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List of Vocabulary Words that start with the letter “A” and their definitions.
Abase: to lower in rank, status, or reputation Abash: to make ashamed or embarrassed Abate: to reduce in intensity or degree Abdicate: to renounce or relinquish a position, right, or power Aberrant: deviating from the norm or standard Abeyance: a
List of Vocabulary Words that start with the letter “B” and their definitions.
Baffle – to confuse or frustrate someone Bail – to release someone from custody Baleful – full of hatred or malice Balky – stubborn or uncooperative Banal – lacking originality or freshness Bandy – to argue or discuss lightly or
List of Vocabulary Words that start with the letter “C” and their definitions.
cabal – a group of plotters or intriguers cachet – a seal on a letter, especially one indicating that it is private or official cacophony – a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds cajole – to persuade someone to do something
List of Vocabulary Words that start with the letter “D” and their definitions.
dais – a raised platform or stage, especially one at the front of a room dally – to waste time or act playfully or flirtatiously dank – unpleasantly damp or humid dauntless – fearless and brave debase – to lower
List of Vocabulary Words that start with the letter “E” and their definitions.
Ear: the organ of hearing and balance in humans and other vertebrates. Earnest: showing or expressing a strong desire to do something. Earth: the planet we live on. Earthquake: a sudden and violent shaking of the ground, caused by the
List of Vocabulary Words that start with the letter “F” and their definitions.
Faze: disturb the composure of; disconcert. Feasible: capable of being done or achieved. Feign: pretend to have or feel. Felicitous: well-suited or appropriate in the circumstances. Fervent: having or showing great warmth or intensity of spirit. Fervor: great warmth and
English Vocabularies List 1-10
conventional – (adj) based on or in accordance with what is generally done or believed benevolent – (adj) friendly, helpful, kind debilitate – (v) make someone weak and infirm revelation – (n) a surprising and previously unknown fact uniformity –
English Vocabularies list 11-20
prescient – (adj) having or showing knowledge of events before they take place bombastic – (adj) meant to sound important or impressive but is not sincere or meaningful mollify – (v) appease the anger or anxiety of (someone) novelty –
English Vocabularies list 21-30
candid – (adj) truthful and straightforward; (of a photograph) taken informally, not posed exonerate – (v) absolve (someone) from blame for a fault or wrongdoing unprecedented – (adj) never done or known before vindicate – (v) clear (someone) of blame
English Vocabularies list 31-40
meticulous – (adj) showing great attention to detail; very careful and precise perceptive – (adj) having or showing sensitive insight revolutionary – (adj) constituting or bringing about a major or fundamental change circumvent – (v) find a way around (an
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commendable – (adj) deserving praise politicized – (v) cause (an activity or event) to become political in character marginal – (adj) – not very important; slight or small; not included in the main part onerous – (adj) involving an amount
English Vocabularies list 51-60
diminutive – (adj) extremely or unusually small banality – (n) something that is boring or ordinary; unoriginality compassion – (n) sympathetic pity and concern for the suﬀerings or misfortunes of others detachment – (n) lack of emotion or of personal