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Aberrant Alacrity Anomaly Approbation Assuage Audacious Capricious Censure Chicanery Connoisseur Discordant Disparate Eloquent Enervate Ennui Equivocate Exculpate Exigent Filibuster Ingenuous Inured Irascible Laud Magnanimity Martial Mundane Nascent Nebulous Neologism
adj noun noun noun verb adj adj verb noun noun adj adj adj verb noun verb verb adj noun adj adj adj verb noun adj adj adj adj noun
deviating from the norm eager and enthusiastic willingness deviation from the normal order, form, or rule; abnormality an expression of approval or praise to ease or lessen; to appease or pacify daring and fearless; recklessly bold inclined to change one’s mind impulsively; erratic; unpredictable to criticize severely; to officially rebuke trickery or subterfuge an informed and astute judge in matters of taste; expert conflicting; dissonant or harsh in sound Fundamentally distinct or dissimilar well-spoken; expressive; articulate to weaken; to reduce in vitality dissatisfaction and restlessness resulting from boredom or apathy to use ambiguous language with a deceptive intent exonerate; to clear of blame urgent; pressing; requiring immediate action or attention intentional obstruction, esp. using prolonged speechmaking to delay legislative action artless; frank and candid; lacking in sophistication accustomed to accepting something undesirable easily angered; prone to temperamental outbursts to praise highly the quality of being generously noble in mind and heart, esp. in forgiving associated with war and the armed forces of the world; typical of or concerned with the ordinary coming into being; in early developmental stages vague; cloudy; lacking clearly defined form a new word, expression, or usage; the creation or
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Noxious Obtuse Obviate Onerous Parody Perennial Perfunctory Prattle Prescience Prevaricate Refute Relegate Solicitous Sporadic Static Stupefy Tortuous Truculent Voracious Waver
adj adj verb adj noun adj adj verb noun verb verb verb adj adj adj verb adj adj adj verb
use of new words or senses harmful; injurious lacking sharpness of intellect; not clear or precise in thought or expression to anticipate and make unnecessary troubling; burdensome a humorous imitation intended for ridicule or comic effect, esp. in literature and art recurrent through the year or many years; happening repeatedly cursory; done without care or interest to babble meaninglessly; to talk in an empty and idle manner foreknowledge of events; knowing of events prior to their occurring to deliberately avoid the truth; to mislead to disprove; to successfully argue against to forcibly assign, esp. to a lower place or position concerned and attentive; eager occurring only occasionally, or in scattered instances not moving, active, or in motion; at rest to stun, baffle, or amaze winding; twisting; excessively complicated fierce and cruel; eager to fight having an insatiable appetite for an activity or pursuit; ravenous to move to and fro; to sway; to be unsettled in opinion
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abscond ameliorate arduous ascetic austere axiom axiomatic bucolic canonical contentious convoluted culpable disabuse eclectic effrontery ephemeral erudite eulogy extemporaneous facetious fulminate hyperbole lucid oscillation paean penurious perfidy pernicious perspicacious pious
verb verb adj noun adj noun adj adj adj adj adj adj verb adj noun adj adj noun adj adj verb noun adj noun noun adj noun adj adj adj
to depart clandestinely; to steal off and hide to make better or more tolerable strenuous; taxing; requiring significant effort one who practices rigid self-denial, esp. as an act of religious devotion without adornment; bare; severely simple; ascetic a universally recognized principle taken as a given; possessing self-evident truth rustic and pastoral; characteristic of rural areas and their inhabitants following or in agreement with accepted, traditional standards argumentative; quarrelsome; causing controversy or disagreement complex or complicated deserving blame to undeceive; to set right composed of elements drawn from various sources extreme boldness; presumptuousness brief; fleeting very learned; scholarly a speech honoring the dead improvised; done without preparation playful; humorous to loudly attack or denounce an exaggerated statement, often used as a figure of speech clear; easily understood the act or state of swinging back and forth with a steady, uninterrupted rhythm a song or hymn of praise and thanksgiving penny-pinching; excessively thrifty; ungenerous intentional breach of faith; treachery extremely harmful; potentially causing death acutely perceptive; having keen discernment extremely reverent or devout; showing strong
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precipitate precipitate precursor predilection prolific qualms quiescence recant redoubtable reticent satire sordid squalid squander stoic stymie supplant synthesis torpid torque ubiquitous veracity vilify virulent
