Master Wordlist C2

Master Wordlist C2


Sr No. Word शब्द Meaning Example
557 chary सावधान cautious; sparing or restrained
about giving
A prudent, thrifty New
Englander, DeWitt was as chary of investing money in junk bonds as he was
chary of paying people unnecessary compliments.
558 chase पीछा ornament a metal surface by
indenting
With his hammer, he carefully
chased an intricate design onto the surface of the chalice.
559 chasm खाई abyss They could not see the bottom of
the chasm.
560 chassis हवाई जहाज़ के पहिये framework and working parts of
an automobile
Examining the car after the
accident, the owner discovered that the body had been ruined but that the
chassis was unharmed.
561 chaste पवित्र pure Her chaste and decorous garb was
appropriately selected for the solemnity of the occasion.
562 chasten दंड देना discipline; punish in order to
correct
Whom God loves, God chastens.
563 chastise दंड देना punish I must chastise you for this
offense.
564 chauvinist अंधराष्ट्रीवादी blindly devoted patriot A chauvinist cannot recognize
any faults in his country, no matter how flagrant they may be.
565 check चेक stop motion; curb or restrain Thrusting out her arm, Grandma
checked Bobby's lunge at his sister. "Young man," she said,
"you'd better check your temper."
566 checkered विविध marked by changes in fortune During his checkered career he
had lived in palatial mansions and in dreary boardinghouses.
567 cherubic चेस्र्ब सा angelic; innocent-looking With her cheerful smile and rosy
cheeks, she was a particularly cherubic child.
568 chicanery झूठा इलज़ाम trickery Your deceitful tactics in this
case are indications of chicanery.
569 chide डांटना scold Grandma began to chide Steven
for his lying.
570 chimerical असाध्य fantastic; highly imaginative Poe's chimerical stories are
sometimes too morbid for reading in bed.
571 chivalrous राजपूत का courteous; faithful; brave chivalrous behavior involves
noble words and good deeds.
572 choleric चिड़चिड़ा hot-tempered His flushed, angry face
indicated a choleric nature.
573 choreography नृत्यकला art of dancing Martha Graham introduced a form
of choreography that seemed awkward and alien to those who had been brought
up on classic ballet.
574 chronic जीर्ण long established, as a disease The doctors were finally able to
attribute his chronic headaches and nausea to traces of formaldehyde gas in
his apartment.
575 chronicle इतिवृत्त report; record (in chronological
order)
The gossip columnist was paid to
chronicle the latest escapades of the socially prominent celebrities.
576 churlish अक्खड़ boorish; rude Dismayed by his churlish manners
at the party, the girls vowed never to invite him again.
577 ciliated रोमक having minute hairs The paramecium is a ciliated,
one-celled animal.
578 cipher सिफ़र nonentity; worthless person or
thing
She claimed her ex-husband was a
total cipher and wondered why she had ever married him.
579 cipher सिफ़र secret code Lacking his code book, the spy
was unable to decode the message sent to him in cipher.
580 circlet चूड़ी small ring; band This tiny circlet is very costly
because it is set with precious stones.
581 circuitous चक्करदार roundabout Because of the traffic
congestion on the main highways, she took a circuitous route.
582 circumlocution कपटपूर्ण बातें indirect or roundabout
expression
He was afraid to call spade a
spade and resorted to circumlocutions to avoid direct reference to his
subject.
583 circumscribe प्रतिबंध लगाना limit; confine Although I do not wish to
circumscribe your activities, I must insist that you complete this assignment
before you start anything else.
584 circumspect चौकस prudent; cautious Investigating before acting, she
tried always to be circumspect.
585 circumvent दरकिनार outwit; baffle In order to circumvent the
enemy, we will make two preliminary attacks in other sections before starting
our major campaign.
586 citadel गढ़ fortress The citadel overlooked the city
like a protecting angel.
587 cite अदालत में तलब करना quote; commend She could cite passages in the
Bible from memory.
588 civil नागरिक having to do with citizens or
the state; courteous and polite
Although internal Revenue
Service agents are civil servants, they are not always civil to suspected tax
evaders.
