Dictionary of 4 Letter Words Words You Should Know

Letter A -- 41 4-Letter Words Letter B -- 50 4-Letter Words Letter C – 38 4-Letter Words Letter D -- 37 4-Letter Words Letter E -- 13 4-Letter Words Letter F -- 31 4-Letter Words Letter G -- 31 4-Letter Words Letter H -- 22 4-Letter ...

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In this book, you will learn the meanings of 550 useful 4-letter-words. You will also find the names of parts of speech they belong to. I have also given synonyms for most of these words. Sample this: 01 – abet [v.] -- to help or encourage or support sb to do sth wrong or illegal 02 – ably [adv.] -- skillfully, successfully and well: [synonym: competently] 03 – abut [v.] -- (of an area of land or a building) to be next to sth or to have a common boundary with the side of sth [synonym: adjoin] 04 -- ache [v.] -- (a). to feel continuous pain in a part of your body [synonym: hurt] | (b). to have a strong desire for sb/sth or to do sth | (d). to be very sad or distressed || (n.) a continuous feeling of pain in a part of your body 05 -- achy [adj.] -- affected by an uninterrupted pain that is small in degree 06 – acme [n.] -- the highest point or stage of development, achievement or the most excellent example of sth [synonyms: peak, summit, zenith] 07 – acne [n.] -- a skin condition that is characterized by many pimples on the face and neck 08 – acre [n.] -- a unit for measuring an area of land which is equal to 4840 square yards (4050 square meters) 09 – aged [adj.] -- (a). [not before noun] of the specified age | (b). very old; grown old [synonym: matured] || [n.] (the aged) very old people 10 – agog [adj.] -- [not before noun] showing extreme excitement, curiosity and interest to find out sth [synonym: eager] 11 – ahoy [excl.] -- a word used by people in boats to attract attention from a distance 12 – aide [n.] -- a person who helps or assists an important person, especially a politician or a leader, in their job [synonym: assistant] 13 – airy [adj.] -- (a). with plenty of fresh air because of being spacious and open to the air [synonyms: breezy; well-ventilated] | (b). high in the air | (d). of air [synonym: atmospheric] | (d). showing no worry about sth or not treating sth as serious | (e). not serious or practical 14 – ajar [adj.] -- [not before noun] (of a door or other opening) partly or slightly open: almost shut 15 – akin [adj.] -- (a). having some of the same essential qualities [synonym: similar] | (b). related by blood 16 – alas [exc.] -- used to show sadness, grief, regret or pity 17 – also [adv.] -- (not used with negative verbs) in addition; as well; [synonyms: furthermore, too] 18 – alum [n.] -- a chemical substance containing aluminum used to change the color of something 19 -- amid (prep.] -- (a). in the middle or course of something | (b). surrounded by sth. 20 – amok [adv.] -- without self-control 21 – anew [adv.] -- (a). again but in a new or different and more positive way | (b). once more [synonym: again] 22 – anon [adv.] -- soon or shortly 23 – ante [n.] -- a sum of money paid by a player in poker before receiving cards 24 – ante [v.] -- to put a sum of money in poker before receiving cards 25 – anti [prep.] -- opposed to; against || [adj.] – opposed || [n.] -- a person who opposes a particular activity, idea, or policy, etc. 26 – apex [n.] -- the top or highest part or point of sth: most important or successful part of something [synonyms: peak, summit] 27 – aqua [n.] -- (a). water | (b). a light bluish-green color [synonym: aquamarine] 28 – Arab [n.] -- (a). a person born or living in Arabia | (b). a horse of a breed from Arabia 29 – arms [n.] -- weapons, especially as used by the defense forces [synonym: weaponry] 30 – atom [n.] -- the smallest part of a chemical element that can exist [synonym: particle] 31 – atop [prep.] -- on the top of || [adv.] -- on the top 32 – aura [n.] -- the distinct and noticeable quality or feeling that seems to surround a person or place or come from somebody or something 33 – aver [v.] -- to state firmly that sth is certainly true [synonyms: assert, avow] 34 – avid [adj.] -- [usually before noun] having or showing extreme interest, eagerness or enthusiasm about sth, often a hobby [synonym: keen] 35 – avow [v.] -- to publicly express your opinion about sth in a firm way [synonym: affirm] 36 – awry [adj.] -- away from the usual or intended course [synonym: amiss] | out of the normal position [synonym: askew] || [adv.] -- In a position that is not normal and turned toward one side

Dictionary of 7 Letter Words Words You Should Know

How to Use the Word “Break” In English 02. How to Use the Word “Come” In English 03. How to Use the Word ... SERIES TITLE: “WORDS BY NUMBER OF LETTERS” [10 BOOKS] 01. Dictionary of 4-Letter Words 02. Dictionary of 5-Letter Words 03.

