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Vocabulary Fun Facts (English)

How many English words can you tell that end in “mt”? You would be surprised to know there is only one such word.

Can you name it? Explore the English fun facts section and learn some Basic English vocabulary words used in everyday language.

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The word inevitable means bound to happen. It is an adjective whose synonyms include unavoidable and inescapable. It can also be used as a noun or an adverb.
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“Wary” is an adjective that means being careful or cautious. Its other synonyms include alert, safe, watching out, while antonyms include negligent, careless, and rash.
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The synonyms of “perspicacious” include clever, shrewd, and wise, while the opposites are dull and stupid. It is an adjective that means having an understanding of things.
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The word derived means to obtain something. Here the medicine has been obtained from a tropical plant, and hence the appropriate word shall be derived.
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The word “parochial” is a Late English word that means confined or restricted within a border. Its synonym is small-minded, while the opposite would be open-minded.
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The word saying means an observation regarding something. Words having similar meanings include aphorism and maxim, while their opposites include challenging and disbelieving.
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These laws will impact the entire population. The word impact is a noun that means influence or a marked effect. It has been derived from the Latin word "impingere".
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Your performance exceeded everyone’s expectations. The word exceeded means to surpass or in greater number in size. It has been derived from an Old French word, "exceder".
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The word voracious means "excessively eager". It is often confused with the word veracious which means honest and truthful. It has been obtained from the Latin verb "vorare".
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Aplomb means evenness of temper. Synonyms of aplomb include confidence and self-trust, while its opposites include agitation and discomposure. This word is said to have first been used in 1818.
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