589 clairvoyant भेदक having foresight; fortuneteller Cassandra's clairvoyant warning
was not heeded by the Trojans.
590 clamber संघर्ष climb by crawling She clambered over the wall.
591 clamor कोलाहल noise The clamor of the children at
play outside made it impossible for her to take a nap.
592 clandestine गुप्त secret After avoiding their chaperon,
the lovers had a clandestine meeting.
593 clangor clangor loud, resounding noise The blacksmith was accustomed to
the clangor of hammers on steel.
594 clapper घंटे का लटकन striker (tongue) of a bell Wishing to be undisturbed by the
bell, Dale wound his scarf around the clapper to muffle its striking.
595 clarion बिगुल shrill, trumpetlike sound We woke to the clarion to muffle
its striking.
596 claustrophobia क्लौस्ट्रफ़ोबिया fear of being locked in His fellow classmates laughed at
his claustrophobia and often threatened to lock him in his room.
597 clavicle हंसली collarbone Even though he wore shoulder
pads, the football player broke his clavicle during a practice scrimmage.
598 cleave फोड़ना split asunder The lightening cleaves the tree
in two.
599 cleft फांक split Erosion caused a cleft in the
huge boulder.
600 clemency दया disposition ot be lenient;
mildness, as of the weather
The lawyer was pleased when the
case was sent to Judge Smith's chambers because Smith was noted for her
clemency toward first offenders.
601 cliche क्लीषे phrase culled in meaning by
repetition
High school compositions are
often marred by such cliches as "strong as an ox."
602 clientele ग्राहक body of customers The rock club attracted a young,
stylish clientele.
603 climactic चरम relating to the highest point When he reached the climactic
portions of the book, he could not stop reading.
604 clime जलवायु region; climate His doctors advised him to move
to a milder clime.
605 clique गिरोह small, exclusive group She charged that a clique had
assumed control of school affairs.
606 cloister मठ monastery or convent The nuns lived in the cloister.
607 clout रसूख great influence (especially
political or social)
Gatsby wondered whether he had
enough clout to be admitted to the exclusive club.
608 cloying cloying distasteful (because excessive);
excessively sweet or sentimental
Disliking the cloying sweetness
of standard wedding cakes, Jody and Tom chose a homemade carrot cake for
their reception.
609 coagulate जमना thicken; congeal; clot Even after you remove the
pudding from the burner, it will continue to coagulate as it stands.
610 coalesce संगठित होना combine; fuse The brooks coalesce into one
large river.
611 coda कोडा concluding section of a musical
or literary composition
The piece concluded with a
distinctive coda that strikingly brought together various motifs.
612 coddle लाड़ प्यार करना treat gently; pamper Don't coddle the children to
much; they need a taste of discipline.
613 codicil उपदित्सा supplement to the body of a will This codicil was drawn up five
years after the writing of the original will.
614 codify सांकेतिक शब्दों में बदलना arrange (laws, rules) as a code;
classify
We need to take the varying
rules and regulations of the different health agencies and codify them into a
national health code.
615 coercion बलात्कार use of force They forced him to obey, but
only by great coercion.
616 coeval समवयस्क living at the same time as;
contemporary
coeval with the dinosaur, the
pterodactyl flourished during the Mesozoic era.
617 cog दांत tooth projecting from a wheel A bicycle chain moves through a
series of cogs in order to propel the bike.
618 cogent ठोस convincing She presented cogent arguments
to the jury.
619 cogitate सोचना think over cogitate on this problem; the
solution will come.
620 cognate आत्मीय related linguistically; allied
by blood; similar or akin in nature
The English word
"mother" cognate to the Latin word "mater," whose
influence is visible in the words "maternal" and
"maternity."
621 cognitive संज्ञानात्मक having to do with knowing or
perceiving related to the mental precesses
Though Jack was emotionally
immature, his cognitive development was admirable; he was very advanced
intellectually.
622 cognizance हस्तक्षेप knowledge During the election campaign,
the two candidates were kept in full cognizance of the international
situation.
623 cohere गुथना stick together Solids have a greater tendency
to cohere than liquids.
