English Vocabulary Pronunciation

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English Vocabulary Pronunciation for 5th August :

  1. Palette (n) : a small board on which an artist mixes his colour


  2. Palfrey (n) : riding horse


  3. Palisade (n) : fence of strong, pointed wooden stakes, one such stake


  4. Pallbearer (n) : person holding corner of a coffin


  5. Pallet (n) : a straw bed


  6. Palliasse (n) : an under mattress of straw


  7. Palliate (v) : lessen, mitigate


  8. Pallor (n) : paleness


  9. Pallor (adj.) : pale


  10. Palm (n) : a tree with branchless trunk, a symbol of victory, inner part of the hand between wrist and Fingers


  11. Palmist (n) : person who tells a person’s future by reading the lines on his palm


  12. Palmistry (n) : the art of telling fortunes from the lines and marks in the palm of the hand


  13. Palmy (adj.) : abounding in palm trees, flourishing, prosperous


  14. Palmyra (n) : an Indian palm tree


  15. Palpable (adj.) : evident, plain, easily perceptible


  16. Palpitation (n) : fast or irregular beating of the heart


  17. Palsy (n) : paralysis


  18. Paltry (adj.) : worthless


  19. Pamper (v) : to feed with good food, to spoil brochure


  20. Pamphlet (n) : a small paper covered book, brochure


  21. Pan (n) : a shallow open vessel


  22. Panacea (n) : universal remedy for all diseases


  23. Pancake (n) : better cooked on both sides until brown


  24. Pancreas (n) : a tongue shaped glandular organ lying below and behind the stomach


  25. Pandemonium (n) : a place where wild and noisy disorder prevails


  26. Pander (v) : feed the base passions


  27. Pandit (n) : a learned scholar


  28. Pundit (n) : a learned scholar


  29. Pane (n) : single sheet of glass in a window


  30. Panegyric ((n) : something said praising some person or event


  31. Panel (n) : a jury, a list (of names)


  32. Panel (v) : furnish with panels


  33. Pang (n) : extreme pain


  34. Panic (n) : sudden fright


  35. Pannier (n) : a basket carried by beast of burden or on the shoulders


  36. Panoply (n) : full equipment in armour


  37. Panorama (n) : wide, uninterrupted view


  38. Pansy (n) : a flower kind


  39. Pant (v) : breath hard; gasp


  40. Pant (n) : a gasp


  41. Pant (pl) : trousers


  42. Pantechnicon (n) : a furniture-van


  43. Pantheon (n) : all the Gods of a nation collectively


  44. Panther (n) : the leopard


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