Master Wordlist C4

Master Wordlist C4


Sr No. Word शब्द Meaning Example
759 conversant दक्ष familiar with The lawyer is conversant with all the evidence.
760 converse उलटा opposite The inevitable converse of peace is not war but annihilation.
761 convert बदलना one who has adopted a different religion or opinion On his trip to Japan, though the President spoke at length about the merits of American automobiles, he made few converts to his beliefs.
762 convex उत्तल curving outward He polished the convex lens of his telescope.
763 conveyance वाहन vehicle; transfer During the transit strike, commuters used various kinds of conveyances.
764 conviction दोषसिद्धि strongly held belief Nothing could shake his conviction that she was innocent.
765 convivial खुशनुमा festive; gay; characterized by joviality The convivial celebrators of the victory sang their college songs.
766 convoke समाह्वान करना call together Congress was convoked at the outbreak of the emergency.
767 convoluted जटिल coiled around; involved; intricate His argument was so convoluted that few of us could follow a it intelligently.
768 copious प्रचुर plentiful She had copious reasons for rejecting the proposal.
769 coquette नखरा दिखाना flirt Because she refused to give him an answer to his proposal of marriage, he called her a coquette.
770 cordial हार्दिक gracious; heartfelt Our hosts greeted us at the airport with a cordial welcome and a hearty hug.
771 cordon घेरा extended line of men or fortifications to prevent access or egress The police cordon was so tight that the criminals could not leave the area.
772 cornice कंगनी projecting molding on building (usually above columns) Because the stones forming the cornice had been loosened by the storms, the police closed the building until repairs could be made.
773 cornucopia cornucopia horn overflowing wiht fruit and grain; symbol of abundance The encyclopedia salesman claimed the new edition was a veritable cornucopia of information, an inexhaustible source of knowledge for the entire family.
774 corollary परिणाम consequence; accompaniment Brotherly love is a complex emotion, with a sibling rivalry its natural corollary.
775 corporeal मूर्त bodily; material He was not a churchgoer; he was interested only in corporeal matters.
776 corpulent चर्बीयुक्त very fat The corpulent man resolved to reduce.
777 correlation सह-संबंध mutual relationship He sought to determine the correlation that existed between ability in algebra and ability to interpret reading exercises.
778 corroborate मंडित कतना confirm Unless we find a witness to corroborate your evidence, it will not stand up in court.
779 corrosive संक्षारक eating away by chemicals or disease Stainless steel is able to withstand the effects of corrosive chemicals.
780 corrugated नालीदार wrinkled; ridged She wished she could smooth away the wrinkles from his corrugated brow.
781 cosmic ब्रह्मांडीय pertaining to the universe; vast cosmic rays derive their name from the fact that they bombard the earth's atmosphere from outer space.
782 coterie मंडली group that meets socially; select circle After his book had been published, he was invited to join the literary coteri that lunched daily at the hotel.
783 countenance मुखाकृति approve; tolerate He refused to countenance such rude behavior on their part.
784 countenance मुखाकृति face Whe Jose saw his newborn daughter, a proud smile spread across his countenance.
785 countermand countermand cancel; revoke The general countermand the orders issued in his absence.
786 counterpart समकक्ष a thing that completes another; things very much alike Night and day are counterparts.
787 coup तख्तापलट highly successful action or sudden attack As the news of his coup spread throughout Wall Street, his fellow brokers dropped by to congratulate him.
788 couple युगल join; unite The Flying Karamazovs couple expert juggling and amateur joking in their nightclub act.
789 courier संदेशवाहक messenger The publisher sent a special courier to pick up the manuscript.
790 covenant वाचा agreement We must comply with the terms of the covenant.
791 covert प्रच्छन्न secret; hidden; implied She could understand the covert threat in the letter.
792 covetous लोभी avaricious; eagerly desirous of The child was covetous by nature and wanted to take the toys belonging to his classmates.
793 cow गाय terrorize; intimidate The little boy was so cowed by the hulking bully that he gave up his lunch money without a word of protest.
794 cower cower shrink quivering, as from fear The frightened child cowered in the corner of the room.
795 coy विनीत shy; modest; coquettish She was coy in her answers to his offer.
