Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Answers

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Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Answers for 23rd August :

  1. Poultry (n) : domestic fowls


  2. Pounce (v) : to seize with claws, make sudden attack upon


  3. Pound (n) : a weight of 16 ounces, a vein or 16 oz Troy , 20 shillings


  4. Pour (v) : cause to flow


  5. Pout (v) : protrude lips


  6. Pout (n) : a kind of fish


  7. Poverty (n) : state of being poor, lack of necessary qualities


  8. Powder (n) : dust-like particles of a thing, keep the powder or fine particles, pulverize


  9. Power (n) : ability to do, strength, force, rule, the product of a number multiplied by itself


  10. Powerful (adj.) : having great power


  11. Powerless (adj.) : without power


  12. Pox (n) : skin disease


  13. Practical (adj.) : relating to practice, experienced


  14. Practice (adj.) : exercise


  15. Practise (v) : perform habitually, carry out in action, to do exercises, to follow one’s profession


  16. Practitioner (n) : one who practises


  17. Praise (v) : speak highly of, commend


  18. Praise (n) : an expression of admiration


  19. Praise-worthy (adj.) : worthy of praise, commendable


  20. Prance (v) : move forward jerkily, jump or dance happily and gaily


  21. Prank (n) : a sportive trick, playful act


  22. Prank (v) : dress, adorn


  23. Prate (v) : talk too much, chatter


  24. Prate (n) : an idle talk


  25. Prattle (v) : talk in childish or artless manner


  26. Prattle (n) : childish chatter


  27. Prawn (n) : a shell-fish


  28. Pray (v) : commune with god, offer thanks, make requests known


  29. Prayer (n) : a petition of god, a religious service


  30. Preach (v) : deliver a sermon


  31. Preamble (n) : introduction , preface


  32. Prearrange (v) : to arrange before hand


  33. Precarious (adj.) : uncertain, dangerous, risky


  34. Precaution (n) : previous care


  35. Precede (v) : go before


  36. Precedence (n) : preferential treatment


  37. Precedent (n) : previous care taken as example


  38. Precedent (adj.) : preceding


  39. Preceding (adj.) : antecedent, previous, former


  40. Precentor (n) : a person who leads a church choir or congregation in singing


  41. Precept (n) : instruction, command, maxim


  42. Preceptor (n) : teacher, instructor


  43. Precinct (n) : an enclosed space, limit, boundary


  44. Precinct (pl) : neighbourhood or environs


  45. Precious (adj.) : costly


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