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Dictionary Words for 8th October :

  1. Shunt (v) : turn aside, divert, get rid of


  2. Shut (v) : close (as a door), stop


  3. Shutter (n) : movable cover for a window


  4. Shy (adj.) : self-conscious, frightened


  5. Sibyl (n) : future-teller


  6. Sick (n) : ill, tired, miserable


  7. Sicken (v) : disgust, get disgusted, become ill


  8. Sickle (n) : a farm tool with a curved blade for cutting grass etc.


  9. Sickly (adj.) : frequently ill, weak, faint


  10. Sidereal (adj.) : pertaining to the stars


  11. Side-view (n) : a view from one side


  12. Side ways (adv) : towards or from the side


  13. Siege (n) : the surrounding of a fortified place by an army


  14. Sierra (n) : long mountain, chains with jagged peaks


  15. Siesta (n) : a short sleep or rest taken on a hot day


  16. Sieve (n) : a vessel with perforated for net-work bottom, used for separating finer from coarser particles


  17. Sift (v) : separate the fine from the coarse particles with a sieve, scrutinize, examine


  18. Sigh (v) : to draw in deep audible breath


  19. Sigh (n) : the act or sound of sighing


  20. Sight (n) : power of seeing, vision


  21. Sight (v) : get sight of, see


  22. Sightly (adj.) : pleasing to the eye


  23. Sightseeing (n) : act of going about seeing interesting scenes


  24. Sign (n) : a mark or movement, to mean something, omen


  25. Signal (adj.) : a sign


  26. Signatory (n) : one who has signed an agreement


  27. Signature (n) : one’s own name written by himself as a sign of agreement or acknowledgement


  28. Signboard (n) : a board with a notice telling a man’s occupation or articles for sale


  29. Signet (n) : a seal, signet ring


  30. Significance (n) : importance, meaning


  31. Significant (adj.) : important, carrying a meaning


  32. Signification (n) : meaning, act of signifying


  33. Signify (v) : make known, indicate, mean


  34. Silent (adj.) : quiet, without sound, not pronounced


  35. Silhouette (n) : shadowgraph, outline of soil figure


  36. Silk (n) : the soft fine thread produced by the silk-worm, fabric made of this fibre or thread


  37. Sill (n) : the bottom horizontal part of a window or door frame


  38. Silly (n) : simple, stupid


  39. Silo (n) : air tight structure in which green food for farm animals is stored


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