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Dictionary of Adjectives: Vocabulary Building


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[Series Name: 'English Word Power' | Book No: 22]



An adjective is a word that modifies or describes a noun or pronoun. Adjectives can act as a complement to linking verbs or the verb “to be’. Adjectives are said to be coordinate if they modify the same noun in a sentence. In this book, you will study and learn useful English adjectives with their meanings.


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01 -- aberrant -- unusual or socially unacceptable; departing from an accepted standard [synonyms: abnormal, deviant, nonstandard]

02 -- abrupt -- (a). involving action or change that is sudden, rapid or unexpected in an unpleasant way | (b). speaking in an unfriendly manner

03 -- adept -- good at doing difficult tasks [synonyms: skillful, proficient]

04 -- avowed -- that has been publicly admitted, declared, asserted or stated [synonyms: affirmed, confirmed]

05 -- basic -- (a). forming the most necessary part of sth | (b). of the simplest kind | (c). necessary and very important

06 -- bewitching -- extremely beautiful in a way that attracts somebody’s attention greatly

07 -- big-headed -- immodest or too proud, egoistical

08 -- cagey -- unwilling to give information due to distrust or caution [synonyms: evasive, secretive, wary]

09 -- charred -- completely black and burnt due to the effect of fire

10 -- demagogic -- seeking to win support of ordinary people by emotion-based arguments

11 -- disproportionate -- too large or too small when compared with something else [synonyms: inconsistent]

12 -- dulcet -- gentle and pleasant to the ear or agreeable to the eyes [synonyms: melodious]

13 -- effusive -- expressing feelings or emotions in a heartfelt manner [synonyms: fervent, overenthusiastic, passionate]

14 -- egalitarian -- believing in the principle that everyone is equal and deserves same rights and opportunities.

15 -- enthusiastic -- feeling or showing intense excitement about something [synonyms: eager, earnest, fervent, passionate]

16 -- exceptional -- good in an unusual manner [synonyms: extraordinary, outstanding]

17 -- fiendish -- extremely cruel, unpleasant, or complicated [synonyms: monstrous]

18 -- gratuitous -- needless, unnecessary or unreasonable

19 -- grubby -- (a). dirty, because it has been unwashed or has not been cleaned | (b). unpleasant and disreputable because it involves dishonest or immoral activities [synonyms: filthy, grimy, mucky, sordid]

20 -- horrifying -- making somebody feel extremely disgusting or frightened [synonyms: appalling, dreadful, horrific]

21 -- insubstantial -- not very large, strong or important [synonyms: weak]

22 -- mandatory -- required or binding by law [synonyms: obligatory or compulsory]

23 -- meditative -- involving or absorbed in deep and serious thought [synonyms: contemplative, thoughtful, pensive]

24 -- mystifying -- (a). totally confusing | (b). making something difficult to understand [synonyms: bewildering, baffling, confounding, perplexing, puzzling]

25 -- nearby -- near in position

26 -- orthodox -- (a). (of beliefs and practices) generally approved of [synonyms: conventional, traditional] | (b). following traditional beliefs and practices especially related to religion

27 -- outspread -- completely extended, expended or spread out

28 -- palpable -- that you can easily notice with your senses [synonyms: blatant, brazen, conspicuous, flagrant]

29 -- pathetic -- (a). making somebody feel shame, disappointment or sadness [synonyms: dismal, pitiable, wretched] | (b). weak and not successful [synonyms: feeble]

30 -- prepossessing -- attractive, interesting or appealing in appearance [synonyms: alluring, eye-catching]






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