English Vocabulary

English Vocabulary Index

English Vocabulary for 8th June :

  1. Introduce (v) : bring in, inject, familiarize


  2. Introspection (n) : examining one’s own feelings


  3. Intrude (v) : come uninvited


  4. Intrust (v) : confide


  5. Intuition (n): insight


  6. Inundate (v) : to flood, overflow


  7. Inure (v) : to make accustomed


  8. Invade (v) : to enter a country with a view to conquest


  9. Invalid (adj.): feeble, without value


  10. Invalidate (v) : to weaken or destroy the validity of


  11. Invaluable (adj.) : of great value, priceless


  12. Invariable (adj.) : unchangeable, fixed


  13. Invasion (n) : invading or being invaded


  14. Invective (n) : abusive language


  15. Inveigh (v) : speak bitterly, attack in words


  16. Invent (v) : originate for the first time


  17. Invention (n) : a thing newly found out or devised


  18. Inventory (n) : detailed list of goods, furniture etc.,


  19. Inverse (adj.) : contrary, reversed, opposite in effect


  20. Invert (v) : to turn upside down


  21. Invertebrate (adj.) : having no back bone


  22. Inverted (adj.) : turned upside down


  23. Investigate (v) : examine inquire into


  24. Investment (n) : placing of money or other resources to gain a profit


  25. Inveterate (adj.) :hardened, habitual


  26. Invidious (adj.) : likely to cause envy


  27. Invigorate (v) : to strengthen


  28. Invincible (adj.) : not able to be conquered


  29. Inviolable (adj.) : not to be broken


  30. Invisible (adj.) : not to be seen


  31. Invitation (n) : a polite request to come


  32. Invite (v) : to request attendance


  33. Inviting (adj.) : tempting, alluring, attractive


  34. Invocation (n) : calling upon god in prayer


  35. Invoice (n) : list of goods sent with details of prices and charges


  36. Invoke (v) : request earnestly, to address in prayer


  37. Involuntary (adj.) : not done willingly, done unconsciously


  38. Involve (v) : include, entangle


  39. Invulnerable (adj.) : not able to be wounded or hurt


  40. Inward (adj.) : placed within


  41. Inwardly (adv) : in mind or spirit, within oneself


  42. Iota (n) : very small part




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