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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

    Enmesh – Entangle, Net, Trap

    Enfranchise – Free, Liberate, Release

    Effluvium – Smell, Stench, Stink

    Enviable – Happy, Pleasant, Desirable

    Expostulation – Objection, Protest

    Exiguous – Small, Slim, Slender

    Entrée – Entrance, Admission

    Epoch – Age, Era, Time

    Emulation – Competition, Rivalry, Strike

    Effusion – Discharge, Emission, Waste

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    1. the spelling of effluvium is wrong. There isn’t any word as EFFUVIUM..its EFFLUVIUM and not ‘EFFUVIUM’.

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