The word “In-defat-igable” should remind you of someone who does not accept defeat easily but keeps on trying. Or you can remember “Inde-fatig-able” by connecting it with someone who does not get fatigued i.e., tired easily. Remember thus!
The word “facet” should remind you of “face”. At one time, we can only see one side or face or “facet” of something. Remember thus!
The word “Fabricate” should remind you of the word “Fibre”. You can use fibres to make a bad weapon or a good thing.
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!
The word “altruistic” can be thought of as combination of two words- “all” and “true”. When we are true to one and all , we go beyond our individualistic concerns , for the sake of the well being of others. Thus, we become “altruistic”. Remember thus!
The word “Indolent” should remind you of a lazy, idle person. Look at the word carefully, “Indolent” contains all the letters in the word “idle”. Such a person is not just lazy, he/ she is habitually lazy!
The word “prodigy” should remind you of kid who is a professional at whatever he/ she does!
“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 […]
Too many “verbs”, too many words! And we don’t like too many unnecessary words, do we now?