NET Words List

NET Words List




Number
Words
Meanings
1.
Abhor
Detest, hate
2.
Abscond
Run Away, Depart secretly, Leave hurriedly.
3.
Accord
Agreement, Mutual Understanding.
4.
Acme
Pinnacle of achievement or Physical Object.
5.
Acrid
Bitter, sour to taste
6.
Adulterate
Pollute, cheapen
7.
Affable
Friendly
8.
Aggregate
Accumulated, added, amassed, assembled, collected
9.
Aloof
Remote, Distant, Forthcoming.
10.
Amiable
Friendly, agreeable
11.
Analogous
Akin, alike, comparable, consonant
12.
Appalled
Alarm, amaze, astound, horrify
13.
Apportion
Divide into shares, accord, admeasure, administer, allocate, allot, assign
14.
Apprise
Advise, brief, enlighten, fill in, inform, notify
15.
Approbation
Praise, Approval.
16.
Arable
Farm-able, Suitable for growing crops, Cultivable.
17.
Arbiter
Judge, Pundit, Mediator.
18.
Arrogate
Claim without justification, accroach, appropriate, assume
19.
Artful
Skillful, cunning, adept, adroit, clever, crafty
20.
Ascribable
Capable of being traced,  attributable, derivative, detectable
21.
Astute
Perceptive
22.
Audacious
Reckless, daring
23.
August
Dignified, noble
24.
Badger
Nag, bother, importune
25.
Barbaric
Crude, savage, brutal, coarse, cruel, fierce
26.
Bashful
Shy, reluctant to draw attention.
27.
Beckon
Call, signal, or lure
28.
Belligerent
Nasty, Argumentative, hostile and aggressive.
29.
Benign
Amiable, beneficent, benevolent
30.
Bigot
Intolerant, Prejudiced person.
31.
Blemish
Flaw, beauty spot
32.
Brag
Talk boastingly
33.
Brunt
Burden, force, impact, pressure
34.
Calm
Peaceful, quiet
35.
Capacious
Abundant, broad, comfortable, commodious
36.
Censure
Severe criticism, blame
37.
Cosmology
Theory of the Universe
38.
Despair
Depression, Hopelessness
39.
Distort
Deform, Falsify.
40.
Dowdy
Poorly dressed, old-fashioned, antiquated
41.
Effusive
Gushing, profuse,  big mouthed, demonstrative, ebullient, enthusiastic
42.
Elicit
Draw out,  evoke, evolve
43.
Engross
Hold one’s attention, absorb, apply, arrest, assimilate, attract
44.
Enigma
Mystery, puzzle
45.
Enigmatic
Mysterious, difficult to interpret or understand.
46.
Evident
Apparent, clear.
47.
Exacerbate
Infuriate, make worse
48.
Fascinating
Interesting, Spellbinding.
49.
Fleece
Plunder, steal
50.
Flippant
Rude, superficial
51.
Fulminate
Criticize harshly, denounce
52.
Gregarious
Friendly, affable, clubby, companionable
53.
Honorable
Respectable
54.
Horde
Band, crew, crowd, crush, drove
55.
Illicit
Not legal, forbidden
56.
Impeccable
Flawless, Faultless.
57.
Improvise
Make up, fake, slapdash
58.
Intrepid
Brave, nervy, bold, courageous, daring, dauntless
59.
Intricate
Complicated, elaborate, tangled, tortuous, tricky
60.
Kindle
Start a fire, blaze, burn, fire, flame, flare, glow, ignite
61.
Knave
Rascal, swindler, villain
62.
Larder
Provisions, Store room.
63.
Magnanimous
Beneficent, benevolent, bighearted, bountiful, charitable, considerate, forgiving, generous
64.
Motley
Mixed, Varied, Disparate.
65.
Nostalgia
Pleasant Remembrances, wistful affection.
66.
Nuzzle
Rub or push against gently with the nose and mouth, bundle, burrow, caress, nestle, nudge
67.
Obesity
Bulk, chubbiness, chunkiness, fatness, overweight
68.
Pauper
Person who is poor, alms person, bankrupt, beggar
69.
Perturbed
Troubled, anxious, bothered, flustered, restless, uneasy, upset
70.
Petulant
Crabby, Moody, Bad-tampered.
71.
Placid
Calm, Mild, Contended.
72.
Prodigal
Dissipated, excessive, extravagant, immoderate
73.
Prodigality
Absurdity, amenity, dissipation, exaggeration, excess
74.
Profligate
Spendthrift, Immoral
75.
Rapport
Understanding between People, Affinity.
76.
Shifty
Deceitful, Untrustworthy, Evasive.
77.
Sluggish
Dull, slow-moving
78.
Spontaneous
Impulsive, willing,
79.
Stingy
Close-fisted, costive, thrifty
80.
Subdue
Keep under control, moderate, triumph over, vanquish
81.
Sumptuous
Luxurious, splendid
82.
Throttle
Burke, control, gag, inhibit, silence, smother
83.
Tranquility
Peace, quiet, serenity, stillness
84.
Trivial
Petty, Little
85.
Venial
Pardonable, all right, allowable, defensible, excusable, explainable
86.
Vivacious
lively, spirited
87.
Waiver
Giving up, Letting go.
88.
Withdraw
Remove, Take away.
CREDITS: HASSAN SHEHBAZ & WARDA TAHIR

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