Vocabulary Workshop Answer Key

English Vocabulary Index

Vocabulary Workshop Answer Key for 19th August :

  1. Plod (v) : a walk or toil laboriously


  2. Plot (n) : a small piece of ground, a secret plan for doing evil, plan of play, poem etc.


  3. Plough (n) : an implement for cutting furrows in soil


  4. Plough (v) : furrow, reject in an examination


  5. Ploughshare (n) : the iron blade in a plough


  6. Plover (n) : a bird


  7. Pluck (v) : snatch, jerk, twitch, reject in an examination


  8. Pluck (n) : spirit, courage


  9. Plug (n) : stopper, a thing that stops or fills a hole


  10. Plumage (n) : bird, feathers


  11. Plumb (n) : ball of lead hung on a string to test the perpendicular of wall etc.


  12. Plumb (adj.) : up right


  13. Plumbago (n) : black-lead (graphite)


  14. Plumber (n) : a worker who repairs pipes, tanks & c., using lead


  15. Plumb line (n) : the string to which the plumb is attached


  16. Plume (n) : a feather of a bird


  17. Plume (v) : adorn with plumes


  18. Plump (adj.) : feet and rounded


  19. Plump (v) : plunge


  20. Plunder (n) : seizing by force


  21. Plunder (v) : to forcibly rob goods


  22. Plunge (v) : dip, submerge, dive


  23. Plunge (n) : act of plunging


  24. Plural (n) : form of noun, pronoun, or verb referring to more than one


  25. Plural (adj.) : having more than one


  26. Plus (adj.) : with the addition of


  27. Plus (n) : the symbol(+), additional or positive quantity


  28. Ply (v) : toil, urge


  29. Ply (n) : fold, bent


  30. Plywood (n) : strong thin board glued together with grains cross wise


  31. Pneumatic (adj.) : concerning to working by air


  32. Pneumonia (n) : inflammation of the lungs


  33. Pock (n) : eruptive spot in the skin


  34. Pocket ((v) : put into a pocket or bag


  35. Pocket (n) : a pouch


  36. Pocket-money (n) : money given to children for their expenses


  37. Pod (n) : seed-case of leguminous plants, cocoons of silkworms


  38. Podium (n) : raised platform, round arena of amphitheatre


  39. Poem (n) : a composition in verse


  40. Poet (n) : writer or poems


  41. Poetry (n) : art of the work of the poet, poems as whole


  42. Poignant (adv) : poignantly


  43. Poignant (adj.) : painful, keen, bitter


  44. Point (n) : a dot, essential thing, purpose


  45. Point (v) : direct attention


  46. Point-blank (adj.) : horizontally, with direct aim


  47. Point-blank (adv.) : horizontally, with direct aim


  48. Pointed (adj.) : having a sharp point, sharp, special, direct, emphatic


  49. Poise (v) : be balanced


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