4 Words Daily: Day 39

“Peace begins with a smile.” Mother Teresa

The words for today are:

  • Nonchalant  \ ˌnän-shə-ˈlänt\
    • Relaxed and calm in a way that shows that you do not care or are not worried about anything.
  • Orgulous \ ˈȯr-gyə-ləs \
    • Proud.
  • Lapidary \ ˈla-pə-ˌder-ē \
    • Having the elegance and precision associated with inscriptions on monumental stone.
    • Art of cutting gems.
  • Bowdlerize \ ˈbōd-lə-ˌrīz \
    • To change (a book, play, movie, etc.) by removing parts that could offend people.

List of previous four words:

  • Cognitive
  • Imbecile
  • Gibber
  • Climactic

 

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4 Words Daily: Day 38

“Let your hopes, not your hurts, shape your future.” Robert H. Schuller

The words for today are:

  • Cognitive  \ ˈkäg-nə-tiv \
    • The mental action or process of acquiring knowledge and understanding through thought, experience, and the senses.
  • Imbecile  \ ˈim-bə-səl , -ˌsil \
    • Fool, Idiot
  • Gibber  \ ˈji-bər \
    • to speak rapidly, inarticulately, and often foolishly
  • Climactic  \ klī-ˈmak-tik\:
    • Most exciting and important : forming a climax

 

List of previous four words:

  • Adulterate
  • Cataclysm
  • Contrive
  • Arrant

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4 Words Daily: Day 37

“Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.” Charles R. Swindoll

The words for today are:

  • Adulterate \ ə-ˈdəl-tə-ˌrāt \
    •  To corrupt, debase, or make impure by the addition of a foreign or inferior substance or element
  • Cataclysm \ ˈka-tə-ˌkli-zəm \:
    • Something that causes great destruction, violence, etc
  • Contrive  \ kən-ˈtrīv \
    • To form or create in an artistic or ingenious manner
  • Arrant  \ ˈa-rənt\
    • Of the worst kind.

 

List of previous four words:

  • Surfeit
  • Rife
  • Conglomerate
  • Orphic

 

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4 Words Daily: Day 36

“Listen with the intent to understand, not the intent to reply.” Stephen Covey

The words for today are:

  • Surfeit \ ˈsər-fət \:
    • An overabundant supply Excess
  • Rife  \ ˈrīf \:
    • Very common and often bad or unpleasant
  • Conglomerate  \ kən-ˈgläm-rət\:
    • Made up of parts from various sources or of various kinds
  • Orphic \ ˈȯr-fik \:
    • Fascinating, Entrancing

 

List of previous four words:

  • Sophomore
  • Smolder
  • Perorate
  • Dirge

 

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4 Words Daily: Day 35

“Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves.” Henry David Thoreau

The words for today are:

  • Sophomore \ ˈsäf-ˌmȯr\:
    • Being or associated with the second in a series
  • Smolder \ ˈsmōl-dər \
    • To exist in a state of suppressed activity
    • To show suppressed anger, hate, or jealousy
  • Perorate \ ˈper-ə-ˌrāt\ :
    • To deliver a long or grandiloquent oration
  • Dirge  \ ˈdərj \:
    • A slow, solemn, and mournful piece of music

List of previous four words:

  • Vitriol
  • Despot
  • Weald
  • Debunk

 

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Battle with Self..

Every part of me fights against the odds to survive the everyday reality; every single part of me, every little cell.

Some of them die daily, some of them are born every day, all to keep me alive and ready to tackle life with a new vigor, zeal and enthusiasm. And all I am is just a mosaic of those little brave soldiers. If they can, then surely I can; for the day they stop resurrecting, my life itself will be endangered.

We all live to fight another day, just like these little brave cells.

4 Words Daily: Day 34

“A somebody was once a nobody who wanted to and did.” John Burroughs

The words for today are:

  • Vitriol \ ˈvi-trē-əl \:
    • Bitter criticism or malice.
  • Despot \ ˈdes-pət , -ˌpät \:
    • One exercising power tyrannically a person exercising absolute power in a brutal or oppressive way.
  • Weald \ ˈwēld \:
    • A heavily wooded area: Forest.
  • Debunk  \ (ˌ)dē-ˈbəŋk \
    •  To expose the sham/ falseness of.

 

List of previous four words:

  • Brusque
  • Contumelious
  • Refute
  • Odious

 

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4 Words Daily: Day 33

“Better remain silent, better not even think, if you are not prepared to act.” Annie Besant

The words for today are:

  • Brusque   \ ˈbrəsk \:
    • Markedly short and abrupt.
    •  Blunt in manner or speech often to the point of ungracious harshness.
  • Contumelious /ˌkɒntjʊˈmiːlɪəs/ :
    • insolently abusive and humiliating
  • Refute  \ ri-ˈfyüt \:
    • to deny the truth or accuracy of.
  • Odious \ ˈō-dē-əs \:
    • Extremely unpleasant; repulsive.

