Let’s do some vocab-building-
It means taking delight in other people’s misfortune.
e.g. – My abusive Ex got dumped this time around, triggering a sense of schadenfreude in the pit of my stomach.
It means – a person who is self-taught and spends lots of time on-researching and learning, without the help of a mentor.
e.g.- I had potential but organizational education had ruined me. Now, I am an autodidact.
It means- your average Jane or Joe who pays the bill by doing a dead-end office job.
e.g.- The British regime might have introduced modern education in colonial India .Be that as it may, the aim was to convert the schools and colleges as factories churning pen-pushers.
It means- a small, molded cake made from flour, sugar, egg, sugar and butter and mainly available from North-Eastern France.
e.g. – “Are you visiting Commercy in NE France? How about bringing a dozen of petit Madeleine for me on your way back?”
It means- something superbly successful.
e.g.- “True Detective” Season-2 failed to manage a boffo run in the BO unlike its predecessor. Now we don’t know when the season 3 will hit the screen.
It means- energy, courage, determination, spunk etc.
e.g.- Though experience makes us wiser , it chips away some of the moxie we all used to have once upon a time..
It means- a young gun who is green behind the ears but play up as smarty-pants.
e.g.-“ I know the way of the world more than you do, you audacious whippersnapper millennial!”
It means- poorly treated expendables.
e.g.- Most of the times, the unpaid interns are used as canon-fodders in corporate alter.
It means- gossiping.
e.g.- The city bloggers’ networking events were meant for forming connections, but they have massively turned into schoomizing ground now-a-days.
It means- a state of building castle in the air, day-dreaming.
e.g. – I binge-watched Peaky Blinders throughout the weekend. And every time Cillian Murphy smiled on-screen, I lost my mind into a beautiful reverie.