Abase (v) :- to bring down in position, assessment, or something like that; debase.
Abbess (n) :- the woman unrivaled of a religious shelter.
Abbey (n) :- the gathering of structures which altogether structure the abode of a general public of priests or nuns.
Abbot (n) :- the unrivaled of a network of priests.
Abdicate (v) :- to surrender (regal force or something like that).
Abdomen (n) :- in warm blooded animals, the instinctive cavity between the stomach and the pelvic region; the gut.
Abdominal (n) :- of, relating to, or arranged on the mid-region.
Abduction (n) :- a diverting of an individual without wanting to, or illicitly.
Abed (adv) :- in bed; on a bed.
Aberration (n) :- deviation from a right, standard, or recommended course.
Abet (v) :- to help, advance, or support the commission of (an offense).
Abeyance (n) :- a condition of suspension or impermanent inaction.
Abhorrence (n) :- the demonstration of despising very.
Abhorrent (adj) :- exceptionally disgusting; scornful.
Abidance (n) :- a withstanding.
Abject (adj) :- sunk to a low condition.
Abjure (v) :- to retract, deny, disavow after swearing to tell the truth.
Able-bodied (adj) :- skilled for physical assistance.
Ablution (n) :- a washing or purging, particularly of the body.
Abnegate (v) :- to repudiate (a privilege or benefit).
Abnormal (adj) :- not adjusted to the customary principle or standard.
Abominable (adj) :- exceptionally derisive.
Abominate (v) :- to abhor viciously.
Abomination (n) :- an entirely vile act or practice.
Aboriginal (adj) :- crude; unsophisticated.
Aborigines (n) :- the first of soonest known occupants of a nation.
Aboveboard (adv) (adj) :- without covering, misrepresentation, or dishonesty.
Abrade (v) :- to erode the surface or some piece of by erosion.
Abrasion (n) :- that which is focused on.
Abridge (v) :- to make shorter in words, keeping the basic highlights, inclining out minor particles.
Abridgment (n) :- a consolidated structure starting at a book or play.
Abrogate (v) :- to cancel, repeal.
Abrupt (adj) :- starting, finishing, or changing abruptly or with a break.
Abscess (n) :- a collection of discharge in a cavity framed inside some tissue of the body.
Abscission (n) :- the demonstration of cutting off, as in a careful activity.
Abscond (v) :- to withdraw out of nowhere and furtively, concerning the reason for getting away from capture.
Absence (n) :- the reality of not being available or accessible.
Absent-minded (adj) :- lack in regard for sure fire environmental factors or business.
Absolution (n) :- pardoning, or disregarding of offenses.
Absolve (v) :- to liberated from wrongdoing or its punishments.
Absorb (v) :- to drink in or kiss up, as a wipe assimilates water.
Absorption (n) :- the demonstration or cycle of engrossing.
Abstain (v) :- to hold oneself back (from doing or utilizing something).
Abstemious (adj) :- described without anyone else forswearing or forbearance, as in the utilization of drink, food.
Abstinence (n) :- abstinence.
Abstruse (adj) :- managing matters hard to be perceived.
Absurd (adj) :- conflicting with reason or sound judgment.
Abundant (adj) :- copious.
Abusive (adj) :- utilizing unforgiving words or abuse.
Abut (v) :- to contact toward the end or limit line.
Abyss (n) :- unlimited bay.
Academic (adj) :- of or relating to a foundation, school, or college.
Academician (n) :- an individual from an institute of writing, workmanship, or science.
Academy (n) :- any foundation where the higher parts of learning are educated.
Accede (v) :- to concur.
Accelerate (v) :- to move quicker.
Accept (v) :- to take when advertised.
Access (n) :- a method of approach or passageway; entry.
Accessible (adj) :- agreeable.
Accession (n) :- acceptance or height, as to pride, office, or government.
Accessory (n) :- someone or something that guides the central specialist.
Acclaim (v) :- to absolute with a yell.
Accommodate (v) :- to outfit something as a thoughtfulness or favor.
Accompaniment (n) :- a subordinate part or parts, improving or supporting the main part.
Accompanist (n) :- one who or that which goes with.
Accompany (v) :- to go with, or be related with, as a friend.
Accomplice (n) :- a partner in wrong-doing.
Accomplish (v) :- to bring to pass.
Accordion (n) :- a compact free-reed instrument.
Accost (v) :- to address.
Account (n) :- a record or proclamation of receipts and consumptions, or of business exchanges.
Accouter (v) :- to dress.
Accredit (v) :- to give credit or power to.
Accumulate (v) :- to get more prominent in amount or number.
Accuracy (n) :- precision.
Accurate (adj) :- adjusting precisely to truth or to a norm.
Accursed (adj) :- destined to wickedness, wretchedness, or adversity.
Accusation (n) :- a charge of wrongdoing, offense, or blunder.
Accusatory (adj) :- of, relating to, or including an allegation.
Accuse (v) :- to accuse of wrong doing, unfortunate behavior, or blunder.
Accustom (v) :- to make natural by use.
Acerbity (n) :- acridity, with harshness and astringency.
Acetate (n) :- a salt of acidic corrosive.
Acetic (adj) :- of, relating to, or of the idea of vinegar.
Ache (v) :- to be in agony or misery.
Achillean (adj) :- safe.
Achromatic (adj) :- vapid,
Acid (n) :- a harsh substance.
Acidify (v) :- to change into corrosive.
Acknowledge (v) :- to perceive; to concede the validity or legitimacy of.
Acknowledgment (n) :- acknowledgment.
Acme (n) :- the most elevated point, or culmination.
Acoustic (adj) :- relating to the demonstration or feeling of hearing.
Acquaint (v) :- to make recognizable or acquainted.
Acquiesce (v) :- to consent; submit.
Acquiescence (n) :- latent assent.
Acquire (v) :- to get as one’s own.
Acquisition (n) :- anything picked up, or made one’s own, ordinarily by exertion or work.
Acquit (v) :- to free or clear, as from allegation.
Acquittal (n) :- a release from allegation by legal activity.
Acquaintance (n) :- delivery or release from obligation, commitment, or duty.
Acreage (n) :- amount or degree of land, particularly of developed land.
Acrid (adj) :- cruelly sharp or unpleasant.
Acrimonious (adj) :- brimming with sharpness.
Acrimony (n) :- sharpness or harshness of discourse or temper.
Actionable (adj) :- bearing reason for founding an activity, as trespass, libelous words.
Actuality (n) :- any reality.
Actuary (n) :- an official, starting at an insurance agency, who computes and expresses the dangers and charges.
Actuate (v) :- to move or prompt to activity.
Acumen (n) :- snappiness of scholarly understanding, or wisdom; astuteness of segregation.
Acute (adj) :- having fine and entering wisdom.
Adamant (n) :- any substance of surpassing hardness or solidness.
Addendum (n) :- something included, or to be included.
Addle (v) :- to make wasteful or useless; obfuscate.
Adduce (v) :- to present or name for thought.
Adhere (v) :- to stick quick or together.
Adherence (n) :- connection.
Adherent (adj) :- sticking or staying quick.
Adhesion (n) :- the condition appended or joined.
Adieu inter. Great by; goodbye.
Adjacency (n) :- the condition of being adjoining.
Adjacent (n) :- that which is close or flanking upon.
Adjudge (v) :- to grant or offer by formal choice.
Adjunct (n) :- something joined to or associated with something else, yet holding a subordinate spot.
Adjuration (n) :- a fervent allure.
Adjutant (adj) :- assistant.
Administrator (n) :- one who oversees undertakings of any sort.
Admissible (adj) :- having the privilege or benefit of section.
Admittance (n) :- passageway, or the privilege or authorization to enter.
Admonish (v) :- to caution of a flaw.
Admonition (n) :- delicate censure.
Ado (n) :- superfluous action or function.
Adoration (n) :- significant commitment.
Adroit (adj) :- having ability in the utilization of the real or mental forces.
Adulterant (n) :- a contaminating substance.
Adulterate (v) :- to make unclean by the admixture of other or baser fixings.
Adumbrate (v) :- to speak to already in plot or by token.
Advent (n) :- the coming or appearance, starting at any significant change, occasion, state, or personage.
Adverse (adj) :- contradicting or restricted.
Adversity (n) :- adversity.
Advert (v) :- to allude unexpectedly.
Advertiser (n) :- one who publicizes, particularly in papers.
Advisory (adj) :- not compulsory.
Advocacy (n) :- the demonstration of arguing a reason.
Advocate (n) :- one who argues the reason for another, as in a lawful or clerical court.
Aerial (adj) :- of, relating to, or like the air.
Aeronaut (n) :- one who explores the air, a balloonist.
Aeronautics (n) :- the workmanship or practice of flying airplane
Aerostat (n) :- an inflatable or different mechanical assembly skimming in or supported by the air.
Aerostatics (n) :- the part of pneumatics that treats of the balance, pressure, and mechanical properties.
Affable (adj) :- simple to approach.
Affect (v) :- to follow up on
Affectation (n) :- an examined or flashy affectation or endeavor.
Affiliate (n) :- some helper individual or thing.
Affirmative (adj) :- noting yes; to an inquiry at issue.
Affix (v) :- to secure.
Affluence (n) :- a lavish or plentiful gracefully of wealth.
Affront (n) :- an open affront or insult.
Afire (adv) :- (adj) :- ablaze, in a real sense or allegorically.
Afoot (adv) :- in progress.
Aforesaid (adj) :- said in a first part or previously.
Afresh (adv) :- again, after rest or stretch.
Afterthought (n) :- an idea that comes later than its proper or anticipated time.
Agglomerate (v) :- to heap or stack together.
Aggrandize (v) :- to cause to show up extraordinarily.
Aggravate (v) :- to make heavier, more awful, or more difficult.
Aggravation (n) :- the reality of being made heavier or more terrible, as a wrongdoing, offense, hardship, and so on
Aggregate (n) :- the whole number, aggregate, mass, or amount of something.
Aggress (v) :- to make the principal assault.
Aggression (n) :- an unmerited assault.
Aggrieve (v) :- to give misery or distress to.
Aghast (adj) :- hit with fear and wonder.
Agile (adj) :- ready to move or act rapidly, genuinely, or intellectually.
Agitate (v) :- to move or energize (the emotions or musings).
Agrarian (adj) :- relating to land, particularly rural land.
Aide officer (n) :- an official who gets and sends the sets of the general.
Ailment (n) :- slight infection.
Airy (adj) :- fragile, ethereal.
Akin (adj) :- of comparable nature or characteristics.
Alabaster (n) :- a white or carefully colored fine-grained gypsum.
Alacrity (n) :- merry readiness.
Albeit (conj) :- Despite the fact that.
Albino (n) :- an individual who lost pigments or white hair or skinned.
Album (n) :- a book whose leaves are so made to shape paper outlines for holding photos or something like that.
