405. (4) bli ss (Noun ) : extreme             attain (Verb) : to succeed in           metropolis (Noun) : a large
     happiness; joy                           getting something, usually after        important city
     happiness (Noun) : the feeling           a lot of effort                    414. (3) strict (Adjective) : that must
     of extreme joy; pleasure; bliss          sustain (Verb) : maintain; to           be obeyed exactly
     grief (Noun) : the feeling of great      make something continue for             stern (Adjecti ve) : strict;
     sadness                                  some time without becoming less         serious and often disapproving
     sorrow (Noun) : the feeling of      410. (4) reiterated (Verb) : to repeat       young (Adjective) : not yet old
     great sadness; grief                     something that you have already         stem (Noun) : the main long thin
     misery (Noun) : great suffering          said, especially to emphasize it.       part of a plant above the ground
     of the mind and/or body;                 repeated        (Adjecti ve)     :      lenient (Adjective) : not so strict
     distress                                 happening, said or done many            as expected while punishing
                                              times                                   somebody or while making sure
406. (4) calamity (Noun) : disaster;
     an event that causes great harm          disputed (Adjective) : open to          that rules are obeyed.
     or damage                                debate                             415. (2) deviation (Noun) : the act of
                                              elaborated (Adjective) : very           moving away from what is normal
     catastrophe (Noun) : sudden
                                              complicated and detailed                or acceptable
     disaster that causes many people
     to suffer                                explained (Verb) : to tell some-        aberration (Noun) : a fact, an
                                              thing in a way that makes it easy       action or a way of behaving that
     clumsy (Adjective) : moving or
                                              to understand                           is not usual, and that may be
     doing things in a very awkward
     way                                 411. (4) respect (Verb) : to admire          unacceptable
                                              somebody/ something                     intensification (Noun) : the act
     disease (Noun) : an illness
                                              revere (Verb) : to feel great re-       of increasing in degree or
     rustic (Adjective) : simple; of
                                              spect or admiration for somebody        strength
     country (rural) people                   or something                            nationality (Noun) : the legal
407. (1) delusion (Noun) : a false            condemn (Verb) : to express             right of belonging to a nation
     belief or opinion about yourself         very strong disapproval, usually        justification (Noun) : a good
     or your situation                        for moral reasons                       reason why something exists or
     hallucination         (Noun)      :      reverse (Verb) : to change              is done
     something that is seen or heard          completely so that it may be the   416. (1) unnatural (Adjective) :
     when it is not really there              opposite of what it was before          different from what is normal or
     habitat (Noun) : the place where         humiliate (Verb) : to make              expected
     a particular type of animal or           somebody feel ashamed or stupid         abnormal (Adjective) : different
     plant is normally found                  and lose the respect of other           from what is usual or expected
     dress (Noun) : clothes                   people                                  aggressive (Adjective) : angry,
     deception (Noun) : the act of       412. (1) scholarly (Adjective) :             and behaving in a threatening
     deliberately making somebody             spending a lot of time studying         way; ready to attack
     believe something that is not            and having a lot of knowledge           unique (Adjective) : being the
     true.                                    about an academic subject               only one of its kind; very special
408. (4) lustful (Adjective) : feeling        erudite (Adjective) : having or         or unusual
     or showing strong sexual desire          showing great knowledge that is         informal (Adjective) : relaxed
     salaci ous      (Adjective)       :      gained from academic study;             and friendly; not following strict
     encouraging sexual desire or             learned                                 rules
     containing too much sexual detail        unlettered (Adjective) : unable    417. (1) corrupt (Adjective) : willing
     angry (Adjective) : having strong        to read                                 to use power to do illegal or
     feelings about something that you        sti ngy (Adjecti ve) : not              dishonest things in return for
     don’t like                               generous; especially with money         money
     unhappy (Adjective) : not                sloppy (Adjective) : that shows         venal (Adjective) : prepared to
     happy; sad                               a lack of care, thought or effort       do dishonest or immoral things
     satisfied (Adjective) : pleased     413. (2) fortress (Noun) : a building        in return for money; corrupt
     because yo u have achi eved              or place that has been made             comprehensible (Adjective) :
     something                                stronger and protected against          that can be understood by
                                              attack                                  somebody easily/ readily
409. (4) obtain (Verb) : to g et
     something by making an effort            citadel (Noun) : a castle on high       legible (Adjective) : clear enough
                                              ground in or near a city where          to read
     derive (Verb) : to get something
                                              people could go when the city           forgivable (Adjective) : that you
     from something; to obtain a
                                              was being attacked                      can understand and forgive;
     substance from something; to
                                              mansion (Noun) : a large                excusable
     develop from something
                                              impressive house                   418. (1) magician (Noun) : a man who
     contain (Verb) : to include; to
                                              palace (Noun) : the official home       performs magic or clever tricks;
                                              of a king, queen, president etc.        conjurer