Word Of The Week Meme… by me!

Hi folks! Like most of the bloggers, I love participating in memes and prompts related to books and blogging. My favorite one being Top Ten Tuesdays! I’ve also decided to create a small weekly meme named Word Of The Week.

I know how much vocabulary means to each and everyone in the blogosphere. Whether you are a writer or not, you still need a pretty well developed vocab in order to express yourself perfectly. I’m a fan of fancy words and I try to keep up with the latest slang. Being a book-blogger and an avid reader I come across atleast dozens of new words every week. I note them down in my book (it’s my personal vocab builder), but it is quite hard to remember them all until I start using them often. So as a solution to this problem, I’m starting this meme ‘Word of the Week‘ (WOW) in which one can share stuff about “one” word per week.

wowEveryone is welcome to join. All I ask is that you link back to The Reading Bud on your own Word Of The Week post and add the cute logo (given at the right side). Also add your name to the Linky widget so that everyone can check out your posts and learn your words! If you don’t have a blog, just post your words in the comment section below my WOW posts. Have fun with it guys! It’s a fun way to get to learn a lot of new words and also to meet a lot of new bloggers!

Following is the general format that can be followed:

Word:

Pronunciation:

Part Of Speech:

Meaning:

Synonyms: (atleast 2)

Antonyms: (atleast 2)

Word Origin or History or a fun fact: 

It’s use in a sentence: (feel free to be creative and funny!)

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Author: Heena Rathore P.

Heena is a published writer, novel critic and the chief editor at a local publishing house. Presently she is completing her degree in English Literature while also completing courses in Psychology from various international universities such as Yale University. She is a recipient of 2k20 Influential Women Award (Literature) and Top 100 Debut Novels By Indian Authors 2019. She is also a member of the Indian Author’s Association. Her works include Deceived, her debut novel, Life In Reverse: Big Bang Of Non-Fiction (co-author) and Pandemic, a collection of short stories (releasing by the end of 2020)

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