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Diatribe [Noun] Sentence: After declaring that he had unified the party in one of the most “love-filled” conventions in political history, Mr. Trump launched an extended diatribe against Mr. Cruz, who pointedly declined […]
Learn the word “Soliloquy” and know how it is different from a “Monologue”
Loquacious [Adjective] Sentence: Being as loquacious as Trump is, it’s not surprising that he loves to brag about his wealth and his appeal to women. (Source: http://www.biography.com) Meaning: Talkative How To Remember? […]
You must have heard the adage: “A burnt child dreads fire”. So, injury can change someone’s position. The “-jure” in “abjure” should remind you of the word “injure”. And when a position injures you, you change the position. You reject your previously held notion.
Meretricious [Adjective] Sentence: “To argue that by taking the actions that he did, the president kept America safe is meretricious,” Smith writes, adding: “The fact is, the threat of terrorism that confronts […]