ENGLISH VOCAB. WITH EXPLANATION

  1.    WORD : ASSUAGE
Meaning: If you assuage an unpleasant feeling that someone has, you make them feel in less strongly.
Example: To assuage his wife’s grief, he took her on a tour of Europe.

2.    WORD: JETTISONS
Meaning: If you jettison something, for example an idea or a plan, you deliberately reject it or decide not to use it .
Example: The Government seems to have jettisoned the plan.

3.    WORD: CRAVEN
Synonyms: Cowardly
Meaning: Someone who is craven is very cowardly.
Example: They condemned the deal as a craven surrender.

4.    WORD: PETULANT
Synonyms: fractious, irritable, cranky
Explanation: Petulant to describe a person or behavior that is irritable in a childish way.

5.    WORD: MITE
Explanation: Mite is one of many words for a very small amount, like a bit and a jot. A mite is teeny-weeny and itty-bitty. It's not much at all.

6.    WORD: TENACIOUS
Explanation: Use tenacious to mean "not easily letting go or giving up," like a clingy child who has a tenacious grip on his mother's hand.

7.    WORD: FROLIC
Meaning: When people or animals frolic, they play or move in a lively, happy way.
Example: lambs frolicking in the fields.

8.    WORD: GRAFT
Meaning: In politics, graft is used to refer to the activity of using power or authority to obtain money dishonestly.
Example: another politician accused of graft.

9.    WORD:REITERATED
Meaning: If you reiterate something, you say it again, usually in order to emphasize it.
Example: He reiterated his opposition to the creation of a central bank

10.  WORD: VERACITY
Meaning: Veracity is the quality of being true or the habit of telling the truth.
Example: We have total confidence in the veracity of our research.