Alchemy (n) :- science of the medieval times, described by the quest for changing base metals to gold.
Alcohol (n) :- an unstable, inflammable, dry fluid of an infiltrating smell and consuming taste.
Alcoholism (n) :- a condition coming about because of the unnecessary or constant utilization of mixed drinks.
Alcove (n) :- a secured break associated with or along the edge of a bigger room.
Alder (n) :- any bush or little tree of the variety alumnus, of the oak family.
Alderman (n) :- an individual from a civil administrative body, who ordinarily practices likewise certain legal capacities.
Aldermanship (n) :- the respect, condition, office, or term of office of a council member.
Alias (n) :- an accepted name.
Alien (n) :- one who owes loyalty to an unfamiliar government.
Alienable (adj) :- equipped for being aliened or estranged, as terrains.
Alienate (v) :- to cause to dismiss.
Alienation (n) :- antagonism.
Aliment (n) :- that which feeds.
Alkali (n) :- anything that will kill a corrosive, as lime, magnesia, and so on
Allay (v) :- to quiet the brutality or diminish the force of; moderate.
Allege (v) :- to state to be valid, particularly in a proper way, as in court.
Allegory (n) :- the going ahead of a subject under the appearance of another subject of appropriately intriguing resemblance.
Alleviate (v) :- to make less difficult or less difficult to shoulder.
Alley (n) :- a restricted road, garden way, walk, or something like that.
Alliance (n) :- any blend or association for some basic reason.
Allot (v) :- to allocate an unequivocal thing or part to someone in particular.
Allotment (n) :- segment.
Allude (v) :- to allude unexpectedly, or by recommendation.
Allusion (n) :- an aberrant and coincidental reference to something without unmistakable notice of it.
Alluvion (n) :- flood.
Ally (n) :- someone or something associated with another, for the most part in some connection of accommodation.
Almanac (n) :- a progression of tables giving the times of the week along with certain cosmic data.
Aloof (adv) :- not in compassion for or craving to connect with others.
Altar (n) :- any raised spot or structure on which penances might be offered or incense consumed.
Alter (v) :- to make change in.
Alteration (n) :- change or adjustment.
Altercate (v) :- to battle indignantly or fanatically in words.
Alternate (n) :- one picked to act instead of another, in the event of the nonappearance or insufficiency of that other.
Alternative (n) :- something that may or should exist, be taken or picked, or done as opposed to something different.
Altitude (n) :- vertical separation or rise over any point or base-level, as the ocean.
Alto (n) :- the least or most profound female voice or part.
Altruism (n) :- altruism to others on subjection to personal circumstance.
Altruist (n) :- one who supporters or practices charitableness.
Amalgam (n) :- a composite or association of mercury with another metal.
Amalgamate (v) :- to combine or mix in a homogeneous body.
Amateur (adj) :- rehearsing a workmanship or occupation for its love, however not as a calling.
Amatory (adj) :- intended to energize love.
Ambidextrous (adj) :- having the capacity of utilizing two hands without breaking a sweat.
Ambiguous (adj) :- having a multifaceted nuance.
Ambitious (adj) :- energetically covetous and yearning.
Ambrosial (adj) :- supernaturally sweet, fragrant, or heavenly.
Ambulance (n) :- a vehicle fitted for passing on the debilitated and injured.
Ambulate (v) :- to stroll about
Ambush (n) :- the demonstration or condition of lying hid to shock or assaulting the foe.
Ameliorate (v) :- to ease, as from agony or difficulty
Amenable (adj) :- willing and prepared to submit.
Americanism (n) :- an exceptional sense in which an english word or expression is utilized in the united states.
Amicable (adj) :- done in a neighborly soul.
Amity (n) :- fellowship.
Amorous (adj) :- having an affinity for becoming hopelessly enamored.
Amorphous (adj) :- without determinate shape.
Amour (n) :- a relationship, particularly one of an illegal nature.
Ampere (n) :- the down to earth unit of electric-flow quality.
Ampersand (n) :- the character and; and.
Amphibious (adj) :- living both ashore and in water.
Amphitheater (n) :- a structure of curved shape, built about a focal open space or field.
Amplitude (n) :- enormity.
Amply (adv) :- adequately.
Amputate (v) :- to eliminate by cutting, as an appendage or some bit of the body.
Amusement (n) :- preoccupation.
Anachronism (n) :- anything happening or existing out of its legitimate time.
Anagram (n) :- the letters of a word or expression so translated as to make an alternate word or expression.
Analogous (adj) :- comparing (to some other) in specific regards, as in structure, proportion, relations.
Analogy (n) :- thinking in which from certain and known relations or likeness others are shaped.
Analyst (n) :- one who breaks down or utilizes the expository technique.
Analyze (v) :- to look at minutely or fundamentally.
Anarchy (n) :- nonappearance or express negligence of government.
Anathema (n) :- anything prohibited, as by social utilization.
Anatomy (n) :- that part of morphology which treats of the structure of life forms.
Ancestry (n) :- one’s progenitors all things considered.
Anecdote (n) :- a concise record of some intriguing occasion or episode.
Anemia (n) :- inadequacy of blood or red corpuscles.
Anemic (adj) :- influenced with frailty.
Anemometer (n) :- an instrument for estimating the power or speed of wind.
Anesthetic (adj) :- relating to or creating loss of sensation.
Anew (adv) :- again.
Angelic (adj) :- righteous.
Anglophobia (n) :- disdain or fear of England or of what is English.
Anglo–saxon (n) :- the whole English race any place found, as in Europe, the united states, or india.
Angular (adj) :- sharp-cornered.
Anhydrous (adj) :- shriveled.
Animadversion (n) :- the expression of analysis or rebuke.
Animadvert (v) :- to pass analysis or rebuff.
Animalcule (n) :- a creature of minuscule littleness.
Animate (v) :- to make alive.
Animosity (n) :- scorn.
Annalist (n) :- antiquarian.
Annals (n) :- a record of occasions in their sequential request, step by step.
Annex (v) :- to include or append toward the end.
Annihilate (v) :- to obliterate totally.
Annotate (v) :- to make illustrative or basic notes on or upon.
Annual (adj) :- happening each year.
Annuity (n) :- a yearly recompense, installment, or pay.
Annunciation (n) :- decree.
Anode (n) :- where or way by which a voltaic current enters an electrolyte or something like that.
Anonymous (adj) :- of obscure creation.
Antagonism (n) :- common resistance or opposition of checking powers, standards, or people.
Antarctic (adj) :- relating toward the south pole or the areas close to it.
Ante (v) :- in the round of poker, to set up a stake before the cards are managed.
Antecede (v) :- to go before.
Antecedent (n) :- one who or that which goes before or goes previously, as in time, put in, rank, request, or causality.
Antechamber (n) :- a sitting area for the individuals who look for crowd.
Antedate (v) :- to dole out or fasten a date to sooner than the genuine one.
Antediluvian (adj) :- of or relating to the occasions, things, occasions before the incredible flood.
Antemeridian (adj) :- prior to early afternoon.
Antemundane (adj) :- relating to time before the world’s creation.
Antenatal (adj) :- happening or existing before birth.
Anterior (adj) :- earlier.
Anteroom (n) :- a room arranged previously and opening into another, generally bigger.
Anthology (n) :- an assortment of concentrates from the compositions of different creators.
Anthracite (n) :- hard coal.
Anthropology (n) :- the study of man by and large.
Anthropomorphous (adj) :- having or taking after human structure.
Antic (n) :- an unusual, preposterous, or awesome activity.
Antichrist (n) :- any rival or adversary of Christ, regardless of whether an individual or a force.
Anticlimax (n) :- a steady or unexpected abatement in the significance or grandness of what is said.
Anticyclone (n) :- an environmental state of high focal weight, with flows streaming outward.
Antidote (n) :- anything that will balance or eliminate the impacts of toxic substance, infection, or something like that.
Antilogy (n) :- irregularity or inconsistency in wording or thoughts.
Antipathy (n) :- a strong feeling of hatred or dislike
Antiphon (n) :- a reaction or modification of reactions, for the most part melodic.
Antiphony (n) :- a song of devotion or other creation sung responsively.
Antipodes (n) :- a spot or area on the contrary side of the earth.
Antiquary (n) :- one who gathers and looks at old things, as coins, books, decorations, weapons, and so on
Antiquate (v) :- to make old or obsolete.
Antique (adj) :- relating to old occasions.
Antiseptic (n) :- anything that devastates or controls the development of putrefactive miniature life forms.
Antislavery (adj) :- contradicted to human bondage.
Antispasmodic (adj) :- having a tendency to forestall or calm non-incendiary uncontrollable kind gestures.
Antistrophe (n) :- the reversal of terms in progressive classes, as in “the home of euphoria” and “the delight of home”.
Antitoxin (n) :- a substance which kills the toxic results of miniature creatures.
Antonym (n) :- a word straightforwardly restricted to another in importance.
Anxious (adj) :- bothered as a primary concern regarding some dubious issue.
Apathy (n) :- torpor to feeling or energetic inclination.
Aperture (n) :- opening or hole.
Apex (n) :- the most noteworthy point, starting at a mountain.
Aphorism (n) :- precept.
Apiary (n) :- a spot where honey bees are kept.
Apogee (n) :- the peak.
Apology (n) :- a disclaimer of purposeful blunder or offense.
Apostasy (n) :- an all-out takeoff from one’s confidence or religion.
Apostate (adj) :- bogus.
Apostle (n) :- any courier authorized by or as by divine position.
Apothecary (n) :- one who saves drugs available to be purchased and sets up remedies.
Apotheosis (n) :- exaltation.
Appall (v) :- to load up with consternation or awfulness.
Apparent (adj) :- effortlessly comprehended.
Apparition (n) :- phantom.
Appease (v) :- to calm by calming outrage or ire.
Appellate (adj) :- fit for being spoke to.
Appellation (n) :- the name or title by which a specific individual, class, or thing is called.
Append (v) :- to include or connect, as something extra, subordinate, or beneficial.
Appertain (v) :- associated to, belong, possession
Apposite (adj) :- fitting.
Apposition (n) :- the demonstration of setting next to each other, together, or in contact.
Appraise (v) :- to gauge the cash estimation of.
Appreciable (adj) :- equipped for being recognized by the faculties or keenness.
Apprehend (v) :- to make a detainee of (an individual) for the sake of the law.
Apprehensible (adj) :- equipped for being imagined.
Approbation (n) :- assent.
Appropriate (adj) :- reasonable for the reason and conditions.
Aqueduct (n) :- a water-conductor, especially one for providing a network from a distance.
Aqueous (adj) :- of, relating to, or containing water.
Arbiter (n) :- one picked or named, by shared assent of gatherings in debate, to choose matters.
Arbitrary (adj) :- fixed or done fancifully.