adj verb noun noun adj noun noun verb adj adj noun adj adj verb adj verb verb noun adj noun adj noun verb adj
religious devotion acting with excessive haste or impulse to cause or happen before anticipated or required one that precedes and indicates or announces another a disposition in favor of something; preference producing large volumes or amounts; productive misgivings; reservations; causes for hesitancy stillness; motionlessness; quality of being at rest to retract, esp. a previously held belief awe-inspiring; worthy of honor quiet; reserved; reluctant to express thoughts and feelings a literary work that ridicules or criticizes a human vice through humor or derision characterized by filth, grime, or squalor; foul sordid; wretched and dirty as from neglect to waste by spending or using irresponsibly indifferent to or unaffected by pleasure or pain; steadfast to block; thwart to take the place of; supersede the combination of parts to make a whole lethargic; sluggish; dormant a force that causes rotation existing everywhere at the same time; constantly encountered; widespread Truthfulness; honesty to defame; to characterize harshly extremely harmful or poisonous; bitterly hostile or antagonistic
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abate accolade adulation aesthetic avarice burgeon cacophony canon castigation catalyst catalyst caustic chary cogent complaisance contrite dearth demur didactic discretion disinterested dogmatic ebullience
verb noun noun adj noun verb noun noun noun noun noun adj adj adj noun adj noun verb adj noun adj adj noun
to lessen in intensity or degree an expression of praise excessive praise; intense adoration dealing with, appreciative of, or responsive to art or the beautiful greed, esp. for wealth to grow rapidly or flourish harsh, jarring, discordant sound; dissonance an established set of principles or code of laws, often religious in nature severe criticism or punishment a substance that accelerates the rate of a chemical reaction without itself changing a person or thing that causes change burning or stinging; causing corrosion wary; cautious; sparing appealing forcibly to the mind or reason; convincing the willingness to comply with the wishes of others regretful; penitent; seeking forgiveness smallness of quantity or number; scarcity; a lack to question or oppose intended to teach or instruct cautious reserve in speech; ability to make responsible decisions indifferent; free from self-interest stubbornly opinionated the quality of lively or enthusiastic expression of thoughts and feelings
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elegy emollient empirical enigmatic esoteric exonerate fallacy furtive gregarious harangue heretical impecunious incipient inert innocuous intransigent inveigle morose odious opaque peruse preen prodigious putrefy quaff sanction urbane viscous
noun adj adj adj adj verb noun adj adj verb adj adj adj adj adj adj verb adj adj adj verb verb adj verb verb noun adj adj
a mournful poem, esp. one lamenting the dead soothing, esp. to the skin; making less harsh based on observation or experiment mysterious; obscure; difficult to understand intended for or understood by a small, specific group to remove blame an invalid or incorrect notion; a mistaken belief marked by stealth; covert; surreptitious sociable; outgoing; enjoying the company of other people to deliver a pompous speech or tirade violating accepted dogma or convention lacking funds; without money beginning to come into being or to become apparent unmoving; lethargic; sluggish harmless; causing no damage refusing to compromise to obtain by deception or flattery sad; sullen; melancholy evoking intense aversion or dislike impenetrable by light; not reflecting light to examine with great care to dress up; to primp; to groom oneself with elaborate care abundant in size, force, or extent; extraordinary to rot; to decay and give off a foul odor to drink deeply authoritative permission or approval; a penalty intended to enforce compliance sophisticated; refined; elegant thick; sticky
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acerbic amalgamate amenable bolster bombast bombastic credulous diatribe fawn fervent flout fortuitous garrulous germane glib halcyon hubris idolatrous imminent imperturbable impetuous
adj verb adj verb noun adj adj noun verb adj verb adj adj adj adj adj noun adj adj adj adj
having a sour or bitter taste or character to combine several elements into a whole agreeable; responsive to suggestion to provide support or reinforcement self-important or pompous writing or speech pompous; grandiloquent tending to believe too readily; gullible a harsh denunciation to flatter or praise excessively greatly emotional or zealous to demonstrate contempt for, as in a rule or convention happening by fortunate accident or chance pointlessly talkative; talking too much relevant to the subject at hand; appropriate in subject matter marked by ease or informality; nonchalant; lacking in depth; superficial calm and peaceful arrogant presumption or pride given to intense or excessive devotion to something about to happen; impending marked by extreme calm, impassivity and steadiness hastily or rashly energetic; impulsive and
