Assessing Vocabulary

English Vocabulary Index

Assessing Vocabulary for 27th August :

  1. Principle (n) : basic rule, fundamental essence


  2. Print (v) : impress, publish


  3. Print (v) : mark left by pressing something


  4. Prior (adj.) : former, earlier


  5. Prior (n) : head of a monastery


  6. Priority (n) : claim to first consideration


  7. Prism (n) : a solid glass triangular body


  8. Prison (n) : a building in which criminals are shut up


  9. Prisoner (n) : one shut up in a prison


  10. Pristine (adj.) : original, ancient


  11. Prithee (interj) : I pray thee


  12. Privacy (n) : seclusion, secrecy


  13. Private (n) : not holding official position, secret, personal


  14. Private (n) : a common soldier


  15. Privation (n) : lack of things necessary for comfort or health, want , hardship


  16. Privet (n) : an evergreen shrub


  17. Privilege (n) : right, special favour


  18. Privy (adj.) : private


  19. Privy (n) : latrine


  20. Prize (n) : gift for a merit


  21. Prize (v) : value highly


  22. Probability (n) : likelihood, reasonableness, chance


  23. Probable (adj.) : likely to be true likely to happen, likely


  24. Probable (adv) : probably


  25. Probation (n) : a state or period of being tested


  26. Probe (v) : examine thoroughly


  27. Probe (n) : an instrument used by doctors for learning about the depth and direction of the wound


  28. Probity (n) : tried and proved virtue, honesty, uprightness


  29. Problem (n) : something to be worked out, anything that is hard to understand or deal with


  30. Procedure (n): way or manner of doing business


  31. Proceed (v) : go forward, continue, go on


  32. Proceeding (n): action, behaviour


  33. Proceeds (n.pl) : issue, yield


  34. Process (n) : a course, method of doing, order issued by a law court


  35. Procession (n) : number of persons marching in a orderly way


  36. Proclaim (v) : make known publicly


  37. Proclaim (n) : proclamation


  38. Proclivity (n) : a tendency, leaning towards something, inclination


  39. Procrastination (n) : habit of delaying, postponement


  40. Procure (v) : acquire, bring about


  41. Prod (v) : to prick, to urge on


  42. Prodigal (adj.) : wasteful, liberal in giving


  43. Prodigious (adj.) : immense, great


  44. Prodigy (n) : person of abnormal ability or talents, uncommon phenomenon


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