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In this book, you will learn the meanings of 775 useful 7-letter-words. You will also find the names of parts of speech they belong to. I have also given synonyms for most of these words. Sample this: 01 -- abiotic [adj.] -- relating to non-living or non-biological part of an ecosystem in the environment 02 -- abridge [v.] -- to make a shortened version of an ‘original text’ [synonyms: abbreviate, shorten] 03 -- abyssal [adj.] -- of or belonging to the ocean depths, especially between about 3000 and 6000 meters down 04 -- acclaim [v.] -- to praise, admire or welcome sb/sth enthusiastically and publicly || [n.] -- praise, admiration and approval for sb/sth, for artistic achievement in an enthusiastic way [synonyms: approbation, commendation, compliments] 05 -- adeptly [adv.] -- in a skillful way that shows natural ability or through proficiency [synonyms: adroitly, skillfully, proficiently] 06 -- ageless [adj.] -- never coming to an end or growing old [synonyms: everlasting, timeless] 07 -- airhead [n.] -- an unintelligent or stupid person [synonym: dreamer] 08 -- amateur [adj.] -- doing sth for enjoyment or interest, not as an occupation; done for enjoyment or interest, not as an occupation [synonym: recreational] || [n.] -- (a). a person who engages in activity especially a sport for enjoyment or interest, not as an occupation | (b). -- an unskilled person [synonym: layperson] 09 -- amateurish [adj.] -- done incompetently, inexpertly or unskillfully [synonym: unprofessional] 10 -- ancient [adj.] -- (a). relating to a period of history that is very long ago and no longer in existence [synonym: primeval] | (b). having existed for a very long time in the past; very old | (c). (the ancients) the people of Egypt, Greek and Rome that existed before the end of the Western Roman Empire a.d. 476 11 -- angelic [adj.] -- (of a person) exceptionally good, kind, gentle, innocent or beautiful; like an angel 12 -- anodyne [adj.] -- not likely to cause disagreement or offense; not expressing strong opinions [synonyms: bland, insipid] | (b). capable of relieving pain 13 -- appease [v.] -- (a). to make sb calmer and prevent them from harming you by accepting their demands [synonyms: conciliate; soothe; pacify] | (b). to make or preserve peace with a nation and avoid war by giving it what they want 14 -- artisan [adj.] -- a person who does skilled work, especially one that involves making things with their hands [synonym: craftsman] 15 -- audible [adj.] -- that is loud enough to be heard clearly [synonym: perceptible] [antonyms: inaudible] 16 -- audibly [adv.] -- in a way that can be heard [synonyms: noticeably, perceptibly] 17 -- aurally [adv.] -- with regard to sound or the ear 18 -- aureate [adj.] -- (a). (especially of language) decorated or elaborated in a complicated way | (b). made of gold or having the color of gold [synonym: golden] 19 -- aureole [n.] -- a circle of light or brightness especially around the head or body of a holy person 20 – avidity [n.] -- extreme interest, eagerness or enthusiasm 21 -- awesome [adj.] -- (a).very impressive and often frightening [synonyms: amazing, tremendous] | (b). first-rate, excellent or pleasurable 22 -- awfully [adv.] -- extremely, terribly, very

Dictionary of 6 Letter Words Words You Should Know

How to Use the Word “Break” In English 02. How to Use the Word “Come” In English 03. How to Use the Word ... SERIES TITLE: “WORDS BY NUMBER OF LETTERS” [10 BOOKS] 01. Dictionary of 4-Letter Words 02. Dictionary of 5-Letter Words 03.

