Vocabulary Quiz

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Vocabulary Quiz for 12th November :

  1. Swamp (n) : low ground wet with water


  2. Swan (n) : a large water fowl


  3. Swank (v) : to show off


  4. Sward (n) : lawn-like ground


  5. Swarm (n) : cluster of insects (escape of bees) any great number


  6. Swarthy (adj.) : tawny, dusky


  7. Swathe (v) : to bind in bandage


  8. Swathe (n) : bandage


  9. Sway (n) : ruling power, rule, a swing, swinging motion


  10. Sway (v) : swing, govern


  11. Swear (v) : say solemnly, take an oath, utter profane oath, curse


  12. Sweat (n) : perspiration


  13. Sweat (v) : toil hard


  14. Sweep (v) : pass rapidly over, carry along or off by force, clear off or away


  15. Sweep (n) : act of sweeping, range, one who cleans


  16. Sweeping (adj.) : rushing, carrying comprehensive


  17. Sweet (adj.) : having the taste of sugar or honey, gentle


  18. Sweeten (v) : make sweet


  19. Sweetheart (n) : mistress, a lover


  20. Sweetmeat (n) : confection


  21. Swelling (n) : a tumour


  22. Swelter (v) : to suffer from excessive heat


  23. Swelter (n) : unbearable, heat


  24. Swerve (v) : turn from any line, duty or custom


  25. Swift (adj.) : rapid, speedy, ready


  26. Swig (n) : a mouthful of a drink


  27. Swim (v) : to float at or below the surface of water


  28. Swim (n) : act of floating and moving on water


  29. Swindle (v) : cheat, defraud


  30. Swindle (n) : deception, fraud


  31. Swindler (n) : a cheat


  32. Swine (n-sing. & pl) : pig


  33. Swine-herd (n) : a keeper of swine


  34. Swing (v) : vibrate, brandish, sway, whirl


  35. Swipe (v) : to strike hard


  36. Swirl (v) : whirl, eddy, turn round and round


  37. Swish (v) : to cut the air with a sound, to flog


  38. Swollen (adj.) : swelled


  39. Swoon (v) : faint


  40. Swoon (n) : a faint


  41. Swoop (v) : sweep, plunge or dash down upon


  42. Sword (n) : a steel weapon with a long sharp blade


  43. Sycamore (n) : a kind of big-tree


  44. Syce (n) : a groom


  45. Sycophancy (n) : obsequious flattery


  46. Sycophant (n) : a fawning flatterer


  47. Syllable (n) : a word or part of a word forming a unit or pronunciation


  48. Syllabus (n) : outline of school lessons


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