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Friday, 18 October 2019

Hale and Hearty

Hale and Hearty
- Healthy and strong(especially of old people).

Image Credits : Neil Moralee  
Usage:
- The noted director has successfully won the battle against cancer and is all hale and hearty.
- She’s still hale and hearty at 83.

201 #WordOfTheDay

Monday, 7 October 2019

Quagmire

Quagmire
- An area of soft, wet ground that you sink into if you try to walk on it.
- A difficult and dangerous situation.

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Usage:
- Let's see how Boris Johnson plans to escape from the Brexit quagmire.
- Our firm is just inching out of quagmire of past troubles.

200 #WordOfTheDay

Friday, 4 October 2019

Deleterious

Deleterious
- Something which causes harm or damage.

Nail biting usually leads to deleterious effects not only to fingers, but also mouth and more generally the digestive system.
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Usage:
- Divorce is assumed to have deleterious effects on children
- Drugs have a proven deleterious effect on the nervous system.

199 #WordOfTheDay

Thursday, 3 October 2019

Bulwark

Bulwark
- Someone or something that protects or defends something such as a belief, idea, or way of life

Wood bulwark against neighbor's pets.
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Usage:
- Scientists say the vast amazon rain-forest is a bulwark against global warming, as its lush vegetation absorbs heat-trapping carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
- Private consumption growth — the bulwark of India's growth story in recent years.

198 #WordOfTheDay

Tuesday, 1 October 2019

Embargo

Embargo
- An official ban on trade or other commercial activity with a particular country.
- Impose an official ban on something.

SC fixes date to hear pleas against Article 370 abrogation, puts embargo on fresh pleas.
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Usage:
- A trade embargo against certain countries.
- SC fixes date to hear pleas against Article 370 abrogation, puts embargo on fresh pleas

197 #WordOfTheDay