May 28, 2024


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New Words In English You Should Add To Your Vocabulary

Learning new things is always fun, but learning new words in English has a unique charm because you can use them in your day-to-day life. It not only increases your knowledge but also boosts your confidence while you’re in a public setting. You’ll be able to communicate more effectively and make yourself easier to comprehend due to your vast knowledge.

Here are some new words in English you can add to your vocabulary!

1. Hellacious


This term is a mashup of the words “Hell” and “cious.” Extremely strong or aggressive; impressively good; very challenging; incredibly enormous.

Example: Traffic is hellacious this time of day.

2. Fast Fashion


A design, production, and marketing strategy for apparel that focuses on giving customers access to the latest trends rapidly and affordably are known as “fast fashion.


She appears to be on a restricted budget and can only purchase fast fashion.

3. Supposably


As may be assumed, imagined, or supposed.

Example: It’s supposedly said he will win the game.

4. Hygge


A cozy quality that makes a person feel content and comfortable.

Example: Holidays are full of hygge for my family and me.

5. Long hauler


In medical terminology, it is used to refer to someone who is dealing with the repercussions of a significant illness.

Example: Young, healthy people can be long-haulers too.

6. Abnegation 


Renunciation of a doctrine or belief; Denial.

Example: Monks practice abnegation of the material aspects of human life.

7. Aggrandize


To enhance power, wealth, or status.

Example: A generous grant enabled the library to aggrandize its collection of books on tape significantly.

8. Fatuous


Devoid of intelligence.

Example: Ignoring the avalanche warnings, the fatuous skiers continued on their course.

9. Gratuitous


Uncalled for or unwarranted.

Example: The film was criticized for its gratuitous violence.

10. Iconoclast


Someone who criticizes or attacks cherished ideas and beliefs.

Example: Notorious as an iconoclast, that music critic isn’t afraid to go after sacred cows.

11. Idiosyncratic


Something peculiar to an individual.

Example: His teaching methods are idiosyncratic but successful.

12. Incumbent


A person who is currently in an official position.

Example: He defeated the incumbent governor by a large margin.

13. Inveterate



Example: He has an inveterate tendency to tell some very tall tales.

14. Libertarian


Someone who cherishes ideas of free will.

Example:  This pinpoints a fundamental weakness in the libertarian defense of a market economy.

15. Licentious


Someone promiscuous.

Example: She is a moralist who decried what she regarded as the licentious and corrupt culture of the entertainment industry.

Key takeaways 

  • Every year, dictionaries introduce new terms in English that are constantly being developed.
  • Adding new words to your repertoire is a great method to communicate well.
  • There are four categories of vocabulary: reading, speaking, listening, and writing.
  • The collection of terms above is a fantastic resource for expanding your vocabulary.

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