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English Words with Meaning for 10th April :

  1. Eventual (adj.) : final happening as a result


  2. Eventuality (n) : possible happening


  3. Ever (adv) : constantly, always in any degree


  4. Evergreen (n) : a plant always green


  5. Everlasting (adj.) : eternal, endless


  6. Every (adj.) : each one of a group, all taken separately


  7. Every where(adv) : in every place, at every place, to every place


  8. Evict (v) : expel, dispossess


  9. Evidence (n) : testimony, witness


  10. Evident (adj.) : clear, easily, under stood


  11. Evil (n) : harm, sin, wickedness


  12. Evince (v) : show, prove, demonstrate


  13. Evoke (v) : call up, summon, elicit


  14. Evolution (n) : development by stages, unfolding


  15. Evolve (v) : unfold, disclose, expand


  16. Ewe (n) : female of the sheep


  17. Ewer (n) : a jug


  18. Exacerbate (v) : irritate


  19. Exact (adj.) : accurate, similar


  20. Exact (v) : demand, compel


  21. Exacting (adj.) : making severe demands on hard


  22. Exactly (adv) : accurately


  23. Exaggerate (v) : magnify, stretch beyond the truth


  24. Exalt (v) : elevate, boast


  25. Exalt (n) : exaltation


  26. Examination (n) ;: inspection, test, inquiry


  27. Examine (v) : one who examines


  28. Examiner (n) : one who examiners


  29. Example (n) : illustration, model


  30. Exasperate (v) : aggravate worsen


  31. Excavate (v) : to dig, to scoop out


  32. Excavate (n) : excavation


  33. Exceed (v) : to go beyond, surpass


  34. Excel (v) : to be better than, be eminent


  35. Excellent (adj.) : good, perfect


  36. Excelsior (adj.) : eminent, higher still


  37. Except (prep) : exclude, take out


  38. Except (v) : exclude, set apart


  39. Exception (n) : exclusion, some thing left out, deviation from the operation of rule


  40. Exceptional (adj.) : unusual, objectionable


  41. Excerpt (n) : passage selected from a book etc.,


  42. Excess (n) : over and above, surplus


  43. Excess (adj.) : extra


  44. Exchange (n) : mutual change barter


  45. Exchequer (n) : the public treasury


  46. Excise (n) : duty on certain articles made in a country


  47. Excite (v) : stimulate


  48. Exclaim (v) : shout, cry out




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