WordPower(A)

  • Abandon (V) : Leave, desert, and go away from a person/thing/place not intending to return The baby had been abandoned by its mother. They had to abandon the match because of rain We had to abandon the car and walk the rest of the way
  • Abduct (V) : Take away some one by force kidnap Rajukumar was abducted b Veerappan
  • Aberration (N) : Deviation, variation. I found an aberration in her behavior after her marriage
  • Abdicate (V) : Renounce, to give up the position of being king or queen He abdicated in favour of his son.
  • Abate (V) : decrease, diminish, lessen We wait for the storm to abate
  • Abhor (V) : Hate, detest, loathe, feel hatred or disgust I abhor the system of dowry
  • Abortive (Adj) : fail, futile, unsuccessful, ineffective The burglars made n abortive attempt and secretly, flee
  • Abscond (V) : run away, to go away suddenly and secretly, flee : A prisoner absconded from the central jail
  • Abrogate (V) : cancel, annul, invalidate, repeal, abolish Both governments voted to abrogate the treaty Absolve (V) : free from blame, acquit, exonerate, to state formally that Somebody is not guilty or responsible for something The court absolved him from all responsibility for the accident
  •  Abet (V) : to help or assist a person in doing something wrong or illegal. She was unwilling to abet him in the swindle he had planned
  • Acme (V) : peak, pinnacle, zenith, apex If one needs to reach an acme in one’s profession one must be sincere and hard working
  • Acrimony (N) : bitter remark or language, sarcasm, feeling of anger between people who disagree strongly and don’t like each other. The candidate attacked his opponent in highly acrimonious terms.
  • Acumen (N) : sharpness , astuteness. Keen insight, the ability to think quickly and make good judgments. Her business acumen helped to her succeed where others failed.
  •  Adamant (Adj) : firmly or stubbornly determined, inflexible, unwilling to be persuaded, un compromising his family were adamantly opposed to the marriage
  • Admonish (V) : give a mild but firm warning to somebody, reprimand, warn He was admonished the student to be regular to the classes. The teacher admonished the student to be regular to the classes.
  • Aggrandize (N) : increase or intensity, raise in power, wealth, rank or honour Many politicians mi
  • Alacrity (N) : cheerful promptness eagerness, great willingness or enthusiasm She accepted the offer with alacrity.
  • Ambience (N) : environment atmosphere She went to the restaurant not for the food but for the ambience.
  • Ameliorate (V) : improve, make better, alleviate The government is taking steps to ameliorate the situation in flood hit areas.
  •  Animosity (N) : strong dislike or hostility There is no personal animosity between the two brothers. Annihilate (V) : destroy, obliterate, root out, exterminate Just one of the bombs could annihilate the size of newyork.
  • Aplomb (N) : cool temper, composure, poise He delivered the speech, with his usual aplomb. She handled their questions with aplomb.
  • Austere (Adj) : severely and strictly moral, simple and plain without an Decoration Gandhi mahatma was an austere.
  • Adroit (Adj) : dexterous, skilful He adroitly avoided answering my questions
  • Allay (V) : calm, pacify The crew tried to allay the fears of the passengers by announcing that the fire had been controlled.
  • Alleviate (V) : relieve, ease A tablet was given to alleviate the pain.
  • Absurd (Adj) : completely stupid or unreasonable, ridiculous, not sensible. The lands near Kokapet in Hyderabad were sold for absurdly high Price
  • Abysmal (Adj) : extremely bad His manners are abysmal
  • Affable (Adj) : Polite and friendly, pleasant Anita’s affable disposition endeared her to everybody
  • Abundant (Adj) : worsen, to make a situation very bad, irritate We have abundant evidence to prove his guilt
  • Amalgamate (V) : merge, combine, write, combine, unite They decided to amalgamate the two schools.
  • Agile (Adj) : lively, able to move quickly and easily, able to think very quickly and intelligently, amble. Dogs are surprisingly agile He was physically strong and mentally agile
  • Ambush (N & V) :a surprised and conceited attack The soldiers were killed in an ambush Antipathy (N) :aversion, hostility, dislike, animosity hat redness He developed antipathy towards his brother and killed him.
  • Assiduous (Adj) :working very hard and taking great care diligent industries Meticulous You must been assiduous aspirant of ICET in order to get a good rank in ICET
  • Awe (N & V) : a feeling of respect and slight fear He speaks of her with awe.
  •  Avid (Adj) : Keen, eager, enthusiastic, zealous He is an avid music lover
  •  Aver (V) : to state something firmly and strongly, assert She averred that she had never seen him before
  • Astute (Adj) : very clever, shrewd, sharp, acute, ingenious He being an astute investor in shares, he earned crores of rupees.
  • Apprehension (N) : anxiety nervousness, worry or fear that something unpleasant may happen There is growing apprehension that the war will begin again between the two countries
  • Amputate (V) :cut off part of a body in a medical operation, sever Two of her toes were amputated because of frostbite.
  • Abject (Adj) : miserable, pathetic, men in low condition The abject living condition of the poor must be a matter of shame For us
  • Animosity (N) :hostility, enmity Continued animosity leads to war
  • Archdale (Adj) :ancient, outdated, obsolete, Opp, : modern Archaic customer must be ignored
  • Avert (V) :Prevent turn a way The driver could avert a major accident with his presence of mind
  • Audacious (Adj) :daring, bold, fearless, intrepid An audacious soldier is an asset to a country
  • Attenuate (V) :make thin, weaken , impair, enervate The prolonged illness attenuated all his strength and energy It’s proved that meditation augments concentration of person We must do something to augments our income
  • Avarice (N) : greediness for wealth King Midas is a perfect example of avarice
  • Apprehend (V) : to arrest The police talled to appreherid the culprits
  • Autonomy (N) : examination of a dead body to find the cause of death, postmortern. Her autopsy report shows that she was killed by giving Position by her in – laws
  • Atone (V) : Act in a way that compensates for a previous wrong or error You will have to atone for your misdeeds
  • Assassinate (V) : to murder an important of famous person especially for political Reasons Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated at Sri Perambudur.
  • Arbitrator (N) person chosen to settle a dispute between the two parties The new looking for an arbitrator to settle their differences
  • Approbation (N) approval, consent The new scheme awaits the approbation of the CMD
  • Apathy (N) Lack of interest / enthusiasm, indifference he apathy of a student towards studies results in poor Performance

 

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