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WORD OF THE DAY

 

Punctilious (Adj.)

Means: 1) precise in behavior, 2) attentive to formality or etiquette.

Punctiliously (adv)., Punctiliousness (n)

Examples:

The TMOD is known for his punctiliousness in handling the speeches and various roles.

The Toastmasters International manuals insisted upon the punctilious execution of its recommendations.

The mentors in our club are following up punctiliously that the newly joined toastmasters would make it up the stairs.

Our Vice Presidents were very punctilious about putting together the clubs news letter model.

We are punctilious about keeping our desk clean and clear of garbage.

( Courtesy: TM Rajashekaran)

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Word of the day: SEDULOUS

Meaning: Assiduous, hardworking, zealous, active, tireless

v Showing dedication and diligence

v Involving or accomplished with careful perseverance

v Persevering and constant in effort or application

Sentences:

The sedulous craftsmanship was evident in the intricately carved and in all of its finely fitted

If you will do all your homework sedulously this week, I will take you out for a movie.

Radhika was known to her teachers as a quiet and sedulous girl.

TM Raveendran Nambiath is sedulous in planning the club activities and TM achievements to ensure that our club gets 10 DCP pints.
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Consummate (Adj) Means: complete, perfect, fully skilled.
Consummation (n)
Consummating (v)

Examples: He was a consummate speaker, taking every opportunity to thrill the audience.

Only in eternity will love give a perfect consummation to our knowledge.

Speaking, singing, acting or hosting events, Khimji Toastmasters are consummate entertainers.

A QUOTE BY RALPH WALDO EMERSON

All great speakers were bad speakers at first. Stumping it through England for seven years made Cobden a consummate debater.

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INSTILL: verb (instils, instilling, instilled)

Gradually but firmly establish (an idea or attitude) in a personís mind: the moral values her parents hadinstilled into her

Put (a substance) into something in the form of liquid drops: she was told how to instil eye drops

Toastmaster club sessions instill confidence in its members

Origin:

From Latin instillare, from in-'into' + stillare 'to drop' (from stilla 'a drop')

Word of the Day : Stupendous (Adj) [informed by TM R Anilkumar]
Stupendous(Adj.)

Means: Impressive, especially greater or better than you expect
The stupendous effort of our Toast Masters in completing their CC and CL in short period is high appreciable
Stupendously(Adv.)
All speakers have performed stupendously.

Word Master: TM L.Nayak
Effulgent (Adj) , Effulgence (Noun).
Meaning: Literally Radiant, A brilliant radiance, splendorous, incandescent, dazzling, lustrous.

My dear Effulgent Khimji Toast Masters, I am sending the word for the day well in advance
I an sure you will not only love this word but also use this Effulgently during & after the session

Word Master: CC Raveendran

Word of the day: " FLAM-BOY-ANT"  Flaboyance/ flamboyancy ( Noun), Flamboyantly

Meaning-  Striking bold or brilliant, showy, very easily noticed,  etc
Acting in a  loud , confident way

Ex:Flamboyant colours
The flamboyant idol of international society
Flamboyant speeches

Quote: Every good act is charity: Mahomet
Proverb: Speech is silver; silence id gold


Word Master: ACB Srikumar Pai

Word of the day: " ELUCIDATE" verb  make clear, explain, Elucidation ( n)

Ex: If you have not understood my plan; I shall elucidate it

Quote: Anger is one short of danger
Proverb: A soft fire makes a sweet matt


Word Master: TM Sita Laxmi

Word of the day: " METICULOUS" Adj;  Meticulously ( adv); Meticulousness ( n)

Meaning-   Taking or showing extreme care about minute details ; precise;  through

The presentation was very meticulous
The speech was meticulously prepared
She has always been so meticulous about her appearance

Quote: People ask for criticism. But they want praise
Proverb: Good fences make good neighbours


Word Master: CC Shreeraman

Date: 18/11/2009

Word of the day: " ARDENT"

Meaning-   characterized by intense emotion, strong entusiasm

I am an ardent lover of Brazilian football

Toastmasters are ardent proponents of public speaking skills

Quote:
A great leader's courage to fuillfill his vision comes form passion , not form position- John Maxwell


Word Master:

Date:

Word of the day: " ZEST"

Meaning-   Something added to give flavour, an enjoyably exciting quality, enthusiasm

Synonyms: taste, savour, relish, zeal, eagerness, kick

Zestful ( adj), zestfulness ( noun), zestfully ( adverb)

Example:
Do not fail to visit that hotel. You get many items with zestful flavour

Proverb: Beauty may open doors but only virtue enters
 

Quote:
 


Word Master: TM Sunilkumar Ravi

Date: 21.10.2009

Word of the day: " CACOPHONY"