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In this book, you will learn the meanings of 950 useful 6-letter-words. You will also find the names of parts of speech they belong to. I have also given synonyms for most of these words. Sample this: 01 -- abduct [v.] -- to illegally and forcefully take sb away and keep them as a prisoner, especially in order to get sth such as money for returning them [synonym: kidnap] 02 -- abrade [v.] -- to remove part of the surface of sth, such as rock or skin, and damage it or make it rough by rubbing it against sth rough and hard i.e. by friction or erosion [synonyms: graze, roughen, scrape] 03 -- abrupt [adj.] -- (a). involving action or change that is sudden, rapid or unexpected in an unpleasant way | (b). speaking in an unfriendly manner 04 -- acidly [adv.] -- (of sb’s remarks) in a manner that is critical, rude and unkind [synonym: sarcastically] 05 -- advent [n.] -- (a). the beginning of an important event or situation; the invention of something important; or the arrival of a notable person or thing (b). the period beginning four Sundays before Christmas [synonym: initiation] 06 -- affect [v.] -- (a). to cause a change in someone or something; to have an impact or an influence on someone or something | (b). to produce strong feelings of distress, pity, regret, sorrow, or sympathy, etc. on sb | (c). (of a disease) to make sb become ill or sick; to have an impact on sb or a particular part of the body | (d). to act as if you are feeling or thinking sth | (e). to try to impress other people by using or wearing sth that looks special/unique; to behave insincerely or unnaturally to impress other people [synonym: put on] 07 -- aflame [adj.] -- burning; in flames | full of dazzling lights | showing pleasure or disgrace 08 -- agleam [adj.] -- shining brightly and steadily; full of light [synonym: glowing] 09 -- angler [n.] -- a person who catches fish with a rod or line as a hobby (not as a job or sport) 10 -- anorak [n.] -- a boring person who is very fond of learning facts or collecting things 11 -- arcane [adj.] -- strange, secret and mysterious and therefore knowable or understandable only to a few people [synonyms: esoteric, unfathomable] 12 – archly [adv.] -- In an amusing manner because you are more aware of the situation than others 13 -- ardent [adj.] -- showing particular emotion or feeling such as love, fondness, etc. for somebody/something strongly [synonyms: enthusiastic, passionate] 14 -- aright [adv.] -- correctly 15 -- artful [adj.] -- (a). clever or skillful at getting what you want, especially in a cunning/dishonest way or by hiding the truth [synonyms: crafty, tricky] | (b). (of things or actions) showing creative skill or taste 16 -- aspire [v.] --to direct your hopes, efforts, etc. towards a particular career or activity [synonyms: aim, seek] 17 -- attain (v.) (a). to get something after a lot of effort | (b). to reach a particular level, age, condition, etc. 18 -- august [adj.] -- respected, dignified and impressive [synonyms: imposing, majestic] 19 – avidly [adv.] -- with great interest, eagerness or enthusiasm 20 – avowal [n.] -- a statement that publicly and firmly shows your opinion about sth [synonym: affirmation] 21 -- avowed [adj.] -- that has been publicly admitted, declared, asserted or stated [synonyms: affirmed, confirmed]

Dictionary of 9 Letter Words Words You Should Know

How to Use the Word “Break” In English 02. How to Use the Word “Come” In English 03. How to Use the Word ... SERIES TITLE: “WORDS BY NUMBER OF LETTERS” [10 BOOKS] 01. Dictionary of 4-Letter Words 02. Dictionary of 5-Letter Words 03.

