word of the day
Efficacious Efficacious adj. Successful in producing a desired or intended result; effective. “We are praying that the doctors are able to provide efficacious treatment for this new patient.” Instead of using effective use efficacious.
Inveterate inˈvedərət/ adjective having a particular habit, activity, or interest that is long-established and unlikely to change. Basically it was determined that his life will remain the same because he has some inveterate habits that are intolerable. Instead of saying some one is “stuck in their ways” say they are inveterate
fiducial fi-DOO-shuhl , noun; 1. Based on or having trust: fiducial dependence upon God. People often wondered why she would not leave her position but after the promotion they saw that it was because of the fiducial faith she has in God.
Divergence Divergence n. (1) A difference or conflict in opinions, interests, wishes, etc They were unable to come to a conclusion about the project because of the divergence between the leaders from conception till now. Instead of using difference say divergence.
mendacious men-DAY-shuhs , adjective; 1. Given to deception or falsehood; lying; untruthful; as, a mendacious person. 2. False; untrue; as, a mendacious statement. “Because he has such a mendacious reputation, no one believed he went to Paris.” So instead of saying untruthful use mendacious