Vocabulary Exercises

English Vocabulary Index

Vocabulary Exercises for 28th September :

  1. Saviour (n) : protector, deliverer, helper


  2. Savor (n) : flavour, taste, relish


  3. Savour (n) : flavour, taste, relish


  4. Saw (n) : a cutting tool with toothed edge


  5. Saw (v) : cut with a saw


  6. Sawyer (n) : one who splits timber with a saw


  7. Say (v) : speak, utter, express in words


  8. Say (n) : that which is said, opinion


  9. Saying (n) : a proverb (or) a maxim


  10. Scab (n) : a fungus diseases causing scales in potatoes, apples, etc, a scoundrel


  11. Scabbard (n) : a sheath or case for a sword, etc.


  12. Scabies (n) : the itch


  13. Scaffold (n) : a platform on which criminals are put to death


  14. Scaffolding (n) : a temporary structure of poles and planks used by workmen when a building is put up, repaired etc.


  15. Scald (v) : burn with moist heat or a hot liquid or steam


  16. Scald (n) : a wound caused by moist heat


  17. Scald head (n) : favours


  18. Scale (n) : a measuring instrument


  19. Scale (v) : climb up, peel off


  20. Scalene (adj.) : having unequal sides


  21. Scallop (n) : an oyster-like fish, a shallow dish


  22. Scalp (n) : the skin with hair covering the top of the head


  23. Scamp (n) : rascal, worthless person


  24. Scamper (v) : to run away quickly


  25. Scan (v) : look at attentively, count the feet in a verse


  26. Scandal (n) : slander, defamation shame


  27. Scandalize (v) : shock, offend, bring discredit on


  28. Scandalous (adj.) : disgraceful


  29. Scant, scanty (adj.): deficient


  30. Scapegoat (n) : a person who suffers for the faults of others


  31. Scar (n) : mark remaining on the skin


  32. Scarce (adj.) : insufficient, scanty


  33. Scarcely (adv.) : barely, hardly, but, just


  34. Scarcity (n) : deficiency, rareness, want


  35. Scare (v) : frighten


  36. Scare (n) : state of wide-spread


  37. Scarecrow (n) : a figure or anything to frighten away birds


  38. Scarf (n) : a loose garment for neck or shoulders


  39. Scarify (v) : to scratch and cut the skin


  40. Scarlatina (n) : a kind of fever


  41. Scarlet (n) : brilliant red colour inclining to orange


  42. Scarp (n) : inner wall, any steep slope


  43. Scathe (n) : a wound, an injury


  44. Scathe (v) : damage, hurt


  45. Scathing (adj.) : send in different directions, strew


  46. Scavenger (n) : one who cleans the streets


  47. Scene (n) : stage of theatre, an incident


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