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1. Intertwine
• Twist or twine together.
Usage: A net made of cotton intertwined with other natural fibres.
• Connect or link two or more things closely.
Usage: As with most traditions, fact and fiction have become inextricably intertwined.

2. Innocuous
• Not harmful or offensive.
Usage: It was an innocuous question.

3. Milieu
• A person’s social environment.
Usage: Gregory came from the same aristocratic milieu.

4. Backslapping
• The action of slapping a person’s back in congratulation or encouragement.
• Vigorously hearty.
Usage: Those cheerful, backslapping journalists.

5. Silo
• Pit for holding grain is a structure for storing bulk materials.
• Silos are used in agriculture to store grain.
Usage: They used huge stone silos to store corn and beans.

6. Imperil
• Put at risk of being harmed, injured, or destroyed.
Usage: They advised against tax increases for fear of imperilling the recovery.

7. Limbo
• An uncertain period of awaiting a decision or resolution.
• An intermediate state or condition.
Usage: The legal battle could leave the club in limbo until next year.

8. Hark
• Used to draw attention to someone who has said or done something considered to be foolish or silly.
Usage: Hark, I hear the rumble of a thunderstorm.

9. Raison d’etre
• The most important reason or purpose for someone or something’s existence.
Usage: Seeking to shock is the catwalk’s raison d’être.

10. Incarcerate
• Imprison or confine.
Usage: Many were incarcerated during Emergency.

11. Exposition
• A comprehensive description and explanation of an idea or theory.
• Narrative exposition is the insertion of background information within a story or narrative.

12. Trifling
• Unimportant or trivial.
Usage: A trifling sum.

13. Repeal
• To revoke or withdraw formally or officially.
• A repeal is the removal or reversal of a law. There are two basic types of repeal, a repeal with a re-enactment of the repealed law, or a repeal without any replacement.
Usage: The grant was repealed by the court .

14. Ostensible
• Stated or appearing to be true, but not necessarily so.
Usage: The real dispute which lay behind the ostensible complaint
could not be verified.

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