Word of the Day

Word of the Day- November 22, 2018

captious

(adjective) tending to find fault or to express criticism over unimportant issues

Sentence– The captious boy kept finding faults with all that his friends did, so everyone got exasperated and eventually stopped talking to him.

Question

Can you use another word or idiom from the previous words with this word to make a good sentence?


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11 thoughts on “Word of the Day- November 22, 2018”

  1. Maam Tarana
    My sentence
    Praya was being a captious person by discriminating between the two Children because one of them better at arranging the books in an abecadarian manner.
    Regards
    Arshia Kashyap

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