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Word
Meaning
Synonym
ABASE (verb)
to lower in esteem or value
ABASH (Verb)
embarrass
humiliate, disconcert, mortify
ABATE (Verb)
lessen in intensity
subside, diminish, decrease
ABBREVIATION (noun)
short form
abridge, shorten, contract
ABDICATE (Verb)
to give up
ABDUCTOR (noun)
kidnapper
-
ABERRANT (adj)
away from the normal
ABET (verb)
aid, encourage
ABEYANCE (noun)
suspension, adjournment
ABHOR (verb)
hate
detest, loathe, despise
ABJECT (adj)
extremely unpleasant
ABJURE (verb)
renounce upon oath
ABLUTION (noun)
-
ABNEGATE (verb)
sacrifice, renounce, self-denial
disown, negate, forswear
ABOLISH (verb)
put an end to (a practice or law) abrogate, remove, annul
ABOMINABLE (adj)
very disgusting
ABORIGINAL (adj, noun)
an original inhabitation
native, indigenous, local
ABORT (verb)
bring to an end
halt, terminate, -ify
ABORTIVE (adj)
ABOUND (verb)
ABRADE (verb)
to peel off
wear away, erode
ABRASIVE (adj)
rough in manner
biting, caustic, harsh
ABRIDGED (adj)
shortened
ABROGATE (verb)
repeal, annul, retract
degrade, cheapen, debase,
denigrate, undermine
renounce,
relinquish
abandon
deviant,
abnormal,
anomalous
encourage especially in doing
something wrong
temporarily not happening or
being used
wretched,
miserable,
hopeless
relinquish,
forswear,
repudiate
Washing as a matter of religious
rite
detestable,
loathsome,
abhorrent
failing to achieve the intended
result.

failed, unsuccessful, vain, thwarted, futile, useless, worthless,

ineffective,
ineffectual, ineffica
have in large numbers or
amounts
proliferate,
superabound,
thrive, flourish, be abundant
abbreviated,
censored,
edited
cancel or repeal (a law or an
agreement)
ABSCISSION
a cutting off by surgery
-
ABSCOND (verb)
decamp, bolt, flee
ABSOLUTE (adj)
complete or total
ABSOLVE (verb)
pardon
forgive, release, free, clear
ABSOLVE (verb)
free someone from
acquit, exculpate, exonerate
ABSTAIN (verb)
to keep away from or hold back refrain, eschew, forgo
ABSTEMIOUS (adj)
temperate, restrained
ABSTRACT
not concrete; not practical
ABSTRUSE
not easy to understand
deep, recondite, mysterious
ABUNDANCE (noun)
profusion
ABUT (verb)
to border upon
adjoin, touch, be contiguous
ABYSMAL (adj)
extremely bad
pathetic, low, wretched
ACCEDE (verb)
yield
ACCESSIBLE (adj)
ACCLAIM (verb)
greet with loud approval
hail, applaud, commend
ACCOLADES (noun)
honours
ACCOMODATING (adj)
ready to make adjustment
ACCORD (noun & verb)
agreement
ACCOST (verb)
address, greet, hail
ACCOUTREMENTS (noun)
ACCRUE (verb)
to increase or grow naturally
increase, accumulate, grow
to leave secretly especially to
avoid arrest
unreserved,
unrestricted,
dictatorial
moderate especially in eating and
drinking
abstruse,
recondite,
summary
plenitude,
wealth,
copiousness
concede,
acquiesce,
consent
able to be reached, used or
understood
approachable,
attainable,
handy
anything given or done as a sign
of appreciation or respect
obliging cooperative, helpful,
adaptable,
amenable,
pliable,
compliant,
complaisant, indulgent, cons
harmony,
understanding,
rapport
to approach and speak to
someone aggressively
pieces of equipment that you
need for a particular activity.
paraphernalia, equipment,
stuff,
apparatus,
implements,
appliances,
regalia, appurtenances.
ACERBIC (adj)
sharp (temper, tone, etc)
caustic, biting, sarcastic
ACHILLE\u2019S HEEL (noun)
a weak or vulnerable point
ACHILLES HEEL (noun)
ACME (noun)
the highest point
peak, summit, zenit
ACME (noun)
ACQUIESCE (verb)
agree
ACQUIESCE (verb)
agree, accede, assent
ACQUITTAL (noun)
ACRID (adj)
pungent
bitter, sharp, unpleasant
ACRIMONIOUS (adj)
bitter in manner, speech, etc
bitter, rancorous, fierce
ACROPHOBIA (noun)
-
ACTUATE (verb)
ACUMEN (noun)
ACUMEN (noun)
ADAGE (noun)
an old quote accepted as a truth proverb, quotation, motto
ADDLED (adj)
ADDUCE (verb)
refer to as evidence
ADEPT (adj & noun)
very skilful; skilled person
skilful, expert, clever
ADHERE (verb)
stick to; be devoted to
hold, stay, remain
weakness,
flaw,
imperfection
a person's weak or most
vulnerable point.

weak spot, weak point, weakness, vulnerable spot, shortcoming,

failing,
imperfection, flaw, defect,
the highest point of achievement
or excellence
peak,
pinnacle,
zenith,
crown, crest

comply, concur, approve, assent, admit, coincide, accord, match

to agree quietly without protest
(but also without enthusiasm)
a setting free as a result of the
judgement of a court
exoneration,
reprieval,
vindication
abnormal fear of being at a high
place
motivate (someone) to act in a
particular way

motivate, stimulate, move, drive, rouse, stir, stir up, fire, fire up, arouse

the ability to make good judgments and take quick decisions.

insight,
keenness,
penetration,
sagacity,
perspicacity

the ability to make good judgements and take quick decisions.

astuteness,
awareness,
shrewdness,
acuity,
sharpness,
cleverness,
canniness.
confused and unable to think
propely.
muddled, confused, fuddled,
befuddled,
bewildered,
dazed, dizzy, disoriented
cite, quote, name, mention,
instance, specify, identify

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