Vocabulary Strategies

English Vocabulary Index

Vocabulary Strategies for 6th November :

  1. Strip (v) : deprive of, tear off squeeze out, remove the clothes of


  2. Stripe (n) : a line, a blow with a whip


  3. Stripling (n) : a youth, one yet growing


  4. Strive (v) : struggle, contend, try, hard, make great efforts


  5. Stroke (n) : a blow, mark made by a per or brush, sound made by a bell


  6. Stroll (v) : to go for a leisurely walk


  7. Stroll (n) : quiet unhurried


  8. Strong (adj.) : having power to resist, firm


  9. Stronghold (n) : fortress


  10. Strop (n) : a strip of leather on which razor is sharpened


  11. Structure (n) : a building, frame work of a building, formation


  12. Struggle (v) : to try hard, to fight


  13. Struggle (n) : a striving, hard effort


  14. Strut (v) : walk about with pride and vanity, support with a bar placed obliquely


  15. Stub (n) : a small stump of tree


  16. Stubborn (adj.) : unyielding, head strong


  17. Student (n) : one who studies


  18. Studied (p & adj.) : well thought out, wanton, learned


  19. Studio (n) : an artist’s workshop, a place where cinema films are made


  20. Studious (adj.) : diligent, having a habit of learning


  21. Study (n) : subjects of attention, room for study, meditation


  22. Stuff (n) : material or substances which is used for some purpose


  23. Stuff (v) : fill, press


  24. Stuffing (n) : the thing used for filling up anything


  25. Stuffy (adj.) : close, not airy


  26. Stultify (v) : make foolish, make absurd, cause to be useless


  27. Stumble (v) : slip, trip, err, stagger


  28. Stumbling block (n) : that which causes one to stumble or trip over, the cause of difficulty, hindrance, obstacle


  29. Stun (v) : overpower the senses, stupefy, amaze


  30. Stunt (v) : stop the growth or development of


  31. Stunted (adj.) : dwarfed


  32. Stupefy (v): make senseless or stupid


  33. Stupendous (adj.) : amazing, tremendous, astonishing, wonderful


  34. Stupid (adj.) : foolish, dull, lacking in sensibility


  35. Stupor (n) : dazed state


  36. Sturdy (adj.) : strong, hart, vigorous, stout


  37. Sty (n) : an enclosure for swine, a filthy place


  38. Stygian (adj.) : pertaining to the river Styx, infernal, dark and gloomy, ‘Styx’


  39. Stylish (adj.) : having style, fashionable


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