“Obstreperous” may be thought of as a combination of the words “Obstruction” + “Onerous“. Think about an unruly kid who creates obstruction by being very loud and clamorous, making him very difficult to control.
Petrichor [Noun] Sentence: Publishing in the journal Nature in 1964, Bear and Thomas proposed a name for the scent brought on by rain. They called it “petrichor,” a blend of the Greek words petra, rock, and ikhor, the blood […]
Too many “verbs”, too many words! And we don’t like too many unnecessary words, do we now?
When we leave school to join a university, it indicates a new “turn” in our life. Thus, “Abiturient”!
You “rate” something in the hope that it becomes better, right? Or else, why go through the trouble of rating!
Read “Farrago” as “Far” + “Ago”. An incident occurred so far ago that you do not quite remember it well. You are confused as to what exactly happened.
“Eponymous” gives a name to the “Anonymous”! Remember thus!