20 Oct 2016

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SSC Examination Calendar for 2016-17(Tentative)

SSC has uploaded the tentative examination schedule for the year 2016-2017.We are sharing the same with you. You may download the Notice PDF from the link provided below. (Tentative Schedule For Examinations To Be Held During The Year 2016-2017).

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15 Oct 2016

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SSC Notice Regarding SSC CGL Tier 1 2016 Re-Exam and Tentative Result Date

Today SSC has issued a Notice in its official website ssc.nic.in regarding Re-exam of one shift of SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1 with Probable Date of Result (SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1) and Tier 2 expected date for SSC CGL 2016 Examination. You may Download the official Notice from the link provided below.

The Commission, due to administrative reasons, has decided to conduct a re-examination for one Shift i.e. the Second Shift (Batch-II) of the CGLE Tier-I which was held at 4.15 PM – 5.30 PM on 27.08.2016. This re-examination will be conducted only for those candidates who had actually appeared in Batch-II on 27.08.2016.The tentative date for re-examination is 27.10.2016.

The result for CGLE (Tier-I)-2016, in context of the revised schedule of the examination, is tentatively proposed to be declared on 08.11.2016 and that CGLE (Tier-II)-2016 would be tentatively held w.e.f. 30.11.2016 to 02.12.2016.

Important Dates:

SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1 Result - 08-11-2016

SSC CGL 2016 Tier 2 Tentative Dates - 30-11-2016 to 02-12-2016

Click Here to Download the official Notice from SSC.NIC.IN regarding Tier 1 Result and Tier 2 Tentative Dates.

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7 Oct 2016

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SSC CHSL(10+2) 2016 Official Notification Out

SSC has Published the Notification of SSC CHSL 2016. you may download the official notice from the link provided below.

Important dates:

Closing Date: 07.11.2016
Date of Computer Based Examination (Tier-I): 07.01.2017 o 05.02.2017
Date of Tier-II (Descriptive Paper): 09.04.2017


PA/SA: 3281
DEO: 1321
LDC: 506
Court Clerks: 26

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4 Oct 2016

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A-Z List Of Most Commonly Misspelled Words For SSC CGL Tier 2 Exam

In This Post We are sharing some Important and Most Commonly Misspelled Words In English. Every Year SSC ask 2-3 Questions Form This Part So Keeping That In Mind we are here sharing A list of Most Commonly Misspelled Words For SSC CGL TIER 2 English Exam.

Most Commonly Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘A’

  1. absence – absence, absense
  2. acceptable – acceptible
  3. accidently / accidentally – accidentaly
  4. accommodate – accommodate, accomodate
  5. achieve – acheive
  6. acknowledge – aknowledge, acknowlege
  7. acquaintance – acquaintance, acquaintence
  8. acquit – aquit
  9. acquire – adquire, aquire
  10. acreage – acerage, acrage
  11. address – adress
  12. adultery – adultary
  13. advisable – advizable or adviseable
  14. affect – effect
  15. aggression – aggression, agression
  16. alcohol – alchohol
  17. allege – allage, alege
  18. allegiance – allegience, alegiance, allegaince
  19. almost – allmost
  20. a lot – alot (this has to be split into 2 words and shouldn’t be single)
  21. amateur – amature, amatuer
  22. amend – ammend
  23. annually – annualy, anually
  24. apparent – aparent , apparant
  25. arctic – artic
  26. argument – arguement
  27. atheist – athiest
  28. average – averege , avrage
  29. awful – aweful , awfull

Most Common Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘B’

  1. because – becuase
  2. beginning – beginning
  3. becoming – becomeing
  4. believe – beleive
  5. bellwether – bellweather
  6. buoyant / buoy – bouyant, bouy
  7. burglar – burgler, buglar
  8. business – bussiness, bisness, buisness, bizness

Most Commonly Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘C’

