Daily Word List – Set 12

Hello and welcome to ExamPundit. Here is the 12th Set of Daily Word List.

1. Fictitious:
made up, whether for a written story, a lie or a tale.
                Example: Fashion has set fictitious
values upon slight shades of colour.
2. Impetuous:
something that moves with a lot of force, done with little thought.
                Example: He had vulnerable temper and impetuous moods.
3. Compulsion:
being forced to do something, urge to behave in a certain way.
                Example: He appeared for the exam out of compulsion.
4. Predicament:
unpleasant or difficult situation.
                Example: Suresh was going through financial predicament.
5. Devoid: lacking
or without.
                Example: His voice was devoid
of any emotion.
6. Remonstrate:
make a forcefully reproachful pro
                Example: Before I could remonstrate
on the poor working conditions, my boss fired me.
7. Waive:  give up your right to something.
       Example: Bill is going to waive his right to attorney.
8. Possession: the
state of having, owning, or controlling something.
     Example: I have no money or possessions.
9. Dejected: sad,
depressed, in low spirits.
    Example: The results of the match left
Madhav dejected.
10. Emerge: to
become more well known or more important, to come into view.
     Example: He emerged as the winner of the competition.


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