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Day1 Unconcerened/ Having no feelings/ careless Deadpan Impassive Inured Indifferent Insensate Insouciant Stoic Stolid Wooden Mechanical Pachyderm Nonchalant Poker face Apathetic Tepid Callous Halfhearted Insentient

Day2 Weak/ Lack of strength Asthenic Debilitate Enervate Infirm Invalid Feeble Frail Fragile Flaccid Flabby Emasculate Effeminate Impotent Impuissant Meager Mendicant Senile

Dotage Dilapidated Decrepitude Crumbling Ramshackle Rickety Decadent

Day3 Confused
Discombobulated Perplexed Confounded Embroil Addled Fuddle Muddle Baffled Befuddled Bemused Bamboozled Bewildered Non-plussed Discomfit Disconcert

Obfuscate Flummox Faze Fluster Boggle

Day4 Too particular/Hate approximation/ Difficult to please
Meticulous Punctilious Fastidious Fussy Finicky Queasy Picking Stickler

Exacting Hairsplitting Persnickety Niggling Painstaking Censorious Captious Quibbler Carping

Day5 Harmful/Infecting Bane Baneful Baleful Nemesis Deleterious Detrimental Nocuous Nocent Venomous Virulent Ominous Perilous Pestiferous Pestilential Pernicious Parlous Deadly Malignant Toxic Lethal Fatal Caustic Inimical Maleficent

Day6 Difficult situation
1. Deadlock

2. Standstill 3. Stalemate 4. Slough 5. Swamp 6. Predicament 7. Precarious 8. Precipice 9. Peril (Also in Harmful category) 10. Plight 11. Impasse 12. Imbroglio 13. Dire 14. Mire 15. Quagmire 16. Quandary 17. Quicksand 18. Bog 19. Morass 20. Jeopardy 21. catch-22 22. Cul-de-Sac

Day 7 To Cheat/ type of cheating
1. Fraud 2. Deceive 3. Deceit 4. Dissimulation 5. Gull 6. Guile 7. Beguile 8. Cozen,Scam,Wily,Crafty 9. Mulct 10. Hoodwink 11. Swindle 12. Bilk 13. Dupe 14. Chicanery 15. Deception 16. Artifice 17. Stratagem(Ploy/Gambit) 18. Ruse

19. Subterfuge 20. Hornswoggle 21. Diddle 22. Bunco 23. Flim-Flam 24. Fob 25. Hose 26. Gimmick

Definition
expressionless without emotion tough unconcerned no feeling carefree A person who can endure pain or hardship without showing their feelings or complaining calm / dependable

large mammal with thick skin feeling relaxed

An impassive expression that hides one's true feelings Showing or feeling no interest, enthusiasm, or concern Only slightly warm; lukewarm Showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others Incapable of feeling or understanding things

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Definition

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Definition
Something, typically poison, that causes death. exceedingly harmful. which has a harmful effect the inescapable causing harm or damage Tending to cause harm. Noxious, harmful, or poisonous. having a tendency to cause harm. poisonous/harmful Extremely severe or harmful Giving the impression that something bad or unpleasant is going to happen full of danger or risk bringing or bearing diseases Harmful or destructive to crops or livestock. having a harmful effect Full of danger or uncertainty this to u know infectious this to u know Sufficient to cause death. Causing death/deadly capable of burning, corroding, or destroying living tissue unfavourable/harmful harmful or evil in intent or effect.

Definition

unpleasent situation

dangerously likely to fall or collapse. A very steep rock face or cliff,
serious / immediate danger dangerous situation situation where no progress is possible extremly confused/complicated situation extremely serious/urgent

A stretch of swampy or boggy ground / muddy An awkward, complex, or hazardous situation A difficult situation; a practical dilemma Loose wet sand that yields easily to pressure and sucks in anything wet muddy ground An area of muddy or boggy ground. Danger of loss, harm, or failure.
A situation in which a desired outcome or solution is impossible to attain

A dead-end street

Definition
to make someone believe something which is not true

A dishonest act or statement. the act of deceiving A person who is fooled or deceived. Sly or cunning intelligence. (Chaalaaki)
charm or enchant someone in deceiptive way/ Trick trick/fraud/Skilled at gaining an advantage/Clever at achieving one's aims by indirect or deceitful methods.

