Improving your vocabulary and word power is no longer a herculean task. With constant effort and consistency, one can easily improve their word power and enhance their communication skills.
Here is a way to improve your vocabulary. Check out the words for the day and a small quiz to push yourself to improve your word power.
Meaning: insolent or impertinent behaviour
Example: On the whole, however, he carries the reader with him by sheer effrontery.
Meaning: a person who advocates or supports the principle of equality for all people
Example: We are arguing for a fairer, more egalitarian society.
Meaning: outstandingly bad; shocking
Example: I am not so egregious a mathematician as you are.
Meaning: fluent or persuasive speaking or writing
Example: But he maintains that eloquence and writings are unperishable monuments.
Put your thinking cap on and try to answer the following questions to understand how much you have grasped.
- Can you think of 5 antonyms for the word Egregious?
- Can you use the word Effrontery and come up with another sentence?
Watch out for this space for your weekly update on improving word power.
(Definitions and examples are from Oxford Languages)