The words or riffs or moves or notes or experience we can use to express ourselves is known as vocabulary. Here we have listed a few crucial vocabulary that we can use in our daily conversations to strengthen it.
1. Sallow: having an unnatural yellowish or pale skin color
Example: As the woman grew older, she was bothered by constant illness that made her appear sallow.
2.Celery: rapidity of motion or action. Example: Our celerity is never enough to our boss.
3.Fawn: to try to get the approval of an important or powerful person by giving that praise, special attention. Example: During the speech, everyone in the audience seemed to fawn over the speaker.
4.Jovial: indicative of or marked by high spirits or good humor. Example: John has no idea what made his mom angry one minute and jovial the next.
5.Adamant: sticking to an opinion, purpose, or course of action in spite of reason, arguments or persuasion. Example: You seemed adamant about not stealing a few minutes ago.
6.Colossal: very large or great. Example: You must think I am colossal liar.
7.Dissemble: to hide your true feelings and opinions. Example: While it was easier to dissemble my true feelings, it was really hard to express it.
8.Besiege: to surround a city or building with soldiers and try to take control of it. Example: These beggars will often besiege tourists with their pleas for money.
9.Aesthete: a person who recognizes and values beauty in art or music. Example: Because of his fondness in theatres, his dad considers him as an aesthete.
10.Fickle: Changing one’s mind constantly. Example: His fickle mind was his weapon in the relationship.