New Words

For a writer, having a treasure of words is very essential so that he builds the castle of content based on the foundation of words. The right amount of words complimenting the content will not only justify the message, but also add a impact to it. Here I am presenting some new words in this blog post which I have collected after reading several articles, blogs and websites. While collecting new words,  I am taking a effort not just to improvise my vocabulary but also pass it on to other readers who might haven’t utilized or read this words. With this blog post, I am taking a stride to enhance my writing skills and present my blog posts with more better quality in future. Hope everyone likes 🙂

New words :-

Beacon –   inspiration, symbol of hope, guiding light
Fountainhead – source, fountain
Recline – Lie down
Mainstream – conventional, majority
Governance – supremacy, domination, power, authority, control
Democratizing – give something popular appeal: to make something accessible to everybody
footfall – the sound of a step of someone walking; “he heard footsteps on the porch
Nullify – invalidate, Cancel out
PAN India – Presence across nation
Subsidiaries – supplementary, additional
Streamline – make more efficient, modernize
VSAT –  Very Small Aperture Terminal
 unrivaled –  having no rival or equal
Radical – fundamental, essential
Foothold – grip
Ceaseless – continual
lackadaisical – lazy
Pioneer –
Adequate –  sufficient
Cosmopolitan – international, sophisticated
Transition –  changeover, conversion
Conducive – favorable
Consolidate  –  merge 
Juncture – stage
Spearhead – forefront, lead, head
sprawling – extensive
conglomerates – corporation
Flagship – 
the best or most important one of a group or system 
fervent – keen
Spindle – A rod or pin, tapered at one end and usually weighted at the other, on which fibers are spun by hand into thread and then wound
Usher –  accompany, guide, lead
Crux – root
Equity –   evenhandedness, justness
State of the art – high-tech
Innovator – trendsetter
Invigilator – someone who watches examination candidates to prevent cheating
Masthead – the masthead (publishing), a list, usually found on the editorial page of a newspaper or other periodical, listing the publisher, editorial board, advertising rates, etc.
Transgress – To go beyond or over (a limit or boundary); exceed or overstep
SPV –  Special purpose vehicle (or special purpose entity), a company created to meet a specific need
Proprietary  – something that is used, produced, or marketed under exclusive legal right of the inventor
Obligate – oblige, necessitate
connoisseurs – expert
salubrious – healthy, clean, hygienic
accrue – mount up, build up
Depletion – reduction
Seamlessly – flawlessly
Prototype – model
endeavor –  attempt ,  venture, undertaking
Glut –  excess , surplus
Renaissance – revival , new start, resurgence
Diaspora – scattering of language, culture, or people: a dispersion of a people, language, or culture that was formerly concentrated in one place.
Pidgin – a simplified language made up of parts of two or more languages, used as a communication tool between speakers whose native languages are different
Straitjacket – restrict somebody, to limit somebody’s freedom of action or initiative
Hitherto – up till now
Diligence – thoroughness, attentiveness
Disparate – dissimilar
Inherent – inbuilt
Imperatives – very important
Emulate – imitate
Opulent– wealthy, rich
Tandem – cycle
FMCG – Fast moving Consumers good
Earmark – allocate, assign, set aside
Deploy – install,  set up
Breach – break, violate
Hybrid –  mixture
supersede –  succeed, surpass
notion – idea, view, concept
agnostic – doubter , disbeliever
Outdistance – overtake
exacerbated – make worse
obscurity –
darkness, dimness
deterioration – worsening , decline
buoyant – floating
phenomenal – extraordinary, exceptional
flamboyant – 
showy, colorful
Brevity – briefness 
florid – extravagant  
Paucity – scarcity
elucidate – make clear
scrutinize – examine
Consensus – agreement 
Imperative – very important
monograph – A scholarly piece of writing of essay or book length on a specific, often limited subject.

Hope you like this post.

Prashant Badiger


A motivational excerpt from the life of Swami Vivekanand

You cannot believe in God unless you believe in yourself” – Swami Vivekananda”

This is a very inspirational episode from the life of Swami Vivekanand during his journey to Himalayas.

Swamiji was traveling with some monks in the Himalayas full of rough paths and long stretched roads.
There was an old man with them….He said to swamiji ‘Oh Sir, how to cross this path, I cannot walk any more, my chest will break. Swamiji said to him, ‘Look down at your feet’. The old man looked and Swamiji said “The road that is under your feet is the road that you have passed over and is the same road that you see before you;it will be soon under your feet.

Due to disbelief, ignorance, negligence we don’t take the stride to take the extra step to move towards our goal. Even though we have the determination to struggle in the path of life, we lose out our courage to strike as we don’t possess the spiritual urge and willingness to succeed. I had read this story from one of the books of swami vivekanand and this small piece of story really encouraged me. I felt this story to share among you all friends so that it gives a new lease of hope, courage, determination and faith to confront the miseries of life. The lives of great people are full of inspirations and I am looking forward to bring these stories to my readers through my blog. Come, let’s get motivated!