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  • Obdurate(Adj): stubborn, adamant, inflexible, refusing to change one’s ideas Our boss is very strict and obdurate.
  • Oblique(Adj): not expressed or done in direct way, indirect The actor made an oblique statement of his entry in to politics.
  • Obliterate(V): destroy, efface  The buildings was totally obliterated in the explosion.
  • Obscene(Adj) : indecent, vulgar Now a days the heroines are shown obscene in half-naked  dresses
  • obscure(Adj): not well known uncertain, not clearly seen  or understood   his obscure speech couldn’t impress the audience.
  • Obess(V): to completely fill your mind with thoughts of one particular person or thing so that you can’t think anything else. His mind is completely obsessed with the thoughts of his love.
  • Obsolete(Adj): out dated, no longer in use. As the technology advances many traditional skills have become obsolete.
  • Obstreperous(Adj): noisy and difficult to control   The obstreperous crowd hurled stones at the police.
  • Obverse(Adj) : opposite The obverse of love is hate.
  • Obivious(Adj): easily seen or understood, clear It is obivious that she is not happy about her marriage with him.
  • Omnipresent(N):  presenting everywhere, ubiquitous  The god is omnipresent
  • Omnipotent(N) : one who is all powerful He thinks that he is omnipotent but in fact is an important
  • Omniscient(N): one who knows everything Don’t think that you are omniscient, know is a drop and unknown  is an ocean.
  • Omnivorous(N): one who eats all   Some animals are carnivorous, some are herbivorous but man is omnivorous.
  • Onerous(Adj): laborious, troublesome It is an onerous task to provide food and shelter to everyone in  India.
  • Opaque(Adj) : not letting light through, not transparent  Glass is transparent where as brick wall is opaque
  • Optimum: the best possible He put forth his optimum efforts to reach his goal.
  • Opulent(Adj): extremely rich, wealthy  An opulent industrialist spent Rs. 10 crores on his son’s Marriage.
  • Ornithology(N): the study of birds Salim Ali is a renowned ornithologist in India.
  • Oust(V): to remove somebody from a gob / position by force in order to take that place.
  • Obfuscate(V): confuse, to make something less clear and more difficult to  understand. The students rejected him saying that he was obfuscating the   subject
  • Obligatory(Adj) : compulsory, mandatory It is obligatory for all students to wear the uniform.
  • Oblivion(N): forgetfulness The old man is suffering from oblivion
  • Obloquy(N) : humiliation, slander, defame , abuse, blame I have never seen him indulging in obloquy
  • Obnoxious(Adj): offensive, extremely unpleasant, hateful  We felt that her behaviour is quite obnoxious with other.
  • Obsequious(Adj): servile, submissive, slavish The manager was accused of giving promotion only to those who were obsequious to him.
  • Obstacle(N): barrier, hurdle  Population explosion is one of th major obstacles in the economic development of India.
  • Obtuse(Adj): stupid, dull, blunt, slow in understanding  The boy is so obtuse that he can’t understand even simple things.
  • Oratory(N): skill in public speaking, eloquence Hitler was well-known for his oratory.
  • Officious(Adj): meddlesome, interesting  He is disliked by everybody for his officious manners.
  • Offspring(N): children, progeny Parents must bring up their offspring both with strictness and love.
  • Omen(N) : forewarning, forecast  In India people believe omens.
  • Ovation(N): applause, cheering , an enthusiastic public welcome Kapildev was given a standing ovation when returned to India after winning world cup in 1983.
  • Onslaught(N): attack, assault The Indian team was collapsed in the onslaught of srilanka Barsmenin  2007 world cup.
  • Overt(Adj): visible, evident, obiviousThe minister’s involvement in the scam is quite overt.
  • Ostentatious(Adj): showy, conspicuous, gaudy She is always dressed ostentatiously
  • Ostracize(V): exclude, boycott, shutout  An AIDS patient was ostracized by the villagers.
  • Outlandish(Adj): strange, eccentric unusual  Eating an ice cream while drenching in the rain is an outlandish  habbit.
  • Outrageous(Adj): intolerable, unbearable, very bad or insulting    Her behaviour in the party was quite outrageous.

 

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