Daily Vocabulary

1. FLACCID (ADJECTIVE): nerveless
Synonyms: enfeebled, debilitated
Antonyms: taut, firm
Example Sentence:
The patient’s condition is appearing as flaccid as at first.

2. CHICANERY (NOUN): dishonesty or fraud
Synonyms: Intrigue, machination
Antonyms: forthrightness, truthfulness
Example Sentence:
You can smell the chicanery from a dishonest politician.

3. WINTRY (ADJECTIVE): cold or snowy
Synonyms: bleak, frigid
Antonyms: cheerful, heated
Example Sentence:
The wintry weather continues to sweep across the country.

4. UNCOUTH (ADJECTIVE): clumsy or ill-mannered
Synonyms: boorish, barbaric
Antonyms: agile, refined
Example Sentence:
James disliked the uncouth style of his attire.

5. BETROTHED (ADJECTIVE): engaged or promised to be married
Synonyms: affianced, committed
Antonyms: single, unattached
Example Sentence:
My family gave the betrothed couple their blessings.

6. MISCREANT (ADJECTIVE): immoral
Synonyms: criminal, reprobate
Antonyms: moral, good
Example Sentence:
They can force miscreant firms to cease trading.

7. RENDITION (NOUN ): explanation
Synonyms: presentation, delivery
Antonyms: failure, vagueness
Example Sentence:
His voice was high, clear, and musical, and his rendition was absolutely correct.

8. GAIETY (NOUN): happiness
Synonyms: celebration, elation
Antonyms: sadness, sorrow
Example Sentence:
Holi is celebrated with gaiety in all over the country.

9. RECREANT (ADJECTIVE ): cowardly
Synonyms: faithless, fearful
Antonyms: brave, strong
Example Sentence:
Faiz was recreant in his childhood.

10. LEGIT (ADJECTIVE): lawful
Synonyms: authorized, judicial
Antonyms: illegal, unacceptable
Example Sentence:
This new policy is not legit

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