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Daily Vocabulary Words: List of Daily Used Words in Leading Indian Newspapers
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• The Times of India
• The Economic Times
• Hindustan Times
• Mint
• Indian Express
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Word-1: Remunerative
Meaning: Providing payment for work/ it means people get paid for it.
Synonyms: Advantageous, beneficial, gainful, lucrative, profitable, useful.
Usage Examples:
1. The most remunerative choice, you fear, may not be the most meaningful and the most satisfying.
2. It’s a vast and remunerative market even with high prices.
3. An effective remunerative impellent mechanism can harmonize the target of managers with that of stock holders and make managers realize the enterprises maximized value.

Word-2: Lullaby
Meaning: A quiet song that is sung to children to help them go to sleep.
Synonyms: Berceuse, music, song, croon.
Usage Examples:
1. It was a lullaby with simple words and a complex, Oriental-sounding tune.
2. When Uncle Satchmo sings his lullaby.
3. The category includes ballad, carcl, sea shanty and lullaby.

Word-3: Euphemisms
Meaning: A word or phrase used to avoid saying an unpleasant or offensive word.
Synonyms: Circumlocution, delicacy, floridness, grandiloquence, inflation, pomposity, pretense, purism.
Usage Examples:
1. Frank lists examples of this craze for economic euphemisms with a mixture of horrified amazement and scorn.
2. Leg theory or fast leg theory were the euphemisms used.
3. No point in mincing words or hiding behind euphemisms.

Word-4: Litigious
Meaning: Too often taking arguments to a court of law for a decision, especially to win money in a lawsuit.
Synonyms: Belligerent, combative, contentious, argumentative, disputable.
Usage Examples:
1. Litigious swindling is a new act that harms the society. This act has appeared in judicial practice in recent years.
2. Emphasis on investigation or prevention or litigious supervision or legal supervision varies from people to people.
3. In order to guarantee judicial authority, raise litigious benefits and safeguard human rights, it is obviously important to emphasize the study of res judicata theory of criminal judgments.

Word-5: Ambiguous
Meaning: Having or expressing more than one possible meaning, sometimes intentionally.
Synonyms: Cryptic, dubious, enigmatic, equivocal, inconclusive, obscure, opaque, puzzling, questionable, uncertain, unclear, vague, clear as dishwater, doubtful, etc.
Usage Examples:
1. This sentence is ambiguous in sense.
2. It’s an ambiguous statement.
3. Students have ambiguous feelings about their role in the world.

Word-6: Hollering
Meaning: A very loud utterance/ to cry aloud; shout; yell.
Synonyms: Bawling, booing, cheering, hooting, jeering, yelling.
Usage Examples:
1. There was no shouting or hollering, I don’t feel we played particularly badly in the first-half.
2. And—despite all the hollering we’ve been hearing from our critics—we’re sticking to our plan to create $600 billion out of thin air.
3. The noise level intensifies. The hollering of children deepens and distends into LOW EERIE HOWLS.

Word-7: Laggard
Meaning: Someone who buys a product at a much later date than most people.
Synonyms: Dawdler, idler, lingerer, loafer, lounger, slowpoke, slow starter.
Usage Examples:
1. Mix shilly – shally laggard working way should fight stoutly.
2. The company has developed a reputation as a technological laggard in the personal-computer arena.
3. I would say the best students at Chengdu are no laggards.

Word-8: Stranglehold
Meaning: A position of complete control that prevents something from developing.
Synonyms: Grip, monopoly, restrict, suppress.
Usage Examples:
1. The new tariffs have put a stranglehold on our trade with them.
2. Anything helps us break the stranglehold of the world will ultimately bring us closer to God.
3. And another bankruptcy, involving Braniff Airlines, reminded everyone of the stranglehold the Big Eight carriers have over the domestic market.

Word-9: Spin-off
Meaning: A product that develops from another more important product.
Synonyms: Adjunct, branch, by-product, derivative, descendant, division, offspring, outgrowth, sequel.
Usage Examples:
1. We already knew films were just projected light, as a spin-off discovery from experimentation with Park Drives.
2. But the drama of a violent conflict that was caused partly by environmental factors has not had a spin-off effect for turtles.
3. Within a year of this change virtually every unionized contractor had established spin-off companies.

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