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1 Aardvark ആർഡ്‌വാർക്ക് a large, long-eared nocturnal animal that uses its long tongue to eat ants and termites The long-eared aardvark slept all day and ate insects all night.
2 Abaft അബാഫ്റ്റ് toward the stern; behind The wind was abaft which made the ship glide faster towards our destination.
3 Abandon ഉപേക്ഷിക്കുക to stop caring and leave or to desert Since the young girl was unable to care for the newborn, she decided to abandon the child at a fire station.
4 Abase അവഹേളനം to lower so as to hurt feelings My stepmother is an evil woman who likes to abase little children because she had a miserable childhood herself.
5 Abaser അബസർ someone who degrades or lowers someone After the abaser would make fun of her daughter-in-law’s cooking, she would then continue to talk bad about the young woman’s appearance as well.
6 Abash ആബാഷ് to humiliate someone and make them feel embarrassed or ashamed The officer tried to abash the inmates, humiliating them and treating them like dogs.
7 Abate കുറയ്ക്കുക to reduce in degree or intensity I hope this medicine will abate the pain in my leg.
8 Abatement കുറയ്ക്കൽ reduction or weakening or something Natalie longed for the abatement of the screaming rock music from her brother’s band so she could focus on her homework.
9 Abattoir അറവുശാല a place where animals are taken to slaughter Although many farmers own cattle, they don’t slaughter the animals on site but send them to an abattoir.
10 Abbess അബ്ബസ് the female superior of a community of nuns An Abbess is the female leader of a small community of nuns.
11 Abbreviate ചുരുക്കുക to shorten a word or phrase Learning to abbreviate long words will help the court reporter type more quickly.
12 Abdicate ഉപേക്ഷിക്കുക to stop accepting a particular responsibility or obligation that you have The young prince became king after his older brother decided to abdicate the throne.
13 Abdominal വയറുവേദന related to the abdomen/stomach, or the part between the thorax and the pelvis My severe abdominal pains sent me to the hospital where I learned that it was nothing more than trapped gas.
14 Abduct തട്ടിക്കൊണ്ടുപോകൽ to grab an individual by trickery or force The kidnappers planned to abduct the millionaire’s daughter.
15 Abecedarian അബെസിഡേറിയൻ alphabetical We decided to organize the files in an abecedarian manner so we could find what we were looking for by name more easily.
16 Aberrant വ്യതിചലനം straying from the normal or right way John’s aberrant behavior is going to get him in a lot of trouble one of these days.
17 Aberration അപഭ്രംശം deviating from what is normal or desirable, not typical Shelley’s angry retort was an aberration from her normally quiet demeanor.
18 Abet അബെറ്റ് to encourage or support a behavior or action The photo editing software is sure to abet my odds of winning the photo competition.
19 Abeyance നിരാകരണം a state of temporary disuse or suspension Immediately following the terrorist attack, pilots had to observe a period of abeyance where they could not depart from the airport.
20 Abhor വെറുപ്പ് to reject something very strongly; hate I abhor liars.
21 Abhorrence വെറുപ്പ് a strong feeling of hate paired with a feeling of loathing My abhorrence of racism makes me avoid people with racist attitudes.
22 Abhorrent വെറുപ്പുളവാക്കുന്ന causing or deserving strong dislike or hatred As I looked around the filthy apartment, I had to wonder who could live in such abhorrent conditions.
23 Ability കഴിവ് the skill or capability to do something The Flash has the ability to run faster than the speed of light.
24 Abiotic അജിയോട്ടിക് abiotic means something that is sterile; not from living organisms Unlike alive biotic organisms, abiotic factors are nonliving.
25 Abject നികൃഷ്ടമായ cast down in spirit or hope After his wife died, he was an abject man.
26 Abjure ഒഴിവാക്കുക to give up a belief or an activity After the tyrant took over the country, the citizens had to abjure their political beliefs.
27 Ablaze ജ്വലിച്ചു burning fiercely; in a blaze; on fire The cops threw Jack to the ground and arrested him after he set the American flag ablaze.
28 Able-bodied കഴിവുള്ളവൻ physically strong and healthy If you are not injured or sick, you can generally be considered an able-bodied individual capable of physical exertion.
29 Able കഴിവുള്ള having the capability of doing something Being a healthy young man, I am perfectly able to engage in manual labor, no matter what kind of physical stress that includes.
30 Ablution വുദു the act of washing or cleansing Sylvia has a rare condition that makes her break out in a rash if she gets water on her skin, so her morning ablution consists of using cleansing cream and tissue.
31 Abnegation നിരാകരണം the act of rejecting or refusing something  Her abnegation of ice cream and cookies is due to her Olympic team training.
32 Abnormal അസാധാരണം out of the ordinary; unusual William worried that his abnormal bleeding was a symptom of cancer.
33 Abnormality അസാധാരണത്വം a feature that is not normal or average Albinism is an abnormality in the pigmentation of one’s body, making them so pale as to appear white.
34 Aboard കപ്പലിൽ on board, into or within a ship or boat The stewardess welcomed everyone aboard and asked us to pay attention to what she had to say.
35 Abolish ഇല്ലാതാക്കുക to put an end to The Supreme Court believed it was time to abolish the outdated amendment.
36 Abolition നിർത്തലാക്കൽ the action of putting an end to something The abolition of smoking in restaurants is a blessing to people like myself who suffer from allergies and asthma.
37 Abolitionist ഉന്മൂലനവാദി one who supports the elimination of practices or laws that are viewed as dangerous The abolitionist is recruiting like-minded people who share her opposition to the pro-abortion laws.
38 Abominable മ്ലേച്ഛമായ horrible; terrible Last year’s record final record was abominable and we finished the season with no wings.
39 Abominate വെറുപ്പുളവാക്കുക to despise intensely Since I abominate liver, I will starve to death before I eat it.
40 Abomination മ്ലേച്ഛത something that is hated The marketing team thought the new ad to be an abomination and worked hard to come up with one they didn’t hate.
41 Aboriginal ആദിവാസികൾ associated with being part of the original population; native The Indian tribe’s aboriginal dialect has been replaced by the English language.
42 Abort ഉപേക്ഷിക്കുക to stop something from happening any longer; to discontinue The law allows women to abort an early-stage pregnancy.
43 Abound ധാരാളം available in large quantity or number At the beginning of the school year, computer deals abound on the Internet.
44 Above മുകളിൽ overhead or directly over the head As the children heard the airplane, they looked above to see the big Boeing 747 flying within inches of the treetops.
45 Above മുകളിൽ at a higher layer or level than something else If you look above you while outside, you will almost certainly spot clouds, the sun, or the moon, though in some cases you might not see them at all.
46 Abraded ക്ഷയിച്ചു to produce damage or irritation by scraping, rubbing, or crushing The wool blanket abraded my legs and gave me a rash.
47 Abrasion അബ്രേഷൻ a spot or area that has been scraped or harshly rubbed When the little boy fell off his bike, his only injury was a small abrasion on his right leg.
48 Abrasive ഉരച്ചിലുകൾ unlikeable; nasty Because of Kurt’s abrasive personality, most people try to avoid him at work.
49 Abreast അടുത്ത് remaining up to date on a topic To stay relevant in the field of computer programming, Kurt must stay abreast of the latest programming languages.
50 Abridge ഒരു പാലം to make shorter His agent told him that he needed to abridge some of the content of his novel so that it would be under 400 pages.
51 Abroad വിദേശത്ത് in foreign countries His plan is to get a degree in economics and then work abroad for a year.
52 Abrogate റദ്ദാക്കുക to abolish; to do away with You cannot abrogate anyone’s right to free speech!
53 Abrupt പെട്ടെന്നുള്ള without notice; sudden The bus came to an abrupt halt outside the school.
54 Abruption ഒഴിവാക്കൽ a sudden breaking away During Tara’s pregnancy, placental abruption occurred when the placenta pulled away from the uterine wall.
55 Abscess കുരു cavity filled with pus A tame rabbit was brought in with a large abscess about the size of an egg on its cheek.
56 Abscission അബ്സിഷൻ the natural shedding of parts of a plant Abscission of leaves occurs during autumn, before winter sets in.
57 Abscond ഒളിവിൽ escape into hiding; to leave quickly and hide to avoid punishment Do you think he has plans to abscond with the stolen money?
58 Absence അഭാവം being gone from a place or person She felt his absence like a gaping hole in her chest that was too painful to ignore.
59 Absent-minded അസാന്നിദ്ധ്യം describes a person who is forgetful or constantly distracted The absent-minded professor was always forgetting an ingredient or two in his experiments.
60 Absent ഹാജരാകുന്നില്ല not present; not in a place one is expected to be The absent father never came to his kids’ school events or picked them up for a weekend visit.
61 Absenteeism ഹാജരാകാതിരിക്കൽ the practice of missing school or work without good reason The student’s absenteeism has caused him to miss a lot of work.
62 Absolute സമ്പൂർണ്ണ complete or total, undisputable The fact that two plus two equals four is absolute in mathematics, and cannot ever be disputed with any logical argument.
63 Absolutely തികച്ചും with no limitation, restriction, or caveat My cousin is absolutely convinced that there are aliens out there, even though we have no concrete evidence to back up such a notion.
64 Absolution പാപമോചനം setting free from guilt, sin or penalty; forgiveness of an offense The killer got on his knees and begged for absolution at his execution.
65 Absolve ഒഴിവാക്കുക to make (someone) free from guilt, responsibility, etc. The jury’s innocent verdict appears to absolve the defendant of any guilt.
66 Absorb ആഗിരണം ചെയ്യുക to take in or soak up a substance A sponge will absorb any water it is placed in quite well, since it is porous and designed for exactly that purpose.
67 Absorption ആഗിരണം the act by which one substance takes in something or is taken in The paper towels are thick, and as such, have a heavy absorption rate.
68 Absquatulate അസംബന്ധം to depart hurriedly Before the thief could absquatulate with the diamonds, he was surrounded by police officers.
69 Abstain വിട്ടുനിൽക്കുക restrain oneself from doing or enjoying something Because of my health, I am going to abstain from the consumption of alcoholic beverages.
70 Abstemious ധിക്കാരം marked by moderation and holding back on indulgence Gerald was abstemious at dinner and only ate a little of the food on his plate.
71 Abstention വിട്ടുനിൽക്കൽ a decision to not vote for or against a proposition I decided to settle on an abstention when the family voted on where we should eat, as personally I didn’t care where we went.
72 Abstinence വർജ്ജനം the act of not taking part in something According to my religion, one should refrain from having sex and practice abstinence until marriage.
73 Abstract അമൂർത്തമായ being present as an idea but not in a definite form I cannot distinguish any defined shapes within the artist’s abstract painting.
74 Abstruse അബ്സ്ട്രസ് difficult to understand Some of the classic novels are too abstruse for beginning readers to understand.
75 Absurd അസംബന്ധം ridiculous, silly, foolish Spending the week in jail for stealing a loaf of bread is an absurd punishment for such a minor crime.
76 Absurdity അസംബന്ധം the quality of being ridiculous To believe that the earth is flat is an absurdity.
77 Abundance സമൃദ്ധി a large quantity; many We’re wishing you two an abundance of love and happiness.
78 Abuse ദുരുപയോഗം Improper treatment All abuse, whether physical, verbal, psychological or sexual, is bad.
79 Abuse ദുരുപയോഗം to treat a person or animal in a cruel or mean way Mean little Griffin used to abuse his dog by kicking and hitting him when his parents weren’t looking.
80 Abuse ദുരുപയോഗം to mistreat or misuse something The evil man would always abuse his dog, kicking and hitting the puppy for no reason.
81 Abusive ദുരുപയോഗം ചെയ്യുന്ന describing continuous violence or cruelty towards something or someone It is sad to think that many animals suffer at the hands of an abusive owner every day, being physically beaten or deprived of nutrition on a regular basis.
82 Abut അബൂട്ട് to touch or lean on The chair abuts the wall because it is missing a leg and cannot stand up otherwise, though sitting in it is still risky.
83 Abysmal അഗാധമായ very bad Since Troy did not study for the test, he earned an abysmal score on the exam.
84 Abyss അഗാധം an area that appears endless and immeasurable If you’re an alcoholic, the temptation to drink may seem like a huge abyss.
85 Academia അക്കാദമിയ the environment associated with researching, teaching, and learning at a college or university  Gail found the real world of business to be quite different from what she learned in academia.
86 Academic അക്കാദമിക് school-related; educational The academic magazine was full of tips for both teachers and students.
87 Academy അക്കാദമി a school or place of training in which some special art is taught The military academy trains up to 2,000 officer cadets each year.
88 Accede അംഗീകരിക്കുക to agree with someone or give in to his or her wish At your insistence and to avoid a prolonged argument, I will accede to your contract terms.
89 Accelerate ത്വരിതപ്പെടുത്തുക to increase the motion or growth It was fun to watch the racecar accelerate from zero to one hundred and fifty miles per hour.
90 Acceleration ത്വരണം an escalation in pace or speed With a little acceleration on my part, I should be able to catch up with the mailman’s truck.
91 Accent ഉച്ചാരണം a distinctive pronunciation of language often associated by nationality or culture If you ever meet someone from another country, you will likely note that they have an accent when they speak your language.
92 Accentuate ഊന്നിപ്പറയുക to highlight  The bright colored eyeliner will accentuate Ann’s beautiful eyes.
93 Accept സ്വീകരിക്കുക to agree to take or receive Cinderella tried to accept the prince’s invite to the ball, but her stepmother got in the way.
94 Acceptable സ്വീകാര്യമാണ് satisfactory; adequate Savannah’s grades were acceptable, but her parents had hoped she would score higher than average.
95 Acceptance സ്വീകാര്യത the act of taking/receiving something that is being offered Acceptance of the offer means we will be selling our house to the Jeffersons.
96 Accepting സ്വീകരിക്കുന്നു agreeing to take or receive something Accepting his assistant’s resignation was difficult for the attorney because he didn’t want her to leave.
97 Access പ്രവേശനം gain entrance to She could no longer access her bank account because there had been too many suspicious purchases.
98 Accessible ആക്സസ് ചെയ്യാവുന്നത് capable of being accessed The hotel offers accessible rooms for its handicapped guests.
99 Accessory ഉപസാധനം an article that completes one’s basic outfit, such as a scarf or gloves This silk scarf is the perfect accessory for stylish summer evenings.
100 Accident അപകടം unexpected event with negative consequences By accident he touched the hot metal, and yanked his hand away with a cry of pain.
101 Accidental ആകസ്മികം something happening unplanned or unforeseen Since the boy wasn’t looking, stepping on his friend’s foot was an accidental occurrence.
102 Acclaim പ്രശംസ public praise and applause Showered with acclaim, the dancer loved all of the praise she was getting from the crowd.
103 Acclamation പ്രശംസ loud praise or approval Debra’s staff works tirelessly and deserves every acclamation.
104 Acclimate ശീലമാക്കുക to adapt to a new place or different conditions When you go up into the mountains, allow yourself a little time for your lungs to acclimate to the high elevation.
105 Acclivity ആക്ലിവിറ്റി an upward slope We scrambled up the acclivity to view the setting sun.
106 Accolade ബഹുമതി an acknowledgement or an award When the police officer was offered the plaque, he refused to accept an accolade for doing his job.
107 Accommodate താമസിപ്പിക്കുക to fulfill a request or meet the needs of  When I told my manager I was going to school at night, he told me he would try and accommodate my preference to work on the day shift.
108 Accommodating ഉൾക്കൊള്ളുന്നു inclined to make happy or content The accommodating hostess made sure everyone had enough to eat at the party.
109 Accommodation താമസ സൗകര്യം a place for someone to live, stay, or work The only accommodation offered is a thin old mattress.
110 Accompanied ഒപ്പമുണ്ടായിരുന്നു joined by an item or a companion  The rain was accompanied by thunder and lightning.
111 Accompaniment അകമ്പടി  a thing which is provided as a supplement to something else The accompaniment of the violin really took the song to a new level of sophistication.
112 Accompany കൂടെപ്പോവുക to go along with something or someone According to the menu, a side salad and rolls will accompany the steak.
113 Accompanying അനുഗമിക്കൽ appearing or going along with someone or something else In next week’s newspaper, my article and accompanying photo will be printed.
114 Accomplice പങ്കാളി a person who helps another person perform a task that is usually criminal in nature The police are hoping the accomplice will lead them to the mastermind of the crime.
115 Accomplish നിറവേറ്റുക to achieve or complete something Even though I used to be pretty bad at mathematics, through hard work and dedication I was able to accomplish my goal of getting an A in the class as my final grade.
116 Accomplished സാധിച്ചു to have achieved or completed something successfully The committee met for several hours, but accomplished nothing because they argued the whole time.
117 Accomplishment നേട്ടം a goal or success that is achieved because of hard work Being the first one in my family to graduate from college is an accomplishment that I’m very proud of.
118 Accord കരാർ agreement or concurrence of opinion The entire table was in accord that mozzarella sticks would be the appetizer.
119 Accordance അനുസൃതം to be in compliance with something or someone The company refunded the customer’s money in accordance with their request based on the company’s money back guarantee.
120 Accordingly അതനുസരിച്ച് in a suitable way Once the payment is received, we will process your order accordingly.
121 Accosted കുറ്റപ്പെടുത്തി forcefully confronted When the man accosted me with a gun, I quickly handed over my purse.
122 Account അക്കൗണ്ട് a statement of facts or occurrences He gave a very vivid and often shocking account/description of his time in prison.
123 Accountability ഉത്തരവാദിത്തം the state of being accountable; responsible for Their lack of accountability has corroded public respect for business and political leaders.
124 Accountable അക്കൌണ്ടബിൾ held as liable for a person or thing The boy lied because he didn’t want to be held accountable for breaking his neighbor’s window.
125 Accounting അക്കൌണ്ടിംഗ് the system of recording and managing financial transactions and accounts The millionaire hired an accounting firm to take care of his financial accounts.
126 Accoutrement അക്കൌട്ട്രെമെന്റ് an accessory used in a specific situation or for a specific task The only accoutrement missing from my kitchen is a hand mixer.
127 Accredit അക്രഡിറ്റ് to bestow official approval upon  During the ceremony, the dean will accredit students who met the graduation requirements.
128 Accreditation അക്രഡിറ്റേഷൻ formal endorsement of a person, school program, or organization When the school lost its national accreditation, it saw its enrollment dramatically decline.
129 Accretion അക്രിഷൻ act of increasing by natural growth The accretion of traffic accidents and drunk driving was attributed to the opening of the new downtown mall.
130 Accrue ശേഖരിക്കുക increase Even though a traditional savings count will accrue a small amount of interest every year, other types of investments are better hedges against inflation.
131 Acculturation സംസ്കരണം a course by which a person’s or group’s culture is altered as a result of contact with another culture Many immigrants have forgotten their native cultures because of acculturation in their new countries.
132 Accumulate കുന്നുകൂടുക to pile up or collect I will accumulate wealth due to disciplined investing.
133 Accuracy കൃത്യത the state of being correct or precise The archer’s accuracy is spot on and he always hits his target.
134 Accurate കൃത്യമാണ് without mistakes Since you did not type in the accurate pin number, you cannot withdraw funds from the ATM.
135 Accurately കൃത്യമായി exactly, precisely It’s still not possible to accurately predict the occurrence of earthquakes.
136 Accusation ആരോപണം a charge or claim against someone in which they are accused of doing something wrong or illegal The defendant denied the accusation and held firm that he was not guilty.
137 Accusation ആരോപണം a charge or claim that someone has done something illegal or wrong An accusation of murder was made against the man, but there was no evidence to prove he killed his friend.
138 Accusatory കുറ്റപ്പെടുത്തൽ blaming a person or group for something My wife’s accusatory questions are starting to disrupt our marriage.
139 Accuse ബോധിപ്പിക്കുന്ന attribute blame to someone Due to Peter’s location at the time of the incident, the police would accuse him of being an accomplice to murder.
140 Accustom ശീലിക്കുക to make familiar by use I blinked repeatedly, trying to accustom my eyes to the bright light from the sun.
141 Acerb എസെർബ് sour, bitter, and sharp in taste The bitter lemon’s acerb taste caused the toddler to frown.
142 Acerbic അസെർബിക് expressing harsh or sharp criticism in a clever way After John heard his teacher’s acerbic comments, he was not motivated to complete his project.
143 Ache വേദന continious, but not strong pain The doctor was able to diagnose Mark’s illness based on the symptom being a sharp pain instead of a small ache in his head.
144 Achieve നേടിയെടുക്കാൻ to successfully get or accomplish I will achieve my goal through patience and diligence.
145 Achievement നേട്ടം a thing done successfully I consider it an achievement that I learned to control my spending.
146 Achromatic അക്രോമാറ്റിക് for something to be colorless usually with black, white and grays Since the house was newly built, it looked like nobody lived in it due to it achromatic walls and stark rooms.
147 Acidulous അമ്ലമായ harsh in manner or flavor The acidulous drink burned my tongue.
148 Acknowledge അംഗീകരിക്കുക to confirm or admit the truth about something The president will acknowledge the soldiers’ suspicious deaths during his address to the nation.
149 Acknowledgment അംഗീകാരം the act of recognizing or admitting the truth of something There is great acknowledgment in America that minimum wage levels are too low.
150 Acme അക്മി the highest peak that is reachable At her acme, the singer was making over thirty million dollars a year.
151 Acoustic അക്കോസ്റ്റിക് relating to sound or hearing Enjoying the sound of the acoustic guitar, the crowd nodded along and moved closer to the band.
152 Acquaint പരിചയപ്പെടുക to become at ease with The faculty mixer is the perfect time for you to acquaint yourself with your teachers.
153 Acquaintance പരിചയം a person one knows slightly but not well Ms. Smith was embarrassed that she didn’t know the name of the acquaintance who recognized her at the store.
154 Acquainted പരിചയപ്പെട്ടു familiar with a specific subject or person If you are acquainted with the hiring manager, I would love to give him a copy of my resume.
155 Acquiesce അംഗീകരിക്കുക to agree or express agreement While I did not want to go to the show with Laura, her begging eventually caused me to acquiesce.
156 Acquiescent അംഗീകരിക്കുന്ന willing to acquiesce, accept or agree to something without objection, protest or resistance More often than not, he possessed an acquiescent nature, which made it easy to work alongside him in combination with his quick thinking and street smarts.
157 Acquire ഏറ്റെടുക്കുക to obtain something You will need a great deal of money to acquire the valuable painting.
158 Acquisition കൈവശപ്പെടുത്തൽ the thing acquired or gained; a gain. Because he was marrying her, there would be an acquisition of all of her real estate.
159 Acquisitive അക്വിസിറ്റീവ് eager and capable of making acquisitions  While I am somewhat acquisitive and can afford to buy anything I want, I try to only purchase things I need.
160 Acquittal കുറ്റവിമുക്തമാക്കൽ a setting free from the charge of an offense or verdict After the defendant learned of his acquittal, he jumped for joy.
161 Acquitted കുറ്റവിമുക്തനാക്കി found innocent of a charge or accusation Even though the judge believed the defendant was guilty, he could say nothing when the jury acquitted the man of all charges.
162 Acrid ആക്രിഡ് bitter and unpleasant in taste or smell The acrid fumes from the plant made my eyes water.
163 Acrimony ആക്രിമണി a sharp and bitter hatred Her acrimony for her neighbors manifests itself with shouting and stomping.
164 Acrobat അക്രോബാറ്റ് an athlete who performs acts requiring skill, agility and coordination. The watchers held their breath as the acrobat crossed the tightrope.
165 Acronym സംക്ഷേപം a term created out of the first letters of a multi-word phrase In history class, the students learned the acronym NATO stands for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
166 Acrophobia അക്രോഫോബിയ an unusual dread of elevated places Because I have acrophobia, I never ride anything other than the Ferris wheel at the amusement park.
167 Acropolis അക്രോപോളിസ് a stronghold or sanctuary used for defensive and religious purposes in ancient Grecian cities In the middle of the city, an acropolis of stone walls was erected to act as a shelter during times of war.
168 Across ഉടനീളം from one side to another Swimming across the wide river left the stranded paddler gasping for air.
169 Action ആക്ഷൻ combat; battle The movie was full of action, with most of the scenes containing fighting or warfare.
170 Activate സജീവമാക്കുക to trigger or start something If you want to use the new debit card, you have to call a new number and activate it.
171 Activism ആക്ടിവിസം a strategy of undertaking direct action to achieve a social or political goal Protesting the war is a type of activism.
172 Activist ആക്ടിവിസ്റ്റ് a person who campaigns for some kind of social change The political activist spent hours trying to convince us to vote for Ted.
173 Activity പ്രവർത്തനം something that people do, usually with a particular aim or goal in mind The teacher brought all of the paper, glue, and other items needed for the students to complete the crafting activity.
174 Actual യഥാർത്ഥം Real or concrete Although there is actual proof that they existed, some still don’t believe in dinosaurs.
175 Actuality യാഥാർത്ഥ്യം the state of existing; existence Although it was thought that no one had been working on the project, in actuality Barbara had been trying to get things of the ground for a long time.
176 Actuate പ്രവർത്തനക്ഷമമാക്കുക to trigger a movement or action The teenager touched the screen to actuate the mobile app.
177 Acuity അക്വിറ്റി sharpness in relation to thought, vision, or hearing In order for my daughter to get into the school’s gifted program, she had to take a mental acuity test.
178 Acumen കുശാഗ്രബുദ്ധി experience or expertise in something John’s business acumen, along with his computer skills, made him an asset to the software company.
179 Acupuncture അക്യുപങ്ചർ a medical practice in which thin needles are inserted into specific points of the body as a way to relieve pain or treat disease As soon as the acupuncture needles entered the man’s spine, he felt relief from his pain.
180 Acute നിശിതം extremely pressing; critical Because my appendicitis was an acute issue, the nurse took me directly into an emergency station for treatment.
181 Acuteness തീവ്രത sharpness; insight The boy’s acuteness made him an excellent chess player.
182 Adage പഴഞ്ചൊല്ല് old saying that has come to be accepted as truth over time He gets tired of all the same old sayings, so he is always trying to come up with a new adage.
183 Adamant അഡമന്റ് refusing to be persuaded; cannot change one’s mind Robert, a first year physics student, is adamant in his decision to peruse a career in engineering.
184 Adamantine ആഡമന്റൈൻ unyielding; firm and unbreakable The hero was adamantine and stuck to his values no matter what problem he faced.
185 Adapt പൊരുത്തപ്പെടുത്തുക get used to something new or change to fit When James relocates to a different side of the country, he will have to adapt to a new weather pattern.
186 Adaptable അഡാപ്റ്റബിൾ able to change When dogs live in the wild, their bodies must be adaptable to the environment or they will suffer.
187 Adaptation അഡാപ്റ്റേഷൻ an alteration that makes an animal or thing more suitable for a certain environment This adaptation of the novel was written so the story could be performed as a play.
188 Addend കൂട്ടിച്ചേർക്കുക a number added to another number I asked our math teacher to help me with the addend in my math problem.
189 Addendum അനുബന്ധം something to be added; especially text added as an appendix or supplement to a document Maria’s article was written in 1965, but it was updated with an addendum in recent years.
190 Addict അടിമ someone that is obsessed with something to an extent where they suffer withdrawal without it My baby brother is a sugar addict, unable to go even two hours without consuming some sort of sweet to sate his obsession.
191 Addictive ആസക്തി something that is easy to be addicted to; easy to develop a reliance on This game is extremely addictive, having roped me into playing it for over six hours even though I only planned to play for one.
192 Additional അധിക added or extra Additional charges will be added if you do not pay the bill on time.
193 Additionally അധികമായി used in the place of ‘also’ or to introduce extra facts We started out with just one floor, but additionally, another was added.
194 Addle അഡിൽ to cause a person’s thoughts to become jumbled or confused Is it true smoking marijuana can addle your brain and make it difficult for you to concentrate?
195 Addled ചേർത്തു incapable of thinking in a clear manner Because my grandmother is in her mid-nineties, she is a bit addled at times and requires the aid of a personal caregiver.
196 Address വിലാസം a description of the location of a property The pizza delivery man had no problem finding my address to deliver my order.
197 Adduce കൂട്ടിച്ചേർക്കുക to produce as support during a discussion or argument During the trial the defense attorney will adduce evidence to show the defendant’s innocence.
198 Adduction ആസക്തി the act of bringing a body part usually an arm or leg inward to the middle part of the body When the patient’s adduction of her knee up to her waist caused agonizing pain, the doctor recommended that she return to standing straight on her two feet.
199 Adept പ്രഗത്ഭൻ very good at doing something that is not easy Mark is an adept juggler who can easily manager four balls in the air without dropping one.
200 Adequacy പര്യാപ്തത being satisfactory or acceptable The adequacy of the program is being questioned since few seem to graduate after starting.
201 Adequacy പര്യാപ്തത the quality of being sufficient, adequate or able to meet the needs It’s important to review the adequacy of your medical insurance coverage each year.
202 Adequate മതിയായ enough; good enough Adequate water intake is necessary for your body to function properly.
203 Adhere മുറുകെ പിടിക്കുക conform to or follow rules exactly When I tell you to sit down, adhere to my order!
204 Adherence പാലിക്കൽ faithful support for a cause  The teacher demanded the students adherence to the rules while in her classroom.
205 Adherent അനുയായി a material that sticks to other things or a person who supports a particular party, person, or set of ideas The adherent properties of Super Glue are so strong that some people have had to go to the ER to get un-stuck from something.
206 Adhesion അഡീഷൻ a substance’s ability to attach to another substance For sturdier adhesion, apply hot glue to the sequins prior to attaching them to the leotard.
207 Adhesive ഒട്ടിപ്പിടിക്കുന്ന sticky Mom does not like to use Elmer’s glue because she claims that our project requires a stronger adhesive.
208 Adieu വിട a farewell, a goodbye; especially a fond farewell, or a lasting or permanent farewell We bid each other adieu after the movies by giving one another a hug.
209 Adjacent തൊട്ടടുത്ത് lying next to, close, or contiguous; neighboring When the opposing attorneys asked for a sidebar with the judge, the jury was sent to wait in an adjacent area.
210 Adjoining തൊട്ടടുത്ത് next to or joined with something else The travelers requested adjoining rooms so that they would be beside each other.
211 Adjudge വിധിക്കുക to view or determine something in a particular manner Because of your drug problem, the court will probably adjudge you to be an unfit mother.
212 Adjunct അനുബന്ധം something that is joined or added to another thing, but not part of the whole My math teacher was adjunct faculty and did not work for the school full time.
213 Adjure അഡ്ജുർ ചെയ്യുക request or urge someone to do something I had to adjure myself to stay awake, despite having not slept in two days.
214 Adjust ക്രമീകരിക്കുക to change something a little so that it fits or works better The distraught teacher preferred her students to adjust their attitude before she initiated her next plan of referring those students to the office.
215 Adjustment അഡ്ജസ്റ്റ്മെന്റ് a small change that improves something or makes it work better The academic advisor made an adjustment to the college student’s classes so that it would fit better with her work schedule.
216 Adjutant അഡ്ജസ്റ്റന്റ് A military officer that is an administrative assistant to a senior officer Lieutenant Tirado is my adjutant, taking care of administrative duties when my position as a Colonel demands my attention.
217 Administer ഭരണം നടത്തുക to supply or give out something The nurse will administer pain medicine every four hours.
218 Administer ഭരണം നടത്തുക to give, handout, or dispense A nurse came into the patient’s hospital room to change his sheets and administer his nightly medication.
219 Administration ഭരണകൂടം the process of running some sort of organization I do not wish to work in administration because I do not like being in charge of other people, though I still have to order around a few people in my work.
220 Admirable പ്രശംസനീയം worthy of respect and admiration The colonel is an admirable man who has won numerous medals of valor.
221 Admiration പ്രശംസ a sentiment of esteem and respect When the teacher retired, she was given a gold watch in admiration of her fifty years of service to the county.
222 Admire അഭിനന്ദിക്കുക to hold a thing or person in high esteem As a former soldier, I admire all the men and women who are currently serving in the military.
223 Admissible സ്വീകാര്യം something that is allowed or considered appropriate Judge Taylor declared the evidence against the defendant admissible in court which became detrimental to the defense’s case.
224 Admit സമ്മതിക്കുക to acknowledge that something is real, valid, or true It took the woman a long time to admit she has a drinking problem.
225 Admittedly സമ്മതിച്ചു certainly; definitely The joke was admittedly risky but the crowd didn’t seem to mind much.
226 Admonish ഉപദേശിക്കുക to scold; to warn strongly Do not admonish him for being gay!
227 Admonition ഉപദേശം a warning or reprimand given with advice Gerald’s admonition against the other police officers served as a warning to those doing wrong in the organization.
228 Admonitory ഉപദേശം conveying a warning The teacher’s voice had an admonitory tone as she told the students to stop talking or lose recess.
229 Ado അഡോ trouble, difficulty, or complications There was a great deal of ado in trying to stop the committee from cancelling the school talent show, but all of the trouble was worth it since we succeeded.
230 Adobe അഡോബ് sundried bricks made of clay The village dwellings were adobe style and were crafted from clay and water.
231 Adolescence കൗമാരം the time period when a young person becomes a grownup When children reach the period of adolescence, they crave freedom to make their own choices.
232 Adonis അഡോണിസ് a very handsome young man “Look at that Adonis,” the girl giggled to her friend as the handsome new freshman walked into the cafeteria.
233 Adopt ദത്തെടുക്കുക a legal process to take care of another’s biological child as your own Many childless couples will adopt the less fortunate children from around the globe.
