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English Pronunciation - figment
Today's word is figment. This is a noun which means an invented notion. For example, you can say, Her invisible friend was just a figment of her imagination.
Daily Pronunciation - finicky
Today's word is "finicky". This is an adjective which means difficult to please. For example, you can say, "The baby was so finicky; nothing could calm her."



Daily Pronunciation - flaunt
Today's word is "flaunt". This is a verb which means to show off shamelessly. For example, you can say, "Rather than trying to help the students learn Shakespeare, the professor was simply flaunting his knowledge of the history of British literature."
English Pronunciation - fortitude
Today's word is "fortitude". This is a noun which means great mental and emotional strength. For example, you can say, "Wendy's fortitude really showed when her brother died."


 
English Pronunciation - fraudulent
Today's word is "fraudulent". This is an adjective which means deceitful. For example, you can say, "There are a lot of fraudulent offerings of financial products on the Internet."


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