Most Important English Vocabulary Part - II

Most Important English Vocabulary Part - II

List of Homophones and Homophones - Homographs are words that are spelled the same but have different meanings while Homophones are words that sound the same when you pronounce them, but have different meanings. We have selected these words for maximum usefulness. All these have appeared in recent years in different exams. it will be helpful in upcoming exams like ssc cgl, ssc chsl as well as IBPS PO Clerk and SBI PO. Most Important English Vocabulary Part - II

dough – a flour mixture with water
dual - double
duel - battle
ewe – female sheep
eye – sight organ
fair - equal
fare - price
fairy – elf like creature with wings
ferry - boat
faze - impact
phase - stage
feat – achievement
feet – plural of foot
fir – type of tree
fur – animal hair
flea – small biting insect
flee - run
flew – past form of fly
flu – illness
flour – powdery, ground up grain
fore - front
forth - onward
fourth – number four
knew – past form of know
new – not old
gorilla – big ape
guerrilla – warrior
grease - fat
Greece – country in south eastern Europe
groan – moan
grown – past participle form of grow
hair – head covering
hare – rabbit-like animal
haul – tow
halve – cut in two parts
have – possess
hay – animal food
hey – interjection to get attention
heal - mend
heel – back of foot
high – up far
hoarse - croaky
horse – riding animal

Most Important English Vocabulary Part - II

hole - opening
whole – entire
holey – full of holes
holy - divine
wholly - entirely
hour – sixty minutes
our – belonging to us
knead - massage or make uniform
need - desire
knight – feudal horseman
night – evening
knot – tied rope
not – negative
know – have knowledge
no – opposite of yes
lead – metal
led - was the leader
lessen – make smaller
lesson - class
loan - lend
lone - solitary
made – past form of make
maid - servant
mail - postage
male – opposite of female
marry – to wed
merry – very happy
meat – animal protein
meet - to be in the same place
none – not any
nun – woman who takes special vows
oar – boat paddle
or - introduces an alternative
ore - mineral
oh – expression of surprise or awe
owe – be obligated
one – single
won – past form of win
overdo – do too much
overdue – past due date
pail – bucket
pale – not bright
pain - hurt

Most Important English Vocabulary Part - II

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