234 Adoptive ദത്തെടുക്കൽ related to someone through adoption (becoming a parent or child of someone not by birth) The little girl’s adoptive parents gained legal custody of her when she was just two weeks old.
235 Adoptive ദത്തെടുക്കൽ related through adoption Because her adoptive parents were so wonderful while raising her, the young woman had no desire to meet the birth family who had given her up.
236 Adorable ആരാധ്യ charming and easy to love because it is so attractively cute With an adorable smile, the delightful toddler stole the hearts of everyone in the room.
237 Adoration ആരാധന deep love, devotion, and respect The young man’s adoration for the new girl in class was evident when the teacher called him out for staring at her.
238 Adore ആരാധിക്കുക to idolize or worship something, or to love it very much My mother loves to adore me in public even though I find it embarrassing, praising me in front of everyone as if I were still a child.
239 Adorn അലങ്കരിക്കുക make more attractive or beautiful George likes to adorn his office with expensive paintings so that everyone knows how wealthy he is.
240 Adornment അലങ്കാരം an ornament or decoration that adds attractiveness The plain tree need an adornment, so a silver star was added to the top.
241 Adrenaline അഡ്രിനാലിൻ a chemical produced by your adrenal glands that gives you a rush of energy when you are frightened, excited, or angry I had a rush of adrenaline as I jumped out of the airplane.
242 Adrift അഡ്രിഫ്റ്റ് uncontrolled floating on water  The U.S. Coast Guard located two boats adrift in the ocean after a storm passed through.
243 Adroit ചാതുര്യമുള്ള clever or skillful The child was an adroit pianist at an early age.
244 Adscititious പരസ്യമായി additional or external; coming from an outside source The supplemental information was adscititious and wasn’t a part of the original investigation.
245 Adulation ആദരവ് great praise for someone, often more than what is deserved Although Jason was a famous celebrity, he was very uncomfortable with the adulation from his fans.
246 Adulterate വ്യഭിചാരം to make a substance less pure by adding something else to it If you want to adulterate your alcoholic drink, you should add some water to it.
247 Adultery വ്യഭിചാരം sexual activity between a married person and someone other than their spouse The attorney’s marriage was ruined by his decision to commit adultery with his secretary.
248 Adulthood പ്രായപൂർത്തിയായവർ the state or condition of being fully grown or mature In the United States, a child reaches adulthood at the age of 18.
249 Adumbrate ദയനീയം to create an outline or a faint shadow  With assistance from the victim, the sketch artist will adumbrate a picture of the robbery suspect.
250 Advance അഡ്വാൻസ് before; ahead of time The concert goers bought their tickets in advance so they wouldn’t end up with terrible seats.
251 Advanced വിപുലമായ progressive; complex or of a higher order Advanced courses are offered for students who want to progress quickly in a subject.
252 Advantage പ്രയോജനം a condition or circumstance that gives someone a greater chance of success The thief took advantage of the light security on New Year’s Eve to empty every cash register in the mall.
253 Advantageous പ്രയോജനപ്രദം helpful or useful and likely to make you more successful It would be advantageous for the couple to buy the bedroom set while it was on sale.
254 Advent വരവ് the coming or arrival of something With the advent of the internet, working from home has become a real phenomenon.
255 Adventitious സാഹസികമായ not natural; foreign The weird-looking plant is adventitious and not native to this country.
256 Adventure സാഹസികത an exciting or dangerous experience Setting off on an adventure, Peter Pan hoped to avoid any pitfalls that would put him in the hand of Captain Hook.
257 Adventuresome സാഹസികത adventurous or prone to going on adventures My adventuresome friend is constantly looking for ways to explore new places, see new things, and meet new people.
258 Adventurous സാഹസികതയുള്ള daring; brave Bold and adventurous, the dare devil was always looking for a new exploit to undertake.
259 Adversary എതിരാളി one’s opponent in a contest, conflict, or dispute I will destroy my adversary during our battle.
260 Adverse പ്രതികൂലമായ negative, harmful, or unpleasant Jim’s adverse reaction to the drug was so intense that we rushed him to the hospital.
261 Adversely പ്രതികൂലമായി in a negative or bad way If the medicine adversely changes your health, you should stop taking it immediately.
262 Adversity പ്രതികൂലാവസ്ഥ a difficult situation or condition; misfortune Because of the five-year drought, the farmer experienced a long period of adversity.
263 Advert പരസ്യം an advertisement The newspaper advert announced position openings at the local potato plant.
264 Advertise പരസ്യം ചെയ്യുക to provide information about a person or goods and services to influence others  Retail stores advertise their sales products by using the newspaper, radio and television to attract customers into their stores.
265 Advice ഉപദേശം an opinion recommended or offered, as worthy to be followed; counsel Beatrice hates to take advice from anyone, which is why she is doomed to fail in everything that she does.
266 Advisable ഉചിതം worthy of being recommended; desirable It is advisable to fill your tank before heading out on a trip so that you do not waste time worrying about where to find the nearest gas station.
267 Advise ഉപദേശിക്കുക to offer suggestions to a person or group Could you please advise me on the best way to get to the interstate?
268 Advisement ഉപദേശം advice that is both carefully considered and thought out before given The homeowners association calls meetings for neighborhood members to voice their opinions on important issues that they were record, take under advisement, and use to make decisions for the community in the future.
269 Advisory ഉപദേശം an official announcement that usually serves as a warning to the public The city government released an advisory during the hurricane warning all residents not to go outside.
270 Advocacy അഭിഭാഷകൻ the practice of supporting someone to make their voice heard  Recently the gun advocacy groups have spoken to Congress with hopes of change to current gun laws.
271 Advocate അഭിഭാഷകൻ to publicly support a particular policy or way of doing things Any good doctor will advocate healthy eating for his patients.
272 Aegis ഏജിസ് under the influence or protection of a specific individual, body, or government As a young salesman, Stan worked under the aegis of his father who emphasized the value of treating customers fairly.
273 Aerate വായുസഞ്ചാരം to cause air to circulate through something The cleaners needed to aerate the room to get the strong odor out.
274 Aerial ഏരിയൽ happening in the air An aerial view of the city showed just how cluttered and crowded the metropolitan area looks from above.
275 Aerie ഏരി a nest built in a high place by a predatory bird  While hiking in the hills, we spotted a hawk leave it’s aerie on the cliff.
276 Aerobic എയ്റോബിക് activity used to strengthen the heart and lungs by making them work hard for several minutes The aerobic component of the test consists of a strenuous one-mile hike.
277 Aerodynamics എയറോഡൈനാമിക്സ് the study of air and how it works when an object moves through it Birds have a natural understanding of aerodynamics that allows them to fly through even the windiest conditions.
278 Aeronautics എയറോനോട്ടിക്സ് the science of flight A Boeing 727 was donated to the college’s aeronautics program for further flight studies.
279 Aerosol എയറോസോൾ substances confined under pressure and typically released in the form of a spray A well-known form of aerosol is Febreeze, which is a spray that is released from under pressure to eliminate bad odors.
280 Aerospace എയ്‌റോസ്‌പേസ് the atmosphere of the Earth and the region of space around it; the industry concerned with aircraft, missiles, satellites and spacecraft From the aerospace department of the scientific company, many reports revealed their aviation problems were due to human error.
281 Aesthete എസ്തേറ്റ് one who strongly appreciates beauty, art and music The aesthete obtained box tickets to the opera.
282 Aesthetic സൗന്ദര്യാത്മകം concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste Our aesthetic enjoyment of the art show was increased by the presence of the open bar.
283 Afar അകലെ in a distant area Everyone could tell that the stranger came from afar due to his unknown accent.
284 Afebrile അഫെബ്രൈൽ having no fever Garry worried that his girl was running a fever, but the doctor assured him that she was afebrile.
285 Affable സൗഹൃദപരം friendly, good-natured, or easy to talk to Instead of being such a jerk, you should try being more affable!
286 Affair കാര്യം an issue or concern that is handled Stealing office supplies became a company affair when the company began to lose money due to the theft.
287 Affect ബാധിക്കുക to change or influence If the boy had known skipping class would negatively affect his grades, he would never have missed his lectures.
288 Affectation വാത്സല്യം an unnatural form of behavior that is meant to impress others Jake’s proper manner of speaking was an affectation he put on when he was surrounded by the country club set.
289 Affection വാത്സല്യം a feeling of love or strong attachment Rick expressed deep affection for his wife at their fortieth anniversary party.
290 Affectionate വാത്സല്യമുള്ള loving My sister is very affectionate and always gives me a goodbye hug.
291 Affiliated അഫിലിയേറ്റഡ് formally associated with a group or organization After being fired, the doctor was no longer affiliated with the hospital.
292 Affiliation ബന്ധം the involvement or connection that somebody has with a religious or political organization The interviewer acted in rude fashion when questioning the candidates about their religious affiliation.
293 Affinity അടുപ്പം a natural liking or attraction for someone or something Although Adam is very different than me, I have an affinity for him which I cannot describe.
294 Affirm ഉറപ്പുപറയുക to publicly verify something Tonight, the police will affirm the suspect’s identity on national television.
295 Affirmation സ്ഥിരീകരണം an action of approval or support I enjoyed the food critic’s affirmation in his column after he dined in my restaurant.
296 Affix അഫിക്സ് to stick, attach, or fasten I plan to affix a stamp on every one of the hundreds of envelopes that we need to mail out.
297 Afflatus അഫ്ലാറ്റസ് a skill or gift that seems to be given by a God or higher power The dancer was struck with afflatus and moved like she was gifted with skills from the gods.
298 Afflicted കഷ്ടപ്പെട്ടു stricken, distressed, or impaired The man was afflicted with a painful snake bite after a hike on the mountain.
299 Affliction കഷ്ടത a state of pain, suffering, distress or agony Although some people claim that she is lucky because she can’t gain weight, she considers it an affliction.
300 Affluence ഐശ്വര്യം a situation in which one has a great amount of wealth When the economy crashed, many people of affluence became poor.
301 Affluent സമ്പന്നൻ wealthy, rich Only affluent families could afford the top-dollar price tags attached to the homes in that neighborhood.
302 Afford താങ്ങുക have enough money to pay for something The bum claimed he couldn’t pay his bills, but always found a way to afford cigarettes and booze.
303 Affray അഫ്രേ a disruptive fight What began as a simple squabble between friends turned into an affray among several people.
304 Affright ഭയപ്പെടുത്തുന്നു fright; fear  Ghosts and goblins haunted the house, leaving the children in affright.
305 Affront അപമാനിക്കുക to do or say something that shows a lack of respect  The crooked cop is an affront to all that is good about law enforcement.
306 Aficionado ആസ്വാദകൻ an expert or enthusiast who is extremely knowledgeable about a subject or activity A wine tasting aficionado, Lynn is convinced that no one has sampled as many different types of vino as she has.
307 Afield അഫീൽഡ് far away from their comfortable environment While working afield in a foreign country, the young businessman was completely lost as to how to communicate or act in this new place.
308 Afloat പൊങ്ങിക്കിടക്കുന്നു floating or balancing on top of liquid An overturned life raft was able to keep several of the Titanic passengers afloat until help arrived.
309 Aforementioned മുകളിൽ സൂചിപ്പിച്ചത് regarding someone or something spoken about previously Any of the aforementioned applicants will make great company employees.
310 Aforesaid മുൻപറഞ്ഞത് previously mentioned After pleading my case to my mom, I went to my dad and repeated the aforesaid points in hopes that he would let me go to the mall.
311 Afraid ഭയപ്പെട്ടു scared or frightened The toddler is afraid of the dark and will not sleep without a nightlight.
312 Aftermath അനന്തരഫലം the aftereffects or consequences of an unpleasant or destructive event More frightening than the hurricane was the aftermath and incomprehensible task of rebuilding.
313 Afterthought അനന്തര ചിന്ത something you think of or mention later because it was not included beforehand Often considered as an afterthought, Nick realized that he was not valued by the basketball team.
314 Afterwards ശേഷം following; after a previous event I will take you to the park, but afterwards we must clean the house.
315 Against എതിരായി anti; not in favor of Many people were against the war and didn’t think we should be fighting overseas.
316 Agape അഗാപ്പെ open Before you eat oysters, clams, or mussels, always check to be sure that the shells are firmly closed and not even a little bit agape.
317 Age പ്രായം the amount of time someone or something has been living The youthful woman’s age was actually much older it appeared to be.
318 Agency ഏജൻസി a business, usually government related, that provides a particular service As head of the agency, the top-manager was in charge of all spending decisions.
319 Agenda അജണ്ട a list of matters to be discussed at a meeting Without a clear agenda for what is to be accomplished I feel that the meeting will be a waste of time.
320 Agent ഏജന്റ് a person who acts on behalf of an individual or some other group My insurance agent sold me a new life insurance policy through the company he works for.
321 Agglomeration സമാഹരണം a collection or mass of things The mayor has an agglomeration of complaints against him, which is why he may not be in office much longer.
322 Aggrandize ഉയർത്തുക make great or greater in power, rank, honor, or wealth; increase I attempted to aggrandize the CEO’s high status in the company to sweet talk him into signing off on the deal.
323 Aggrandizement അഗ്രാൻഡൈസേഷൻ an increase in power, importance, or reputation that is undeserved Suzan suggests that aggrandizement of one’s self-worth may be a desperate attempt to boost one’s low self-esteem.
324 Aggravate വഷളാക്കുക to make worse, or more severe I left the party early so the noise would not aggravate my headache.
325 Aggregate ആകെത്തുകയായുള്ള to place into a category or cluster Schools often use test scores to aggregate students into classes based on intelligence.
326 Aggregator അഗ്രഗേറ്റർ someone or something that gathers together materials from a variety of sources and combines them into one The aggregator was able to gather articles from many different websites and condense them into one publication.
327 Aggression ആക്രമണോത്സുകത violent and hostile behavior Seething with aggression, the deranged man was shot after he lunged at police with a knife.
328 Aggressive അഗ്രസീവ് pushy or forceful when trying to get others to believe or do something The aggressive vendor tried to force the tourists into buying his wares.
329 Aggressor അക്രമി the person or country that first attacks or makes an aggression Once the two kids were separated, it became obvious who the aggressor was due to his explanation about how he hit first.
330 Aggrieve ആക്രോശിക്കുക to badly mistreat/make upset If the boy insults my mother and continues to tease and taunt me, he would prove he knows how to aggrieve me.
331 Aggrieved ആക്രോശിച്ചു angry or resentful due to unjust treatment Parking almost fifteen feet from the corner, the aggrieved driver tore up the ticket he received for parking too close to the intersection.
332 Aghast ആഘാതം shocked or surprised in an upsetting way The teacher was aghast at the large number of students who failed the easy test.
333 Agile ചടുലമായ able to move fast and easily Because he practiced parkour, he was an extremely agile athlete.
334 Agility ചടുലത nimbleness and quickness of motion, both physically and figuratively The coach was amazed at Jim’s agility on the court, especially the way he switches direction without pause.
335 Agitate ഇളക്കുക to disturb or upset Barking at the dog will only agitate him further.
336 Agitated ഇളകിമറിഞ്ഞു upset; disturbed Barbara felt agitated when her husband did not pick up his phone, especially since she had been calling all day.
337 Agitation പ്രക്ഷോഭം a stirring up or arousing; disturbance of tranquility  The father of one made no attempt to hide his agitation while viewing his son’s failing report card.
338 Agitprop അജിറ്റ്പ്രോപ്പ് something that looks like art but is actually political propaganda or misinformation Many documentaries come across as entertainment but this one is a political agitprop that is being used to deceive people.
339 Agnostic അജ്ഞേയവാദി unsure about the existence of a god or holy being After my husband became agnostic, he stopped going to church because of his doubt about god’s existence.
340 Agnostic അജ്ഞേയവാദി someone who believes there is no way to know if God does or does not exist As an agnostic, Devin questioned whether there is any proof that a God created the universe.
341 Agnostic അജ്ഞേയവാദി a person who knows there is no way to know if God exists or not The agnostic woman has read the Bible and other religious texts but still doesn’t think there is a way to prove that God exists.
342 Agog അഗോഗ് filled with anticipation and excitement The little kids were agog as they waited for Santa Claus to arrive.
343 Agonize വേദനിപ്പിക്കുക to endure a great deal of distress After resigning from my job, I started to agonize over my decision.
344 Agonizing വേദനിപ്പിക്കുന്നത് distressing; painful The pain of breaking my femur was agonizing.
345 Agony യാതന intense pain or suffering When my brother died, I was in emotional agony for months.
346 Agoraphobia അഗോറാഫോബിയ the fear of wide open spaces, crowds, or uncontrolled social conditions Even the big deals on Black Friday could bring out even those people who suffer from agoraphobia, but the large groups of people could cause them to have anxiety attacks.
347 Agrarian കർഷകൻ associated with land cultivation An agrarian college prepares men and women for careers in land cultivation.
348 Agree സമ്മതിക്കുന്നു to say yes or give consent My father wishes I would agree to move back home, but I enjoy living by myself.
349 Agreeable സമ്മതം nice and good; pleasant After considerable negotiations, both parties became agreeable by each side giving in to some part of the situation.
350 Agreement കരാർ a contract or deal By signing an agreement with the lawyer, the client agreed to pay two thousand dollars for his services.
351 Agribusiness അഗ്രിബിസിനസ് any business that has to do with agriculture and supplies associated with farming John Deere is a well known agribusiness that supplies many farms with bright green tractors.
352 Agriculture കൃഷി the discipline of farming The state manages a department of agriculture which provides support to farmers.
353 Agronomy അഗ്രോണമി science of soil management and crop production Personally I find agronomy to be a rather boring science, but someone has to study all the ways we can make crop production more efficient.
354 Ague ആഗ് a fever that causes you to shake, sweat and feel cold Dr. Frank determined that his patient acquired ague based on the symptoms but, he realized it was not malaria because the patient had not visited tropical areas lately.
355 Ahead മുന്നോട്ട് to move forward from current placement The determined student tried to get ahead on her homework by completing her project two weeks in advance.
356 Ahem അഹം an utterance similar to the sound of clearing one’s throat, used to attract attention or fill in a pause “Ahem,” the man breathed nervously as he cleared his throat.
357 Aid സഹായം to back or help someone or something so they are successful Red Cross workers usually aid in the recovery of victims of natural disasters by providing medical care to those who are injured.
358 Ail എയിൽ a trouble, symptom, or affliction A common ail that afflicts people when they have a cold is a runny nose, but that is just one of the sinus issues that come along with that.
359 Ailment അസുഖം a condition that affects a person’s mental or physical wellbeing Unfortunately, the stomach ailment causes vomiting and chronic diarrhea.
360 Ailurophile ഐലൂറോഫൈൽ a person who loves cats The neighborhood children only saw the ailurophile as a nutty cat lady.
361 Aim ലക്ഷ്യം to point something in a certain direction The hunter began to aim his bow at the deer as soon as it came out of the clearing.
362 Aimlessly ലക്ഷ്യമില്ലാതെ without an aim, purpose or direction I love to spend my weekends wandering aimlessly through the streets of Manhattan, checking out stores and shops that pique my interest.
363 Air വായു the invisible mixture of gases that covers the earth A tasty odor in the air seemed to float through around the kitchen.
364 Aisle ഇടനാഴി a clear path between rows of seating The bus ride home was so packed that anyone without a seat was forced to sit in the center aisle.
365 Ajar അജർ slightly opened She left her bedroom door ajar, so I figured it was safe to enter.
366 Akimbo അക്കിംബോ with the hand on the hip and elbow turned outward Mom looked at the mess in my room, arms akimbo, and began yelling at the top of her lungs.
367 Akin സമാനമായ similar in nature For Elizabeth, divorcing her ninth husband was akin to throwing out old shoes and buying a new pair.
368 Alabaster അലബസ്റ്റർ a smooth, white, and often translucent hard material that is typically carved Her smooth, white skin resembled alabaster sculptures.
369 Alacritous അലക്രിറ്റസ് being eager and willing The alacritous recruit was ready to join the Army and signed up the day he turned eighteen.
370 Alacrity അലാക്രിറ്റി Cheerful willingness and eagerness Having studied really hard last night, the student took the exam with alacrity.
371 Alas അയ്യോ disappointingly; unfortunately Alas the reviews for Jared’s book were awful, and as such, the book’s sales were dismal.
372 Albatross ആൽബട്രോസ് a species of large seafaring bird that is found mostly in the south Pacific An albatross has a significantly larger wingspan than a seagull, but personally I think they’re nearly the same bird.
373 Albeit എങ്കിലും even though; although I am a huge fan of Madonna’s music, albeit I do not own any of her albums.
374 Albinism ആൽബിനിസം an inherited condition that one is born with that involves lack of color in the pigment that colors hair, skin, and eyes The couple’s baby was born with albinism and had hair that was as white as snow.
375 Alchemist ആൽക്കെമിസ്റ്റ് a person who practiced a medieval form of chemistry that dealt with metal transformations The medieval alchemist spent most of his days trying to change metal to gold.
376 Alchemy ആൽക്കെമി a kind of chemistry that is associated with changing something ordinary into something extraordinary In the story the fairy godmother used alchemy to turn the pumpkin into a fine carriage.
377 Alcove ആലക്കോട് a small area that is secluded from a large space The alcove above the living room is the perfect place for the kids to hang out and play videogames.
378 Aleatory അലയേറ്ററി random, dependent on luck or chance Rick laughs at anyone who spends money at the slot machines, because it’s a purely aleatory game that has no intellectual component whatsoever.
379 Alert മുന്നറിയിപ്പ് to strongly make someone or something aware of trouble or something dangerous that is about to occur Sheriff Taylor needed to alert the citizens of his small town about the approaching large hurricane close to them.
380 Alfresco ആൽഫ്രെസ്കോ outdoors, open to the atmosphere The park has a really nice restaurant where you can dine alfresco while watching the birds as they come pecking at your food.
381 Algae ആൽഗകൾ an organism often found on or in bodies of water that resembles a plant or moss and uses photosynthesis to supply oxygen A thin layer of green algae lined the bottom of the dirty swimming pool.
382 Algorithm അൽഗോരിതം set of instructions Many scientists were required to solve and describe the algorithm for each problem they solved in order to be accepted to the company.
383 Alias അപരനാമം an alternate name used by a person who wishes to keep his or her identity secret If you’re having a hard time locating Sarah’s blog, try searching for it under her alias, Hannah Martin.
384 Alibi അലിബി a reason or excuse why someone could not have done something While the witness claims the suspect was at the murder scene, the suspect’s alibi places him in another state.
385 Alien അന്യഗ്രഹജീവി different from the norm or what is considered to be acceptable Everyone in the room disbelieved the man’s story about being abducted by an alien from another planet.
386 Alienate അന്യവൽക്കരിക്കുക to make an individual feel unwanted or removed from a group or relationship  Teachers will alienate their students if they talk down to them.
387 Alight ഇറങ്ങുക to descend from something  The birds will alight from the sky and then eat from the feeder.
388 Align വിന്യസിക്കുക line up; straighten Every afternoon, the teacher has to align the desks that her students have pushed out of place.
389 Alignment വിന്യാസം positioning of things so that they are in a straight line The chiropractor was able to bring the woman’s discs into alignment so that her back would be straight.
390 Alike ഒരുപോലെ similar in a certain way Because my sister and I are identical twins, we are very much alike in appearance.
391 Aliment ആഹാരം a minor illness or sickness The boy faked an aliment so that he could stay home and not go to school.
392 Alimentary അലൈമെന്ററി of, or relating to food, nutrition or digestion The esophagus is considered part of the alimentary canal because it is one of the passageways for food.
393 Alimony ജീവനാംശം payment paid to one’s former spouse to support their living Alimony payments were made from the wealthy ex-husband to his bitter ex-wife.
394 Alive ജീവനോടെ living, not dead The possum played like he was dead, but he was really alive.
395 All-around ചുറ്റുപാടും versatile; able to do many things Aaron is an all-around athlete who shines in many different sporting events.
396 Allay അല്ലെ to make quiet or calm A good teacher will work hard to allay the concerns of a new student.
397 Allegation ആരോപണം a claim or a statement saying someone has done something illegal or wrong, which is not necessarily based on facts The professor made an allegation of cheating against his student.
398 Allege ആരോപിക്കുന്നു to claim without evidence In the lawsuit, the parents allege the school system failed to protect their daughter from bullies.
399 Alleged ആരോപിച്ചു questionable; not confirmed While the alleged suspect was arrested today, he still has to be tried in a court of law.
400 Allegedly ആരോപിക്കപ്പെടുന്നു suspected of participating in something immoral or illegal  According to the witness, the mailman allegedly broke into the woman’s car.
401 Allegiance വിശ്വസ്തത loyalty to some cause, nation or ruler Standing opposite the flag, I placed my right hand on my heart to recite the pledge of allegiance.
402 Allele അല്ലെലെ an alternative pattern of a gene that results in a variation of a trait The dominant allele is the one that determines a physical characteristic or trait.
403 Alleviate ലഘൂകരിക്കുക to make something less painful, severe, or serious Take an aspirin to alleviate your headache.
404 Alley അല്ലെ a narrow passageway Walking through the dark alley, Giana thought the passageway seemed to be filled with scary sights at every turn.
405 Alliance സഖ്യം an association between parties or states with similar interests We formed a neighborhood alliance to plan events in our community.
406 Allies സഖ്യകക്ഷികൾ friends or supporters; those who can be trusted The USSR and Russia were allies in World War II, but their friendship turned to mistrust soon after the conflict ended.
407 Alliteration അനുകരണം the recurrence of consonants at the start of two or more terms  In poetry, alliteration is sometimes used to create a unique tone by repeating consonant sounds.
408 Allocate നീക്കിവയ്ക്കുക to give out according to a system I must allocate my weekly salary in a way that allows me to pay all my bills.
409 Allocation വിഹിതം an amount of something that is given out or shared Inconsistency in allocation of funds led to a negative balance in one account.
410 Allocution വിഹിതം a speech given to a convicted defendant by the judge just prior to sentencing During the allocution, the convicted party refused to listen to the judge as she spoke.
411 Allotment വിഹിതം one share of something that has been given out in portions Staring at the plates on the tables, the bride was happy to see the caterer had given each guest a large allotment of shrimp.
412 Allow അനുവദിക്കുക to permit or let something happen Please allow five days for the package to get from the store to your home.
413 Allowance അലവൻസ് a share or portion of something that is granted by another person Timmy is given an allowance of his mother’s income, but is expected to do well in school and finish his chores.
414 Allowed അനുവദിച്ചു permitted or let something happen Lola’s mom allowed her to spend the night at my house last weekend but wouldn’t let her come over today.
415 Allowed അനുവദിച്ചു let or permitted someone to do something The professor allowed her son to turn his essay in one day late but took points off.
416 Alloy ലോഹക്കൂട്ട് a mixed metal made by combining two or more others that is usually stronger than pure metals Alloy wheels are made from a mixture of other metals, making them tougher.
417 Allude സൂചിപ്പിക്കുക to make an indirect reference The teacher asked the students to not allude to any online sources in their research papers.
418 Allure വശീകരിക്കുക a quality that produces attraction The woman’s allure was her floral perfume that captivated the man’s senses.
419 Allusion സൂചന a statement that refers to something indirectly; an indirect reference The author’s new book contains an allusion to mythological gods.
420 Allusion സൂചന a figure of speech that is used in literature to make an indirect reference to something The author included an allusion in her speech when she referred to Romeo but didn’t explain who he was.
421 Allusive ചൂണ്ടിക്കാണിക്കുന്ന implying, hinting or indirectly suggesting something The man was very allusive when he dropped hints about the gifts he bought for his wife’s birthday.
422 Alluvial അലുവിയൽ related to alluvium, a deposit of clay, silt, and gravel left by a flowing river in a delta The sediment around this river delta is alluvial, full of silt and clay that will make the soil extremely fertile.
423 Ally സഖ്യകക്ഷി a friend; someone who is ready to help you When my friends were arguing, Carly was my ally and defended my actions.
424 Almanac പഞ്ചഭൂതം an annual calendar with important events and astronomical data An almanac is not really different from most other calendars, but it also has a great deal of other information in it, like astronomical data needed for farming.
425 Almighty സർവശക്തൻ omnipotent or having complete power The men seemed to worship the almighty dollar and cared little about anything else.
426 Almost ഏതാണ്ട് very nearly but not exactly or entirely The bandits almost made it to their get-away van, but the police caught them just in time.
427 Alms ഭിക്ഷ items which are given to the needy If not for the alms given to him by charitable groups, the man would have died of hunger.
428 Aloft ഉയരത്തിൽ in the air or sky When the hot air balloon was aloft, they could see everything on the horizon.
429 Alone ഒറ്റയ്ക്ക് having no one else present; on one’s own She loved being alone where no one could bother her and she could relax with a good book.
430 Along കൂടെ beside or by-the-side of something else The road along the river was recently closed due to flooding.
431 Alongside കൂടെ along the side; by the side; side by side with The students walked alongside each other on the way to school.
432 Aloof അകന്ന removed or distant either physically or emotionally The aloof princess stood in a corner alone.
433 Alpine ആൽപൈൻ part of a high mountain In the alpine village, many skiers would purchase their needed supplies in order to go skiing the next day.
434 Already ഇതിനകം at present; even now The banker couldn’t attend the board meeting since he was already in a loan hearing across town.
435 Alter മാറ്റുക to change in some way The Photoshop expert can alter the picture to make people think you spent your vacation on the beach.
436 Alteration മാറ്റം the condition of being changed Since I have gained weight, I’ll need a seamstress to make an alteration to my wedding dress.
437 Altercation തർക്കം a loud and heated disagreement  The best friends had an altercation over a girl they both liked.
438 Alternate ഏകാന്തരക്രമത്തിൽ when one thing comes after another; fluctuate Instead of choosing one pain reliever, Judy decided to alternate between Aspirin and Tylenol.
439 Alternative ബദൽ alternative means another possibility that is available As an alternative to expulsion, the mischievous student opted to attend in-school suspension.
440 Altimeter ആൾട്ടിമീറ്റർ an instrument used in an aircraft to measure altitude/the distance above sea or land An aneroid barometer is an altimeter that is used to detect drops in atmospheric pressure inside an airplane.
441 Altitude ഉയരം the height of something above sea level or the earth’s surface The pilots began shifting gears in order to gain altitude.
442 Altitudinous ഉയരത്തിൽ being at or having a very high level of elevation Because they are so high up the mountain, the altitudinous villages can only be reached by helicopter.
443 Altruist പരോപകാരവാദി regard for others without regard for oneself; devotion He was an altruist, and he loved others better than himself.
444 Altruistic പരോപകാരി sincerely concerned about the well being of others The billionaire is an altruistic man who gives away millions of dollars every year to various charities.
445 Alum ആലം a chemical substance containing aluminum used in dye things or to make the skin tighter The chemist explained that alum is a compound often used as an astringent to tighten the skin and remove pimples.
446 Alumna പൂർവ്വവിദ്യാർത്ഥി a female graduate of a school or university The Lake County High School alumna missed her high school days and wished she could relive them.
447 Alumnus പൂർവ്വ വിദ്യാർത്ഥി an individual who graduated from or took classes at a specific university, school, or college  As part of his last will and testament, the wealthy alumnus left his fortune to the university from which he graduated.
448 Alveoli അൽവിയോളി sacs in the lungs which gather and filter oxygen The alveoli in the smoker’s lungs were so coated in tar from years of cigarettes that they barely output air.
449 Amalgam അമാൽഗം a mixture of unlike items The potluck supper at the church always consists of an amalgam of foods ranging from apricot salad to zucchini casserole.
450 Amalgamate സംയോജിപ്പിക്കുക to join or combine The two companies will amalgamate in a mutually beneficial merger next week.
451 Amalgamation സംയോജനം the process of combining two or more companies  The amalgamation process is sometimes decided upon to avoid bankruptcy.
452 Amanuensis അമാനുൻസിസ് a secretary whose job is to write or type what someone else is saying Her Majesty’s amanuensis quickly wrote down all of her extravagant demands.
453 Amass ശേഖരിക്കുക to bring together a large amount To start a business, one needs to amass a huge sum of ready money.
454 Amateur അമച്വർ person who engages in a particular activity without pursuing it professionally Even though I am an amateur singer, I hope to make a career out of it one day.
455 Amatory അമോട്ടറി associated with expressing erotic or sexual love The amatory letters described the couple’s steamy love affair.
456 Amaze വിസ്മയിപ്പിക്കുക to fill with surprise, astonish Arthur does not fail to amaze everyone with his quick wit and humor.
457 Amazed ആശ്ചര്യപ്പെട്ടു shocked; stunned Amazed by the great temple, the tourist stood in awe of the beautiful building.
458 Amazement വിസ്മയം the condition of being surprised or overcome by wonder  As my boyfriend told me about his plans to propose to another woman, I stared at him in amazement.
459 Amazing അത്ഭുതകരം impressive; incredible Looking up at the amazing pyramid, it was hard for Frank to imagine building something so impressive.
460 Amber ആമ്പർ a yellowy-tan color  The dentist noticed the amber color of the woman’s teeth and realized that she probably hadn’t brushed them in a long time.
461 Ambiance അന്തരീക്ഷം the mood in a place The scented ambiance of the candle shop made me feel warm and comfortable.
462 Ambidextrous ഉഭയകക്ഷി having equal ability in both hands; in particular, able to write equally well with both hands The team manager was very excited when he heard that the new pitcher was ambidextrous and could throw a mean fastball with either hand.
463 Ambiguity അവ്യക്തത something that does not have a clear meaning Although Hank wants to sign the contract, he needs to understand the ambiguity of some of the language first.
