Word of the Day (willy-nilly)-23MAY21

Word of the Day (willy-nilly)-23MAY21

Today’s “Word of the Day” is willy-nilly and it is an adverb meaning “it describes something that is done quickly and carelessly without much thought or planning; haphazardly, aimlessly, erratically, randomly”.

Example Sentence: Reporting on the CPI(M) in Kerala willy-nilly puts reporters in a spot when the leaders start wondering why a particular issue, a controversy or development was treated by the media in a certain way.

Word of the Day (willy-nilly)-23MAY21

This word is present in The Hindu article The way the CPI(M) works and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Hindu

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