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implacable indifferent intrepid laconic malleable maverick mendacity mercurial meticulous mollify obdurate obfuscate obsequious obstinate opprobrium ostentatious pedantic pervade pervasive phlegmatic pirate plethora polemical pragmatic rancorous rhetoric salubrious sedulous solvent soporific
adj adj adj adj adj noun noun adj adj verb adj verb adj adj noun adj adj verb adj adj verb noun adj adj adj noun adj adj adj adj
vehement not capable of being appeased or significantly changed having no interest or concern; showing no bias or prejudice steadfast and courageous using few words; terse capable of being shaped or formed; tractable; pliable an independent individual who does not go along with a group or party the condition of being untruthful; dishonesty characterized by rapid and unpredictable change in mood characterized by extreme care and precision; attentive to detail to calm or soothe; to reduce in emotional intensity unyielding; hardhearted; intractable to deliberately obscure; to make confusing exhibiting a fawning attentiveness stubborn; hardheaded; uncompromising disgrace; contempt; scorn characterized by or given to pretentiousness the parading of learning; excessive attention to minutiae and formal rules to permeate throughout having the tendency to permeate or spread throughout calm; sluggish; unemotional to illegally use or reproduce an overabundance; a surplus controversial; argumentative practical rather than idealistic characterized by bitter, long-lasting resentment the art or study of effective use of language for communication and persuasion promoting health or well-being diligent; persistent; hard-working able to meet financial obligations; able to dissolve another substance causing drowsiness; tending to induce sleep
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Aggrandize Alchemy Anachronism Astringent Contiguous Convention Cynicism decorum derision desiccate dilettante disparage divulge immutable inimical
verb noun noun adj adj noun noun noun noun verb noun verb verb adj adj
to increase in intensity, power, or prestige a medieval science aimed at the transmutation of metals, esp. base metals into gold something or someone out of place in terms of historical or chronological context having a tightening effect on living tissue; harsh; severe sharing a border; touching; adjacent a generally agreed-upon practice or attitude an attitude or quality of belief that all people are motivated by selfishness polite or appropriate conduct or behavior scorn; ridicule; contemptuous treatment to dry out or dehydrate; to make dry or dull one with an amateurish or superficial interest in the arts or a branch of knowledge to slight or belittle to disclose something secret not capable of change damaging; harmful; injurious
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intractable neophyte presumptuous pristine probity proclivity profligate propensity prosaic pungent quixotic quotidian rarefy recondite refulgent renege shard sparse spendthrift subtle tacit terse tout trenchant unfeigned untenable vacillate variegated vexation vigilant vituperate volatile
adj noun adj adj noun noun adj noun adj adj adj adj verb adj adj verb noun adj noun adj adj adj verb adj adj adj verb adj noun adj verb adj
not easily managed or directed; stubborn; obstinate a recent convert; a beginner; novice overstepping due bounds (as of propriety or courtesy); taking liberties pure; uncorrupted; clean adherence to highest principles; uprightness a natural predisposition or inclination excessively wasteful; recklessly extravagant a natural inclination or tendency; penchant dull; unimaginative characterized by a strong, sharp smell or taste foolishly impractical; marked by lofty romantic ideals occurring or recurring daily; commonplace to make or become thin, less dense; to refine hidden; concealed; difficult to understand; obscure radiant; shiny; brilliant to fail to honor a commitment; to go back on a promise a piece of broken pottery or glass thin; not dense; arranged at widely spaced intervals one who spends money wastefully not obvious; elusive; difficult to discern implied; not explicitly stated brief and concise in wording to publicly praise or promote sharply perceptive; keen; penetrating genuine; not false or hypocritical indefensible; not viable; uninhabitable to waver indecisively between one course of action or opinion and another; to waver multicolored; characterized by a variety of patches of different color annoyance; irritation alertly watchful to use harsh condemnatory language; to abuse or censure severely or abusively; to berate readily changing to a vapor; changeable; fickle; explosive