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In this book, you will learn the meanings of 825 useful 9-letter-words. You will also find the names of parts of speech they belong to. I have also given synonyms for most of these words. Sample this: 01 -- abasement (n.) action or behavior that bring you down or make you lose your own prestige synonyms: debasement, denigration, disparagement] 02 -- abduction [n.] -- an act of illegally and forcefully taking sb away and keeping them as a prisoner, especially in order to get sth such as money for returning them [synonyms: kidnap, kidnapping] 03 -- abhorrent -- [n.] -- causing a feeling of strong hatred for a way of thinking or behaving for moral reasons [synonyms: detest, loathe, despise] 04 -- accretion [n.] -- (a). a layer of a substance or matter that is added to sth in a gradual manner or over a period of time | (b). the process of new layers or parts of a substance or matter being added to sth in a gradual manner or over a period of time 05 -- acyclovir [n.] -- an antiviral drug used in the treatment of herpes, shingles, chickenpox, etc. 06 -- adaptable [adj.] -- (a). to able to adjust or be adjusted to deal with new and different situations or conditions [synonym: flexible] | (b). to able to be modified or suited for a new use or purpose 07 -- adjective [n.] -- an adjective is a word that describes or modifies a noun such as a person or a thing 08 -- affecting [adj.] -- producing strong feelings of distress, pity, regret, sorrow, or sympathy, etc. 09 -- afterglow [n.] -- (a). the light in the sky after sunset | (b). a pleasant feeling that you feel after you have enjoyed a good experience; delight 09 -- agelessly [adv.] -- in a manner that seems to be never coming to an end or growing old [synonyms: everlastingly, timelessly] 10 -- aggravate [v.] -- (a). to intentionally irritate somebody [synonyms: annoy, exasperate] | (b).to make an unpleasant situation or an illness worse or more serious [synonyms: exacerbate, worsen] 11 -- alienable [adj.] -- able to be taken or given away to new ownership 12 -- ambiguous [adj.] -- (a). that can be understood or interpreted in more than one way; not having one obvious meaning [synonyms: indistinct, vague] | (b). not clearly stated or defined [synonym: inexplicable] 13 -- amorphous [adj.] -- (a). having no fixed, regular or distinct shape, design, form or structure [synonyms: formless, shapeless] | (b). having no definite character or nature | (c). lacking organization [synonyms: unstructured, vague] 14 -- anciently [adv.] -- Long ago 15 -- ancillary [adj.] -- (a). providing necessary support to the primary work or activities of an organization, system, etc. [synonyms: auxiliary, subsidiary] | (b). additional to something else but not as important [synonyms: secondary, supplementary ] 16 -- anecdotal [adj.] -- (of an account) possibly untrue or unreliable, because based on personal description or observations rather than proven facts [synonym: subjective] 17 -- animosity [n.] -- very strong aggressive and unfriendly feeling towards somebody [synonyms: acrimony, hostility] 18 -- appalling [adj.] -- extremely bad [synonyms: awful, shocking] | (b). extremely bad or poor 19 -- assonance [n.] -- repetition of vowel sounds followed by different consonant sounds. [Or, repetition of consonant sounds followed by different vowel sounds] 20 -- audacious [adj.] -- too much courageous, confident or rude and willing to take risks in order to achieve something [synonyms: adventurous, daring, bold] 21 -- avalanche [n.] -- (a). a mass of snow, ice and rock falling down a mountainside | (b). a sudden arrival or occurrence of something in excess 22 -- awesomely [adv.] -- in a manner that is very impressive and often frightening [synonyms: amazingly, tremendously] | (b). in a manner that seems to be excellent or pleasurable 23 -- awestruck [adj.] -- feeling extremely impressed by something [synonyms: captivated, enthralled, mesmerized, spellbound]

Dictionary of 11 Letter Words Words You Should Know

How to Use the Word “Break” In English 02. How to Use the Word “Come” In English 03. How to Use the Word ... SERIES TITLE: “WORDS BY NUMBER OF LETTERS” [10 BOOKS] 01. Dictionary of 4-Letter Words 02. Dictionary of 5-Letter Words 03.

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In this book, you will learn the meanings of useful 425 11-letter-words. You will also find the names of parts of speech they belong to. I have also given synonyms for most of these words. Sample this: 01 -- abandonment [n.] -- (a). the act of leaving a person, place or thing without intending to return | (b). the act of giving up a practice, a course of action or a way of thinking completely and permanently [synonyms: desertion, forsaking] 02 -- accelerator [n.] -- (a). the pedal in a car, truck or other vehicle used to press with your foot for controlling the speed of the engine | (b). something that makes a process happen quickly | (c). a machine that is used to make elementary particles move at very high speeds 03 -- acceptation [n.] -- a particular sense or the generally accepted meaning of a word, phrase or expression 04 -- acclamation [n.] -- (a). loud, noisy and enthusiastic approval or welcome [synonyms: approbation, commendation] | (b). the act of electing sb using a spoken vote instead of a ballot 05 -- acquisitive [adj.] -- eager to own to acquire and own money or new possessions (material things) in a greedy way [synonyms: covetous, materialistic] 06 -- acrimonious [adj.] -- (a). (of an argument, a speech, discussion, behavior, etc.) angry and full of strong bitter, sharp or harsh feelings and words | (b). having a strong unpleasant taste or smell 07 -- adventuress [n.] -- a woman who enjoys taking risks or is willing to take risks with a view to acquire political power or to get success in a business, sometimes in a dishonest way 08 -- adventurism [n.] -- a willingness to take risks with a view to acquire political power or to get success in a business, sometimes in a dishonest way 09 -- adventurous [adj.] -- (a). (of a person) willing to take risks and try new ideas, methods, things or experiences | (b). including new and interesting ideas, methods, things or experiences | (c). full of new, exciting or dangerous ideas, methods, things or experiences [synonyms: audacious, bold, daring, exploratory] 10 -- affectation [n.] -- insincere, pretentious or unnatural behavior or an action intended to impress other people 11 -- affectingly [adv.] -- in a manner that produces strong feelings of distress, pity, regret, sorrow, or sympathy, etc. 12 -- ambiguously [adv.] -- In a manner that can be understood or interpreted in more than one way [synonyms: dubiously, vaguely, puzzlingly] 13 -- ambitiously [adv.] -- (a). with the intention of becoming extremely successful, rich, powerful, wealthy [synonym: determinedly] | (b). in a way that needs a lot of work, effort, money or time in order to achieve a specific goal because it involves too much of difficulty 14 -- amorphously [adv.] -- (a). in a manner that has no fixed, regular or distinct shape, design, form or structure [synonyms: formlessly, shapelessly,] | (b). in a way that has no definite character or nature | (c). in a manner that lacks organization [synonyms: unstructured, vaguely] 15 -- androgynous [adj.] -- partly male and partly female in appearance; having both male and female characteristics; of indeterminate gender [synonyms: asexual, genderless] 16 -- anecdotally [adv.] -- according to or by means of personal description or observations rather than proven facts 17 -- appallingly [adj.] -- In an extremely bad way [synonyms: awfully, terribly] | (b). extremely bad or poor 18 -- aristocracy [n.] -- (in some countries) the people of the highest social class or position who often have special titles such as that of duke or duchess [synonym: nobility] 19 – atmospheric [adj.] -- (a). [only before noun] related to the mixture of gases that surrounds a place, earth, planet, star, etc. | (b). creating an emotional or thrilling mood 20 -- audaciously [adv.] -- In an extremely courageous, confident and often reckless or rude manner [synonyms: adventurously, daringly, boldly]

