word power made easy chapter 1,2,3,4 to 11Word power(h)

  • Hackneyed (Adj): over used, overworked, tired, boring The principle often bores the students with his hackneyed f  speeches
  • Hamper(V): hinder, obstruction determined person can’t be hampered from reaching his gate
  • Haphazard (Adj): unplanned, random, irregular The government’s approach to the problem was haphazard
  • Hapless(Adj): unlucky, unfortunate The hapless boy lost both his parents in the accident
  • Hassle(N): inconvenience, nuisance, to annoy Don’t keep hassling me . I will do it later
  • Havoc (N): destruction, damage, disasters floods caused havoc throughout the area
  • Hazardous (Adj): dangerous, risky Growing levels of pollution represent a serious health hazard to The local population
  • Hefty (Adj): heavy, large, huge, big and heavy They incurred hefty losers in the business
  • Hectic (Adj): very busy or active Because of my hectic schedule I couldn’t attend your marriage
  • Heinous (Adj): horrible, detestable, and morally wrong  It is a heinous act to kill one’s own brother
  • Hierarchy (N): ranking, grading up in the management hierarchy
  • Hilarious (Adj): very funny, extremely amusing, and humorous Most of his movies are extremely amusing, humorous
  • Hindrance (N): obstacle, obstruction They were able to complete their journey without further    Hindrance
  • Hoax (V): trick, fool, deceives A bomb hoax in the train delayed our journey for 2 hours
  • Holocaust (N): fire, conflagration About 500 houses were burnt to ashes in a holocaust
  • Hone (V): sharpen Honing your skills makes you a winner in any field
  • Hoodwink (V): deceives, dupe, mislead He hoodwinked his teacher pretending that he was very sick
  • Humility (N): humbleness, modesty  Most of the great people are known for their simplicity and               humility
  • Humdrum (N): commonplace, ordinary, dull, monotonous, boring I want to quit that humdrum job
  • Haggard (N): fatigue, worry, looking very tired because of illness He looked pale and haggard
  • Herculean (Adj): a great strength or courage We undertook a Herculean task
  • Hypocrite (N):  one who pretends to be what he is not, impostor Some of our politicians are hypocrites
  • Hallucination (N): delusion, seeing something which is not actually present The old man is suffering from bullucinations
  • Hiatus (N): gap  After 5 minute hiatus the talks resumed
  • Hostility (N): enmity, unfriendliness  There was an open hostility between the two countries
  • Homogeneous (Adj): belonging to the same class group, similar, congruent Their homogeneous views made them good friends
  • Heterogeneous (Adj): belonging to different classes / groups, dissimilar, in congruent Foreigners are amazed at seeing the unity of Indians in spite of  having  heterogeneous cultures and religions
  • Harangue (N): a long pompous formal speech The students were tired of the harangue of the dignitaries.

 

Word power for spoken English (e) , wordpower to mind (d) , Word power for Competitive Exams (c2)word power for competitive exams (C1) , word power made easy by Norman lewis (C)

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