Word of the Day (blasé)-23JUN21

Word of the Day (blasé)-23JUN21

Today’s “Word of the Day” is “blasé” and it is an adjective meaning “indifferent to, unconcerned about, uncaring about, casual about, uninterested in, uninvolved in, unresponsive to, unenthusiastic about”.

Example Sentence: It must be accepted, to go back to the debate Charles Booth had with the Social Democratic Federation that it is “abject poverty” we are talking about; almost a sub-human level of existence of the majority of fellow Indians we cannot continue to be blasé about. Counting them would be a much-needed start to convey that each life matters.

Word of the Day (blasé)-23JUN21

This word is present in The Hindu article The state of India’s poor must be acknowledged and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Hindu

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