Friday, 9 June 2017

WORD of the day

Today's word is...

Pronounced - bɪˈnʌɪn/

The word comes from a Latin root benignus meaning "well born," but the implied meaning is "kind" or "pleasant"

The word 'benign',  is used to describe Someone or something that is gentle, kind, mild, or unharmful:

Synonyms: kindly, kind, warm-hearted, good-natured, friendly,
warm, affectionate, agreeable, amiable, good-humoured, genial,
congenial, cordial, approachable, tender, tender-hearted, soft-
hearted, gentle, sympathetic, compassionate, caring, considerate,

Sentence Examples :
1. She has a benign soul and wouldn't even hurt a fly.

2. it's hard to get mad at someone who has a
benign disposition.

3. She gave him a benign smile to show she supports him.

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