Vocabulary Power for 26th January

English Vocabulary Index

Vocabulary Power for 26th January :

  1. Babble (v) : speak like a baby, repeat foolishly


  2. Babe (n) : an infant, a childish person


  3. Baby (n) : an infant, a childish person


  4. Babel (n) : a scene of confusion, disorder


  5. Baboo (n) : mister, sir


  6. Baboon (n) : a big-sized monkey, ape


  7. Babyhood (n) : infancy


  8. Baccy (n) : tobacco


  9. Bachelor (n) : an unmarried man, one who has taken the first university degree


  10. Back (n) : the hinder parts, the rear, a shallow tray


  11. Backache (n) : pain at the back part of the body


  12. Backbite (v) : slander behind one’s back


  13. Back-bone (n) : the spinal cord, firmness, main support


  14. Backgammon (n) : a game


  15. Background (n) : scenery at the back of a picture, obscurity, environment


  16. Backside (n) : rear


  17. Backward (adj.) : dull


  18. Backward (adv.) : towards the back


  19. Backwards (adj.): unwilling, shy, behind slow, late dull


  20. Backyard (n) : open closed space at the back of the house


  21. Bacon (n) : salted and smoked flesh of pig


  22. Bacteria(n.pl) : microscopic organism


  23. Bad (adj.) : evil, wicked, inferior, worthless


  24. Bade (n) : past tense of ‘bid’, ‘bid’


  25. Badge (n) : a sign, a token ornament


  26. Badger (n) : a burrowing nocturnal animal


  27. Badger (v) : tease


  28. Badminton (n) : an out-door game


  29. Bag (n) : sack, purse


  30. Bag (v) : put in a bag, hunt down, secure


  31. Baggage (n) : luggage, lumber


  32. Bagasse (n) : the remains left over after juice has been extracted


  33. Bail (n) : one who gives security


  34. Bailable (adj.) : that can be let off on bail


  35. Bailiff (n) : steward


  36. Bailment (n) : delivery of goods in trust, releasing on bail


  37. Bairn (n) : child


  38. Bait (n) : a temptation


  39. Bake (v) : to heat or harden by heat, toast, fire


  40. Baker (n) : one who bakes or sells bread, etc., baker’s dozen


  41. Bakery (n) : a bake-house


  42. Balance (n) : scales, surplus


  43. Balance (v) : weigh


  44. Balcony (n) : a gallery, verandah


  45. Bald (adj.) : without hair, bare


  46. Bale (n) : a package, misery


  47. Baleful (adj.) : harmful




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