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Stylish English Words for 1st August :

  1. Outstanding (adj.) : in a position to be easily noted, problems, work etc.


  2. Outstrip (v) : to leave behind, to pass


  3. Outvote (v) : to defeat by a greater number of votes in an election


  4. Outward (adj.) : external, visible, directed towards the outside


  5. Outwardly (adv) : on the surface, to all appearances


  6. Outweigh (v) : to be more important, than


  7. Outwit (v) : defeat cleverly or cunningly


  8. Outwork (n) : work outside the main line of fortification


  9. Oval (adj.): egg-shaped


  10. Ovary (n) : a reproductive organ in which eggs are formed


  11. Ovation (n): out burst or enthusiastic expression of welcome or applause


  12. Oven (n) : a fire place for baking or cooking food


  13. Over (prep) : above


  14. Over (adv.) : finished, in excess


  15. Over (adj.) : outer, upper


  16. Overact (v): to act with exaggeration


  17. Over (n) : a loose outer garment


  18. Over (adj.) : total


  19. Overawe (v) : restrain, or over come with awe


  20. Overbearing (adj.): haughty


  21. Overboard (adv) : from the deck in to the water, out of the ship


  22. Overburden (v) : to overload


  23. Overcast (adj.) : sad, cloudy


  24. Overcharge (v) : to overload, to charge too high a price


  25. Overcome (v) : conquer, succeed, defeat, get over


  26. Over-confidence (n) : extreme reliance


  27. Overcrowd (v) : crowd too much


  28. Overdo (v) : to do too much


  29. Overdraft (n) : amount drawn in excess over the deposit


  30. Overdraw (v) : withdraw in excess, exaggerate


  31. Overdue (adj.) : exceeding the time limit


  32. Overflow (v) : flow over the edge or bank


  33. Overflow (n) : surplus, flowing over


  34. Overgrown (adj.) : covered, having grown too fast


  35. Overhang (v) : to jut out over


  36. Overhaul (v) : repair, remend, test to repair


  37. Overhead (adj.) : placed above, over head charges


  38. Overhead (adv.) : above


  39. Overhear (v) : to hear what was not intended, hear by accident


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