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enthrall

enthrall (µn-thrôl“) also in·thrall (¹n-) -- tr.v. en·thralled, en·thrall·ing, en·thralls. 

1. To hold spellbound; captivate: The magic show enthralled the audience.
2. To enslave. [Middle English, to put in bondage : en-, causative pref.; see EN-1 + thrall, slave; see THRALL.] --en·thrall“ing·ly adv. --en·thrall“ment n.

Usage Example1:  Shankar Mahadevan gave an enthralling performance on the eve of Republic Day.

Usage Example2:  I was enthralled by her beautiful eyes.

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annuity

an·nu·i·tyn., pl. an·nu·i·ties. Abbr. ann. 1.a. The annual payment of an allowance or income. b. The right to receive this payment or the obligation to make this payment. 2. An investment on which one receives fixed payments for a lifetime or for a specified number of years.
[Middle English annuite, from Anglo-Norman, from Medieval Latin annuit³s, from Latin annuus, yearly, from annus, year. See at- below.]
Usage Example1:  My father bought me new bike as he received his annuity this month.
Usage Example2: One should always invest for future income, as annuity received could always be helpful.

mutilate

mutilate [ MYOOT-l-eyt ][ transitive verb ]MEANING :1. to disfigure by removing or damaging parts irreparably
2. to cut off a limb or other essential part of a bodyUSAGE EXAMPLE 1 :Terrorists mutilated the body of the journalist beyond recognition.USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :Insurance inspector could not verify the body, as it was mutilated.

guise

guise [ gahyz ][ noun, transitive verb ]MEANING :1. (n.) general outward appearance
2. (n.) pretense or semblance
3. (n.) style of dress
4. (tr. v.) to dress up as
5. (intr. v.) to appear as or be disguised asUSAGE EXAMPLE 1 :Ravana guised as a saint abducted goddess Sita.USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :One should not be in guise, rather should be true to everyone.

chary

chary [ CHAIR-ee ][ adjective ]MEANING :1. careful or cautious
2. shy or inhibited
3. choosy
4. sparing or not expending freelyUSAGE EXAMPLE 1 :Voters should be chary about whom they chose to be their representative.USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :India should be chary about who they make friends with.

Disparity

disparity [ di-SPAR-i-tee  ] [ noun ] MEANING : 1. lack of similarity2. the degree of difference3. the state of being unequal or different USAGE EXAMPLE 1 : The disparity in electricity supply among urban and rural India is huge. USAGE EXAMPLE 2 : People in India live in a democratic setup loving each other despite all disparities.

ascendancy

ascendancy [ uh'-SEN-duh'n-see ][ noun ]MEANING :1. the state of being in supremacy or dominion
2. a governing or controlling influenceUSAGE EXAMPLE 1 :The primary goal of those industrialists were to gain ascendancy over the local vendors.USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :For now Sehwag is the player in ascendancy.

platitude

plat·i·tude (pl²t“¹-t›d”, -ty›d”) n. 1. A trite or banal remark or statement, especially one expressed as if it were original or significant. See Synonyms at cliché. 2. Lack of originality; triteness. [French, from plat, flat, from Old French. See PLATE.] 
--plat”i·tu“di·nous (-t›d“n-…s, -ty›d“-) or plat”i·tu“di·nal (-t›d“n-…l, -ty›d“-) adj.--plat”i·tu“di·nous·ly adv.
Usage Example:  The insurance adviser told that the statements recorded from the victim were platitude.
Usage Example:  Doctor gave the patient assurance that he did not have mesothelioma, but the patient felt the statement to be a platitude.

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prologue

prologue [ PROH-lawg ][ noun, verb ]MEANING :1. (n.) an introductory part or preface to a literary piece or speech
2. (n.) the actor who delivers an introduction
3. (v.) to introduce withUSAGE EXAMPLE 1 :After reading the prologue, we decided that we have to buy this book at any cost.USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :The prologue by actor Amitabh Bacchan in the movie Jodha Akbar was awesome.

sullen

sullen [ SUHL-uh'n ][ adjective ]MEANING :1. sulky or silent resentment
2. somber or gloomy
3. sluggishUSAGE EXAMPLE 1 :The dancer was in a sullen mood because he tripped on the stage.USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :That patient is 27-year-old and moody, uncommunicative, sullen and rude.

travail

travail n.
1. Work, especially when arduous or involving painful effort; toil. See Synonyms at work.
2. Tribulation or agony; anguish.
 3. The labor of childbirth.
--tra·vail intr.v. tra·vailed, tra·vail·ing, tra·vails.
1. To work strenuously; toil.
2. To be in the labor of childbirth.

billets-doux

billets-doux: bil-ay-DOO\ , noun;
means:  1. A love letter. 2. Old-fashioned or jocular a love letter
Usage Example:  A billets-doux was hidden inside the bouquet of flowers.

accentuate

accentuate
Pronunciation: ac·cen·tu·ate
Meaning:
1. To pronounce with an accent or stress.
2. To stress or emphasize
3. To mark with an accent

Usage Example: He accentuated the need of new training devices in the meeting.

deft

deft [ deft ][ adjective ]MEANING :1. nimble
2. skillful and quick
3. adeptUSAGE EXAMPLE 1 :The artist created this painting with deft strokes.USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :The star of the day was Ranbeer Kapoor, who attracted the most attention with his electric blue shirt and deft dance moves.

filigree

filigree [ FIL-i-gree ][ noun, adjective, transitive verb ]MEANING :1. (n.) delicate and intricate ornamental work made from fine twisted wire of gold or silver
2. (n.) a delicate, intricate and fanciful ornamentation
3. (adj.) made of or resembling delicate and intricate ornaments
4. (tr. v.) to decorate with delicate and intricate design workUSAGE EXAMPLE 1 :He was the best goldsmith in town and had a team of jewellery designers who were experts at filigree work.USAGE EXAMPLE 2 :Each bore decoration in gold filigree, the applied wire fused with the metal beneath to form an invisible bond.
BBC, Hidden Treasure Fact Files, Dr Neil Faulkner, 5 November 2009.

can·vass (k²n“v…s)

can·vass (k²n“v…s) v. can·vassed, can·vass·ing, can·vass·es. --tr.

1. To examine carefully or discuss thoroughly; scrutinize: “The evidence had been repeatedly canvassed in Indian courts”.

2.a. To go through (a region) or go to (persons) to solicit votes or orders. b. To conduct a survey of (public opinion); poll. --intr. 1. To make a thorough examination or conduct a detailed discussion. 2. To solicit voters, orders, or opinions.

--can·vass n.
1. An examination or discussion.
2. A solicitation of votes or orders.
3. A survey of public opinion. [From obsolete canvass, to toss in a canvas sheet as punishment, from canvas.] --can“vass·er n.
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