Inchoate | 5th July 2018

Word: Inchoate (प्रारंभिक) Pronunciation: in-koh-it/इन्कोइट Part of Speech: Adjective Meaning: just begun and so not fully formed or developed; rudimentary. Synonyms: undeveloped, nascent, initial Antonyms: developed, experienced Use in a Sentence: Problems in criminal law often start with an inchoate crime – conspiracy, attempt or incitement.

Turbulent | 4th July 2018

Word: Turbulent (उपद्रवी) Pronunciation: tur-byuh-luh nt/टर्ब्यलन्ट Part of Speech: Adjective Meaning: a. characterized by conflict, disorder, or confusion; not stable or calm. b. (of air or water) moving unsteadily or violently. Synonyms: disorderly, violent, stormy Antonyms: peaceful, tranquil Use in a Sentence: After a turbulentweek on the markets, share prices firmed yesterday.

Cognizant | 3rd July 2018

Word: Cognizant (संज्ञाता) Pronunciation: kog-nuh-zuh nt/काग्निज़न्ट Part of Speech: Adjective Meaning: having knowledge or awareness. Synonyms: aware, conscious, sensible Antonyms: unconscious, oblivious Use in a Sentence: Always be cognizant of what people are doing around you

Blatant | 2nd July 2018

Word: Blatant (प्रबल) Pronunciation: bleyt-nt/ब्लैटन्ट Part of Speech: Adjective Meaning: a. (of bad behaviour) done openly and unashamedly. b. completely lacking in subtlety; very obvious. Synonyms: glaring, obvious, overt Antonyms: subtle, quiet, shameful Use in a Sentence: The whole episode was a blatant attempt to gain publicity.

Turbulent | 30th June 2018

Word: Turbulent (उपद्रवी) Pronunciation: tur-byuh-luh nt/टर्ब्यलन्ट Part of Speech: Adjective Meaning: a. characterized by conflict, disorder, or confusion; not stable or calm. b. (of air or water) moving unsteadily or violently. Synonyms: disorderly, violent, stormy Antonyms: peaceful, tranquil Use in a Sentence: After a turbulentweek on the markets, share prices firmed yesterday.

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