Arbitrate (v) :- to act or give judgment as umpire.
Arbor (n) :- a tree.
Arboreal (adj) :- of or relating to a tree or trees.
Arborescent (adj) :- having the idea of a tree.
Arboretum (n) :- a greenhouse or spot committed to the development of trees or bushes.
Arboriculture (n) :- the development of trees or bushes.
Arcade (n) :- a vaulted way or road; a roofed way having shops, and so on, opening from it.
Archaic (adj) :- obsolete
Archaism (n) :- outdated nature.
Archangel (n) :- a blessed messenger of high position.
Archbishop (n) :- the head of the clerics of a ministerial area in the greek, roman, and anglican church.
Archdeacon (n) :- a high official head of the undertakings of a see.
Archaeology (n) :- the part of humanities worried about the orderly examination of the relics of man.
Archetype (n) :- a model.
Archipelago (n) :- any huge waterway studded with islands, or the islands altogether themselves.
Ardent (adj) :- getting overwhelmed with emotion.
Ardor (n) :- force of energy or friendship.
Arid (adj) :- extremely dry.
Aristocracy (n) :- a genetic respectability
Aristocrat (n) :- an inherited honorable or one almost associated with honorability.
Armada (n) :- an armada of war-vessels.
Armful (n) :- as much as can be held in the arm or arms.
Armory (n) :- an armory.
Aroma (n) :- a pleasant smell.
Arraign (v) :- to call into court, as an individual arraigned for wrongdoing, and request if he concedes.
Arrange (v) :- to place in unequivocal or appropriate request.
Arrangement (n) :- the demonstration of placing in appropriate request, or the condition set up.
Arrant (adj) :- famously terrible.
Arrear (n) :- something past due and unpaid.
Arrival (n) :- a reaching halting spot or objective.
Arrogant (adj) :- unduly or unnecessarily pleased, as of riches, station, learning, and so on
Arrogate (v) :- to take, request, or guarantee, particularly arrogantly or without reasons or grounds.
Artesian (n) :- a profound exhausted well. Water ascends because of underground weight
Artful (adj) :- portrayed by specialty or sly.
Arthurian (adj) :- relating to king Arthur, the genuine or amazing legend of British idyllic story.
Artifice (n) :- deceit.
Artless (adj) :- open.
Ascendant (adj) :- predominant.
Ascension (n) :- the demonstration of rising.
Ascent (n) :- a rising, taking off, or climbing.
Ascetic (adj) :- given to extreme discipline and rehearsing unreasonable restraint and commitment.
Ascribe (v) :- to dole out as a quality or characteristic.
Asexual (adj) :- having no particular sexual organs.
Ashen (adj) :- pale.
Askance (adv) :- with a side or backhanded look or significance.
Asperity (n) :- brutality or unpleasantness of temper.
Aspirant (n) :- one who looks for genuinely, concerning progression, respects, place.
Aspiration (n) :- a sincere wish for that which is over one’s current reach.
Aspire (v) :- to have a sincere want, wish, or yearning, concerning something high and great, not yet achieved.
Assailant (n) :- one who assaults.
Assassin (n) :- one who slaughters, or attempts to murder, misleadingly or furtively.
Assassinate (v) :- to slaughter, as off guard mystery attack, particularly the executing of some famous individual.
Assassination (n) :- killer, as by mystery attack or unfairness.
Assay (n) :- the substance investigation or testing of a composite mineral.
Assent (v) :- to communicate concurrence with an announcement or matter of assessment.
Assess (v) :- to decide the measure of (an assessment or other entirety to be paid).
Assessor (n) :- an official whose obligation it is to survey charges.
Assets (n) :- Property as a rule, viewed as pertinent to the installment of obligations.
Assiduous (adj) :- persevering.
Assignee (n) :- one who is selected to represent another in the administration of certain property and interests.
Assimilate (v) :- to adjust.
Assonance (n) :- likeness or correspondence in sound.
Assonant (adj) :- having likeness of sound.
Assonate (v) :- to accord in sound, particularly vowel sound.
Assuage (v) :- to cause to be less brutal, rough, or serious, as fervor, craving, torment, or illness.
Astringent (adj) :- cruel in air or character.
Astute (adj) :- sharp in acumen.
Atheism (n) :- the forswearing of the presence of god.
Athirst (adj) :- needing water.
Athwart (adv) :- from side to side.
Atomizer (n) :- a contraption for decreasing a fluid to a fine splash, concerning cleansing, inward breath, and so forth
Atone (v) :- to present appropriate reparations in light of.
Atonement (n) :- corrects, reparation, or appeasement produced using incorrectly or injury.
Atrocious (adj) :- ridiculously or wantonly underhanded, criminal, disgusting, or coldblooded.
Atrocity (n) :- extraordinary remorselessness or crazy fiendishness.
Attache (n) :- a subordinate individual from a strategic international safe haven.
Attest (v) :- to affirm as exact, certified, or valid.
Attorney-general (n) :- the main law-official of an administration.
Auburn (adj) :- ruddy earthy colored, said normally of the hair.
Audacious (adj) :- courageous.
Audible (adj) :- sufficiently noisy to be heard.
Audition (n) :- the demonstration or vibe of hearing.
Auditory (adj) :- of or relating to hearing or the organs or feeling of hearing.
Augment (v) :- to make greater.
Augur (v) :- to foresee.
Augustinian (adj) :- relating to St. Augustine, his regulations, or the strict requests shouted toward him.
Aura (n) :- unavoidable clairvoyant impact expected to exude from people
Aural (adj) :- of or relating to the ear.
Auricle (n) :- one of the two offices of the heart which gets the blood from the veins.
Auricular (adj) :- of or relating to the ear, its auricle, or the feeling of hearing.
Auriferous (adj) :- containing gold.
Aurora (n) :- a radiant marvel in the upper locales of the air.
Auspice (n) :- preferring, ensuring, or hopeful impact or direction.
Austere (adj) :- seriously basic; unadorned.
Autarchy (n) :- unhindered force.
Authentic (adj) :- of undisputed source.
Authenticity (n) :- the state or nature of being veritable, or of the inception and origin asserted.
Autobiography (n) :- a mind-blowing tale composed without anyone else.
Autocracy (n) :- supreme government.
Autocrat (n) :- anyone who asserts or employs unhindered or undisputed power or impact.
Automaton (n) :- any living being whose activities are or seem, by all accounts, to be automatic or mechanical.
Autonomous (adj) :- self-overseeing.
Autonomy (n) :- self-government.
Autopsy (n) :- the assessment of a dead body by analyzation to determine the reason for death.
Autumnal (adj) :- of or relating to pre-winter.
Auxiliary (n) :- one who or that which helps or aides, particularly when viewed as auxiliary or adornment.
Avalanche (n) :- the fall or sliding of a mass of day off ice down a mountain-incline, frequently holding on for it rock.
Avarice (n) :- energy for getting and keeping wealth.
Aver (v) :- to state as a reality.
Averse (adj) :- hesitant.
Aversion (n) :- a state of mind of fixed resistance to or aversion of some specific thing.
Avert (v) :- to dismiss or aside.
Aviary (n) :- a roomy pen or walled in area in which live winged animals are kept.
Avidity (n) :- ravenousness.
Avocation (n) :- preoccupation.
Avow (v) :- to proclaim transparently.
Awaken (v) :- to excite, as feeling, intrigue, or something like that.
Awry (adv) (adj) :- out of the correct structure, course, or position.
Aye (adv) :- a declaration of consent.
Azalea (n) :- a blooming bush.
Azure (n) :- the shade of the sky.
Bacterium (n) :- A microorganism.
Badger (v) :- To hassle.
Baffle (v) :- To thwart or disappoint.
Bailiff (n) :- An official of court having guardianship of detainees under arraignment.
Baize (n) :- A solitary hued snoozed woolen texture utilized for table covers, blinds, and so forth
Bale (n) :- A huge bundle arranged for transportation or capacity.
Baleful (adj) :- Threatening.
Ballad (n) :- Any well-known account sonnet, frequently with epic subject and as a rule in verse structure.
Balsam (n) :- A clinical readiness, fragrant and sleek, utilized for recuperating.
Banal (adj) :- Typical.
Barcarole (n) :- A vessel melody of venetian gondoliers.
Barograph (n) :- An instrument that registers graphically and consistently the air pressure.
Barometer (n) :- An instrument for demonstrating the climatic weight per unit of surface.
Barring (prep) :- Aside from.
Baritone (adj) :- Having a register higher than bass and lower than tenor.
Bask (v) :- To make warm by agreeable warmth.
Bass (adj) :- Low in tone or compass.
Baste (v) :- To cover with dissolved fat, sauce, while cooking.
Baton (n) :- An official staff borne either as a weapon or as a symbol of power or benefit.
Battalion(n) :- A collection of infantry made out of at least two organizations, shaping an aspect of a regiment.
Batten (n) :- A thin portion of wood.
Batter (n) :- A thick fluid blend of at least two materials beaten together, to be utilized in cookery.
Bauble (n) :- A knickknack.
Bawl (v) :- To announce by objection.
Beatify (v) :- To make especially glad.
Beatitude (n) :- Any condition of extraordinary satisfaction.
Beau (n) :- An escort or darling.
Becalm (v) :- To make calm.
Beck (v) :- To give a sign to, by gesture or motion.
Bedaub (v) :- To spread over, similarly as with something sleek or clingy.
Bedeck (v) :- To cover with trimming.
Bedlam (n) :- Crazy house.
Befog (v) :- To befuddle.
Befriend (v) :- To be a companion to, particularly when out of luck.
Beget (v) :- To deliver by sexual contact.
Begrudge (v) :- To begrudge one of the ownership of.
Belate (v) :- To defer past the best possible hour.
Belay (v) :- To make quick, as a rope, by twisting cycle a projection.
Belie (v) :- To distort.
Believe (v) :- To acknowledge as obvious on the declaration or authority of others.
Belittle (v) :- To criticize.
Belle (n) :- A lady who is a focal point of fascination as a result of her excellence, achievements, and so forth
Bellicose (adj) :- Warlike.
Belligerent (adj) :- Showing a warlike soul.
Bemoan (v) :- To mourn
Benediction (n) :- A serious conjuring of the awesome gift.
Benefactor (n) :- A practitioner of compassionate and beneficent acts.
Benefice (n) :- A congregation office blessed with assets or property for the support of heavenly assistance.
Beneficent (adj) :- Portrayed by noble cause and benevolence.
Beneficial (adj) :- Supportive.
Beneficiary (n) :- One who is legally qualified for the benefits and continues of a bequest or property.
Benefit (n) :- Accommodating outcome.
Benevolence (n) :- Any thoughtful gesture or well-doing.
Benevolent (adj) :- Adoring others and effectively covetous of their prosperity.
Benign (adj) :- Great and sort of heart.
