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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

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Personality: The attributes taken collectively that make up the character and nature of an individual.

Personify: exemplify embody
Example: [In Greek myth, love is personified by the goddess Aphrodite]

Personnel:
employees
Example: [military personnel]

Perspective:
The relative importance of facts or matters from any special point of view.

Perspicacious:
wise, insightful, perceptive, smart, discerning
Example: [perspicacious remarks]

Perspicacity:
Acuteness or discernment.

Perspicuity:
clearness of expression
Example: [the perspicuity of the author]

Perspicuous:
lucid
Example: [her perspicuous remarks eliminated any possibility of misunderstanding]

Perspiration:
Sweat.

Perspire:
To excrete through the pores of the skin.

Persuadable:
capable of influencing to action by entreaty statement or anything that moves the feelings.

Persuade:
To win the mind of by argument eloquence evidence or reflection.

Persuasive:
convincing
Example: [a persuasive speaker]

Pert:
bold flippant
Example: [a pert answer]

Pertain:
to relate
Example: [the parts of the proposals that pertain to local issue]

Pertinacious:
persevering
Example: [Like most successful politicians, she is pertinacious and single-minded in the pursuit of her goals]

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


Pertinent: applicable Relevant
Example: [a pertinent question]

Perturb:
to worry someone]
Example: [News of the arrest perturbed her greatly]

Perturbation:
disturbance agitation
Example: [Perturbations in the orbit of the planet Uranus led to the discovery of Neptune]

Perusal:
reading carefully
Example: [for their perusal]

Peruse:
read carefully
Example: [He opened a newspaper and began to peruse]

Pervade:
permeate
Example: [The film is a reflection of the violence that pervades the society]

Pervasion:
The state of spreading through every part.

Pervasive:
Thoroughly penetrating or permeating
Example: [a pervasive smell of diesel]

Perverse:
Unreasonable
Example: [a perverse logic]

Perversion:
Diversion from the true meaning or proper purpose
Example: [His testimony was clearly a perversion of the truth]

Perversity:
stubborn maintenance of a wrong cause
Example: [I cannot forgive your perversity in repeating such an impossible story]

Pervert:
to misuse to cause to change in immoral way
Example: [Her ideas have been shamelessly perverted to serve the president’s propaganda campaign]

Pervious:
Admitting the entrance or passage of another substance.

Pessimism:
gloominess belief that life is basically bad or evil
Example: [pessimism vs. optimism]

Pessimist:
cynic
Example: [Don’t be such a pessimist]

Pest:
nuisance, irritation, harmful organism, annoyance, outbreak of fatal infectious disease
Example: [The withering of the leaves when the corn is young, shows the presence of this pest]

Pestilence:
virus, disease, epidemic
Example: [But the country had been laid very low by war, pestilence and famine, though it recovered itself with wonderful rapidity]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Pestilent: Having a malign influence or effect.

Pestilential:
baneful causing plague
Example: [the pestilential swamp]

Peter:
To fail or lose power efficiency or value.

Petite:
small
Example: [She was dark and petite]

Petition:
request
Example: [I signed a petition against]

Petrify:
shock calcify
Example: [the punishment petrified the students]

Petty:
trivial
Example: [petty thief]

Petulance:
The character or condition of being impatient capricious or petulant.

Petulant:
peevish irritable
Example: [the feverish patient was petulant and restless]

Pharmacopoeia:
a publication that indexes drugs and specifies how to prepare and administer them
Example: [He took it dazedly, then dropped it, and the Little Chemist picked it up; he had no prescription like that in his pharmacopoeia]

Pharmacy:
The art or business of compounding and dispensing medicines.

Phenomena:
subjects of scientific investigation observable facts
Example: [careful records of the phenomena]

Phenomenal:
or extraordinary unusual natural events
Example: [a phenomenal success]

Phenomenon:
Any unusual occurrence.

Phial:
small bottle vial
Example: [this phial of perfume is expensive]

Philander:
flirt
Example: [do not philander with my affections]
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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