Meaning-   A DISCORDANT AND MEANINGLESS MIXTURE OF SOUNDS

Example:
I heard a cacophony of horns during the traffic jam

Proverb:
 

Quote:
1.As you talk the talk, walk the walk you talked


Word Master: CC Jinachandran

Date: 14.10.2009

Word of the day: " FERVOUR"

Meaning-   Warmth and earnestness of feeling, passion, zeal

Example:
Mr.Toastmaster of the day presented the session with great fervour and all the member enjoyed an enlivened session
TM Nanthakumar delivered his landmark speech with great fervour

Proverb:
1.A friend's eye is a good mirror- irish proverb

Quote:
1.Let us always meet each other with smiloe; for smile is the begining of love- Mother Theresa
Word Master: CTM Raveendran

Date: 02.09.2009

Word of the day: " ASSIDUOUS"  ( Adj), Assidiously ( adv)

Meaning-   done with constant and careful attention
continuous, tireless, persistent, unceasing
studious and diligent at task

Example:
A s  a member of parliament, he worked assidiously to get the bill passed.
Let us work assiduously to realize our long cherished dreams in public speaking

Proverb:
1.If you want happiness for a year, inherit fortune; if you want happiness for a  lifetime, help someone else

Quote:
1.There is only one person who could ever make you happy, and that person is you- David burns
2. Happiness is contagious, start the epidemic today


Word Master: CTM Raveendran

Date: 02.09.2009

Word of the day: " ASSIDUOUS"  ( Adj), Assidiously ( adv)

Meaning-   done with constant and careful attention
continuous, tireless, persistent, unceasing
studious and diligent at task

Example:
A s  a member of parliament, he worked assidiously to get the bill passed.
Let us work assiduously to realize our long cherished dreams in public speaking

Proverb:
1.If you want happiness for a year, inherit fortune; if you want happiness for a  lifetime, help someone else

Quote:
1.There is only one person who could ever make you happy, and that person is you- David burns
2. Happiness is contagious, start the epidemic today


Word Master: CC Nanthakumar.N

Date: 26.08.2009

Word of the day: " ACCOMPLISH"

Meaning-   TO BRING ABOUT( A RESULT)  A RESULT
to bring to completion( Fulfill )
To succeed in reaching

Example:
We have much to accomplish today
Our workers can accomplish the job in an hour

Proverb:
1.Who lies for you will lie against you.- Bosnian proverb

Quote:
1.A lie may take care of the present, but it has no future.

Word Master: DTM George Thomas

Date: 19.08.2009

Word of the day: " OBSERVANT" , Observance is Noun, Observe is verb

Meaning- Mindful, Watchful, Carefult

Example:
His observant eyes penetrated into secret and brought for all the hidden facts
Observant people can reach to meaningful conclusions very fast

Proverb:
1."Hope for the best and prepare for the wiorst

Quote:
1.Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other- Abrahm Lincon


Word Master: TM Sreeraman

Date: 12.08.2009

Word of the day: " SEDULOUS" (Adj))

Meaning-  Involving or accomplished with careful perseverance, Diligent in application or pursuit

Example:
Titanic is an example of sedulous craftsmanship
Toastmasters are sedulous students of public speaking
He approached his daily piano practice with sedulity


Word Master: TM Govind Negi

Date: 05.08.2009

Word of the day: " ELATED" (Adj))

Meaning-  Extreme happiness, very happy, jubilant

Example:
Her success elated the family
We were elated to learn that our daughter had won first prize


Word Master: TM Naseema Saifudheen

Date: 29.07.2009

Word of the day: " PALMARY" (Adj))

Meaning-  outstanding, praiseworthy, excellent

Example:
Louis Pasteur made palmary contributions in the field of immunology

Proverb:
1."A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step"

Quote:
1." A winner is someone who is able to hold firm onto the principle of life, even when the darkest moment strikes


Word Master: ACB Ninan Thomas

Date: 22.07.2009

Word of the day: " FASTIDIOUS" (n)

Fastidiously ( adverb), Fastidiousness ( noun)

Meaning-  hard to please, critical, demanding, giving careful attention to detail

Example:
He is a fastidious and incisive intellect
She is fastidious about personal cleanliness


Word Master: ATM  /CL Srikumar Pai.L

Date: 01.07.2009

Word of the day: " BLISS" (n)

Bilissful ( Adj), Blissfully ( adv)

Meaning-  Perfect happiness, Great joy

Example:
1Wish you a blissful and prosperous married life

2.His marriage life is full of bliss

3.Hr completed his exam blissfull

Proverb:
1."Fools make feasts and wise men eat them" ( Wise men take the advantages of the efforts by fools )

Quote:
1." A Light heart lives long"- Shakesphere

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