Dictionary of 12 to 14 Letter Words Words You Should Know

How to Use the Word “Break” In English 02. How to Use the Word “Come” In English 03. How to Use the Word ... SERIES TITLE: “WORDS BY NUMBER OF LETTERS” [10 BOOKS] 01. Dictionary of 4-Letter Words 02. Dictionary of 5-Letter Words 03.

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In this book, you will learn the meanings of 575 useful 12- to 14-letter words. You will also find the names of parts of speech they belong to. I have also given synonyms for most of these words. “Letter Count” has been mentioned in the bracket after each and every word. Sample this: 01 -- abominableness [14] [n.] -- the state or quality of being extremely bad or unpleasant and causing a strong feeling of dislike or disapproval [synonyms: monstrousness, repulsiveness] 02 -- abstemiously [12] [adv.] -- in a sparing manner, avoiding too much in enjoyable activities such as eating food or drinking alcohol 03 -- abstractedly [12] [adv.] -- without paying attention to what is happening around you because you are thinking deeply about sth else; [synonyms: absentmindedly, inattentively, distractedly] 04 -- abstractionism [14] [n.] -- the principles that the mind obtains concepts by abstracting them from concepts it already has, or from experience. 05 -- abstractionist [14] [n.] -- a person who produces abstract works of art || [adj.] -- producing abstract works of art 06 -- acquisitively [13] [adv.] -- in a manner that shows eagerness to own to acquire and own money or new possessions (material things) in a greedy way [synonyms: graspingly, covetously, materialistically] 07 -- acrimoniously [13] [adv.] -- (of an argument, a speech, discussion, behavior, etc.) in an angry manner or in a bitter, sharp, harsh manner of language or tone 08 -- adaptability [12] [n.] -- (a). the quality of being able to adjust or be adjusted to deal with new and different situations or conditions [synonym: flexibility] | (b). the quality of being able to be modified or suited for a new use or purpose 09 -- adjectivally [12] [adv.] -- as, or in the manner or way of, an adjective 10 -- adulterously [12] [adv.] -- relating to a physical relationship (intercourse) between a married person and sb who is not their spouse or partner [synonyms: disloyally, treacherously] 11 -- advantageous [12] [adj.] -- good, useful, helpful or favorable in a particular situation [synonyms: beneficial, gainful] 12 -- advantageously [14] [adv.] -- in a manner that is good, useful, helpful or favorable in a particular situation [synonyms: beneficially, constructively, gainfully] 13 -- adventitious [12] [adj.] -- happening by chance or accident; not planned or designed 14 -- adventitiously [14] [adv.] -- in a manner that is happening by chance or accident; in a manner that is not planned or designed 15 -- aggrandizement [14] [n.] -- an increase in the power, wealth, importance or status of a person or country [synonyms: enhancement; extension] 16 -- alliteration [12] [n.] -- repetition of the initial letter or sound at the beginning of words in a sentence 17 -- amateurishly [12] [adv.] -- in a manner that is done incompetently, inexpertly or unskillfully [synonyms: incompetently, unprofessionally] 18 -- ambassadorial [13] [adj.] -- belonging to a high ranking official, who is representative to a foreign country [synonym: diplomatic] 19 -- ambassadress [12] [n.] -- a high ranking female official, who is representative to a foreign country; a female ambassador [synonyms: diplomat, envoy] 20 -- ambidextrous [12] [adj.] -- (a). able to use the right and left hands equally well | (b). (of a tool or instrument) designed to be used by right-handed and left-handed people with equal ease 21 -- ambidextrously [14] [adv.] -- meaning of the word 22 -- amphibiously [12] [adv.] -- (a). in a manner that is able to live/belong both on land and in water | (b). (of military operations) in a manner that involves soldiers landing or attacking at a place from the sea | (c). in a way that is suitable for use to operate on land or water; in a way that is able to operate on land or water 23 – antagonistic [12] [adj.] -- showing or feeling dislike or opposition [synonym: hostile] 24 -- aristocratic [12] [adj.] -- belonging to or typical of the people of the highest social class or position who often have special titles such as that of duke or duchess [synonym: noble] 25 – asymptomatic [12] [adj.] -- (of a person or illness) showing no symptoms

