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English Vocabulary Index

Inspiring Words for 20th December :

  1. Wastage (n) : loss by use, damage, etc.


  2. Wasteful (adj.) : lavish, useless


  3. Waster (n) : one who wastes


  4. Watch (n) : a small timepiece, careful guarding, a man or body of men to guard


  5. Watch (v) : to guard, to observe carefully


  6. Watchdog (n) : a dog kept to guard premises and property


  7. Watchman (n) : a man who watches or guards


  8. Watchword (n) : a password, a slogan of a group of party


  9. Water-clock (n) : a device for measuring time by the flow of water


  10. Water-course (n) : a stream of water, a channel


  11. Water cure (n) : treatment of disease by means of mineral waters


  12. Water fall (n) : a steep fall of water from a height


  13. Watering-place (n) : a resort with mineral springs for drinks or bathing, a place at a stream, lake etc.


  14. Water-level (n) : a levelling instrument in which water is used


  15. Water-logged (adj.) : soaked or filled with water


  16. Water-melon (n) : a large edible fruit


  17. Water-mill (n) : a mill driven by water


  18. Water-proof (adj.) : not allowing water to pass through


  19. Water-proof (n) : water proof material


  20. Water-shed (n) : the line or ridge which separated the area


  21. drained by two different river systems Water-snake (n) : a snake that lives in water


  22. Water-tight (adj.) : so tight as not to admit water in


  23. Water-works (n) : work allied with the collection, purification, and distribution of water


  24. Watery (adj.) : like water


  25. Wattle (n) : a twig, an Australian tree, a hurdle


  26. Wave (n) : a moving swell or ridge, on the surface of water or any liquid


  27. Waver (v) : falter, hesitate, be unsteady


  28. Wax (n) : a produce of the bees yellow in colour, sealing wax


  29. Wax (v) : grow (esp. of moon)


  30. Wax cloth (n) : a floor-cloth


  31. Way (n) : a road, path, passage, etc, manner


  32. Wayfarer (n) : a traveller


  33. Waylay (v) : to hide, to attack from ambush


  34. Wayward (adj.) : odd, obstinate, not regular, perverse


  35. We (pron.) : plural of I


  36. Weaken (v) : make weak, enfeeble


  37. Weakling (n) : one who is weak (person or animal)


  38. Weakness (n) : feebleness, want of strength, a defect, a fault


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