Difficult Words : Panacea and Paradigm



Difficult Words : Panacea and Paradigm

Requirement of appropriate word for the appropriate occasion is inevitable because only with a good knowledge of words one can express the thoughts and feelings meticulously. So, this page, which contains a wide range of words arranged with along with their usages, will prove to be a ready reckoner and reference for any person who requires words at hand for appropriate use.

Paradigm (PAR uh dime) n: a model or example

Mr. King is the best teacher in the whole world. His classroom should be the paradigm for all classrooms.

In selecting her wardrobe, messy Gertude apparently used a scarecrow as her paradigm.

A paradigm is paradigmatic (PAR uh dig MAT ik).

Virtually all the cars the company produced were based on a single paradigmatic design.




Panacea (PAN uh SEE uh) n: something that cures everything

The administration seemed to believe that a tax cut would be a panacea for the country's economic ills.

Granny believed that her
Rheumatiz Medicine was a panacea. No matter what you were sick with, that was what she prescribed.



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