piety (N.) : the state of having/ evasive (Adj.) : not willing to give diffident (Adj.) : not having
showing a deep respect for clear answers to a question ; much confidence in yourself; shy;
somebody/something (God and cagey. no t wanting to tal k about
religion) 623. (2) yielding (Adj.) : willing to do yourself.
615. (3) treacherous (Adj.) : that what other people want; soft. 631. (3) surrender (V.) : to admit that
cannot be trusted; deceitful. relentless (Adj.) : not stopping you have been defeated and want
devout (Adj.) : believing strongly or getting less strong; unrelenting; to stop fighting; give in.
in a particular religion and refusing to give up; hard; harsh. van quis h (V.) : to defeat
obeying its laws and practices; somebody compl e tel y i n a
624. (1) friendship
honest; faithful. competition, war etc.
hostility (N.) : unfriendly or 632. (1) conventional
616. (1) realness (N.) : the true aggressive feelings or behaviour
situation and the problems that nonconformist (Adj.) : the fact
625. (3) adore (V.) : to love somebody of not following normal ways of
usually exist in life ; existing as
fact ; actual rather than imaginary. very much. think i ng and beha ving ;
apparition (N.) : a ghost or an detest (V.) : to hate somebody/ unconventional.
image of a person who is dead; something very much; loathe. 633. (2) intractable (Adj.) : very
appearance ; emergence. 626. (3) enlargement (N.) : made difficult to deal with; obdurate;
perceptible (Adj.) : noticeable
malleable (Adj.) : easily
illusion (N.) : a false idea/belief epitome (N.) : a perfect exam-
influenced or ch anged;
undetectable (Adj.) : impossible to ple of something; embodiment;
see/find abstract; resume, summary.
pliable (Adj.) : able to be led/
617. (4) opulent (Adj.) : luxurious; quintessence (N.) : the perfect directed
wealthy; extremely rich. example of something
634. (4) humility (N.) : the quality of
penurious (Adj.) : very poor ; paragon (N.) : an ideal instance not thinking that you are better
destitute ; penniless. incarnation (N.) : a period of life than others; the quality of being
618. (1) disparage (V.) : belittle ; to in a particular form humble.
suggest that something is not 627. (2) stupidity (N.) : behaviour vanity (N.) : the quality of being
important or valuable. that sho ws a lack of good unimportant; too much pride in
accentuate (V.) : to emphasize judgement or thought. your own appearance; abilities
somethi ng or mak e it more etc.
gumption (N.) : courage and
noticeable. 635. (3) commence (V.) : begin; come
determination ; intelligence.
enunciate (V.) : to express an into existence; get going.
ingenuity (N.) : the ability to terminate (V.) : to end; to make
idea clearly and exactly
invent things/solve problems in something end.
aggrandize (V.) : add details to clever new ways
exacerbate (V.) : make worse 636. (1) distract (V.) : to take
sagacity (N.) : good judgement somebody’s attention away from
619. (3) honourable (Adj.) : deserving and understanding what they are trying to do; divert.
respect and admiration.
acumen (N.) : the ability to captivate (V.) : to keep
debauched (Adj.) : immoral ;
understand and decide things somebody’s attention by being
depraved, dissolute. interesting, attractive etc.
quickly and well
dissipated (Adj.) : enjoy ing 637. (4) unpleasant
628. (2) vigour (N.) : energy, force
activities that are harmful such
or enthusiasm; vitality congenial (Adj.) : pleasant to
as drinking too much alcohol
inertia (N.) : lack of energy; lack spend time with; suitable for
depraved (Adj.) : morally bad something; pleasant because it
of desire or ability to move or
unrestrained (Adj.) : not suits your character.
controlled accord (N.) : a formal agreement
620. (2) dissent (N.) : the fact of 629. (4) skimp (V.) : to try to spend
snug (Adj.) : cosy
expressing opinions that are less time, money on something
638. (4) ac qui re ( V.) : to gai n
different from those that are than is really needed.
something; to obtain something.
accepted. squander (V.) : to waste money, abjure (V.) : to promise publicly
assent (N.) : the official agreement time etc. in a stupid way. that you will give up or reject a
to or approval of something. slander (V.) : to make a false belief; renounce.
621. (1) vice (N.) : evil or immoral spoken statement about renounce (V.) : to state officially
behaviour. somebody that is intended to that you are no longer going to
virtue (N.) : behaviour or damage the good opinion that keep a title, position, etc.
attitudes that show high moral people have of them relinquish (V.) : to stop having
standards. 630. (3) confident (Adj.) : feeling sure something, especially when this
622. (4) categorical (Adj.) : expressed about your own ability to do happens unwillingly
clearly ; definite. things and be successful. abnegate (V.) : renounce; reject