Online Vocabulary for 5th January

English Vocabulary Index

Online Vocabulary for 5th January :

  1. accountant (n) : one who maintains accounts


  2. accoutre (v) : to furnish with dress and trappings (esp. a warrior)


  3. accredit (v) : trust, believe, give authority to


  4. accrue (v) : to come to


  5. accretion (n) : growth


  6. accumulate (v) : heap up, increase greatly


  7. accuracy (n) : exactness, correctness, without any error


  8. accurate (adj) : careful, exact, without error


  9. accursed (adj) : subject to a curse, detestable


  10. accurst (adj) : subject to a curse, detestable


  11. accusative (adj) : accusing, blaming


  12. accusative (n) : the objective case


  13. accusatory (adj) : suggesting or containing an accusation


  14. accuse (v) : indict, charge


  15. accused (n) : person charged


  16. accustom (v) : habituated, familiar, usual


  17. ace (n) : one of the playing cards, a champion who achieves something great


  18. acerb (adj) : sour, bitter


  19. acerbate (v) : make sour or bitter, irritate, anger


  20. acetify (v) : convert into vinegar, get sour


  21. acetous (adj) : having the qualities of vinegar, with a sour taste


  22. acetylene (n) : colourless gas burning with a clear bright flame


  23. ache (n) : continuous pain


  24. achievable (adj) : capable of being performed which can be carried out to the finish


  25. achieve (v) : finish, win, do, reach


  26. achievement (n) : accomplishment, a great deed, completion


  27. Achilles heel (n) : vulnerable spot


  28. acid (n) : a sour substance


  29. acidulated (adj) : made slightly acidic


  30. acknowledge (v) : accept


  31. acme (n) : the top or highest point, must perfect stage, crises


  32. acne (n) : pimple


  33. acoustic (adj) : of sound or of the sense of hearing


  34. acoustics (n) : the science of sound


  35. acquaint (v) : inform, make familiar with


  36. acquaintance (n) : a friend not so intimate


  37. acquest (n) : self-earned property, thing acquired


  38. acquire (v) : gain, get


  39. acquit (v) : set free, conduct well
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