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
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
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 and make them no longer valid [synonyms: repeal, revoke, rescind] 07 -- abruptly [adj.]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]