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acumen adulterate archaic aver dissemble eccentric endemic evanescent exacerbate grandiloquence hackneyed hedonism
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quick, keen, or accurate knowledge or insight to reduce purity by combining with inferior ingredients outdated; associated with an earlier, perhaps more primitive, time to state as a fact; to confirm or support to disguise or conceal; to mislead departing from norms or conventions characteristic of or often found in a particular locality, region, or people tending to disappear like vapor; vanishing to make worse or more severe pompous speech or expression rendered trite or commonplace by frequent usage devotion to pleasurable pursuits, esp. to the
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hegemony iconoclast impassive impunity inchoate infelicitous insipid loquacious luminous malevolent misanthrope mitigate occlude pedagogy penury pine pith pithy placate platitude plummet prodigal profuse proliferate queries querulous recalcitrant repudiate rescind reverent specious spurious subpoena
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pleasures of the senses the consistent dominance of one state or ideology over others one who attacks or undermines traditional conventions or institutions revealing no emotion immunity from punishment or penalty in an initial stage; not fully formed unfortunate; inappropriate without taste or flavor; lacking in spirit; bland extremely talkative characterized by brightness and the emission of light having or showing often vicious ill-will, spite, or hatred one who hates all other humans to make or become less severe or intense; to moderate to obstruct or block the art or profession of training, teaching, or instructing poverty; destitution to yearn intensely; to languish; to lose vigor the essential or central part precise and brief to appease; to calm by making concessions a superficial remark, esp. one offered as meaningful to plunge or drop straight down recklessly wasteful; extravagant; profuse; lavish given or coming forth abundantly; extravagant to grow or increase swiftly and abundantly questions; inquiries; doubts in the mind; reservations prone to complaining or grumbling; quarrelsome obstinately defiant of authority; difficult to manage to refuse to have anything to do with; to disown to invalidate; to repeal; to retract marked by, feeling, or expressing a feeling of profound awe and respect seeming true, but actually being fallacious; misleadingly attractive lacking authenticity or validity; false; counterfeit a court order requiring appearance and/or testimony
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succinct superfluous surfeit tenacity tenuous tirade transient zealous
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brief; concise exceeding what is sufficient or necessary excess; overindulgence the quality of adherence or persistence to something valued having little substance or strength; flimsy; weak a long and extremely critical speech; a harsh denunciation fleeting; passing quickly; brief fervent; ardent; impassioned
ADVANCED VOCABULARY Group 1
Meaning to renounce or reject solemnly; to recant; to
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Abrogate Abscission Acarpous Accretion Admonish Adroit Adumbrate Anathema Anodyne Antipathy Antithetical Apocryphal Apogee Apostate Apotheosis Apposite Apprise Arabesque Arcane Arrant Artless Ascetic Asperity Aspersion Assay Asseverate Assiduous Attenuate Augury Auspice Auspicious Aver
avoid verb to abolish or annul by authority; to put down noun The act of cutting off or removing adj Effete; no longer fertile; worn out noun Growth; increase by successive addition; building up verb To reprove; to express warning or disapproval adj Adept; dextrous verb To foreshadow or intimate; to suggest sketchily; to obscure noun A solemn or ecclesiastical (religious) curse; accursed or thoroughly loathed person or thing adj/noun Soothing; something that assuages or allays pain or comforts noun Aversion; dislike adj Diametrically opposed; as in antithesis adj Of dubious authenticity or origin; spurious noun Farthest or highest point; culmination; zenith (antonym: perigee) noun One who abandons long-held religious or political convictions noun Deification; glorification to godliness adj Appropriate; pertinent; relevant; apropos verb To give notice to; to inform noun A complex, ornate design; also to a dance position adj Mysterious; abstruse; esoteric; knowable only to initiates adj Impudent adj Completely without guile; natural; without artificiality noun/adj Someone practicing self-denial; austere; stark noun Severity; rigor; roughness; harshness; acrimony; irritability noun An act of defamation or maligning; animadversion noun/verb An analysis; examination; test; to put to a test verb To aver; to allege; to assert adj Diligent; hard-working; sedulous verb To rarefy; to weaken or make thinner noun Omen; portent noun Protection or support; patronage adj Favorable; propitious; successful; prosperous verb To affirm; to assert; to prove; to justify; to asseverate
