493. (1) cunning 503. (3) prosperous 518. (2) simplicity
guile (Noun) : the use of clever affluent (Adjective) : having a
gullibility (Noun) : naiveness; too
but dishonest behaviour in order lot of money and a good standard
of living ; wealthy. willing to believe or accept what
to trick people; deceit other people tell you.
494. (1) uselessness 504. (1) danger
519. (4) rant
futility (Noun) : having no peril (Noun) : a serious danger.
tirade (Noun) : a long angry
purpose; pointlessness 505. (3) dignified speech criticizing somebody/
insignificance (Noun.) : the fact august (Adjective) : impressive, something or accusing some-
of not being big/valuable enough making you feel respect. body.
to be considered important 506. (4) Insist 520. (1) adept
persist (Verb) : to continue to proficient (Adjective) : able to
495. (4) fake exist; to continue to do something do something well ; skilled.
sham (Adjective) : counterfeit; despite difficulties or opposition. 521. (2) chide
not genuine but intended to seem 507. (3) finally admonish (Verb) : reprove ; to
real; false. eventually (Adverb) : at the end tell somebody firmly that you do
496. (3) difficult (Adjective) : not of a period of time or series of not approve of something that
easy ; needing effort/skill to do/ events. they have done ; scold.
to understand 508. (3) flawless 522. (2) obstruction
arduous (Adjective) : involving impeccable (Adjective) : without interference (Noun) : interrup-
a lot of effort and energy; trouble mistakes or faults; perfect. tion.
some deference (N.) : behaviour that
509. (1) hidden
shows that you respect some-
troublesome (Adjective) : latent (Adjective) : existing, but
causing trouble, pain, etc. over not yet very noticeable.
523. (1) victim
a long period of time ; annoying ; 510. (4) decrease quarry (Noun) : an animal or a
irritating dwindle (Verb) : to become grad- person that is being hunted or
perilous (Adjective) : very ually less or smaller. followed; prey.
dangerous 511. (2) improve 524. (3) destroy
497. (4) adorn (Verb.) : to make ameliorate (Verb) : to make annihilate (Verb) : to destroy
something/somebody look more something better. completely.
attractive by decorating it or him 512. (2) to become or make something 525. (1) guess
with something hard like bone conjecture (Noun) : idea not
garnish (Verb) : to decorate a ossify (Verb) : to become or based on definite knowledge.
dish of food with a small amount make something fixed and unable 526. (4) authenticity
of other food; adorn to change. verisimilitude (Noun) : the qual-
498. (2) forsake (Verb.) : to leave 513. (4) fake ity of seeming to be true or real.
somebody/something ; abandon spurious (Adjective) : false, 527. (4) recall
abandon (Verb) : to leave a although seeming to be genuine; recapitulation (Noun) : repeti-
thing/ place based on false ideas. tion or summary of what has al-
499. (1) hateful ready been said.
Look at the sentence :
528. (1) satisfied
odius (Adjective) : extremely Spurious drugs are available in complacent (Adjective) : too sat-
unpleasant; horrible. plenty in the market. isfied with yourself or with a sit-
500. (2) cancellation 514. (4) beg uation; a feeling of satisfaction.
repeal (Noun) : a decision to stop 529. (2) enterprising (Adjective) :
beseech (Verb) : to ask somebody
something having or showing the ability to
for something in an anxious way
rejection (Noun.) : refusal to think of new projects or new
because you want or need very
accept/consider something much ; implore ; beg. ways of doing things and make
dejection (Noun.) : a feeling of them successful.
515. (1) sleep
unhappiness and disappointment 530. (4) Rich
snooze (Verb) : to have a short opulent (Adjective) : luxurious;
501. (1) belief
light sleep extremely rich; wealthy.
tenet (Noun.) : one of the
principles or beliefs that a theory 516. (2) dishonour 531. (2) bodily
or larger set of beliefs is based on humiliation (Noun) : to make visceral (Adjective) : resulting
somebody feel ashamed or stupid from strong feelings rather than
502. (2) strange
and lose the respect of other people; careful thought.
peculi ar (Adjective) : odd;
dishonour. 532. (1) pious
devout (Adjective) : believing in
look at the sentence : There was 517. (1) discharge a particular religion; showing
something peculiar in the way he emit (Verb) : to send out deep respect for God and reli-
smiled. something . gion.