“Calumny” should remind you of someone who makes callous statements about you with the intention of bringing calamity in your life. Beware of those people and keep them at a safe distance! Remember thus.
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 […]
“Fastidious” should remind you of a person who is very “fast” in cleaning any dirt in her room. She cleans the room very fast, every nook and cranny, to the last detail!
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 […]
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!
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.
“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.