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How often are you able to recall a word that you have learnt and use it effectively in your speech? How easy has it been for you to recall the SAT words that you have learnt? Well, the answer is pretty much ‘not easy’. Remembering the words you learn is not as easy as it sounds, although one can...

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Acrid – it means sharp or pungent

The origin of this word can be seen in 1712 with its meaning derived from the Latin word ‘acer’ meaning sharp. Here are some examples on how you can use this word.

  1. Garlic has an acrid smell that many people do not like.
  2. The two brothers have acrid relatio...

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Here is the definition of entourage:

definition of entourage

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Here is the definition of whistleblower:

definition of whistleblower

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Here is the definition of euphemism:

definition of euphemism

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