ambiguous.

Example: The people saw the politician prevaricate every day.

Word of The Day

Word of The Day

Inimitable | /Ιn’ΙmΙtэbl/

adjective

Beyond imitation, surpassing all others, matchless. *Though he had lost the company a large sum of money, the owner would not fire him because he knew his talent was inimitable.

Word for the Day: Claque

Word for the Day: Claque

Claque| [‘klæk] noun (plural claques) A group of people hired to attend a performance and to either applaud or boo. A group of people who pre-arrange among themselves to express strong support for an idea, so as to give the false impression of a wider consensus....
Word of the Day: Itinerant

Word of the Day: Itinerant

itinerant | [ai’tin∂r∂nt] adjective Habitually travelling from place to place. – An itinerant preacher or peddler noun (plural itinerants) One who travels from place to place. – Travel bloggers are itinerants. – Tag a friend who is an...
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