  1. calendar – calender
  2. camouflage – camoflague , camoflage
  3. capitol – capital (here both the spellings are correct but is distinct where you use it)
  4. Caribbean – Carribean
  5. category – catagory
  6. caught – caugt , cauhgt
  7. cemetery – cematery , cemetary
  8. changeable – changable
  9. chief – cheif
  10. colleague – collegue , collaegue
  11. collectible – collectable
  12. coming – comming
  13. column – colomn, colum
  14. committed – comitted , commited
  15. concede – conceed
  16. congratulate – congrajulate, congradulate
  17. conscientious – consciencious
  18. conscious – consious , concious
  19. consensus – concensus
  20. controversy – controvorsy, contraversy
  21. coolly – cooly

Most Commonly Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘D’

  1. daiquiri – daquiri , dacquiri
  2. deceive – decieve , decive
  3. definite – definit , definate
  4. definitely – definately, defiantly , definitly
  5. desperate – desparate
  6. difference – diference, diffrence , diference
  7. dilemma – dilema
  8. disastrous – disasterous
  9. disappoint – disapoint
  10. drunkenness – drunkeness
  11. dumbbell – dumbell

Most Common Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘E’

  1. embarrass – embarass , embbarrass
  2. equipment – equiptment
  3. exceed – excede , excced
  4. exhilarate – exilerate , exhilerate
  5. existence – existance
  6. experience – experiance
  7. extreme – extreem

Most Commonly Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘F’

  1. fascinating – facinating
  2. fiery – firey
  3. fluorescent – flourescent
  4. foreign – foriegn
  5. friend – freind
  6. fulfil – fullfil

Most Common Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘G’

  1. gauge – guage
  2. grateful – greatful , gratefull
  3. guarantee – garantee, garanty , garentee
  4. guidance – guidence

Most Common Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘H’

  1. harass – harrass , haras
  2. height – heigth , heighth
  3. hierarchy – heirarchy , hirerchy
  4. hors d’oeuvres – ordeurves , hors derves
  5. humorous – humerous , humoros
  6. hygiene – hygine, hygene, hiygeine, hygeine , higeine
  7. hypocrite / hypocrisy – hipocrit , hyppocrite

Most Commonly Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘I’

  1. ignorance – ignorence
  2. imitate – imitete, immitate
  3. immediately – imediately , immedietely
  4. independent – independant
  5. indispensable – indispensible
  6. inoculate – innoculate
  7. intelligence – intelligance , intelligence

Most Commonly Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘J’

  1. judgment – judgement (there’s still an issue with this word at U.S.)
  2. jewelry – jewelery (UK: jewellery)

Most Commonly Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘K’

  1. kernel – kernal, different from homonym ‘colonel’

Most Commonly Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘L’

  1. leisure – liesure , lesure
  2. liaison – liason , lison
  3. library – liberry , libary
  4. license – lisence
  5. lightning – lightening
  6. lose – loos, loose

Most Common Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘M’

  1. maintenance – maintnance , maintainance
  2. medieval – medevil, mideval , medeval
  3. memento – momento , momentto
  4. millennium – milennium , millenium
  5. miniature – miniture
  6. minuscule – miniscule
  7. mischievous – mischevous, mischevious , mischievious
  8. misspell – misspel , mispell

Most Commonly Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘N’

  1. necessary – necessery , neccessary
  2. niece – neice
  3. neighbor – neigbor, nieghbor
  4. noticeable – noticable

Most Commonly Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘O’

  1. occasion – occassion
  2. occasionally – occassionally , occasionaly
  3. occurrence – occurence , occurrance
  4. occurred – occured
  5. omission – omision , ommision
  6. original – orignal , originel
  7. outrageous – outragous

Most Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘P’

  1. parliament – parliment
  2. pastime – pasttime, passtime
  3. perceive – percieve, perceve
  4. perseverance – perseverence, preservrance
  5. personnel – personel, personell
  6. plagiarize – plagerize
  7. playwright – playwrite, playright
  8. possession – possesion, posession
  9. potatoes – potatos
  10. precede – preceed
  11. presence – presance
  12. principle – principal
  13. privilege – priviledge, privelege
  14. professor – professer
  15. promise – promiss
  16. pronunciation – pronounciation
  17. proof – proofe, prufe
  18. prophecy – prophesy (suitable as a verb)
  19. publicly – publically

Most Commonly Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘Q’

  1. quarantine – quarentine
  2. queue – que
  3. questionnaire – questionnair, questionnaire

Most Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘R’