Benignant (adj) :- Big-hearted in feeling, character, or viewpoint.
Benignity (n) :- Graciousness of feeling, attitude, or way.
Benison (n) :- Gift.
Bequeath (v) :- To give by will.
Bereave (v) :- To make ruined with forlornness and sorrow.
Berth (n) :- A bunk or bed in a vessel, resting vehicle, and so forth
Beseech (v) :- To entreat.
Beset (v) :- To assault on all sides.
Besmear (v) :- To spread over, similarly as with any sleek or clingy substance.
Bestial (adj) :- Creature.
Bestrew (v) :- To sprinkle or spread with things flung.
Bestride (v) :- To get or sit upon on the back of, as a pony.
Bethink (v) :- To remind oneself.
Betide (v) :- To happen to or occur for.
Betimes ad(v) :- In great season or time.
Betroth (v) :- To connect with to wed.
Betrothal (n) :- Commitment to wed.
Bevel (n) :- Any tendency of two surfaces other than 90 degrees.
Bewilder (v) :- To confound the recognitions or judgment of.
Bibliomania (n) :- The energy for gathering books.
Bibliography (n) :- A rundown of the expressions of a creator, or the writing bearing on a specific subject.
Bibliophile (n) :- One who cherishes books.
Bibulous (adj) :- Enamored with drinking.
Bide (v) :- To anticipate.
Biennial (n) :- A plant that produces leaves and roots the principal year and blossoms and organic product the second.
Bier (n) :- A flat structure with two handles at each end for keeping a carcass a secret forever.
Bigamist (n) :- One who has two companions simultaneously.
Bigamy (n) :- The wrongdoing of wedding some other individual while having a legitimate companion living.
Bight (n) :- A marginally subsiding inlet between headlands, framed by a long bend of a coast-line.
Bilateral (adj) :- Two-sided.
Bilingual (adj) :- Communicating in two dialects.
Biograph (n) :- A bibliographical sketch or notice.
Biography (n) :- A composed record of one’s life, activities, and character.
Biology (n) :- The study of everyday routine or experiencing life forms.
Biped (n) :- A creature having two feet.
Birthright (n) :- A benefit or ownership into which one is conceived.
Bitterness (n) :- Acridity, with regards to the taste.
Blase (adj) :- Satiated with joy.
Blaspheme (v) :- To enjoy profane vows.
Blatant (adj) :- Boisterously or unpalatably noisy or raucous.
Blaze (n) :- A clear gleaming fire.
Blazon (v) :- To make broadly or by and large known.
Bleak (adj) :- Barren.
Blemish (n) :- An imprint that damages excellence.
Blithe (adj) :- Happy.
Blithesome (adj) :- Chipper.
Blockade (n) :- The quieting down of a town, a wilderness, or a line of coast by threatening powers.
Boatswain (n) :- A subordinate official of a vessel, who has general charge of the apparatus, secures, and so on
Bodice (n) :- A ladies’ elaborate girdle molded bound abdomen.
Bodily (adj) :- Bodily.
Boisterous (adj) :- Unchecked joy or creature spirits.
Bole (n) :- The storage compartment or body of a tree.
Bolero (n) :- A Spanish move, illustrative of the enthusiasm of adoration, joined by station nets and singing.
Boll (n) :- A round case or seed-container, as a flax or cotton.
Bolster (v) :- To help, as something incorrectly.
Bomb (n) :- An empty shot containing a touchy material.
Bombard (v) :- To attack with any rocket or with harsh discourse.
Bombardier (n) :- An individual who has charge of mortars, bombs, and shells.
Bombast (n) :- Expanded or lavish language, particularly on immaterial subjects.
Boorish (adj) :- Impolite.
Bore (v) :- To tired by repetitiveness or bluntness.
Borough (n) :- A consolidated town or town.
Bosom (n) :- The bosom or the upper front of the chest of a person, particularly of a lady.
Botanical (adj) :- Associated with the investigation or development of plants.
Botanize (v) :- To consider vegetation.
Botany (n) :- The science that treats of plants.
Bountiful (adj) :- Demonstrating wealth.
Bowdlerize (v) :- To expurgate in altering (a scholarly organization) by precluding words or sections.
Bowler (n) :- In cricket, the player who conveys the ball.
Boycott (v) :- To put the items or product of under a boycott.
Brae (n) :- Slope.
Braggart (n) :- A vain braggart.
Brandish (v) :- To wave, shake, or prosper victoriously or disobediently, as a blade or lance.
Bravado (n) :- A forceful showcase of intensity.
Bravo (interj) :- Very much done.
Bray (n) :- An uproarious unforgiving sound, as the call of an ass or the impact of a horn.
Braze (v) :- To make of or trimming with metal.
Brazier (n) :- An open dish or bowl for holding live coals.
Breach (n) :- The infringement of authentic obligation, legal right, or a lawful commitment.
Breaker (n) :- One who trains ponies, canines, and so on
Breech (n) :- The rear end.
Brethren (n) :- Individuals from a fellowship, gild, calling, affiliation, or something like that.
Brevity (n) :- Brevity of span.
Bric-a-brac (n) :- Objects of interest or for enhancement.
Bridle (n) :- The head-saddle of a pony comprising of a head-slow down, a piece, and the reins.
Brigade (n) :- An assortment of troops comprising of at least two regiments.
Brigadier (n) :- General official who orders a unit, positioning between a colonel and a significant general.
Brigand (n) :- One who lives by theft and loot.
Brimstone (n) :- Sulfur.
Brine (n) :- Water immersed with salt.
Bristle (n) :- One of the coarse, firm hairs of pig: utilized in brush-production, and so forth
Britannia (n) :- The united kingdom of great Britain.
Briticism (n) :- A word, colloquialism, or expression normal for great Britain or the british.
Brittle (adj) :- Delicate.
Broach (v) :- To make reference to, unexpectedly.
Broadcast (adj) :- Spread all over.
Brogan (n) :- A coarse, substantial shoe.
Brogue (n) :- Any argument way to express English, particularly that of the Irish public.
Brokerage (n) :- The matter of making deals and buys for a commission; a dealer.
Bromine (n) :- A dull ruddy earthy colored, non-metallic fluid component with a stifling scent.
Bronchitis (n) :- Aggravation of the bronchial cylinders.
Bronchus (n) :- Both of the two regions of the windpipe passing on air into the lungs.
Brooch (n) :- An article of gems attached by a pivoted pin and snare on the underside.
Brotherhood (n) :- Otherworldly or social association or solidarity.
Browbeat (v) :- To overpower, or endeavor to do as such, by harsh, haughty, or discourteous location or way.
Brusque (adj) :- To some degree unpleasant or impolite in way or discourse.
Buffoon (n) :- A comedian.
Buffoonery (n) :- Low buffoonery, coarse jokes, and so forth
Bulbous (adj) :- Of, or relating to, or like a bulb.
Bullock (n) :- A bull.
Bulrush (n) :- Any of different tall surge like plants filling in soggy ground or water.
Bulwark (n) :- Anything that gives security or protection.
Bumper (n) :- A cup or glass filled to the edge, particularly one to be tanked as a toast or wellbeing.
Bumptious (adj) :- Loaded with hostile and forceful self-arrogance.
Bungle (v) :- To execute cumbersomely.
Buoyancy (n) :- Force or inclination to drift on or in a fluid or gas.
Buoyant (adj) :- Having the force or inclination to buoy or keep above water.
Bureau (n) :- A dresser for garments, and so on.
Bureaucracy (n) :- Government by divisions of men executing specific parts of public business.
Burgess (n) :- In frontier times, an individual from the lower place of the governing body of Maryland or Virginia.
Burgher (n) :- An occupant, resident or freeman of a district burgh, or corporate town.
Burnish (v) :- To make splendid or sparkling.
Bursar (n) :- A financier.
Bustle (v) :- To rush.
Butt (v) :- To hit with or similarly as with the head, or horns.
Butte (n) :- An obvious slope, low mountain, or normal turret, for the most part confined.
Buttress (n) :- Any help or prop.
By-law (n) :- A standard or law embraced by an affiliation, an enterprise, or something like that.
Cabal (n) :- Various people subtly joined for affecting by interest some private reason.
Cabalism (n) :- Eccentric dedication to one’s religion.
Cabinet (n) :- The assortment of men establishing the official counselors of the chief top of a country.
Cacophony (n) :- An unpalatable, brutal, or harsh sound or mix of sounds or tones.
Cadaverous (adj) :- Looking like a cadaver.
Cadence (n) :- Rhythmical or estimated stream or development, as in verse or the time and movement of walking troops.
Cadenza (n) :- A frivolity or thrive, arranged or extemporized, for a performance voice or instrument.
Caitiff (adj) :- Fainthearted.
Cajole (v) :- To force on or trick by complimenting discourse.
Cajolery (n) :- Deceptive discourse.
Calculable (adj) :- That might be assessed by retribution.
Calculus (n) :- A solidification framed in different pieces of the body taking after a rock in hardness.
Callosity (n) :- The condition of being hard and apathetic.
Callow (adj) :- Without experience of the world.
Calorie (n) :- Measure of warmth expected to raise the temperature of 1 kilogram of water 1 degree centigrade.
Calumny (n) :- Defamation.
Calvary (n) :- Where Christ was killed.
Calvinism (n) :- The arrangement of principle instructed by john Calvin.
Calvinize (v) :- To educate or pervade with the precepts of Calvinism.
Came (n) :- A heavy scarf bar or notched strip for securing sheets in recolored glass windows.
Cameo (n) :- Any little engraved or cut work in alleviation.
Campaign (n) :- A total arrangement of associated military activities.
Canaanite (n) :- An individual from one of the three clans that stayed in the place where there is Canaan, or western Palestine.
Canary (adj) :- Of a brilliant however fragile yellow.
Candid (adj) :- Clear.
Candor (n) :- The nature of straightforwardness or frankness.
Canine (adj) :- Normal for a canine.
Canon (n) :- Any standard or law.
Cant (v) :- To talk in a tiresome, lecturing tone with influenced seriousness.
Cantata (n) :- A choral synthesis.
Daring (adj) :- Challenger, brave.
Darkling (adv) :- Aimlessly.
Darwinism (n) :- The principle that regular determination has been the prime reason for advancement of higher structures.
Dastard (n) :- A base defeatist, coward.
Datum (n) :- A reason, beginning stage, or given certainty.
Dauntless (adj) :- Dauntless.
Day-man (n) :- A day-worker.
Dead-heat (n) :- A race in which at least two contenders come out even, and there is no champ.
Dearth (n) :- Shortage, as of something standard, basic, or attractive.
Death’s-head (n) :- A human skull as an image of death.
Debase (v) :- To bring down in character or excellence.
Debatable (adj) :- Subject to conflict or contest.
Debonair (adj) :- Having delicate or considerate bearing or way.
Debut (n) :- A first appearance in the public eye or on the stage.
