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English Vocabulary Index

How to Increase Vocabulary? on 13th April :

  1. Exquisite (adj.) : excellent, keen


  2. Extant (adj.) : still existing


  3. Extempore (adj.) : without preparation


  4. Extempore (adv) : without preparation


  5. Extend (v) : prolong, to speed out


  6. Extension (n) : expansion, space


  7. Extensive (adj.) : wide, comprehensive, large


  8. Extent (n) : space covered compass, area


  9. Extenuate (v) : decrease, to make to seem less


  10. Exterior (adj.) : external, outer


  11. Exterior (n) : outward appearance


  12. Exterminate (v) : to destroy, root out


  13. External (adj.) : outer, outward


  14. Extinct (adj.) : dead, no longer active, non-existing


  15. Extinguisher (n) : destroyer, an instrument for putting out fire


  16. Extirpate (v) : destroy, completely, root out


  17. Extort (v) : obtain, by violence


  18. Extra (adj.) : additional, unusual, excessive


  19. Extra (adv) : in addition, unusually


  20. Extract (n) : essence drawn, summary


  21. Extract (v) : to draw out


  22. Extradite (v) : surrender the refugee


  23. Extraneous (adj.) : not related


  24. Extraordinary (adj.) : unusual, special, remarkable


  25. Extravagance (n) : lavishness


  26. Extravagant (adj.) : wasteful, going beyond proper limits, foolish


  27. Extreme (adj.) : outermost


  28. Extreme (n) : the limit


  29. Extremity (n) : extreme point, end


  30. Extricate (v) : free


  31. Exuberant (adj.) : overflowing with happiness


  32. Exult (v) : rejoice, boast


  33. Exultation (n) : rejoicing great joy


  34. Eye (n) : the organ of sight


  35. Eyeball (n) : globe of the eye


  36. Eyebrow (n) : the hairy ridge above the eye


  37. Eyelash (n) : the hair at the edge of the eyelid


  38. Eyeless (adj.) : blind, without eye


  39. Eyelet (n) : a small opening, little, eye


  40. Eyelid (n) : the movable lid of the eye


  41. Eye minded (adj.) : eager to gain knowledge through the eye


  42. Eye-opener (n) : a thing that makes one realise the truth


  43. Eyesight (n) : the power of seeing


  44. Eyesore (n) : something offensive to look at


  45. Eyewash (n) : a humbug


  46. Eyewitness (n) : witness testifying an event seen by him




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