Daily Vocabulary Update
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91). Garrulity (Noun)
Meaning: excessive talkativeness, especially on trivial matters.
Synonyms: talkativeness, garrulousness, loquacity, loquaciousness, volubility, verbosity,
Usage: They were irritated by his ungovernable garrulity.
92). Arrant (Adjective)
Meaning: complete, utter
Synonyms: downright, thoroughgoing, absolute, complete, thorough
Usage: What he is talking is arrant nonsense!
93). Consequential (Adjective)
Meaning: following as a result or effect.
Synonyms: resulting, resultant, ensuing, consequent; following
Usage: A loss of conﬁdence and a consequential withdrawal of funds.
94). Attenuate (Verb)
Meaning: reduce the force, effect, or value of.
Synonyms: weakened, reduced, lessened, decreased, diminished, impaired
Usage: Her intolerance was attenuated by an unexpected liberalism.
95). Precarious (Adjective)
Meaning: dependent on chance; uncertain
Synonyms: uncertain, insecure, unreliable, unsure, unpredictable
Usage: He made a precarious living as a painter.
96). Enervate (Verb)
Meaning: make (someone) feel drained of energy or vitality.
Synonyms: exhaust, tire, fatigue, weary, wear out, devitalize
Usage: The scorching sun enervated her.
97). Equivocate (Verb)
Meaning: use ambiguous language so as to conceal the truth or avoid committing oneself.
Synonyms: prevaricate, be evasive, be non-committal, be vague, be ambiguous
Usage: The government has equivocated too often in the past.
98). Assiduous (Adjective)
Meaning: showing great care and perseverance.
Synonyms: diligent, careful, meticulous, thorough, sedulous, attentive.
Usage: She was assiduous in pointing out every feature.
99). Lassitude (Noun)
Meaning: a state of physical or mental weariness; lack of energy
Synonyms: lethargy, listlessness, weariness, languor, sluggishness, enervation
Usage: She was overcome by lassitude and retired to bed.
100). Sycophant (Noun)
Meaning: a person who acts obsequiously towards someone important in order to gain advantage.
Synonyms: toady, creep, crawler, fawner, ﬂatterer, ﬂunkey, truckler.
Usage: He was surrounded by ﬂatterers and sycophants.