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Word of the day – Sleuthing

Word of the day – Sleuthing

Sleuthing defines the activity of careful investigation. It describes the effort taken to understand the hidden ideas and facts. Example: Sheela sleuthed the whole spot after the robbery happened in her office.

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Idiom – A toss- up

Idiom – A toss- up

A toss up is an idiom, that conveys uncertainty. A toss up conveys that a result that is still unclear and go either way. Usage: The trip to Ooty still remains a toss up  

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Word of the day – Ghostwriter

Word of the day – Ghostwriter

A ghost writer is a writer who writes to publish the content to credit it officially in the name of others. A ghostwriter authors books, manuscripts, scripts and many forms of content. It is a freelance profession taken up by many ...

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Word of the day – Plagiarism

Word of the day – Plagiarism

Meaning of plagiarism Plagiarism is defined as stealing the words of others without the publisher’s consent and claim as their own effort. Example: Plagiarized content will not be taken as submission of this assignment.       It is always ...

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Word of the day – Canvass

Word of the day – Canvass

Canvass means, going person to person and ask for votes/ propose ideas. Example: During elections the canvass is at peaks. Often, Canvass is confused with Canvas. The latter describes the cloth or strong fabric used for artistic purpose.

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