464 Ambiguous അവ്യക്തമായ confusing; difficult to understand Because his driving directions are ambiguous, I use my reliable map.
465 Ambition അഭിലാഷം a desire to accomplish (complete) a task Despite his old age, Frank has a very strong ambition to climb Mount Everest.
466 Ambitious അതിമോഹം strongly desirous and determined to succeed The professor has an easy time controlling his class because the students are ambitious about their studies.
467 Ambivalence ഉഭയത്വം mixed feelings or emotions Even though the new job meant more money, Tad felt a great deal of ambivalence about accepting the position.
468 Ambivalent ഉഭയകക്ഷി uncertain as to which path to take When it comes to the election, I am ambivalent about the candidates.
469 Amble ആമ്പിൾ to stroll in a relaxed manner Since we arrived too early to check into the hotel, we decided to amble down the beach.
470 Ambrosial അംബ്രോസിയൽ appealing to one’s sense of smell or taste  Because Janice liked the ambrosial scent of the shrubs, she decided to plant a few in her front yard.
471 Ambuscade അംബുസ്കേഡ് a deadly strike At first the plane’s passengers sat quietly until the hijackers led an ambuscade against the plane’s crew.
472 Ambush പതിയിരുന്ന് the act of concealing oneself and lying in wait to attack by surprise A suicide bomber waited in ambush for the right opportunity to detonate his bomb, but was tackled before he had the opportunity.
473 Ameliorate മെച്ചപ്പെടുത്തുക to make better Scratching your eye will not ameliorate the itching.
474 Ameliorate മെച്ചപ്പെടുത്തുക to make something better or more manageable The police tried to ameliorate the situation after the false arrest, but the family didn’t want to hear their apologies.
475 Amenable സുഖപ്രദമായ willing to comply or cooperate My husband never complains about anything and is amenable to all my vacation suggestions.
476 Amend ഭേദഗതി ചെയ്യുക to make better Chris said that he would amend the bill before the year’s end due to the public outcry.
477 Amendment ഭേദഗതി a change or alteration An amendment was made to the original divorce decree because the wife’s name was spelled wrong.
478 Amends തിരുത്തുന്നു to fix a mistake that you made or to make a bad situation better; to make right In an effort to make amends with his girlfriend after cancelling their dinner, he brought her a dozen roses.
479 Amenity സൗകര്യം a thing or condition that makes an event or life more enjoyable The walk-in closet was my favorite amenity in the apartment.
480 Amiable സൗഹാർദ്ദപരമായ being nice; displaying a friendly and pleasant manner Because she was nice to all her fellow students, my cousin Sally was voted the most amiable female at her school.
481 Amicable സൗഹാർദ്ദപരം showing a polite and friendly desire to avoid disagreement and argument If you were a bit more amicable, people would not be afraid to approach you.
482 Amid നടുവിൽ in the middle of; surrounded by Amid a crowd of cheering fans, Larry stood out as the one person who was clearly uninterested in the game.
483 Amidst നടുവിൽ in the middle or mist of As I gazed out the back of the car, I saw a lone deer standing amidst the trees on the side of the road.
484 Amiss മിസ്സ് improper; wrong When I saw the lights on in the house after midnight, I knew something was amiss because my grandmother always went to bed early.
485 Amity അമിറ്റി a supportive relationship between people or countries Because of the amity in our subdivision, everyone looks out for each other.
486 Amnesia ഓർമ്മക്കുറവ് loss of memory; forgetfulness Bob sustained brain damage from the fall, which caused amnesia to set in.
487 Amnesty പൊതുമാപ്പ് a formal pardon or reprieve given to one who has committed a criminal or political offense  Although Bill Smith was sentenced to life in prison in 1998, he was later released after receiving amnesty from the president.
488 Amoeba അമീബ a single-celled animal which catches food and moves about by extending finger-like projections The amoeba can only be used through a microscope since it is such a tiny animal.
489 Amok അമോക്ക് a desire or passion to attack or murder Terrorists fighting amok in the Middle East was disturbing enough until they would cause the death of people near the city where I lived.
490 Amongst കൂട്ടത്തിൽ surrounded by; In the company of Amongst the bushes, a small rabbit hid from the hunter.
491 Amorous കാമുകൻ having or showing strong feelings of sexual attraction or love The amorous couple could not stop kissing in public.
492 Amorphous രൂപരഹിതം having no clear shape or form Because the painting was amorphous, I had no idea what it represented.
493 Amortization അമോർട്ടൈസേഷൻ the process of determining the cost of something intangible over time You can try to use amortization to determine the value of something unseen, such as friendship or memories, but ultimately that might still be impossible.
494 Amortize പണമടയ്ക്കുക to the amount of a loan or debt by paying small payments over time The businessman was able to amortize his building loan by paying monthly payments on the first and the 15th.
495 Amount തുക the total number or quantity A large amount of ducks in the area will leave here and fly south for the winter.
496 Amour അമോർ a secret lover Kissing his amour goodbye, the lovesick man could not bear to part from .
497 Amphibious ഉഭയജീവി capable of functioning on land or in water Frogs are amphibious creatures because they can survive in both land and water.
498 Amphitheater ആംഫി തിയേറ്റർ an open-air theatre used for entertainment, performances, and sports Tickets to the concert were less expensive since the venue was an outdoor amphitheater.
499 Amplify ആംപ്ലിഫൈ ചെയ്യുക to render larger, more extended, or more intense We were fine with booking the large ballroom because we knew that the loudspeakers would amplify the sound adequately.
500 Amplitude വ്യാപ്തി the measure of something’s size, especially in terms of width or breadth; largeness, magnitude The amplitude of the student’s knowledge about astronomy and physics was beyond the teacher’s grasp.
501 Amulet അമ്യൂലറ്റ് a necklace with an ornament to ward off harm Dressed in the traditional religious garb, the young woman threw the amulet around her neck in order to be cautious of the hexes.
502 Amusement അമ്യൂസ്മെന്റ് fun or entertainment Some cruel children hurt animals for amusement, but their actions rarely go unpunished, so they don’t enjoy it for long.
503 Amusing രസകരം adding humor or fun to something As Bobo the Clown entertained the group of three-year olds, it made for an amusing time for everyone.
504 Anachronism അനാക്രോണിസം something that doesn’t fit its time period, like if you say you’ll “dial” your smartphone Since there were not laptop computers during the Civil War, the presence of a portable computer in the history film is a definite anachronism.
505 Anagram അനഗ്രാം a word formed from the rearranged letters of another word I find it rather funny that the anagram ‘bad credit’ to ‘debit card’ exists, as a clear representation of how many people flounder with money.
506 Analogous അനലോഗ് similar Because my teacher is analogous to my mother, I have accidentally called her, “mom.”
507 Analogy സാദൃശ്യം a comparison to show similarity between two things In her analogy, the poet compared love to an endless well.
508 Analysis വിശകലനം the breaking down of something complex into smaller elements so it can be evaluated The sheriff was impatient as he waited for the analysis of the fingerprints.
509 Analyst അനലിസ്റ്റ് a qualified person who can decipher data  The company called for a business analyst to help plan the budget for next year.
510 Analytical അനലിറ്റിക്കൽ involving the approach of separating a larger item into smaller parts for ease of reviewing The detective’s analytical mind allowed him to quickly process the crime scene.
511 Analyze വിശകലനം ചെയ്യുക to review thoroughly and in a logical manner The psychiatrist will analyze the patient’s behaviors and thoughts in order to diagnose the condition.
512 Anaphase അനാഫേസ് the stage in mitosis in which the cell starts to lengthen and the two members of each chromosome pair separate and move toward opposite poles During anaphase, the cell’s homologous chromosomes are separated.
513 Anaphora അനഫോറ repetition of a phrase used for emphasis The poem was a great example of anaphora as it started each line with the same three words.
514 Anarchist അരാജകവാദി a person who acts against the orders of a ruling body As an anarchist, Jim is always pointing out the flaws of the government.
515 Anarchy അരാജകത്വം chaos resulting from a lack of order or authority As soon as the teacher stepped in the hall, the classroom descended into anarchy.
516 Anathema അനാത്തമ something or someone that one strongly dislikes; someone who is cursed or shunned After the world learned of his heinous crimes, the dictator was considered an anathema.
517 Anatomical ശരീരഘടന structural; bodily The animal’s anatomical makeup includes several stomachs.
518 Anatomy അനാട്ടമി the review of a plant or animal’s structure In our anatomy class, we learned about the shapes and sizes of the organs in the human body.
519 Ancestor പൂർവ്വികൻ a member of your family who lived a long time ago While researching my family tree, I noticed an ancestor of mine was born in Iceland at the turn of the century.
520 Ancestor പൂർവ്വികൻ family relative or thing that existed long ago While researching my family tree, I noticed an ancestor of mine was born in Iceland at the turn of the century.
521 Ancestral പൂർവ്വികർ referring to the family’s predecessors Since my ancestral chart only showed my relatives who were blood related to me, I had to consult the family tree to determine the name of my great-aunt’s second husband.
522 Anchor ആങ്കർ a person or mainstay that can be relied on for support or security Chicken is the chef’s anchor ingredient when he can’t come up with any creative dishes.
523 Ancient പുരാതന referring to something that is extremely old or something that happened long ago To the boy, his grandfather was nearly ancient at eighty years of age.
524 Ancillary അനുബന്ധ in addition to the main unit, worker, or task If we start the ancillary generators, we should have enough power to keep the main generator online.
525 Andragogy ആന്ദ്രഗോഗി the practice of teaching adult learners Some teachers prefer andragogy because they would rather teach adults students than children, being less hassle.
526 Androgynous ആൻഡ്രോജിനസ് partly female and partly male in appearance As an androgynous, Patrick’s gender will remain uncertain indefinitely.
527 Anecdotal ഉപകഥ not necessarily true or dependable, because based on someone’s personal experience and not on facts or research The anecdotal nature of the interview will never be considered proof enough in a court of law.
528 Anecdote ഉപകഥ a brief, often funny, telling of something that happened  Jillian’s anecdote about her crowded flight made us all laugh.
529 Anecdote ഉപകഥ an interesting or amusing short story My favorite anecdote tells the story of an adventurous dog making his way through the city.
530 Anemia അനീമിയ a medical condition in which your blood does not transport enough oxygen to the rest of your body, either because of too few red blood cells, or because of too little hemoglobin When Frank was diagnosed with a red blood cell condition called anemia, we understood why he had been feeling so weary lately.
531 Anemic അനീമിയ exhausted; weak Although the woman was anemic, she made one final push in order to deliver her baby.
532 Anesthetize അനസ്തേഷ്യ നൽകുക to give a person or animal medication that will put them in an unconscious or comatose state  The doctor will anesthetize the patient using Propofol so that he feels no pain during surgery.
533 Aneurysm അനൂറിസം an abnormal blood-filled bulge of a blood vessel and especially an artery resulting from weakening as from disease of the vessel wall  During a brain aneurysm, an artery fills with blood and blows up like a balloon before leaking blood into the brain.
534 Anew പുതുതായി to take place once more After divorcing her husband last year, she married anew to a man she only knew for about three months.
535 Anfractuous അസ്വാസ്ഥ്യം having many winding twists and turns The couple struggled to get through the anfractuous maze, constantly getting lost in the twists and turns.
536 Angelic മാലാഖ pure and innocent like an angel The woman’s pure voice sounded both angelic and beautiful.
537 Anger ദേഷ്യം a strong feeling of being annoyed, irritated, or hostile Pounding his fists in anger, the upset toddler demanded that his mother feed him lunch.
538 Angrily ദേഷ്യത്തോടെ with rage The woman yelled angrily at her cheating spouse.
539 Angry ദേഷ്യം having a strong feeling of being upset or annoyed Even if I am angry at my husband, I try not to go to bed still upset.
540 Angst ഉത്കണ്ഠ a mood associated with intense worry and unhappiness A day before the fight, the inexperienced boxer was plagued with angst about losing his first match.
541 Anguish വേവലാതി extreme suffering or grief When my husband died, the anguish I felt was nearly unbearable.
542 Angular കോണിക so thin or skinny that one’s bones can be seen  The angular boy was so thin you could see his rib cage.
543 Anhedonia അൻഹെഡോണിയ the physical and mental inability to get feelings of pleasure from typically enjoyable activities Depressed individuals suffer from anhedonia because what used to bring them joy only fills them with sadness.
544 Anhydrous ജലരഹിതം describes a substance that has no water The anhydrous mineral is unique because it lacks water in its makeup.
545 Animadversion ആനിമഡ്വേർഷൻ a judgmental remark or criticism The judge warned the hostile lawyer to not make another animadversion to the witness.
546 Animal മൃഗം a living, breathing organism Amber’s favorite animal is a lion as she likes the way he roars when he’s mad.
547 Animate ആനിമേറ്റ് ചെയ്യുക to become enlivened and stimulated Once the upbeat music began, it seemed to animate the toddlers into jumping and dancing all around the room.
548 Animated ആനിമേറ്റഡ് active and energetic In order to get the attention of her students, the animated teacher would throw her hands wildly around and move quickly around the room to explain a concept.
549 Animation ആനിമേഷൻ the technique causing images to appear to move  Due to the computer animation, it is now possible to make cartoon films more quickly.
550 Animism ആനിമിസം a belief that natural objects have spirits The philosopher argued that he does not support animism because of how rocks seem to clearly lack any kind of vitality.
551 Animosity വിരോധം a strong feeling of disliking someone or something Why do you have such animosity towards me when I have done nothing to you?
552 Animus ആനിമസ് an intense feeling of loathing or disgust; hatred My animus towards my roommate stems from the fact he is constantly stealing my food.
553 Annals വാർഷികങ്ങൾ a record of historical events (in chronological order) The annals of the museum held many interesting artifacts.
554 Anneal അനിയൽ to heat and slow cool metal or glass in order to toughen it The welder was able to anneal the metal, heating it to make it stronger.
555 Annexation കൂട്ടിച്ചേർക്കൽ the official action of securing something by taking it over, often relating to land To obtain lower property taxes, the citizens of the standalone area voted to approve their district’s annexation into a nearby town.
556 Annihilate ഉന്മൂലനം ചെയ്യുക to destroy, to eradicate During the war, our soldiers will annihilate the enemy and secure our land.
557 Anniversary വാർഷികം the date on which an even took place the year before Celebrating their anniversary with a candlelit dinner, the couple was happy to be married for another year.
558 Annotate വ്യാഖ്യാനിക്കുക to add notes to a text or diagram in order to provide additional insight and understanding about something The student is free to annotate the textbook with notes, as well as to highlight any text that they choose.
559 Annotation വ്യാഖ്യാനം a note or comment added to a document or book Surprisingly, my critical professor returned the rough draft of my essay without a single annotation.
560 Announce പ്രഖ്യാപിക്കുക to give out news in a public way The salon will announce the winner of the free hair cut on their Facebook page at noon.
561 Announcement പ്രഖ്യാപനം a public statement or report that gives information to those listening or viewing During the family get together, the happy couple made the announcement that they were having a baby.
562 Annoy ശല്യപ്പെടുത്തുക to irritate or bother someone to the point of aggravation The buzzy fly continued to annoy the house guests until someone finally stood up and swatted the pest.
563 Annoyance ശല്യം irritation; nuisance Bernie’s state of annoyance was aggravated by the non-stop pestering of his crazy neighbor.
564 Annual വാർഷികം happening once a year We worried that our state would impose water rationing because of how little annual rainfall we had received this year.
565 Annuity വാർഷികം an allotment of money paid from an insurance company either in a full payment or in installments usually for retirement purposes Due to a small pension from her job, Matilda considered buying an annuity at the Lawton Insurance Company so she could live freely during her retirement.
566 Annul അസാധുവാക്കൽ to officially make something invalid  After the actress tied the knot with a stranger in Mexico, she was persuaded by her manager to annul the marriage.
567 Anomalous അസാധാരണമായ unordinary, unusual, or distinctly different from the norm The scientists at the weather station were extremely worried about the anomalous readings they were getting from their instruments, as they were far beyond the norm.
568 Anomaly അപാകത something unusual or unexpected In order to find the anomaly, scientists had to repeat the experiment over a hundred times.
569 Anomie അനോമി social instability caused by erosion of standards and values  Carl claims that the children of gangsters are prone to anomie because they were never raised with a sense of right and wrong.
570 Anon അനോൺ in a short time; soon The game will begin anon so hurry up and get here!
571 Anonymity അജ്ഞാതത്വം the condition of having one’s identity unknown For anonymity, the famous actress wore dark glasses and a baseball cap while walking in the park.
572 Anonymous അജ്ഞാതൻ not named The donor requested to remain anonymous so that others wouldn’t bother him for money.
573 Answer ഉത്തരം to give a response The student raised his hand to answer the question, but the teacher called on someone else.
574 Antagonism വിരോധം strong dislike After deciding to become a cheerleader, the teenage boy had to deal with the antagonism of his peers.
575 Antagonist എതിരാളി a challenger or foe Do you think the antagonist is going to kill the hero at the end of the movie?
576 Antagonistic വിരോധാഭാസം showing or feeling aggression or hostility towards something My step-brother has always been very antagonistic towards me, never sharing his things or spending any time with me if he can help it.
577 Antagonize എതിർക്കുക to trigger hostility or anger If you antagonize the dog, he will bite you.
578 Ante ആന്റി to make an investment in money before knowing one’s chances  Every player is required to place an ante of the chosen amount into the center of table when playing poker.
579 Antecedent മുൻഗാമി something that came before something else and may have influenced or caused it Can you identify the antecedent that led to Jane’s emotional breakdown?
580 Antedate ആന്റഡേറ്റ് to occur before something else  In general, sex will normally antedate a pregnancy.
581 Antediluvian ആന്റിഡിലൂവിയൻ greatly out of date My daughter often tells me I wear antediluvian clothes that are way out of style.
582 Antemeridian ആന്റിമെറിഡിയൻ in the morning or before noon The antemeridian brunch was held before noon so that more people could attend.
583 Anterior മുൻഭാഗം nearer the front Marc’s anterior teeth are yellow, although his molars are pearly white.
584 Anteroom അന്തേമുറി a small waiting area that leads into a bigger room The principal makes the students wait in his anteroom before he calls them into his office.
585 Anthem ഗാനം a song that is said to represent the masses, whether it be cultural or social Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” became an anthem for the LGBT community.
586 Anthology ആന്തോളജി a collection of writings The band’s anthology was set to release in a few days.
587 Anthropoid ആന്ത്രോപോയിഡ് having characteristics of a human being, usually in terms of shape or appearance While visiting the zoo, we watched a monkey peal a banana in such an anthropoid way.
588 Anthropologist നരവംശശാസ്ത്രജ്ഞൻ an individual who studies the development of human beings As an anthropologist, Sara spends her days examining the evolution of human beings.
589 Anthropology നരവംശശാസ്ത്രം the study of the origin of mankind By examining past societies, those learned in anthropology believe they can solve world issues today.
590 Anthropomorphic ആന്ത്രോപോമോർഫിക് having attributes of humans The boy’s favorite cartoon stars an anthropomorphic cat who talks and walks like a person.
591 Anthropomorphism ആന്ത്രോപോമോർഫിസം giving human traits to objects and living creatures that are not human The author uses anthropomorphism to give human personalities to her animal characters.
592 Anti ആന്റി opposed to or against The world is almost entirely anti-imperialism these days, condemning any country that would try to expand its own borders through conquest.
593 Antibiotic ആന്റിബയോട്ടിക് any substance that can destroy or inhibit the growth of bacteria and similar microorganisms Her doctor said that she should take an antibiotic because it will help her fight the bacterial infection that is causing her strep throat.
594 Antibody ആന്റിബോഡി a blood protein your body creates to fight disease Finding the right antibody to fight the contagion is critical and can determine between life and death.
595 Anticipation കാത്തിരിപ്പ് the condition of being excited about something that is going to occur In anticipation of the baby’s arrival, we have prepared the nursery.
596 Anticipatory മുൻകൂർ happening or performed in anticipation of something The soldiers took anticipatory defensive positions, preparing for the wave of attackers that would no doubt assault their position within the hour.
597 Anticlimactic ആന്റിക്ലിമാക്റ്റിക് lacking climax, disappointing or ironically insignificant following of impressive foreshadowing Although the child anticipated that the gift would bring him endless enjoyment, it quickly turned into an anticlimactic experience.
598 Anticlimax ആന്റിക്ലൈമാക്സ് a shift from an exciting event to a disappointing event As the story wrapped up, it became apparent that Sonny’s break-up with his girlfriend would be the anticlimax.
599 Antics ചേഷ്ടകൾ silly or outrageous conduct The students’ disruptive antics caused the speaker to stop talking.
600 Antidote മറുമരുന്ന് a substance to counteract a poison Because he was bit by a snake, they had to give him the antidote so he would survive.
601 Antigen ആന്റിജൻ a toxin or foreign substance that causes the body to produce antibodies After many tests were conducted, it was discovered that he carried the antigen for a genetic disorder.
602 Antinomy ആന്റിനോമി an apparent contradiction between valid conclusions The Kansas born man spoke antinomy when he stated that all Americans are liars.
603 Antipathy വിരോധം a feeling of dislike The source of my antipathy is my ex-husband’s new wife!
604 Antipodes ആന്റിപോഡുകൾ a nickname for Australia and New Zealand Far from the antipodes, the couple was homesick for both Australia and New Zealand.
605 Antiquated പഴഞ്ചൻ dated; from the past Why would such a young woman wear antiquated dresses that make her look like an old lady?
606 Antique പുരാതന an old piece of furniture, household item, or other similar item After researching the antique car, I became aware that it was over 100 years old and came directly off of Ford’s assembly line.
607 Antiquity പൗരാണികത an out of date period While many females got married in their teens in antiquity, today women tend to marry in their later years.
608 Antiseptic ആന്റിസെപ്റ്റിക് very clean and free of disease-causing organisms While cleaning with an antiseptic spray, I realized my friend would find it impossible to say anything negative at our playdate about any germs being in the house.
609 Antisocial സാമൂഹ്യവിരുദ്ധൻ unwilling or unable to associate normally with other people People say that I am antisocial because I don’t talk that much.
610 Antithesis വിരുദ്ധത the total opposite of an object or person In the movie, Robert’s character of an abusive husband is the antithesis of the caring spouse the actor really is.
611 Antitrust ആന്റിട്രസ്റ്റ് a law against trusts and monopolies, designed to promote competition in business Antitrust laws are in place to prevent companies from having a monopoly on any good or service.
612 Antonym വിപരീതപദം a word that means the opposite of another word in the same language One antonym pair we are very used to in driving is ‘go’ and ‘stop,’ for obvious reasons.
613 Anxiety ഉത്കണ്ഠ an uncomfortable feeling of worry or nervousness Because she was suffering from anxiety, her therapist recommended taking some medication to help.
614 Anxious ഉത്കണ്ഠാജനകമായ worried or concerned Sylvia was anxious to finish her speech since getting in front of a large crowd of people made her tremble.
615 Anyway എന്തായാലും anyhow; nevertheless I figured that he mall would be very busy on Saturday afternoon, but I decided to go anyway.
616 Apart അല്ലാതെ to be separated by a typically considerable distance The two lovers were struggling with the rules of their people that kept them apart, and they decided to flee the stratifications of their home.
617 Apartheid വർണ്ണവിവേചനം discriminatory policy of racial separation used by South Africa Apartheid was discrimination against Africans based on skin color or ethnicity.
618 Apathetic നിസ്സംഗത having little or no interest or concern The employee’s apathetic attitude was apparent in the rude way he greeted customers.
619 Apathy നിസ്സംഗത a feeling of having no interest in or enthusiasm While some of the group’s members could not stop talking during the budget discussion, other members were frozen with apathy and did not engage in the conversation.
620 Apathy നിസ്സംഗത a feeling of having no interest in or enthusiasm about anything The serial killer’s lack of apathy left even the judge speechless.
621 Aperture അപ്പേർച്ചർ a gap such as a hole or cavity The missile left a gigantic aperture in the wall of the terrorist’s hideout.
622 Apex അപെക്സ് the greatest or topmost position At the apex of our country sits the president of our nation.
623 Aphorism അഫോറിസം a brief and witty saying While Ted’s aphorism was short and funny, it was enough to make us briefly forget our father was having life-saving surgery.
624 Aphotic അഫോട്ടിക് a region of water that is so deep that it does not receive sunlight In the aphotic section of the ocean, many sea creatures have the ability to glow in the pitch black depths.
625 Aphrodisiac കാമഭ്രാന്തൻ something that produces or enhances desire of a sexual nature My husband hoped the aphrodisiac would stimulate his sexual desires.
626 Apiary Apiary a place where bees and hives are kept  Although he spent many hours daily in the apiary, he was seldom stung by a bee.
627 Apical അഗ്രം top, important, best, highest When he was elected president, it was an apical point in his life.
628 Aplomb അപ്ലോംബ് confidence and skill shown, especially in a difficult situation; keeping your cool Because the negotiator handled the hostage situation with aplomb, the kidnapper released everyone without harm.
629 Apocalypse അപ്പോക്കലിപ്സ് a huge catastrophe that causes devastating destruction and loss Many religious groups believe an apocalypse will one day terminate the lives of all sinners.
630 Apocryphal അപ്പോക്രിഫൽ well-known but probably not true Scientists claim the apocryphal story about creation is not true.
631 Apodictic അപ്പോഡിക്റ്റിക് unquestionably true or certain After spending 16 years teaching English, I had an apodictic assurance that I could pass an adolescent literature class.
632 Apogee അപ്പോജി the highest point The apogee of my happiness was when I married the love of my life.
633 Apologetic ക്ഷമാപണം remorseful; sorry for committing a wrong Though she pretended to be apologetic, Lesley wasn’t really sorry for the things she had done wrong.
634 Apologize ക്ഷമയാചിക്കുക to express regret for one’s actions; to say that you are sorry The woman’s stubborn boyfriend never likes to apologize, even when he knows he was wrong.
635 Apology ക്ഷമാപണം an expression of regret; remorse  The Congressman has made mistakes, as he himself acknowledged during a televised apology last weekend.
636 Apoplectic അപ്പോപ്ലെക്റ്റിക് incredibly angry The victim’s family was apoplectic when the case against their son’s killer was dismissed.
637 Apoplexy അപ്പോപ്ലെക്സി the inability to speak or perform as a result of an intense emotion or serious medical condition During a bout of apoplexy caused by anger, Jim couldn’t respond to the accusations made against his wife.
638 Apostasy വിശ്വാസത്യാഗം the act of renouncing one’s religious beliefs After Sue underwent her apostasy, she declared herself an atheist and never returned to church.
639 Apostate വിശ്വാസത്യാഗി an individual who has rejected his faith or religious convictions When John challenged his church’s views, the leaders began to see him as an apostate.
640 Apothecary അപ്പോത്തിക്കിരി a person who makes and provides/sells drugs and/or medicines When she realized that she was sick, the young woman sought the assistance of the local apothecary.
641 Apothegm അപ്പോഥെഗ്ം a short, witty, instructive saying “Don’t cry over spilled milk” is an apothegm which has become worn from overuse, but which will forever remain true and relevant.apothegm which has become worn from overuse, but which will forever remain true and relevant.’,3,1,3);”> 🔊
642 Apotheosis അപ്പോത്തിയോസിസ് perfect example of something or the best point in one’s life or job I consider the apotheosis of my career to be when I received CEO of the company.
643 Appalled പരിഭ്രമിച്ചു struck with horror When the stranger approached us and pulled down his pants, we were appalled.
644 Appalling ഭയങ്കരം very bad The guru’s lie was appalling to those who followed his teachings.
645 Apparatus ഉപകരണം the tools, equipment, and machinery you use for particular purposes The firefighter donned a breathing apparatus before entering the blaze, to search for people trapped in the inferno.
646 Apparel വസ്ത്രം clothing Shirley needs learn about different kinds of apparel that are fitting for various social settings, so that she does not stand out like a sore thumb.
647 Apparent പ്രത്യക്ഷമായത് clearly visible or understood; obvious After the jury listened to the witness talk about the murder, it became apparent that he had never witnessed it.
648 Apparition പ്രത്യക്ഷത a ghostly appearing figure Casper the Friendly Ghost is a cartoon apparition that even little kids can be comfortable with.
649 Appeal അപ്പീൽ to make a request for I have made an appeal to my parents to reduce the length of time I am grounded, but so far I have had no success in convincing them of that.
650 Appealing അപ്പീൽ ചെയ്യുന്നു tempting; alluring After a week without food, even insects were appealing to the starving sailor.
651 Appear പ്രത്യക്ഷപ്പെടുക to become visible; to come into sight The magician made the rabbit appear out of nowhere, surprising the audience who were shocked to see it hop out of the hat.
652 Appearance രൂപഭാവം what something looks like Having just drove through a bunch of mud on his ATV, Mark’s appearance was little more than wet brown dirt on every inch of his face.
653 Appease സമാധാനിപ്പിക്കുക to make (someone) pleased or less angry by giving or saying something desired When I reported the cashier’s poor customer service, the manager tried to appease me with the offer of a free pizza.
654 Appeasement പ്രീതിപ്പെടുത്തൽ to calm or persuade into an agreement usually in the angry party’s favor The appeasement of the angry mob was only possible when the governor spoke to their leader and came to an agreement.
655 Appellation അപ്പീൽ a term or title by which a person or thing is identified Because there is no appellation on the product, consumers are confused about the brand’s name.
656 Append കൂട്ടിച്ചേർക്കുക attach; affix The charm bracelet had acquired so many charms that Stacey had a hard time finding space to append her newest one.
657 Appendage അനുബന്ധം a limb or other extremity that stick outs from the upper or lower portion of a body Using a claw-like appendage, the videogame monster killed the soldiers.
658 Appendix അനുബന്ധം the last part of a book or essay where extra information pertaining to the topic is included; sometimes with a graphic aid “Your APA paper should contain an appendix located after the works cited page of your paper,” said the professor to his students.
659 Appetence വിശപ്പ് the state or action of desiring or craving Watching how donuts were made gave Greg an appetence for a soft, warm, glazed donut.
660 Appetite വിശപ്പ് a strong desire for something Because I’m so hungry, I have a real appetite for just about anything edible at this point.
661 Appetizing വിശപ്പുണ്ടാക്കുന്ന appealing or attractive, typically in reference to food The melted cheese of a grilled cheese sandwich is extremely appetizing when I am hungry.
662 Applaud അഭിനന്ദിക്കുക to congratulate by clapping Following the wonderful performance of the local opera company on opening night, the audience did applaud by standing up at the end and cheering.
663 Applause കരഘോഷം the act of praise publicly expressed by the clapping of hands During the Olympics the crowd was instructed to hold their applause until the end of the gymnast’s performance.
664 Appliance അപ്ലയൻസ് a piece of equipment designed to perform a domestic task The dishwasher is a staple appliance in American kitchens, and has been for many decades, alongside the sink.
665 Applicable ബാധകമാണ് suitable for application, relevant The judge said that New Jersey law was not applicable in this case because the crime took place in Delaware and that the criminal had not driven over state lines.
666 Applicant അപേക്ഷക one who applies for something; one who makes a request The company has promised to see all applicants who meet the specification for the vacant job.
667 Application അപേക്ഷ an official permission to a higher figure for something Since I needed to travel to another county, I was required to fill out an application for a new passport six weeks in advance by completing the required form.
668 Apply അപേക്ഷിക്കുക to smear or rub a substance on something else I need to apply sunscreen all over my pale skin before I go out in the sun.
669 Appoint നിയമിക്കുക to assign a responsibility, job, or role to someone After the scandal broke, the CIA was quick to appoint a new director with no ties to the former director who was now heading to jail.
670 Appointed നിയമിച്ചു to pick or choose for a task, duty, job or title position After Scalia’s death, the president appointed the replacement for the Supreme Court of the United States.
671 Appose അപേക്ഷിക്കുക to place things next to or near another thing The artist chose to appose the two students beside one another so he could paint them at the same time.
672 Apposite അപ്പോസിറ്റ് fitting for the situation or suited My daughter and I usually disagree about which clothing items are apposite for school.
673 Apposition നിയമനം a grammatical relation between an adjective and the noun behind it In the movie title, “My Fair Lady”, my fair is in apposition to the word lady.
674 Appraisal വിലയിരുത്തൽ an opinion or estimated value Though my car was in good condition, the appraisal of my vehicle came back with a below trade-in value.
675 Appraised വിലയിരുത്തി to have had its worth evaluated The insurance company appraised the famous painting at ten million dollars.
676 Appreciable പ്രശംസനീയം adequately considered to be substantial or significant After providing her medical records, the young student’s appreciable impairment was taken seriously now from her teachers.
677 Appreciate അഭിനന്ദിക്കുക to understand the worth, value, or importance of something As an art dealer, the man can appreciate fine pieces and see their worth in a way that others can’t.
678 Appreciative അഭിനന്ദിക്കുന്നു displaying or feeling gratitude My appreciative daughter thanked everyone who gave her a birthday present.
679 Apprehend പിടിക്കുക to catch a person for criminal reasons Hopefully the law enforcement agents will apprehend the killer before he harms anyone else.
680 Apprehension ആശങ്ക capturing and arresting a lawless person Both the army and the police were involved in the apprehension of the terrorists.
681 Apprehensive ശങ്കിക്കുന്നു worried that something bad may happen; afraid With recent job cuts, Kate is apprehensive about losing her job.
682 Apprentice അപ്രന്റീസ് trainee (beginner) especially in a skilled trade Before he became a professional, he worked as an apprentice in the industry.
683 Apprenticeship അപ്രന്റീസ്ഷിപ്പ് job training that involves working for an expert to learn a particular trade James took a culinary apprenticeship to learn the skills necessary to become a chef.