Decagon (n) :- A figure with ten sides and ten points.
Decagram (n) :- A load of 10 grams.
Decaliter (n) :- A fluid and dry proportion of 10 liters.
Decalogue (n) :- The ten instructions.
Decameron (n) :- A volume comprising of ten sections or books.
Decameter (n) :- A length of ten meters.
Decamp (v) :- To leave out of nowhere or out of the blue.
Decapitate (v) :- To guillotine.
Decapod (adj) :- Ten-footed or ten-furnished.
Decasyllable (n) :- A line of ten syllables.
Deceit (n) :- Lie.
Deceitful (adj) :- Fake.
Deceive (v) :- To misdirect by or as by deception.
Decency (n) :- Moral wellness.
Decent (adj) :- Portrayed by legitimacy of lead, discourse, habits, or dress.
Deciduous (adj) :- Tumbling off at development as petals in the wake of blossoming, natural product when ready, and so on
Decimal (adj) :- Established on the number 10.
Decimate (v) :- To annihilate a quantifiable or huge extent of.
Decipher (v) :- To discover the genuine words or significance of, as something barely decipherable.
Decisive (ad) :- Convincing.
Declamation (n) :- A discourse recounted or expected for recitation from memory openly.
Declamatory (adj) :- A full and formal style of articulation.
Declarative (adj) :- Containing a formal, positive, or unequivocal explanation or assertion.
Declension (n) :- The difference in endings in things and (adj) :- To communicate their various relations of sex.
Decorate (v) :- To decorate.
Decorous (adj) :- Reasonable for the event or conditions.
Decoy (n) :- Anything that appeals, or is proposed to charms into potential harm or allurement.
Decrepit (adj) :- Enfeebled, as by mature age or some ongoing illness.
Dedication (n) :- The deliberate sanctification or surrender of something to an end or cause.
Deduce (v) :- To infer or make as a determination by thinking from given premises or standards.
Deface (v) :- To damage or distort the face or outer surface of.
Defalcate (v) :- To remove off or take, as a piece of something.
Defamation (n) :- Malevolent and unfounded injury done to the notoriety or great name of another.
Defame (v) :- To criticize.
Default (n) :- The disregard or exclusion of a lawful necessity.
Defendant (n) :- An individual against whom a suit is brought.
Defensible (adj) :- Fit for being kept up or supported.
Earnest (adj) :- Vigorous in soul and discourse.
Earthenware (n) :- Anything made of mud and heated in an oven or dried in the sun.
Eatable (adj) :- Good to eat.
Ebullient (adj) :- Indicating excitement or thrill of feeling.
Eccentric (adj) :- Exceptional.
Eccentricity (n) :- Idiosyncrasy.
Eclipse (n) :- The hindrance of a glorious body by its going into the shadow of another body.
Economize (v) :- To spend sparingly.
Ecstasy (n) :- Happy energy or magnification.
Ecstatic (adj) :- Delighted.
Edible (adj) :- Reasonable to be eaten, palatable.
Edict (n) :- That which is expressed or broadcasted by power when in doubt of activity.
Edify (v) :- To develop, or fortify, particularly in ethics or religion.
Editorial (n) :- An article in a periodical composed by the manager and distributed as an official contention.
Educe (v) :- To draw out.
Efface (v) :- To devastate.
Effect (n) :- An outcome.
Effective (adj) :- Fit for an ordained reason.
Effectual (adj) :- Proficient.
Effeminacy (n) :- Womanishness.
Effeminate (adj) :- Having womanish attributes or characteristics.
Effervesce (v) :- To rise.
Effervescent (adj) :- Radiating air pockets of gas.
Effete (adj) :- Depleted, as having played out its capacities.
Efficacious (adj) :- Successful.
Efficacy (n) :- The ability to create a planned impact as appeared in its creation.
Efficiency (n) :- The condition of having satisfactory expertise or information for the exhibition of an obligation.
Efficient (adj) :- Having and practicing the ability to deliver impacts or results.
Efflorescence (n) :- The condition of being colorful, or a fancy appearance.
Efflorescent (adj) :- Opening in blossom.
Effluvium (n) :- A toxic or sick smelling exhalation from rotting or festering matter.
Effrontery (n) :- Cheeky rudeness.
Effulgence (n) :- Wonder.
Effuse (v) :- To pour forward.
Facet (n) :- One of the little three-sided plane surfaces of a precious stone or other jewel.
Facetious (adj) :- Entertaining.
Facial (adj) :- Relating to the face.
Facile (adj) :- Not hard to do.
Facilitate (v) :- To make all the simpler.
Facility (n) :- Straightforwardness.
Facsimile (n) :- A precise or proliferation.
Faction (n) :- Various people joined for a typical reason.
Factious (adj) :- Fierce.
Fallacious (adj) :- Nonsensical.
Fallacy (n) :- Any weak or deceptive method of thinking, or anything dependent on such thinking.
Fallible (adj) :- Fit for failing.
Fallow (n) :- Land separated and left to turn out to be smooth or to rest.
Famish (v) :- To endure furthest point of craving or thirst.
Fanatic (n) :- A strict radical.
Fancier (n) :- One having a desire for or enthusiasm for extraordinary articles.
Fanciless (adj) :- Dull.
Fastidious (adj) :- Difficult to please.
Fathom (n) :- A proportion of length, 6 feet.
Fatuous (adj) :- Bonehead
Faulty (adj) :- Defective.
Faun (n) :- One of a class of divinities of the forested areas and groups spoke to as half human, with goats feet.
Fawn (n) :- A youthful deer.
Fealty (n) :- Devotion.
Feasible (adj) :- That might be done, performed, or affected; practicable.
Federate (v) :- To class together.
Feint (n) :- Any trick, misrepresentation, or misleading development.
Felicitate (v) :- To wish bliss or joy to, particularly considering a coming occasion.
Felicity (n) :- A condition of all around established satisfaction.
Felon (n) :- A crook or debased individual.
Gauge (n) :- An instrument for estimating.
Gaiety (n) :- Merriment.
Gaily (adv) :- Happily.
Gait (n) :- Carriage of the body in going.
Gallant (adj) :- Having a bold or valiant soul.
Galore (adj) :- Bountiful.
Galvanic (adj) :- Relating or identifying with power delivered by synthetic activity.
Galvanism (n) :- Flow power, particularly that emerging from compound activity.
Galvanize (v) :- To pervade with life or liveliness.
Gamble (v) :- To hazard cash or other belonging on an occasion, possibility, or possibility.
Gambol (n) :- Lively jumping or searching.
Gamester (n) :- A speculator.
Gamut (n) :- The entire reach or succession.
Garnish (v) :- In cookery, to encompass with increases for adornment.
Habitable (adj) :- Fit to be abided in.
Habitant (n) :- Occupant.
Habitual (adj) :- As indicated by common practice.
Habitude (n) :- Standard connection or affiliation.
Hackney (v) :- To make old or worn out by reiteration.
Haggard (adj) :- Worn and thin in appearance.
Halcyon (adj) :- Quiet.
Hale (adj) :- Of sound and lively wellbeing.
Handwriting (n) :- Penmanship.
Hanger-on (n) :- A parasite.
Happy-go-lucky (adj) :- Cheerful.
Harangue (n) :- An outburst.
Harass (v) :- To issue with insistences, cares, or inconveniences.
Harbinger (n) :- One who or that which foreruns and declares the happening to someone or something.
Hard-hearted (adj) :- Lacking compassion or compassion.
Hardihood (n) :- Silly challenging.
Harmonious (adj) :- Concordant in sound.
Havoc (n) :- Annihilation.
Hawthorn (n) :- A prickly bush a lot of utilized in England for supports.
Hazard (n) :- Danger.
Head first (adv) :- Precipitately, as in jumping.
Head foremost (adv) :- Precipitately, as in jumping.
Heartrending (adj) :- Extremely discouraging.
Heathenish (adj) :- Skeptical.
Heedless (adj) :- Neglectful.
Heifer (n) :- Youthful dairy animals.
Ichthyic (adj) :- Fish-like.
Ichthyology (n) :- The part of zoology that treats of fishes.
Ichthyosaurs (n) :- A fossil reptile.
Icily (adv) :- Chillingly.
Iciness (n) :- The condition of being frosty.
Icon (n) :- A picture or similarity.
Iconoclast (n) :- A picture breaker.
Idealize (v) :- To make to adjust to some psychological or nonexistent norm.
Idiom (n) :- An utilization of words impossible to miss to a specific language.
Idiosyncrasy (n) :- A psychological quality or propensity impossible to miss to a person.
Idolize (v) :- To respect with extreme love or deference.
Ignoble (adj) :- Low in character or reason.
Ignominious (adj) :- Dishonorable.
Iliad (n) :- A Greek epic sonnet portraying scenes from the attack of Troy.
Illegal (adj) :- Not as per law.
Illegible (adj) :- Undecipherable.
Illegitimate (adj) :- Unlawfully sired.
Illiberal (adj) :- Miserly.
Illicit (adj) :- Unlawful.
Illimitable (adj) :- Vast.
Illiterate (adj) :- Having almost no book-learning.
Ill-natured (adj) :- Morose, surly
Jargon (n) :- special words, indiscernible discourse or profoundly specialized discourse.
Jaundice (n) :- A dreary condition, because of hindered discharge of bile or portrayed by yellowing of the skin.
Jeopardize (v) :- To endanger.
Jingo (n) :- One of a gathering in Great Britain for vivacious and definite international strategy.
Jocose (adj) :- Done or made jokingly.
Jocular (adj) :- Slanted to joke.
Joggle (n) :- An unexpected sporadic shake or a push causing such a shake.
Journalize (v) :- To keep a journal.
Jovial (adj) :- Joyful.
Jubilation (n) :- Jubilee.
Judgment (n) :- The personnel by the activity of which a conscious end is reached.
Judicature (n) :- Dispersion and organization of equity by preliminary and judgment.
Judicial (adj) :- Relating to the organization of equity.
Judiciary (n) :- That branch of government which manages the law identifying with common and criminal equity.
Judicious (adj) :- Judicious.
Juggle (v) :- To play stunts of skillful deception.
Jugglery (n) :- The craftsmanship or practice of skillful deception.
Jugular (adj) :- Relating to the throat.
Juicy (adj) :- Delicious.
Junction (n) :- The state of being joined.
Juncture (n) :- An enunciation, joint, or crease.
Junta (n) :- A chamber or gathering that thinks covertly upon the issues of government.
Juridical (adj) :- Accepted by law to exist.
Jurisdiction (n) :- Legal force or option to practice official power.
Jurisprudence (n) :- The study of rights as per positive law.
Juror (n) :- One who serves on a jury or is confirmed for jury obligation in an official courtroom.
Joust (v) :- To take part in a tilt with spears riding a horse.
Justification (n) :- Vindication.
