Vocabulary Words Sentences

English Vocabulary Index

Vocabulary Words Sentences for 26th August :

  1. Presumption (n) : act of taking for granted, supposition


  2. Presumptuous (adj.) : insolent, showing presumption


  3. Presuppose (v) : imply, assume, presume, presupposition


  4. Pretence (n) : false show


  5. Pretend (v) : assume, make believe, claim


  6. Pretended (adj.) : unreal


  7. Pretentious (adj.) : putting forward false claims, showy


  8. Pretext (n) : a specious excuse or reason


  9. Pretty (adj.) : pleasing and attractive


  10. Pretty (adv.) : fairly, moderately


  11. Prevail (v) : have greater influence, succeed, win be in use


  12. Prevailing (adj.) : usual, current


  13. Prevalent (adj.) : powerful, general, current


  14. Prevaricate (v) : try to avoid telling the truth


  15. Prevent (v) : keep, stop, hinder, obstruct


  16. Preventive (adj.) : tending to prevent


  17. Preventive (n) : that which prevents


  18. Previous (adj.) : preceding, former


  19. Prey (n) : something taken by force(esp. by a flesh-eating animal) for food, victim


  20. Price (n) : charge, worth


  21. Priceless (adj.) : too valuable


  22. Prick (v) : pierce or injure with a sharp point, sting


  23. Prick (n) : a sting


  24. Prickly heat (n) : summer rash of red pimples


  25. Prickly pear (n) : a cactus having, pear shaped prickly fruit


  26. Pride (n) : self-esteem, haughtiness, insolence, elation of heart or noble self-esteem object of pride


  27. Priest (n) : an official, minister of any religious system


  28. Prig (n) : a self-righteous person


  29. Prim (adj.) : precise, neat


  30. Prima-donna (n) : a famous woman singer


  31. Primary (adj.) : original, chief, elementary


  32. Prime (adj.): first in importance, chief, prime number


  33. Prime (n) : (of life) the period of the fullest vigour


  34. Primer (n) : elementary text book


  35. Primeval (adj.) : pertaining to the first age of the world, old


  36. Primitive (adj.) : of the earliest time, old-fashioned


  37. Prince (n) : a ruler, the son of a ruler


  38. Prince (fem.) : princess


  39. Princely (adj.) : befitting a prince


  40. Princess (n) : the daughter of a ruler, member of a royal family


  41. Principal (adj.): chief


  42. Principal (n) : the head of an institution, sum put out to interest


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