684 Apprise അറിയിക്കുക to report on the status of something The scouts went back to apprise their commanding officer of the enemy’s location.
685 Approach സമീപിക്കുക so come near something The hunter tried to approach the deer quietly so he would not scare it away.
686 Approachable സമീപിക്കാവുന്നത് easy to talk to Due to my approachable teacher, I felt comfortable asking her any question about physics without feeling dumb.
687 Approbation അംഗീകാരം to gain approval I need to write a powerful resume to gain approbation from an employor.
688 Appropriate ഉചിതമായ right or suited for a particular situation Her speech on retirement was appropriate for her middle-aged audience.
689 Appropriation വിനിയോഗം money set aside for a specific purpose Joy works at city hall where she gets to oversee the appropriation of funds to both the public school and the public library systems.
690 Approve അംഗീകരിക്കുക to officially accept something, considering it good or okay Before the bank will approve your loan, you must sign a note promising to repay the money with interest.
691 Approximate ഏകദേശ close to the exact; estimated Because Jack did not want to place an exact figure on how much he was willing to spend, I asked him for an approximate ball park figure.
692 Approximately ഏകദേശം close to, but not exactly The newborn baby weighed approximately 8 pounds, but I would need to look at his birth certificate to be certain.
693 Appurtenant അനുബന്ധം belonging Appurtenant to the property, the single oak stump was an eyesore to both the owners and the neighbors.
694 Apropos അപ്രോപോസ് fitting; at the right time Justine’s apropos comment fit in perfectly with our discussion.
695 Apt ഉചിതം likely to do something The apt student was on his way to claiming honor roll status.
696 Aptitude അഭിരുചി the capability to do something well The aptitude test will identify your strongest areas in math.
697 Aptly ഉചിതമായി in a fitting way When my aunt labels my moody uncle as grumpy, she aptly refers to him.
698 Aptness ഉചിതം being suitable or right for something Michael’s long legs given him an aptness for being a good track athlete.
699 Aquatic ജലജീവി associated with water, often living in or taking place in water All aquatic activities will take place in the indoor pool.
700 Aqueduct ജലസംഭരണി an artificial channel that is constructed to transport water from one location to another Once completed, the aqueduct will carry fresh water into the mainland.
701 Aqueous ജലീയം associated with water The punch is an aqueous solution composed of water and fruit juice.
702 Aquifer അക്വിഫർ a rock deposit that bears water and is under the ground  Several people became ill after drinking water from the aquifer located under the chemical plant.
703 Arabesque അറബിക് a graceful, Arabian design usually seen in metal, ceramic, or stone that resembles vines and leaves Arabesque gates with curving iron doors guarded the entrance into the garden.
704 Arable കൃഷിയോഗ്യമായ adequate for cultivating The soil in the front yard is arable and perfect for planting a rose garden.
705 Arbiter മദ്ധ്യസ്ഥൻ one who can settle a disagreement between parties An arbiter will help the divorcing couple come to terms on a settlement.
706 Arbitrage മദ്ധ്യസ്ഥത a method of buying something for one price and then immediately selling it for another price somewhere else The broker decided to use arbitrage techniques to buy foreign stocks at a discount and quickly unload them in the US.
707 Arbitrary ഏകപക്ഷീയമായ not done for any particular reason; chosen or done at random In spite of the cold weather, we made an arbitrary trip to the beach.
708 Arbitrate മദ്ധ്യസ്ഥൻ to settle an argument between two people or groups after hearing the opinions and ideas of both Often, I am called upon to arbitrate disagreements between my two best friends.
709 Arcane ആർക്കെയ്ൻ understood by only a few; obscure Because it is no longer taught in schools, people are concerned that cursive writing will become arcane.
710 Arch കമാനം a semi-circle shape, like an inverted “U” Write the letter U upside down to best visualize an arch.
711 Archaeology പുരാവസ്തുശാസ്ത്രം the study of the past by excavation and analysis of its material remains Thanks to the efforts of archaeology, excavators were able to discovered a new species of dinosaur.
712 Archaic പുരാതനമായ old and no longer useful Because my archaic computer is no longer useful to me, I am giving it away for free.
713 Archenemy അർക്കിനിമി a main enemy that is extremely opposed to someone or something Glaring at this archenemy, the runner was determined to beat him in the race.
714 Archetype ആർക്കൈപ്പ് an ideal example that people often attempt to duplicate The film that won the best picture award should be considered the archetype of all future movies.
715 Archipelago ദ്വീപസമൂഹം a group of islands After island-hopping in the Aegean Sea, the tourists slept for a couple days due to previous excessive boating and walking to the different islands on the archipelago.
716 Architecture വാസ്തുവിദ്യ the science of designing and constructing The architecture of the boat was supposed to make the vessel unsinkable.
717 Archive ആർക്കൈവ് a collection of historical documents or records providing information about a place, institution, or group of people The archive was full of photographs, letters, and historical documents from WWI.
718 Archly ആർച്ച്ലി cunningly or slyly The thief archly planned the robbery.
719 Ardent ആർഡന്റ് feeling great passion, or felt very passionately When the rock star checks his mail, he almost always finds one or two bizarre gifts from some of his ardent fans.
720 Ardor ആർഡോർ great warmth of feeling; passion While Jane enjoyed spending time with John, she did not return the ardor he felt for her.
721 Arduous ആയാസകരമായ demanding great effort or labor; difficult Last semester was a piece of cake, but taking seven classes along with an internship this semester is going to be arduous!
722 Area ഏരിയ a particular geographic region The Everglades are an area of swamp in southern Florida.
723 Argot ആർഗോട്ട് a unique language used by certain groups or people with a particular occupation The old woman could not understand the argot her granddaughter used to communicate with her friends.
724 Arguably തർക്കിക്കാം possibly or probably Ms. Ray believed that her chocolate cake would arguably win the top prize at Florida’s Cake Contest.
725 Argue വാദിക്കുക to give reasons for your support or condemnation of certain ideals, typically in an aggressive manner If you wish to argue for an ideal that you believe in, you are better off relying on logic than emotion.
726 Argument വാദം a discussion where both sides explain their contrasting viewpoints usually with an angry tone Everyone in the apartment complex could hear the argument between the couple due to their loud voices and the thin walls.
727 Argumentative വാദപ്രതിവാദം predisposed to debating, disagreeing, or expressing controversial opinions or beliefs An argumentative student will often disagree with the teacher just for the sake of doing so rather than having a good reason.
728 Argyle ആർഗൈൽ a pattern that features a series of diamonds and a solid colored background that was originally modeled from Scottish tartan The doting grandfather made a habit of wearing argyle vests because his granddaughter loved to trace the diamond patterns and nuzzle into the wool.
729 Arid വരണ്ട incredibly dry; lacking water  The crops will not grow in the arid ground because the soil is too dry.
730 Aridity വരൾച്ച long term lack of rainfall or moisture The aridity of the soil was not ideal for planting.
731 Arise എഴുന്നേൽക്കുക to get up from a seated or laying position Once the small children saw the sun peak through their windows, they would arise and go downstairs on Christmas day.
732 Aristocracy പ്രഭുവർഗ്ഗം a group of people who are viewed as being better than others, usually because of a title or status in society The richest people in our town are considered to be the town aristocracy.
733 Aristocratic പ്രഭുവർഗ്ഗം relating to nobility or upper class The man’s aristocratic background caused him to crave fine dining and lavish parties.
734 Armada അർമാഡ a fleet of warships During the war a country’s navy sent its armada to attack its enemy.
735 Armament ആയുധം military weapons or equipment The armament technician’s job is to make sure that all of the troop’s weapons are in working order.
736 Armistice യുദ്ധവിരാമം a break from fighting which gives two warring factions time to negotiate peace The accidental firing of the missile broke the armistice and destroyed the chance of peace between the two nations.
737 Armor കവചം metal coverings that are worn to protect one’s body, especially during battle The soldiers dressed their bodies in armor and prepared to face their enemies on the battlefield.
738 Aroma സുഗന്ധം a distinctive, typically pleasant smell A pleasant aroma rose from Janet’s oven, as her apple pie neared completion.
739 Aromatic ആരോമാറ്റിക് fragrant or strong-smelling The aromatic scent of grandma’s spaghetti sauce wafted through the house.
740 Arose എഴുന്നേറ്റു to start to exist or occur A disagreement arose during the game, and the referee had to clear the field to end the fight.
741 Around ചുറ്റും nearby; In the area There is supposed to be a park around the corner, but we haven’t been able to find it.
742 Arouse ഉണർത്തുക to stimulate or provoke a reaction or response After Sandy began asking her friends to lie about her whereabouts on the night of the crime, she began to arouse suspicion from the detective.
743 Arraign അറൈൻ to charge someone in a court of law His lawyer was not present when the suspect was set to arraign.
744 Arraignment നിയമനം to take before a judge based on charges brought against the person The community was relieved when the gang members were arrested and brought in for an arraignment.
745 Arrange ക്രമീകരിക്കുക to plan or set up The musician tried to arrange a meeting at the record label, but no one would agree to meet with him.
746 Arrangement ക്രമീകരണം how something is positioned or displayed Anna worked on the arrangement of the flowers, positioning each rose in a specific way.
747 Arrant അറന്റ് complete, total, or utter (example: “arrant nonsense”) If you allow your son to participate in such arrant nonsense with his friends, he’s going to end up either hurt or in a juvenile detention center.
748 Array അറേ a large collection of things or people The store offers an array of neckties for sale, of every color, stripe and texture.
749 Arrest അറസ്റ്റ് to seize someone and take them into legal custody The police officer decided not to arrest the woman even though he could have taken her to jail.
750 Arresting അറസ്റ്റ് ചെയ്യുന്നു fascinating; striking in an eye-catching way The eye-catching painting was visually arresting to all of the art gallery visitors.
751 Arrhythmic ആർറിഥമിക് having an irregular beat or pace After diagnosing the patient with an arrhythmic heartbeat, the doctor knew he needed to prescribe medication to get the beat back into a steady rhythm.
752 Arrival വരവ് the act of reaching the place to which you were traveling Because of the blizzard weather, my arrival to New York will be delayed.
753 Arrogance അഹങ്കാരം a rude and insulting way to act that comes from thinking you are better and more important than other people The sheer arrogance of Hitler to think that he could dominate the world was shattered when he assassinated himself in his bunker.
754 Arrogant അഹങ്കാരി one who rudely acts as though he is better than other people The arrogant young man quickly discounted his friends’ suggestions.
755 Arrogate അഹങ്കാരി to seize without having the right to do so The gang is trying to arrogate the public park and turn it into their private meeting space.
756 Arsenal ആഴ്സണൽ a stock of weapons When they arrested the suspect, he had an arsenal of firearms in his possession.
757 Arsenic ആഴ്സനിക് a very harmful substance that kills people and animals that ingest it The husband was accused of sprinkling arsenic on his wife’s food in an effort to kill her.
758 Arson അഗ്നിബാധ illegally setting something on fire Fire investigators suspected arson when they couldn’t find an electrical source for the fire.
759 Artful കലാപരമായ showing creativity or skill The photographer’s artful shot showed a new side of the great wall.
760 Arthritis ആർത്രൈറ്റിസ് inflammation and stiffness in the joints Timothy’s doctor explained that the sharp pains in his joints were caused by arthritis.
761 Article ലേഖനം a story or report that you can read in a newspaper, journal, or online I read an article in the newspaper about the effect of social networking sites on children.
762 Articulate കൂട്ടിച്ചേര്ക്കുക expressing oneself clearly A polished speaker, Jenna was able to articulate her points during any discussion.
763 Artifact ആർട്ടിഫാക്റ്റ് a handmade object that is often found in some type of archaeological dig  The artifact was discovered near the site of the ancient burial ground.
764 Artifice കൃത്രിമത്വം a move made to obtain an advantage or trick someone The company’s artifice centers on lowering their prices to the point that no other company can compete.
765 Artificial കൃതിമമായ man made and/or unnatural The health-conscious mother banned anything with artificial flavors from the house.
766 Artillery പീരങ്കിപ്പട long range explosive bombardment weapons, such as cannons or mortars During World War Two, battleships served as artillery for many of the island invasions the US underwent against Japan.
767 Artisan കരകൗശലക്കാരൻ skilled craft worker who makes or creates things by hand The artisan cheesemakers specialized in making cheeses on their small dairy farm.
768 Artistic കലാപരമായ having or revealing creative skill Ways to be artistic include writing, painting, drawing, singing, playing an instrument, and doing arts and crafts.
769 Ascend കയറുക to travel in an upward direction Sam was able to ascend the corporate ladder because of his relationships with powerful executives.
770 Ascendancy ആരോഹണം a situation of power from which an individual can influence ordirect other individuals Jim is an arrogant man who believes he has an ascendancy that allows him to order his wife around like a slave.
771 Ascendant ആരോഹണം rising in power, status, or influence The king desperately looked for a way to fend off the ascendant regime rising to power.
772 Ascension ആരോഹണം a rise in status or physical position The plane’s ascension took it from the landing strip far into the skies above the airport it called home for a few hours.
773 Ascent കയറ്റം a path that leads upward My legs were tired after I took the ascent to the cabin on the ridge.
774 Ascertain ഉറപ്പിക്കുക learn or discover with certainty; determine Detective Jimmy was able to quickly ascertain the suspect was not being honest with him.
775 Ascetic സന്യാസി leading a life of self-discipline and self-denial, usually for spiritual reasons Jacob chose to live an ascetic life because of his strict religious beliefs.
776 Ascribe ആരോപിക്കുക attribute a cause or characteristic While you can sometimes ascribe these symptoms to allergies, I’m pretty sure you have a full-fledged cold.
777 Aseptic അസെപ്റ്റിക് free from living germs that cause disease After undergoing extensive surgery, Karen’s bloodstream became aseptic which would label her as healthy.
778 Ashamed ലജ്ജിച്ചു embarrassed because of one’s own actions Ashamed of the lies she told her husband, the cheating wife hung her head in shame.
779 Ashore കരയിൽ the land along the edge of a large body of water The passengers went ashore once the cruise line made their scheduled stop in Florida.
780 Aside മാറ്റിവെക്കുക out of the way; to the side Placing all problems aside, Lila decided to give her boyfriend a second chance.
781 Asinine അസിനിൻ very stupid or foolish How asinine of you to pay for a television in pennies!
782 Askance അസ്കൻസ് with doubt or suspicion The wealthy man looked askance as the gang members approached him.
783 Askew അസ്ക്യു tilted to one side; in a crooked position I’ve tried straightening out the poster three times, but it still looks askew.
784 Aspect വശം a specific part of something The critic’s review was single-minded and focused only on one aspect of the film.
785 Aspects വശങ്ങൾ parts of something As we toured the home, I mentioned that the aspects of house were not my style.
786 Asperity അസ്പെരിറ്റി harsh manner or tone of voice When I was a teenager, my father used asperity when he spoke with all my dates in hopes of scaring them away.
787 Aspersion അസ്പെർഷൻ a false charge meant to harm someone’s reputation Jack’s political rival cast an aspersion against him right before the election.
788 Asphyxiate ശ്വാസം മുട്ടൽ to stop the flow of air to a person’s lungs by obstructing their breathing pathway Detective Jones realized the killer did asphyxiate the victim by wrapping a belt around her throat and pulling it as tight as possible.
789 Asphyxiation ശ്വാസംമുട്ടൽ the act of restricting oxygen to the brain in someone or something Due to the red marks around her neck and her pale blue skin, the medical examiner determined that the woman died of asphyxiation.
790 Aspirant അഭിലാഷം a person or group that strives to achieve something, take on a certain career, or follow a particular path Though she didn’t possess much natural talent, the aspirant practice dancing every single day in hopes that she would be good enough to become a professional dancer.
791 Aspirate ആസ്പിറേറ്റ് a medical term that means to draw in something by suction During the science experiment, students tried to aspirate some of the excess liquid from the bowl using a syringe.
792 Aspiration അഭിലാഷം a dream of accomplishing something My husband and I share the aspiration of having a marriage that lasts a lifetime.
793 Aspire ആസ്പയർ to hope or dream Even though he claims that he doesn’t aspire to greatness, I have never seen anyone work the media the way that he does.
794 Assail ആക്രമണം to attack violently If anyone ever talks negatively about Alex’s father, his response is to assail the person with insults.
795 Assailant അക്രമി  an individual who attacks another individual I was able to give the police a detailed description of the assailant who attacked me in the parking lot.
796 Assassinate വധിക്കുക to murder a famous or otherwise important person with a surprise attack The murder only spent a few hours planning the killing, but was able to assassinate the politician right outside his home.
797 Assault കയ്യേറ്റം നടത്തുക a physical attack An assault of the police officer left him bloody and battered.
798 Assay വിലയിരുത്തുക a test or assessment on something to determine what it contains The laboratory conducted an assay to quantitatively measure the presence of ore in the composition.
799 Assemblage അസംബ്ലേജ് an assembly or collection An assemblage of rust-colored antiques lined the tables of the thrift store.
800 Assemble കൂട്ടിച്ചേർക്കുക to put together The chef needed to assemble the ingredients for the meal.
801 Assembly അസംബ്ലി construction Toys R Us hires workers whose sole work task is assembly of bikes and other buildable toys.
802 Assent സമ്മതം to agree to something especially after thoughtful consideration For a while, it seemed as if Karen was not going to assent to Jim’s marriage proposal.
803 Assert ഉറപ്പിക്കുക to express an opinion or fact in a confident manner The lawyer will assert his client’s innocence despite the overwhelming evidence against him.
804 Assertion ഉറപ്പ് a bold declaration without proof The lawyer’s assertion will have us believe her client was not in the state at the time of the murder.
805 Assertive ദൃഢനിശ്ചയം boldly self-assured; confident without being aggressive The flight attendant became assertive when confronting the man who took his seat belt off during takeoff.
806 Assess വിലയിരുത്തുക to judge or evaluate the state or value of something The field test will assess the police candidate’s ability to perform under stress.
807 Assessment വിലയിരുത്തൽ the process of making a judgement or evaluation about someone or something The assessment of my car damage was that it was totaled from the accident.
808 Asset അസറ്റ് an individual, quality, or thing that is considered valuable Jane’s ’67 Mustang is her favorite asset.
809 Asseverate ഉറപ്പിക്കുക to state in a definite manner The teacher could not believe the class mischief-maker had the nerve to asseverate a zombie stole his homework.
810 Assiduous അസിഡ്യൂസ് showing hard work and care that is brought about by attention to detail That was very assiduous of you to finish those financial reports weeks ahead of schedule.
811 Assign അസൈൻ ചെയ്യുക to designate or set apart something for some purpose  The store managers will assign daily duties to the seasonal employees.
812 Assignation നിയമനം an appointment or date to meet someone in secret, typically between lovers I had an assignation with my girlfriend yesterday, the two of us sneaking out into town so our parents wouldn’t know what we were doing.
813 Assignment അസൈൻമെന്റ് a particular task or duty that one is expected to complete On assignment for the Washington Post, the reporter combed the city in search of information.
814 Assimilate സ്വാംശീകരിക്കുക to learn something so that it is fully understood and can be used Because I am not good with math, I find it difficult to assimilate most of the geometry formulas.
815 Assist സഹായിക്കുക a helpful action or act of giving  I’m always willing to assist the elderly across the street when I see they’re struggling.
816 Assistance സഹായം help; aid The doctor called for assistance and the nurse came running.
817 Assistant അസിസ്റ്റന്റ് a worker who helps in a particular field for task Each library assistant was given a specific section of the library to put away books.
818 Assisted സഹായിച്ചു helped; aided The kindergarten teacher assisted the children with tying their shoes and opening their milk cartons.
819 Associate അസോസിയേറ്റ് to connect things in one’s mind Even my two year old niece can associate the yellow arch with McDonald’s cheeseburgers.
820 Association അസോസിയേഷൻ a group of people organized for a particular purpose or mission The association was created to help struggling veterans find housing and work.
821 Associative അസോസിയേറ്റീവ് having a connection between two things Research studies have shown time and time again that there is an associative connection between smoking and cancer.
822 Assonance അസോണൻസ് the duplication of similar or identical vowel sounds in sentences, phrases, or words If you find yourself repeating vowel vibrations in your poems, you’re probably making use of assonance in your rhymes.
823 Assortment ശേഖരം a diverse collection of things or people As she ventured into the closet, the maid was amazed by the assortment of shoes that lined the shelves.
824 Assuage സമാധാനിപ്പിക്കുക to provide relief; causing to feel better In an effort to assuage angry customers, the store issued everyone a full refund.
825 Assuage സമാധാനിപ്പിക്കുക to relieve or ease unpleasant feelings Darren tried to assuage his wife’s fear of flying by buying her a drink and holding her hand during takeoff.
826 Assume ഊഹിക്കുക to suppose to be true, especially without proof If I saw a man dressed all in black, holding a gun, and walking toward me, I would assume that the man is really a dangerous guy and I would run away from him.
827 Assumption അനുമാനം the act of assuming, or taking to or upon one’s self; the act of taking up or adopting When the young woman became engaged, the assumption of wedding planner was taken on by the bride’s mother.
828 Assurance ഉറപ്പ് a promise that relieves doubt In his address, the president will provide the public with an assurance the economy is slowly improving.
829 Assure ഉറപ്പുതരുന്നു to promise or guarantee Unions are able to assure workers certain protections and benefits not guaranteed in nonunion states.
830 Assured ദൃഢമായി guaranteed; promised The dog groomer assured the dog’s owner that she would be satisfied with the pet’s haircut.
831 Asterisk നക്ഷത്രചിഹ്നം a print symbol used for numerous purposes including highlighting something or signaling a note is included at the end of a page  As Tim studied his notecards, he put an asterisk beside any information he felt he needed to revisit.
832 Asteroid ഛിന്നഗ്രഹം a rocky object that is smaller than a planet that most often orbits a star Believing that an asteroid would one day strike the Earth, the citizens decided to live on Mars.
833 Asthenosphere അസ്തെനോസ്ഫിയർ the portion of the mantle of the Earth that rests under the lithosphere and is comprised of rocks that can be altered in shape The asthenosphere is an underlying layer of the Earth positioned beneath the lithosphere.
834 Astir അസ്തിർ in motion By dawn of Christmas Day, the excited children were already astir.
835 Astonish ആശ്ചര്യപ്പെടുത്തുക to trigger surprise or wonder Hopefully the magic show will astonish our guests and leave them amazed.
836 Astonished ആശ്ചര്യപ്പെട്ടു greatly surprised or amazed After weeks of studying the Civil War, Kevin was astonished with his below average grade on his history test.
837 Astonishing അതിശയിപ്പിക്കുന്നത് causing amazement The magic show was an astonishing display of illusions and wonder.
838 Astound ആശ്ചര്യപ്പെടുത്തുന്നു to overpower with amazement The taste of the wonderful dessert is sure to astound anyone who likes chocolate.
839 Astral ആസ്ട്രൽ related to the stars A telescope is being used to look at stars and other astral objects in the sky.
840 Astray വഴിതെറ്റി not on the desired path My partying friends tried to lead me astray from my studies.
841 Astride ആസ്ട്രൈഡ് with ones legs on either side of  An old portrait of Molly shows her sitting astride a horse.
842 Astringent രേതസ് acidic The sauce was way too astringent for my taste, as I dislike bitter flavors.
843 Astrology ജ്യോതിഷം the study of the movements and positions of the planets and stars and how they might affect our lives Because she followed astrology, she read her horoscope each day.
844 Astute സൂക്ഷ്മബുദ്ധിയുള്ള marked by practical hardheaded intelligence The astute businessman went from rags to riches with one great idea.
845 Asunder അസുന്ദർ separate into distinct parts When I learned my husband had been cheating on me, I felt as though my world had been blown asunder.
846 Asylum അഭയം place of safety Clara’s lifelong dream is to start a program that grants asylum to persecuted citizens from other countries.
847 Asymmetrical അസമമിതി having two uneven or crooked sides I have asymmetrical eyes, with one eye bigger and lower than the other.
848 Asymptomatic ലക്ഷണമില്ലാത്ത displaying no signs or symptoms of illness  Although the doctor says I have a heart condition, I’m currently asymptomatic and feel fine.
849 Asynchronous അസിൻക്രണസ് not happening or occurring at the same time The online course was asynchronous, allowing students to learn at their own pace.
850 Atheism നിരീശ്വരവാദം a lack of belief in the existence of a God or gods The man’s atheism was a surprise to his family members who were devout Catholics and wholeheartedly believed in God.
851 Athlete കായികതാരം a person who is proficient in sports and other forms of physical exercise The ballet dancer raged when people scoffed and said that she wasn’t an athlete because she spent as many hours training as NFL players.
852 Atlas അറ്റ്ലസ് a book of maps Containing 40 maps, the atlas showed various boundaries between countries and states.
853 Atmosphere അന്തരീക്ഷം the climate or mood in a certain place The atmosphere in the party was very festive.
854 Atmospheric അന്തരീക്ഷം relating to the atmosphere (air that surrounds the Earth.) Global atmospheric levels of the gas continue to rise throughout the world’s air.
855 Atom ആറ്റം the smallest portion of an element that contains the chemical traits of the element Water consists of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom.
856 Atomize ആറ്റോമൈസ് ചെയ്യുക to reduce something into small particles or a fine mist When scientists atomize a solution into tiny bits, an aerosol spray is created.
857 Atone പ്രായശ്ചിത്തം to reimburse for a wrongdoing To atone for racist actions in his youth, the billionaire established a scholarship fund for minority students attending his alma mater.
858 Atrabilious അത്രാബിലിസ് bad-tempered or irritable The pupils were afraid to ask the atrabilious teacher questions.
859 Atrocious ക്രൂരമായ heinous; monstrous After receiving atrocious reviews, the play closed the day after opening.
860 Atrocity ക്രൂരത a horrific action The atrocity of the murders stunned the entire city.
861 Atrophy അട്രോഫി to weaken in ability or function It was hard to watch my mother atrophy as she experienced the weakening disease of Alzheimer’s.
862 Attach അറ്റാച്ചുചെയ്യുക to tie or connect something to something else The student will attach a lock to his locker to keep other students from stealing his things.
863 Attached ഘടിപ്പിച്ചിരിക്കുന്നു tied or connected something to something else At the airport, the clerk attached a piece of paper with our names on it to our luggage.
864 Attack ആക്രമണം aggressive or violent action The attack took place in the middle of the street and frightened many people watching the fight.
865 Attain നേടുക to accomplish; to achieve Linda can not attain peace of mind until she finds her missing dog.
866 Attainment നേട്ടം the act of gaining something by working for it For Phillip, one of the proudest achievements of his life was the attainment of his medical degree.
867 Attempt ശ്രമം to try; make an effort Hoping that they could attempt to save their marriage, the husband asked his wife to go to counseling.
868 Attend പങ്കെടുക്കുക to go to an event or meeting If you want to attend the sales conference, you must sign up online by Friday.
869 Attendance ഹാജർ the number of people present at an event Attendance at the concert was low because the ticket prices were so high.
870 Attention ശ്രദ്ധ the concentration or awareness of something Her attention to detail when she constructed the very thorough employee manual answered every question a new employee had.
871 Attentive ശ്രദ്ധയുള്ള observant; watchful As a loyal husband, Barry is very attentive to the needs of his wife Drew.
872 Attenuate ക്ഷീണിപ്പിക്കുക to reduce to a weaker or smaller state Doctors claim taking the flu vaccine will attenuate the effects of the illness.
873 Attest സാക്ഷ്യപ്പെടുത്തുക to uphold something as real or true As any police officer can attest, driving while texting is not safe.
874 Attire വസ്ത്രധാരണം one’s dress or clothes The high school prom required formal attire, but no one was allowed to rent a limousine.
875 Attitude മനോഭാവം a person’s opinions or feelings about a specific thing, person, or idea His positive attitude helped everyone enjoy the trip during the rainstorm.
876 Attorney അഭിഭാഷകൻ a person appointed to act for another in business or legal matters If you’re ever arrested, refuse to answer questions and ask to speak to an attorney.
877 Attract ആകർഷിക്കുക to cause something to be drawn towards something else The sweet smell of the flower nectar can attract bees from many miles away.
878 Attractive ആകർഷകമായ good-looking; appealing Although she found the handsome gentleman attractive, Christine wasn’t sure if she could date a younger guy.
879 Attribute ആട്രിബ്യൂട്ട് a characteristic of something If you want to be a nurse, being compassionate is one attribute you should have.
880 Attribution കടപ്പാട് the act of assigning someone credit or acknowledgement for doing something My book included an attribution to all those who edited the manuscript.
881 Attune അറ്റൂൺ to customize or modify something to be more receptive or capable The radio transmitter wasn’t picking up what we needed, so I had to attune it to the right frequency.
882 Atypical വിഭിന്ന not normal Eating meat would be completely atypical for a vegetarian.
883 Auction ലേലം public sales event A vintage 1929 Mercedes Benz was sold at auction last week to an anonymous buyer.
884 Audacious ധൈര്യശാലി recklessly bold; daring Cooper was an audacious soldier who never ran from a battle.
885 Audacity ധൈര്യം a confident and daring quality that is often seen as shocking or rude To everyone’s surprise, Jackie had the audacity to invite herself to her rival’s wedding.
886 Audible കേൾക്കാവുന്ന capable of being perceived To block out audible sounds, Jack uses earplugs when flying.
887 Audience പ്രേക്ഷകർ a group of viewers or spectators Bowing gracefully in front of the audience, the ballerina beamed ear to ear as the attendees shouted for an encore.
888 Audit ഓഡിറ്റ് to conduct an independent review and examination of certain data  Before baking brownies, make an audit of the ingredients available to see whether there is enough flour, eggs, and sugar.
889 Audition ഓഡിഷൻ to present talents in front of a judge or judges in order to achieve a desired position or role Diana flew to New York to audition for the leading role of Eliza in Hamilton.
890 Auditorium ഓഡിറ്റോറിയം a large room or building where people gather to watch a performance or hear a speech The packed auditorium held almost a thousand concert-goers who were eagerly awaiting the arrival of their idol.
891 Auditory ഓഡിറ്ററി of or pertaining to hearing Many people are auditory learners who learn best through hearing.
892 Aught ഓട്ട് anything or for all My psychiatrist says I worry too much, but for aught I know, a stranger could be watching all of my actions.
893 Augment വർദ്ധിപ്പിക്കുക to increase the size or amount of something Because I want to augment my income, I am thinking about getting a second job.
894 Augur ആഗൂർ to predict what is yet to come  Even the film’s initial reviews augur the movie’s A-list cast will be front and center on Oscar night.
895 Augury ഓഗറി a prediction or omen There are those who view the virus as an augury of the world coming to an end.
896 August ഓഗസ്റ്റ് much-admired and respected Everyone wanted the chance to dine with the august president.
897 Aural കേൾവി pertaining to the ear or the sense of hearing Instead of using his eyes to read the book, the truck driver used his aural sense to listen to the contents of the novel.
898 Auricular ഓറിക്കുലാർ of or relating to the ear or the sense of hearing After getting hearing aids, Grandpa Taylor realized he had fixed his auricular deficiency.
899 Auriferous ഓറിഫെറസ് describes rocks or minerals that contain gold Placing his hands on the auriferous treasure, the pirate lusted for the golden trinkets.
900 Auspices ആശംസകൾ guidance and support Under the auspices of their commander-in-chief, the troops crossed the border into the war zone.
901 Auspicious ശുഭം being a sign of future success; indicating a promising future His brilliant acceptance speech was an auspicious start to his political career.
902 Austere കഠിനമായ without any decoration; strict and serious in manner Even though she appeared austere, my teacher was a very kind woman.
903 Authentic ആധികാരികമായ genuine; real; unfaked We went to an authentic Mexican restaurant for my birthday where they served cuisine like you would find in Mexico.
904 Authenticate ആധികാരികമാക്കുക to prove that something is true or genuine We will need to authenticate your orders to make sure that they did indeed come from high command before we can let you past this point.
905 Author രചയിതാവ് someone who writes books for a living Theodor Seuss Geisel was a famous author who published over sixty children’s books bearing the name Dr. Seuss.
906 Authoritarian സ്വേച്ഛാധിപതി preferring or enforcing strict obedience to authority as opposed to individual freedom Our teacher is very authoritarian in her management and doesn’t allow us any wiggle room on the rules.
907 Authoritative ആധികാരിക having an attribute that encourages people to obey you The principal has such an authoritative presence that even rebellious students behave around him.
908 Authority അധികാരം the power to enforce rules or give orders Because I am the manager, I have the authority to change the policy at my job.
909 Authorize അധികാരപ്പെടുത്തുക to give official permission A manager must authorize the transaction before we can give the customer the money.
910 Authorship കർത്തൃത്വം the job of written composition  In the Bible, the authorship of Revelations is believed to be drafted by John the Apostle because there is evidence that he wrote it.
911 Autobiography ആത്മകഥ the story of an individual’s life written by that individual To learn about the deceased celebrity, you should read the autobiography he wrote about his life.
912 Autochthonous സ്വയമേവയുള്ള original inhabitants of a place without any migration or intermingling of other groups Many autochthonous tribes in remote corners of Siberia have never been approached by colonists or married outside of their group.
913 Autocracy സ്വേച്ഛാധിപത്യം a government type in which one person has boundless power The country is an autocracy that is controlled solely by a member of the royal family.
914 Autocrat സ്വേച്ഛാധിപതി an individual who rules without considering others The corrupt autocrat views the brutal dictator as a role model.
915 Autocratic സ്വേച്ഛാധിപത്യം not concerned about the wishes or opinions of others; heavy-handed The autocratic dictator ordered the deaths of people who opposed him.
