carnage n. killing many people
chagrin n. feeling disappointed due to mistake
careen v. sway from one side to another
censure v. to disapprove; to condemn as wrong
cipher n. secret code
covert adj. secret or hidden
chimerical adj. unreal; imaginary
copious adj. plenty; too much
distain n. the act of seizing goods for debt.
cardinal adj. principal, chief.
dotage n. feebleness of mind due to old age, second childhood.
diurnal adj. day time.
conjugal adj. of relation between husband & wife.
chaff n. worthless.
arrack n. strong alcoholic drink.
chary adj. cautious.
corroborate adj. to give support to a statement belief, theory.
curry n. seek favour
despondency n. hopeless, sad
compendium n. brief summary.
astute adj. wise, skilled
descant v. discuss in detail.
accede v. to agree.
abase v. to lower in position; to degrade.
appall v. shocked.
assay n. evaluation; analysis.
celerity n. speedily.
cadence n. rhythm
capacious adj. roomy
canvass v. asking for vote.
candid adj. honest
mulct n. defraud someone of something.
gambol v.i. skip playfully
fresco n. painting done in water colors on walls or ceiling, white plaster is still wet.
dicey adj. risky; uncertain.
gavel n. hammer used by judge as an order of attention.
floe n. a sheet of flowing ice.
condescend v. to come down voluntarily.
fret v. be irritated or resentful.
haggard adj. wasted away, looking exhausted.
glossy adj. smooth & shining.
imperative adj. obligatory, urgent, mandatory.
flay v.t. stripped off, peel off
goad n. pointed stick for urging cattle on.
gusty adj. windy, stormy.
grapple n,v. a grip in wrestling, hand to hand fighting.
gloat v. to look at with great satisfaction.
hollow adj. false, empty.
annihilation n. total destruction.
gait n. a way of walking , speed.
medley n. mixture.
impertinent adj. insolent, rude.
grostesque adj. repulsively distorted, laughable.
importune v. beg persistently.
flamboyant adj. showy.
horror n. fear.
incarnate adj. embodied in flesh / human, form.
envious adj. fully of envy.
hirsute adj. hairy.
ferret n. to search about.
imprecation n. to curse somebody.
anguish n. extreme pain (of mind).
flux n. continuous change/process of flowing out.
frail adj. fragile/delicate/in a weak health.
flaccid adj. hanging lose or winkled.
melee n. fight.
fissure n. a narrow opening.
gale n. windstorm, gust of wind, emotional out burst (tears).
afford v.t. to bear expenses.
garbled n. mixed up, jumbled.
flick n. a light sharp blow with a whip/ sudden movement .
garner v. to gather in a storage place.
forlorn adj. sad and abandoned or lonely.
hoist v. to lift.
ghastly adj. horrible.
blandishment n. pleasant talks/action to somebody.
altercation n. noisy quarrel.
ameliorate v. to improve, to make something better.
bellicose adj. quarrelsome.
calumny n. a false statement to defame somebody.
culinary adj. related to kitchen cooking.
cathartic adj. purgative; that causes bowels to empty; the process of releasing strong
feeling (anger, hate)
crabbed adj. peevish; irritating.
disavowal n. denial; to say that something is not true
acrimonious adj. angry and bitter.
appease v. to pacify; to relieve.
acme n. peak; highest point.
amnesia n. loss of memory.
bedizen v. adorn with showy manner.
banal adj. dull; uninteresting.
dyspepsia n. pain due to indigestion.
deranged adj. insane; stupid.
baleful adj. threatening deadly.
deride v. to ridicule.
beguile v. Mislead by cheating or tricking.
bluster n. to speak in a noisy manner.
cabal n. a group of people involve in plot.
bohemian n. unconventional and in artistic way.
bout n. a short period of intense activity.
fetter v,n. shackle for holiday prisoner.
fester v. produce irritation or cause.
adroit adj. skillful.
affluence n. wealth abundance.
aegis n. protection, support.
dilettante adj. on who is not an expert.
decimate v. to destroy a large number of proportion of.
eclectic adj. selective.
diffidence n. lack of confidence; shyness.
exculpate v. prove guiltless.
circuitous adj. roundabout.
coerce v. to compel; to force.
discord n. quarrel, disagreement.
cliche n. repeated use.
asinine adj. stupid.
allay v. to lessen; to calm.
ambivalence adj. state when not able to decide because of emotional attitude.
beatitude n. very different; unusual.
avarice adj. greed.
cajole v. to flatter.
dubious adj. doubtful.
attrition n. a gradual reduction.
disport v. to divert or a amuse.
dulcet adj. sweet sounding.
apprise v. to inform.
accord n. agreement.
augment v. to increase.
cupidity n. desire for more than one needs, covetousness.
circumspect adj. cautiously.
acclaim v. to salute with shouts or sounds of joy and approval.
certitude n. a feeling of sureness.
captious adj. quick to find fault.
abrogate v. to cancel
acclimatize v. adjust with climate
adroit adj. skillful
affront n. insult; offense
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