English Vocabulary Words with Meanings

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English Vocabulary Words with Meanings for 20th May :

  1. Hourly (adj.) : happening every hour


  2. House (n) : a dwelling place


  3. House (v) : give room for (living)


  4. Housebreaker (n) : one who dismantles old houses


  5. Household (n) : family


  6. Household (adj.) : domestic


  7. Housekeeper (n) : an upper servant


  8. Housemaid (n) : a female servant for cleaning the house


  9. Housewife (n) : the mistress of a family


  10. Hovel (n) : a poor cottage, hut


  11. Hover (v) : flutter, linger near or about


  12. How (adv.) : in what way? For what reason? To what extent?


  13. However (adv.) : nevertheless, in whatever manner


  14. However (conj) : nevertheless, in whatever manner


  15. Howl (v) : long loud cry (like a wolf)


  16. Howl (n) : yell


  17. Howler (n) : one who howls, a ridiculous mistake


  18. Howsoever (adv) : although, however


  19. Hub (n) : central part of a wheel, centre of gravity


  20. Hubbub (n) : confused noise


  21. Huddle (v) : crowd together


  22. Huddle (n) : disordered state


  23. Hue (n) : colour, dye


  24. Hug (v) : embrace warmly


  25. Hug (n) : clasp


  26. Huge (adj.) : very great


  27. Hull (n) : body of ship, shell, husk


  28. Huller (n) : a machine used to remove husk


  29. Hum (v) : sing low, drone


  30. Hum (n) : the noise made by bees and such


  31. Human (adj.) : pertaining to mankind manlike


  32. Humane (adj.) : kind, benevolent


  33. Humanitarian (adj.) : one interested in human welfare


  34. Humanitarian (n) : one interested in human welfare


  35. Humanity (n) : the nature of man, mankind, compassion


  36. Humanly (adv.) ; within the power of mankind


  37. Humble (adj.) : lowly, meek


  38. Humbug (n) : trick, dishonest


  39. Humdrum (adj.) : common place, monotonous


  40. Humid (adj.) : damp


  41. Humidity (n) : moisture, wetness


  42. Humiliate (v) : mortify, humble


  43. Humiliation (n) : abasement


  44. Humility (n) ; meekness of mind, modesty, submission


  45. Humour (n) : amusement, the state the mind


  46. Humorist (n) : a wit, a wag


  47. Humorous (adj.) : full of humour


  48. Humorous (adv.) : humorously


  49. Hump (n) : hunch, fleshy lump




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