916 Autodidact ഓട്ടോഡിഡാക്റ്റ് self-taught person After moving to the rural village of the Congo, the autodidact learned math and science due to the only school being over one hundred miles away.
917 Autograph ഓട്ടോഗ്രാഫ് a person’s own handwriting, especially the signature of a famous or admired person In order for the check to be valid, Greg needed to include his autograph.
918 Automated ഓട്ടോമേറ്റഡ് controlled by a machine rather than a person If you call the hotline, you will talk to an automated system instead of a real person.
919 Automatic ഓട്ടോമാറ്റിക് something that is automated, or acts of its own accord without conscious effort or input A car with an automatic transmission will shift gears appropriately while driving, without any input from the driver themselves.
920 Automatically ഓട്ടോമാറ്റിയ്ക്കായി spontaneously and involuntarily As I inhaled dust when I shook the dirty rug, I automatically sneezed without any warning.
921 Automation ഓട്ടോമേഷൻ the process of making a machine or system work without having to be controlled by a person Automation of the cotton picking process through the creation of the cotton gen changed the south forever.
922 Automotive ഓട്ടോമോട്ടീവ് pertaining to a car or other powered automobile After wrecking my car at the intersection, I took my damaged Honda Accord to the automotive center for repairs.
923 Autonomy സ്വയംഭരണം the quality or state of being self-governing Teenagers should have the autonomy to make their own decisions in preparation for their lives as adults.
924 Autopsy ഓട്ടോപ്സി dissection of a body after death that is conducted to determine how the person died An autopsy of the deceased was performed against the family’s wishes since neglect was suspected.
925 Autumn ശരത്കാലം the season between summer and winter; fall Even though autumn is such a beautiful season, raking all of those leaves becomes such a daily chore for me.
926 Auxiliary സഹായക a group or team that provides assistance When my grandmother retired, she joined the hospital auxiliary team that visited lonely patients.
927 Avail പ്രയോജനപ്പെടുത്തുക to be of advantage or use Stranded in the desert, Jake tried to restart his car but to no avail.
928 Availability ലഭ്യത having the time or means supplies to do something The secretary informed the caller of her boss’s availability to meet that week.
929 Available ലഭ്യമാണ് accessible and obtainable When my dream house was put on the market and appraised in my price range, I knew the house would be available for me to purchase it.
930 Avalanche ഹിമപാതം an unexpected accumulation During the power outage, our office faced an avalanche of distress calls.
931 Avant-garde അവന്റ്-ഗാർഡ് cutting-edge; trendy The elderly poet was confused by the youth’s avant-garde style of writing.
932 Avarice അത്യാഗ്രഹം A strong desire and greed for money/material things Mr. Krab’s avarice for money caused him to work his employees to the bone for little pay.
933 Avaricious ദുരാഗ്രഹി desirous of wealth or advancement Since Tiffany was an avaricious reader, her reading level was at 12th grade level even though she was still in 4th grade.
934 Avatar അവതാർ in technology, an icon or figure representing a particular person In the hybrid chat room, an avatar is used in place of the person’s real picture.
935 Avenue അവന്യൂ a method or means by which something may be accomplished  Admittedly, anger is an all too human response to frustration; but it’s still no avenue to solid achievement.
936 Aver Aver to assert something in a convincing way  Even though the country is in an economic crisis, its leader will aver the nation is doing well during his monthly address.
937 Average ശരാശരി ordinary; not very special Although others thought the woman to be very beautiful, she was insecure and only saw herself as average.
938 Averse വിമുഖത actively not liking something For those who are averse to spaghetti, you also have the meal choice of baked chicken with roasted potatoes.
939 Aversion വെറുപ്പ് a feeling of disgust toward something with a desire to avoid it Older people who are unfamiliar with computer technology often have an aversion to it.
940 Avert ഒഴിവാക്കുക to stop an incident from occurring I always avert my eyes to avoid seeing the bloody movie scenes.
941 Avian പക്ഷി relating to birds The avian part of the animal kingdom includes every type of bird there is, from the flightless penguin to the majestic eagle.
942 Aural കേൾവി pertaining to the ear or the sense of hearing Instead of using his eyes to read the book, the truck driver used his aural sense to listen to the contents of the novel.
943 Auricular ഓറിക്കുലാർ of or relating to the ear or the sense of hearing After getting hearing aids, Grandpa Taylor realized he had fixed his auricular deficiency.
944 Auriferous ഓറിഫെറസ് describes rocks or minerals that contain gold Placing his hands on the auriferous treasure, the pirate lusted for the golden trinkets.
945 Auspices ആശംസകൾ guidance and support Under the auspices of their commander-in-chief, the troops crossed the border into the war zone.
946 Auspicious ശുഭം being a sign of future success; indicating a promising future His brilliant acceptance speech was an auspicious start to his political career.
947 Austere കഠിനമായ without any decoration; strict and serious in manner Even though she appeared austere, my teacher was a very kind woman.
948 Authentic ആധികാരികമായ genuine; real; unfaked We went to an authentic Mexican restaurant for my birthday where they served cuisine like you would find in Mexico.
949 Authenticate ആധികാരികമാക്കുക to prove that something is true or genuine We will need to authenticate your orders to make sure that they did indeed come from high command before we can let you past this point.
950 Author രചയിതാവ് someone who writes books for a living Theodor Seuss Geisel was a famous author who published over sixty children’s books bearing the name Dr. Seuss.
951 Authoritarian സ്വേച്ഛാധിപതി preferring or enforcing strict obedience to authority as opposed to individual freedom Our teacher is very authoritarian in her management and doesn’t allow us any wiggle room on the rules.
952 Authoritative ആധികാരിക having an attribute that encourages people to obey you The principal has such an authoritative presence that even rebellious students behave around him.
953 Authority അധികാരം the power to enforce rules or give orders Because I am the manager, I have the authority to change the policy at my job.
954 Authorize അധികാരപ്പെടുത്തുക to give official permission A manager must authorize the transaction before we can give the customer the money.
955 Authorship കർത്തൃത്വം the job of written composition  In the Bible, the authorship of Revelations is believed to be drafted by John the Apostle because there is evidence that he wrote it.
956 Autobiography ആത്മകഥ the story of an individual’s life written by that individual To learn about the deceased celebrity, you should read the autobiography he wrote about his life.
957 Autochthonous സ്വയമേവയുള്ള original inhabitants of a place without any migration or intermingling of other groups Many autochthonous tribes in remote corners of Siberia have never been approached by colonists or married outside of their group.
958 Autocracy സ്വേച്ഛാധിപത്യം a government type in which one person has boundless power The country is an autocracy that is controlled solely by a member of the royal family.
959 Autocrat സ്വേച്ഛാധിപതി an individual who rules without considering others The corrupt autocrat views the brutal dictator as a role model.
960 Autocratic സ്വേച്ഛാധിപത്യം not concerned about the wishes or opinions of others; heavy-handed The autocratic dictator ordered the deaths of people who opposed him.
961 Autodidact ഓട്ടോഡിഡാക്റ്റ് self-taught person After moving to the rural village of the Congo, the autodidact learned math and science due to the only school being over one hundred miles away.
962 Autograph ഓട്ടോഗ്രാഫ് a person’s own handwriting, especially the signature of a famous or admired person In order for the check to be valid, Greg needed to include his autograph.
963 Automated ഓട്ടോമേറ്റഡ് controlled by a machine rather than a person If you call the hotline, you will talk to an automated system instead of a real person.
964 Automatic ഓട്ടോമാറ്റിക് something that is automated, or acts of its own accord without conscious effort or input A car with an automatic transmission will shift gears appropriately while driving, without any input from the driver themselves.
965 Automatically ഓട്ടോമാറ്റിയ്ക്കായി spontaneously and involuntarily As I inhaled dust when I shook the dirty rug, I automatically sneezed without any warning.
966 Automation ഓട്ടോമേഷൻ the process of making a machine or system work without having to be controlled by a person Automation of the cotton picking process through the creation of the cotton gen changed the south forever.
967 Automotive ഓട്ടോമോട്ടീവ് pertaining to a car or other powered automobile After wrecking my car at the intersection, I took my damaged Honda Accord to the automotive center for repairs.
968 Autonomy സ്വയംഭരണം the quality or state of being self-governing Teenagers should have the autonomy to make their own decisions in preparation for their lives as adults.
969 Autopsy ഓട്ടോപ്സി dissection of a body after death that is conducted to determine how the person died An autopsy of the deceased was performed against the family’s wishes since neglect was suspected.
970 Autumn ശരത്കാലം the season between summer and winter; fall Even though autumn is such a beautiful season, raking all of those leaves becomes such a daily chore for me.
971 Auxiliary സഹായക a group or team that provides assistance When my grandmother retired, she joined the hospital auxiliary team that visited lonely patients.
972 Avail പ്രയോജനപ്പെടുത്തുക to be of advantage or use Stranded in the desert, Jake tried to restart his car but to no avail.
973 Availability ലഭ്യത having the time or means supplies to do something The secretary informed the caller of her boss’s availability to meet that week.
974 Available ലഭ്യമാണ് accessible and obtainable When my dream house was put on the market and appraised in my price range, I knew the house would be available for me to purchase it.
975 Avalanche ഹിമപാതം an unexpected accumulation During the power outage, our office faced an avalanche of distress calls.
976 Avant-garde അവന്റ്-ഗാർഡ് cutting-edge; trendy The elderly poet was confused by the youth’s avant-garde style of writing.
977 Avarice അത്യാഗ്രഹം A strong desire and greed for money/material things Mr. Krab’s avarice for money caused him to work his employees to the bone for little pay.
978 Avaricious ദുരാഗ്രഹി desirous of wealth or advancement Since Tiffany was an avaricious reader, her reading level was at 12th grade level even though she was still in 4th grade.
979 Avatar അവതാർ in technology, an icon or figure representing a particular person In the hybrid chat room, an avatar is used in place of the person’s real picture.
980 Avenue അവന്യൂ a method or means by which something may be accomplished  Admittedly, anger is an all too human response to frustration; but it’s still no avenue to solid achievement.
981 Aver Aver to assert something in a convincing way  Even though the country is in an economic crisis, its leader will aver the nation is doing well during his monthly address.
982 Average ശരാശരി ordinary; not very special Although others thought the woman to be very beautiful, she was insecure and only saw herself as average.
983 Averred Averred stated something that was true and accurate The witness averred that he had seen the suspect run away with the cash and sealed the man’s fate with his damning testimony.
984 Averse വിമുഖത actively not liking something For those who are averse to spaghetti, you also have the meal choice of baked chicken with roasted potatoes.
985 Aversion വെറുപ്പ് a feeling of disgust toward something with a desire to avoid it Older people who are unfamiliar with computer technology often have an aversion to it.
986 Avert ഒഴിവാക്കുക to stop an incident from occurring I always avert my eyes to avoid seeing the bloody movie scenes.
987 Avian പക്ഷി relating to birds The avian part of the animal kingdom includes every type of bird there is, from the flightless penguin to the majestic eagle.
988 Aviary പക്ഷിക്കൂട് confinement for keeping birds; a birdhouse The cockatiel breeder used a suspended aviary to breed new birds.
989 Aviation വ്യോമയാനം the activity of designing, producing, or flying an aircraft The top-notch aviation school only allows students with the highest potential to join its pilot program.
990 Aviator ഏവിയേറ്റർ a pilot The aviator prepared for his first flight across the Pacific by checking his engine and fueling his aircraft.
991 Avid തീക്ഷ്ണമായ enthusiastic; passionate James is an avid supporter of any organization that is trying to improve the environment.
992 Avidity ആവിഡിറ്റി a strong eagerness or desire The journalist’s avidity to learn everything there is to know about the case drove her to work long hours.
993 Avidly ആവേശത്തോടെ in an excited or enthusiastic manner Airport police became suspicious of a passenger after one of the drug dogs avidly sniffed his carry-on bag.
994 Avocation ഉദ്ബോധനം an activity one enjoys when he or she is not working Recently, Sherman discovered woodworking is the type of avocation he enjoys in his spare time.
995 Avoid ഒഴിവാക്കുക to keep away from; dodge or evade The dieter tries to avoid foods that are high in fat or sugar.
996 Avoidable ഒഴിവാക്കാവുന്നത് able to be stopped or prevented Diabetes can be avoidable if you reduce your sugar intake and exercise regularly.
997 Avoidance ഒഴിവാക്കൽ the act of staying away from someone or something The procrastinator’s therapist tried to explain that avoidance of a task doesn’t make it disappear.
998 Avoirdupois അവോർഡുപോയിസ് a system in the United States for measuring a pound equaling to sixteen ounces To calculate the weight of the gold using avoirdupois, it was determined that the gold weighed over a pound.
999 Avouch അറിയിപ്പ് to declare freely and openly; to assert Standing at the witness stand, I stated that I could avouch for the sterling reputation of Jennifer.
1000 Avow അനുവദിക്കുക to admit or confess something publicly Because the man would not avow himself as a follower of the king in front of the villagers, he was sentenced to death.
1001 Avowal അവ്വൽ a public testimony or statement Since the jury members found the defendant guilty, they obviously didn’t believe his avowal of innocence.
1002 Avuncular അവുൺകുലാർ kind or friendly, like an uncle My father’s best friend Joe treats me in an avuncular manner and even calls me his niece.
1003 Await പതീക്ഷിച്ചിരിക്കുക to wait for The troops await their orders for the next deployment.
1004 Aware അറിഞ്ഞിരിക്കുക informed; understanding a situation Because they weren’t aware that the storm was coming, the family didn’t leave the area when everyone else did.
1005 Awareness അവബോധം the condition of being informed  In order to bring awareness to the emotional and financial needs of veterans, the singer has planned a benefit concert.
1006 Awestruck ആശ്ചര്യപ്പെട്ടു filled with the sentiments of wonder and awe The little boy was awestruck by the holiday fireworks display.
1007 Awful ഭയങ്കരം horrible; terrible An awful plague took over the city and thousands of people died from the sickness.
1008 Awkward അസുലഭം to act in a strange way Meeting the in-laws for the first time created an awkward situation for me since nobody knew what to say.
1009 Awning ഔണിംഗ് an overhang usually attached to a building that is used to block inclement weather conditions like snow, rain, or excessive sunlight They dashed under an awning to escape the sudden downpour.
1010 Awoke ഉണർന്നു past tense having awakened or risen from sleep I awoke just before sunrise and hurried out of my bed to see if Santa had arrived while I slept.
1011 AWOL AWOL away from military duties without permission The military base put out an alert for the AWOL soldier who was away without permission.
1012 Awry ഓറി away from the appropriate, planned, or expected course After we hit the deer, our road trip seemed to go awry and off course.
1013 Axiom ആക്സിയം a rule or principal that many people accept as true Although you keep using that axiom as the basis for your paper, the concept itself is not true.
1014 Axiomatic ആക്സിയോമാറ്റിക് evident without proof or argument There was a time when it was regarded as axiomatic that the sun revolves around the earth.
1015 Axis അച്ചുതണ്ട് an imaginary line about which a body rotates Tilting on its axis, the Earth is constantly rotating.
1016 Axle ആക്സിൽ a rod or spindle (either fixed or rotating) passing through the center of a wheel or group of wheels The axle of a car holds the wheels together on both ends of the car, and if it is broken you will be unable to drive.
1017 Axon ആക്സൺ the part of a nerve cell that transmits signals away An electrical charge traveled down the axon as a nerve signal.
1018 Aye അതെ a synonym for yes that is used to express agreement or approval The senator signaled his aye vote by raising his hand.
1019 Azure ആകാശനീല a vibrant blue hue On the cruise, I spent hours appreciating the ocean’s azure waves.
1020 Babble ബബിൾ to chatter about something in a typically foolish or excitable way The first time her crush talked to her, she was so excited that she was at a loss for words and began to babble about the weather.
1021 Babel ബാബേൽ a confused mixture of sounds and voices The children filled the classroom with babel, leaving the teacher overwhelmed at the sound of so many voices at once.
1022 Babelicious ബാബലിസിയസ് very physically attractive or sexy The men continued to catcall the babelicious woman as she walked down the street in her short skirt.
1023 Baccalaureate ബാക്കലറിയേറ്റ് a typical four-year degree from a college or university In order for the college student to receive her baccalaureate, she must pass another math class.
1024 Bacchanalian ബച്ചനാലിയൻ relating to or given to reveling and drunkenness By the time the bacchanalian party ended, everyone was vomiting up their alcohol.
1025 Bachelor ബാച്ചിലർ a typically young, single man actively in search of a romantic relationship Many single men like to think of themselves as a bachelor, but if they aren’t trying to find a partner they’re just single men.
1026 Back-and-forth പിറകോട്ടും മുന്നോട്ടും moving first in one direction and then in another The back-and-forth movement of the ship caused those onboard to become seasick.
1027 Backache നടുവേദന a pain or ache in the area around one’s spine After bending over for several hours at work, the baggage claim worker began to suffer from a terrible backache.
1028 Backbite ബാക്ക്ബൈറ്റ് to speak negatively or maliciously about someone who is not present to defend themselves The teenage girls tend to backbite each other and talk mess when they’re with their other friends.
1029 Backbite ബാക്ക്ബൈറ്റ് to talk or gossip about someone in a way that is spiteful or mean Grace makes an effort not to backbite or discuss others negatively while at school.
1030 Backbone നട്ടെല്ല് the foundation or sturdiest part of something Because he was the backbone of the company, operations stopped after Jim died.
1031 Backdoor പിൻ വാതിൽ refers to an indirect or dishonest way of doing or achieving something The failing company’s backdoor bailout allowed them to get rid of their debt but left their shocked employees without jobs.
1032 Backdoor പിൻ വാതിൽ an indirect and dishonest way of doing something Because of a shady backdoor deal, the politician lost support from someone he thought was a loyal backer.
1033 Backdrop പശ്ചാത്തലം a painted piece of cloth that is used as the background for a performance picture The photographer used an airbrushed backdrop to make it look the photos were actually being taken in a field.
1034 Backer ബാക്കർ a supporter or follower of someone or something The anonymous backer is supporting the project by fully funding the activities for the students.
1035 Backfire തിരിച്ചടി of a plan or scheme to have the opposite outcome of what was expected The celebrity thinks her racy Twitter comments help her gain fans, but I believe writing these kinds of statements might backfire.
1036 Backhand ബാക്ക്ഹാൻഡ് to strike someone with the upside of the hand In a fit of anger, the woman raised her hand to backhand the child but caught herself before she made contact.
1037 Backhoe ബാക്ക്ഹോ a mechanical tractor with a bucket on an extending arm that is used to dig things up The farmer will use a backhoe to dig up some of the stubborn dirt in several field rows.
1038 Backlash തിരിച്ചടി a strong feeling among a group of people in reaction to a change or recent event The president received backlash from thousands of people who disagreed with his Twitter statements.
1039 Backlog ബാക്ക്ലോഗ് work that has piled up  The secretary had a backlog of a hundred documents that needed to be filed before the end of the day.
1040 Backpedal ബാക്ക്പെഡൽ to change one’s previously expressed opinions or statements After people became angry about the celebrity’s Twitter remarks, she began to backpedal on what she said.
1041 Backrest ബാക്ക്‌റെസ്റ്റ് a support used to brace the area around one’s spine After having surgery on his spine, the patient used a backrest for added support.
1042 Backstab ബാക്ക്സ്റ്റാബ് to betray one’s friendship by acting in a deceitful way or speaking against someone when they’re not around Erin was upset that her very best friend would backstab her by having an affair with her husband.
1043 Backup ബാക്കപ്പ് a person or thing that assists or supports someone/something else The working mother is looking for a backup babysitter to watch her daughter on days her nanny cannot care for the child.
1044 Backward പിന്നോട്ട് pertaining to the direction towards the back  Timmy accidentally dropped the soccer ball, and it rolled backward all the way down the hill.
1045 Bacteria ബാക്ടീരിയ microscopic living organisms, some of which are dangerous and can cause illness The teacher taught her students the importance of washing their hands to kill off bad bacteria.
1046 Bacterium ബാക്ടീരിയ once-celled microscopic living organisms that can cause infection The dirty slide was placed under the microscope so that the students could see all of the bacterium growing in the microbe-infested goop.
1047 Bade ബഡേ the past tense of bid; bade is used to express greetings and goodbyes As the cruise ship exited the harbor, the people bade farewell from the ship.
1048 Badge ബാഡ്ജ് a small piece of metal or plastic worn to show that you are a part of some specific group or organization The officer’s shiny, star-shaped badge let the people know that he was part of the police force.
1049 Badger ബാഡ്ജർ to bother or pester My daughter will badger me until I explain to her how to tie her shoes.
1050 Badly മോശമായി severely or seriously With his head bashed in from hitting the windshield, the car crash victim was considered badly hurt.
1051 Bafflement തടസ്സപ്പെടുത്തൽ a state of confusion or disarray The man was left in bafflement when he witnessed something he couldn’t explain occur on the side of the road.
1052 Bail ജാമ്യം an amount of money that a person who has been accused of a crime pays to a law court so that they can leave jail temporarily Bail money was requested before the arrested could be released to his family.
1053 Bailiff ജാമ്യക്കാരൻ a legal officer who maintains order in a courtroom during a trial As the defendant’s witness stood in the witness box, the bailiff held the Bible out to swear her in.
1054 Bailiwick ബെയ്ലിവിക്ക് the district within which a bailie or bailiff has jurisdiction The bailiwick was quiet as the bailiff patrolled.
1055 Bait-And-Switch ചൂണ്ട-ആൻഡ്-സ്വിച്ച് the action of advertising a product with the intent of selling inferior goods It does not happen much in America, but in less regulated countries many customers fall victim to the bait-and-switch tactic, buying something shoddy that was advertised as being superior.
1056 Balance ബാലൻസ് remainder We put a deposit down on our vacation, with the remaining balance being due by June.
1057 Balderdash ബാൽഡർഡാഷ് ridiculous thoughts or words Every word that came out of the drunk man’s mouth was balderdash.
1058 Bale ബെയ്ൽ a bundle of something (paper, hay, etc.) tightly bound together The first little pig needed another compressed bale of straw to finish building his house.
1059 Balk ബാക്ക് refuse to comply While my dog loves to go for walks in good weather, he will always balk if he gets the slightest whiff of rain in the air.
1060 Balkanization ബാൽക്കണൈസേഷൻ typically as the result of or end of a war, when large land areas are broken down into smaller states The balkanization of Yugoslavia happened after civil wars broke out on the country and several areas broke away to form their own states.
1061 Ballad ബല്ലാഡ് a slow tune that usually focuses on love My husband and I ended date night by dancing to a romantic ballad.
1062 Ballistic ബാലിസ്റ്റിക് suddenly angry, sad, or otherwise overcome with emotion After failing the test, the ballistic student began to scream and bang her head against the classroom wall.
1063 Ballistics ബാലിസ്റ്റിക്സ് the scientific study of the motion of objects that are thrown or shot through the air Using the science of ballistics, I created a Frisbee that spins back toward the thrower.
1064 Ballot ബാലറ്റ് a piece of paper or sheet on which a voter marks his or her choice Because the election fell on his 18th birthday, Aiden was finally able to cast a ballot for president of the United States.
1065 Ballyhoo ബാലിഹൂ a fuss or excessive publicity A ballyhoo was made over the silly video.
1066 Balm ബാം similar to a lotion that is used to soothe dry skin Since I was going to a place with a cold dry climate, I decided to get some balm to prevent my hands from getting dry.
1067 Balmy ബാൽമി enjoyable and gentle The balmy climate immediately improved my spirits.
1068 Baloney ബലോനി nonsense I saw you take the money with my own eyes, that’s baloney.
1069 Balustrade ബാലസ്ട്രേഡ് an attachment to the side of a wall near a set of stairs or a waist-level wall used to prevent people from falling down or over something Anna firmly held on to the balustrade as she climbed the hundreds of steps to the top of the Eiffel Tower.
1070 Bamboozle ബാംബൂസിൽ to cheat or deceive another person The waiter tried to bamboozle me into giving him extra money by saying the tip had not been included in the check.
1071 Ban നിരോധിക്കുക a ban means to exclude something or someone from a place There is a ban on cell phone use during the standardized test administered at the university.
1072 Banal ബാനൽ boring because it contains nothing new and lacks originality Because the movie’s plot was banal, we knew exactly how the film would end.
1073 Banausic ബനാസിക് relating to jobs or workers that require/have technical skills rather than higher education Mike prefers a banausic job where he can use his hands and get dirty.
1074 Bandwagon ബാൻഡ്വാഗൺ a cause or thing that has become trendy or fashionable Many city residents jumped on the football bandwagon after our local professional team won the national championship.
1075 Bane ബനേ something causing misery or death Distraction is the bane of productivity when I’m trying to get anything done.
1076 Baneful ദോഷകരം destructive or harmful If not cooked properly, the fish can be baneful to humans.
1077 Banished നാടുകടത്തപ്പെട്ടു sent one away or forced one to leave a place Since they didn’t support the regime, the family was banished from their country and forced to leave.
1078 Bankrupt പാപ്പരായി declared in law unable to pay debts owed; financially ruined Even though the woman was bankrupt, she still shopped as if she had plenty of money.
1079 Banquet വിരുന്ന് a large celebratory meal; a feast At the end of the football season, the Mavericks held a banquet to recognize the players on the team.
1080 Bantam ബാന്റം petite-sized chickens; a short and aggressive individual As the small-statured bantam was quick to grow angry at the site of his flock of bantam roaming outside of his farm, he quickly shooed them into their small pen clucking the whole way.
1081 Banter തമാശക്കാരൻ good humored conversation We need to help shy Sarah perfect her banter with the opposite sex.
1082 Barb ബാർബ് a sharp pointy wire that projects out from a longer wire or hook When my shirt got snagged on the barb of the wire, it ripped a hole in it as I pulled away from the fence.
1083 Barbarian ബാർബേറിയൻ refers to a person who is considered uncivilized or with no manners Slopping up his soup and grunting while he ate, the barbarian finished his meal in minutes.
1084 Barbaric ക്രൂരൻ uncivilized; rude Because the barbaric moviegoer shouted and threw popcorn at other guests, he was asked to leave.
1085 Barbarous ബാർബറസ് cruel, brutal The killer’s barbarous acts disgusted the jury and landed him a lengthy prison sentence.
1086 Barbed മുള്ളുകളുള്ള having sharp pointy wires stick out from a longer wire or hooks In order to keep the prisoners from escaping, a dangerous barbed wire fence was installed so that the prisoner’s skin would get ripped if an escape attempt was made.
1087 Bare നഗ്നമായ naked, uncovered Jason made a bare handed catch deep in the outfield, which made him cry out in pain.
1088 Barefoot നഗ്നപാദം without socks or shoes While on the beach, the couple took off their shoes and went barefoot.
1089 Barely കഷ്ടിച്ച് hardly ever; rarely Although they barely see each other anymore, Bert and Ernie still consider each other best friends.
1090 Bargain വിലപേശുക good deal; surprisingly cheap I will only shop at the mall when I believe that I can find a bargain deal.
1091 Barge ബാർജ് to move in a rough or forceful way The cops waited in ambush outside Kevin’s door, ready to barge into his home as soon as they received the signal.
1092 Barker ബാർക്കർ a person who calls out to passersby to attract customers to a theater or sideshow The barker stood outside of the carnival entrance, calling out to passersby and inviting them inside.
1093 Barometer ബാരോമീറ്റർ something used as an indicator The unemployment rate has long been considered a barometer of a country’s economic status.
1094 Baron ബാരൺ a male member of the lowest rank of English nobility  Most of the barons and lords that went up against Arthur, and lost, ended up as his knights and governing heads.
1095 Barracks ബാരക്കുകൾ lodging quarters in a structure for military troops After the mission, the soldiers went back to their barracks to get some rest in their bunks and put away their gear.
1096 Barrage തടയണ a large volume of something, or a large quantity of things happening all at once Even though Mrs. Anderson knew that her students would probably barrage her with whines and complaints, she assigned fifty pages of reading to be done over the holidays.
1097 Barren വന്ധ്യം (of land) a place with little or no vegetation Looking out the window of the airplane, I realized that some deserts are actually more barren than others.
1098 Barren വന്ധ്യം unable to reproduce or grow something The barren woman could never get over the fact that she couldn’t have children.
1099 Barrette ബാരെറ്റ് a typically bar-shaped clip or ornament for the hair She popped open the barrette and tried to clip it around her hair, but it was too thick.
1100 Barricade ബാരിക്കേഡ് a barrier used to close or block a road  The police set up a barricade to keep the public from entering a crime scene.
1101 Barrier തടസ്സം an obstacle that blocks access Not having transportation was a barrier to the girl enrolling in college courses.
1102 Barring തടയുന്നു excluding a person or something Barring an injury, the star quarterback will be able to play in Sunday’s big game.
1103 Barrister ബാരിസ്റ്റർ a British lawyer who is allowed to argue cases in the higher law courts While presenting his case in front of a judge, the barrister explained his client’s position.
1104 Barter ബാർട്ടർ to make an exchange using something other than a from of currency Since I do not have any money, I’m hoping I can barter my maid services in exchange for much-needed lawn care.
1105 Base അടിസ്ഥാനം the bottom section that sustains a bigger item or thing Below the Statue of Liberty on its base is an inscription welcoming and calling for any immigrants who want to make the United States their home.
1106 Baseline അടിസ്ഥാനരേഖ a minimum starting point The children will take a baseline test to determine which skills they have and which are missing.
1107 Baseness അടിസ്ഥാനതത്വം a shortage of positive qualities The political candidate’s election hopes were dashed when a book was published that detailed the baseness of his college days.
1108 Bash ബാഷ് to strike someone or something with extreme force  I wear protective face gear so that the baseball does not bash me in the face.
1109 Bashful ബാഷ്ഫുൾ shy or easily embarrassed The bashful student turned red with embarrassment.
1110 Basic അടിസ്ഥാനം simple and not complicated We choose a basic phone package, but may need to upgrade to a better plan.
1111 Basin തടം a kitchen sink My grandparents told us to wash up in the basin before suppertime.
1112 Basis അടിസ്ഥാനം foundation, base The research study had a scientific basis, but also included religious topics.
1113 Bass ബാസ് low in pitch, such as a male voice or an instrument The blues singer let out a low, deep tone with his bass guitar.
1114 Bastion കൊത്തളം an individual or object dedicated to a belief or idea In the film, the princess believed the wise old man was her last bastion of hope.
1115 Batch ബാച്ച് collection, group, or quantity of something made at one time The homemaker baked a batch of homemade chocolate chip cookies for her family.
1116 Bate ബേറ്റ് the action of a hawk beating its wings to attempt a takeoff from its perch A baby hawk will have to bate furiously to lift its tiny body out of its nest and into the air for the first time.
1117 Bathe കുളിക്കുക to clean oneself immersion in water or using water Bathe with soap and water to wash off dirt and dead skin cells.
1118 Bathos ബാത്തോസ് a sudden change in a style of writing or speech that involves going from a complex or elaborate form to a trivial one, either in topic or wording With a great deal of bathos, Lenny went from proclaiming his innocence to confessing he’d eaten the last slice of pumpkin pie.
1119 Battalion ബറ്റാലിയൻ a military unit that is usually 300 to 800 soldiers, comprised of several companies A battalion of troops is comprised of many smaller companies, so that they can be divided and deployed around the battlefield as needed.
1120 Battle യുദ്ധം a fight or confrontation in which two sides face off Losing their final battle, the Indians agreed to give up their land and move west.
1121 Battlement യുദ്ധം a wall around the top of a fortress with spaces in it through which the people inside the castle shoot weapons Behind the castle battlement, the king’s men prepared to fire their arrows at the intruders down below.
1122 Batty ബട്ടി crazy and out of one’s mind The batty woman walked the streets yelling “ca-caw” and flapping her arms as if she were a bird.
1123 Bauble ബൗബിൾ a cheap showy ornament or piece of jewelry At first I thought that the trinkets sold on the island had value, but I then realized that they were nothing other than worthless bauble.
1124 Bawl ബൗൾ to cry extremely loudly Even as the spoiled rich girl put on her diamond bracelets, she would bawl about how her parents didn’t love her.
1125 Bay ബേ an inlet by the sea where the land curves inward Otis Redding was sitting on the dock of the bay, watching the tide roll away.
1126 Bayonet ബയണറ്റ് a long knife attached to the end of a rifle He removed his bayonet from his rifle, and was using it as a combat knife now, since a rifle would be too cumbersome.
1127 Bayou ബയൂ slow-moving creek or swamp My cousin wanted to swim in the bayou until I mentioned that there were alligators in the water.
1128 Bazaar ബസാർ a market (frequently seen in the Middle East) that offers an assortment of items for purchase While shopping at the bazaar, I found a number of international foods.
1129 Beacon ബീക്കൺ a thing or person that provides guidance to people The lighthouse is a beacon for ships lost in the night.
1130 Beadle ബീഡിൽ a British term used to refer to a leader of a church who assists the minister or priest in his duties When Mr. Peterson worked as the church’s beadle, he ran most of the fundraising events for the minister.
1131 Beak കൊക്ക് the hard, pointed part of a bird’s mouth Tapping the bark with his hard beak, the woodpecker tried to use his bill to break through.
1132 Beam ബീം to smile very happily Once the baby was born, the mother would beam with pride while gazing at the newest member of her family.
1133 Beamed ബീംഡ് shined brightly During the hottest part of the day, the sun beamed down on the garden and scorched the plants with its bright light.
1134 Bear കരടി to tolerate or accept something Michelle couldn’t bear to see her ex-husband with someone else, even years after their divorce.
