Let’s do some vocab-building-
It means taking delight in other people’s misfortune.
e.g. – My abusive Ex got dumped this time around, triggering a sense of schadenfreude in the pit of my stomach.
It means – a person who is self-taught and spends lots of time on-researching and learning, without the help of a mentor.
e.g.- I had potential but organizational education had ruined me. Now, I am an autodidact.
It means- your average Jane or Joe who pays the bill by doing a dead-end office job.
e.g.- The British regime might have introduced modern education in colonial India .Be that as it may, the aim was to convert the schools and colleges as factories churning pen-pushers.
It means- a small, molded cake made from flour, sugar, egg, sugar and butter and mainly available from North-Eastern France.
e.g. – “Are you visiting Commercy in NE France? How about bringing a dozen of petit Madeleine for me on your way back?”
It means- something superbly successful.
e.g.- “True Detective” Season-2 failed to manage a boffo run in the BO unlike its predecessor. Now we don’t know when the season 3 will hit the screen.
It means- energy, courage, determination, spunk etc.
e.g.- Though experience makes us wiser , it chips away some of the moxie we all used to have once upon a time..
It means- a young gun who is green behind the ears but play up as smarty-pants.
e.g.-“ I know the way of the world more than you do, you audacious whippersnapper millennial!”
It means- poorly treated expendables.
e.g.- Most of the times, the unpaid interns are used as canon-fodders in corporate alter.
It means- gossiping.
e.g.- The city bloggers’ networking events were meant for forming connections, but they have massively turned into schoomizing ground now-a-days.
It means- a state of building castle in the air, day-dreaming.
e.g. – I binge-watched Peaky Blinders throughout the weekend. And every time Cillian Murphy smiled on-screen, I lost my mind into a beautiful reverie.
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Cool words. Now the challenge is to use them all in one sentence 😎😎
Lol..that would be exasperating.
These we use commonly. Thanks for explaining real meaning.
Glad you liked it Sir. Thanks for stopping by.
Cannon fodder: also what my parents consider me when nagging relatives visit home.
I know the pain, brother. 🙂
Frankly speaking, I didn’t know of many words mentioned by you. It’s really great to know and learn some new words and add to my vocab. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for your lovely comment Neha. 🙂