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    Do You Know What These Words Mean?

    Learning Words Daily | 09 April 2019 | 9:58 am

    Every single word plays an important role in the world of language. It is impossible to learn a language without learning words of that language. For example, English language is a difficult yet easy language if one is devoted or constant to learning it. Without enriching vocabulary, it is important to learn the language. In this section, a try will be made to put up several important words every day. So keep browsing.

    Volition (noun)
    Meaning : The faculty or power of using one’s will.
    Example : Our boss has resigned. But it’s unclear if he did it on his own volition.
    Telegenic (adjective)
    Meaning : (of a person) looking or appearing attractive on television:
    Example : The producers of the show have decided that they need a more telegenic host.
    Scamper (verb)
    Meaning : run with quick light steps, especially through fear or excitement.
    Example : We were forced to scamper (run) as policemen fired tear gas at the agitating students of Chittagong University.
    Synonyms : scurry, scuttle, dart, run, rush, dash, race, sprint, hurry, hasten, make haste.
    well-being (noun)
    Meaning : the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy.
    Example : Our prime concern is the well-being of our readers.
    synonyms: welfare, health, good health, happiness, comfort, security, safety, protection, prosperity, profit, good, success, fortune, good fortune, advantage, interest, prosperousness, successfulness

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