Vocabulary++

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By: Atul Yadav

Learn a new English word daily and enhance your vocabulary. Words sourced from dictionary.com. Created using 🔥 fliki.ai

Arrivederci
Last Sunday at 9:31 PM

Until we see each other again; goodbye for the present.


Tawpie
11/03/2022

A foolish or thoughtless young person.


Pishogue
11/01/2022

An evil spell; hex.


Shaman
10/29/2022

a person who acts as intermediary between the natural and supernatural worlds, using magic to cure illness, foretell the future, control spiritual forces, etc.


Pensée
10/21/2022

A reflection or thought.


Scarper
10/16/2022

To flee or depart suddenly, especially without having paid one's bills.


Gingerly
10/04/2022

With great care or caution; warily.


De novo
09/29/2022

Anew; afresh; again; from the beginning.


Torrid
09/24/2022

Oppressively hot, parching, or burning, as climate, weather, or air.


Tessellate
09/07/2022

To form of small squares or blocks, as floors or pavements; form or arrange in a checkered or mosaic pattern.


Juku
09/01/2022

A school, attended in addition to one's regular school, where students prepare for college entrance examinations.


Varmint
08/20/2022

An objectionable or undesirable animal, usually predatory, as a coyote or bobcat.


Vexillology
07/20/2022

The study of flags.


Ganache
07/08/2022

A whipped frosting or filling made with semisweet chocolate and cream, used for cakes, pastries, and candies.


Draconian
06/29/2022

Rigorous; unusually severe or cruel.


Fortuitous
06/24/2022

Happening or produced by chance; accidental.


Ghibli
06/23/2022

A hot dust-bearing wind of the North African desert.


Jubilant
06/19/2022

Showing great joy, satisfaction, or triumph; rejoicing; exultant.


Archetype
06/07/2022

The original pattern or model from which all things of the same kind are copied or on which they are based; a model or first form; prototype.


Caterwaul
06/06/2022

To utter a long, wailing cry; howl or screech.


Pagoda
06/04/2022

A temple or sacred building, usually a pyramidlike tower and typically having upward-curving roofs over the individual stories.


Premeditate
06/03/2022

Consider, ponder, or plan (an action) beforehand.


Enthrallment
06/01/2022

A feeling of great liking for something wonderful and unusual.


Infatuation
05/30/2022

A foolish and usually extravagant passion or love or admiration.


Effrontery
05/27/2022

Unashamed boldness; impudence; audacity; presumption.


Inebriated
05/24/2022

Drunk or intoxicated, or exhilarated or stupefied in a way that suggests intoxication:


Tisane
05/22/2022

Aromatic or herb-flavored tea.


Hootenanny
05/20/2022

An informal session at which folk singers and instrumentalists perform for their own enjoyment.


Baksheesh
05/13/2022

A tip, present, or gratuity.


Nurturance
05/12/2022

Warm and affectionate physical and emotional support and care.


Saber
05/07/2022

A heavy, one-edged sword, usually slightly curved, used especially by cavalry.


Sardonic
04/30/2022

Characterized by bitter or scornful derision; mocking; sneering; cynical.


Guerdon
04/27/2022

A reward, recompense, or requital.


Carouse
04/20/2022

To engage in a drunken feast.


Harlequin
04/19/2022

Fancifully varied in color, decoration, etc.


Pandiculation
04/18/2022

The act of stretching oneself, especially on waking.


Mammock
04/17/2022

To break, tear, or cut into fragments; shred.


Indite
04/16/2022

To compose or write, as a poem.


Almsgiving
04/15/2022

The act of donating money, food, or other items to poor or needy people, especially as a spiritual practice.


Sennachie
04/14/2022

A professional storyteller of family genealogy, history, and legend.