1135 Bearable സഹിക്കാവുന്നത് capable of being endured The window in my cell made my time in prison bearable.
1136 Bearing ബെയറിംഗ് carrying; having; withstanding Bearing a dark secret, the young girl finally confided in a guidance counselor about the abuse she suffered from her family.
1137 Beast മൃഗം a large, dangerous animal The giant beast appeared from behind the cliff and growled a fearsome snarl at the children looking for berries.
1138 Beatific മനോഹരം heavenly or blessed The bride looked angelic and wore a beatific expression as she walked down the aisle.
1139 Beatitude ഭാഗ്യം utmost bliss and happiness Her beatitude was sparked when her boyfriend proposed.
1140 Beau സുന്ദരി a wealthy gentlemen The dapper beau always dressed in his fine silk shirt, high-quality suit and a red carnation stuck in his lapel before walking outside.
1141 Beaucoup Beaucoup many; a great number The successful salesman made beaucoup money hawking thousands of cheap vehicles to unsuspecting customers.
1142 Beauteous മനോഹരം beautiful My beauteous bride glimmered in her stunning white gown, as she stood under our wedding canopy.
1143 Beautify മനോഹരമാക്കുക to make beautiful, or to increase the beauty of To beautify the earth, citizens need to keep the grounds clean.
1144 Beauty സൗന്ദര്യം the quality of being pleasing to look at because of shape, color, sound or other sensory aspects Impressed by her beauty, the man knew that he had to marry the gorgeous woman at first sight.
1145 Beck ബെക്ക് a stream that moves from a mountain Water flowed swiftly over the stony bed of the beck and emptied into a larger stream at the mountain’s edge.
1146 Beckon ബെക്കൺ to motion for an individual to come closer Because I was hungry, the restaurant seemed to beckon to me.
1147 Bedfellow ബെഡ്ഫെല്ലോ an ally or associate connected to a person through a particular activity Anthony became a bedfellow of Jared when they both joined the same fraternity.
1148 Bedizen ബെഡിസെൻ to be adorned in tawdry or loud clothing Due to the girl wanting attention, she decided to be bedizen herself with her brightly colored rhinestone jacket.
1149 Bedlam ബെഡ്‌ലാം a condition of chaos Bedlam appeared to reign in the overcrowded school cafeteria.
1150 Bedraggled കിടത്തി messy and filthy The neglected puppy was bedraggled and near-death.
1151 Bedrock ബെഡ്റോക്ക് solid rock that is under the soil In areas where soil is scarce, solid bedrock lies right under the surface.
1152 Befall സംഭവിക്കുക to occur or happen to a person If anything bad should befall me, I leave all my possessions to my loving husband.
1153 Beforehand മുൻകൂട്ടി earlier or previously Without looking down the road beforehand, the young boy quickly darted out into the street getting hit by a car.
1154 Befriend ചങ്ങാത്തം കൂടുക to become a person’s pal or friend In an effort to befriend me, my rival offered to treat me to lunch.
1155 Befuddled ആശയക്കുഴപ്പത്തിലായി puzzled; baffled Even with my professor’s help, I was still befuddled by the complicated chemistry formula.
1156 Beget ജനിപ്പിക്കുക to cause (something) to happen or exist In my dysfunctional family, fighting never failed to beget more fighting.
1157 Beggar യാചകൻ a person who begs for money or food due to extreme poverty  The homeless beggar stands outside of stores in hopes of receiving money from patrons.
1158 Beginner തുടക്കക്കാരൻ a person just learning a skill or activity The beginner bowler only knocked a couple of pins down during his first few games.
1159 Begrudge ബെഗ്രുഡ്ജ് to be envious of what one feels another does not deserve It is impossible for me to not begrudge my neighbor of the ten million dollars he won in the lottery.
1160 Beguile വഞ്ചന to attract or interest someone The car salesman tried to beguile the customer with an offer of free gas for a year.
1161 Begun ആരംഭിച്ചിരിക്കുന്നു started Right after the baby begun to cry, her mother came running into her room.
1162 Behalf വേണ്ടി representative of The director accepted the award on behalf of the entire cast.
1163 Behavior പെരുമാറ്റം conduct Explaining that his behavior was unacceptable, the teacher corrected the misbehaving student and placed him in time out.
1164 Behemoth ഭീമാകാരൻ gigantic and very powerful The monster truck rally showcased a behemoth whose tires were twice as tall as I am.
1165 Behold ഇതാ to see, or to look at Watching the fight at the arena was a sight to behold.
1166 Beholden കാണുക owing something in return for service or help  Stan refused to accept a college loan because he didn’t want to feel beholden to anyone.
1167 Behoof ബിഹൂഫ് benefit or advantage A parent forces their child to eat the vegetables they don’t like to behoof them, so they can grow up strong and healthy.
1168 Behoove Behoove in an individual’s interest If you seriously want to get your driving permit, it would behoove you to start studying for the computer test.
1169 Belabor ബെലാബോർ to emphasize an idea or suggestion too much in a way that becomes boring or annoying; to go on and on about something If you’re just going to continue to belabor the point, I’m going home.
1170 Belated വൈകി occurring past the regular time period Since I forgot about Jim’s birthday last week, I will send him a belated greeting today.
1171 Belay ബെലേ tying a rope to an object to to keep it steady or down. occassionally used to reference climbers who tie ropes to rocks to belay down the mountainside The teenagers belay their surfboards to the top of the car with bungee cords before heading to the beach.
1172 Beleaguer ബെലീഗർ to cause constant or repeated trouble for On Halloween, I know the little trick-or-treaters are going to beleaguer me all night long.
1173 Belfry ബെൽഫ്രി a bell tower attached to the top of a church or other building The Hunchback of Notre Dame lived at the top of the belfry, preferring to be with bats and bells.
1174 Belie ബെലി to give a false impression of  Jason tried to belie the fact he was a lousy worker by showing up early at the office.
1175 Belief വിശ്വാസം the feeling of being certain that something exists or is true It was the police officer’s belief that a serial killer was in the area, mainly because the murders kept happening.
1176 Believe വിശ്വസിക്കുക to consider something to be true; to have confidence or trust in something The boy doesn’t believe in monsters, but his little brother thinks that they are real.
1177 Belittle നിസ്സാരം to speak of something or someone in unflattering terms Even though John’s project was awful, I did not want to belittle his efforts so I went out of my way to pay him a compliment on his work.
1178 Bellhop ബെൽഹോപ്പ് a hotel worker who performs tasks like carrying luggage for guests The bellhop stood at the entrance of the hotel and opened the door for all incoming guests.
1179 Bellicose ബെല്ലിക്കോസ് demonstrating aggression and willingness to fight; eager for war Don’t cop that bellicose attitude with your mother!
1180 Belligerent യുദ്ധം ചെയ്യുന്ന hostile; ready to fight My brother was always belligerent and ready to fight.
1181 Bellow ബെല്ലോ a low and roaring sound  Since the medic did not have anesthesia, he expected to hear a loud bellow as he removed the bullet from the soldier.
1182 Bellwether ബെൽവെതർ something or someone that points out upcoming trends At his brokerage firm, Ted is known as the bellwether because he always knows which stocks will become profitable.
1183 Belong പെടുന്നു be the property of The dogs wear tags that show what families they belong to.
1184 Beloved പ്രിയനേ describing someone who is much loved When the beloved actor died, his passing was mourned by millions of people.
1185 Below താഴെ underneath; on a lower level The descending ship began to sink below the surface after running into the side of the shore.
1186 Bemused ആശയക്കുഴപ്പത്തിലായി preoccupied or lost in thought After listening to the confusing lecture, the college girl was bemused.
1187 Bench ബെഞ്ച് to take a player out of a game Kevin knew that his basketball coach would bench him after the physical altercation with the rival’s top player.
1188 Benchmark ബെഞ്ച്മാർക്ക് a standard or target Setting a testing benchmark for all students, administration insisted that teachers push their children towards this target.
1189 Benedict ബെനഡിക്ട് a man who was a bachelor for an extended period of time, but has recently married After living years as a single man, the benedict has now settled into married life with his new bride.
1190 Benediction അനുഗ്രഹം a brief prayer asking for a blessing or help In the hospital chapel, we said a benediction asking God to heal our mother.
1191 Benefaction ഉപകാരം a distributed donation The billionaire’s generous donation will allow us to build a new homeless shelter.
1192 Benefactor ഉപകാരി someone who helps another person, group, etc., by giving money The anonymous benefactor did not want his church donation made public.
1193 Beneficent ഗുണപ്രദം prone to doing kind and generous things My beneficent neighbor gives out meals to the poor every Sunday.
1194 Beneficial പ്രയോജനകരമായ helpful or good to something or someone The vitamins he took were beneficial to his health.
1195 Beneficiary ഗുണഭോക്താവ് a group or individual that gains something As the billionaire’s only beneficiary, Cheryl will receive the entire estate.
1196 Benefit പ്രയോജനം a payment, advantage, or gift Since I get sick a lot, my health insurance is one work-related benefit I really appreciate.
1197 Benevolence പരോപകാരം kindness; generous giving Because of the benevolence of their neighbors, the poor family was able to eat a homecooked meal every night.
1198 Benevolent പരോപകാരി willing to help, do good, and be generous towards people Holding the door open for Marie was very benevolent of you.
1199 Benighted അന്ധാളിച്ചു lacking knowledge Plantation owners viewed slaves as benighted animals who had to be told what to do at every moment.
1200 Benign ബെനിൻ having no significant effect; harmless When the doctor said my tumor was benign, I was so happy.
1201 Benignant ഗുണപ്രദം kind and goodhearted The benignant teacher volunteered her time, spreading kindness to everyone she met.
1202 Benignity ബെനിഗ്നിറ്റി the trait of being gentle and nice Jared’s benignity makes him too nice and allows him to be an easy target for con artists.
1203 Benison ബെനിസൺ a blessing Karen asked her friend to say a benison while standing over the Thanksgiving dinner with her large family.
1204 Bent വളഞ്ഞു the state of being curved, crooked, or inclined from a straight line  Molly was bent over, drinking from the water fountain.
1205 Bequeath വസ്വിയ്യത്ത് to give or leave by will  Since my father and I had often worked together on his classic car, I was not surprised to learn his will included his desire to bequeath me the vehicle.
1206 Bequest വസ്വിയ്യത്ത് property or money gifted after an individual’s death With the bequest from the deceased billionaire, the school was able to build a new dormitory.
1207 Berate ബെറേറ്റ് to yell at; to criticize or scold someone in a loud and angry way Shamefaced, the students sat quietly as Mrs. Garcia continued to berate them for the way they had treated the substitute.
1208 Bereave പിരിയുക to take away something My grandfather’s death is sure to bereave my grandmother of her happiness.
1209 Bereaved ദുഃഖിതനായി depressed as a result of a loved one’s death  The bereaved mother did not leave her home for several months.
1210 Bereavement വിയോഗം the mental state which occurs after someone has suffered a loss, usually a death When the principal died suddenly, the school district hired a bereavement counselor to help the students deal with their emotions.
1211 Bereft ബെറെഫ്റ്റ് deprived When my husband died, I felt bereft of love and hope.
1212 Beret ബെരെറ്റ് a type of round brimless cap; headgear  The green beret is a symbol of commitment and sacrifice to the brave men who challenged themselves to be the best of the best in the U.S. Army Special Forces.
1213 Berry കുരുവില്ലാപ്പഴം a small succulent fruit; of any one of many varieties  Every summer we’d pluck berries from a berry tree and make jam.
1214 Berserk ബെർസെർക്ക് out of control with high emotions; wild Jimmy went totally berserk when Sandra told him that she was breaking off their engagement.
1215 Beseech അഭ്യർത്ഥന to ask someone for something in an urgent and sincere way As soon as I reach the driving age, I will beseech my parents to buy me a car.
1216 Beset ബെസെറ്റ് to surround or attack from all sides The expectant mother was beset with a new set of anxieties every time she heard some of her friends’ stories about childbirth.
1217 Besiege ഉപരോധിക്കുക to approach with an excessive number of requests or questions The journalists will besiege the police chief with questions about the prisoner’s escape.
1218 Besmirch ബെസ്മിർച്ച് to smear an individual’s reputation or character The woman’s adultery accusation is sure to besmirch the married politician’s reputation.
1219 Besot ബെസോട്ട് to cause someone look silly or foolish, especially by drinking The huge glass of liquor besot the drunkard, causing him to dance on the bar and make stupid jokes.
1220 Besotted ബെസോട്ട്ഡ് strongly infatuated or obsessed The besotted mother treated her child like a princess, despite the fact that she risked spoiling her.
1221 Bespeak പറയുക suggest; indicate Thousands of homeless old-timers in the city might bespeak a larger scale problem with our national veteran services.
1222 Bespoke പറഞ്ഞു individually or custom made Jack is a master tailor who creates bespoke suits.
1223 Bestial മൃഗീയമായ like a wild animal or beast, exceptionally violent and cruel At the movie’s conclusion, there was a bestial scene that ended with the beheading of the bad guy.
1224 Bestow സമ്മാനിക്കുക to give as a tribute or gift During the ceremony, the prime minister will bestow medals of honor to the brave soldiers who rescued their comrades.
1225 Bestowal നൽകൽ to freely give something as a gift Mr. Markham’s bestowal of such high dowries to his 10 daughters was a surprise to everyone because for years they believed him penniless.
1226 Bestowed സമ്മാനിച്ചു presented with The queen bestowed a title upon the man who saved her life.
1227 Bestride ബെസ്‌ട്രൈഡ് to sit with legs on both sides of something After mounting, the children over six years old would bestride the horse.
1228 Bet പന്തയം to risk something against another person on the outcome of a future event I am going to bet fifty dollars against my friend that it is going to snow today, while he is betting fifty that it will not.
1229 Betoken ബെറ്റോകെൻ indicate or specify  In college, a sock wrapped around the door knob serves to betoken a roommate has a guest and does not wish to be disturbed.
1230 Betray ഒറ്റിക്കൊടുക്കുക expose (one’s country, a group, or a person) to danger by treacherously giving information to an enemy Harry decided to betray his country and spy for the enemy, despite all that America had done for him.
1231 Betterment മെച്ചപ്പെടുത്തൽ the process of improving something and making it better The teacher put in long hours of after school tutoring for the betterment of her students.
1232 Between ഇടയിൽ at, into, or across the space separating two objects or regions She hid her love letters between the pages of her favorite book.
1233 Betwixt ഇടയ്ക്ക് between, specifically between two objects Steven shaved off the hair betwixt his nose and upper lip, otherwise known as the mustache.
1234 Bevel ബെവൽ to create a sloping surface or edge The carpenter will bevel the roof so that it slopes down slightly on both sides.
1235 Bevy ബെവി a sizable group of things or individuals In hopes of receiving a bevy of presents, Hank invited a lot of people to his birthday party.
1236 Bewail വിലപിക്കുക expressing extreme sorrow by crying or complaining  During lunch Matt took the opportunity to bewail the incompetence of his office mates.
1237 Beware സൂക്ഷിക്കുക to use caution, pay attention to  Beware of falling rocks from the top of the mountain.
1238 Bewildered ആശയക്കുഴപ്പത്തിലായി puzzled or confused  Jason was bewildered by the strange noises coming from his neighbor’s house.
1239 Bewilderment ആശയക്കുഴപ്പം the circumstance of being in a puzzled state I stared in bewilderment at the cat and dog dancing together.
1240 Bewitched മയക്കി to cast a magical spell on someone Evil witches bewitched the children and ate them for lunch once they were under their spell.
1241 Beyond അപ്പുറം past a specified point The prisoners couldn’t see beyond the barbed wire fence that surrounded their compound.
1242 Bias പക്ഷപാതം prejudice favoring a person, thing or group, most often in a way thought to be unfair  After a long court battle, the firm was found guilty of showing bias against females in its promotion practices.
1243 Bib ബിബ് a piece of cloth or plastic fitted around the neck of a person to prevent food from getting on their clothes while they eat, typically used for babies Because babies are such messy eaters, we often tie a bib around their neck to catch any of the food they drop form their mouths or hands.
1244 Bibliography ഗ്രന്ഥസൂചിക a list of the works referred to in a scholarly piece, usually at the end in the form of an appendix Most English teachers require you to have a bibliography with your research paper, giving proof of where you got all of your information.
1245 Bicameral ഉഭയസഭ having two distinct compartments or chambers The legislative portion of the United Sates government is bicameral and consists of two bodies of lawmakers, senators and representatives.
1246 Bicentennial ദ്വിശതാബ്ദി taking place every two hundred years  The bicentennial of the war marks two hundred years since the conflict.
1247 Bicker ബിക്കർ to argue about inconsequential or unimportant things Young children are more likely to bicker about things that really don’t matter, such as who gets to play with a certain toy or who gets to ride in the front seat of the car.
1248 Bid ലേലം വിളിക്കുക to put in an offer to buy something, especially at an auction At the auction, the dealer bid on several different vehicles that were for sale.
1249 Bidet ബിഡെറ്റ് a low oval basin used for washing one’s genital The restroom had a toilet as well as a bidet that was used to clean oneself after using the bathroom.
1250 Bier ബിയർ a frame on which a dead body or a coffin is carried before a funeral The funeral director placed the corpse on the bier and had the burial frame moved to the cemetery.
1251 Bifurcate വിഭജിക്കുക divided or forked into two If citizens are worried about a government having too much power, a bifurcate government would allow one branch to check the other branch
1252 Big വലിയ of considerable size, extent, or intensity Sometimes the world felt so big and she was just a tiny speck on the surface of the planet.
1253 Bigly വലുതായി with great force, strongly Attacking bigly, David was able to defeat Goliath with a single shot.
1254 Bigot മതഭ്രാന്തൻ a person who is obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices The bigot was a lonely old man who thought everyone was inferior to him.
1255 Bilingual ദ്വിഭാഷ having the ability to speak two languages Because Debra is a bilingual, she is often chosen to translate between English and Spanish speakers.
1256 Bilious പിത്തരസം annoyed; bad-tempered Our bilious neighbor is known for his bad attitude.
1257 Bilk ബിൽക്ക് defraud, cheat Because he has always been so anti-government, he constantly accuses the President and Congress of trying to bilk tax-payers out of their hard-earned cash.
1258 Billet ബില്ലറ്റ് a private nonmilitary house where soldiers were assigned to lodge During the Second World War the building became a billet for soldiers.
1259 Billfold ബിൽഫോൾഡ് a wallet typically made of leather that is thin enough to fold on itself several times I prefer a billfold for my wallet, since it folds the bills inside of it for easy distribution when I have to pay someone in cash.
1260 Billingsgate ബില്ലിംഗ്ഗേറ്റ് harshly offensive and rude talking Due to the billingsgate coming from the mouth of the disrespectful student to his teacher, the boy was suspended for a few days.
1261 Billowing ബില്ലിംഗ് swelling out or bulging As soon as the window was opened, the billowing curtains announced a cool breeze that was much needed on a hot day.
1262 Bin ബിൻ a container that is used to store things The teacher stored glue, scissors, and other school supplies in a small bin.
1263 Binary ബൈനറി associated with two elements or items In a game of chess, the results are binary, one winner and one loser.
1264 Bind ബന്ധിക്കുക to tie or fasten Family are the ties that bind us to our history and remind us where we come from.
1265 Binge അമിതമായി a short period of excessive consumption If I continue to binge on junk food I will become obese.
1266 Biodegradable ബയോഡീഗ്രേഡബിൾ having the ability to decompose organically without leaving an imprint on its surroundings We avoid using foam plates because they aren’t biodegradable and as such will remain at the dump for hundreds of years.
1267 Biodiversity ജൈവവൈവിധ്യം refers to the level of variety in living creatures and plants within a particular area The biodiversity of this lake is extremely high, with several dozen species of fish and birds living in or near it.
1268 Biography ജീവചരിത്രം a person’s life story as told by another person It took me years to shape the president’s life story into an engaging biography.
1269 Biology ജീവശാസ്ത്രം study of living matter In biology class, we studied the human body and how it works.
1270 Biomass ബയോമാസ് plant life used as a source of energy or fuel The biomass that fuels the bus comes from processed vegetation.
1271 Biome ബയോം a large naturally occurring community of flora and fauna occupying a major habitat, e.g., forest or tundra The tundra biome consists of icy landscapes, heavily furred woodland animals, and cool to freezing temperatures.
1272 Biopsy ബയോപ്സി the act of removing and examining cells, fluids, or tissue to identify medical conditions The doctor is going to perform a tissue biopsy to see if cancer is present in my lungs.
1273 Biosphere ജൈവമണ്ഡലം the combined regions of a planet that make it habitable and sustainable for living organisms Earth’s biosphere is made up of all living things, from the oceans to plants to the very atmosphere.
1274 Biotic ബയോട്ടിക് associated with living creatures Any living part of an environment is a biotic element.
1275 Bipartisan ഉഭയകക്ഷി relating to supporters of two unlike groups It will take a bipartisan effort to turn the bill into a law.
1276 Biped ഇരുമുടിക്കെട്ട് an animal that walks on two feet Because my cat has four feet and not two, it is definitely not a biped.
1277 Bipolar ബൈപോളാർ a mental health disorder causing severe mood swings  Bipolar moods may shift from depressed to manic and back to depressed again.
1278 Birch ബിർച്ച് a slender and smooth tree that has a wood covering that is usually white The woman picked a bundle of thin switches from the birch tree to create a broom.
1279 Birdbath പക്ഷികുളി a small basin filled with water that birds can bathe in Inside the garden, a rainwater-filled basin served as a birdbath for the bluebirds.
1280 Birther ജനനം a person who believes former President Barack Obama was not born in the United States and should have been disqualified from being president The birther is adamant that President Obama was born in Kenya and not the United States.
1281 Bitten കടിച്ചു having been wounded when a person or animal’s teeth were pushed down into the skin After being bitten by a poisonous snake, the injured hiker was rushed to the hospital.
1282 Bitter കയ്പേറിയ agitated, disgruntled, or angry about something My wife was bitter towards me after she found out that I had been hanging around an old girlfriend from school, even though we didn’t do anything.
1283 Bittersweet കയ്പേറിയ മധുരം something that offers both joy and pain or the tastes of sweet and bitter together Saying goodbye to my husband was such a bittersweet experience for me.
1284 Bivouac Bivouac a makeshift shelter that is generally used only for a night When the storm started, the soldier built a bivouac for shelter.
1285 Biweekly ദ്വൈവാരം once every two weeks Being paid biweekly means that I have to manage my paycheck wisely for two weeks.
1286 Blab ബ്ലാബ് to talk or gossip too much At recess, the mouthy students continued to blab about why they hated their teacher.
1287 Black കറുപ്പ് of the darkest color, like coal or the sky at midnight As the fire raged on, black clouds of smoke made the white clouds look dark.
1288 Blacklist കരിമ്പട്ടിക to put a person or company’s name on a list of things that are not acceptable and should be boycotted The producer threatened to blacklist the actor and stop him from ever working in Hollywood again.
1289 Blackmail ബ്ലാക്ക് മെയിൽ ചെയ്യുക to extort money from another by means of intimidation to not release damaging information The strange man tried to blackmail the clerk into helping him draw the money, but he failed.
1290 Blade ബ്ലേഡ് the flat edge of a knife, saw, or a weapon Using the blade of the knife, the mailman was able to slice the tape holding the box together.
1291 Blame കുറ്റപ്പെടുത്തുക to assign fault or responsibility Although I no longer blame my father for my parent’s divorce, my mother is still holding a grudge.
1292 Blameless കുറ്റമറ്റ free of blame or innocent of wrongdoing Many blameless individuals have been wrongly imprisoned or punished due to an improper trial or coincidental evidence.
1293 Blanch ബ്ലാഞ്ച് to grow fairer or paler as a result of fright or amazement The snake’s presence made the normally dark Gail blanch in fear.
1294 Bland ബ്ലാൻഡ് wanting in quality, taste, or seasonings  The bland salad will taste better if you add salt and pepper to it.
1295 Blandish ബ്ലാണ്ടിഷ് to persuade or influence someone by using flattery Because he wanted to go to the game so badly, Joe tried to blandish his mother by complimenting her hair.
1296 Blandishment ബ്ലാൻഡിഷ്മെന്റ് the use of flattery (sweet-talk) and enticements to persuade somebody gently to do something Even though the salesman produced every blandishment he could think of from his bag of tricks, his prospect wouldn’t be budged by his flattery.
1297 Blaring ബ്ലാറിംഗ് to make or cause sound to play loudly With siren blaring, the fire truck raced off noisily into the night
1298 Blase ബ്ലേസ് indifferent because of frequent exposure After going on eight cruises, I am blasé about the whole cruising experience.
1299 Blasphemy ദൈവദൂഷണം great disrespect shown to God or something holy My grandmother is very religious and will kick you out of her house if you display blasphemy in any form.
1300 Blast സ്ഫോടനം an explosion Each blast of dynamite seemed to rock and shake the city to its core.
1301 Blatant ബ്ലാറ്റന്റ് completely obvious, especially in an offensive manner When the judge heard the defendant’s blatant lie, he became very angry.
1302 Blather ബ്ലാതർ to ramble on for a long period of time I didn’t want to listen to my teacher blather on about his sister’s wedding in math class.
1303 Blatherskite ബ്ലാതർസ്കൈറ്റ് a person who constantly talks, usually about nothing important My aunt is a blatherskite who talks constantly.
1304 Blaze ജ്വലനം a fire that is burning intensely Last night firefighters worked tirelessly to control the blaze that consumed the old train station.
1305 Blazon ബ്ലാസൺ to exhibit in a vivid manner To blazon his wealth, the king wore a crown adorned with hundreds of jewels.
1306 Bleary ബ്ലെരി blurred eyes from being tired, upset, or as a result of old age She wiped the sleep from her bleary eyes and yawned.
1307 Blemish കളങ്കം a small flaw or imperfection that ruins the appearance of something Oliver was worried that the small blemish on the tip of his nose would stand out in the wedding photographs.
1308 Blend ബ്ലെൻഡ് a mixture of two or more things I plan on breaking up with my girlfriend because our views on important issues do not blend well together.
1309 Bless അനുഗ്രഹിക്കൂ to express gratitude or thank someone The old woman that I helped across the street said ‘bless you for your kindness’ as a means of gratitude.
1310 Blessed അനുഗൃഹീത to have made something holy The newlywed’s marriage was blessed by the local pastor as a holy union.
1311 Blest ബ്ലെസ്റ്റ് an archaic term meaning blessed and made holy The priest came to the house and blest the family, ridding it from anything unholy.
1312 Blimp ബ്ലിംപ് an large, balloon-shaped aircraft with no wings that stays afloat by pressure from contained gas The Goodyear blimp flew slowly about the football stadium and advertised for the company on its balloon-shaped body.
1313 Blind അന്ധൻ not able to see or failing to understand Jack’s eyesight continued to get worse, making him fear that he would go blind.
1314 Blindly അന്ധമായി doing something in an unaware manner, without thinking about the conditions or without protest Molly blindly trusted the smooth-talking car salesman since she really wanted the car to run well even though the engine’s noise was loud.
1315 Blip ബ്ലിപ്പ് an unexpected and minor deviation from the norm We usually ride to school with our mom, but there was a blip in the routine the day we had to take the bus instead.
1316 Bliss പരമാനന്ദം total happiness People who suffer from severe depression rarely experience days of bliss.
1317 Blissful പരമാനന്ദാത്മകം extremely happy; full of joy The couple was very blissful on their wedding day.
1318 Blister ബ്ലിസ്റ്റർ a raised place or bubble on the skin or the surface of an object After walking in uncomfortable shoes all day, Tia felt a small blister rising up on her foot.
1319 Blithe ബ്ലിത്ത് carefree and unconcerned The rebellious teenager was blithe about her failing grades.
1320 Blithesome ഉജ്ജ്വലമായ cheerful and lighthearted The magician practices blithesome magic that is lighthearted enough to make almost anyone smile.
1321 Blitz ബ്ലിറ്റ്സ് a sudden or intensive effort, often referring to a military attack The blitz bombing caught their adversaries by surprise, allowing them to win the war.
1322 Blitzkrieg ബ്ലിറ്റ്സ്ക്രീഗ് a ruthless attack designed to quickly defeat or stun another Although the Japanese might have planned dropping bombs on Pearl Harbor as a blitzkrieg attack, the United States did not surrender.
1323 Blizzard ബ്ലിസാർഡ് a severe snowstorm with strong winds and reduced visibility The weather forecaster upgraded the simple snow showers to a blizzard due to expectant high 40 mph winds and at least 12 feet of snow.
1324 Bloat വീർപ്പുമുട്ടുക to make or become swollen with fluid Eating too much salt causes the patient’s legs and feet to bloat to 2x their original size.
1325 Bloated വീർത്തു swollen with fluid The puppy’s belly seems bloated, but we aren’t sure if it is extra fluid or puppies.
1326 Blob ബ്ലോബ് thick or sticky liquid is a small, often round A blob of snot hung down from the sick toddler’s wet nose.
1327 Bloc ബ്ലോക്ക് an alliance of countries or people that work together for a goal A powerful military bloc was formed between the three countries to stop their enemies from invading the alliance territory.
1328 Blockade ഉപരോധം something used to block access to a certain area The bank robbers used furniture as a blockade to prevent the police from quietly entering the building.
1329 Bloke ബ്ലോക്ക് slang term for a man I went to the club where this bloke was the doorman.
1330 Blot ബ്ലോട്ട് to dab at a spot or stain in order to remove it After dripping spaghetti sauce on her dress, the woman took a napkin and began to blot the stain.
1331 Bloviate ബ്ലോവിയേറ്റ് to talk for a long time, typically about nothing important I hate talking to Ricky because he likes to bloviate so much in our conversations, going on for twenty minutes about anything and everything.
1332 Blow ഊതുക a setback or misfortune The loss of her job during layoffs came as huge blow to the seasoned employee.
1333 Bludgeon ബ്ലഡ്ജിയോൺ to strike over and over again with a weighty object  The witness saw the suspect bludgeon the victim with a baseball bat.
1334 Blueprint ബ്ലൂപ്രിന്റ് a design plan or a detailed technical drawing Because the blueprint seemed to be missing some details, the builders were concerned.
1335 Bluestocking ബ്ലൂസ്റ്റോക്കിംഗ് an educated, intellectual woman who is interested in books and ideas usually refers to a specific group of women in the 18th century Elizabeth was a 18th century bluestocking who was much more interested in books than men.
1336 Blunder മണ്ടത്തരം a clumsy or embarrassing mistake Because he was not paying close attention, the driver made a blunder by hitting a stop sign.
1337 Blunt ബ്ലണ്ട് very direct in one’s words, usually in a negative manner and in a rude way My aunt is quite blunt so it was no surprise when she gave her opinions on the unsightly décor.
1338 Blurry മങ്ങിയ Not clear, crisp, or focused Due to the excessive rain, the windshield became a blurry screen that made it impossible to see through.
1339 Blush ബ്ലഷ് for a person’s face to redden in color due to awkwardness or shame As the teenager’s friends would tease him about his love interest, he would blush with embarrassment.
1340 Blustery ബ്ലസ്റ്ററി blowing in loud and abrupt bursts During the blizzard, the blustery wind echoed eerily throughout the house.
1341 Board ബോർഡ് a panel or plank A wooden board was placed across each window to keep neighborhood hooligans from breaking the windows out.
1342 Boast പൊങ്ങച്ചം brag I didn’t want to boast, but I did exceptionally well on my college entrance exam.
1343 Boastful പൊങ്ങച്ചം bragging No one liked my rich friend’s boastful attitude about his money.
1344 Bobble ബോബിൾ to move about up and down or side to side in a jerky motion The fisherman’s string began to bobble up and down, letting him know that a fish was on the line.
1345 Bodacious ബോഡസിയസ് extraordinary or amazing Surfers will frequently ride the most bodacious wave that is over 20 feet tall without wiping out.
1346 Bode ബോഡ് being a predictor of a specific result or outcome The harsh reviews do not bode kindly on the playwright’s latest stage production.
1347 Bodice ബോഡിസ് the part of a woman’s dress that is above the waist, but doesn’t include the sleeves The dress’s bodice needs to be taken in since its wearer has lost weight in her top half over the last few months.
1348 Bog ചതുപ്പുനിലം similar to a swamp but it is a collection of large stagnant water that is usually located on a higher level than what is around it Scientists put on their wading boots so that they could march up the incline to test the plant life in the bog.
1349 Boggle ബോഗിൾ to baffle or confuse someone’s mind Difficult math equations and tricky logic questions were enough to boggle the minds of the students.
1350 Bogus വ്യാജം not real; fake The jewelry store owner was arrested for selling bogus diamonds as genuine gems.
1351 Boisterous ബഹളമയം Noisy, energetic, and rowdy Your boisterous actions at church cannot be tolerated.
1352 Bold ധീരമായ courageous, not afraid Because I was bold, my friends pushed me into the haunted house ahead of them.
1353 Boldness ധൈര്യം being courageous or daring Attempting to answer every question in front of his snickering peers even though the teenage boy was wrong some of the time revealed his boldness to the class.
1354 Bolster ബോൾസ്റ്റർ to make something stronger or bolder Free tickets were given away to bolster attendance at the game.
1355 Bombastic ബോംബാസ്റ്റിക് one who is full of himself; a self absorbed person; giving oneself high self-esteem or exaggerated dignity  Because he is a bit too bombastic for me, I will not be voting for that politician again!
1356 Bombinate ബോംബെറ്റ് to make a buzzing or humming noise After the maid plugged in the vacuum cleaner, it began to bombinate loudly.
