3rd Grade Vocabulary

English Vocabulary Index

3rd Grade Vocabulary for 13th August :

  1. Persecution (n) : harassment, repeated acts of cruelty or annoyance


  2. Perseverance (n) : constant effort, stead fastness


  3. Persevere (v) : continue, doing in spite of the obstacles


  4. Persevering (adj.) : doing one’s task in spite of difficulties


  5. Persist (v) : remain steadily, persevere, endure


  6. Persistence (n) : obstinacy, steadily continuing a course of action


  7. Persistent (adj.) : steadfast, persevering


  8. Person (n) : human being, living body of a human being, each of three classes of personal pronouns


  9. Personage (n) : one in a high position or rank


  10. Personal (adj.) : belonging to a person, private, Individual


  11. Personate (v) : represent, feign


  12. Personify (n) : personification


  13. Personify (v) : to conceive as a person


  14. Personnel (n) : staff or persons employed in a concern or institution


  15. Perspective (n) : view, prospect


  16. Perspicacious (adj.) : of clear or sharp understanding, quick sighted


  17. Perspicuous (adj.) : clear, plain, easily understood


  18. Perspiration (n) : sweat, sweating


  19. Perspire (v) : to sweat


  20. Persuade (v) : induce, convince, cause by arguments to do a thing


  21. Persuasion (n) : inducement, conviction, belief, religion of sect


  22. Persuasive (adj.) : having the power to win over by argument etc.


  23. Pert (adj.) : too forward in speech or manner, smart


  24. Pertain (v) : belong to, concern, be the duty (of)


  25. Pertinacious (adj.) : stubborn, persistent


  26. Pertinacity (n) : persistence, obstinacy


  27. Pertinent (adj.) : suitable, relevant, to the point


  28. Perturb (v) : trouble, agitate, confuse


  29. Peruke (n) : a wig


  30. Peruse (n) : perusal


  31. Peruse (v) : read through (esp. with attention)


  32. Pervade (v) : permeate, over spread, penetrate


  33. Perverse (adj.) : wilfully continuing in wrong doing


  34. Pervert (v) : divert in a wrong way, interpret wrongly


  35. Perverted (adj.) : misled


  36. Pervious (adj.) : having a way through, passable, penetrable


  37. Pessimism (n) : hopelessness, the belief that everything is evil


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