 

List of previous four words:

  • Quixotic
  • Careen
  • Poltergeist
  • Supplant

 

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4 Words Daily: Day 32

“Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.” Mark Twain.

Based on a suggestion, from now on, words that I post here will be followed by their phonetics. “A quote, 4 words, their phonetics, 4 words from the previous post”: these all will be included in every post. Hope you fellas like this little new introduction.

The words for today are:

  • Quixotic  \ kwik-ˈsä-tik \:
    • Marked by rash lofty romantic ideas or extravagantly chivalrous action.
  • Careen  \ kə-ˈrēn \:
    • Move swiftly and in an uncontrolled way.
  • Poltergeist  \ ˈpōl-tər-ˌgīst \:
    • A noisy usually mischievous ghost held to be responsible for knocking sounds.
  • Supplant  \ sə-ˈplant \ 
    • To supersede (another) especially by force or treachery.

 

List of previous four words:

  • Evanescent
  • Glen
  • Axiom
  • Subterfuge

 

Thank you Sakshi for suggesting the use of phonetics… for you’ll be glad to see it here incorporated.

 

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4 Words Daily: Day 31

“Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people.” Steve Jobs

The words for today are:

  • Evanescent: Tending to vanish like vapor
  • Glen: A narrow valley
  • Axiom: An established rule or principle or a self-evident truth
  • Subterfuge: Deceit used in order to achieve one’s goal.

List of previous four words:

  • Enervate
  • Lachrymose
  • Nihilist
  • Vaunt

 

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120 Words, 30 Days, No excuses!!

This will be a long post…and no I don’t mean long sentences and paragraphs. Since one month completed with “4 Words Daily: Day 30”, I dont know if its a good idea to compile all the words and present it here. It certainly took effort and time (colder coffee turned normal!!).

Let me know your favourite words through comments, and that will make me smile.

Thank you everyone for your wishes and love.

Thanks HighHeelConfidence, Diana, Kranti, letscarpediam, Sakshi, momlifewithchiari, Fauxcroft , Madhusudan, Weeping Pines and all the other wonderful bloggers for making a constant presence in my notifications!!

P.S: If you think you’ll get bored, please keep a cup of coffee ready! Posts like this will be coming out every month.


Enervate Lachrymose Nihilist Vaunt

Diseuse Conflagration Clandestine Anomalous

Convolve Swashbuckler Doldrums Intransigent

Proletariat Filch Peregrinate Apocryphal

Prodigy Arraign Stigmatize Malfescence

Rhapsodic Tempestuous Urbane Stalwart

Pejorative Nimbus Friable Cursory

Contingent Retrench Assent Clout

Dominion Hubris Desecrate Reproach

Amortize Inchmeal Beguile Deign

Ostensible Fustigate Diffident Admonish

Abrograte Balmy Cadence Delectation

Mantic Pugnacious Simulacrum Empyrean

Emolument Troll Gumption Fortuitous

Aplomb Ideologue Nimiety Rancor

Reticent Exculpatory Benevolent Phlegmatic

Octothorpe Promulgate Transmorgify Obviate

Halcyon Pro Rata Indemnify Pulchritude

Vouchsafe Festinate Pernicious Droll

Declivity Acolyte Drivel Coerce

Mercurial Paste Saturnine Cerebrate

Gestate Attribute Indolent Prefatory

Exacerbate Indigent Epoch Wanton

Solicit Comeliness Disparge Imbroligo

Nefarious Bucolic Trite Nimiety

Luscious Tacid Intrepid Aforementioned

Ablation Tout Efficacy Brigand

Loquacity Glib Incorrigible Ocular

Ventriloquist Soliloquy Musard Obsolete

Lackadaisical Biogtry La Dolce Vita Dogma

4 Words Daily: Day 30

I thought I should pat myself on the back; for one month went by with this project. Still a dream, as I never thought I could do it, until I started. Another 11 more to go, and hopefully I will be able to with your support and love. Thanks to the WordPress Community for supporting, for likes and comments.

 

“The production of too many useful things results in too many useless people.” Karl Marx.

The words for today are:

  • Enervate: Lacking physical, mental, or moral vigor
  • Lachrymose: Given to tears or weeping: Tearful.
  • Nihilist: A viewpoint that traditional values and beliefs are unfounded and that existence is senseless and useless
    • Nihilism is a condition in which all ultimate values lose their value. —Ronald H. Nash
  • Vaunt To make a vain display of one’s own worth or attainments Brag

List of previous four words:

  • Zeppelin
  • Convolve
  • Proletariat
  • Prodigy

 

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