Back in 2017, Shashi Tharoor gained the attention of Twitteratis by mentioning the word  ‘farrago’ in one of his tweets. Ever since, he has been baffling the netizens with his witty use of an unique vocabulary that only a few can understand at first.

No matter how big of a Grammar Nazi you are, you will very easily lose it to Tharoor when it comes to playing with words. 

In fact, every time Tharoor tweets something, the whole of India is rummaging through the pages of a dictionary or scrolling Google to find the meaning of the words he used. In no time, he starts to trend on Twitter because of his exceptional vocabulary which leaves the audience flabbergasted.

It can be said that when it comes to vocabulary and diction, Shashi Tharoor is the English professor we all need!

Surprisingly, the Congress MP is more famous as an English professor than as a politician on the internet. And why not, he never fails to amuse us with his extraordinary knowledge of English Language and quirky remarks.

It is no lie that he is majorly followed on social media because of his understanding of the English language and people deliberately wait for the day when Tharoor would be tweeting some new words to learn.

So, if you want to boast in front of your friends using ‘Tharoorian’ vocabulary, then have a look below at some of the most unique words used by Shashi Tharoor, which you can use in your daily conversations to look cool and sophisticated.

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Now that you have learned these words, we hope that you use them in your daily conversations and leave your friends awestruck! Or should we say Tharoorstruck? 

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Sources: India Today, Times of India, Financial Express

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