English Speaking Vocabulary
for 18th February

English Vocabulary Index

English Speaking Vocabulary for 18th February :

  1. Chronic (adj.) : lasting a long time, acute


  2. Chronicle (n) : a record of facts in the order of time


  3. Chronology (n) : a list prepared in accordance with the time of occurrence


  4. Chubby (adj.) : plump


  5. Chum (n) : intimate friend


  6. Chum (v) : live together with


  7. Church (n) : a place of worship for Christians


  8. Churl (n) : a rustic or peasant, an ill-bred fellow


  9. Churlish (adj.) : rude


  10. Churn (n) : a machine used for the separation of butter


  11. Churn (v) : stir or agitate and obtain butter


  12. Cigarette (n) : a thin roll of cut tobacco used for smoking


  13. Cinchona (n) : a kind of tree producing quinine


  14. Cinder (n) : half burnt wood or coal


  15. Cinema (n) : a motion picture show


  16. Cipher (n) : anything of little values, secret language


  17. Cypher (n) : anything of little valus, secret language


  18. Circle (n) : perfectly round plane figure


  19. Circle (v) : enclose in a circle


  20. Circuit (n) : going round


  21. Circular (n) : an announcement sent round


  22. Circular (adj.) : round


  23. Circulate (v) : spread


  24. Circumference (n) : the boundary line of a circle


  25. Circumscribe (v) : draw on the outside, limit


  26. Circumstance (n) : an event, happening, an incident


  27. Circumvent (v) : outwit


  28. Circus (n) : a place for the exhibition of physical feats and horsemanship, etc.,


  29. Cistern (n) : a resecvoir


  30. Citadel (n) : a fortress


  31. Cite (v) : quote


  32. Citizen (n) : an inhabitant of a city or country


  33. City (n) : a large town


  34. Civet (n) : a kind of a cat yielding a fragrant substance


  35. Civic (adj.) : pertaining to a city


  36. Civics (n) : the study of civic administration


  37. Civil (adj.) : pertaining to society, state etc.,


  38. Civilian (n) : an administrator on the civil side


  39. Civilian (adj.) : non-military


  40. Civility (n) : politeness


  41. Civilization (n) : refined state of society or manners


  42. Civilize (v) : instruct in arts and refinements


  43. Clad (v) : old past tense and past participle of CLOTH


  44. Claim (n) : a right


  45. Claim (v) : demand as a right


  46. Clamant (n) : person who claims


  47. Clamour (n) : uproar, loud demand


  48. Clamour (v) : cry aloud




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