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Vocabulary Booster for 11th January

English Vocabulary Index

Vocabulary Booster for 11th January :

  1. alien (adj) : foreign, different in kind


  2. alien (n) : foreigner


  3. alienate (v) : make unfriendly


  4. alight (v) : get down, settle upon


  5. align (v) : form into a line , fall in to line with


  6. alike (adj) : similar, like one another


  7. aliment (n) : food, support


  8. alimony (n) : nourishment, maintenance, allowance for minimum live hood


  9. aline (v) : align


  10. alive (adj & adv) : not dead, living, conscious of, active


  11. alkali (n) : a compound which neutralizes acids to form salts


  12. all (adj) : entire, whole, every, one


  13. allay (v) : put down, make calm, soothe, relieve


  14. allegation (n) : statement, not supported by final proof


  15. alleged (adj) : stated


  16. allegiance (n) : loyalty which a subject owes to the State or its head


  17. alley (n) : narrow street or passage


  18. All Fool’s Day (n) : 1st April


  19. alliance (n) : union by marriage, relationship, treaty


  20. allied (adj) : related, joined by treaty


  21. allies ( n) (pl) : friends, The Allies


  22. alligator (n) : a large reptile of the crocodile family


  23. allocate (v) : allot, assign, give to each its share, locate, fix


  24. allocate (n) : allocation, fixing up, assigning


  25. allodium (n) : land owned absolutely


  26. allodium (pl) : allodia


  27. allodium (adj) : allodial ; not subject to payment of any kind of rent


  28. allonym (n) : an assumed name of an author


  29. allot (v) : distribute by lot or with authority


  30. allotropy (n) : two or more forms of an element


  31. allow (v) : permit, agree to, concede


  32. allowable (adj) : permissible, tolerable, lawful


  33. allowance (n) : certain fixed sum of money paid or received periodically, abatement, discount


  34. alloy (n) : a mixture of two or more metals


  35. alloyed (adj) : allowed happiness


  36. alloyed (opp.) : unalloyed


  37. allude (v) : refer indirectly, indicate, suggest


  38. allure (v) : entice, tempt, charm, fascinate


  39. allusion (n) : an implied or indirect reference


  40. alluvial (adj) : pertaining to river soil deposited by its flood


  41. alluvium (n) : rich soil deposited by a river or flood


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