624 cohesion एकजुटता tendency to keep together A firm believer in the maxim
"Divide and conquer," the emperor, by lies and trickery, sought to
disrupt the cohesion ofthe free nations.
625 cohorts साथियों armed band Caesar and his Roman cohorts
conquered almost all of the known world.
626 coiffure बाल बनाने का प्रकार hairstyle You can make a statement with
your choice of coiffure: in the 60's many African-Americans affirmed their
racial heritage by wearing their hair in Afros.
627 coincident मुनासिब occurring at the same time Some people find the coincident
events in Hardy's novels annoyingly improbable.
628 colander कोलंडर utensil with perforated bottom
used for straining
Before serving the spaghetti,
place it in a colander to drain it.
629 collaborate सहयोग work together Two writers collaborated in
preparing this book.
630 collage महाविद्यालय work of art put together from
fragments
Scraps of cloth, paper doilies,
and old photographs all went into her collage.
631 collate मुक़ाबला करना examine in order to verify
authenticity; arrange in order
They collated the newly found
manuscripts to determine their age.
632 collateral सहायक security given for loan The sum you wish to borrow is so
large that it must be secured by collateral.
633 collation मिलान a light meal Tea sandwiches and cookies were
offered at the collation.
634 colloquial बोल-चाल का pertaining to conversational or
common speech
Your use of colloquial
expressions in a formal essay such as the one you have presented spoils the
effect you hope to achieve.
635 colloquy आम बोलचाल informal discussion I enjoy our colloquies but I
sometimes wish that they could be made more formal and more searching.
636 collusion मिलीभगत conspiring in a fraudulent
scheme
The swindlers were found guilty
of collusion.
637 colossal भारी huge Radio City Music Hall has a
colossal stage.
638 colossus प्रकांड व्यक्ति gigantic statue The legendary Colossus of
Rhodes, bronze statue of the sun god that dominated the harbor of the Greek
seaport, was one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
639 comatose अचैतन्य का in a coma; extremely sleepy The long-winded orator soon had
his audience in a comatose state.
640 combustible दहनशील easily burned After the recent outbreak of
fires in private homes, the fire commissioner ordered that all combustible
materials be kept in safe containers.
641 comely सुदर्शन attractive; agreeable I would rather have a poor and
comely wife than a rich and homely one.
642 comestible खाद्य something fit to be eaten The roast turkey and other
comestibles, the wines, and the excellent service made this Thanksgiving
dinner particularly memorable.
643 comeuppance फटकारना rebuke; deserts After his earlier rudeness, we
were delighted to see him get his comeuppance.
644 comity शिष्टाचार courtesy; civility A spirit of comity should exist
among nations.
645 commandeer किलेवार to draft for military purposes;
to take for public use
The policeman commandeered the
first car that approached and ordered the driver to go to the nearest
hospital.
646 commemorative स्मरणीय remembering; honoring The new commemorative stamp
honors the late Martin Luther King, Jr.
647 commensurate अनुरूप equal in extent Your reward will be commensurate
with your effort.
648 commiserate सहानुभूति प्रकट करना feel or express pity or sympathy
for
Her friends commiserated with
the widow.
649 commodious विस्तृत spacious and comfortable After sleeping in a small
roadside cabins, they found their hotel suite commodious.
650 communal सांप्रदायिक held in common; of a group of
people
When they were divorced, they
had trouble dividing their communal property.
651 compact सघन agreement; contract The signers of the Mayflower
Compact were establishing a form of government.
652 compact सघन tightly packed; firm; brief His short, compact body was
better suited to wrestling than to basketball.
653 compatible संगत harmonious; in harmony with They were compatible neighbors,
never quarreling over unimportant matters.
654 compelling सम्मोहक overpowering; irresistible in
effect
The prosecutor presented a
well-reasoned case, but the defense attorney's compelling arguments for
leniency won over the jury.
655 compendium सारांश brief, comprehensive summary This text can serve as a
compendium of the tremendous amount of new material being developed in this
field.
656 compensatory प्रतिपूरक making up for; repaying Can a compensatory education
program make up for the inadequate schooling he received in earlier years?


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