Basic English Words
for 26th February

English Vocabulary Index

Basic English Words for 26th February :

  1. Confess (v) : acknowledge(sin or crime)


  2. Confession (n) : the act of owning ( a sin or crime)


  3. Confident (n) : trusted friend


  4. Confide (v) : trust, entrust


  5. Confidence (n) : a trust


  6. Confidential (adj.) : trustworthy, secret


  7. Confine (n) : border


  8. Confine (pl.) : border area


  9. Confine (v) : keep within limits, imprison, be in childbed, bed-ridden


  10. Confinement (n) : imprisonment, detention, child-birth, loneliness


  11. Confirm (v) : make sure or certain , make permanent


  12. Confirm (n) : confirmation


  13. Confiscate (v) : forfeit, seize(as a penalty)


  14. Confiscate (n) : confiscation


  15. Conflagration (n) : blaze, revolt


  16. Conflict (n) : a fight


  17. Conflict (v) : be at opposite sides; clash


  18. Confluence (n) : place where several(rivers etc.) meet, a large assemblage


  19. Conform (v) : agree with, adapt, submit, observe


  20. Conformity (n) : agreement, harmony


  21. Confound (v) : puzzle, astonish or astound, disarrange


  22. Confront (v) : oppose


  23. Confuse (v) : perplex, throw into disorder


  24. Confusion (v) : bewilderment, act of confusing


  25. Congeal (v) : coagulate, freeze, become solid


  26. Congenial (adj.) : pleasing, suiting one’s taste


  27. Congest (v) : heap up, overcrowd


  28. Congestion (n) : the state of being overcrowded


  29. Congratulate (n) : wish joy(on)


  30. Congratulation (n) : act of complimenting


  31. Congregate (v) : assemble


  32. Congregation (n) : an assembly for worship


  33. Congress (n) : an assembly


  34. Congruent (adj.) : exactly, similar


  35. Conjecture (n) : a guess


  36. Conjecture (v) : form an idea


  37. Conjoint (adj.) : united


  38. Conjoint (adv.) : conjointly


  39. Conjunction (n) : a word which joins


  40. Conjure (v) : beg


  41. Conjurer (n) : a magician, a juggler


  42. Connect (v) : join


  43. Connected (adj.) : related, allied, joined


  44. Connection (n) : relation, thing that joins


  45. Connivance (n) : implicit consent


  46. Connive (v) : purposely overlook


  47. Connotation (n) : meaning




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