Spelling Vocabulary for 3rd February

English Vocabulary Index

Spelling Vocabulary for 3rd February :

  1. Blockhead (n) : dolt, a stupid person


  2. Blood (n) : the red fluid running through the arteries and veins in the body


  3. Blood shed (n) : the spilling of blood


  4. Bloodshot (adj.) : inflamed with blood


  5. Bloodstain (n) : a spot or mark of blood


  6. Bloody (adj.) : cruel


  7. Bloom (n & v) : blossom, freshness, perfection


  8. Blossom (n) : a flower bud


  9. Blot (v) : dry with blotting paper, remove


  10. Blotting paper (n) : paper used for absorbing ink


  11. Blouse (n) : a garment reaching up to waist worn by women


  12. Blow (n) : a stroke, knock, hit


  13. Blowze (n) : a ruddy, fat-faced wench


  14. Bludgeon (n) : a short heavy stick


  15. Blue (adj. & n) coloured like the sky or sea, blue colour


  16. Blue-print (n) : a photographic print on white paper, a sketch plan


  17. Bluff (v) : deceive Blunder (n) : foolish and careless mistake


  18. Blunderbuss (n) : a short gun with a large bore, musket


  19. Blunt (adj.) : not sharp, obtuse, plain


  20. Blur (v) : make indistinct, black-out writing


  21. Blur (n) : an indistinct state, stain


  22. Blurt (v) : speak out unwarily


  23. Blush (n) : a red glow on the face


  24. Blurt (v) : grow red


  25. Boa (n) : a large non-poisonous snake


  26. Boar (n) : a male wild or domestic pig


  27. Board (n) : a plank, table, food, council, deck


  28. Border (n) : an inmate of a boarding house


  29. Boarding house (n) : a building where food is served to customers


  30. Boast (n) : a brag


  31. Boat (n) : a skiff, a punt, a canoe


  32. Boatswain (n) : an officer who is in charge of a ship’s rigging, flags, etc.,


  33. Bobtail (n) : a short tail


  34. Bode (v) : signify, foretell


  35. Bodice (n) : a woman’s dress up to the waist, corset


  36. Body (n) : frame, stem, trunk, person, bulk, object


  37. Body-guard (n) : escort


  38. Bog (n) : a morass, moss


  39. Bogus (adj.) : counterfeit, sham


  40. Bogey (n) : an evil spirit or devil, an imaginary fear


  41. Bogy (n) : an evil spirit or devil, an imaginary fear


  42. Bogie (n) : a railway carriage


  43. Boil (n) : an inflamed, sore place with pus in it


  44. Boisterous (adj.) : violent, stormy, noisily, cheerful




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