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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

Bawdy: obscene indecent
Example: [she took offense at his bawdy remarks]

Bawl: To proclaim by outcry.

Beatific:
angelic, supremely happy, saintly
Example: [beatific smile on the child’s face]

Beatitude:
state of bliss

Becalm:
render motionless because of lack of wind
Example: [Although the breeze had now utterly ceased, we had made a great deal of way during the night and were now lying becalmed about half a mile to the south-east of the low eastern coast]

Beck:
rivulet, stream
Example: [They crossed the beck on a rather old bridge]

Becoming:
proper
Example: [That’s a most becoming dress]

Bedaub:
to cover with a greasy or dirty substance
Example: [The natives bedaub their bodies with rancid grease]

Bedizen:
dress with vulgar finery
Example: [the witch doctors were bedizened in all their gaudiest costumes]

Bedlam:
anarchy, disorder, uproar, confusion, mental hospital
Example: [Suddenly, from a distance, came a bedlam of noise that made Michael prick up his ears and bristle with premonition of fresh disaster]

Bedraggle:
wet thoroughly
Example: [bedraggled by the severe storm]

Befit:
to be suitable
Example: [it befits for her to be the CEO]

Befriend:
assist, make friends with, aid, help, stand by
Example: [Grandma profited by the good will of those whom she had befriended]

Befuddle:
confuse thoroughly

Beget:
procreate produce
Example: [poverty begets hunger, and hunger begets crime]

Begrudge:
envy resent
Example: [She begrudged paying so much for an ice-cream cone]

Beguile:
seduce, deceive, mislead
Example: [He was completely beguiled by her beauty]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Beguiling: attractive, charming, enticing, captivating, misleading
Example: [a beguiling sight]

Behemoth:
huge creature monster
Example: [a grocery chain behemoth]

Beholden:
in debt
Example: [independent and beholden to no one]

Behoove:
to be right to be fit
Example: [it behooves all of us to remain calm in time of crisis]

Belabor (Belabour):
to insist repeatedly or harp on to assail verbally
Example: [belabor a point]

Belated:
overdue, delayed, late
Example: [Belated birthday greetings]

Belay:
To make fast as a rope by winding round a cleat.

Beleaguer:
to harass, besiege, plague
Example: [the beleaguered doctors working in the refugee camps]

Belie:
contradict, prove to be false, refute, disprove, misrepresent, distort, give a false impression of
Example: [to belie a notion]

Believe:
To accept as true on the testimony or authority of others.

Belittle:
to represent as unimportant disparage
Example: [they attempted to belittle the leader]

Belle:
the most good-looking woman in a group, an attractive girl or woman
Example: [She was considered the belle of Prince George County]

Bellicose:
aggressive Warlike
Example: [a bellicose situation]

Belligerent:
hostile combative
Example: [his assistant was belligerent]

Benediction:
divine blessing
Example: [his presence was such a benediction]

Benefactor:
someone giving aid or money patron
Example: [king Ashoka was a benefactor]

Benefice:
A church office endowed with funds or property for the maintenance of divine service.
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Beneficence: doing good, kindness, donation, charity, generosity
Example: [His unswerving belief in the beneficence of God was most beautiful, most touching]

Beneficial:
advantageous helpful
Example: [physical exercise is beneficial for your health]

Beneficiary:
One who is lawfully entitled to proceeds of an estate or property
Example: [Her husband was the chief beneficiary of her will]

Benefit:
Helpful result.

Benevolent:
kind
Example: [a benevolent action]

Benighted:
un enlightened
Example: [benighted savages]

Benign:
gentle, kind, or harmless
Example: [a benign ruler or benign tumor]

Benignant:
character Benevolent in feeling

Benison:
Blessing
Example: [let us pray for the benison of peace on the earth]

Bent:
determined natural inclination towards something
Example: [She has a scientific bent]

Bequeath:
give, leave behind, endow, hand down, pass on
Example: [Probably it had never occurred to him that he would have any property to bequeath to anyone]

Berate:
to scold harshly
Example: [As he left the meeting, he was berated by angry demonstrators]

Bereave:
rob
Example: [bereaved parents]

Bereaved:
suffering death of a loved one
Example: [bereaved parents]

Bereavement:
state of being deprived of something valuable or beloved
Example: [his friends gathered to console him upon his sudden bereavement]

Bereft:
deprived of
Example: [bereft of hope]
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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