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Baleful Bane Beatify Bedizen Belie Bellicose Bilge Blandish Blithe Boisterous Boor Burnish Byzantine Cabal Cachinnate Cadge Cajole Calumniate Calumny Caparison Captious Caret Cavil Celerity Chasten Chauvinist Chimera
adj noun verb verb verb adj noun verb adj adj noun verb adj noun verb verb verb verb noun verb adj noun verb noun verb noun noun
Sinister; pernicious; ominous Cause of injury; poison; source of harm To bless, make happy, or ascribe a virtue to; to regard as saintly To adorn, especially in a cheap, showy manner; to festoon To give a false impression of; to misrepresent Belligerent; pugnacious; warlike Bulge the protuberance of a cask To toady or fawn Carefree; merry Loud; noisy; rough; lacking restraint A rude or insensitive person; lout To polish; to rub to a shine Labyrinthine; complex A scheme or plot; a group of plotters To laugh loudly To sponge or mooch To inveigle, coax, or wheedle To slander; to make a false accusation Slander; aspersion To adorn or bedizen Calculated to confuse or entrap in argument; hypercritical; caviling An insertion mark used by editors and proofreaders To find fault without good reason Speed; alacrity To chastise or correct A blindly devoted patriot An illusion; originally, an imaginary firebreathing she-monster
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Word Churlish Coalesce Coda
POS adj verb noun
Meaning Boorish; vulgar; loutish; difficult and intractable To come together; to fuse or unite Concluding section of a musical or literary piece
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Coeval Commensurate Contemn Contumacious Corrigible Countenance Cozen Craven Curmudgeon Daunt Debacle Decorous Defalcate Denigrate Denouement Deposition Deprecate Depredate Derivative Descant Descry Desuetude Desultory Detraction Diaphanous Diffident Digress Dilatory Din Dirge Disaffect Discomfit Discursive Dissolution Distention Distrait
Of the same period; coexisting Matching; corresponding or proportionate in degree, size or amount verb To scorn or despise adj Insubordinate; rebellious adj Capable of being set right; correctable; reparable verb/noun To approve of or tolerate; face; composure verb To deceive, beguile, or hoodwink adj Contemptibly fainthearted; lacking any courage noun A crusty, ill-tempered coot; a misanthrope verb To cow or dismay noun Rout; fiasco; complete failure adj Correct; formal; marked by decorum verb To embezzle or misappropriate verb To blacken; to belittle; to sully; to defame; to disparage noun An outcome or solution; the unraveling of a plot noun Accretion; depositing; building up layer by layer; official testimony verb To disparage or belittle; to put down verb To plunder, pillage, ravage, or destroy; to exploit in a predatory manner adj Unoriginal; obtained from another source verb To comment at length verb To discriminate or discern noun Disuse adj Random; thoughtless; marked by a lack of plan or purpose noun Slandering; verbal attack; aspersion adj Transparent; gauzy adj Reserved, shy, or unassuming; lacking in selfconfidence verb To stray from the point; to go off on a tangent adj Causing delay; procrastinating noun Loud, sustained noise noun A song of grief or lamentation verb To estrange or alienate the affection of verb To defeat; to put down adj Digressive; passing from one topic to another noun Disintegration; looseness in morals noun The state or act of extending or being swollen out of shape adj Distracted; absent-minded, especially due to anxiety
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Doggerel Dross Dulcet Dynamo Eclectic Edacious Edifying Effluvia Effrontery Effusive Egress Encomium Endemic Engender Enormity Ephemeral Epicure Episodic Epithet Epitome Equanimity
noun noun adj noun adj adj adj noun noun adj noun noun adj verb noun adj noun adj noun noun noun
Trivial, poorly constructed verse Slag, waste, or foreign matter; impurity; surface scum Melodious; harmonious; mellifluous Generator; forceful, energetic person Culled from many sources Voracious; devouring Enlightening Outflow in a stream of particles; a noxious odor or vapor Boldness; impudence; arrogance Gushing; excessively demonstrative Exit Glowing and enthusiastic praise; panegyric; tribute; eulogy Restricted or peculiar to a particular region; indigenous To cause; to produce; to give rise to Excessive wickedness; evilness Evanescent; fleeting; short-lived One devoted to sensual pleasure, particularly in food and drink; gourmand; sybarite Loosely connected; not flowing logically Disparaging word or phrase Embodiment; quintessence Composure; self-possession
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Word Equipoise Errant Eschew Estimable
