A jumbled heap, mass
Example – The towns are on the way to becoming agglomeration of the poor.
The quality of being powerfully and mysteriously attractive or fascinating.
Example – people for whom gold holds no allure
A collectable object such as a piece of furniture or work of art that has a high value because of its age and quality
Able to use both hands with equal ease.
Example – My grandmother was ambidextrous as she could write with both the hands.
To increase, support
Example – While searching for a way to augment the family income, she began making dolls.
Cheerful disposition, carefree
Example – He drove with blithe disregard for the rules of the road.
To improve or make stronger
Example – Falling interest rates may help to bolster up the economy.
Complete disorder and confusion.
Example – Snow caused chaos in the region.
To surrender or to give power to somebody
Example – There is no question of our ceding authority to them.
a sudden, violent, and illegal seizure of power from a government.
eg- “he was overthrown in an army coup”
an instance of successfully achieving something difficult.
eg- “it was a major coup to get such a prestigious contract”
It means a game in which one person or side must find a rhyme to a word or a line of verse given by another.
(of a man) neat and trim in dress and appearance.
Example – He looked very dapper in a dark silk suit.
To waste time
Example – They dawdled along by the river, laughing and talking.
To be very expressive
Example – He was effusive in his praise for her beauty.
Example – The dog is one animal that is known for its fidelity.
Having or displaying a violent or ferocious aggressiveness.
Example – Fierce fighting continued throughout the day.
Example – The genesis of most poet’s poems lies in their own emotions.
Very cautions or careful
Example – I stepped over the broken pieces of glass gingerly.
Having a wild, wasted, worn look
Example – She was haggard from loss of sleep.
Violation of a law
Example – Jumping red lights is an infraction of traffic rules.
The science or Philosophy of law.
Example – The court decision set a new and courageous precedent in German jurisprudence.
A little rounded hill, a hillock
Example – The little knoll over there is a place of tourist’s attraction.
Example – He gave a very laconic and unsatisfactory reply to her question.
Small amount, bit
Example – England still expects a modicum of eccentricity in its artists.
Having no purpose or value
Example – this agreement is nugatory for no court will enforce it.
To order or command
Example – Fade had ordained that they would never meet again.
Dependent upon chance, risky
Example – The world is a precarious and an unstable place.
Capable of holding something
Example – The monkey has a prehensile tail.
Ordinary, common, daily
Example – Television has become a part of our Quotidian existence.
Well filled, stuffed
Example – The apartment was replete with expensive antiques.
Inclined to cruelty
Example – He took sadistic pleasure in taunting the boy.
Long thin candle
Example – Se lit the gas with a taper.
Seeming to be everywhere, omnipresent
Example – It is said that god is Ubiquitous.
Lively, in high spirits
Example – He had three pretty, Vivacious daughter.
It means a wooded, uninhabited area.
Example – They couldn’t believe anyone could just walk out of the willowwacks, navy seal or not.
showing or characterized by quick and inventive verbal humour.
Example – a witty remark