Stale eggs or even un-cooked eggs smell extraordinarily bad, don’t they? The word “egregious” should remind you of stale and un-cooked eggs on someone’s face. Eww!
Schadenfreude [Noun] Sentence: Finance Minister Sammy Wilson can bask in the approval of business leaders today, as his draft Budget received considerably more bouquets than brickbats. There was some sense of schadenfreude […]
If you spend profusely as if you had money like Bill Gates, you would be a profligate!
“Immaculate” refers to being clean and spotless, without any blemish. “Maculate” is just the opposite, although not as commonly used.
Remember “Moribund” as “Mortal at the end”. The mortal person is at the point of death! Remember thus.
“Poseur” is someone who strikes a pose to impress others. In reality, he/she is very different from what he/she is trying to project.
“Conflation” should remind you of convergence of two flats to make a bigger flat! You just break the wall between the two flats to make a bigger house! Remember thus.
The suffix “-phile” refers to a person having fondness for something. Remember this always. Just “-phobe” is a suffix which refers to fear for something.
Try to remember this word by associating the sound with the name used to characterize this light rain – “Sirimiri”. Slight drizzle. Its such a beautiful word!
“Ingenuous” should remind you of a genuine person who is upright and unsuspecting. He/she neither suspects nor resorts to chicanery.