1357 Bond ബോണ്ട് to attach or stick In order for the wooden planks to bond to the subflooring, a strong adhesive designed for sturdy wood would have to be applied to each plank.
1358 Bonhomie ബോൺഹോമി friendliness; a pleasant, good-natured manner The life-long friends experienced a sense of bonhomie whenever they got together.
1359 Bonkers ബോങ്കർമാർ crazy; insane Even though she acts bonkers on the television show, the skilled actress isn’t crazy in real life.
1360 Bonnet ബോണറ്റ് a woman’s or child’s hat tied under the chin, typically with a brim framing the face The young mother placed the bonnet on her daughter’s head and tied the ribbon beneath her chin.
1361 Bonus ബോണസ് something extra or more that is added When Christmas arrives, you will receive a large cash bonus for all your hard work.
1362 Book പുസ്തകം to reserve or purchase something ahead of time The manager tried to book a meeting room at the office building, but none were empty.
1363 Bookkeeping ബുക്ക് കീപ്പിംഗ് the recording of financial transactions on a daily basis Only one accountant is responsible for the bookkeeping while the other deal with other financial transactions.
1364 Booklore പുസ്തകങ്ങൾ knowledge gained from reading books Because he is an avid reader, the boy’s head is filled with imaginative booklore.
1365 Bookworm പുസ്തകപ്പുഴു someone who spends an inordinate amount of time studying or reading Hermione Granger is a bookworm who would much rather spend her time in the library reading than socializing.
1366 Boom ബൂം a sound that is loud and deep A loud boom could be heard across the city as the thunderstorm raged on throughout the evening.
1367 Boomerang ബൂമറാംഗ് (of a plan) to backfire or reverse with negative consequences Freda warned her husband that his shady business deals could boomerang back and cost him a lot of money.
1368 Boon ബോൺ a benefit or blessing for which one should be grateful The donation from the billionaire was a nice boon for the homeless charity.
1369 Boondoggle ബൂൺഡോഗിൾ a simple craft-like creation usually made by a pioneer or outdoorsy person The troop leader had his scouts make a boondoggle with the yarn and plastic loops in order to be used as a keychain.
1370 Boor ബൂർ an insensitive or inconsiderate individual Jack was such a boor he would not even hold a door for his mother.
1371 Boorish ബൂരിഷ്  bad-mannered, rude, or insensitive The comedian’s jokes were so vulgar and boorish that the only ones left in the audience were those who were too drunk to be offended.
1372 Boost ബൂസ്റ്റ് to help, stimulate, or encourage something to improve My kind words encouraged my sister to continue doing her best, and that boost really helped her improve.
1373 Boozy ബോസി intoxicated; drunk from consuming alcohol Boozy from the beer, the barfly stumbled around the bar asking everyone to buy him another round.
1374 Border അതിർത്തി the outer edge of something  A square picture is mounted on a larger rectangular sheet of paper leaving a border around the picture.
1375 Bore ബോർ a person or thing that is dull and wearisome My teacher is such a bore she puts most of the class to sleep.
1376 Bored ബോറടിക്കുന്നു having nothing of interest to do Because he was so bored and had nothing to do, Jeff ended up falling asleep on the couch.
1377 Boredom വിരസത the state of feeling dull and uninterested because you have nothing to do With nothing to do in the summer, the kids were suffering from boredom.
1378 Borked ബോർക്ക് ചെയ്തു to obstruct someone from achieving a position of political power through defamation The would-be senator was borked by his rival when the latter dug up some unflattering evidence of a not so honorable past.
1379 Borne ജനിച്ചത് carried or spread by The illness was borne through undercooked food.
1380 Borough ബറോ a town that has its own government Bronx and Manhattan are both a part of New York City, but each is also an independent borough.
1381 Borrow കടം വാങ്ങുക to receive something temporarily  Can I borrow your car for the weekend? I promise to return it Sunday night.
1382 Bossy ബോസി characteristic of a person who prefers to be in charge and give orders Monica’s sister was always so bossy and telling her what to do.
1383 Botanical ബൊട്ടാണിക്കൽ related to plants Botanical gardens, full of beautiful flowers and plants, surrounded the zoo.
1384 Botany സസ്യശാസ്ത്രം the scientific study of plants Studying botany was a way for George Washington Carver to enjoy doing what he loved while figuring out ways to help the world through peanut plants.
1385 Botch ബോച്ച് to mess up or ruin You will botch the recipe if you leave the chicken in the marinade for too long.
1386 Bothersome ശല്യപ്പെടുത്തുന്ന causing bother or irritability Living close to the airport, the constant aircraft noise is particularly bothersome when I’m trying to sleep.
1387 Bottleneck തടസ്സം a point where something large is forced into a narrower space In a bottle of water, there is a literal bottleneck at the top where the large space of the bottle narrows to fit someone’s mouth.
1388 Bottomless അടിയൊഴുക്ക് limitless; having an unlimited supply The waitress brought a bottomless supply of chips and salsa to our table all night long.
1389 Bough ബഫ് a large tree branch Mulberries sprouted in each direction off of the main bough of the tree.
1390 Bought വാങ്ങി purchased The customer bought several different beauty products from the department store, but the concealer was by far her favorite purchase.
1391 Boulder ബോൾഡർ a large rock typically made smooth by erosion A large boulder fell from the cliffs above during the storm, blocking the road with its smooth surface.
1392 Bounce ബൗൺസ് to move quickly up and down  My children aren’t allowed to bounce on the bed when they play in their room.
1393 Bound ബന്ധിക്കപ്പെട്ടിരിക്കുന്നു tied up As the robber bound his hands together, the store clerk prayed that he would only be tied up and not killed.
1394 Boundary അതിർത്തി a line that marks the limits of an area  The boundary between North and South Korea is marked by a barrier that functions as a demilitarized zone.
1395 Boundless അതിരുകളില്ലാത്ത unlimited; endless Technological advances seem boundless as we continue to invent new, high-tech devices every day.
1396 Bounteous ഔദാര്യം ample; lavish The bounteous buffet could probably feed thousands of people.
1397 Bountiful ഔദാര്യമുള്ള having a generous amount  Since we had a bountiful harvest this year, we were able to donate a good portion of our crops to a local soup kitchen.
1398 Bounty ഔദാര്യം an abundance A bounty of sheep filled the field, causing the entire area to look white like snow.
1399 Bouquet പൂച്ചെണ്ട് a creative arrangement of flowers  Our local florist created a lovely bridal bouquet of red and white flowers for my daughter’s wedding.
1400 Bourgeois ബൂർഷ്വാ characteristic of the social middle class or relating to one who likes to put on airs  After surviving the plane crash, Eric gave up his bourgeois life and joined the priesthood.
1401 Bout ബൗട്ട് a period of something, usually painful or unpleasant After missing four days of school due to a bout of flu, Emily struggled to make up her missing work.
1402 Boutique ബോട്ടിക് a small store that sells fashionable items The boutique specializes in plus size clothing and caters to women with curvier figures.
1403 Bow വില്ല് a looped knot that is tied into something The small girl was taught how to make a two-looped bow out of her shoestring.
1404 Bowdlerize ബൗഡ്ലറൈസ് to delete or change the parts of a text that are viewed as offensive If you do not want to offend your teacher with that profane language, you should bowdlerize the story before handing it in for a grade.
1405 Boyhood ബാല്യകാലം the state or period of being a boy The man was going to buy his boyhood home so he could recapture his childhood memories.
1406 Bracken ബ്രാക്കൻ any of several coarse ferns The leaves of the western bracken fern are normally 1 to 10 feet long.
1407 Bracket ബ്രാക്കറ്റ് a category or group that people or things are placed in Only teams were left in the lower bracket and had to face off for the division championship.
1408 Brackish ഉപ്പുവെള്ളം unappealing in taste Since the water on the island tasted brackish, I decided not to drink it.
1409 Brackish ഉപ്പുവെള്ളം slightly salty The diner complained that his meal was too brackish to consume.
1410 Brag പൊങ്ങച്ചം പറയുക boastful talk  Kevin would often brag about his many girlfriends when he was in the company of friends.
1411 Braille ബ്രെയിലി a writing system consisting of raised dots used to help people who are blind read material Running her fingers along the raised dots, the blind woman read the book written in braille.
1412 Brainstorm മസ്തിഷ്ക കൊടുങ്കാറ്റ് the pondering of ideas by one or more individuals as a way to come up with a plan or solution to a problem Writers often brainstorm ideas for their stories before actually beginning to draft their books.
1413 Brandish ബ്രാണ്ടിഷ് to gesture while holding a weapon or other item as a threat When the crazed man decided to brandish a gun in the airport, he was immediately shot by a security guard.
1414 Brash ബ്രഷ് assertive in an aggressive way that often comes across as unpleasant Because Anna is so brash at work, she often offends people with her aggressive personality.
1415 Brashness ബ്രഷ്നെസ്സ് bold assertiveness The aggressive racecar driver is known for his brashness when zooming down the track.
1416 Brassy പിച്ചള looking like brass The brassy jewelry shined with a golden twinkle in the sunlight.
1417 Bravado ബ്രാവോഡോ a show of defiance or courage Compared to the other contestants on the reality show, Monica wasn’t able to adopt a show of bravado and eat the bowl of squirming insects.
1418 Brave ധൈര്യശാലി courageous, willing to take action The brave woman served as a spy in the army, putting herself at risk while helping her country.
1419 Bravery ധീരത courage; coldness Demonstrating bravery and courage, the private prepared to engage in battle with the enemy.
1420 Breadth വീതിയും the extent or measure of how broad or wide something is The gossip quickly spanned the breadth of the school building.
1421 Breakthrough മുന്നേറ്റം a sudden discovery or overcoming of an obstacle A medical breakthrough suddenly allowed doctors to cure a disease that once killed thousands of people.
1422 Breath ശ്വാസം the air that you take in or send out of your lungs After a ten mile trek, the exhausted hiker was panting and out of breath.
1423 Breathe ശ്വസിക്കുക the intake and release of air Because we cannot breathe under water, swimmers can only stay under for a short amount of time.
1424 Breathless ശ്വാസം കിട്ടാതെ panting or gasping for breath On the other end of the phone, Phyllis heard a breathless voice gasping as it spoke.
1425 Breathtaking ശ്വാസോച്ഛ്വാസം something so dazzling it leaves you speechless or unable to move Aphrodite was a breathtaking goddess whose beauty stunned men into silence.
1426 Breed ഇനം a class of animals within a species that have similar physical characteristics My dog is part of a very small breed that originated in Spain.
1427 Breeze കാറ്റ് gentle, blowing wind Rocking back and forth, the hammock was moved by a gentle breeze.
1428 Brethren സഹോദരങ്ങളെ the body of members, especially of a fraternal, religious or military order Exhausted by the days’ events, the brethren trudged towards the enemy ready to fight until the bitter end.
1429 Brevity സംക്ഷിപ്തത the quality of expressing something in very few words; briefness I hope the minister exercises brevity in his sermon today.
1430 Brew ബ്രൂ to prepare a hot drink At Starbucks, the employees brew a wide range of coffees and teas for their customers.
1431 Bribe കൈക്കൂലി money or something valuable given to tempt someone to do what you want When we went grocery store shopping, Mom would bribe me to behave by giving me candy.
1432 Bridal വധു Relating to a woman who is getting married (a bride) The woman’s bridal dress was too tight for her wedding day and had to be let out by a seamstress.
1433 Bridle കടിഞ്ഞാൺ the strap located around the head and neck of a horse that the rider holds onto With the bridle attached to the reins, the girl tugged the reins pulling the horse’s head to its chest.
1434 Briefly ചുരുക്കത്തിൽ for a moment The instructor briefly summarized the previous lesson before moving on to the next chapter.
1435 Bright തെളിച്ചമുള്ളത് shining or giving off a lot of light Letting off bright light, the sun beamed down on the sweaty construction workers.
1436 Bright തെളിച്ചമുള്ളത് very smart; intelligent The bright child is much smarter than the other children in her classroom.
1437 Brilliance ദീപ്തി exceptional intelligence or talent The genius’s brilliance allowed him to come up with some life-changing surgical techniques.
1438 Brilliant മിടുക്കൻ very wise or skilled The only thing that seemed to anger the teacher was when a student with a brilliant mind would waste it by refusing to work.
1439 Brimming ബ്രൈമിംഗ് fill or be full to the point of overflowing Her eyes were brimming with so many tears that they threatened to overflow.
1440 Brink ബ്രിങ്ക് the very edge or border A few years ago, the economy was on the brink of collapse due to inflation and several other factors.
1441 Brinkmanship ബ്രിങ്ക്മാൻഷിപ്പ് the habit of following a path to the point of danger before turning back or stopping, normally seen in political affairs  The Asian dictator is caught up in his brinksmanship and insists on making nuclear threats.
1442 Brisk ചടുലമായ very active and quick My grandmother’s exercise regime is to walk the mall at a brisk pace.
1443 Bristle ബ്രിസ്റ്റിൽ to display indications of being angry An honest man will bristle at the suggestion of taking something that doesn’t belong to him.
1444 Brittle പൊട്ടുന്ന easy to break Margaret uses tons of products to stop her brittle hair from breaking.
1445 Broach ബ്രോച്ച് to mention a topic for debate or discussion Candace was afraid to broach the subject of divorce to her abusive husband.
1446 Broad വിശാലമായ wide in extent or scope  There was broad agreement on the issue of equal pay for women.
1447 Broadcast പ്രക്ഷേപണം a radio or television program My favorite broadcast usually comes on at eight, but to my dismay, it was replaced by a special program tonight.
1448 Broaden വിശാലമാക്കുക to widen or become larger The road crew is working to broaden the roadway so that more cars can drive through at one time.
1449 Brobdingnagian ബ്രോബ്ഡിംഗ്നാഗിയൻ gigantic; huge The brobdingnagian hamburger was so large that it would not fit inside my mouth for a bite.
1450 Brocade ബ്രോക്കേഡ് a thick patterned material sometimes made with gold coloring Making my dress from brocade may cause discomfort for me since it will feel so weighted down as I walk.
1451 Brochure ലഘുപത്രിക a folded page or couple of pages created to inform or promote something that usually contains text and/or pictures While at the doctor’s office, Dr. Murphy handed me a brochure to read so that I would know how to handle and maintain my fibromyalgia.
1452 Broil ബ്രോയിൽ to cook with strong, direct heat We had a bonfire and decided to broil the marshmallows for s’mores.
1453 Broken തകർന്നു fragmented, in separate pieces  The broken plate lay in pieces on the floor.
1454 Broker ബ്രോക്കർ a person who buys and sells assets for others The mortgage broker was able to negotiate a favorable loan for the potential buyers.
1455 Bronze വെങ്കലം mixture of metal and tin that is yellowish brown The penny is the only bronze colored coined regularly used in the US.
1456 Brood ബ്രൂഡ് the offspring or youngsters in a household unit  Because my wife is pregnant, our brood will be increasing in February.
1457 Brooding ബ്രൂഡിംഗ് appearing to worry about something When my father is quiet and in a brooding mood, it is best not to disturb him.
1458 Brook ബ്രൂക്ക് a body of running water smaller than a river; a small stream Oscar and I prefer to fish at the quiet brook because it is less crowded than the beach.
1459 Brotherhood സാഹോദര്യം a friendship bond between two men or a group of men A bond of brotherhood held the soldiers together even after they left the military.
1460 Brought കൊണ്ടുവന്നു transported; carried Most immigrants arriving on Ellis Island only brought the clothes on their backs and few necessities.
1461 Brouhaha ബ്രൂഹാഹ an uproar about something insignificant My sister, the drama queen, made a huge brouhaha over her broken nail.
1462 Browbeat ബ്രൗബീറ്റ് to bully in an intimidating way The con man browbeat James into giving him the keys to the vault.
1463 Browse ബ്രൗസ് ചെയ്യുക to casually look at something, usually when reading or considering a purchase My mother likes to shop for shoes in town, while I prefer to browse online.
1464 Bruise ചതവ് a blue and black mark on the skin that is an injury After falling down the wooden stairs, the boy had a noticeable dark bruise on his leg when it hit one of the railings.
1465 Bruit ബ്രൂട്ട് a report or a rumor The soldier delivered a bruit to his commander, detailing the events of the mission his soldiers had been dispatched on.
1466 Brunt ബ്രണ്ട് the most unpleasant part of something As the task manager, my husband will bear the brunt of the client’s anger when the project is not finished on time.
1467 Brusque ബ്രുസ്ക് blunt in manner or speech to the point of harshness What did I do to make you so brusque with me?
1468 Brutal മൃഗീയമായ violently cruel and inhumane A rise in violent and brutal crimes is plaguing the once peaceful city.
1469 Brutality ക്രൂരത the act of causing or executing cruelty to someone or something The ASPCA joined forces with the local police to stop the brutality imposed on innocent dogs run by an abusive and neglectful owner of a puppy mill.
1470 Brute ക്രൂരൻ a bully or mean person Acting as a brute, everyone avoided him at work so they wouldn’t hear his cruel words.
1471 Brutish ബ്രൂട്ടിഷ് cruel Brutish by nature, the dictator even treated his own family members cruelly.
1472 Bubbly ബബ്ലി describes a person who is cheerful and animated in personality The bubbly cheerleader was able to hype the crowd into a victory cheer.
1473 Bucolic ബ്യൂക്കോളിക് relating to the countryside The postcard image was beautiful and featured a bucolic white house in a dark green pasture.
1474 Buddhism ബുദ്ധമതം a religion based on Gautama Buddha’s teachings that suffering is a part of life but can be ended through spiritual development The founder of Buddhism renounced his title as a prince and spent his life developing his spiritual core.
1475 Budding ബഡ്ഡിംഗ് becoming larger as part of a natural growing process The tree’s branches are slowly budding, growing ever larger as the tree gets older and older.
1476 Budge ബഡ്ജ് move; shift Try as she might, the trapped hiker could not budge the boulder off of her foot.
1477 Budget ബജറ്റ് inexpensive; cheap Staying in a budget hotel came with a price, mainly in the form of smelly sheets and cockroaches.
1478 Buffer ബഫർ a person or thing that protects somebody or something from being harmed by another The wine glasses came with a cardboard around them to buffer any shock from shipping.
1479 Buffet ബുഫേ food laid out in this way, to which diners serve themselves We enforce a policy that diners may return to the buffet up to three times to refill their plates.
1480 Buffeted ബുഫെ ചെയ്തു afflicted/harmed over and over for a long period of time The football team was buffeted over the season, being beaten by every single team they played.
1481 Buffoon ബഫൂൺ a silly person who tries to be humorous but comes across as foolish Since you are making a buffoon of yourself, you should go sit quietly in a corner before you embarrass me further!
1482 Buffoonery ബഫൂണറി silly behavior or habits  Jim got suspended because he failed to realize school was not the place to display a clown’s buffoonery.
1483 Bugle ബ്യൂഗിൾ a small brass instrument that resembles a trumpet and is usually sounded before an announcement Each call from the brass bugle had a different meaning for the recruits who knew the signals well.
1484 Bulbous ബൾബസ് having the shape of or resembling a bulb; bloated The round, bulbous plants seemed to bloom on every corner of the street.
1485 Bulge ബൾജ് a rounded bump or swelling that juts outward on a surface The bulge of the man’s muscle showed through his fitted t-shirt.
1486 Bulk ബൾക്ക് the larger part of something The bulk of the leftover food will go to the food pantry, but some will have to be thrown away.
1487 Bulky തടിച്ച large and heavily built or shaped The bulky package was much too large to be placed in the small mailbox.
1488 Bulletin ബുള്ളറ്റിൻ a newsletter or memo that generally announces important information The community news bulletin listed garage sales, events, and other important information for the neighborhood.
1489 Bulwark ബൾവാർക്ക് an object that acts as a shield Vaccines act as a bulwark against many childhood diseases.
1490 Bumbling ബംബ്ലിംഗ് acting or moving about in a confused manner The drunk man was bumbling around the bar, knocking over tables and bumping into other patrons every few seconds.
1491 Bumfuzzle ബംഫസിൽ to confuse someone In an attempt to bumfuzzle his mother, Tony hid her keys in the microwave and pretended to know nothing about it.
1492 Bummer ബമ്മർ something that is disappointing Not getting the job was a bit of a bummer, but I’m hopeful that I will snag one soon.
1493 Bundle ബണ്ടിൽ a group of objects held together by wrapping or tying  Newspapers are delivered to stores in a bundle.
1494 Bundle ബണ്ടിൽ a group of something tied or joined together Before they could start a fire, the campers had to pile up a bundle of sticks in the middle of the rocks.
1495 Bungalow ബംഗ്ലാവ് a small, one-story house with a front porch and a low-pitched roof The couple slept in a small bungalow that was built on top of the clear Caribbean Sea.
1496 Bungle ബംഗിൾ to clumsily perform a task Because the police department is comprised of idiots, it will probably bungle the simple case.
1497 Bunkum ബങ്കം something that is foolish, ridiculous, and makes no sense The doomsday extremist spouted bunkum about how the world would end in seven days when the ozone layer spontaneously combusted.
1498 Buoy ബോയ് a float in water that is used to mark something To alert boaters of the hazard ahead, a small buoy was used to mark the sandbar near the surface.
1499 Buoyant ബൂയന്റ് joyful and self-assured With a great deal of confidence, the buoyant model strolled down the runway.
1500 Burden ഭാരം a heavy load Finding he had cancer, he tried to shoulder the burden alone and keep the news from his friends.
1501 Burden ഭാരം a problem or inconvenience  Babysitting for my neighbors had become a burden when they wanted me to work over 40 hours a week while going to school.
1502 Burdensome ഭാരമുള്ള tough to fulfill or carry out After accepting several jobs, Lily realized it was burdensome for her to try to juggle all of those jobs.
1503 Bureau ബ്യൂറോ an agency or governmental department Although it is their job, officials at the labor bureau refuse to support worker rights.
1504 Bureaucracy ബ്യൂറോക്രസി a method of business or government in which red tape processes are used to delay action  The bureaucracy of the legislative government is delaying the passage of much needed educational funding.
1505 Burgeon ബർജൻ to grow and expand rapidly As car prices go down, car dealers are expecting sales to burgeon.
1506 Burglar മോഷ്ടാവ് a robber or thief that enters a building illegally to steal The burglar isn’t known for stealing jewels or money, but hijacking hamburgers and french fries.
1507 Burglary മോഷണം illegal entry into a building or vehicle with the intention of stealing Because he had been convicted of burglary before, Nick was the prime suspect in this hotel break-in.
1508 Burial അടക്കം the act or ceremonial practice of placing something (usually a dead body) underground Before the burial ceremony, grave diggers dug out a space for the coffin.
1509 Burlap ബർലാപ്പ് coarse, plain-woven fabric used for bagging, furniture, and rugs Burlap bags are being woven to hold potatoes and produce to be sold at the market.
1510 Burlesque ബർലെസ്ക് a stage production or literary piece that uses excessive exaggeration or comedic imitation to ridicule something or someone The burlesque war film depicts our president as a kid playing with toy soldiers.
1511 Burly ബർലി large, strong and heavy When he attempted an escape, a burly police officer had to forcefully restrain the suspect.
1512 Burnish കത്തിക്കുക to polish; to make smooth or shiny Richard is forever attempting to burnish his reputation so that he can advance his position within our company.
1513 Burnt ചുട്ടുകളഞ്ഞു seared; scorched My siblings think it is disgusting that I prefer my meat burnt and overcooked on the grill.
1514 Burrow ബറോ to dig in order to make a hole or tunnel The rabbit tried to burrow himself down in the ground so that the fox wouldn’t catch him.
1515 Burst പൊട്ടിത്തെറിക്കുക to explode suddenly Rocks falling down during the landslide burst apart, breaking into a million pieces.
1516 Bury അടക്കം ചെയ്യുക to cover completely, typically with dirt or some other earthy substance as an act of hiding or putting to rest Dogs like to bury their bones and toys in the yard.
1517 Bushel ബുഷെൽ a measure of capacity equal to 8 gallons, used for dry goods The bushel of oats would yield enough for many bowls of cereal.
1518 Busily തിരക്കിലാണ് hurriedly, in a very active way The servants hurried through the kitchen, busily preparing for the king’s feast.
1519 Business ബിസിനസ്സ് the activity of buying and selling goods and services, especially as one’s living When the real estate market crashed, the business of selling homes came to a creeping halt.
1520 Bust ബസ്റ്റ് a sculpture or statue of a person’s head, shoulders, or chest The artist created the bust to show how beautiful the woman’s face was.
1521 Buster ബസ്റ്റർ something used to break something else apart The laundry spray is a grease buster that can break up even the toughest stains.
1522 Bustle തിരക്ക് to move in a noisy or hurried manner  On Valentine’s Day men bustle about the store trying to find last minute gifts.
1523 Busybody തിരക്കുള്ള വ്യക്തി a person who is always in other people’s business, meddling and starting trouble The busybody next door is always snooping on the neighbors and trying to figure out what they are doing.
1524 Buy വാങ്ങാൻ obtain in exchange for payment She went to the mall to buy a new dress for her interview.
1525 Buzz Buzz a low hiss with a “z” sound At first I didn’t hear the buzz from the bees until I got closer to the bee hive around the corner.
1526 Buzzard ബസാർഡ് a hawk-like bird of prey that soars high with wide wings and a round tail The buzzard circled around the dead deer carcass and zoomed in to snatch some of the meat with his talons.
1527 Buzzkill Buzzkill a person or thing that stops others from enjoying themselves Taylor’s constant talk about religion and other depressing subjects made him a total office buzzkill.
1528 By-product ഉപോൽപ്പന്നം a secondary product or result that’s produced in the making or doing of something else Dorothy was told that a by-product of her pregnancy was nausea and vomiting, but that it would subside after her first trimester.
1529 Bygone പോയത് associated with an earlier period of time These days getting married before having a baby appears to be the concept of a bygone era.
1530 Bypass ബൈപാസ് to go around something While driving home, I decided to bypass the construction work and take a different route.
1531 Bystander കാഴ്ചക്കാരൻ a person who is present during a situation or event but not directly involved A bystander witnessed the wreck and called the police to assist.
1532 Byzantine ബൈസന്റൈൻ complex; hard to comprehend Because the plot was revealed in a byzantine manner, it was difficult to understand.
1533 Cabal കാബൽ a collection of people who come together to work against something or someone  Hundreds of workers formed a cabal to demonstrate their dissatisfaction with the firm’s healthcare plan.
1534 Cabalistic കബാലിസ്റ്റിക് of or relating to a cabal; secretive and cliquish In earlier generations, cabalistic studies flourished in Eastern Europe, especially amongst the Hasidic Jewish population.
1535 Cabinet കാബിനറ്റ് a cupboard with drawers or doors that are used to store household items All of the dishes should be washed and dried before being placed into the cabinet.
1536 Cable കേബിൾ a thick rope or cord that usually has wire in the middle The television repairman ran a wired cable from the back of the television into the wall.
1537 Cachinnate കാച്ചിനേറ്റ് the act of laughing, snorting, or physically putting all energy into laughter At one of the funniest parts of the film, the audience began to cachinnate with such force that guests in the other theaters could hear them.
1538 Cachinnation കാച്ചിനേഷൻ convulsive, loud laughter The evil witch continued her wild cachinnation as she pretended to be conversing with a funny demon.
1539 Cackle കാക്കിൾ laugh resembling the cry of a hen or goose The comedian makes me laugh so hard I cackle like a witch!
1540 Cacoethes കക്കോത്തീസ് an uncontrollable urge or desire to do something inadvisable Kelsey had a cacoethes for pulling pranks at church.
1541 Cacography കാക്കോഗ്രാഫി bad handwriting Since your cacography is difficult to read, you should definitely type your essay.
1542 Cacology കാക്കോളജി a bad choice of words or pronunciation In a classic case of cacology, the speaker said several words that didn’t make sense in context.
1543 Cacophony കക്കോഫോണി an unpleasant mixture of loud sounds Sometimes, it seems as though the dogs in our neighborhood bark together to create a cacophony that wakes me up every morning.
1544 Cadaver ശവശരീരം a lifeless body that is used for research In medical school, each student gets his own cadaver on which to practice.
1545 Cadaverous ശവശരീരം similar in appearance to a corpse; pale and skinny When I looked at the cadaverous cat who was dying of starvation, I couldn’t stop the tears from falling.
1546 Cadge കേഡ്ജ് to convince a person to give you something at no charge By flirting with the bartender, the pretty girl was able to cadge free drinks.
1547 Cadre കേഡർ a group people specially-trained people for a particular purpose or profession The late night comedian is very selective when it comes to choosing candidates to join his cadre of speechwriters.
1548 Caducity Caducity frail old age; senile His weak eyesight combined with his caducity puts him out of the workforce.
1549 Cagey കേജി uncommunicative; unwilling or hesitant to give information Coca Cola acted in a very cagey fashion when I attempted to find out the ingredients of their soft drinks.
1550 Cahoots കാഹൂട്ട്സ് secretly working together to commit crime or dishonest activity Jack and Barry were in cahoots when they conspired to shoot up the mall.
1551 Cajole കാജോൾ persuade someone to do something; convince with gentle pleading; sweet-talk Why did I ever let my friends cajole me into eating sushi?
1552 Cajolery കാജോളറി flattery and gentle pleading done on purpose to persuade someone to do something No amount of cajolery could convince Doris to hand us the keys to her car, so we took it for a ride without permission.
1553 Calamitous വിപത്തായ involving catastrophe A calamitous accident destroyed the driver’s chance of winning a major race.
1554 Calamity ദുരന്തം a situation that results in extreme suffering The approaching hurricane is sure to be a calamity that will affect the lives of millions.
1555 Calculated കണക്കാക്കി referring to an action committed with full awareness of its consequences When you weigh the pros and cons of an action before doing it, you are taking a calculated risk, with full understanding of the implications of your decision.
1556 Caldera കാൽഡെറ a large, volcanic crater that is created after part of a volcano collapses The circular caldera is located at the summit of the volcano and is sunken in from the collapse.
1557 Caliber കാലിബർ the worth of an individual’s character or his level of ability Only dancers of the highest caliber will be invited to perform for the president.
1558 Calibrate കാലിബ്രേറ്റ് ചെയ്യുക to quantify in a careful and detailed manner  The hospital pharmacist knows how important it is to calibrate the IV medications correctly.
1559 Calisthenics കാലിസ്തെനിക്സ് simple exercises that are performed by people to stay fit but don’t require the use of equipment Doing jumping jacks is my least favorite part of my weekly calisthenics class.
1560 Call-out സഹായത്തിനായി വിളിക്കുക an occasion when someone is asked to come to a person’s home to do a job or help with a task The vet answered the call-out but charged the family a fortune to see their sick pet in their home.
1561 Call വിളി to cry out or summon someone Grandmother will call all the children inside when it’s time to eat breakfast.
1562 Calligraphy കാലിഗ്രാഫി elegant handwriting that is often created with a particular kind of brush or pen My sloppy handwriting could never be confused with the refinement of calligraphy.
1563 Callipygian കാലിപിജിയൻ having attractive or shapely buttocks When it comes to physical attractiveness, many people prefer someone callipygian, rather than someone with too much flab on their rears.
1564 Callipygous കാലിപിഗസ് having a proportionate and well-shaped rear end The callipygous girls in the videos were hired because of their shapely rear-ends.
1565 Callous വൃത്തികെട്ട showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others There is so much crime in this country that many people have become callous about it and tend to look the other way.
1566 Callow കോളോ immature, lacking in life experience Since the callow baker was new to cake decorating, she did not know how to properly frost the multi-layer cake.
1567 Calm ശാന്തം relaxed and showing no feelings of anger or anxiousness A beach is a relaxing place that makes everyone who visits it feel calm.
1568 Calumniate അപലപനീയം to voice untrue accounts about an individual or group In an attempt to prevent the mayor’s reelection, someone has been using the Internet to calumniate the city leader’s family.
1569 Calumnious അപകീർത്തികരമായ slanderous or defamatory The calumnious tabloid article painted a slanderous tale of two star crossed lovers.
1570 Calumny കാലുമി a false statement made to damage someone’s reputation The editor refused to publish the calumny that could possibly destroy the politician’s career.
1571 Camaraderie സൗഹൃദം good friendship and trust among members of a group Because of the camaraderie they shared, the soldiers trusted each other with their lives.
1572 Cameo കാമിയോ a tiny role in a film that is performed by a famous individual The actor’s cameo had him onscreen for less than two minutes.
1573 Camouflage മറയ്ക്കൽ a means or attempt to conceal something  The robbers wore large coats to camouflage their weapons from the security guards.
1574 Campaign പ്രചാരണം a set of steps taken to achieve a certain goal Since we have not raised any money, it’s fair to say the fundraising campaign has not been a success.
1575 Canal കനാൽ an artificial waterway or channel Divers searched the canal for the missing vehicle they fear is deep-down in the channel.
1576 Canard കനാർഡ് a phony report or story The newspaper was sued for publishing a canard about a popular celebrity.
1577 Cancel റദ്ദാക്കുക to decide or announce that something planned in advance will no longer take place Because her husband wasn’t feeling well, Brenda decided to cancel their dinner reservations at the fancy restaurant.
1578 Cancer കാൻസർ the disease caused by an uncontrolled division of abnormal cells in a part of the body Cancer forms when abnormal cells rapidly divide.
1579 Candid കാൻഡിഡ് truthful and straightforward Because the politician made a candid speech, he earned the respect of the voters.
1580 Candidacy സ്ഥാനാർത്ഥിത്വം the state of being considered for a position Meeting all the qualifications for candidacy, the well-known business owner decided to run for mayor.
