Group 1: Words used for showing a state of confusion, commotion and noise
We often face situations where we are surrounded by din and commotion; there is complete chaos around us. Some of us, in fact, enjoy such a surrounding but for most, the experience is not a pleasant one. The following list of words represents the different kinds of commotions and noise you can find yourself in. Identify the contexts that might be applicable to you:
- Clamor: Any loud and continued noise; a great outcry or vociferation.
- Uproar: A state of chaos/commotion/noise.
- Fracas: A fight; disturbance of tranquility.
- Rumpus: Noisy disturbance/uproar
- Ruckus: commotion or brawl; confused, agitated noise as made by a crowd.
- Brouhaha: An overexcited response/disturbance/noise for something.
- Hullabaloo: Disturbance usually in protest.
- Racket: A loud and disturbing noise.
- Vociferation: A loud utterance; often in protest or opposition.
Group 2: Words related to sentiment of accomplishing something secretly
We all have our secrets, don't we? We sneak around, do things we are forbidden to do and then hide them to/too. For all such contexts, there is a handy list of words you can use. Go through the given list and identify the ones that you can use:
- Clandestine: Done or kept in secret, sometimes to conceal an illicit or improper purpose.
- Concealed: Hidden for some reason/motive; marked by menacing furtive secrecy.
- Disguised: Covert, having its true identity concealed
- Incognito: Without revealing one's identity; secretly, cunning, mischievous.
- Cloaked: Concealed/masked with the intent of misleading; performed or happening in secret.
- Covert: Secret or hidden; not openly practiced or engaged in or shown or avowed.
- Foxy: Marked by skill in deception.
- Furtive: Marked by secrecy and cuation; to avoid being observed.
- Asinine: Senseless, absurd
The two clusters above showcase how the method of cluster formation can be used for expanding your word-power. Use this method and your vocabulary database will surely grow exponentially.