Learning tough English words for GRE & CAT: 10 Revolutionary Ways for full proof learning. By S. Joshi [email protected] Jan 2011. http:// onlineclasses.nanotechbiz.org/. http :// www.wiziq.com/shivgan_joshi/classes. Contents of Plan. Existing Problems
covert = secret, clandestine, underground, concealed, hidden, furtive, undercover, surreptitious, veiled, hush-hush (informal)
rapture: ecstasy, euphoria, bliss, delight, joy, heaven, elation
vindictive= spiteful, malicious, mean, cruel, hurtful, nasty, unkind, malevolent
Unforgiving: unforgiving, revengeful, rancorous, vengeful, implacable (formal), resentful, ruthless, merciless, pitiless, bitter
Purge: elimination, removal, eradication, expulsion
vigilant = [15th century. < Latin vigilant-, present participle of vigilare "keep awake" < vigil "awake, alert"]
dove (symbol of peace)
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Duffy, as it may be otiose to relate, is a singer from Wales. Her first album sold a considerable number of copies. Her second finds her in tandem with ...
Mnemonics for otiose(Tag: ) O T use...of trivial use i.e useless....
(Tag: ) well it sounds like herd......which we know is a term used for a group , so for a crowd of people , its horde
(Mnemonics ) TUTELAGE, concentrate on the first part of the word TUTE meaning a kind of TUTOR, who KEEPS A WATCH ON YOU, a GUARDIAN.