ullage

Stylish Word of the Day 9th July 2018

July 10, 2018 Dr. Ashok Bairi 0

Definition for Ullage the amount by which the contents fall short of filling a container, as a cask or bottle. the quantity of wine, liquor, or the like,remaining in a container that has lost part of its contents by evaporation, leakage, or use. Facebook Comments Share on: WhatsApp

BRAVURA

Stylish Word of the Day 8th July 2018

July 8, 2018 Dr. Ashok Bairi 0

Definition for bravura a display of daring; brilliant performance. Music. a florid passage or piece requiring great skill and spirit in the performer. Music. spirited; florid; brilliant (applied chiefly to vocal but occasionally to instrumental compositions). Facebook Comments Share on: WhatsApp

plantigrade

Stylish Word of the Day 7th July 2018

July 7, 2018 Dr. Ashok Bairi 0

Definition for Plantigrade Walking on the whole sole of the foot, as humans, and bears. A plantigrade animal.  Cats and many other carnivores walk upright on their toes, a stance known as digitigrade, as opposed to the plantigrade stance found in humans and bears. Kevin Hansen, Bobcat: Master of Survival, 2007 Facebook Comments Share on: WhatsApp

deb

Stylish Word of the Day 5th July 2018

July 5, 2018 Dr. Ashok Bairi 0

Definitions for debonair courteous, gracious, and having a sophisticated charm: a debonair gentleman. jaunty; carefree; sprightly.    Example: He was a tall, thin man, with gray hair swept back and a debonair ease of movement that suggested wealth, confidence, and success. Jacqueline Winspear, Pardonable Lies, 2005 Facebook Comments Share on: WhatsApp

kaf

Stylish Word of the Day 3rd July 2018

July 3, 2018 Dr. Ashok Bairi 0

Definitions for Kafkaesque marked by a senseless, disorienting, often menacing complexity: Kafkaesque bureaucracies. of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or resembling the literary work of Franz Kafka: the Kafkaesque terror of the endless interrogations. Facebook Comments Share on: WhatsApp

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Stylish Word of the Day 2nd July ’18

July 2, 2018 Dr. Ashok Bairi 0

The adjective buttery in the Middle Ages meant “containing butter”; by the18th century it acquired additional meanings “having the consistency ofbutter; smeared with butter”; and in the mid-19th century the sense “grosslyflattering, smarmy.” Butter, the noun from which buttery derives, is aborrowing of the Latin word būtȳrum “butter,” itself a borrowing from Greekboútyron “butter,” literally “cow cheese.” Būtȳrum was adopted by the WestGermanic languages, e.g., Old English butere, English butter, Dutch boter, Old High German butera, and German Butter. Buttery entered English in the14th century. Facebook Comments Share on:

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Stylish Word of the Day 1st July ’18

July 1, 2018 Dr. Ashok Bairi 0

Mind-Pop is often a word, phrase, image or sound that usually is experienced when someone is in the middle of a habitual activity that does not demand much concentration -perhaps when brushing teeth or while tying shoe lace Facebook Comments Share on: