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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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Proximity: nearness
Example: [The best thing about the location of the house is its proximity to the market]

Proxy: agent substitute
Example: [a proxy vote]

Prude:
puritan
Example: [Call me a prude, but I just didn’t like doing a poo in front of naked ladies]

Prudence:
Caution.

Prudent:
careful cautious
Example: [It’s always prudent to]

Prudential:
sagacious, sensible, intelligent, wise, cautious
Example: [prudential regulations/considerations/measures/standards/restraints]

Prudery:
moralism, excessive modesty, puritanism, narrow-mindedness
Example: [He secretly despised his sister’s prudery though he dared not acknowledge it. We all admit that Victorian prudery was carried to absurd lengths]

Prudish:
squeamish, narrow-minded, very formal, reserved, precise, overly careful
Example: [They are very prudish about sexuality]

Prune:
trim to cut expenditure or branches
Example: [she pruned her manuscript into publishable form]

Prurient:
exhibiting lewd desires
Example: [He denied that the article had been in any way prurient]

Pseudapostle:
A pretended or false apostle.

Pseudonym:
pen name alias
Example: [the author used a pseudonym]

Pseudonymity:
The state or character of using a fictitious name.

Psyche:
mind soul
Example: [the psyche of people]

Psychiatrist:
a doctor who treats mental diseases
Example: [a psychiatrist often spends hours with a patient before making a diagnosis]

Psychiatry:
branch of medicine dealing with mental disorders
Example: [He is a major authority in child and adolescent psychiatry]

Psychic:
pertaining the psyche or mind
Example: [psychic powers]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Psychopath: madman

Psychopathic:
mentally ill
Example: [a psychopathic serial killer]

Psychosis:
mental disorder

Psychotherapy:
treatment of emotional disorders using talking therapies and similar psychological techniques
Example: [Most people who enter counseling or psychotherapy want to improve some aspect of their living]

Psychotic:
demented
Example: [a psychotic disorder]

Pterodactyl:
extinct flying reptile
Example: [the remains of pterodactyls]

Puberty:
adolescence
Example: [At puberty, girls begin to menstruate]

Pudgy:
heavy, fat or thick, obese, overweight, big-bellied
Example: [pudgy hands/fingers/cheeks]

Puerile:
Childish
Example: [I find his sense of humor rather puerile]

Pugilist:
boxer
Example: [Mohammed Ali was a famous pugilist]

Pugnacious:
quarrelsome combative
Example: [I found him pugnacious and arrogant]

Puissant:
strong
Example: [he will make a puissant ally]

Pulchritude:
beauty
Example: [female pulchritude]

Pulmonary:
related to the lungs
Example: [the pulmonary artery]

Pulp:
mush paste
Example: [Mash the bananas to a pulp]

Pulpit:
priesthood platform
Example: [the priest spoke from the pulpit]

Pulsate:
throb
Example: [The whole room was pulsating with music]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Pummel: attack beat
Example: [They were pummeled in the second round]

Pun:
wordplay
Example: [a well-known joke based on a pun]

Punctilious:
careful in observing rules of behavior or ceremony
Example: [He was always punctilious in his manners]

Punctual:
Observant and exact in points of time.

Pundit:
learned or politically astute person
Example: [a political pundit]

Pungency:
wit, sharpness, cleverness, force, the condition of having a strong, sharp taste or smell

Pungent:
sharp smell or taste
Example: [the pungent whiff of a goat]

Punitive:
punishing
Example: [punitive action]

Puny:
small weak
Example: [My car only has a puny little engine]

Pupilage:
The state or period of being a student.

Purblind:
dim-sighted obtuse
Example: [in his purblind condition, he could not identify the people he saw]

Purgatory:
netherworld limbo
Example: [I’ve been on a diet for two weeks now, and it’s purgatory]

Purge:
remove cleanse
Example: [Party leaders have undertaken to purge the party of extremists]

Purl:
To cause to whirl as in an eddy.

Purloin:
To steal
Example: [purloined from the office]

Purport:
claim to be
Example: [They purport to represent the wishes of the majority of parents at the school]
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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