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Re: improve vocabulary - June 20th, 2006

1. Have an exuberant and rupturous New Year..!!!

2. Raja Harischandra was known for his voracity.

3. Decorous Balu is known for his ribald head.

4. M. Schum is fastidious than Montoyo in that race.

5. He acquiesced to the proposal after a great commotion.

6. These are copious ! All are copied from the original.

7. Last decadence was excellent for the company. The whole ten years company was nourishing in all aspects.

8. The criminals were expatiated to Andaman Islands earlier.
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1. rapturous - great pleassure or enthusiasm
rupturous - burst

2. voracious - gluttonous, ravenous
veracious - truthful by nature

3. decorous - dignified behaviour
ribald - disrespectively humorous; obscene

4. fastidious - meticulous; punctillious (doesn't have any connection with fast (not fastness, which means stronghold)

5. No one can acquiesce (silently agree) with a commotion (noisy disturbance)

6. copious - abundance (no relation with copy)

7. decadence - moral or cultural decline (its not decade)

8. expatiate - to elaborate
expatriate - to exile; to banish
expiate - to make amends for; atone
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