English Vocabulary 2nd Semester

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Omnipotent
(Adj.)
All powerful, almighty
Omniscient
(Adj.)
All-knowing
Dupe
(Verb)-To deceive, fool
(Noun)-A fool
Ascribe to
(Verb)
to attribute to a particular cause or source
Grandeur
(Noun)
The quality of being grand, magnificent
Aegis
(Noun)
1. The shield of Zeus
2. Protection or sponsorship
Oracle
(Noun)
1. A shrine to a particular deity
2. A prophecy made at the shrine
Coerce
(Verb)
To force to act or think in a certain way; to compel
Implacable
(Adj.)
Impossible to reconcite or appease , impossible to placate
Venerate
(Verb)
To regard with a great respect or reverence
Eminence
(Noun)
A position of great distinction or authority
Beneficient
(Adj.)
Kind, charitable
Enshare
(Verb)
To catch in, or as it in, a snare (trap)
Beguile
(Verb)
1. To decieve
2. To charm, amuse
Radient
(Adj.)
Filled with light; bright; glowing
Incarnate
(Adj.)
Endowed with bodily form; personified
Smith
(Noun)
A metalworker or blacksmith
Forage
(Noun)
A furnace where metals are heated and fashioned
Hearth
(Noun)
1. The floor of a fireplace
2. Family life; the home
Nector
(Noun)
1. The drink of the gods
2. A delicious drink
Inexplicable
(Adj.)
Impossible to explain or account for.
Ardent
(Adj.)
Characterized by warmth of feeling; passionate.
Diligent
(Adj.)
Hard working, preserving, painstaking.
Direful
(Adj.)
Warning of disaster; urgent, desperate.
Resolve
(N.)
Firmness of purpose; resolution, determination.
Exquisite
(Adj.)
Beautifully made or designed; having great delicacy or beauty.
Disdainful
(Adj.)
Haughty, contemptuous, disrespectful
Scorn
(V.)
To consider or treat as contemptible or unworthy.
Entice
(V.)
To attract by arousing hope or desire; lure.
Heifer
(N.)
A young cow.
Gilded
(Adj.)
Covered with a thin layer of gold.
Throng
(N.)
A large group of people crowded together.
Omen
(N.)
A sign of future good or evil.
Contemptible
(Adj.)
Deserving of contempt; despicable.
Bane
(N.)
A cause of death or ruin; a deadly poison.
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