Daily Word List – Set 28



Hello and welcome to ExamPundit. Here is the 28th Set of Daily Word List to boost up your vocabulary.

1. Unalloyed:  completely genuine.
Example:  My best friend announced her unalloyed happiness for my engagement.
2. Vigil:  period of keeping awake during normal sleeping
hours, especially to keep watch or pray.
Example:  Part of his nightly vigil was kneeling down at the foot of his bed in prayer.
3. Wary:  caution; guarded; careful.
Example: One of
the most important lessons that parents must teach young children is to always
be wary of strangers.
4. Zest: a great
amount of enthusiasm
Example: Kate’s zest for running keeps her very active.
5. Supersede: to
replace someone or something.
Example:  In time, the features of the smartphone may supersede those of the personal
computer.
6. Surmount: to
conquer a problem or obstacle.
Example: Good
teachers encourage students to surmount
their challenges.
7. Repugnant: repulsive
or offensive
Example:  The smell was completely repugnant to the pregnant woman.
8. Desist: to stop
doing something
Example: The
document from the court orders the magazine to desist from publishing false stories about the actor.
9. Bureaucracy:  a method of business or government in which
red tape processes are used to delay action
Example:  The bureaucracy
of the legislative government is delaying the passage of much needed
educational funding.
10. Relinquish:  to give up, abandon.
Example:  If you relinquish
your right to an attorney, it could lead to some serious difficulty when you go
before the judge.



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