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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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MODULE – 48: Lapidary: Example: [one experienced in working with gemstones, an expert on gemstones, carved on stone,]

MODULE – 49: Lineage: Example: [ancestry, family, heredity,]

MODULE – 5: Annuity:
Example: [pension, yearly allowance, yearly income, regular payment,]

MODULE – 50: Maharaja:
Example: [a Hindu prince or King,]

MODULE – 51: Martyrdom:
Example: [torture, death, suffering, crucifixion, torment,]

MODULE – 52: Mercantile:
Example: [pertaining to trading, relating to merchants, commercial,]

MODULE – 53: Mirth:
Example: [fun, happiness, hilarity, laughter, enjoyment,]

MODULE – 54: Moralist:
Example: [one who tries to regulate the moral behavior of others, disciplinarian, one who studies morality, one who follows a system of high moral standards, moral philosopher,]

MODULE – 55: Naphtha:
Example: [dissolver, dissolving agent, kerosene, solvent, flammable substance,]

MODULE – 56: Nomenclature:
Example: [terms, terminology, vocabulary,]

MODULE – 57: Obsolescence:
Example: [undesirability, uselessness, state of being no longer in use, oldness, state of being outdated,]

MODULE – 58: Opus:
Example: [artistic work, musical composition,]

MODULE – 59: Overhaul:
Example: [repair, renovation, reorganization,]

MODULE – 6: Approbation:
Example: [praise, approval, endorsement, acceptance,]

MODULE – 60: Paradigm:
Example: [typical example, standard, model, criterion, usual way of thinking,]

MODULE – 61: Pauper:
Example: [poor person, beggar, indigent, down-and-out,]

MODULE – 62: Peregrinate:
Example: [to travel around, especially on foot, wander around,]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


MODULE – 63: Philander: Example: [flirt, womanize, commit adultery, cheat,]

MODULE – 64: Pledge:
Example: [obligation, binding commitment, new member, promise, recruit,]

MODULE – 65: Posthumous:
Example: [postmortem, happening or done after a person’s death,]

MODULE – 66: Premier:
Example: [best, first, primary,]

MODULE – 67: Prod:
Example: [push, poke, nudge, stimulate,]

MODULE – 68: Prospectus:
Example: [formal summary, brochure, document that advertises the chief features of something (to attract buyers or customers),]

MODULE – 69: Purveyor:
Example: [supplier, provider, caterer, victualler,]

MODULE – 7: Asperse:
Example: [charge, accuse, slander, defame, ridicule,]

MODULE – 70: Rancor:
Example: [animosity, hatred, bitterness, resentment, enmity,]

MODULE – 71: Recrimination:
Example: [blame, accusation, accusing someone for something that has happened, allegation, mutual accusations,]

MODULE – 72: Relent:
Example: [yield, to become less severe, surrender, give in, ease up,]

MODULE – 73: Repugnance:
Example: [aversion, abhorrence, offensiveness, extreme dislike, disgustingness,]

MODULE – 74: Retraction:
Example: [annulment, withdrawal, recantation, revocation, abjuration, disavowal,]

MODULE – 75: Ruminant:
Example: [contemplative, meditative, cud-chewing hoofed animal,]

MODULE – 76: Saturnine:
Example: [bitter, melancholy, threatening, depressed, suffering from lead poisoning,]

MODULE – 77: Seer:
Example: [fortune-teller, prophet, observer, visionary, predictor of future,]

MODULE – 78: Sinewy:
Example: [muscular, tough, athletic, strong, forceful,]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


MODULE – 79: Somniferous: Example: [hypnogogic, sleep inducing, soporific, sedative, narcotic,]

MODULE – 8: Aviary:
Example: [birdcage, chicken coop, henhouse,]

MODULE – 80: Staccato:
Example: [disconnected, clipped, (Music) with each note sharply separated, disjointed,]

MODULE – 81: Stoic:
Example: [patient, tolerant, indifferent, unemotional, unaffected by pain, (Stoic) a member of the ancient Greek philosophical school of Stoicism,]

MODULE – 82: Subterfuge:
Example: [deception, maneuver, contrivance, trick, ploy,]

MODULE – 83: Sustenance:
Example: [nourishment, support, food and drink,]

MODULE – 84: Tempter:
Example: [charmer, seducer, a person or thing that entices or tempts, esp. to evil,]

MODULE – 85: Thriftless:
Example: [thoughtless, wasteful, making no preparation for the future,]

MODULE – 86: Transact:
Example: [handle, manage, conduct, execute, perform,]

MODULE – 87: Truculent:
Example: [fierce, aggressive, destructive, hostile, argumentative, pugnacious, defiant,]

MODULE – 88: Unique:
Example: [without equal, unlike anything else, singular, sole, unparalleled, incomparable, peculiar,]

MODULE – 89: Vale:
Example: [valley, gorge, natural depression, dell,]

MODULE – 9: Befuddle:
Example: [muddle, bewilder, confound, confuse, stupefy,]

MODULE – 90: Verbatim:
Example: [word for word, in exactly the same words,]

MODULE – 91: Vivisection:
Example: [surgical procedure, surgical operation performed on animals (especially in scientific research), surgery,]

MODULE – 92: Welter:
Example: [confusion, jumble, be immersed, turmoil, roll over,]
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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