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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

Gk in Hindi Samanya Gyan

Propriety: appropriateness
Example: [he was careful always to behave with propriety]

Propulsion: driving force, momentum, act of driving or pushing something forward
Example: [This was a battle royal of types and modes of application of the power of the steam-engine to the propulsion of ships]

Propulsive:
driving forward
Example: [the propulsive power of a jet plane]

Prorogue:
dismiss parliament
Example: [the king could not prorogue parliament]

Prosaic:
flat, uninspired, dull
Example: [He asked if I’d got my black eye in a fight – I told him the prosaic truth that I’d banged my head on a door]

Proscenium:
rostrum platform
Example: [in the theater in the round, there can be no proscenium]

Proscribe:
to condemn prohibit
Example: [The Athletics Federation have banned the runner from future races for using proscribed drugs]

Proscription:
Any act of condemnation and rejection from favor and privilege.

Proselyte:
neophyte, convert, one who has recently changed from one religion or doctrine to another, new believer
Example: [[T]hey take as proselytes, persons so young that they cannot know their own minds, and cannot possess much strength of resolution in this or any other respect]

Proselytize:
advocate, preach, try to convert someone to another religion or opinion, persuade
Example: [He used spiritual books in the classroom to proselytize students to that doctrine]

Proselytize (Proselytise):
convert recruit
Example: [the proselytizing zeal]

Prosody:
study of poetic structure
Example: [the book on prosody contains a rhyming dictionary]

Prospective:
imminent expected
Example: [prospective employers]

Prospector:
One who makes exploration search or examination especially for minerals.

Prospectus:
brochure
Example: [impressive prospectus]

Prostrate:
lying flat on the ground
Example: [he prostrated himself before the god idol]

Protagonist:
main character, leading role, supporter, hero or heroine in a play, novel, or story, advocate
Example: [Another man … who had become an ardent protagonist of the evil that was rampant and universal. In her films, the main protagonists are women from the same family]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Protean: changing readily
Example: [the protean talents of this comedian]

Protection:
Preservation from harm danger annoyance or any other evil.

Protective:
Sheltering.

Protector:
A defender.

Protege:
pupil ward
Example: [his young protégé]

Protestant:
A Christian who denies the authority of the Pope and holds the right of special judgment.

Protocol:
code of diplomatic etiquette
Example: [royal protocol]

Protomartyr:
The earliest victim in any cause.

Protoplasm:
the material inside a cell
Example: [the protoplasm of the cell-body]

Prototype:
an original work
Example: [we are developing a prototype of a new mind machine]

Protract:
extend To prolong
Example: [I have no desire to protract the process]

Protrude:
To push out or thrust forth
Example: [protruding ears]

Protrusion:
The act of protruding
Example: [It has a series of protrusions along its back]

Protuberance:
Something that swells out from a surrounding surface.

Protuberant:
Bulging.

Protuberate:
To swell or bulge beyond the surrounding surface.

Provenance:
origin or source of something
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Provender: fodder dry food
Example: [a large quantity of provender for the cattle]

Proverb:
maxim
Example: [an old proverb]

Proverbial:
well-known
Example: [his proverbial good humor]

Providence:
divine protection foresight
Example: [divine providence]

Provident:
thrifty having foresight
Example: [provident fund]

Providential:
heaven-sent, divine, lucky, fortunate, resulting from divine providence
Example: [He had himself been converted by what might well be considered a providential circumstance]

Province:
district bailiwick
Example: [the province of Rajasthan]

Provincial:
insular, intolerant, limited in scope
Example: [provincial governments]

Provisional:
temporary
Example: [a provisional certificate]

Proviso:
stipulation
Example: [He was released from prison on the proviso that he doesn’t leave the country]

Provisory:
conditional

Provocation:
An action or mode of conduct that excites resentment.

Provocative:
titillating
Example: [a provocative question]

Provoke:
incite
Example: [was provoked into the argument]

Prowess:
Strength skill and intrepidity in battle.

Proximately:
closely, nearly, in a proximate manner, position, or degree, approximately, immediately
Example: [These men, as we believe, were proximately the means of his ruin. The proportion of expenses due to these enterprises and results may, in like manner, be proximately calculated]
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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