“Avomine” is a tablet used to prevent nausea or vomiting. Imagine yourself being nauseated by seeing something ugly – an abomination – and you have to have Avomine to prevent yourself from vomiting.
“Abnegate” can be thought of AB + NEGATE. Imagine someone negating their responsibility or negating their thoughts to have something nice for themselves. Remember thus!
The word “Gale” should remind you of Chris Gayle, the Jamaican Cricketer who plays international cricket for the West Indies and is known for his aggressive style of batting, often compared to a storm.
Imagine an expert consumer who is highly skilled at shopping and getting good deals. A consummate consumer! You can also remember the root words to remember. Both “consummate” and “summit” have the root word “summus” that is Latin for “summit” – the highest point. Imagine a consummate climber who has reached the summit of Mount Everest!
If you get bashed (hit) publicly, you would feel embarrassed, wouldn’t you? The “abash” should remind you of public bashing. Remember thus.
“Abate” rhymes with “Rebate”. When we get a rebate in taxes or in a supermarket, our cash outgo reduces. Similarly, when a crisis abates, our risks reduce.
“Fallacious” should remind you of “false”. Imagine someone falling to such great levels that they would use false statements to justify their position or statements.
The pronunciation of “Gait” is similar to that of “Gate”. (Both are pronounced as “geit”.) Imagine the way a marathoner walks (his/ her gait) while crossing a gate!
“Totum” means “everything” in Latin. “Factotum” should remind you of a person who does all kinds of jobs in factory – from sweeping the floors to piling up the papers. Remember thus!
“Gainsay” is a tricky word to remember. Just think about some one who has made huge gains in a business. But when others ask her whether she actually made those gains, she denies flatly! Remember thus!