  1. readable – readible
  2. really – relly, realy
  3. receive – recieve
  4. receipt – reciept
  5. recommend – reccommend, recomend
  6. referred – refered
  7. reference – refrence, referance
  8. relevant – revelant, relevent
  9. religious – religius, religous
  10. repetition – repitition
  11. restaurant – restaraunt, restarant
  12. rhyme – ryme, rime
  13. rhythm – rythem, rhythm

Most Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘S’

  1. secretary – secretery, secratary
  2. seize – sieze
  3. sergeant – sargent
  4. separate – seperate
  5. similar – similer
  6. skilful – skilfull
  7. speech – speeche, speach
  8. successful – successfull, sucessful, succesful
  9. supersede – supercede
  10. surprise – surprize, surprise

Common Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘T’

  1. their – they’re, there
  2. tomatoes – tomatos, tomotoes
  3. tomorrow – tommorrow
  4. twelfth – twelth
  5. tyranny – tyrany

Commonly Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘U’

  1. underrate – underate
  2. until – untill
  3. upholstery – upholstry
  4. usable/useable – usible

Common Misspelled Words With Alphabet ‘V’

  1. vacuum – vacume, vaccuum
  2. vegetarian – vegatarian
  3. vehicle – vehical, vehicel
  4. vicious – visious

Commonly Misspelled Words With Alphabets “W, X, Y, Z”

  1. weather – wether
  2. weird – wierd
  3. welfare – welfair, wellfare
  4. whether – wether
  5. wilful – wilfull
  6. withhold – withold
  7. writing – writeing, writting
Since we rarely use letters with x, y and z, chances of being misspelled is very less.
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3 Oct 2016

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Tips and Tricks To Find The Misspelled Words In Exam

How to spell words Correctly

 Rule 1: “ I before E except after C”
This rule, designed to help us remember how to spell words such as receive and chief, seems so promising in its simplicity at first.
  • Achieve, believe, bier, brief, hygiene, grief, thief, friend, grieve, chief, fiend, patience, pierce, priest.
  • Ceiling, conceive, deceive, perceive, receipt, receive, deceit, conceit. But then things get complicated; it doesn’t work with words pronounced “ay” as in neighbor, freight, beige, sleigh, weight, vein, and weigh and there are many exceptions to the rule: either, neither, feint, foreign, forfeit, height, Ieisure, weird, seize, and seizure. Still, the rule is relatively simple and worth remembering.
Rule 2:  “ Dropping Final E”
When adding an ending to a word that ends with a silent e, drop the final e if the ending begins with a vowel:
  • Advancing
  • Surprising
However, if the ending begins with a consonant, keep the final e:
  • Advancement
  • Likeness
(However, if the silent e is preceded by another vowel, drop the e when adding any ending: argument, argued, truly.)
Exceptions: to avoid confusion and mispronunciation, the final e is kept in words such as mileage and words where the final e is preceded by a soft g or c: changeable, courageous, manageable, management, noticeable. (The word management for example, without that e after the g, would be pronounced with a hard g sound.)
Rule 3: “Dropping Final Y”
When adding an ending to a word that ends with y, change the y to I when it is preceded by a consonant.
  • Supply becomes supplies
  • Worry becomes worried
  • Merry becomes merrier
   This does not apply to the ending –ing, however.
  • Crying
  • Studying
   Nor does it apply when the final y is preceded by a vowel.
  • Obeyed
  • Saying
Rule 4: “Doubling Final Consonants”
When adding an ending to award that ends in a consonant, we double that consonant in many situations. First, we have to determine the number of syllables in the word.
Double the final consonant before adding an ending that begins with a vowel when the last syllable of the word is accented and that syllable ends in a single vowel followed by a single consonant.
  • Submit is accented on the last syllable and the final consonant is preceded by a vowel, so we double the t before adding, for instance, an – ing or –ed: submitting, submitted.
  • Flap contains only one syllable which means that it is always accented. Again, the last consonant is preceded by a vowel, so we double it before adding, for instance, an –ing or –ed: flapping, flapped. This rule does not apply to verbs that end with “x”, “w”, “v”, and “y”. consonants that cannot be doubled (such as “box” [boxing] and “snow” [snowing]).
  • Open contains two syllables and the last syllable is preceded by a single vowel, but the accent falls on the first syllable, not the last syllable, so we don’t double the n before adding an ending: opening, opened.
  • Refer contains two syllables and the accent falls on the last syllable and a single vowel precedes the final consonant, so we will double the r before adding an ending, as in referring, referral. The same would apply to begin, as in beginner, beginning.
  • Relent contains two syllables, but the final consonant is preceded by another consonant, not a vowel, so we do not double the t before adding an ending: relented, relenting.
  • Deal looks like flap (above), but the syllable ends in a consonant preceded not by a single vowel, but by two vowels, so we do not double the final I as in dealer and dealing. The same would apply, then, to despair: despairing, despaired.
Rule 5: “Adding prefixes”
Generally, adding a prefix to a word does not change its spelling. For some reason, the word misspelling is one of the most often misspelled words in English. See the material on adding prefixes in the section on Vocabulary. See, also, the section on the creation and spelling of compound Nouns and Modifiers.
  • Unnecessary, dissatisfied, disinterested, misinform