Juvenile (adj) :- Normal for youth.
Juxtapose (v) :- To put near one another.
Keepsake (n) :- Anything kept or given to be saved for the provider.
Kerchief (n) :- A square of cloth, silk, or other material, utilized as a covering for the head or neck.
Kernel (n) :- A seed or a grain.
Kiln (n) :- A broiler or heater for preparing, consuming, or drying mechanical items.
Kiloliter (n) :- 1,000 liters.
Kilometer (n) :- A length of 1,000 meters.
Kilowatt (n) :- 1,000 watts.
Kimono (n) :- A free robe, securing with a scarf, the important external article of clothing in japan.
Kind-hearted (adj) :- Having a sort and thoughtful nature.
Kingling (n) :- A trivial ruler.
Kingship (n) :- Illustrious state.
Kinsfolk (n) :- Pl. Family members.
Knavery (n) :- Misdirection in managing.
Knead (v) :- To blend and work into a homogeneous mass, particularly with the hands.
Knickknack (n) :- A little article, more for trimming that utilization.
Knight deviant/errant (n) :- One of the meandering knights who in the medieval times went forward looking for experience.
Lacerate (v) :- To tear discourteously or shoddily.
Lackadaisical (adj) :- Drowsy.
Lactation (n) :- The discharge of milk.
Lacteal (adj) :- Smooth.
Lactic (adj) :- Relating to drain.
Laddie (n) :- A chap.
Ladle (n) :- A cup-molded vessel with a long handle, planned for plunging up and pouring fluids.
Laggard (adj) :- Falling behind.
Landholder (n) :- Landowner.
Landowner (n) :- A man who possesses and lets an apartment or apartments.
Landmark (n) :- A natural item in the scene filling in as a manual for a region in any case effectively forgot about.
Landscape (n) :- A rustic view, particularly one of pleasant impact, as observed from a good ways or a rise.
Languid (adj) :- Loose.
Languor (n) :- Faintness of body or misery.
Lapse (n) :- A slight deviation based on what is correct, appropriate, or just.
Lascivious (adj) :- Indecent.
Lassie (n) :- A little young lady.
Latent (adj) :- Lethargic.
Latency (n) :- The condition of being lethargic.
Later (adv) :- At a resulting time.
Lateral (adj) :- Coordinated toward the side.
Latish (adj) :- Or maybe late.
Lattice (n) :- Openwork of metal or wood, shaped by intersection or interweaving strips or bars.
Laud (v) :- To adulate in words or melody.
Laudable (adj) :- Excellent.
Laudation (n) :- High recognition.
Laudatory (adj) :- Relating to, communicating, or containing acclaim.
Laundress (n) :- Washerwoman.
Laureate (adj) :- Delegated with tree, as a characteristic of differentiation.
Lave (v) :- To wash or wash.
Lawgiver (n) :- A lawmaker.
Lawmaker (n) :- An administrator.
Lax (adj) :- Not tough or enthusiastic.
Laxative (adj) :- Having capacity to open or slacken the insides.
Lea (n) :- An area or field.
Macadamize (v) :- To cover or clear, as a way or street, with little broken stone.
Machinery (n) :- The pieces of a machine or motor, taken on the whole.
Machinist (n) :- One who makes or fixes machines, or uses metal-working devices.
Macrocosm (n) :- The entire of any circle or branch of nature or information to which man is connected.
Madden (v) :- To aggravate with enthusiasm.
Madonna (n) :- A painted or formed portrayal of the virgin, typically with the newborn child Jesus.
Magician (n) :- An alchemist.
Magisterial (adj) :- Having a quality of power.
Magistracy (n) :- The workplace or respect of an officer.
Magnanimous (adj) :- Liberal in treating or making a decision about others.
Magnate (n) :- An individual of rank or significance.
Magnet (n) :- A body having that exceptional type of extremity found in nature in the lodestone.
Magnetize (v) :- To make a magnet of, forever, or incidentally.
Magnificence (n) :- The show of significance of activity, character, keenness, riches, or influence.
Magnificent (adj) :- Amazing or glorious in appearance, quality, or activity.
Magnitude (n) :- Significance.
Maharaja (n) :- An extraordinary Hindu sovereign.
Maidenhood (n) :- Virginity.
Maintain (v) :- To hold or save in a specific state or condition.
Maintenance (n) :- That which underpins or supports.
Maize (n) :- Indian corn: ordinarily in the united states called basically corn.
Makeup (n) :- The courses of action or blend of the pieces of which anything is created.
Malady (n) :- Any physical infection or turmoil, particularly an ongoing or profound situated one.
Malaria (n) :- A fever described by exchanging chills, fever, and perspiring.
Malcontent (n) :- One who is disappointed with the current situation.
Malediction (n) :- The calling down of a revile or reviles.
Malefactor (n) :- One who harms another.
Maleficent (adj) :- Devilish.
Malevolence (n) :- Malevolence.
Malevolent (adj) :- Wishing evil to other people.
Malign (v) :- To talk evil of, particularly to do so dishonestly and harshly.
Malignant (adj) :- Evil in nature or having a tendency to do incredible damage or naughtiness.
Malleable (adj) :- Malleable.
Mallet (n) :- A wooden sledge.
Maltreat (v) :- To treat sick, horribly, generally, or oppressively.
Man-trap (n) :- A spot or structure risky to human life.
Mandate (n) :- An order.
Mandatory (adj) :- Expressive of positive order, as recognized from just index.
Mane (n) :- The long hair developing upon and about the neck of specific creatures, as the pony and the lion.
Man-eater (n) :- A creature that eats up individuals.
Maneuver (v) :- To cause competent or sly moves: to oversee undertakings by system.
Mania (n) :- Craziness.
Maniac (n) :- An individual raving with franticness.
Manifesto (n) :- A public statement, making declaration, clarification or safeguard of goals, or intentions.
Manlike (adj) :- Like a man.
Manliness (n) :- The characteristics normal for a genuine man, as grit, goal, and so forth
Mannerism (n) :- Steady or unreasonable adherence to one way, style, or eccentricity, as of activity or direct.
Manor (n) :- The landed home of a ruler or aristocrat.
Mantel (n) :- The confronting, at times luxuriously ornamented, about a chimney, including the standard rack above it.
Mantle (n) :- A shroud.
Manufacturer (n) :- An individual occupied with assembling as a business.
Manumission (n) :- Liberation.
Manumit (v) :- To liberate from servitude.
Marine (adj) :- Of or relating to the ocean or matters associated with the ocean.
Maritime (adj) :- Arranged on or close to the ocean.
Maroon (v) :- To put aground and desert (an individual) on a ruined coast or island.
Martial (adj) :- Relating to war or military tasks.
Martian (adj) :- Relating to mars, either the roman divine force of war or the planet.
Martyrdom (n) :- Accommodation to death or mistreatment for confidence or rule.
Marvel (v) :- To be flabbergasted and bewildered in view of (something).
Nameless (adj) :- Having no notoriety or notoriety.
Naphtha (n) :- A light, dry, unstable, inflammable oil utilized as a dissolvable, as in assembling of paints.
Narcissus (n) :- The child of the Athenian waterway god Cepheus, legendary to have experienced passionate feelings for his appearance.
Narrate (v) :- To recount a story.
Narration (n) :- The demonstration of relating the specifics of an occasion in the request for time or event.
Narrative (n) :- A deliberate constant record of the progressive specifics of an occasion.
Narrator (n) :- One who describes anything.
Narrow-minded (adj) :- Portrayed by biased perspectives or suppositions.
Nasal (adj) :- Relating to the nose.
Natal (adj) :- Relating to one’s introduction to the world.
Nationality (n) :- An association with a specific country.
Naturally (adv) :- As indicated by the typical request of things.
Nausea (n) :- A love of the stomach creating wooziness and generally a motivation to upchuck
Nauseate (v) :- To cause to hate.
Nauseous (adj) :- Odious.
Nautical (adj) :- Relating to ships, sailors, or route.
Naval (adj) :- Relating to ships.
Navel (n) :- The downturn on the mid-region where the umbilical rope of the embryo was appended.
Navigable (adj) :- Equipped for business route.
Navigate (v) :- To cross by transport.
Nebula (n) :- A vaporous assemblage of disorderly heavenly substance.
Necessary (adj) :- Irreplaceably essential or totally expected to achieve an ideal outcome.
Necessitate (v) :- To deliver essential.
Oakum (n) :- Hemp-fiber acquired by untwisting and selecting freely the yarns of old hemp rope.
Obdurate (adj) :- Indifferent to sentiments of humankind or pity.
Obelisk (n) :- A square shaft with pyramidal top, generally fantastic or memorial.
Obese (adj) :- Really fat.
Obesity (n) :- Unreasonable heftiness.
Obituary (adj) :- A distributed notification of a passing.
Objective (adj) :- Getting a handle on and speaking to realities as they seem to be.
Objector (n) :- One who objects, regarding a recommendation, measure, or running the show.
Obligate (v) :- To hold to the satisfaction of obligation.
Obligatory (adj) :- Official in law or soul.
Oblique (adj) :- Inclining; said of lines.
Obliterate (v) :- To cause to vanish.
Oblivion (n) :- The condition of having dropped of the memory or of being totally overlooked.
Oblong (adj) :- Longer than wide: applied most normally to rectangular articles impressively stretched
Obnoxious (adj) :- Abhorrent.
Obsequies (n) :- Memorial service rituals.
Obsequious (adj) :- Indicating a subservient availability to fall in with the desires or will of another.
Observance (n) :- A conventional structure or standard act.
Observant (adj) :- Fast to take note.
Observatory (n) :- A structure intended for precise galactic perceptions.
Obsolescence (n) :- The condition or cycle of slowly falling into neglect.
Obsolescent (adj) :- Dropping of utilization, as a word.
Obsolete (adj) :- Not, at this point rehearsed or acknowledged.
Obstetrician (n) :- An expert of birthing assistance.
Obstetrics (n) :- The part of clinical science worried about the treatment and care of ladies during pregnancy.
Obstinacy (n) :- Difficult adherence to conclusion, emerging from pride or the longing to have one’s own specific manner.
Obstreperous (adj) :- Rambunctious.
Obstruct (v) :- To load up with obstructions in order to forestall entry, either entirely or to some extent.
Obstruction (n) :- Prevention.
Obtrude (v) :- To be pushed or to drive oneself into unjustifiable noticeable quality.
Obtrusive (adj) :- Having a tendency to be pushed or to drive oneself into unnecessary conspicuousness.
Obvert (v) :- To turn the front or chief side of (a thing) toward any individual or item.
Obviate (v) :- To gather up or accommodate, as a complaint or trouble.
Occasion (n) :- A significant occasion or festivity.
Occident (n) :- The nations lying west of Asia and the Turkish domains.
Occlude (v) :- To assimilate, as a gas by a metal.