POS Noun Adj Verb Adj
Meaning Equal distribution of weight; equilibrium Traveling; itinerant; peripatetic To shun or avoid Worthy; formidable
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Evince Excoriate Exegesis Exemplar Expatiate Expiate Expostulate Expurgate Exscind Extant Extirpate Fallow Fatuous Feckless Felicitous Fetid Fetter Filigree Florid Foment Forbearance Forestall Forswear Fracas Fractious Frieze Froward Gainsay Gambol Garner Gauche Gossamer Guile Hallow Harrow Heretical Hermetic Heterodox
Verb Verb Noun Noun Verb Verb Verb Verb Verb Adj Verb Adj Adj Adj Adj Adj Verb Noun Adj Verb Noun Verb Verb Noun Adj Noun Adj Verb Verb Verb Adj Adj Noun Verb Verb Adj Adj Adj
To show clearly; to indicate To censure scathingly; to upbraid Critical examination; explication Typical or standard specimen; paradigm; model To descant; to discourse; to discuss or write about at length To atone or make amends for To argue earnestly in order to dissuade To remove obscenity; to purify; to censor To cut out or extirpate Existing; not destroyed or lost To destroy; to exterminate; to cut out; to exscind Untilled; inactive; dormant Silly; inanely foolish Ineffectual; Apt; suitably expressed; well-chosen; apropos Stinking; smelly; malodorous To shackle; to put in chains An ornamental work, especially of delicate lacelike patterns Flowery; ruddy; ornate To incite; to rouse Patience; willingness to wait To act in a way to hinder; to exclude or prevent an action; to avert To renounce; to disallow; to repudiate Noisy quarrel; imbroglio; brawl Quarrelsome; rebellious; unruly; refractory; irritable A semi-sculptural, raised-surface ornamental façade to a building Intractable; not willing to yield or comply; recalcitrant To deny, dispute, contradict, to oppose To skip about playfully To gather and save; to store up Crude; awkward; tasteless Delicate; insubstantial or tenuous; insincere Artfulness; trickery; chicanery; duplicity To make holy; to consecrate To distress; to create stress; to torment Unorthodox; iconoclastic; dissenting from established dogma Sealed by fusion; airtight Unorthodox; heretical; iconoclastic
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Hirsute homiletics Homily Iconoclastic Idyll Ignominious Imbroglio Impassive Imperious Importune Impugn Impute indefatigable Indolent Ineluctable Ingenuous Inherent Inimical
Adj Noun Noun Adj Noun Adj Noun Adj Adj Verb Verb Verb Adj Adj Adj Adj Adj Adj
Hairy; shaggy The art of preaching A sermon or morally instructive lecture Attacking cherished beliefs; heretical; heterodox A carefree, light-hearted pastoral or romantic episode; a literary or musical piece describing such Shameful; dishonorable; ignoble; undignified Difficult or embarrassing situation Expressionless; stoic; stolid; unsusceptible to emotion; apathetic; phlegmatic Commanding; masterful; arrogant; domineering; haughty To ask incessantly; to beg; to nag To attack or assail verbally; to censure; to execrate To attribute to a cause or source; to ascribe Tirelessness; doggedness Lazy; listless; torpid Certain; inevitable Guileless; trusting; naïve; credulous Ingrained within one’s nature; intrinsic; innate; firmly established Hostile; adverse; unfriendly
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Word Inimitable Iniquity Innervate Inscrutable
POS Adj Noun Verb Adj
Meaning One of a kind; peerless Gross injustice; wickedness To supply with nerves; to embolden; to energize Incapable of being discovered or understood
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Insensible Insouciant Insular Interdict Inveigh Inveterate Involute Itinerate Jejune Jibe Jocose, jocular Labile Lachrymose Lambaste Lassitude Libertine Limn Limpid Lubricious Luculent Macerate Maculate Malinger Maunder Mellifluous Mendicant Meretricious Metamorphose Mettle Mettlesome Militate Minatory Misogynist Multifarious Nadir Natty Nexus Noisome
Adj Adj Adj Verb Verb Adj Adj Adj Adj Verb Adj Adj Adj Verb Adj Noun Verb Adj Adj Adj Verb Adj Verb Verb Adj Noun Adj Verb Noun Adj Verb Adj Noun Adj Noun Adj Noun Adj
Unconscious; unresponsive; unaffected; numb Carefree; unconcerned; heedless Parochial; narrow-minded To prohibit; to forbid; to ban; to halt To attack verbally; to denounce; to deprecate Deep-routed; ingrained; habitual Intricate; complex; convoluted To travel from place to place; to peregrinate Vapid; uninteresting; immature; puerile To agree; to be in accord Humorous; gay; blithe Readily open to change; unstable Causing tears; tearful To censure; to excoriate; to berate Listlessness; languor; weariness Someone unrestrained by morality or convention To draw; to outline in detail; to delineate; to describe Transparent; serene; clear; untroubled; pellucid Lewd; wanton; greasy; slippery Easily understood; lucid; clear To waste away; to soften or wear away by excessive fasting or by excessive steeping Marked with spots or blotches; besmirched; impure To feign illness so as to avoid work; to avoid work To digress; to meander; to stray from the topic or path Sweetly flowing usually used to describe use of words Beggar; supplicant Cheap; gawdy; tawdry; flashy; showy To transform; to change utterly Strength of spirit; courage; stamina Courageous; high-spirited To have weight; to bear on; to argue (against) Menacing; threatening One who hates women or females Varied; motley; greatly diversified Low point; perigee Trimly neat and tidy; smart A connection, tie, or link Offensive, especially to one’s sense of smell; fetid
