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English Vocabulary Index

Words and Meanings for 11th October :

  1. Siam (v) : shut noisily


  2. Siam (n) : a loud noise, taking all the tricks in a game of cards


  3. Slander (n): false oral defamation


  4. Slang (n): language of every day life of the common people


  5. Slang (v) : abuse, scold


  6. Slant (n) : slope


  7. Slap (n) : a blow with the hand


  8. Slash (v) : make long cut, wound, strike at


  9. Slat (n): a long narrow thin piece of wood


  10. Slate (n): a flat piece of dark Grey stone, have a clean slate


  11. Slaughter (n) : killing


  12. Slaughter (v) : to slay, kill in large numbers


  13. Slave (n): person who is under the control of another


  14. Slavery (n): the state of being a slave, drudgery


  15. Slavish (n) : characteristic of a slave


  16. Slay (v) : kill


  17. Sledge (n) : a vehicle without wheels


  18. Sledge- hammer (n) : a heavy hammer


  19. Sleek (adj.) : smooth and soft


  20. Sleep (v) : slumber, give complete rest for the body and mind for several hours every day


  21. Sleepy (adj.) : ready to sleep


  22. Sleet (n) : rain and hail, frozen rain


  23. Sleeve (n) : part of a garment that covers the arms


  24. Sleight (n) : dexterity


  25. Slender (adj.) : slim, relatively, small


  26. Slice (n) : thin broad piece


  27. Slice (v) : cut into thin piece


  28. Slick (adj.) : dexterous, smooth


  29. Slick (adv.) : directly, exactly


  30. Slight (adj.) : small, negligible, slender


  31. Slight (v) : neglect


  32. Slim (adj.) : slender


  33. Slim (v) : make slender, reduce, size of body


  34. Slime (n) : oozy mud, wet filth


  35. Sling (n) : a strip of leather used to throw stones, a bandage to support a broken arm


  36. Slink (v) : to sneak away


  37. Slip (v) : glide, err


  38. Slipper (n) : a loose light shoe easily put on, one who or that which slips


  39. Slippery (adj.) : greasy, causing to slip, untrustworthy


  40. Slipshod (adj.) : careless, untidy


  41. Slit (n) : a long narrow cut


  42. Slit (v) : make a slit in


  43. Slither (v) : to slide unsteadily


  44. Sliver (n) : a small broken piece


  45. Slogan (n) : a catchword, party cry, war cry


  46. Sloop (n) : a small war ship


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