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English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO & Other exams

Appertain: To belong as by right fitness association classification possession or natural relation.

Applause: cheering, acclaim, praise clapping
Example: [a round of applause]

Apposite:
apt
Example: [an apposite phrase]

Apposition:
The act of placing side by side together or in contact.

Appraise:
evaluate the value assess
Example: [to appraise the situation]

Appreciable:
considerable, significant, substantial, visible, noticeable
Example: [appreciable contribution/change/degree/progress/amounts]

Apprehend:
arrest
Example: [police apprehended the thief]

Apprehensible:
Capable of being conceived.

Apprehension:
anxiety fear
Example: [it’s normal to feel a little apprehension before an exam]

Apprehensive:
anxious
Example: [a bit apprehensive about]

Apprise:
to give notice of inform
Example: [The President has been apprised of the situation]

Approbation:
official approval praise
Example: [The council has finally indicated its approbation of the plans]

Approbatory:
praising, favorable, laudatory, approving, congratulatory
Example: [When the painting was exhibited, it elicited various approbatory comments]

Appropriate:
to take or steal something
Example: [appropriate someone’s wealth]

Appurtenances:
subordinate possessions
Example: [he bought the estate and all its appurtenances]

Apropos:
Appropriate
Example: [clothes which are apropos to the occasion]

Apt:
suitable
Example: [an apt comment]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Aptitude: ability
Example: [personal aptitudes and abilities]

Aqueduct:
A water-conduit particularly one for supplying a community from a distance.

Aqueous:
Of pertaining to or containing water.

Aquiline:
bent, like an eagle, curved booked
Example: [he can be recognized by his aquiline nose]

Arable:
suitable for cultivation
Example: [arable farming]

Arbiter:
judge
Example: [the arbiters of fashion]

Arbitrary:
capricious, tyrannical, depending solely on individual will
Example: [an arbitrary decision]

Arbitrate:
decide, judge, mediate, determine, make an objective judgment
Example: [to arbitrate claims/disputes/differences]

Arbor:
garden shelter, tree, wooden framework that supports climbing plants
Example: [The arbor provided a pleasant shady resting place in the park]

Arboreal:
Of or pertaining to a tree or trees.

Arborescent:
Having the nature of a tree.

Arboriculture:
The cultivation of trees or shrubs.

Arcade:
a roofed passage between shops
Example: [a shopping arcade]

Arcane:
secret
Example: [the arcane details of the agreement]

Archaeology:
tools the study of ancient cultures by looking for and examining their buildings
Example: [department of archaeology]

Archaic:
from an earlier time Antiquated
Example: [Archaic structures that have been perverted by evil provide an excellent den for bats to live in]

Archaism:
Obsolescence.
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Archangel: angel of the highest rank, chief angel
Example: [Jesus and Mary were attended by two archangels]

Archbishop:
highest-ranking officer of the church
Example: [The quarrel between the king and the archbishop was amicably settled]

Archdeacon:
senior church official ranking just under a bishop
Example: [Do you know that he is neither deacon, archdeacon, nor priest?]

Archetype:
original model
Example: [The United States is the archetype of a federal society]

Archipelago:
group of islands
Example: [the Hawaiian archipelago]

Archives:
public records
Example: [archive film]

Ardent:
enthusiastic passionate
Example: [ardent believer]

Ardor:
enthusiasm, eagerness, fervor, love, passion
Example: [Joyce, I reflected, mundanely, had clearly swept her off her feet in the ardor of their first meeting and instant love]

Ardor (Ardour):
great emotion or passion
Example: [His ardor for her cooled after only a few weeks]

Arduous:
hard extremely difficult
Example: [an arduous journey]

Argot:
slang
Example: [They developed their own argot and rebellious fashion codes]

Aria:
operatic song

Arid:
dull dry
Example: [an arid climate]

Aristocracy:
A hereditary nobility

Aristocrat:
nobleman
Example: [an aristocratic family]

Armada:
A fleet of war-vessels.
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


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