Word of the day : Nefarious

Posted on 18-Apr-2017


Nefarious is an adjective. Root word for nefarious is nevus which is a Latin word and it means crime.This word can be asked in one word substitution object questions in government competitive exams. 


Meaning: if something is done, which is opposite of moral law. Like a criminal activity. 


Usage of nefarious in sentence:

  1. There should be a strong law in constitution to deter nefarious designs that blocks nations progress and prosperity. 
  2. Nefarious 26/11 Mumbai attack could not weaken India.
  3. Through nefarious deed you cannot eliminate your enemies.

Synonyms : Criminal , Vilinous , wicked and henious.

 

 


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