Ferocious (Adjective) = very Rugged (Adjective) = having a In val uab le ( Adj ect ive ) =
aggressive or violent; very strong; bro ken , rocky o r u neven extremely useful; indispensable;
savage. surface; rough; irregular. of inestimable worth; priceless.
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He is a man driven by ferocious The rugged coast path meanders Mr. Crump says the help he has
determination. among tall cliffs. received from Macmillan nurses
It is safe to take a mild sedative. She was taken in by the is invaluable.
663. (3) Am iab le (Adj ect ive ) = salesman’s smooth manner of Joan had been deserted by a
having or displaying a friendly talking. worthless husband.
and pleasant manner; amicable; 668. (3) prepared
673. (2) Unreflective (Adjective) =
cordial; friendly. Impromptu (Adjective) = done absent ; mi nded; c asual ;
Irascible (Adjective) = irritable; without preparation or planning; cursory.
short–tempered; showing a improvised; unprepared,
unrehearsed. Contemplative (Adjective) =
tendency to be easily angered;
exp ressi ng or inv ol ving
easily provoked Look at the sentence :
prolonged thought; thoughtful;
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He has an irascible disposition. enough for impromptu dinner
party invitations. Look at the sentence :
The amiable young man greeted
669. (4) Confront (Verb) = come face She re garded me wi th a
to face with argu mentative contemplative eye.
664. (1) Joyful (Adjective) = very
intent; challenge; resist. After an unreflective look she
happ y; cheerful, joyo us
Evade (Verb) = escape or avoid moved on.
by guile or trickery; elud e; 674. (4) Fr uitf ul (Ad ject ive ) =
Forlorn (Adjective) = appearing escape; dodge. producing many useful results;
lonely and unhappy; abandoned.
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His friends once helped him Futile (Adjective) = having no
She looked so forlorn, standing evade capture. purpose because there is no
there in the rain.
The speaker evade the questions chance of success; pointless.
The news of the child’s safe asked by the audience. 500 Look at the sentence :
return made us all joyful. policemen confronted an equal
665. (1) Docile (Adjective) = ready Their efforts to revive him were
number of union supporters.
to acc ept instru ction; futile.
670. (1) Cosmopolitan (Adjective) =
submissive; dutiful; obedient; containing people of different His continuous efforts were
compliant. types or from different countries proved fruitful as he got a good
Ob sti nat e ( Adj ect ive ) = and influenced by their culture. job.
stubbornly refusing to change Insular (Adjective) = onl y 675. (3) Permanent (Adjective) =
one’s opi ni ons; w ilful ; interested in your own country, lasting or intended to last or
unyielding; obdurate. ideas etc. and not in those from remain unchanged indefinitely;
Look at the sentences : outside; connected wi th an perpetual.
She nu rses an obs tinate island. In teri m (Adj ect ive ) = the
determination to pursue a career Look at the sentences : interve ni ng time; in terval;
in television. The British are often accused of interlude; intended to last for
This company has cheap and being insular. only a short time until something
docile workforce. The club has a cosmopolitan mo re permane nt is fo und ;
666. (3) Cowardice (Noun) = fear or
lack of courage; ti mi dity; 671. (3) Courteous (Adjective) = Look at the sentences :
fearfulness. polite; respectful; well-mannered; The vice–president took power
considerate in manner. in the interim period before the
Courage (Noun) = the ability to
do something dangerous or to Insolent (Adjective) = extremely election.
face pain or opposition without rude and showing a lack of
There is a permanent ban on the
showing fear; bravery. respect; impudent; ill- mannered.
dumping of radioactive waste at
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She hated the insolent tone of his
I haven’t yet plucked up the 676. (3) Loyalty (Noun) = allegiance;
voice when she asked for help.
courage to ask her. faithfulness; fidelity; obedience.
She was courteous and obliging
My cowardice got the better of Treachery (Noun) = betrayal of
me and I crept out of the room. trust; betrayal ; di sl oyal ty;
672. (4) Worthless (Adjective) =
667. (3) Smooth (Adjective) = even; infidel ity back–stabbi ng;
having no real value or use; good
not rough; regular; level; flat. faithlessness.