Tips to spell words correctly

  • Take the letters in the word and write a sentence with each of them. For example, you could learn to spell “arithmetic” with the sentence “A rat in the house might eat the ice cream.”
  • Proofread your work. We all get busy at some point during writing, which makes it easy to toss in a sound alike word such as reef or wreath; and you can carry on that mistake unaware that a mistake has been made…. Until later and it jumps out at you…. Then you are like, “wow, I wrote that?
  • Check compound words in a dictionary. There is really no way to know whether to write “stomachache,” “stomach ache”or“stomach aches” unless you consult a dictionary.
  • Reading books and newspapers, catalogs, billboard signs, poster in windows all aid in learning how to spell. If you find a word that is not familiar, write it down, even if all you have is paper napkin. When you go home, look up the word or words in the dictionary. The more you reference, the more you read, the better you will be at spelling.
  • It can really help to be familiar with the spelling of a few other languages, and to know that the language that the word comes from.
  • Don’t be afraid to use the dictionary. English words come from many different languages. A good dictionary can tell you where the word is from, and when you begin to learn them you will begin to recognize patterns.
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1 Oct 2016

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KD Campus Tier 2 Mock Test Series(Till Date) Download Now Pdf

Hello Friends,

In this post we are sharing practice sets of SSC CGL Tier 2 of KD Campus. many students are continuously asking  us to provide tier 2 mock tests, In this post we have shared the same for our followers. We'll Upload more sets with due time, so keep visiting again. You may download individual sets and their solutions or the entire pdf as a zip file.

Total Files : 10th to till Date  (Detailed Solutions  Provided)

Language: Bilingual (English + Hindi)

File Size : Upto 2 Mb Each pdf

Format : PDF

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30 Sep 2016

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Download IBPS CWE PO VI Prelims

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IBPS Has issues admit cards for IBPS PO Vi Prelims Exams.

Important Dates

Commencement of Call letter Download 01 – 10 – 2016
Closure of Call letter Download                 27 – 10 – 2016

Click Here to Download Admit Card of IBPS CWE PO VI Prelims.

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29 Sep 2016

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Important Vocabulary Words Used in Daily Life For SSC CGL


