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English Vocabulary Index

Vocabulary Books for 31st May :

  1. Indestructible (adj.) : unable to be destroyed


  2. Index (n) : alphabetical list, arrangement, sign, pointer


  3. Indesfinger (n) : the forefinger


  4. Indiaman (n) : a native of India, a sailing ship used in trade in India


  5. India rubber (n) : a piece of rubber used for erasing


  6. Indicate (v) : to point out, manifest to mean


  7. Indication (n) : act of indicating


  8. Indices (n) : plural of index


  9. Indict (v) : to accuse or charge


  10. Indictable (adj.) : criminal


  11. Indictment (n) : a charge sheet


  12. Indifference (n) : unconcern, lack of interest


  13. Indifferent (adj.) : impartial, having no interest


  14. Indigence (n) : poverty


  15. Indigenous (adj.) : belonging to a country


  16. Indigent (adj.) : poor, insufficient


  17. Indigestion (n) : difficulty in digesting food


  18. Indignant (adj.) : angry with contempt


  19. Indignity (n) : insult


  20. Indigo (n) : a dark blue dye


  21. Indirect (adj.) : not straight, round about


  22. Indiscipline (n) : want of discipline


  23. Indiscreet (adj.) : neglectful, foolish, thoughtless


  24. Indiscretion (n) : saying or acting foolishly, thoughtlessness


  25. Indiscriminately (adv) : without distinction


  26. Indispensable (adj.) : necessary, cannot be set aside


  27. Indisposed (adj.) : disinclined, sick


  28. Indisposition (n) : slight illness, unwillingness


  29. Indisputable (adj.) : that cannot be denied


  30. Indistinct (n) : vague, dim


  31. Indite (v) : to compose, put into words


  32. Individual (n) : single human being


  33. Individual (adj.) : special, single


  34. Individuality (n) : unity, separate existence, individual character


  35. Indivisible (adj.) : that cannot be divided


  36. Indolent (adj.) : inactive, lazy


  37. Indomitable (adj.) : unyielding, tireless


  38. Indoor (adj.) : being within a building


  39. Indubitable (adj.) : that cannot be doubted


  40. Induce (v) : motivate, to bring on, give rise to


  41. Induct (v) : install with ceremony, install formally into a official, position


  42. Indulge (v) : allow, give way to gratify




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