Vocabulary Practice

English Vocabulary Index

Vocabulary Practice for 25th November :

  1. Tornado (n) : whirlwind


  2. Torpid (adj.) : stiff, numb, dull inactive


  3. Torpor (n) : inactivity, numbness


  4. Torrent (n) : a stream with great speed


  5. Torrid (adj.) : parched, dried violently hot


  6. Tortoise (n) : an animal of the reptile family having a toothless back and soft body encased in a hard shell, a kind of turtle


  7. Tortuous (adj.) : winding, deceiving


  8. Torture (n) : one who torments


  9. Toss (v) : throw up in the air


  10. Tot (n) : a tiny child


  11. Total (adj.) : whole, complete


  12. Total (n) : the aggregate, the whole amount


  13. Total (v) : add


  14. Totally (adv.) : fully, wholly, entirely


  15. Totter (v) : shake, walk unsteadily


  16. Toucan (n) : a kind of bird


  17. Touch (v) : move in contact with, reach


  18. Touch (n) : act of touching, contact, trace


  19. Touchiness (n) : quality of being easily offended, irritability


  20. Touching (adj.) : arousing tender emotion


  21. Touching (prep) : concerning about


  22. Touch-me not (n) : a plant whose leaves close down when touched


  23. Touchstone (n) : stone used for testing purity of gold


  24. Touchy (adj.) : easily offended, irritable


  25. Tough (adj.) : firm, stiff, not easily broken, durable


  26. Tour (n) : a journey, an excursion


  27. Tour (v) : go round on as excursion


  28. Tournament (n) : a series of contests in sports, games, etc.


  29. Tourney (n) : take part in a tournament


  30. Tourniquet (n) : a device for stopping bleeding by compressing the artery


  31. Tow (v) : to pull


  32. Toward (prep.) : in the direction of


  33. Toward (adv.) : nearly, about


  34. Towel (n) : cloth used for drying one-self after bath or for drying dishes etc.


  35. Tower (n) : a tall slender part of a building


  36. Towering (adj.) : high and tall, great


  37. Town (n ) : a place larger than a village and smaller than a city, the inhabitants of a towns


  38. Towns folk (n & pl) : people of town


  39. Toxin (n) : a poison


  40. Trace (n) : a mark left behind, trace


  41. Traceable (adj.) : that may be traced and found out


  42. Trachea (n) : the air-passage from the throat to the lings, the windpipe


  43. Track (n) : a mark left by the passing of something, a road or path


  44. Tract (n) : a region or area, extent, of land, a short treatise escape, on religion


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