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English Words with Meanings for 11th April :

  1. Exclude (v) : leave out


  2. Exclusive (adj.) : omitting, special


  3. Excogitate (v) : deliberate ponder, invent, imagine


  4. Excommunicate (v) : to exclude from communion


  5. Excrescence (n) : something unwanted which grows outwards


  6. Excrete (v) : discharge, secrete, expel


  7. Excruciating (adj.) : causing severe pain


  8. Exculpate (v) : forgive


  9. Excursion (n) : a tour


  10. Excusable (adj.) : pardonable, fit to be excused


  11. Excuse (v) : give reasons for wrong done


  12. Excuse (n) : apology


  13. Execute (v) : carry out, put to death by law


  14. Executioner (n) : one who carries out the death sentence


  15. Executive (adj.) : administrative


  16. Exemplary (adj.) : worthy to be followed


  17. Exemplify (v) : illustrate by examples


  18. Exempt (v) : make free


  19. Exempt (adj.) : freed


  20. Exequies (n) : cremation


  21. Exercise (n) : practice, training, task, training for body, mind, practice, assignment


  22. Exert (v) : strain put forth, make an effort


  23. Exertion (n) : an attempt, effort, hard work


  24. Exhale (v) : to breathe out, vaporize


  25. Exhaust (v) : weaken


  26. Exhaust (n) : outlet, fatigue


  27. Exhaustive (adj.) : complete


  28. Exhibit (v) : to display, show


  29. Exhibition (n) : display


  30. Exhilarate (v) : to cheer up


  31. Exhort (v) : advise


  32. Exhume (v) : to dig a dead body out of a grave


  33. Exigence (n) : a demand, urgency


  34. Exigency (n) : a demand, urgency


  35. Exiguous (adj.) : little


  36. Exile (v) : send away one from his country


  37. Exist (v) : to be continue living


  38. Exist (n) : existence


  39. Exit (n) : way out


  40. Exit (v) : go out


  41. Exodus (n) : a going away of many people


  42. Ex-officio (adj.) : by virtue of one’s office


  43. Exorable (adj.) : peaceful, pitiful


  44. Exorbitant (adj.) : enormous, very high


  45. Exorbitant (adv.) : exorbitantly


  46. Exorcise (v) : to drive away an evil spirit, enchant


  47. Exotic (adj.) : coming from a foreign country




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