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Today's Words: Capitulate, Menagerie, Inimitable, Salubrious

Capitulate  To capitulate means to give in to something. If your parents refuse to raise your allowance, you might try to argue until they capitulate.  To capitulate is to surrender outright or to give in under certain terms. Either way, you’re agreeing to something you don’t really want. Menagerie  A diverse or miscellaneous group. 1. The office is a menagerie of egotists and sycophants. 2. Isadora arrived with her menagerie of admirers. 3. The whole menagerie produced just a single litter. 4. Leverich also staged "The Glass Menagerie " here. Inimitable So good or unusual as to be impossible to copy; unique. "They took the charts by storm with their inimitable style" Incapable of being imitated or copied; surpassing imitation; matchless. Very unusual or of very high quality and therefore impossible to copy: your own inimitable style/way  He was describing, in his own inimitable style/way, how to write a best-selling novel. He had an inimitable style that captured p

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  Our learned, veteran ENT expert with 41 years of experience has recently started another group for learning and understanding English words. These days, he has launched multiple groups. Where he gets so much time to handle them looks like a wonder as he also has a hectic schedule. There is no dearth of eternal learners as knowing, understanding and learning is a never-ending exercise for those having the urge to keep learning, irrespective of one's age and stage in life. So, let us be thankful for the Doctor preferring to remain anonymous and including me in the group having 300+ members almost all of them being doctors and medical practitioners.  Ending learning is also ending life: R Vijay Bhaskar Reddy, senior Advocate of Karnataka High Court heaped praise on the new group of understanding words. He is also equally appreciative of the attempts of the veteran ENT Doctor to disseminate. R Vijay Bhaskar Reddy says-"Learning is never-ending and ending learning is equal to en