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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

Abstruse: difficult to comprehend
Example: [abstruse reasoning]

Absurd: Inconsistent and nonsensical.

Abundant:
plentiful, rich, full, profuse, of great quantity
Example: [abundant evidence/supply/energy/wealth]

Abusive:
using harsh words or ill treatment
Example: [abusive father]

Abut:
border on touch
Example: [Their house abutted onto the police station]

Abysmal:
sub par deficient
Example: [abysmal failure]

Abyss:
Bottomless cavity.

Academy:
school
Example: [academy of arts]

Accede:
express approval, yield, agree to
Example: [He graciously acceded to our request]

Accelerate:
To move faster
Example: [accelerate your car]

Accentuate:
emphasize
Example: [Her dress was tightly belted, accentuating the slimness of her waist]

Accessible:
approachable find
Example: [such information is accessible to the general public]

Accession:
Coming into possession of an office or title.
Example: [It is also likely that the issue of equity will be aggravated by the accession of poorer countries from Eastern Europe in the medium term]

Accessory:
ornament; accomplice, attachment, partner
Example: [bathroom accessories or an accessory to murder]

Acclaim:
fame, recognition, praise
Example: [an acclaimed author]

Acclimate:
accustom oneself to a climate
Example: [for the troops to become acclimatized to desert conditions]

Acclivity:
incline ascent
Example: [the car could not go up the acclivity]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Accolade: praise applause
Example: [he’s been granted the ultimate accolade]

Accommodate:
adapt
Example: [we accommodated the needs of physically challenged]

Accompaniment:
a subordinate musical piece, co-occurrence, addition, escort, supplement, complement
Example: [Their war songs and so forth were sung to the accompaniment of these drum orchestras]

Accompanist:
pianist, instrumentalist, backing musician
Example: [Marian McPartland is among the best accompanists in jazz]

Accompany:
To go with or be associated with as a companion.
Example: [We must accompany our people from a place of guilt to absolution, fear to repentance, shame to sacrifice]

Accomplice:
one who aids a lawbreaker
Example: [the accomplice was also sentenced to jail]

Accomplish:
To bring to pass.
Example: [It took a special, meticulous kind of person to accomplish the undertaking, someone with brains, patience, and nerves of steel]

Accord:
come to an agreement to reconcile
Example: [In his view, the conduct of the prisoners in these Russian trials is in full accord with the Russian character]

Accost:
to approach and speak to someone
Example: [I’m usually accosted by my students]

Account:
A record or statement of receipts and expenditures or of business transactions.

Accouter:
To dress.

Accouter (Accoutre):
equip
Example: [he was accoutered with the best sporting goods store could supply]

Accredit:
authorize
Example: [accredited organization]

Accretion:
grow in size or increase in amount
Example: [the accretion of wealth]

Accrue:
grow by additions to accumulate
Example: [accrue vacations]

Accumulate:
amass
Example: [accumulate wealth]

Accurate:
Conforming exactly to truth or to a standard.
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Accursed: doomed, cursed, damned, ill-fated, hated
Example: [You need to burn all these accursed books]

Accusation:
A charge of crime misdemeanor or error.

Accusatory:
critical, harsh, denunciatory, severe, expressing accusation
Example: [My mother doesn’t point an accusatory finger directly at anyone]

Accuse:
To charge with wrong doing misconduct or error.

Accustom:
To make familiar by use.
Example: [Some people milk the does twice a day and give the kids bottles, which is labor-intensive but helps accustom kids to human handling]

Acerbic:
sour, astringent, bitter, sharp, biting, caustic, acid
Example: [acerbic commentary/criticism/wit]

Acerbity:
bitterness of speech or temper
Example: [the meeting was marked with acerbity]

Acetate:
fabric made of cellulose, salt of acetic acid
Example: [acetate fibers]

Acetic:
related to vinegar
Example: [acetic acid]

Ache:
To be in pain or distress.

Achillean:
Invulnerable.

Achromatic:
Colorless

Acidulous:
sour in taste or manner
Example: [sarcastic and acidulous remarks]

Acknowledge:
to recognize or accept
Example: [acknowledged expert]

Acknowledgment:
Recognition.

Acme:
highest point summit
Example: [the acme of an actor’s career]
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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