Extract money from (someone) by fine or taxation / penelty
Deceive / trick a fraudlent scheme cheat or defraud Deceive / trick

The use of trickery to achieve a political, financial, or legal purpose.
action of deceiving someone / chutiya kaatna tricky, guile, craftiness a plan / scheme to outwit(defeat) someone

An action intended to deceive someone; a trick:

Deceit used in order to achieve one's goal Get the better of (someone) by cheating or deception. Cheat or swindle (someone) so as to deprive them of something swindle / cheat deceive somebody; / chutiya kaatna Deceitfully attempt to satisfy someone by making excuses / goli dena

Sentence
The man's face was deadpan, he showed no emotion at all.
His face is impassive

Twenty years in the salt mines inured the man to the discomforts of dirt and grime. indifferent to foreign affairs The blow on the back of Oscar's head rendered him insensate Sarah had a very 'insouciant' attitude toward her failed math exam
Even though the Titanic was sinking underneath them, and the passengers were frantic with fear, the band remained stoic until the end.

Dravid has a stolid personality a dull wooden sound
Elephant is a pachyderm

Although I get nervous, some people are nonchalant about giving speeches. He can tell a funny story with a poker face He was apathetic towards his parents because of the gifts he received on his birthday tepid applause

callous disregard for innocent lives.
“Now it bound him with insentient fetters, walling his soul in darkness and silence,

Sentence

Sentence

Sentence

Sentence
Alcoholism was his bane. Bane means worst problem. Karen's baneful remark about Christine's hair ruined the rest of her day. he shot a baleful glance in her direction one risks nemesis by uttering such words Pollution has a deleteriouseffect on the environment Smoking is a detriment to one's health." Poorly tuned engines can put out up to 800 times the nocuousemissions of properly maintained ones After the tornado, a band of hungry, homeless, nocent rodents overran what was left of the neighborhood's cellars. she replied with a venomous glance". "the man had a virulent snake As I I approached the volcano, I could hear its ominous rumblings 'We passed through the perilous forest of death and misery He tried to import several pestiferous beetle into the country The pestilential spray killed the bugs right away The storm was very pernicious (Destructive) in strength. "the parlous state of the economy The tumor was malignant, therefore the patient needed more serious treatment She was fatally injured due to a lethal stab to the chest" The injury proved fatal and he died the next day. Her caustic reply really hurt my feelings and my reputation The inimical police officer writes the guy a ticket / The inimical boy at school acts like a bully. She was a maleficent fairy, full of evil and deceit.

Sentence

I knew I was in a predicament when my father walked in on me fondling my blowup doll. ..

the plight of poor children
the current political impasse

the Watergate imbroglio". I had a dire weekend, because of that stupid dog! The boy was having trouble walking through the mire because the ground was wet "a legal quagmire Jim is in a quandary I accidently stepped into the quicksand After the bad storm, the roads were a bog. Behind the house the ground was morass, so it was hard to walk through

Any risk of double jeopardy is excluded in either case

Trying to find work when you're young is a catch-22 We had less traffic living on the cul-de-sac, but trouble getting in and out when the street was being repa

Sentence
In order to deceive a buyer, a used-car seller sometimes turns back the mileage counter on the car He may use deceit to reach his goal The pig cannot dissimulate because it cannot lie. Although physically smaller, the fighter used his experience and guile to win a victory. a beguiling smile

"He cozened the money out of the old man./ Fox is a wily creature. There are companies of them, who guarantee to cure anything, and skilfully mulct the sick of their last pen We will hoodwink her out of all her money, then we will throw her away like a snotty Kleenex You should be careful. This company will swindle you out of your money The realtor tried to bilk the homeowner out of his deposit." The salesman duped the customer into buying the shirt for seven times what it was worth. I would never trust anyone who used such chicanery to fool the whole town into doing his will. And with that last lie, his deception was complete It was an artifice designed of the idea of the trojan horse
tried various stratagems to get the cat into the carrier, but the feisty feline was wise to them all

Eleanor tried to think of a ruse to get Paul out of the house".

When her subterfuge was uncovered, her partners removed her from the pannel
The boy sitting next to me in math class tried to hornswoggle by looking at my answers on my test!

On the contrary, everyone diddles, cheats, and frustrates everyone else,
We flim flammed the teacher into thinking that class would be cancelled next week".

hood's cellars.

reet was being repaired.

ter on the car

sick of their last penny.

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