Occult (adj) :- Existing yet not quickly detectable.
Occupant (n) :- An occupant possessing property, as recognized from the genuine proprietor.
Occurrence (n) :- An occurrence.
Octagon (n) :- A figure with eight sides and eight points.
Octave (n) :- A note at this stretch above or underneath some other, considered according to that other.
Octavo (n) :- A book, or assortment of paper in which the sheets are so collapsed as to make eight leaves.
Octogenarian (adj) :- An individual of somewhere in the range of eighty and ninety years.
Ocular (adj) :- Of or relating to the eye.
Oculist (n) :- One versed or gifted in treating sicknesses of the eye.
Oddity (n) :- An unusualness.
Pacify (v) :- To bring into a quiet state.
Packet (n) :- A pack, as of letters.
Pact (n) :- A contract.
Pagan (n) :- An admirer of bogus divine beings.
Pageant (n) :- A sensational portrayal, particularly an astounding one.
Palate (n) :- The top of the mouth.
Palatial (adj) :- Wonderful.
Paleontology (n) :- The part of science that treats of antiquated life and fossil living beings.
Palette (n) :- A slim tablet, with a gap for the thumb, whereupon craftsmen lay their shadings for painting.
Palinode (n) :- A withdrawal.
Pall (v) :- To make dull by satiety.
Palliate (v) :- To cause to show up less blameworthy.
Pallid (adj) :- Of a pale or wan appearance.
Palpable (n) :- Noticeable by feeling or contact.
Palsy (n) :- Loss of motion.
Paly (adj) :- Lacking tone or brilliancy.
Pamphlet (n) :- A short composition or exposition, generally regarding a matter of current intrigue.
Pamphleteer (v) :- To create or give handouts, particularly disputable ones.
Panacea (n) :- A cure or medication proposed for or affirming to fix all infections.
Pan-American (adj) :- Counting or relating to the entire of America, both north and south.
Pandemic (adj) :- Influencing an entire people or all classes, as an infection.
Pandemonium (n) :- A savage or crazy turmoil.
Panegyric (n) :- A formal and expound tribute, composed or spoken, of an individual or of a demonstration.
Panel (n) :- A rectangular piece set in or as in a casing.
Panic (n) :- An unexpected, absurd, overwhelming apprehension.
Panoply (n) :- A full arrangement of shield.
Panorama (n) :- A progression of enormous pictures speaking to a persistent scene.
Pantheism (n) :- The love of nature for itself or its magnificence.
Pantheon (n) :- A round sanctuary at Rome with a fine Corinthian colonnade and an incredible domed rooftop.
Pantomime (n) :- Communication via gestures.
Pantoscope (n) :- An extremely wide-calculated photographic focal point.
Papacy (n) :- The official top of the roman catholic church.
Papyrus (n) :- The composing paper of the old Egyptians, and later of the romans.
Paradox (n) :- A concise story established on genuine scenes or occasions as a rule with a good.
Paragon (n) :- A model of greatness.
Parallel (v) :- To cause to compare or lie similar way and equidistant in all parts.
Parallelism (n) :- Fundamental similarity.
Paralysis (n) :- Loss of the intensity of contractility in the willful or automatic muscles.
Paralyze (v) :- To deny of the ability to act.
Paramount (adj) :- Preeminent in power.
Paramour (n) :- One who is unlawfully and indecently a sweetheart or a courtesan.
Paraphernalia (n) :- Random articles of gear or enhancement.
Paraphrase (v) :- Change words keeping the meaning same, translate.
Quackery (n) :- Deception
Quadrate (v) :- To separate into quarters.
Quadruple (v) :- Fourfold, to increase by four.
Qualification (n) :- An imperative for a work, position, right, or benefit.
Qualify (v) :- To enrich or outfit with essential capacity, character, information, ability, or assets.
Qualm (n) :- An attack of queasiness.
Quandary (n) :- A bewildering issue.
Quantity (n) :- Size.
Quarantine (n) :- The upheld disconnection of any individual or spot tainted with infectious illness.
Quarrelsome (adj) :- Irritable, contentious.
Quarter (n) :- One of four equivalent parts into which anything is or might be isolated.
Quarterly (adj) :- Happening or made at timespans months.
Quartet (n) :- A creation for four voices or four instruments.
Quarto (n) :- An eight-page paper of any size.
Quay (n) :- A wharf or counterfeit landing-place on the shore of a harbor or anticipating into it.
Querulous (adj) :- Routinely grumbling.
Query (v) :- To make request.
Queue (n) :- A document of people holding up arranged by their appearance, with respect to induction.
Quibble (n) :- An absolutely insignificant qualification or complaint.
Quiescence (n) :- Calm.
Quiescent (adj) :- Being in a condition of rest or inaction.
Quiet (adj) :- Making no commotion.
Quietus (n) :- A quieting, stifling, or finishing.
Quintessence (n) :- The most fundamental piece of anything.
Quintet (n) :- Melodic creation organized five voices or instruments.
Quite (adv) :- Completely.
Quixotic (adj) :- Gallant or sentimental to an absurd or lavish degree.
Rabid (adj) :- Influenced with rabies or hydrophobia.
Racy (adj) :- Energizing or elating to the brain.
Radiance (n) :- Splendid or shining radiance.
Radiate (v) :- To reach out every which way, as from a source or core interest.
Radical (n) :- One who holds outrageous perspectives or supporter’s extraordinary measures.
Radix (n) :- That from or on which something is created.
Raillery (n) :- Amiable parody.
Ramify (v) :- To isolate or partition into branches or developments.
Ramose (adj) :- Branch-like.
Rampant (adj) :- Developing, climbing, or running without check or restriction.
Rampart (n) :- A defense or development to contradict attack or antagonistic passage.
Rancor (n) :- Perniciousness.
Rankle (v) :- To deliver disturbance or rotting.
Rapacious (adj) :- Arranged to seize by savagery or by unlawful or eager strategies.
Rapid (adj) :- Having incredible speed.
Rapine (n) :- The demonstration of seizing and stealing away property by prevalent power, as in war.
Rapt (adj) :- Riveted, enchanted.
Raptorial (adj) :- Seizing and eating up living prey.
Ration (v) :- To furnish with a fixed remittance or bit, particularly of food.
Rationalism (n) :- The arrangement of feelings by depending upon reason alone, autonomously of power.
Raucous (adj) :- Cruel.
Ravage (v) :- To ruin by loot, rapine, eating up, or other ruinous techniques.
Ravenous (adj) :- Angrily ravenous or hungry.
Ravine (n) :- A gorge, a profound chasm or empty, particularly one worn by a stream or stream of water.
Reaction (n) :- Propensity towards a previous, or inverse situation, as after change, transformation, or expansion.
Reactionary (adj) :- Relating to, of the idea of, causing, or preferring response.
Readily (adv) :- Without protest or hesitance.
Readjust (v) :- To take care of after disarrangement.
Ready (adj) :- In a condition of readiness for some random reason or event.
Realism (n) :- Authenticity, the rule and practice of portraying people and scenes as they are accepted truly to exist.
Rearrange (v) :- To orchestrate again or in an alternate request.
Reassure (v) :- To give new certainty.
Rebellious (adj) :- Rebellious.
Rebuff (n) :- An authoritative or surprising dismissal of advances or approaches.
Rebuild (v) :- To construct again or once more.
Rebut (v) :- To contradict by contention or an adequate answer.
Recant (v) :- To pull back officially one’s faith (in something recently accepted or kept up).
Recapitulate (v) :- Summarize, to rehash the chief purposes of.
Recapture (v) :- Recover, to catch once more.
Recede (v) :- Retreat, to move back or away.
Receivable (adj) :- Fit for being or fit to be gotten – frequently cash.
Receptive (adj) :- Having the limit, quality, or capacity of getting, as certainties or impressions.
Recessive (adj) :- Tending to return.
Recidivist (n) :- An affirmed criminal.
Reciprocal (adj) :- Commonly compatible or convertible.
Reciprocate (v) :- Respond, to give and take commonly.
Reciprocity (n) :- Equivalent shared rights and advantages conceded and appreciated.
Recitation (n) :- The demonstration of recounting or rehashing, particularly out in the open and from memory.
Reck (v) :- To have a consideration or thought for.
Reckless (adj) :- Stupidly headless of peril.
Reclaim (v) :- To request or to acquire the return or rebuilding of.
Recline (v) :- To cause to expect an inclining or supine demeanor or position.
Recluse (n) :- One who lives in retirement or confinement.
Reclusory (n) :- A withdrawal.
Recognizance (n) :- An affirmation went into under the watchful eye of a court with condition to do some specific demonstration.
Recognize (v) :- To review the character of (someone or something).
Recoil (v) :- To begin back as with apprehension, hating, or fear.
Recollect (v) :- To review the information on.
Reconcilable (adj) :- Fit for being balanced or blended.
Reconnoiter (v) :- To make a starter assessment of for military, reviewing, or topographical purposes.
Reconsider (v) :- To survey with care, particularly with a view to an inversion of past activity.
Reconstruct (v) :- To build again.
Sacrifice (v) :- To make a contribution to divinity, particularly by introducing on a raised area.
Sacrificial (adj) :- Offering or offered as an expiation for transgression.
Sacrilege (n) :- The demonstration of disregarding or befouling anything consecrated.
Sacrilegious (adj) :- Offensive, irreverent.
Safeguard (v) :- Defend, to secure.
Sagacious (adj) :- Ready to observe and recognize with savvy observation.
Salacious (adj) :- Having solid sexual wants.
Salience (n) :- The state of standing apart particularly.
Salient (adj) :- Standing apart conspicuously.
Saline (adj) :- Establishing or comprising of salt.
Salutary (adj) :- Useful.
Salutation (n) :- Any type of welcome, hailing, or welcome, regardless of whether by word or act.
Salutatory (n) :- The initial discourse at the beginning in American schools.
Salvage (n) :- Any demonstration of sparing property.
Salvo (n) :- A salute given by shooting all the firearms, as at the memorial service of an official.
Sanctimonious (adj) :- Making a conspicuous showcase or dishonest affectation of sacredness or devotion.
Sanction (v) :- Endorse, to affirm legitimately.
Sanctity (n) :- Sacredness.
Sanguinary (adj) :- Ridiculous.
Sanguine (adj) :- Optimistic, having the shade of blood.
Sanguineous (adj) :- Comprising of blood.
Sapid (adj) :- Influencing the feeling of taste.
Sapience (n) :- Profound astuteness or information.
Sapient (adj) :- Having astuteness.
Sapiential (adj) :- Having insight.
Saponaceous (adj) :- Having the nature or nature of cleanser.
Sarcasm (n) :- Cutting and harsh language.
Sarcophagus (n) :- A stone casket or a chest-like burial place.
Tableau (n) :- A scene, a course of action of lifeless figures speaking to a scene from reality.
