Word of the Day (ad nauseam)-23JAN21

Word of the Day (ad nauseam)-23JAN21

Today’s “Word of the Day” is ad nauseam and it is an adverb meaning “repeatedly, frequently, often, many times, again and again (ad nauseam is a Latin term, literally meaning ‘to sickness or to nausea’; to do something (e.g. argument, discussion, etc.) continuously/repeatedly to the point of nausea/sickness)“.

Example Sentence: Already, the Shiv Sena’s alliance with the Congress and NCP to form the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government under Uddhav has led to estranged (alienated) ally BJP going hammer and tongs at it over dilution of the Hindutva agenda. For instance, copies of a calendar in Urdu printed by Shiv Sena functionaries have been circulated ad nauseum on social media as an example of the Sena’s political opportunism.

Word of the Day (ad nauseam)-23JAN21

This word is present in news18 article Ahead of BMC Polls, Shiv Sena Hoping to Butter up Gujarati Voters with Jalebi-Fafda Strategy, and click here to read it.

Courtesy: www.news18.com

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