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1. Ingress
• The action or fact of going in or entering; the capacity or right of entrance.
• A place or means of access
• The arrival of the sun, moon, or a planet in a specified constellation or part of the sky.
Usage: Railway systems depend on easy ingress and egress at numerous points along the route.

2. Knesset
• The Knesset is the unicameral national legislature of Israel. As the legislative branch of the Israeli government, the Knesset passes all laws, elects the President and Prime Minister, approves the cabinet, and supervises the work of the government.
Usage: Let’s hope that that the increased presence of women in the new Knesset will help free us from that chauvinism once and for all

3, Anti-defection Law
• ‘Aaya Ram Gaya Ram’ was a phrase that became popular in Indian politics after a Haryana MLA Gaya Lal changed his party thrice within the same day in 1967.
• The anti-defection law sought to prevent such political defections which may be due to reward of office or other similar considerations.
• Anti-defection Law provides disqualification of members from parliament and assembly in case of defection from one party to other.

4. Coalesce
• Come together to form one mass or whole.
Usage: The puddles had coalesced into shallow streams.

5. Untenable
• Not able to be maintained or defended against attack or objection.
Usage: This argument is clearly untenable.

6. Gamification
• Gamification is the application of game-design elements and game principles in non-game contexts. It can also be defined as a set of activities and processes to solve problems by using or applying the characteristics of game elements.
Usage: If you think about your own life, I bet that you can easily find examples of gamification that have motivated you to do something.

7. Burn bridges
• To destroy one’s path, connections, reputation, opportunities
Usage: Even if you are dismissed from a job in the worst way, take care to not burn your bridges with unseemly comments on the way out.

8. Sameness
• Lack of variety, uniformity or monotony.
• The quality of being the same; identity or similarity.
Usage: There is a sameness about all the political parties.

9. Non-sequiturs
• A non sequitur is a conclusion or reply that doesn’t follow logically from the previous statement.
• A non sequitur is a conversational literary device, often used for comedic purposes. It is something said that, because of its apparent lack of meaning relative to what preceded it, seems absurd to the point of being humorous or confusing.

10. Perfunctory
• Of an action carried out without real interest, feeling, or effort.
Usage: He gave a perfunctory nod.

11. Idyll
• An extremely happy, peaceful, or picturesque period or situation, typically an idealized or unsustainable one.
• A short description in verse or prose of a picturesque scene or incident, especially in rustic life.
Usage : Born in 1901, her childhood was a happy idyll enough until World War One awakened her to reality.

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