Vocabulary Skills for 2nd February

English Vocabulary Index

Vocabulary Skills for 2nd February :

  1. Black board (n) : a board painted black


  2. Blacken (n) : make black, defame


  3. Black guard (n) : a villain, a scoundrel


  4. Black-lead (n) : graphite


  5. Blackleg (n) : a gambler


  6. Black mail (n) : extortion of money by threats of exposure or denunciation


  7. Black mark (n) : a discreditable mark


  8. Blackout (n) : extinction of all the lights


  9. Blackout (v) : screen off


  10. Black-sheep (n) : a disreputable member


  11. Black-shirts (n) : fascists


  12. Black-smith (n) : mechanic artisan


  13. Bladder (n) : a thin bag, urinary bladder


  14. Blade (n) : the flat part of a leaf, the cutting part of a knife


  15. Blame (n) : censure


  16. Blame (v) : find fault with


  17. Blank (adj.) : empty,(n) : an empty space


  18. Blanket (n) : a covering for beds, cover with a blanket


  19. Blasphemy (n) : foul abuse


  20. Blast (n) : a gust of wind


  21. Blaze (n) : flame


  22. Bleach (v) : whiten, discolour


  23. Bleached (adj.) : washed white


  24. Bleak (adj.) : colourless, desolate, dreary exposed


  25. Bleat (n) : the cry of a sheep


  26. Bleat (v) : cry as a sheep


  27. Bleed (v) : lose blood, feel pity


  28. Blemish (n) : a defect, flaw


  29. Blemish (v) : tarnish, defame


  30. Blend (n) : mixture


  31. Bless (v) : invoke God’s favour upon


  32. Blesses (adj.) : happy, prosperous


  33. Blessing (n) : means of happiness


  34. Blew (v) : past tense of BLOW


  35. Blight (n) : a disease in plants


  36. Blight (v) : blast


  37. Blind (adj.) : without sight


  38. Blind fold (adj.) : with eyes covered (with a bandage)


  39. Blindly (adv) : without question


  40. Blind-mans-buff (n) : a game in which a blindfolded player tries to catch others


  41. Blink (v) : glance, wink, twinkle


  42. Bliss (n) : happiness


  43. Blister (n) : swelling a plaster


  44. Blithe (adj.) : gay


  45. Blithering (adj.) : senselessly, contemptible


  46. Bloat (v) : swell


  47. Bloc (n) : a body of supporters


  48. Block (n) : obstruct, stop


  49. Blockade (n) : siege


  50. Blockade (v) : surround so as to prevent movement




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