Tacit (adj) :- Understands something, perceived.
Taciturn (adj) :- Reluctant to discussion.
Tack (n) :- A little sharp-pointed nail.
Tact (n) :- Fine or prepared mental acumen appeared in saying or doing the correct thing.
Tactician (n) :- One who coordinates undertakings with aptitude and astuteness.
Tactics (n) :- Any moving or able administration for affecting an item.
Tangency (n) :- The condition of contacting.
Tangent (adj) :- Contacting.
Tangible (adj) :- Substantial, discernible by contact.
Tannery (n) :- A spot where cowhide is tanned.
Tantalize (v) :- Tempt, to prod.
Tantamount (adj) :- Having equivalent or equal worth, impact, or import.
Tapestry (n) :- A texture to which an example is applied with a needle, intended for decorative hangings.
Tarnish (v) :- To decrease or crush the shine of in any capacity.
Taut (adj) :- Extended tight.
Taxation (n) :- A duty, by government, of a fixed commitment.
Taxidermy (n) :- The craftsmanship or cycle of safeguarding dead creatures or parts of them.
Technic (adj) :- Specialized.
Technicality (n) :- Something unconventional to a specific workmanship, exchange, or something like that.
Technique (n) :- Way of execution.
Technography (n) :- The logical portrayal or investigation of human expressions and ventures in their noteworthy turn of events.
Technology (n) :- The information identifying with businesses and fabricates.
Teem (v) :- To be full to flooding.
Telepathy (n) :- Thought-transaction.
Telephony (n) :- The craftsmanship or cycle of imparting by phone.
Telescope (v) :- To drive together so one slides into the another like the segments of a covert agent glass.
Telltale (adj) :- That gives cautioning or data.
Temerity (n) :- Audacity, carelessness.
Temporal (adj) :- Relating to or worried about the issues of the current life.
Temporary (adj) :- Going on for a brief timeframe as it were.
Temporize (v) :- To seek after a strategy of postponement.
Tempt (v) :- To offer to (someone) an instigation to foul up.
Tempter (n) :- A seducer, an allurer or enticer to evil.
Tenacious (adj) :- Determined, immovable.
Tenant (n) :- An inhabitant.
Ubiquitous (adj) :- Omnipresent, being available all over the place.
Ulterior (adj) :- Not all that appropriate as another thing to the issue talked about.
Ultimate (adj) :- Past which there isn’t anything else.
Ultimatum (n) :- A final proposal, a last explanation or proposition, as concerning terms or conditions.
Ultramundane (adj) :- Relating to extraordinary things or to another life.
Ultramontane (adj) :- Past the mountains, particularly past the alps (that is, on their italian side).
Umbrage (n) :- A feeling of injury.
Unaccountable (adj) :- Untouchable, mystifying.
Unaffected (adj) :- Genuine.
Unanimous (adj) :- Having similar perspectives or slants.
Unanimity (n) :- The state or nature of being of one psyche.
Unavoidable (adj) :- Inescapable.
Unbearable (adj) :- Unendurable, agonizing.
Unbecoming (adj) :- Unacceptable to the wearer, spot, or environmental factors.
Unbelief (n) :- Uncertainty.
Unbiased (adj) :- Fair, as judgment.
Unbridled (adj) :- Being without limitation.
Uncommon (adj) :- Exceptional, uncommon.
Unconscionable (adj) :- Incredibly or treacherously extreme.
Unconscious (adj) :- Not insightful of articles, activities, and so on
Unction (n) :- The specialty of blessing likewise with oil.
Unctuous (adj) :- Sleek.
Undeceive (v) :- To liberated from misleading, as by informing of the genuine situation.
Undercharge (v) :- To make a lacking charge for.
Underexposed (adj) :- Inadequately uncovered for legitimate or full turn of events, as negatives in photography.
Undergarment (n) :- A piece of clothing to be worn under the conventional external articles of clothing.
Underman (v) :- To furnish with not exactly the full supplement of men.
Undersell (v) :- To sell at a lower cost than.
Undersized (adj) :- Of not exactly the standard size.
Underhanded (adj) :- Covertly continued.
Underlie (v) :- To be the ground or backing of.
Underling (n) :- A subordinate.
Undermine (v) :- To undermine in an underhand manner.
Underrate (v) :- To underestimate.
Understate (v) :- To neglect to put firmly enough, as a case.
Undervalue (v) :- To belittle.
Underworld (n) :- criminal gangs.
Underwrite (v) :- To issue or be involved with the issue of an approach of protection.
Undue (adj) :- More than adequate.
Undulate (v) :- To move like a wave or in waves.
Undulous (adj) :- Looking like waves.
Unfavorable (adj) :- Unfavorable.
Vacate (v) :- To leave.
Vaccinate (v) :- Inoculate, to immunize with immunization infection or infection of cowpox.
Vacillate (v) :- Sway, to falter.
Vacuous (adj) :- Void.
Vacuum (n) :- A space altogether without issue.
Vagabond (n) :- A drifter.
Vagrant (n) :- An inactive drifter.
Vainglory (n) :- Exorbitant, vainglorious, and expressive vanity.
Vale (n) :- Level or swamp between slopes.
Valediction (n) :- A saying goodbye.
Valedictorian (n) :- Understudy who conveys a location at graduating activities of an instructive foundation.
Valedictory (n) :- A splitting location.
Valid (adj) :- Substantial, established on truth.
Valorous (adj) :- Fearless.
Vapid (adj) :- Having lost shimmering quality and flavor.
Vaporizer (n) :- An atomizer.
Variable (adj) :- Tending to change.
Variance (n) :- Fluctuation, change.
Variant (n) :- A thing that contrasts from another in structure just, being the equivalent basically or substance.
Variation (n) :- Adjustment.
Variegate (v) :- To check with various shades or tones.
Vassal (n) :- A slave or bondman.
Vaudeville (n) :- A theatrical presentation.
Vegetal (adj) :- Of or relating to plants.
Vegetarian (n) :- Vegan, one who has confidence in the hypothesis that man’s food should be only vegetable.
Vegetate (v) :- To live in a tedious, detached path without exercise of the intellectual capacities.
Vegetation (n) :- Vegetation in the total.
Vegetative (adj) :- Relating to the cycle of vegetation.
Vehement (adj) :- Energetic, eager or earnest.
Velocity (n) :- Speed, quick movement.
Velvety (adj) :- Smooth, set apart by daintiness and delicate quality.
Venal (adj) :- Hired soldier, degenerate.
Vendible (adj) :- Attractive.
Vendition (n) :- The demonstration of selling.
Vendor (n) :- A dealer.
Veneer (n) :- Façade, outside show or style.
Venerable (adj) :- Justifying or ordering high regard.
Venerate (v) :- To value respectfully.
Venereal (adj) :- Relating to or continuing from sex.
Venial (adj) :- That might be exonerated or pardoned, an excusable sin.
Venison (n) :- The tissue of deer.
Venom (n) :- Poison.
Waif (n) :- A destitute, ignored vagabond.
Waistcoat (n) :- Petticoat.
Waive (v) :- Postpone, to give up, particularly briefly, as a privilege or guarantee.
Wampum (n) :- Dabs hung on strings, in the past utilized among the american indians as cash.
Wxane (v) :- To decrease in size and brilliancy.
Wantonness (n) :- Foolishness.
Warlike (adj) :- Pugnacious.
Wavelet (n) :- A wave.
Weak-kneed (adj) :- Without fearless reason or energy.
Weal (n) :- Prosperity.
Wean (v) :- To move (the youthful) from reliance on mother’s milk to another type of sustenance.
Wearisome (adj) :- Exhausting.
Wee (adj) :- Small.
Well-bred (adj) :- Of good family line.
Well-doer (n) :- An entertainer of good and social obligations.
Well-to-do (adj) :- Wealthy, in prosperous conditions.
Whereabouts (n) :- The spot in or close to which someone or something is.
Whereupon (adv) :- After which.
Wherever (adv) :- In or at whatever place.
Wherewith (n) :- The fundamental methods or assets.
Whet (v) :- To make more sharp or enthusiastic.
Whimsical (adj) :- Impulsive.
Whine (v) :- Cry, to absolute with griping tone.
Wholly (adv) :- Totally.
Wield (v) :- To utilize, control, or oversee, as a weapon, or instrument, particularly with full order.
Wile (n) :- A demonstration or a method for tricky duplicity.
Winsome (adj) :- Appealing.
Wintry (adj) :- Cold, snowy, lacking warmth of way.
Wiry (adj) :- Slender, however intense and strong.
Witchcraft (n) :- Black magic, divination.
Witless (adj) :- Absurd, tactless, or senseless.
Witling (n) :- An individual who has small understanding.
Witticism (n) :- A clever, splendid, or unique saying or supposition.
Wittingly (adv) :- With information and by plan.
Wizen (v) :- Shrivel, to become or cause to get wilted or dry.
Wizen-faced (adj) :- Having a wilted face.
Working-man (n) :- One who gains his bread by difficult work.
Workmanlike (adj) :- Like or befitting a gifted worker.
Workmanship (n) :- The craftsmanship or ability of a worker.
Wrangle (v) :- To keep up by loud contention or question.
Wreak (v) :- To incur, as a vengeance or discipline.
Wrest (v) :- To pull or power away by or as by brutal winding or wringing.
Wretchedness (n) :- Outrageous hopelessness or misery.
Writhe (v) :- To curve the body, face, or appendages or as in torment or trouble.
Writing (n) :- The demonstration or craft of following or engraving on a surface letters or ideographs.
Wry (adj) :- Straying from that which is legitimate or right.
Xanthan a polysaccharide.
Xanthate a substance compound.
Xanthene a substance compound.
Xanthine a biochemical compound.
Xanthoma a yellow fix on the skin.
Xebec a cruising transport.
Xeme a fork-followed gull.
Xenia gifts to a visitor or visitors.
Xenial relating to cordiality.
Xenophobia adj: a dread of outsiders or outsiders.
Yearling (n) :- A youthful creature past its first year and not yet two years of age.
Year (n) :- A timeframe equivalent to a year
Yellow (n) :- Having the shading like that of gold or the sun
Yesterday – (n) :- The day preceding today
Yet (ad) :- Still, (eventually) before now.
Young – (ad) :- In the early long stretches of life; not old.
Zealot (n) :- One who upholds a reason or seeks after an article in a radically sectarian way.
Zeitgeist (n) :- The scholarly and good inclinations that portray any age or age.
Zenith (n) :- Pinnacle, the finishing purpose of success, impact, or enormity.
Zephyr (n) :- Any delicate, delicate breeze.
Zodiac (n) :- A nonexistent belt surrounding the sky inside which are the bigger planets
Zero (n) :- – the number importance none or nothing
Zoo (n) :- – a spot where creatures are saved for general society to take a gander at and study.