Word of the Day

Word of the Day- July 4, 2019, Special Mention and Word Hunt

This word reminds me of the mouth watering food that I too am guilty of devouring sometimes!

Does it remind you of anything? Leave your connections below.

For contributing a word which brings back such delectable memories, let’s thank the person who contributed it. It’s none other than Saanvi Nautiyal of IV- E! Congratulations!

Keep up the good work, Saanvi! Keep reading and sharing your findings!

Now let’s dig into the Word Hunt!

If you remember there was a word uploaded earlier on the blog that was a synonym of “devour”. The child who finds the word first and leaves it in the comment section with a grammatically correct and meaningful sentence gets a special feature on the next blog post! How cool is that!

So get going! Eager to meet the winner!

But don’t forget to leave your connections with today’s word!

Keep learning! Keep growing!

29 thoughts on “Word of the Day- July 4, 2019, Special Mention and Word Hunt”

  1. Dear Ma’am Tarana,
    Thank you for the word.
    Here is my sentence-
    After my dance class, I was ravenous so I had to devour the fruit which I hated.
    Thank you
    Triana Gupta


  2. Dear ma’am Tarana
    Synonym – gobble
    My sentence is – I devoured the whole pizza as it was really delicious and full of cheese .

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  3. Dear ma’am Tarana,
    Thanks for this wonderful word of the day!
    The synonym is gobble,
    Sentence – Since Shahi paneer is my favourite dish, so I cannot wait to gobble it up whenever my mother makes it at home.
    Mehal Mohan

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  4. Dear ma’am Tarana
    The synonym is – gobbled
    My sentence is – We shouldn’t devour our food as it is not good for our health.
    Thanks ma’am
    Ayushi Gupta


  5. Dear Ma’am Tarana
    Synonym: gobble
    My sentence is: When I came home from school, I felt ravenous and gobbled up the cake left by my mother on the table.
    Arnav Singh
    V C


  6. Dear Ma’am Tarana,
    This word reminded me of the word demolish. I found this word in the book A Wet Summer Day written by Ada Bansali. Here’s my sentence :- My cousin devoured half of his burger in a single bite as he did not consume anything for five hours.
    Kirti Madan


  7. Dear ma’am tarana
    My sentence is
    After the long yoga session, I devoured the sub within a few minutes as I was hungry.
    Tanay Dutta
    V B


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