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Dictionary of 5-Letter Words: Words You Should Know

 

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"Dictionary of 5-Letter Words: Words You Should Know"

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[Series Name: 'Words By Number of Letters' | Book No: 02]

 

 

In this book, you will learn meanings of useful 5-letter-words. You will also find the parts of speech they belong to. I have also given synonyms of most of these words.

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01 -- abaft (adverb) -- in or behind the stern (back end) of a ship

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

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

05 -- adept (adjective) -- good at doing difficult tasks [synonyms: skillful, proficient]

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

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

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

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

10 -- broil (verb) -- (a). to cook meat or fish by exposure to direct, intense heat on metal bars. | (b). to become or make someone become very hot especially from sun

11 -- cagey (adjective) -- unwilling to give information due to distrust or caution [synonyms: evasive, secretive, wary]

12 -- croak (verb) (a). to make a rough low sound or speak with a low rough low voice || (noun) -- a rough low sound made in the throat

13 -- dearth (noun) -- a lack of something, not enough in required quantity or amount [synonyms: deficiency, scarcity, shortage]

14 -- greed (noun) -- strong and uncontrolled desire for having too much of something, such as money, power, possession, etc.

15 -- naive (adjective) -- (a). lacking wisdom, judgment or experience [synonyms: immature, inexperienced] | (b). very innocent | (c). (of art) colorful, very simple and childlike

16 -- thwart (verb) -- to prevent somebody from completing the task he/she is engaged in [synonyms: foil, spoil, frustrate]

 

 

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