|Atrabilious (Adjective)||Given or marked
||Since my friend has a
I don’t approach him often.
|Blitzkrieg (Noun)||A sudden and overwhelming military attack, A fast and powerful effort||
||Balakot camps was bombarded with a
blitzkrieg by the IAF which
ripe out the terror camps.
|Contrition (Noun)||The state of feeling sorry
for bad behaviour: the state of repentance.
||The defendant pled guilty to the crime and expressed heartfelt contrition for the things he had done.|
|Covenant (Noun)||An agreement, agree by lease, deed, or other legal contract.||
||There was a covenant between the
Indian government and British government
to bring down the fugitive.
|Inculcate (Verb)||To cause (something) to be learned by (someone) by repeating it again and again, to teach and impress by frequent repetitions and admonitions.||
||The candidates are inculcated with the
good habits and the importance of discipline in their training period.
|Piquant (Adjective)||Having a pleasantly sharp taste or appetizing flavour., pleasantly stimulating or exciting to the mind.||
||Gobblezz Restaurant have a secret piquant sauce that makes the dish scrumptious.|
|Plagiarize (Adjective)||To use the words or ideas of another person as if they were your own words or ideas.||
||The music director was fined for plagiarising the theme of the song.|
|Plaintive (Adjective)||Expressing suffering or sadness, sounding sad and mournful.||
cry of the wounded animal in the woods.
|Scurrilous (Adjective)||Making or spreading scandalous claims about someone with the intention of damaging their reputation.||
scurrilous attacks on
the party leader by the opposition.
|Taciturn (Adjective)||Tending to be quiet, not speaking frequently.||
taciturn young man.