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Daily Vocabulary Update-
1. Iniquitous (adj)= Grossly unfair and morally wrong.
- SYNONYMS: wicked, sinful, evil, immoral, improper, dishonourable, unprincipled
- Example: An iniquitous tax collection.
2. Dire (adj)= Extremely serious or urgent.
- SYNONYMS: urgent, desperate, pressing, crying, sore, grave, serious, extreme, acute, drastic
- Example: He was in dire need of help.
3. Austere (adj) = Severe or strict in manner or attitude.
- SYNONYMS: severe, stern, strict, harsh, unfeeling, stony, steely, flinty, dour, grim, cold, frosty, frigid, icy, chilly, unemotional, unfriendly, formal, stiff, stuffy, reserved, remote, distant, aloof, forbidding, mean-looking, grave, solemn, serious, unsmiling, unsympathetic, unforgiving, uncharitable
- Example: He was an austere man, with a rigidly puritanical outlook.
4. Detrimental (adj)= Tending to cause harm.
- SYNONYMS: harmful, damaging, injurious, hurtful, inimical, deleterious, dangerous, destructive, ruinous, calamitous, disastrous, pernicious, environmentally unfriendly, ill, bad, evil, baleful, malign, corrupting, malignant, adverse, undesirable, prejudicial, unfavourable, unfortunate, counterproductive
- Example: Recent policies prove detrimental to the interests of many old people
5. Pessimistic (adj)= Tending to see the worst aspect of things or believe that the worst will happen.
- SYNONYMS: gloomy, negative, defeatist, downbeat, gloom-ridden, cynical, bleak, fatalistic, dark, black, despairing, despondent, depressed, dejected, demoralized, hopeless, melancholy, glum, lugubrious, suspicious, distrustful, doubting, alarmist
- Example: He was pessimistic about the prospects.
6. Fraudulent (adj)= Obtained, done by, or involving deception, especially criminal deception.
- SYNONYMS: deceitful, duplicitous, counterfeit, sham, bogus, cheating, underhand, cunning, crafty, sly, guileful, scheming, perfidious, treacherous, machiavellian, dissembling, disingenuous, untrustworthy, unscrupulous, unprincipled, dishonest, untruthful, lying, mendacious, insincere, false
- Example: Fraudulent share dealing.
7. Futile (adj)= Incapable of producing any useful result; pointless.
- SYNONYMS: fruitless, vain, pointless
- Example: It is futile to allocate blame for this.
8. Inherent (adj)= Existing in something as a permanent, essential, or characteristic attribute.
- SYNONYMS: intrinsic, innate, immanent, built-in, inborn, ingrained, deep-rooted
- Example: Any form of mountaineering has its inherent dangers.
9. Virtuous (adj)= Having or showing high moral standards.
- SYNONYMS: righteous, good, moral, morally correct, ethical, upright, upstanding, high-minded, right-minded, right-thinking, principled, exemplary, clean, law-abiding, lawful, irreproachable, blameless, guiltless, unimpeachable, just, honest, honourable, unbribable, incorruptible, anti-corruption
- Example: She considered herself very virtuous because she neither drank nor smoked.
10. Tempting (adj)= Appealing to or attracting someone, even if wrong or unwise.(आकर्षक)
- SYNONYMS: enticing, alluring, attractive, appealing, inviting, captivating, seductive appetizing, mouth-watering, delicious, succulent, luscious, toothsome
- Example: A tempting financial offer.
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