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Nonplused Nostrum Nugatory Obloquy Obstreperous Officious Ossified Ostensible Overweening Palliate Panegyric Paradigm Pariah Parry Parsimonious Partisan Paucity Peccadillo
Adj Noun Adj Noun Adj Adj Adj Adj Adj Verb Noun Noun Noun Verb Adj adj/noun Noun Noun
Baffled; in a quandary; at a loss for what to say or do Panacea; cure all; placebo; questionable remedy; palliative Trifling; inconsequential Abusively detractive language; sharp criticism; vituperation; calumny Noisy; loud Meddlesome; pushy in one’s services Tending to become more rigid; conventional; sterile and reactionary with age; literally, tuned into bone Seeming; appearing as such; professed Presumptuously arrogant; supercilious; overbearing To make something appear less serious; to gloss over Formal praise; eulogy; encomium A mode, example, or pattern; exemplar An outcast; a rejected and despised person To block; to evade or ward off, as a blow Cheap; miserly Committed to a party; biased or prejudiced; supporter; adherent Scarcity; a lacking of A slight offense; literally, a minor sin
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Word Pellucid Penchant Peregrination
POS Adj Noun Noun
Meaning Transparent; easy to understand; limpid Strong inclination; a liking Traveling about; wandering
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Peremptory Perigee Peripatetic Peroration Personable Petrous Petulant Philistine Phlegmatic Picaresque Pillory Piquant Pique Placebo Plangent Plumb Poignant Poseur Prate Precarious Precept Précis Preempt Profligate Prolix Propinquity Propitiate Proscribe Provident Puerile Pugnacious Puissance Punctilious Pundit Pusillanimous
Admitting of no contradiction; haughty; imperious Noun Closest or lowest point in an orbit; nadir Adj Itinerant; traveling; nomadic Noun The concluding part of a speech; grandiloquent speech Adj Pleasing in appearance; attractive Adj Like a rock; hard; stony Adj Impatient; irritable Noun A crass individual guided by material rather than by intellectual or artistic values Adj Impassive; stoical; lethargic; sluggish Adj Involving clever rogues or adventures Verb To punish; to hold up to public scorn Adj Agreeably pungent; stimulating noun/verb Resentment; to annoy, irritate, or offend; to excite, provoke, or arouse Noun Inactive pill prescribed for mental relief rather than for physical effect; something tending to soothe Adj Pounding; thundering; resounding Verb To measure the depth; to examine critically Adj Distressing; pertinent; touching; stimulating; emotional Noun Affected or insincere person; literally, a poser Verb To chatter; to babble, as in prattle Adj Uncertain; risky; dangerous Noun Rule establishing standards of conduct Noun Concise summary of essential points Verb To replace; to supersede; to appropriate Adj Spendthrift; prodigal; wildly extravagant Adj Long-winded; verbose Noun Nearness in time or place; affinity of nature Verb To appease; to conciliate Verb To ostracize; to banish; to outlaw Adj Frugal; looking to the future Adj Childish; immature Adj Contentious; quarrelsome; contumacious; given to fighting; belligerent Noun Power; strength Adj Precise; paying attention to trivialities, especially in regard to etiquette Noun An authority on a subject; one who gives opinion Adj Cowardly; craven
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Querulous Raffish Ramify Rapacious Rebus Recidivism Recondite Reconnaissance Reconnoiter Recreant Recumbent Redolent Refractory Regale Remonstrate Repine Repudiate Resolute Rubric Rue
Adj Adj Verb Adj Noun Noun Adj Noun Verb noun/adj Adj Adj Adj Verb Verb Verb Verb Adj Noun Verb
Habitually complaining; whining Tawdry; flashy; meretricious; low; vulgar; base To be divided or subdivided; to branch out Voracious; greedy; plundering Riddle; a representation of words by pictures or symbols Relapse into antisocial or criminal behavior Abstruse; profound; arcane Preliminary survey to gain information, especially of an enemy To engage in reconnaissance Coward; cowardly; craven; pusillanimous Leaning; resting; prone Fragrant; suggestive or evocative Stubborn; unmanageable; intractable; unruly; fractious To delight or entertain; to feast To protest; to object To feel or express dejection or discontent; to long for To disown; to disavow; to reject as untrue Adamant; steadfast; determined; irresolute Heading, title or category To regret; to feel remorse or sorrow
Sl.No. 1. 2.