  1. Nudge (verb) – prompt, encourage, coax, push; prod, poke, jab.
  2. Bolster (verb) –  support, strengthen, boost, make stronger, reinforce.
  3. Flag (verb) – draw attention to; mark out, indicate, identify, point out.
  4. Legacy (noun) – footprint, achievement, feat, accomplishment; something happened in the past/something that is coming from the past.
  5. Hard nosed (adjective) – tough-minded, realistic, pragmatic, practical.
  6. Conundrum (noun) – problem, difficult question, vexed question, difficulty, dilemma.
  7. Profound  (adjective) – great, deep, extreme, acute; complex, difficult.
  8. Chaos (noun) – disorder, confusion, disarray, disorganization; disruption, confusion, havoc, furore, turmoil.
  9. Extremist (noun) – fanatic, sectarian, radical, fundamentalist, militant, partisan, activist.
  10. Fillip (noun) – stimulus, boost, encouragement, incentive, impetus, motivation; tonic, uplift, spur, goad, prod, push, prompt.
  11. Articulate (verb) – express, communicate, state, make public, announce.
  12. Signatory (noun) – the one (person/party/organisation/country) which signed an official document.
  13. Scuttle (verb) – destroy, wreak, scrap, make something fail; make something to fail intentionally.
  14. Resilience (noun)- toughness, ability to bounce back, strength, flexibility; ability to recover from tough time.
  15. Innate (adjective) – inherent, intrinsic, natural, inborn; chronic, congenital.
  16. Heed (verb) – pay attention to, take notice of, notice, take into account.
  17. Ruling (noun) – decision, pronouncement, resolution, decree; judgement, verdict.
  18. Context (noun) – circumstances, conditions, surroundings, situation, environment.
  19. Aftermath (noun) – repercussions, after-effects, by-product;  consequences, effects.
  20. Portent (verb) – omen, sign, indication, forecast, prediction.
  21. Crackdown (noun) – clampdown, getting tough, severe/stern measures, suppression, elimination.
  22. Spectrum (noun) – range, gamut, sweep, scope; ambit, compass.
  23. Bound to (adjective) – certain, sure, very likely, guaranteed
  24. Status quo (noun) – the present situation, the current state, the existing state of affairs.
  25. Purported (adjective) – claimed, professed, pretended; alleged, asserted.
  26. Thwart (verb) – stop, impede, check, block, prevent, oppose, hinder.
  27. Blunt (verb) – weaken, decrease, lessen, diminish, reduce, dull.
  28. Insurgency (noun) – rebellion, revolt, uprising, outbreak, rioting.
  29. Resentment (noun) – bitterness, indignation, hostility, dissatisfaction, hatred, resentfulness, hard/bad feelings.
  30. Envisage (verb) – foresee, predict, forecast, anticipate, expect; imagine, contemplate, visualize, envision.
  31. Predecessor (noun) – forerunner, precursor, antecedent, former.
  32. Lax (adjective) – slack, negligent, remiss, careless, inattentive; soft, liberal, non-restrictive.
  33. Relinquish (verb) – renounce, give up, give away; leave, resign from; discontinue, stop.
  34. Introspection (noun) – self-observation, brooding, self-analysis; contemplation, thoughtfulness, thinking.
  35. Empower (verb) – allow, permit, authorise, entitle; emancipate, unchain, set free.
  36. Foster (verb) – encourage, promote, endorse, stimulate, support.
  37. Vulnerable (adjective) – in danger, in peril, at risk, endangered; exposed to, wide open to, susceptible to, subject to.
  38. Humane (noun) – compassionate, kind-hearted, good-natured, civilised.
  39. Maim (verb) – injure, wound, hurt, disable, impair, disfigure, deform.
  40. Undermine (verb) – subvert, weaken, impede, diminish, hinder, damage.
  41. Mobilise (verb) –  arouse, generate, induce, cause, bring into play, prompt.
  42. Rote (noun) – without thinking, unthinking, from memory, mechanically.
  43. Defiance (noun) – resistance, opposition, confrontation; non-compliance, disobedience, dissent, subversion.
  44. Provision (noun) – facilities, services, amenities; funds, benefits.
  45. Provision for (noun) – preparations, planning, prearrangement, arrangements.
  46. Provisions (noun) – supplies, food and drink, stores.
  47. Subsume (verb) – include, absorb, cover, encompass.
  48. Redress (noun) – compensation, reparation, repayment; restitution, remedy.
  49. Redress (verb) – rectify, correct, make right, deal with, resolve, settle.
  50. Intimidation (noun) –  frightening, menacing, terrifying; threatening, harassment, oppression.
