Difficult Words : Pedestrian and Pejorative



Difficult Words : Pedestrian and Pejorative

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Difficult Words along with their usages, will prove to be a ready reckoner and reference for any person who requires words at hand for appropriate use.

Pejorative (pi JAWR uh tiv) adj: negative, disparaging

Hi, stupid is a pejorative greeting.

• Loudmouth is a nickname with a pejorative connotation.

• Abe's description of the college as a pretty good school was unintentionally pejorative.




Pedestrian (puh DES tree un) adj: unimaginative, banal, those who walk in the streets

• This is one of the favorite words of the people who write the SAT.

• A pedestrian is someone walking, but to be pedestrian is to be something else altogether.

• Mary Anne said the young artist's work was brilliant, but I found it to be pedestrian. I've seen better paintings in kindergarten classrooms.

• The menu was pedestrian. I had encountered each of the dishes dozens of times before.



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