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August 07, 2016

English Vocabulary from Indian Express dated 6th August 2016

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Hello Friends, I am Pratik Ankar. Here I am sharing the English Vocabulary from Indian Express dated 6th August 2016. Happy Reading :)

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Indian Express August 6, 2016 : A constitutional adventure.
  • Enact – Make a bill or other proposal law.
  • Radically – In a through or fundamental way.
  • Glimpse – A momentary or partial view.
  • Magnitude – A great size or extent of something.
  • Nectar –  
    1. Fruit juice specially when diluted.
    2. A sweet liquid secretion that is attractive to pollination.
    3. God’s drink.
  • Departure – The action of leaving to start a journey.
  • Enshrine – Place an object in an appropriate place.
  • Accord (N) – Official agreement or treaty.
  • Accord (V) – Give or grant someone power.
  • Moribund – At the point of death.
  • Discretion – A trait of judging wisely and objectively.
  • Precedent – Preceding in time, order, or significance.
  • Discretionary – Available for use at the discretion of the user.
  • Autonomy – Personal independence.
  • Leeway – A permissible difference.
  • Meagre – Deficient in amount, quality or extent.
  • Distortion – A change for the worse.
  • Gloss – The property of being smooth and shiny.
  • Curtail – Reduce in extent or quantity.
  • Blunt – Not having sharp edge or point.
  • Disservice – A harmful action.
  • Arduous – Difficult and tiring.

Indian Express August 5, 2016 : Safety valve for defectors.
  • Apex - The highest point.
  • Reaffirm – Affirm once again.
  • Slammed – A forceful impact that makes loud noise/ Aggressive remark.
  • Thicket – A dense growth of bushes.
  • Impermissible – Not allowed.
  • Defection – Withdraw support or help despite responsibility.
  • Plaguing – An annoyance.
  • Adjudge – Declare to be.
  • Elevate- Raise in rank or condition.
  • Robe – (Formally) Cloth.
  • Junk – Dispose of something old.
  • Fetters – A restrain or check on someone’s freedom to act.
  • Incapacitate – Make unable to perform a certain action.
  • Grinding – A harsh or strident sound.
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