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Dictionary of Formal Words: Vocabulary Building

 

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"Dictionary of Formal Words: Vocabulary Building"

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[Series Name: 'English Word Power' | Book No: 24]

 

 

Formal words are used in ‘official’ language. These words are used in ‘official’ or formal writing. In this book, you will study and learn useful formal words, name of parts of speech they belong to and their meanings.

 

 

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01 -- abandonment (noun) -- (a). the act of leaving a person, place or thing without intending to return | (b). the act of giving up a practice, a course of action or a way thinking completely and permanently [synonyms: desertion, forsaking]

02 -- abase (verb) -- to behave in a way so as to make someone that he/she does seem unimportant [synonyms: belittle, degrade, demean, humiliate, subjugate]

03 -- abasement (noun) -- an action or a behavior that bring you down or make you lose your own prestige [synonyms: debasement, denigration, disparagement]

04 -- abate (verb) -- to become less strong or widespread; to make something less strong or widespread. [synonyms: decline, subside]

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

06 -- abhor (verb) -- to strongly hate a way of thinking or behaving for moral reasons [synonyms: detest, despise, loathe]

07 -- abhorrence (noun) -- a feeling of strong hate for a way of thinking or behaving for moral reasons [synonyms: detestation, disgust, hatred, loathing, repugnance]

08 -- abhorrent (noun) -- causing a feeling of strong hatred for a way of thinking or behaving for moral reasons [synonyms: detest, loathe, despise]

09 -- aloft (adverb) -- high up in or into the air; far above the ground [synonyms: overhead]

10 -- amid (prep.) -- (a). in the middle/midst of something; during something | (b). surrounded by something

11 -- amity (noun) -- a friendly relationship [synonyms: concord, harmony]

12 -- attain (verb) -- to reach a particular level, age, condition, etc.

13 -- avowed (adjective) -- that has been publicly admitted, declared, asserted or stated [synonyms: affirmed, confirmed]

14 -- beset (verb) -- to harmfully or unpleasantly affect sb; to cause pain somebody over a period of time

15 -- carnival (noun) -- brightly colored mixture of things

16 -- denigrate (verb) -- to criticize somebody in a way that doesn’t seem to be fair; to mock or humiliate [synonyms: belittle, disparage]

17 -- denigration (noun) -- criticism of somebody in a way that doesn’t seem to be fair; mockery or humiliation [synonyms: belittling, disparagement, ridicule]

18 -- discompose (verb) -- to make somebody feel nervous or worried [synonyms: disconcert]

19 -- discomposure (noun) -- feeling of nervousness or worry [synonyms: embarrassment, uneasiness]

20 -- dwelling (noun) -- a house, flat, apartment or other place where a person lives [synonyms: abode, residence]

21 -- Inform (noun) -- (b). to have an influence or control on something

22 -- judicious (adjective) -- showing care or good judgment [synonyms: sensible, prudent]

23 -- judiciously (adverb) in a manner that shows care or good judgment [synonyms: sensibly, prudently]

24 -- lamentation (noun) -- an expression that shows great misery or disappointment

25 -- mandatory (adjective) -- required or binding by law [synonyms: obligatory or compulsory]

26 -- meditative (adjective) -- involving or absorbed in deep and serious thought [synonyms: contemplative, thoughtful, pensive]

27 -- outspread (adjective) -- completely extended, expended or spread out

28 -- possess (verb) to have, hold, acquire or own something or have a particular quality

29 -- prepossessing (adjective) -- attractive, interesting or appealing in appearance [synonyms: alluring, eye-catching]

30 -- purchase (noun) an act of buying something or something that you have bought || (verb) to buy something; to pay for something

31 -- refutable (adjective) -- (a). (of somebody/something) that can be proved wrong | (b). (of statement) that can be said to be not true or fair [synonyms: disprovable]

32 -- refutation (noun) -- (a). the action of to be wrong or proving someone/something to be wrong | (b). an act of saying a statement is not true or fair [synonyms: denial, negation, repudiation]

33 -- refute (verb) -- (a). to be wrong or prove someone/something to be wrong | (b). to say a statement is not true or fair [synonyms: deny, disprove, contest, contradict]

34 -- reiterate (verb) -- to say something once again or again and again for emphasis [synonyms: repeat]

35 -- reiteration (noun) -- the action of saying something once again or again and again for emphasis [synonyms: repetition]

 

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