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Given below is a list of words placed in alphabetical order. Each word is followed by a few of its synonyms. Note these words whenever you come across them. You should be familiar with most of the words for which synonyms are given if you have done all the exercises till this point thoroughly. So, this list will be giving you synonyms for the words which you know. Thus learning will be easier.


Words Starting with J, K and L


JadedTired, weary
Jargoncant, technical language, gibberish
JocoseJocular, humorous
JocularInclined to joke.
JovialMerry.
JudiciousPrudent.
JuxtapositionCloseness, nearness
KioskStand (open on one side), booth
KneadWork up (into dough), press, squeeze
LacerateTear (tissue toughly), mangle
LachrymoseGiven to shedding tears.
LackadaisicalListless.
Laconic(Briskly) Short, concise, pithy
LanguidListless, spiritless
LanguishDie (with hunger or desire), weaken, droop
LasciviousLustful.
LassitudeWeariness, tiredness
LatentHidden, concealed
LaudablePraiseworthy.
LegacyA bequest.
LegitimateGenuine, lawful
LevityFrivolity.
LibelDefamation.
LicentiousWanton.
LitheSupple.
LoquaciousTalkative.
LustrousShining.

Words Starting with M and N


MalaiseA condition of uneasiness or ill-being.
MalevolenceIll will.
MalleablePliant.
MawkishSickening or insipid.
MellifluousSweetly or smoothly flowing.
MendaciousUntrue.
MendicantA beggar.
MesmerizeTo hypnotize.
MeticulousOver-cautious.
MettleCourage.
MienThe external appearance or manner of a person.
ModerationTemperance.
ModicumA small or token amount.
MollifyTo soothe.
MordantBiting.
MoribundOn the point of dying.
MoroseGloomy.
MultifariousHaving great diversity or variety.
MundaneWorldly, as opposed to spiritual or celestial.
MunificentExtraordinarily generous.
MyriadA vast indefinite number.
NadirThe lowest point.
NefariousWicked in the extreme.
NegligentApt to omit what ought to be done.
NeophyteHaving the character of a beginner.
NoxiousHurtful.
NugatoryHaving no power or force.

Words Starting with O


ObdurateImpassive to feelings of humanity or pity.
ObfuscateTo darken; to obscure.
ObliqueSlanting; said of lines.
ObstreperousBoisterous.
OdiousHateful.
OdiumA feeling of extreme repugnance, or of dislike and disgust.
OminousPortentous.
OnerousBurdensome or oppressive.
OnusA burden or responsibility.

Words Starting with P


PalateThe roof of the mouth.
PalatialMagnificent.
PalliateTo cause to appear less guilty.
PalpablePerceptible by feeling or touch.
PanoplyA full set of armor.
ParagonA model of excellence.
PariahA member of a degraded class; a social outcast.
ParoxysmA sudden outburst (of any kind of activity).
PaucityFewness.
PellucidTranslucent.
PenchantA bias in favor of something.
PenuriousExcessively sparing in the use of money.
PenuryIndigence.
PeremptoryPrecluding question or appeal.
PerfidyTreachery.
PerfunctoryHalf-hearted.
PeripateticWalking about.
PerjuryA solemn assertion of a falsity.
PermeateTo pervade.
PerniciousTending to kill or hurt.
PersiflageBanter.
PerspicacityAcuteness or discernment.
PerturbationMental excitement or confusion.
PetulantDisplaying impatience.
PhlegmaticNot easily roused to feeling or action.
PiqueTo excite a slight degree of anger in.
PleaAn argument (to obtain some desired action).
PlenaryEntire.
PlethoraExcess; superabundance.
PoignantSeverely painful or acute to the spirit.
PolyglotSpeaking several tongues.
PonderousUnusually weighty or forcible.
PortentAnything that indicates what is to happen.
PragmaticPractical(values), empirical
PrecariousCritical, dangerous
PrecludeTo prevent.
PrecociousAdvanced (in development), overforward, premature
PredilectionPreference, partiality, inclination
PredominateTo be chief in importance, quantity, or degree.
Preposterous(Very) Absurd, ridiculous
Prerogative(Special) Right, privilege
PresageTo foretell.
PrescienceKnowledge of events before they take place.
PreternaturalExtraordinary.
PrimStiffly proper.
PristinePrimitive.
ProbityVirtue or integrity tested and confirmed.
ProclivityA natural inclination.
ProcrastinationDelay.
ProdigiousLarge, immense
ProfligateImmoral, wanton, reckless, dissolute, licentious
ProfuseProduced or displayed in overabundance.
ProlixVerbose.
PromiscuousIndiscriminate, impure, casual
PropinquityNearness, proximity
PropitiousKindly disposed.
ProsaicUnimaginative.
ProtagonistLeading character), hero(ine)
ProvidentialFortunate, lucky
PrudenceCaution.
PuerileChildish.
PugnaciousQuarrelsome.
PuissantPowerful, influential, mighty
PunctiliousExact (in formalities), ceremonious, conscientious
PungencyThe quality of affecting the sense of smell.
PusillanimousWithout spirit or bravery.
PutrefyDecay, rot, decompose
PyreA heap of combustibles arranged for burning a dead body.

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