Dictionary of 15 to 18 Letter Words Words You Should Know

How to Use the Word “Break” In English 02. How to Use the Word “Come” In English 03. How to Use the Word ... SERIES TITLE: “WORDS BY NUMBER OF LETTERS” [10 BOOKS] 01. Dictionary of 4-Letter Words 02. Dictionary of 5-Letter Words 03.

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In this book, you will learn the meanings of useful 434 15- to 18-letter words. You will also find the names of parts of speech they belong to. I have also given synonyms for most of these words. “Letter Count” has been mentioned in the bracket after each and every word. Sample this: 01 – absentmindedness [16] [n.] -- a lack of attention or awareness to what you are doing or what is happening around you [synonym: inattentiveness] 02 -- accountableness [15] [n.] -- the quality or state of being answerable or accountable 03 -- acquaintanceship [16] [n.] -- the state of being familiar to sb in a way that involves less intimate relation than friendship 04 -- acquisitiveness [15] [n.] -- excessive interest in acquiring and owning money or new possessions (material things) in a greedy way [synonyms: covetousness, hoarding, materialism] 05 -- acrimoniousness [15] [n.] -- (of an argument, a speech, discussion, behavior, etc.) the fact or quality of having strong bitter, sharp or harsh feelings and words | (b). state of having a strong unpleasant taste or smell 06 -- advantageousness [16] [n.] -- the quality or state of being good, useful, helpful or favorable in a particular situation [synonym: profitableness] 07 -- adventurousness [15] [n.] -- (a). the trait of being willing to take risks and try new ideas, methods, things or experiences | (b). a state of having full of new, exciting or dangerous ideas, methods, things or experiences [synonyms: audaciousness, boldness, daringness] 08 -- ambidextrousness [16] [n.] -- the fact or property of being equally skillful with each hand 09 – antagonistically 16 [adv.] -- In a manner that shows or feels dislike or opposition [synonym: hostility] 10 – anthropocentric [15] [adj.] -- believing that humans are the most significant or central entity of the universes 11 – anthropocentricism [18] [n.] -- the belief that humans are the most significant or central entity of the universes 12 – anthropomorphic [15] [adj.] -- treating gods, animals or objects as if they have characteristics (in terms of appearance, behavior, etc.) of human beings 13 – anthropomorphism [16] [n.] -- treatment of gods, animals or objects as if they have characteristics (in terms of appearance, behavior, etc.) of human beings 14 – approachability [15] [n.] -- the quality or state of being easy to get to [synonym: accessibility] 15 -- approachableness [16] [n.] -- the quality of being friendly and easy to meet, talk to, or deal with | (of a place) the quality of being able to be reached from a particular direction or position, or by a particular method. [synonym: accessible] 16 – argumentatively [16] [adv.] -- in a manner that shows someone wants to argue 17 – argumentativeness [17] [n.] -- the state or fact of showing tendency to argue 18 -- ascertainableness [17] [n.] -- the quality of being able to be found out, determined, fixed, etc. 19 – asymptomatically [16] [adv.] -- (of a person or illness) in a manner that shows no symptoms 20 – atmospherically [15] [adv.] -- (a). in a manner that relates to the mixture of gases that surrounds a place, earth, planet, star, etc. | (b). in a manner that creates an emotional or thrilling mood

Dictionary of 10 Letter Words Words You Should Know

He is a permanent resident of the Sheeshmahal area of Kathgodam located in the city of Haldwani in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand in India. He completed his schooling in four different schools. He is a science graduate in the ZBC ...