796 cozen मूंड़ना cheat; hoodwink; swindle He was the kind of individual who would cozen his friends in a cheap card game but remain eminently ethical in all his business dealings.
797 crabbed crabbed sour; peevish The children avoided the crabbed old man because he scolded them when they made noise.
798 crass मूर्ख very unrefined; grossly insensible The philosophers deplored the crass commercialism.
799 craven डरपोक cowardly When he saw the enemy troops advancing, he had a craven impulse to run for his life.
800 credence प्रत्यय belief Do not place any credence in his promises.
801 credo मूलमंत्र creed I believe we may best describe his credo by saying that it approximates the Goldren Rule.
802 credulity भोलापन belief on slight evidence The witch doctor took advantage of the credulity of the superstitious natives.
803 creed पंथ system of religious or ethical belief In any loyal American's creed, love of democracy must be emphasized.
804 crescendo तेज increase in the volume or intensity, as in a musical passage; climax The overture suddenly changed from a quiet pastoral theme to a crescendo featuring blaring trumpets and clashing cymbols.
805 crestfallen crestfallen dejected; dispirited We were surprised at his reaction to the failure of his project; instead of being crestfallen, he was busily engaged in planning new activities.
806 crevice दरार crack; fissure The mountain climbers found footholds in the tiny crevices in the mountainside.
807 cringe चापलूसी shrink back, as if in fear The dog cringed, expecting a blow.
808 criteria मानदंड standards used in judging What criteria did you use when you selected this essay as the prize winner?
809 crone Crone hag The toothless crone frightened us when she smiled.
810 crotchety सनकी eccentric; whimsical Although he was reputed to be a crochety old gentleman, I found his ideas substantially sound and sensible.
811 crux जड़ crucial point This is the crux of the entire problem.
812 crypt तहखाना secret recess or vault usually used for burial Until recently only bodies of rulers and leading statesmen were interred in this crypt.
813 cryptic गुप्त mysterious; hidden; secret His cryptic remarks could not be interpreted.
814 cubicle क्यूबिकल small chamberused for sleeping After his many hours of intensive study in the library he retired to his cubicle.
815 cuisine भोजन style of cooking French cuisine is noted for its use of sauces and wines.
816 culinary पाक relating to cooking Many chefs attribute their culinary skill to the wise use of spices.
817 cull चुनना pick out; reject Every month the farmer culls the nonplaying hens from his flock and sells them to the local butcher.
818 culmination परिणति attainment of highest point His inauguration as President of the United States marked the culmination of his political career.
819 culpable सदोष deserving blame Corrupt politicians who condone the activities of the gamblers are equally culpable.
820 culvert पुलिया artificial channel for water If we build a culvert under the road at this point, we will reduce the possibility of the road at this point, we will reduce the possibility of the road's being flooded during the rainy season.
821 cumbersome बोझिल heavy; hard to manage He was burdened down with cumbersome parcels.
822 cumulative संचयी growing by addition Vocabulary building is a cumulative process: as you go through your flash cards, you will add new words to your vocabulary, one by one.
823 cupidity अर्थलिप्सा greed The defeated people could not satisfy the cupidity of the conquerors, who demanded excessive tribute.
824 curator क्यूरेटर superintendent; manager The members of the board of trustees of the museum expected the new curator to plan events and exhibitions that would make the museum more popular.
825 curmudgeon कृपण churlish, miserly individual Although he was regarded by many as a curmudgeon, a few of us were aware of the many kindnesses and acts of charity that he secretly performed.
826 cursive घसीट flowing, running In normal writing we run our letters together in cursive form; in printing, we separate the letters.
827 cursory सतही casual; hastily done A cursory examination of the ruins indicates the possibility of arson; a more extensive study should be undertaken.
828 curtail घटाना shorten; reduce During the coal shortage, we must curtail our use of this vital commodity.
829 cynical निंदक skeptical or distrustful of human motives cynical at all times, he was suspicious of all altruistic actions of others.
830 cynosure ऋक्ष object of general attention As soon as the movie star entered the room, she became the cynosure of all eyes.


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