Word Runic Sagacious
POS Adj Adj
Meaning Mysterious; magical Having sound judgment; perceptive; wise
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Salacious Salient Salutary Sanctimony Sanguine Satiate Saturnine Seine Seminal Sententious Sidereal Simper Sinecure Sinuous Slake Sodden Solder Sophistry Sophomoric Splenetic Stanch Stentorian Stint Striated Stygian Succor Sundry Supercilious Supine Suppliant Supplicant Tamp Tautology Tawdry Tendentious Timorous Toady Torrid Tractable
Adj Adj Adj
Obscene Prominent; protruding; conspicuous; relevant Wholesome; causing improvement; favorable to health Noun Self-righteousness Adj Cheerful; confident; optimistic Verb To surfeit; to overindulge Adj Gloomy; dark; sullen; morose Noun A large net dragged to catch fish Adj Like a seed; constituting a source; originative Adj Aphoristic or moralistic; epigrammatic; tending to moralize excessively Adj Astral; relating to stars or constellations verb/noun To smirk; a silly smile Noun Position requiring little or no work and usually providing an income Adj Winding; undulating; serpentine Verb To satisfy or quench Adj Soaked or drenched; unimaginative; dull Verb To weld, fuse, or join Noun Fallacious reasoning; faulty logic Adj Self-assured though immature; affected; bombastic; lacking maturity Adj Bad-tempered; irritable Verb To stop the flow of a fluid Adj Extremely loud and powerful Verb To restrain; to be sparing or frugal Adj Striped; grooved; banded Adj Gloomy; dark Noun Assistance; relief in time of distress Adj Various; miscellaneous; separate Adj Disdainful; arrogant; haughty Adj Mentally or morally slack; literally, lying on one’s back; prone Adj Supplicant; asking humbly; beseeching Noun Beggar; mendicant Verb To plug; to drive in or down by a series of blows Noun A repetition; a redundancy Adj Cheap; gaudy; showy; tacky; meretricious Adj Biased; showing marked tendencies Adj Timid; fearful; diffident Noun Sycophant; flatterer Adj Scorching; ardent; passionate Adj Docile; obedient; easily led
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Travesty Tumid Turbid Turgid Turpitude Tyro Umbrage Undulate Untoward Upbraid Usury Vaunt Venal Venerate Verisimilitude Veritable Virago Vitiate Volubility Waft Welter Wend
Noun Adj Adj Adj Noun Noun Noun Verb Adj Verb Noun Verb Adj Verb Noun Adj Noun Verb Noun Verb Verb Verb
Mockery; caricature; parody Swollen Roiled; muddy; clouded to the point of being opaque Swollen; tumid; thick; pompous; bombastic Depravity; prurience Novice; greenhorn; rank amateur Offense; resentment; pique To move in wavelike fashion; to fluctuate Perverse; unruly; unseemly To scold; to censure; to rebuke; to chastise The practice of charging an exorbitant or illegal rate of interest To brag or boast Capable of being bought or bribed; mercenary; purchasable To revere; to worship Appearance of truth or reality Authentic; honest-to-goodness A loud, domineering woman; a scold or nag To pervert; to debase; to spoil; to make ineffective Fluency; verbosity; easy use of spoken language To cause to move as if by a light breeze To writhe; to toss about; to be in turmoil To go; to proceed; to walk
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