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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

Moderator: The presiding officer of a meeting.

Modernity: The state or character of being modern.

Modernize:
To make characteristic of the present or of recent times.

Modicum:
a small amount
Example: [a modicum of truth]

Modification:
A change.

Modify:
To make somewhat different.

Modish:
chic
Example: [modish garments]

Modulate:
To vary in tone inflection pitch or other quality of sound.

Modulation:
changing from one key to another toning down
Example: [modulation of voice]

Module:
unit
Example: [The full computer program is made up of several modules]

MODULE – 10: Bilk:
Example: [cheat, defraud, escape, trick, elude,]

MODULE – 11: Brethren:
Example: [colleagues, members, religious sect, associates, brothers,]

MODULE – 12: Cadence:
Example: [tempo, rhythm, beat, intonation, inflection of the voice,]

MODULE – 13: Casualty:
Example: [loss, fatality, injured person, victim, fatal accident,]

MODULE – 14: Charlatan:
Example: [quack, impostor, someone who pretends to be an expert, fraud,]

MODULE – 15: Coagulant:
Example: [an agent that causes blood or another liquid to thicken,]

MODULE – 16: Concentric:
Example: [having the same starting point, sharing a common center,]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


MODULE – 17: Conquer: Example: [beat, overcome, subdue, defeat, master,]

MODULE – 18: Convergent:
Example: [coming together, merging, confluent,]

MODULE – 19: Crag:
Example: [a very steep rugged rock or cliff,]

MODULE – 2: Accord:
Example: [treaty, agreement, consensus, settlement, harmony,]

MODULE – 20: Debonair:
Example: [elegant, sophisticated, charming, refined, cheerful,]

MODULE – 21: [ ˌdelɪˈkwes]:

MODULE – 22: Derivation: Example: [source, origin, root, beginning, word formation,]

MODULE – 23: Dialect:
Example: [regional form of a language, idiom,]

MODULE – 24: Discreet:
Example: [unobtrusive, restrained, careful about what one says or does, unnoticeable, tactful,]

MODULE – 25: Dowry:
Example: [wedding gift, payment, endowment, money or property that a woman brings to her husband at marriage,]

MODULE – 26: Eerie:
Example: [strange, creepy, unnatural,]

MODULE – 27: Encroach:
Example: [violate, intrude, infringe, invade, trespass,]

MODULE – 28: Epicycloid:
Example: [a curve produced by a point on a circle which rolls around another circle,]

MODULE – 29: Eurytopic:
Example: [able to survive in a wide range of habitats or ecological conditions,]

MODULE – 3: Affable:
Example: [friendly, pleasant, polite, sociable, gentle,]

MODULE – 30: Exhort:
Example: [inspire, cheer, encourage, urge, insist, admonish, press,]

MODULE – 31: Fabricate:
Example: [construct, engineer, make up, manufacture, invent,]

MODULE – 32: Fief:
Example: [estate in possession, piece of land, feudal estate,]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


MODULE – 33: Forbearance: Example: [moderation, patience, restraint, tolerance, abstinence,]

MODULE – 34: Frantic:
Example: [hectic, hysterical, out of control, wild, agitated,]

MODULE – 35: Gambol:
Example: [spring, jump, leap playfully, bounce, play, hop, run, skip about,]

MODULE – 36: Glean:
Example: [collect, accumulate, harvest, gather, pick up,]

MODULE – 37: Grindstone:
Example: [millstone, sharpener, revolving stone used for sharpening or grinding,]

MODULE – 38: Heresy:
Example: [dissension, blasphemy, unorthodox religious belief or opinion, nonconformity, holding of controversial or unorthodox belief,]

MODULE – 39: Homily:
Example: [preachment, sermon, talk, lecture, speech,]

MODULE – 4: Philanthropic; Kind: Example: [misdating, mistiming, chronological error]

MODULE – 40: Ignoble:
Example: [worthless, mean, not of the nobility, dishonorable, common,]

MODULE – 41: Impregnate:
Example: [fill, saturate, inseminate, fertilize, make pregnant,]

MODULE – 42: Incontinent:
Example: [lacking self-control, unrestrained, lacking voluntary control over urination or defecation,]

MODULE – 43: Induce:
Example: [stimulate, cause, persuade, generate, influence, provoke, bring on,]

MODULE – 44: Insipid:
Example: [colorless, dull, uninteresting, bland, tasteless,]

MODULE – 45: Intimate:
Example: [close, friendly, confidential, familiar, warm,]

MODULE – 46: Inwardly:
Example: [silently, secretly, within, privately, internally,]

MODULE – 47: Juror:
Example: [panel member, jury member,]
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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