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In this book, you will learn the meanings of 725 useful 10-letter-words. You will also find the names of parts of speech they belong to. I have also given synonyms for most of these words. Sample this: 01 -- aberrantly [adv.] -- in a manner that is unusual or socially unacceptable; departing from an accepted standard [synonym: abnormally] 02 -- abhorrence [n.] -- a feeling of strong hate for a way of thinking or behaving for moral reasons [synonyms: detestation, disgust, hatred, loathing, repugnance] 03 -- abominable [adj.] -- extremely bad or unpleasant and causing a strong feeling of dislike or disapproval [synonyms: appalling, detesting, monstrous, repulsive] 04 -- abortively [adv.] -- (of an action) in a manner that fails to produce the intended result [synonyms: fruitlessly, unproductively, unsuccessfully] 05 -- abrogation [n.] -- an act of officially canceling or ending sth such as a law, agreement, contract, decision, etc. and making them no longer valid 06 -- abruptness [n.] -- (a). (of an action) rapidness or unexpectedness [synonyms: hastiness, suddenness, unexpectedness] | (b). rudeness 07 -- abstemious [adj.] -- not allowing yourself to indulge too much in enjoyable activities such as eating food or drinking alcohol [synonym: ascetic] 08 -- abstracted [adj.] -- thinking deeply about sth and lacking concentration or not paying attention to what is happening around one. [synonyms: absentminded, inattentive, distracted, preoccupied] 09 -- abstrusely [adv.] -- in a manner that is complicated and difficult to understand especially when could be explained in an easier way [synonyms: perplexingly, puzzlingly] 10 -- accusative [adj.] -- (in some languages such as Latin, Greek and German) the form of a noun, a pronoun or an adjective when it is the direct object of a verb, or objects of prepositions | [n.] -- a word in the accusative case 11 -- adamantine [adj.] -- extremely strong; impossible to break or smash 12 -- adaptively – in a manner that shows an ability to change when necessary in order to deal with different or changing situations 13 -- adjectival [adj.] -- containing, being, relating to or functioning as an adjective 14 -- adulterous [adj.] -- of or involving physical relationship (intercourse) between a married person and sb who is not their spouse or partner [synonyms: disloyal, treacherous] 15 -- advantaged [adj.] -- being in or having a comparatively favorable position over others in terms of a financial or social situation [synonym: privileged] 16 -- adventurer [n.] -- a man who enjoys taking risks or is willing to take risks with a view to acquire political power or to get success in a business, sometimes in a dishonest way 17 -- affectedly [adv.] -- in an insincere, pretentious and unnatural way to impress other people 18 -- aggrandize [v.] -- to increase power, wealth, importance or status of a person or country [synonyms: enhance; extend] 19 -- aggravated [adj.] -- (of crime or offense) involving further unnecessary violence or unpleasant behavior 20 -- allusively [adv.] -- in a manner that contains a word or phrase that makes a reference to a specific person, event, place, etc. in an indirect way 21 -- amateurism [n.] -- (a). the practicing of an activity, especially a sport, for enjoyment or interest on an unpaid basis | (b). the fact, state or quality of being unskilled or not competent at a particular activity. 22 -- ambassador [n.] -- (a). a high ranking official, who is representative to a foreign country [synonyms: diplomat, envoy] | (b). a promoter of a particular activity 23 -- anticlimax [n.] -- a series of ideas arranged in the order of decreasing importance 24 -- antiquated [adj.] -- (of things or ideas) out-of-date and no longer useful, suitable or accepted for modern conditions [synonyms: obsolete, outdated, outmoded] 25 -- aristocrat [n.] -- a member of the highest social class or position who often has special titles such as that of duke or duchess 26 -- aspiration [n.] -- a strong desire to be successful in a particular career or activity [synonyms: aim, ambition, goal] 27 -- audibility [n.] -- the quality, fact or degree of being loud enough to be heard clearly by the ear.

Dictionary of 8 Letter Words Words You Should Know

He is a permanent resident of the Sheeshmahal area of Kathgodam located in the city of Haldwani in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand in India. He completed his schooling in four different schools. He is a science graduate in the ZBC ...

