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    Esoteric:
    • Understandable only by an enlightened inner circle.
    In a sentence:
    • The Free Masons, during lodge meetings, held esoteric-based discussions; few would understand.
    Pronunciation: eh·suh·teh·ruhk
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    Amenable:
    • Open and responsive to suggestion.
    In a sentence:
    • With no job and an empty bank account, he was amenable to solutions from anyone that had advice to offer.
    Pronunciation: uh·meh·nuh·bl
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    Indelible:
    • That cannot be eliminated, forgotten, changed, or the like.
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    • The school teacher had left an indelible impact on the children; they won't soon forget her.
    Pronunciation: in·deh·li·bl
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    Risible:
    • Laughable.
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    • In the face of round after round of layoffs, the corporate slogan, “Our people are our most important product” is risible..
    Pronunciation: in·deh·li·bl
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    Cynical:
    • Believing the worst of human nature and motives.
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    • He was cynical about the presidents promise to cut taxes.
    Pronunciation: si·nuh·kl
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    Xenophobia:
    • Fear of foreigners or strangers.
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    • He was hesitant to go to the countries capital in fear of being around too many Native locals; he struggled with Xenophobia.
    Pronunciation: zee·now·fow·bee·uh
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    Camisado:
    • A military attack carried out at night.
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    • Knowing they needed to infiltrate the compound without being seen, the infantry unit decided on a camisado.
    Pronunciation: cam·i·sa·dos
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    Alacrity:
    • Eagerness, speed.
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    • The BHW marketplace seller didn't want to be ShitListed so when the client requested a refund he issued one with alacrity.
    Pronunciation: uh·la·kruh·tee
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    Insipience:
    • Lack of Wisdom; Foolishness.
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    • Many People get banned on BHW every day because of their insipience.
    Pronunciation:
    • in-sip-ee-uhns
     
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    Please dont take offended, I am suggesting you to teach words that can be easily used in regular content writing.
     
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    For the most part, I do.

    Those may be the only two hard-to-use words you can quote in this thread as most of the terms I share are easily usable.

    Occasionally, I sprinkle in more advanced words (depending on my mood) but overall aim to share words that are easy for all to use.

    Thank you for the feedback! :)
     
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    Trying to include this into my morning routine. Just think about that you learn every year 365 new words...
     
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    "Sabotage"
    • To disrupt, damage, or destroy.
    In a sentence:
    • *Come up with an example using the word in BHW context*
    Pronunciation:
    • sabətɑːʒ
     
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    sonder
    n. the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own—populated with their own ambitions, friends, routines, worries and inherited craziness—an epic story that continues invisibly around you like an anthill sprawling deep underground, with elaborate passageways to thousands of other lives that you’ll never know existed, in which you might appear only once, as an extra sipping coffee in the background, as a blur of traffic passing on the highway, as a lighted window at dusk.

    Found this little gem a while ago.
     
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    If you're able to learn a NEW word EVERY day your vocabulary will be far above most in just a years time.

    Thanks for contributing. :)

    In a sentence:

    The marketplace seller renders top-notch service to clients to avoid any possible negative reviews that would sabotage the integrity of his BST.
     
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    Preposterous:
    • Contrary to reason or common sense; utterly absurd or ridiculous.
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    • His plan to quit his job before finding another is preposterous; he was advised against it.
    Pronunciation: pruh·paa·str·uhs
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    Enervate:
    • Weaken mentally or morally.
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    • After being “laid off” three consecutive times she felt too enervated to look for another job.
    Pronunciation: en·er·vate
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    Abhor:
    • To hate, detest.
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    • John was unable to rank his site after performing SEO and began to abhor the idea of relying on organic traffic; he turned to Facebook Ads.
    Pronunciation: uhb·hor
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    I do abhor FB and the Zucker.
    He never allow me to play with his toys.

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    As a non native speaker there is no day I don't have to look after the meaning of some english words.
    Interestingly, that also applies to my own language.

    Cheers to the thread
     
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    What's your Native language?

    Also, I hope this thread has helped to familiarize you with some new, useful words. :)
     
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