Teachers Vocabulary for 31st January

English Vocabulary Index

Teachers Vocabulary for 31st January :

  1. Benefactor (n) : one who gives a benefit to another


  2. Beneficent (adj.) : doing good


  3. Beneficial (adj.) : doing good, advantageous, useful


  4. Benefit (n) : a favour, advantage


  5. Benevolence (n) : an act of kindness, charitableness


  6. Benevolent (adj.) : generous, kindly, charitable


  7. Benight (v) : overtake by night


  8. Benign (adj) : gracious, favourable, affectionate


  9. Benjamin (n) : youngest child, darling


  10. Bent (n) : tendency, inclination


  11. Bent (adj.) : not straight


  12. Benumb (v) : make feelingless


  13. Bequeath (v) : will, entrust to


  14. Bequest (n) : property left by will


  15. Bereave (v) : rob (a person) of anything valuable


  16. Bereavement (n) : the state of being bereaved, loss


  17. Bereft (adj.) : deprived of


  18. Beriberi (n) : a disease


  19. Berry (n) : a kind of fruit


  20. Berth (n) : sleeping place in a train or a ship


  21. Beseech (v) : beg, entreat, implore


  22. Beseem (v) : be appropriate, suit


  23. Beset (v) : to surround


  24. Beside (prep.) : near, by the side of


  25. Besides (adv. & prep.) : over and above, in addition to


  26. Besiege (v) : beset, inveit, herm in


  27. Besmear (v) : soil, make dirty by smearing


  28. Bespatter (v) : splash and soil, abuse


  29. Best (adj.) : good in the highest degree


  30. Bestead (v) : help, relive, avail


  31. Bestow (v) : give


  32. Bet (v) : lay a wager


  33. Betake (v) : resort, apply oneself to


  34. Betel (n) : a climbing plant


  35. Betel-nut (n) : nut of the area palm


  36. Betide (v) : happen


  37. Betimes (adv.) : in good time, early


  38. Betoken (v) : indicate, signify


  39. Betray (v) : deceive, break faith, reveal


  40. Betrothal (n) : act of fixing up a marriage


  41. Better (adj.) : good in a higher degree


  42. Between (prep.) : betwixt, in the middle of two


  43. Bevel (n) : a slant, an instrument, sloping


  44. Beverage (n) : a drink


  45. Bewail (v) : lament




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