Author: Manik Joshi

Publisher: Manik Joshi

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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In this book, you will learn the meanings of 800 useful 8-letter-words. You will also find the names of parts of speech they belong to. I have also given synonyms for most of these words. Sample this: 01 -- aberrant [adj.] -- unusual or socially unacceptable; departing from an accepted standard [synonyms: abnormal, deviant, nonstandard] 02 -- ablation [n.] -- the loss, removal or destruction of material from an object such as rock, iceberg, etc. through the action of the sun, rain, wind, etc. 03 -- abortive [adj.] -- (of an action) failing to produce the intended result [synonyms: failed, fruitless, unproductive, unsuccessful] 04 -- abrasion [n.] -- (a). a damaged area of sth such as skin or rock where it has been rubbed or scrapped against sth hard and rough | (b). the process of damaging the surface of sth such as rock or by friction or erosion 05 -- abridged [adj.] -- a shortened version of an ‘original text’ [synonyms: abbreviated, shortened] 06 -- abrogate [v.] -- to officially cancel or end sth such as a law, agreement, contract, decision, etc. and make them no longer valid [synonyms: repeal, revoke, rescind] 07 -- abruptly [adj.] -- (a). in an unpleasantly manner that is sudden, rapid or unexpected [synonyms: hastily, suddenly, unexpectedly] | (b). (related to the way of talking) in an unfriendly manner 08 -- abstruse [adj.] -- complicated and difficult to understand especially when could be explained in an easier way [synonyms: perplexing, puzzling] 09 -- accolade [n.] -- praise, recognition or an award for an artistic achievement [synonym: honor] 10 -- adhesion [n.] -- the ability, action or process to stick or become attached to a surface or object [synonyms: bond, linkage] 11 -- adultery [n.] -- physical relationship (intercourse) between a married person and sb who is not their spouse or partner [synonyms: infidelity, treachery] 12 -- aesthete [n.] -- a person who has a love, understanding, sensitivity and appreciation of works of art and beautiful things 13 -- affected [adj.] -- (of a person or their behavior) insincere, pretentious or unnatural 14 -- agitator [n.] -- a person who urges others to take part in a protest or rebel, especially political one [synonyms: campaigner, dissenter, protestor] 15 -- allergic [adj.] -- (a). having an allergy to sth | (b). caused by allergy | (c). having an aversion to somebody/something 16 -- allusion [n.] -- a word or phrase that makes a reference to a specific person, event, place, etc. in an indirect way [synonym: insinuation] 17 -- allusive [adj.] -- containing a word or phrase that makes a reference to a specific person, event, place, etc. in an indirect way 18 -- almighty [adj.] -- (a). (in prayers) having ultimate power | (b). enormous or severe 19 -- anecdote [n.] -- (a). a short, funny or interesting account of a real person or event [synonym: tale] | (b). an unreliable personal account of an event especially [synonym: hearsay] 20 -- ardently [adv.] -- in a way that shows strong emotion or feeling such as love, fondness, etc. for somebody/something [synonyms: enthusiastically, passionately] 21 -- artfully [adv.] -- (a). in a manner that is clever or skillful but also cunning or dishonest | (b). (of things or actions) in a way that shows creative skill or taste 22 -- artifice [n.] -- the clever use of tricks to cheat or deceive sb [synonyms: deception, pretense] | (b). a skilled piece of workmanship 23 -- aspirant [adj.] -- a person who has a strong desire to be successful in a particular career or activity [synonym: contender] 24 -- aspiring [adj.] -- (a). directing your hopes, efforts, etc. towards a particular career or activity in order to become a specified type of person. [synonym: wannabe] | (b). wanting to be successful 25 -- audacity [n.] -- rude, shocking or disrespectful behavior [synonyms: cheek, daring, impudence, nerve] 26 -- augustly – in a manner that is respected, dignified and impressive [synonyms: imposingly, majestically] 27 -- aversion [n.] -- a strong feeling of dislike or hatred towards something [synonyms: repugnance, revulsion] 28 -- avowedly [adv.] -- in a manner that has been publicly admitted, declared, asserted or stated [synonym: confirmedly]

TEACH THE SHORT WORDS FIRST The reading teacher s book of short word lists

28 suggested questions , games , puzzles and exercises for the previous group of 4 - letter words . ... Bear in mind that matches do not prove they know the meaning of the words . 7. Which words rhyme with FIRE ? 8.

Author: Martin R. Carbone, Matthew R. Carbone

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ISBN: 097617300X

Category: Reading (Elementary)

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Designed to help reading teachers introduce students to all the common short words in the English language as these words are used in phrases, rhymes, epigrams, games, puzzles and exercises. Students will learn to read, in context, the small common words they are using every day in conversational speech--Preface.