Top 25 Visual Vocabulary – Learn English Through Vocabulary

Top 25 Visual Vocabulary – Learn English Through Vocabulary
CONFLAGRATION
conflagration
n. A large destructive fire.
Key – Con-Flag-ration
The forest was engulfed in a fast spreading conflagration.
DRACONIAN
Adj. Exceedingly harsh; very severe
Key – Dracula
The new draconian rules triggered a rebellion against the authorities.
DYSPEPSIA
Noun. Disturbed digestion; indigestion.
Key – Pepsi
Drinking Pepsi always gives me dyspepsia…but somehow I love it.
CETACEAN
Adj. Large aquatic carnivorous mammal
Key – Sea –tacean
Cetacean creatures are found mostly in the sea.
Internal Parts of the Body – English Vocabulary In Urdu
FAUX PAS
Noun. A social blunder
Key – Fox Pass
Nobody expected such a faux pas from Vivek Oberoi when he blurted out his feelings against Salman in front of the camera.
GAMBIT
A manoeuver, stratagem, or ploy, especially one used at an initial stage
Key – Gamble
There was no room for any gambit in the board room.
Laggard
laggard – someone who takes more time than necessary; someone who lags behind
Key- Leg-guard
Nobody expects a quick response from a laggard.
IMPUNITY
Exemption from punishment, penalty, or harm
Key- Unity
We often do good in order that we may do evil with impunity. — Duc de La Rochefoucauld, French writer and moralist.
Hallucination
A false or mistaken idea; a delusion
Key- Hello
I start having hallucinations whenever I see my Principal.
INCHOATE
In an initial or early stage; incipient
Key – Inko – hate
Nikki Finke, an entertainment journalist with LA Weekly, expressed herself alliteratively and bluntly about the Oscars awards show on TV. “Inchoate” — undeveloped — was one of the mildest of her insults:
“This was the most incoherent, inchoate Oscar telecast in recent memory”.

IMPETOUS
characterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberation
Key- Petu
My impetuous friend is always in a hurry to gobble up food.
JARGON
The specialized or technical language of a trade, profession, or similar group or meaningless talk
Key- Jagaran
I can never understand the jargon used by the NASA scientists.
JINGOISM
Extreme nationalism
Key – Jung
All the politicians indulge in jingoism at the time of war.
JUGGERNAUT
An overwhelming, advancing force that crushes or seems to crush everything in its path
Key – Jagannath
When the juggernaut of the Prime minister’s entourage moves, the traffic comes to a standstill.
KNAVE
a deceitful and unreliable scoundrel
Key – Naav doob gayi
One should be beware of knaves stalking the streets of Delhi.
HAGGARD
Appearing worn and exhausted
Key- Leg- guard
He appeared haggard after having a sleepless night.
LANCET
a small knife like tool.
Key – Lancer
When I lost the key to my Lancer, the door lock had to be opened using a lancet.
The girl is Dark-Skinned
LARCENY
Theft
Key-
Lara Dutta +
Saini hair oil
Lara Dutta likes Saini Herbal hair oil so much that she often steals it.
AEGIS PROTECTION, SUPPORT
KEY – “AGED” PEOPLE WHO NEED SUPPORT FROM THE YOUNG
USAGE – The orphaned child’s welfare is now under the aegis of the courts.
ALTERCATION ANGRY DISPUTE; NOISY ARGUMENT
KEY – THE “ALTERATION” DONE BY THE TAILOR WAS NOT APPROPRIATE LEADING TO AN altercation WITH THE CUSTOMER.
USAGE – Salman Khan is being sued for the altercation he had with the cops in a night club.
AMBIVALENCE UNCERTAINTY, INABILITY TO MAKE A CHOICE
KEY – “BALANCE” – SO BALANCED THAT IT IS DIFFICULT TO MAKE A CHOICE
USAGE – Social customs and attitudes that unnecessarily promote ambivalence are bad.
AMELIORATE TO MAKE OR BECOME BETTER
KEY – “AMUL’S RATE” IS GETTING BETTER DAY BY DAY.
USAGE – Restriction of salt intake is needed to ameliorate the health of a heart patient.
APPRISE TO GIVE NOTICE TO; INFORM
KEY – A CHILD WHO WINS A “PRIZE” INFORMS HIS MOTHER OF THE ACHIEVEMENT.
USAGE – I’m writing this letter to apprise you of the latest developments.
AVARICE GREED
KEY – THE “WAARIS” OF DHIRUBHAI AMBANI FOUGHT OVER THE PROPERTY AS THEY WERE GREEDY
USAGE – A car in today’s age – an avarice or a necessity?
BANAL DEVOID OF FRESHNESS OR ORIGINALITY
KEY – DULL “BANNER” – LACKING ORIGINALITY
USAGE – You’ve become, my dear, dull and banal.

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