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Simple English is the best English. So it has been wisely said that it is better to use the small (simple) words rather than big (complicated words, both in speaking and writing).

Big Words – Small Words

Malignant – Cruel, inhuman, merciless

Capricious – fickle, unpunctual, unsettled

Egress – Exit, outlet, escape

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Decree – Law, enactment, Statute

Exonerate – Pardon, forgive, set free

Sedulous – Powerful, vigorous, potent

Abominate – Hate, detest, loathe

Chagrin – Anger, displeasure, annoyance

Propitiate – Quiet, appease, pacify

Phlegmatic – Senseless, cold, dead

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