How often do you come across words that are unfamiliar as you read? Don’t just gloss over them; take the time to look them up, and if you don’t have the time right then, write them down and look them up later.
- GARGANTUAN (ADJECTIVE):
Synonyms: massive, huge
Example: Tigers and lions have a gargantuan appetite.
- COMPLACENT (ADJECTIVE):
Synonyms: self-satisfied, self-approving
Example: You can’t afford to be complacent about security.
- SLOPPY (ADJECTIVE):
meaning: : careless
Synonyms: slapdash, slipshod
Example: We gave away a goal through sloppy defending.
- OFFENSIVE (ADJECTIVE):
Synonyms: rude, derogatory
Example : The allegations made are deeply offensive to us.
- FLAWED (ADJECTIVE):
Synonyms: defective, faulty
Example : It was absolutely a fatally flawed strategy.
6 .HUDDLE (VERB):
Synonyms: gather, throng
Example : They huddled together for ensuring warmth.
- AMBITIOUS (ADJECTIVE):
Synonyms: determined, forceful
Example : She is a typical ambitious workaholic.
- INNATE (ADJECTIVE):
Synonyms: natural, inbred
Example : Her innate capacity for organization.
- DISPENSE (VERB)
Synonyms: omit, drop
Example : Let’s dispense with the formalities, shall we?”
- BARBARIC (ADJECTIVE):
Synonyms: brutal, barbarous
Example : He carried out barbaric acts in the name of war