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Vocabulary of the day-
1. commotion= state of confusion or noisy disturbance.
SYNONYMS: turmoil, disorder, confusion, chaos, mayhem, havoc, pandemonium, upheaval, unrest, fracas, riot, breach of the peace, disruption, agitation, excitement, hurly-burly, hubbub, disquiet, ferment, bother, folderol, bustle, hustle and bustle.
2. ordeal= a very unpleasant and prolonged experience.
SYNONYMS: painful experience, unpleasant experience, trial, tribulation, test, nightmare, trauma, a baptism of fire, hell, hell on earth, misery, trouble, difficulty, torture, torment, agony.
3. evasive= tending to avoid commitment or self-revelation, especially by responding indirectly.
SYNONYMS: avoiding, dodging, escaping, eluding, sidestepping, cryptic, enigmatic, obscure, unclear, puzzling, perplexing, gnomic, Delphic.
4. artefacts= an object made by human being, typically one of cultural or historical interest.
SYNONYMS: historical object, ancient object, antiquity, antique, heirloom, an object of virtue, curio.
5. echelons= a level or position in an organisation, a profession or society.
SYNONYMS: level, rank, grade, step, rung, tier, stratum, plane, position, order, division, sector.
6. miscreants= a person who has done something wrong or unlawful.
SYNONYMS: criminal, the culprit, wrongdoer, malefactor, offender, villain, black hat, lawbreaker, evil-doer, convict, delinquent, sinner, transgressor, outlaw, trespasser, scoundrel, wretch, reprobate, rogue, rascal.
7. vendetta= a campaign against someone or very prolonged bitter quarrel.
SYNONYMS: a blood feud, quarrel, argument, falling-out, wrangle, clash, altercation, dispute, fight, war.
8. abet= to encourage, support or give approval usually for doing something wrong.
- SYNONYMS: assist, aid, help, lend a hand, support, back, encourage.
9. resurrect= restore to life, revive or revitalize.
SYNONYMS: raise from the dead, restore to life, bring back to life, revive, revive, restore, regenerate, revitalize, breathe new life into, give the kiss of life to, give a new lease of life to, reinvigorate, renew, resuscitate, awaken, wake up, rejuvenate, stimulate, re-establish, relaunch, reinstitute.
10. hankering= a strong desire to have or do something.
11. acrimonious= typically a speech or discussion angry and bitter.
SYNONYMS: bitter, rancorous, caustic, acerbic, scathing, sarcastic, acid, harsh, sharp, razor-edged, cutting, astringent, trenchant, mordant, virulent.
12. inebriated= make someone drunk.
SYNONYMS: drunk, intoxicated, inebriated, drunken, tipsy, the worse for a drink, under the influence.
13. bourse= a stock market in the non-English speaking country especially France.
SYNONYMS: stock exchange, money market.
14. egalitarian= believing in or based on the principle that all people are equal and deserve equal rights and opportunities.
SYNONYMS: fair, just.
15. covert= not clearly define or displayed.
SYNONYMS: secret, furtive, clandestine, surreptitious, stealthy, cloak-and-dagger, hole-and-corner, hole-in-the-corner, closet, behind-the-scenes, backstairs, back-alley, under-the-table, hugger-mugger, concealed, hidden, private.
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