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1. Burnish
• Enhance or improve; polish and make shiny.
Usage: In turn, their inventions burnished royal reputations, and many kings and princes became scholars in their own right.

2. Pique
• To make someone angry, excited, or annoyed. A feeling of irritation or resentment resulting from a slight, especially to one’s pride.
Usage: His interest piqued, he informally toured the property a few weeks later while in town for business.

3. Aggregate demand
• In macroeconomics, Aggregate Demand or Domestic Final Demand is the total demand for final goods and services in an economy at a given time.
• It is often called effective demand, though at other times this term is distinguished. This is the demand for the gross domestic product of a country.
Usage: It is generally assumed that increases in credit stimulate aggregate demand.

4. Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership
• The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership is a proposed free trade agreement between the ten member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and its five FTA partners. In November 2019, India, the sixth FTA partner, decided to opt out of the pact.

5. Polymath
• A person of great and varied learning. A polymath is an individual whose knowledge spans a significant number of subjects, known to draw on complex bodies of knowledge to solve specific problems.
Usage: Mr. Goldschneider was a brilliant but scattered polymath who completed his studies at Yale medical school but never practiced medicine and later became a concert pianist.

6. Philomath
• A philomath is a lover of learning and studying.
• Philomath is not synonymous with polymath, as a polymath is someone who possesses great and detailed knowledge and facts from a variety of disciplines, while a philomath is someone who greatly enjoys learning and studying.

7. Ergo
• Therefore.
Usage: She was the sole beneficiary of the will, ergo the prime suspect.

8. Obviate
• Remove a need or difficulty.
Usage: The presence of roller blinds obviated the need for curtains.

9. Eulogize
• To eulogize someone is to talk about how much you respect and admire them, especially as a memorial after their death. Usage: He was eulogized as a rock star.
Usage: Muhammed Ali was eulogized in a grand sports arena by, among others, a priest and an imam, a rabbi and a monk, a former United States president and a famous comedian.

10. Fearmongering
• Fearmongering or scaremongering is the spreading of frightening and exaggerated rumours of an impending danger or the habit or tactic of purposely and needlessly arousing public fear about an issue.
Usage: His campaign for re-election was based on fearmongering and deception.

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