New Words of the week June 30 - July 6, 2018, include vocabulary mcqs for CSS preparation. News words of the week include vocabulary for competitive exams
the act of escorting while in transit
B. a stroke of ill fortune
C. a point that is yielded
D. the act of moving with great haste
Explanation: A barrage is something that comes quickly and heavily — as an attack of bullets or artillery, or a fast spray of words.
B. so lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness
C. of recognized authority or excellence
D. deserving or bringing disgrace or shame
marked by the appetites and passions of the body
Explanation: The noun concession comes in handy in negotiations — between countries, political parties, or even parents and their kids. Want a raise in your allowance? You may have to agree to do more chores as a concession before your parents will agree.
Explanation: A barrage is something that comes quickly and heavily — as an attack of bullets or artillery or a fast spray of words.
B. hopeless recklessness
C. something that projects from its surroundings
D. moral weakness
a rate demonstrating an absence of haste or hurry
Explanation: Acrimony is bitterness or ill will. Acrimony is a spiteful word. It sounds bitter, like acid.
clumsiness means awkwardness
grandeur means Use the noun grandeur to describe something that is splendid or magnificent.
Explanation: A referendum is an official vote on a specific issue. It's often part of a larger election.
Explanation: feeling great rapture or delight
Synonyms: enraptured, rapt, rapturous, rhapsodic joyous
full of or characterized by joy