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Dictionary of 7-Letter Words: Words You Should Know

 

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"Dictionary of 7-Letter Words: Words You Should Know"

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[Series Name: 'Words By Number of Letters' | Book No: 04]

 

 

In this book, you will learn meanings of useful 7-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 -- adeptly (adverb) -- in a skilful way that shows natural ability or thorough proficiency [synonyms: adroitly, skillfully, proficiently]

02 -- charred (adjective) -- completely black and burnt due to the effect of fire

03 -- creeper (noun) a plant that grows along the ground by winding itself around another plant

04 -- drought (noun) -- a long period of little or no rain

05 -- dwindle (verb) -- to become less or smaller in a slow and steady way [synonyms: decline, diminish]

06 -- earmark (verb) -- to allocate, allot or put aside resources, funds, etc. for a particular purpose || (noun)        a feature or quality that is typical of sb/sth

07 -- mystify (verb) -- (a). to totally confuse the mind of somebody | (b). to make something difficult to understand [synonyms: bewilder, baffle, confound]

08 -- naïvely (adverb) -- (a). in a way that lacks wisdom, judgment or experience [synonyms: immaturely] | (b). in an innocent way | (c). (of art) in a colorful, very simple and childlike style which is deliberate

09 -- possess (verb) -- (a). to have, hold, acquire or own something or have a particular quality | (b). (of a felling or an emotion) to have a powerful effect on sb

10 -- satiate (verb) -- to completely satisfy a desire of somebody [synonyms: quench]

11 -- trivial (adjective) -- unimportant or insignificant and thus not worth considering [synonyms: petty]

 

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