New English Vocabularies that you can add in your Conversations.
- by Elizabeth-Assey
- May 01, 2019 16:44
Quaint – It can be used to show that you don’t approve of something, especially, an opinion, belief or way of behaving
Portent - A sign of warning that a calamity is going to happen. It also means an exceptional or wonderful person or thing.
Cognizant - Having knowledge or awareness. Being able to understand or realizing something Inimical – Acting like someone’s enemy. Being damaging, hostile and unfriendly.
Vilify – To say or to write unpleasant things about someone or something, in order to cause other people to have bad opinion of them.
Umbrage – To feel upset or annoyed usually because you feel that someone has been rude or shown no respect to you.
Evanescent - Something that lasts in short period of time then it disappears quickly and it’s forgotten
Pulchritude - It’s a way to describe a great physical beauty especially a woman’s beauty.
Incontrovertible – Something that is impossible to doubt because of being obviously true. Not open to question.
Ambivalent - Having two opposing feelings at the same time or being uncertain about how you feel. Having doubt
Noxious – Something most likely a gas that is poisonous or very harmful. Physically harmful or destructive to the mind/behavior.
Utilitarian – The system of thought that states the best action or decision in a particular situation is the one that brings most advantage to the most people.
Gratuitous – Something that is unnecessary, harmful or upsetting. Given or received without value in return