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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).

    Orotund – Clear, Full

    Otiose – Lazy, Unemployed

    Outlandish – Alien, Exotic, Strange

    Ovation – Applause, Plaudit

    Pauperism – Poverty, Want, Need

    Paucity – Shortage, Lack

    Peccant – Bad, Corrupt, Defective

    Fiduciary – Trustful, Confident

    Plodding – Laborious, Patient

    Pleonastic – Wordy, Verbose, Superfluous

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    1. English language that I have seen so many synonyms so it is better for all of us to use the simple vocabulary than using the Hard one because it will make everyone comfortable both too the speaker n hearer

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