  51. Vicious (adjective) – brutal, harsh, violent, ruthless, heartless.
  52. Revamp (verb) – renovate, reconstruct, rebuild; modernize, update, renew; reorganize.
  53. Stem from (phrasal verb) – originate from, arise from, come from.
  54. Apathy (noun) – lack of interest, indifference, unresponsiveness, dispassion, unconcern.
  55. Pertinent (adjective) – relevant, appropriate, suitable.
  56. Promulgate (verb) – make known, make public, publicize, communicate.
  57. Tangible (adjective) – real, actual, substantial, well defined, clear; touchable, palpable, visible.
  58. Semblance (noun) – appearance, outward appearance, approximation, apparent form; resemblance; similarity (archaic).
  59. Reiterate (verb) – repeat, say again, restate, iterate, recapitulate.
  60. Explicit (adjective) – clear, direct, obvious; precise, exact, definite.
  61. Cognitive (adjective) – related to the mental processes (cognition) of thinking, understanding, learning, remembering.
  62. Impinge (verb) – affect, have an effect/impact on, influence, have a bearing on.
  63. Impinge (verb) – encroach on, intrude on, infringe, strike, hit, collide with.
  64. Metaphor (noun) – figure of speech, figurative expression, comparison, image, symbol.
  65. Emanate (verb) – emerge, flow, ensue, come out, arise; originate from; exude, spread out.
  66. Ramifications (noun) – consequence, result, aftermath, outcome, effect; development; outgrowth.
  67. Evasive (adjective) – avoiding, dodging, escaping, eluding.
  68. Impetus (noun) – motivation, stimulus, encouragement, inspiration, boost.
  69. Adept (adjective) – expert, skillful, proficient, talented; brilliant, outstanding, splendid.
  70. Potent (adjective) – powerful, strong, vigorous, mighty; forceful, convincing, compelling, persuasive.
  71. Persuade (verb) – convince, prompt, influence, prevail on, coax.
  72. Persuade (verb) – cause, lead, move, motivate, induce.
  73. Prejudice (noun) –  partiality, bigotry, bias, discrimination, inequity.
  74. Rebuff (verb) – reject, refuse, decline; repulse, repel, dismiss.
  75. Contend (verb) – assert, acclaim, state, pronounce, insist, argue.
  76. Contend for (verb) – compete, challenge; strive, struggle, fight.
  77. Contend with (verb) – cope with, face, deal with, take on; resist.
  78. Exploit (verb) – use, utilize, make use of, capitalize on; take advantage of.
  79. Sustainable (adjective) – maintainable, dependable, defensible.
  80. Cede (verb) – give up, surrender, concede, relinquish; handover, assign, grant (power /territory).
  81. Reinstate (verb) – restore, return to a former position, return to power, bring back, re-institute.
  82. Impending (adjective) – imminent, at hand, close, nearing, approaching, looming large, threatening.
  83. Dissident (noun) – dissenter, objector, protester, disputant; rebel, revolutionary.
  84. Grievance (noun) – complaint, criticism, objection, protestation, problem, charge.
  85. Unfold (verb) – narrate, reveal, make known, disclose.
  86. Outreach (noun) – the level/act of reaching out, activity, effort; activity, process, involvement, influence.
  87. Engulf (verb) – affect, overwhelm; inundate, overflow, flow over.
  88. Restive (adjective) – tense, restless, nervous; disorderly, out of control; rebellious.
  89. Inertia (noun) – inactivity, inaction, apathy, dullness, lethargy.
  90. Detrimental (adjective) – harmful, damaging, dangerous, disastrous, adverse, unhealthy, bad.
  91. Behest (noun) – instruction, request, wish; command, order, direction.
  92. Propriety (noun) – decorum, respectability, courtesy; etiquette, formalities, rules of conduct, standards.
  93. sheer (adjective) – utter, total, complete, thorough, absolute.
  94. Continuum (noun) – a series of things with a particular quality, but differed by minute angles.
  95. Visceral (adjective) – deep inward feelings and emotions; full of strong emotions without any logic; not intellectual, instinctive, unreasoning.
  96. Lopsided (adjective) – asymmetrical, off-centre, uneven, unequal, to one side.
  97. Objective (adjective) – impartial, unbiased, equitable, fair.
  98. Subjective (adjective) – personal, irrational, individual, instinctive, intuitive.
  99. Unequivocal (adjective) – unambiguous, unmistakable, indisputable; clear, well defined; direct, straightforward, blunt.
  100. Fallout (noun) – bad effect/result, adverse effect/result.
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