English Vocabulary to learn in easy way

English Vocabulary
English Vocabulary
Word Meaning
Ponder  Consider thoughtfully and deeply, think carefully
Impregnable  Strong enough to resist, impossible to meet
Reckon  Perform calculation, count, consider, deal with
incisiveness  Clear and direct, accurate and sharply focused
Castigate  Criticise or punish severely,
Imperious  Arrogant and dictatorial
Steller  Composed of stars
Notched Cut, indentation on surface, achieve something
folly  unwise action, lack of understanding or sense
Smithereens Little shattered or small broken pieces
acclaim praise, honor, praise public and with enthusiastically
flake eccentric or crazy person, breaking into small thin pieces
accustomed usual or habitual
introspection look inside, examining and paying attention to your own ideas, thoughts and feelings
crux most important and crucial part, difficult or unresolved question
defiant resist with boldness, not willing to accept any criticism
Exemplified explain or clarify by giving an example, symbolize, representative of
Relentless determined, persistent, harsh, constant, strict
lackadaisical lethargic, lazy, lack of determination, idle, showing fewer efforts
Shackles limits, restrains, preventing you from doing what you want to do
chipped a very small piece of food, broken off pieces, something worthless
candour quality of being honest and true, straightforwardness, quality of being open
brink verge, critical point, crucial point, threshold, is about to happen
unpalatable uneatable, unpleasant, unappealing, dreadful, horrible, hateful, unattractive
dissenter protester, free thinker, a person who dissents
imbibe absorb, gain, learn, acquire, grasp, to drink especially alcohol
Pertinent suitable, applicable
Ample more than enough, plentiful
Implied Suggested, involved, indicated
Excel be proficient or good
Dynamic Bold, constant changing
Sector A particular field or area
Shun To expel from a duty or work
Quell To crush, suppress
Wonky Turned towards one side
Nostalgic homesickness, sentimental
Vague unclear, not clearly explained or understood
Rhetorical Oratorical, relating to, verbal, stylistic
Tangible real, touched
quixotic unrealistic or unpredictable
abjure belief or calm, avoid, shun, cause or refrain from
divulge reveal
crafted shape, blueprint, skill in making any object typically using hands
Gritty arduous, courageous or persistent, brave and determined
Evander Good man
Pervasive appearance, spread throughout, present, presence, attendance
cynical sarcastic, selfish
obsessive thinking about a particular thing all the time, excessive
cognitive mental process of knowing, learning and understanding, concerned with art of knowing, to get to know
squash beat, pulverize, powder, crush, pulp, mash,suppress, flatten or crush
cajole persuade, flattery to persuade someone to do something
discursive  knowledge obtained using logic rather intuition, passing or wandering from one topic to other
abstain stop, cease, prevention
scrumptious  delicious, splendid, very pleasing
furtive convert, sneak, secret and dirty
guise external appearance, form
hangry angry plus hungry
dismal darkness, upset and without hope, dreadful, terrible
eavesdrop listen private conversation without letting them knowing
lurid too brightly colored, terrible
paraphrase to restate the meaning of text or passage using others words
niche place, position or area which is suitable for someone, house
extempore speak without preparation
catholic member of roman catholic church
diligent To show Care
extol to praise someone ecclesiastically
feral Wild, Trained
impertinent Rude, disrespectful, uncivil
incisive Sharp, smart, quick
rife Global, Everywhere, epidemic
zenith Peak, the point of culmination, vertex
truculent Aggressive, cruel, ready to fight
staid respectable, traditional, quiet, serious
Prejudices damage
Infancy early childhood
Interfere block
Nuance variation
Manifestations display or demonstrate
Abate decrease, diminish
Semantic relating to meaning in language or logic.
Cognizant  having knowledge or awareness.
Enriched  improve
Tandem  having two things arranged one in front of the other.
Converse  engage in conversation.
Conflation the merging of two or more sets of information, texts, ideas, etc. into one
Ingest absorb
Predominance mastery
Multifaceted having many sides
Traction grip
Leverage grip, use (something) to maximum advantage
Conjunction  co-occurrence
Reprieve  cancel or postpone the punishment of (someone,  especially someone condemned to death).
Carnage  the killing of a large number of people
Butchery  murder
Savagery  the quality of being fierce or cruel.
Mincemeat  a state of destruction or annihilation
Imbue  saturate
Credence  acceptance
Facets  factor
Prevalent common
Abetted assist
 Multitude a large number of things or people
Sculpt model
Substantial notable
Recurrence the fact of occurring again
Counterfeit fake
acoustic related to sound or sense of hearing
Ostensible supposed
Assorted varying
Vital essential
Thrive flourish
Enlivened make something more entertaining or interesting
Intricate very complicated or detailed
Expulsion  removal
Commotion  disturbance
Enamor  to be filled with love
Incur  suffer
Ligature  thing used to bind something tightly
comprehensive  including or dealing with all or nearly all elements or aspects of something
Contingent  subject to chance, unexpected
Interim meantime
Extricate free from difficulty
Allude mention
Colossal extremely great
Envisioned visualize
Traversing travel across or through.
Agnostic  relating to
Intractable  not easily cured
Alleviate  reduce
Brevity concise and exact use of words in writing or speech.
Gigantic Exceedingly large in size
Mammoth of very great size
Penmanship quality or style of handwriting
Indulgence  the act of indulging in something
clotured closure
exhaustive full
rigorous careful, correct, precise
ubiquitous found everywhere
appetizer snack
blemishes fault
disruptive troublesome
combat battle
resonates full
fleeing run away from the place or situation of danger
Avid keen
daunting demoralizing
delimitate define
interpolating insert
clutter disarrange
artefacts An object made by a human being, typically one of cultural or historical interest
entailed require
strides march
myriad crowd
heck expressing surprise, frustration, or dismay



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