1581 Candidate സ്ഥാനാർത്ഥി someone being considered for a particular position Each candidate had to give a two-minute speech explaining why he or she should be class president.
1582 Candor കാൻഡർ the state or quality of being frank, open, and sincere in speech or expression Because the realtor was an honest woman, she replied with candor about the damage to the house.
1583 Cane ചൂരല് വടി a short stick or staff that people use to help them walk The elderly woman staggered to her mailbox, using the cane for balance.
1584 Canister കാനിസ്റ്റർ a container with a lid that is used for keeping dry products The little girl reached into the cookie canister and grabbed several chocolate chip cookies from the jar.
1585 Canker ക്യാൻകർ a fungal disease of trees that causes damage to the bark When trees are under stress, they are more susceptible to canker and other fungal diseases.
1586 Cannon പീരങ്കി a large, mounted gun that is used to fire heavy projectiles Invented in China during the 12th century, the first cannon was used along with gunpowder as a weapon of war.
1587 Canny കാനി displaying good sense and judgment  The canny man would not buy the used car until it passed his mechanic’s inspection.
1588 Canonical കാനോനിക്കൽ following or according to the rules The canonical composer always made sure that his hymns fit in with the church’s regulations.
1589 Canonize കാനോനൈസ് ചെയ്യുക to regard something as being of utmost importance or significance In religion, people tend to canonize the words of their most significant religious figure, holding them as holy and indisputable.
1590 Canopy മേലാപ്പ് a cover of some type that is used as a roof, either for decorative purposes or as shelter We’re going to install a canopy on our back porch so we can enjoy the outdoors on rainy days.
1591 Canorous കാനോറസ് pleasant sounding Belting out a canorous tune, the singer’s beautiful voice seemed to entrance everyone around.
1592 Cant കഴിയില്ല the unique vocabulary used by a specific group of people The older woman did not understand the modern cant spoken by her grandchildren.
1593 Cantankerous കാടാമ്പുഴ easily angered, always complaining or arguing and difficult to get along with Since Congress is such a cantankerous group, no one expects them to pass any new legislation this year.
1594 Canto കാന്റോ a section or stanza of a lengthy poem “Samuel, please read the next canto in the poem,” the teacher told the moaning student who would be reading for the next three pages.
1595 Canvas ക്യാൻവാസ് a type of hard, rough cloth used for making sails, tents, and as a surface to be painted on The artist was painting a canvas backdrop for the school play.
1596 Canyon മലയിടുക്ക് a deep gorge that usually has a river running through it The trail took the hikers down into a deep canyon with lush, green woods.
1597 Capability കഴിവ് the power, skill, or ability to do something TJ has the capability to finish the race, but he will need to push himself to run faster.
1598 Capable കഴിവുള്ള able and competent The man in the wheelchair insisted that he was capable of taking care of himself.
1599 Capacious കപ്പാസിറ്റി having the ability to hold a great amount When Janet bought a capacious home, she was finally able to use all the furniture she had been keeping in storage.
1600 Capacitate കപ്പാസിറ്റേറ്റ് ചെയ്യുക make someone capable of a particular action or legally competent to act in a particular way  Years of school capacitate the lawyer to give great legal defense to his client.
1601 Capacity ശേഷി the total amount an object can hold The water bottle’s capacity is thirty-two ounces.
1602 Caper കേപ്പർ a silly stunt or activity Grandpa Joe insisted he was too old for that type of caper and wouldn’t sing karaoke with us.
1603 Capillary കാപ്പിലറി associated with the tiny vessels of blood that link the arteries to the veins Whenever Jane has a nosebleed, she knows a capillary vessel has burst.
1604 Capital മൂലധനം goods, monetary assets, and other things that can be used to produce income Your brain is the capital that will allow you to do well in school so you can obtain a profitable career.
1605 Capitol ക്യാപിറ്റോൾ a building in which the state or national legislature meets Senators met at the US Capitol building in Washington, D.C. to discuss new laws.
1606 Capitulate കീഴടക്കുക to give in; to surrender under certain terms After seeing himself on the news, the escaped convict decided to capitulate to avoid being shot by a police officer.
1607 Capitulation കീഴടങ്ങൽ act of giving up or giving in After months of violence, the president’s troops were able to force capitulation from the exhausted rebels.
1608 Caprice കാപ്രിസ് an impulsive act Because John did not think before acting, he could spend the next ten years in prison for a silly caprice.
1609 Capricious വ്യതിചലിക്കുന്ന sudden behavior change Because of his capricious nature, Jeremy found it hard to keep a steady job.
1610 Caption അടിക്കുറിപ്പ് a title or short explanation under a picture in a book or magazine Below the picture of the bear, a caption gave both its scientific and common name.
1611 Captivate വശീകരിക്കുക to catch and hold someone’s attention; mesmerize  The siren was able to captivate sailors with her enchanting voice.
1612 Captivating ആകർഷകമാക്കുന്നു very interesting and capable of grabbing your attention Because a waterfall is so captivating, people can sit and watch it for hours.
1613 Captivity അടിമത്തം the state or period of being imprisoned, confined, or enslaved Protestors shouted that keeping the zoo animals in captivity violated their basic rights.
1614 Carafe കരാഫ് a large pitcher or container used to hold a beverage or wine Since we were drinking glass after glass of the Dom Perignon, we decided to ask the waiter to leave the carafe of the wine at the table since we still wanted more.
1615 Carapace കാരപ്പേസ് the outer shell of an arachnid, crustacean, or turtle Patterns on the turtle’s carapace are changing over time, with his shell becoming duller as he ages.
1616 Caravan കാരവൻ a group of travelers, animals, or vehicles traveling together We decided to organize a caravan to attend the state championship.
1617 Caravansary കാരവൻസറി a crowd of individuals travelling around together or an establishment where caravans rest overnight Our church group felt blessed when we found a caravansary that could shelter our large party overnight.
1618 Caravel കാരവൽ a small sailing ship developed and used by the Portuguese and Spanish during 15th and 16th century exploration With its gently sloping bow and single stern castle, the caravel was easily distinguishable from other 15th century ships.
1619 Carbohydrate കാർബോഹൈഡ്രേറ്റ് a sugar, starch, or cellulose that is a food source of energy for an animal or plant After stuffing my mouth with sugar, I was warned that increased carbohydrate levels can make my body sick.
1620 Carcass ശവം the body of a dead person or animal On our cross country road trip, we passed a deer carcass on the road.
1621 Carcinogen കാർസിനോജൻ a substance or agent that can cause cancer A known carcinogen that can be found in the liver has caused untold suffering all over the world.
1622 Cardiac കാർഡിയാക് relating to the heart Cardiac arrest, or a sudden stop of the heart, is caused by irregular electrical impulses that make the ventricles of the heart quiver instead of pumping blood.
1623 Cardinal കർദ്ദിനാൾ fundamental; of the greatest importance The therapist addressed the cardinal rule of marriage which is to always compromise on issues and once that is accomplished everything else will fall into place.
1624 Cardiovascular ഹൃദയധമനികൾ relating to the heart and blood vessels High sodium levels are related to a heightened chance of cardiovascular related death since sodium negatively effects the heart and impedes blood flow.
1625 Careen കരീൻ to move swiftly in an uncontrollable manner, sometimes from one side to another side If you drive too fast in dangerous weather, your car may careen off the road.
1626 Career കരിയർ a job or occupation that a person does for an extended period I want to take on a career in teaching, but my parents insist that I become a doctor.
1627 Carefree അശ്രദ്ധ easygoing and relaxed The carefree beach-bum skated through life without a worry or care.
1628 Carin കാരിൻ man-made mound of stones, used as landmarks  Hikers were relieved to see a cairn of stones in the wilderness that led them in the correct direction on the trail.
1629 Carnality മാംസഭക്ഷണം pertaining to physical or sexual desires Racy in nature, the lyrics of the song are lascivious and full of carnality.
1630 Carnival കാർണിവൽ a seasonal or roaming fair which usually has many fun attractions As the carnival was being set up at the state park for this week, passersby could tell that a roller coaster and several spinning rides would be included.
1631 Carnivore മാംസഭുക്ക് any living creature that eats meat The tiger is a carnivore who kills his own food.
1632 Carouse കറൗസ് to take part in a drunken get-together On most weekends the fraternity brothers carouse with the wild sorority girls.
1633 Carousel കറൗസൽ a circular carnival ride that has horses or cars that children sit on while it circulates Children laughed and giggled as the carousel went round and round.
1634 Carp കരിമീൻ to find fault or quarrel with someone constantly Edith’s husband decided to leave, saying that he couldn’t stand her tendency to carp and complain constantly.
1635 Carping കാർപ്പിംഗ് having the tendency to complain or criticize My carping mother-in-law is constantly criticizing my housekeeping skills.
1636 Carpool കാർപൂൾ a process in which multiple people ride in one person’s car to minimize travel cost Because Mr. Cooper has a minivan, we decided to carpool with him so we could save gas and only drive one car.
1637 Carriage വണ്ടി a buggy-like means of transportation with four wheels which usually transports people and is pulled by horses With each clomp of the ponies’ hooves and swish of the wheels on the road, the passengers knew that this carriage would get them to their destination.
1638 Carrier കാരിയർ someone who holds or has something Designated as the carrier of the manual, Kevin felt important to be a part of this club by being responsible for the club’s essential book.
1639 Carrion ശവം flesh of a deceased animal We could smell the carrion left by hunters even before we stumbled upon it during our trek up the mountain.
1640 Cartel കാർട്ടൽ group of businesses or nations that collude to fix prices Oil conglomerates run a cartel to keep prices high.
1641 Cartilage തരുണാസ്ഥി a strong but flexible material found in some parts of the body After being tackled by the opposing linebacker, the running back suffered from swelling cartilage around his rib.
1642 Cartographer കാർട്ടോഗ്രാഫർ an individual who specializes in the creation of maps Fortunately, the cartographer added a legend to his map to make it easier for people to understand.
1643 Cartography കാർട്ടോഗ്രാഫി the science of producing maps  Since Greg was an expert in cartography, he quickly located the inaccuracy in the map.
1644 Carve കൊത്തുപണി to cut a material into a finished work Dustin used a hammer and chisel to carve out his name in the wood.
1645 Cascade കാസ്കേഡ് something that occurs in rapid succession or in a series Once the vampire television show became a hit, a cascade of vampire programs appeared in the primetime lineup.
1646 Casino കാസിനോ a place where a person goes to play games or gamble money Card dealers at the casino can get some of the big spenders to keep playing even after they’ve lost several thousand dollars.
1647 Cast കാസ്റ്റ് actors who perform a role in a series, play, or movie The cast of a new television show was excited to receive their first Emmy award.
1648 Caste ജാതി a class hierarchy determined by a person’s heritage In the tribe, there is a caste system based on skin color with the darker-skinned people comprising the lower class.
1649 Castigate കാസ്റ്റിഗേറ്റ് ചെയ്യുക to criticize someone or something severely My mother was a cruel woman who never missed an opportunity to castigate my father.
1650 Casual കാഷ്വൽ relaxed, easygoing, and informal Tyrone dresses in a casual way to work, despite the fact that everyone else in the company wears a suit and tie.
1651 Casualty കാഷ്വാലിറ്റി a person who is hurt or killed in a war or accident They warned us that if an employee fails to wear his hard hat and a casualty occurs, we could face jail time.
1652 Casuistry കാഷ്യൂസ്ട്രി  a way of arguing in a misleading or deceptive manner The salesman used casuistry in an attempt to convince me he had the best deal in town.
1653 Catachresis കാറ്റാക്രസിസ് the misuse of words on purpose, usually as a stylistic writing effect When writing, the author used a catachresis when he replaced “stuffed” with “stuck”.
1654 Cataclysm ദുരന്തം an abrupt forceful event A severe attack upon the Internet could cause a cataclysm in the financial world.
1655 Catacombs കാറ്റകോമ്പുകൾ underground cemeteries with tunnels and rooms where the dead are kept The Catacombs of ancient Rome were underground burial places built in 2nd century AD.
1656 Catalog കാറ്റലോഗ് a list, usually of goods or services for sale or items that are available to be used Every Christmas, the family received a Sears’ catalog with pictures of popular toys inside.
1657 Catalyst കാറ്റലിസ്റ്റ്  a person, thing, or event that quickly causes change or action The enzyme was the catalyst that triggered the chemical reaction.
1658 Catalyze കാറ്റലൈസ് ചെയ്യുക to bring about a change Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. used sit-ins and marches to catalyze laws in the US.
1659 Catapult കവാടം to hurl, launch, throw or propel At the first sound of the alarm clock, I catapult out of bed and race through my morning chores.
1660 Cataract തിമിരം cloudy area in the eye’s lens After complaining that she could not see properly, Rachel was informed that she had a cataract on her left eye that was blurring her vision.
1661 Catastrophe ദുരന്തം a disaster of huge proportions My teenager needs to realize losing her lipstick is not a catastrophe.
1662 Catastrophic ദുരന്തം associated with a major disaster The catastrophic wreck on the highway involved over forty vehicles.
1663 Catatonic കാറ്ററ്റോണിക് motionless and unresponsive A catatonic fear immobilized Drew, preventing her escape.
1664 Catchy ആകർഷകമായ likely to attract attention or interest The show’s catchy theme song made the television program memorable for everyone who watched it.
1665 Categorical വിഭാഗീയം stated in a definite manner My father’s categorical denial let me know there was no need to ask again.
1666 Categorize വർഗ്ഗീകരിക്കുക to place something in a class or group based on its attributes I decided to categorize this homework as math because it has a lot of math in it despite being assigned by the science teacher.
1667 Category വിഭാഗം a class or division of people or things that have similar characteristics Which category does a tomato fall into: fruit or vegetable?
1668 Cater കാറ്റർ to provide food professionally for a special occasion We cater lunches for groups of 20 or more.
1669 Caterwaul കാറ്റർവാൾ a shrill wailing or screeching noise The caterwaul the cats outside were making grated on my ears and made me wish I had earplugs.
1670 Catharsis കാതർസിസ് the process of releasing strong emotions and feelings Sometimes the act of taking a break away from the world will help a tired person experience the catharsis he or she needs to deal with everyday life.
1671 Cathartic കാറ്റാർട്ടിക് providing psychological relief through the open expression of strong emotions Because journal writing allows me to express my emotions, it is a very cathartic process for me.
1672 Cathexis കാഥെക്സിസ് the obsessive concentration of one’s thoughts and emotions on a person, event, or object Because of his cathexis with his blanket, the obsessed toddler refused to sleep without it.
1673 Catholic കത്തോലിക്കൻ extensive and widespread in choices and activities As the busy young woman chose from the catholic events displayed, she could pick from sports to crafts to dancing and everything in between.
1674 Cattle കന്നുകാലികൾ cows and bulls that are raised and are usually kept for their meat or milk The cattle roamed the ranch, chewing on grass and mooing at everything in sight.
1675 Catty കാറ്റി spiteful and mean in the way that one behaves or speaks Most of the junior high girls were catty and spent their free time gossiping about others.
1676 Cauldron കോൾഡ്രൺ a large bowl shaped pot used for cooking over an open flame When our family went camping we would often use a cauldron to slowly cook our stew for dinner.
1677 Causality കാര്യകാരണത്വം a producing means or power Once the missionaries realized the causality of the child deaths in this third world country was malnutrition, they pleaded with their church to supply money for food.
1678 Cause കാരണം to make something happen The police could not figure out what would cause the friendly woman to kill her neighbor and then herself.
1679 Caustic കാസ്റ്റിക് extremely sarcastic or critical The comic’s caustic jokes offended quite a few people.
1680 Cauterize ക്യൂട്ടറൈസ് ചെയ്യുക to burn the skin around a wound to stop bleeding or prevent infection To stop the patient from bleeding, the doctor had to use a hot iron to cauterize the wound.
1681 Caution ജാഗ്രത acting carefully to avoid danger or mistakes We must proceed with caution if we do not want to get caught by the guards, so move quickly and quietly.
1682 Cautionary ജാഗ്രത something that serves as a warning to others My brother’s foolishness while driving his go cart served as a cautionary tale to anyone that didn’t want to end up in a similar wreck.
1683 Cautious ജാഗ്രത careful; watchful Remaining cautious, the police officer shined his flashlight slowly into the abandoned building.
1684 Cavalcade കാവൽകേഡ് a procession of things, usually related to movement The president’s cavalcade included several sports utility vehicles, six police cars, and a police motorcycle unit.
1685 Cavalier കവലിയർ displaying a lack of worry Bryan will regret his cavalier attitude about studying when he fails to graduate on time.
1686 Cavalry കുതിരപ്പട soldiers in a certain part of the army who ride horses into battle As the cavalry was called in, they mounted their stallions and descended into the valley to confront the enemy.
1687 Caveat മുന്നറിയിപ്പ് a warning of the limits of a particular agreement or statement The caveat of the contract includes a penalty fee if the loan is not repaid on time.
1688 Cavern ഗുഹ a large cave or chamber Sleeping in the toasty cavern, the bear slumbered all winter.
1689 Cavernous കാവേർനസ് vast; spacious Over ten thousand people filled the cavernous building, packing the vast stadium to capacity.
1690 Cavity പോട് an empty space within something that is usually used for something unexpected The star-crossed lovers hid secret letters in the small cavity in their favorite oak tree.
1691 Cavort കാവോർട്ട് to move around in an excited fashion The boys cavort around the pool while watching bikini-clad girls.
1692 Cease നിർത്തുക to put an end to something Once the treaty is announced, the fighting on the border should cease.
1693 Ceasefire വെടിനിർത്തൽ an agreement between two warring factions to stop fighting When it was obvious they he had no chance to win World War Two, the Nazis agreed to a ceasefire, ending the war on the European front.
1694 Cede സീഡെ to give away authority to a government, group, or person When Matt became terminally ill, he had no choice but to cede control of his company to his daughter.
1695 Celebrate ആഘോഷിക്കാൻ to recognize a special day or event by taking part in special activities This week we will celebrate my little brother’s birth with a huge party and a delicious cake.
1696 Celebratory ആഘോഷം feeling or expressing happiness and joy We are having a celebratory party for my brother, who just graduated from twelfth grade as the valedictorian of his class.
1697 Celerity സെലരിറ്റി quickness of motion; speed The slave will be punished if his celerity is not fast enough for his master.
1698 Celibacy ബ്രഹ്മചര്യം the state of voluntarily being unmarried, sexually abstinent, or both The sister’s vow of celibacy was not understood by her family members but was respected.
1699 Cellar നിലവറ an enclosed underground space under a building  Because the lowest room in the building is the safest in a tornado, we immediately went downstairs from the kitchen to the cellar.
1700 Celsius സെൽഷ്യസ് a measurement of temperature in which 0 is the freezing point, and 100 is the boiling point The weatherman used a thermometer to determine the temperature for the day in Celsius.
1701 Cement സിമന്റ് to firmly bind or join something together The newlywed couple hoped that their new baby would further cement their marriage.
1702 Censor സെൻസർ to remove inappropriate or objectionable content Although her mother attempted to censor her music collection, the girl continued to download explicit songs.
1703 Censorious സെൻസോറിയസ് extremely critical Jill is a bully who constantly makes censorious statements about her coworkers.
1704 Censorship സെൻസർഷിപ്പ് the practice of removing content viewed as inappropriate  Censorship has allowed the government to prevent the media from airing criticisms of its leadership.
1705 Censurable സെൻസർ ചെയ്യാവുന്നത് deserving censure or blame The movie was censurable, due to the extreme violence that was unsuitable for minors.
1706 Censure സെൻസർ an official reprimand If Bart receives another censure from his boss, he will more than likely lose his job.
1707 Census കാനേഷുമാരി a certified tally of a population in a specific region According to last year’s census over five hundred thousand people live in our city.
1708 Centennial ശതാബ്ദി the hundredth anniversary of an event or happening The centennial celebration of the railway was held in Lincoln Nebraska, with much pomp and glamor.
1709 Centerpiece മധ്യഭാഗം an object or project that takes a central position or importance Placing the centerpiece at the middle of the table, the decorator prepared the home for the Thanksgiving feast.
1710 Centigrade സെന്റിഗ്രേഡ് centigrade temperature scale In chemistry, we needed to convert the boiling point from Fahrenheit to centigrade.
1711 Central സെൻട്രൽ essential or significant After reading the story, the central character consistently fought against the villain throughout the story.
1712 Centrifugal അപകേന്ദ്രബലം moving away or advancing from an axis or center Because I love freshly squeezed juice, I bought a centrifugal juicer that pulls the liquid from the pulp.
1713 Centrifuge സെൻട്രിഫ്യൂജ് a piece of machinery that spins rapidly in order to create a force which separates substances  In the nuclear plants, scientists take every precaution as they separate uranium in a centrifuge.
1714 Centripetal സെൻട്രിപെറ്റൽ moving towards the center The centripetal star is slowly accelerating towards the middle of its solar system.
1715 Centurion ശതാധിപൻ a commanding soldier in Ancient Rome who lead groups of 100 soldiers The Roman centurion lead his group of one hundred soldiers into battle.
1716 Century നൂറ്റാണ്ട് a period of 100 consecutive years Our grandmother was born in the nineteenth century, which spanned from January 1st 1801 until December 31st 1900.
1717 Cerebral സെറിബ്രൽ involving the brain or intellect Because of Adam’s intellectual sense of humor, he is the only one who ever laughs at his cerebral jokes.
1718 Ceremonial ആചാരപരമായ relating to or used for formal religious or public events The priest wears a formal ceremonial robe when he is baptizing children.
1719 Ceremony ചടങ്ങ് a formal event held on a special occasion Preparing for the upcoming ceremony, the pastor rehearsed his speech for the nuptials.
1720 Certain തീർച്ചയായും absolute, without question Science has proven that it is absolutely certain that the sun is what allows us all to stay alive here on planet Earth.
1721 Certificate സർട്ടിഫിക്കറ്റ് a document containing certified facts Karen was able to receive a copy of her birth certificate after the original was destroyed in a house fire.
1722 Certify സാക്ഷ്യപ്പെടുത്തുക to guarantee that something is true in an official way A piece of paper was issued to certify the diamond was real.
1723 Certitude ഉറപ്പ് the condition of being certain or sure about something Unfortunately, the witness could not describe her attacker’s face with certitude.
1724 Cessation നിർത്തലാക്കൽ the termination of something The arrival of several police cruisers brought a quick cessation to the gang fight.
1725 Cesspool ചെസ്സ്പൂൾ a circumstance or place that is corrupt and/or filthy Because the bar is filled with drug addicts and killers, it’s a real cesspool.
1726 Chafe ചഫേ to worry or fret My protective father tends to chafe whenever I go on a date.
1727 Chaff ചാഫ് of very little value The pawn store owner refused to buy the thief’s chaff because it was worthless.
1728 Chagrin ചാഗ്രിൻ a feeling of being frustrated or annoyed because of failure or disappointment  To her chagrin, Jill placed second in the beauty pageant.
1729 Chair ചെയർ a seat that a person sits in that usually has a back and four legs Plopping down in the chair, the man prepared to relax and watch TV from his recliner.
1730 Chalice ചാലിസ് a large cup or goblet that is used to drink wine Raising his jeweled chalice and tapping the cup with his knife, the king made a toast to the success of his kingdom.
1731 Challenge വെല്ലുവിളി a demand to battle in a match or brawl As the two men challenge the obnoxious younger man to a fight, he agreed and all three of them headed out of the establishment into the street.
1732 Chamber ചേംബർ a compartment or space Calling the attorney’s into his chamber, the judge used his private room to counsel both sides.
1733 Champion ചാമ്പ്യൻ a person who has defeated all rivals in a competition Standing on top of the platform, the Olympic champion received a gold medal for his win.
1734 Chance അവസരം a possibility or likelihood There is always a chance that the baker will run out of donuts, but the likelihood is much higher on Mondays.
1735 Changeable മാറ്റാവുന്നത് easy to be changed or replaced The traveler bought a changeable ticket that could be swapped for a different date if needed.
1736 Changed മാറി altered; made different Although she changed her original classes to a few different courses, the student still wasn’t happy with her altered schedule.
1737 Changeling മാറ്റുന്നു a boy or girl who is replaced with another child either on purpose as part of a scheme or by accident In order to make the mother believe her daughter had been found, a changeling was sent in as a substitute who closely resembled her daughter.
1738 Channel ചാനൽ a passage that water or other liquids flow through A channel was created between the two rivers so that goods could be transported across the waterway.
1739 Chant ജപിക്കുക rhythmic speaking or singing of words or sounds “USA! USA! USA!” is a chant you hear from Americans at some political rallies or sports events.
1740 Chap ചാപ് of the skin become cracked, rough, or sore, typically through exposure to cold weather; a cracked or sore patch on the skin She always carried extra lip balm in her purse during cold weather because the frigid air made her lips chap.
1741 Chaperone ചാപ്പറോൺ to watch and ensure the safety of another individual Parents chaperone the children at the school dance.
1742 Characteristic സ്വഭാവം trait The only characteristic the man got from his father was his dark eyes.
1743 Characterize സ്വഭാവമാക്കുക to describe The company is refusing to characterize the event as a PR nightmare, but their stocks have dropped significantly.
1744 Charade ചാരേഡ് a sham or farce Keeping up the charade, my family continued to pretend that they weren’t going to throw my little sister a surprise party.
1745 Charisma കരിഷ്മ charm; attractiveness The politician earned a lot of female votes because of his winning smile and charisma.
1746 Charismatic കരിസ്മാറ്റിക് having a convincing charm that inspires others to believe what you say The charismatic cult leader convinced his followers he was the only path to heaven.
1747 Charitable ചാരിറ്റബിൾ generous in giving to those in need Charitable donations were made to help those who lost their homes during the flood.
1748 Charity ചാരിറ്റി the voluntary giving of money or assistance to those in need A charity run is being held to raise funds for the city’s homeless population.
1749 Charlatan ചാർലാട്ടൻ a person who falsely pretends to know or be something in order to deceive people The charlatan pretended to be a doctor so he could go into the hospital and steal prescription drugs.
1750 Charm ചാം the ability to persuade, delight or arouse admiration  Rose soon learned from her new boss that her charm is why she was chosen for the hostess job.
1751 Chart ചാർട്ട് to record information The nurse used pen and paper to chart all of the patient’s vital signs for the night.
1752 Charter ചാർട്ടർ a government-issued document that provides a group or individual with certain rights  The king’s charter gave the colonists the right to set up residence in the new world.
1753 Chary ചാരി apprehensive about doing something Because Vera was chary about going in the old house, I agreed to go in with her.
1754 Chase ചേസ് to run after or pursue someone or something The dog tried to chase the cat up the tree, but the kitty got away.
1755 Chaste പരിശുദ്ധൻ wholesome; pure in thought Because I am very religious, I told my boyfriend we could do nothing more than exchange chaste kisses.
1756 Chasten ശാസിക്കുക to punish or reprimand in order to correct  As a parent, I don’t feel spanking is a good way to chasten your kids.
1757 Chastise ശിക്ഷിക്കുക to criticize someone harshly for doing something wrong If you bully someone in Mrs. Marshall’s class, she will chastise you and keep you after school.
1758 Chastity പവിത്രത the condition of remaining pure and chaste The nun took a vow of chastity as part of her commitment to remain pure.
1759 Chateau ചാറ്റോ a huge house or manor that is most often seen in France My chateau in France is a huge manor.
1760 Chatoyant ചതോയന്റ് describes a gemstone that has a reflective streak or cat’s eye effect in the center Each of the chatoyant minerals had a luminous band in the center.
1761 Chattel ചാറ്റൽ personal property that can be relocated A slave was once considered to be an owner’s chattel.
1762 Chatter സംസാരം trivial talk or chit chat Full of gossip, my nosy neighbors’ chatter could be heard on my front porch.
1763 Chauffeur ഡ്രൈവർ one who drives a car as an occupation I’ll have the chauffeur drive me to the store tomorrow.
1764 Chauvinism ഷോവിനിസം a narrow-minded confidence in the supremacy of one’s own group or gender Despite the chauvinism of the male racers, Danica went on to become a successful racecar driver.
1765 Chauvinist ഷോവനിസ്റ്റ് someone who displays extreme or aggressive support for something Some people consider my sister to be a chauvinist when it comes to feminism, as she gets both angry and irritated when someone opposes her point of view.
1766 Cheap വിലകുറഞ്ഞത് low in price; not expensive Cheap products can be purchased at the Dollar Tree since everything there costs a dollar or less.
1767 Cheapen വിലകുറഞ്ഞത് to reduce the price or quality of something If the movie theater decides to cheapen the price of tickets, more people will be able to afford tickets.
1768 Cheeky ചീകി impudent or unapologetic but in a generally charming way The third grader was extremely cheeky, rarely referring to the teacher as ‘Mr. Walters’ rather than ‘gramps,’ but it was somewhat endearing.
1769 Cheerful പ്രസന്നവതി displaying or feeling happiness Jan was in a cheerful mood on her wedding day.
1770 Chemical രാസവസ്തു any basic substance that is used in or produced by a reaction involving changes to atoms The chemical is used to clean the kitchen, but care must be taken since the substance is so strong.
1771 Chemistry രസതന്ത്രം emotional or mental attraction/interaction between two people Instant chemistry between the couple led them to an engagement and wedding within six months of meeting.
1772 Cherish വിലമതിക്കുക to treasure or deeply care for something I will forever cherish the teddy bear my late grandfather had given to me.
1773 Chew ചവയ്ക്കുക to bite off something and grind it up using teeth It is hard to chew up an apple if you have two missing front teeth.
1774 Chiaroscuro ചിയാരോസ്കുറോ an artistic image emphasizing the brightness and darkness while de-emphasizing color Art critics at the art gallery admired the chiaroscuro of the black and white photograph since the shade covered everything but the bright eyes of the woman.
1775 Chic ചിക് tastefully stylish The chic heels will go perfectly with my stylish dress.
1776 Chicanery ചിക്കാനറി the use of trickery to achieve a political, financial, or legal purpose You can smell the chicanery from a dishonest politician.
1777 Chide ചിഡ് tell somebody off; scold I don’t want the boss to chide me for being late again, so I’m setting the alarm for a half hour earlier.
1778 Chiffon ഷിഫോൺ light and silky fabric Before I put on my new chiffon skirt, I checked the temperature to make sure it was not going to be too cold outside.
1779 Child കുട്ടി a young human being At 10, the child still liked to play with dolls and ride her bike.
1780 Childhood കുട്ടിക്കാലം the time during which one is a child, from between infancy and puberty My stepmother is a mean woman who likes to insult little kids because she had a miserable childhood herself.
1781 Childlike കുട്ടിത്തരം being innocent or naïve in a manner befitting of a child Even as a young adult, Avan has an almost childlike innocence to him that many people find endearing, even though others think it foolish.
1782 Chime മണിനാദം ringing or tone making component of a device  I enabled the chime mode on my watch so it will sound a long beep each hour.
1783 Chimera ചിമേര a creation of a person’s mind; something that is not real Ron’s mental disorder caused him to believe there was a dangerous chimera out to get him.
1784 Chimerical ചിമെറിക്കൽ an invention of an individual’s imagination The company was fined when the government discovered it had used chimerical data to get approval for its new drug.
1785 Chipper ചിപ്പർ happy and cheerful After having a great day at work, Martha was in a happy and chipper mood.
1786 Chirp ചിർപ്പ് a short, high-pitched sound Nothing irritates me more than a bird that wants to constantly chirp outside of my window in the morning, ruining my sleep.
1787 Chisel ഉളി a long-bladed hand tool that is struck with a hammer to cut or shape hard materials Ancient sculptors used a hammer and a chisel to shape the blocks of stones that they wished to turn into statues.
1788 Chit-chat ചിറ്റ്-ചാറ്റ് to engage in small talk, to discuss unimportant matters. Sitting close to the teacher will make it harder for you to chit-chat with classmates as the teacher will likely remind you to quiet down.
1789 Chivalrous ധീരമായ displaying respect to members of the female sex My chivalrous husband always opens doors for me.
1790 Chivalry ധീരത courteous conduct  The teenager displayed chivalry when he held the door open for the girls in his group.
1791 Choice ചോയ്സ് an option; a decision; an opportunity to choose or select something Now that I’ve graduated High School, I have a choice to make whether I go to College.
1792 Choleric കോളറിക് easily irritated; grumpy Since I do not sleep well, I am choleric when someone calls me after I have gone to bed.
1793 Cholesterol കൊളസ്ട്രോൾ a fatty substance in the body tissue and blood that is connected to heart disease when found in large amounts Although your body needs some cholesterol, in large amounts this fatty substance can hurt the tissue around your heart.
1794 Choose തിരഞ്ഞെടുക്കുക to select You can choose one main course meal and also select a dessert.
1795 Chop മുളകും to cut something into pieces with a sharp blow from an edged tool Without a gas fireplace, my dad always had to go into the woods and chop lumber for our family with an axe.
1796 Chord കോർഡ് three or more musical tones sounded at the same time Pressing the three keys simultaneously, the piano player struck a chord and let out a melodious sound.
1797 Chore ചോറ് a routine and generally disliked task, usually carried out in the household My main chore around the house is taking out the trash, which I personally believe is preferable to my brother, who has to walk the dog.
1798 Choreography നൃത്തസംവിധാനം the sequence of steps and movements in a dance or figure skating routine Coming up with the choreography was easy, but actually sequencing the dance moves with the music was a lot harder.
1799 Chorister കോറിസ്റ്റർ a person who sings in a choir Even though he likes playing the piano for the choir more than being a chorister, the young man is a talented singer.
1800 Chorus ഗായകസംഘം a part of a song generally repeated after every verse The chorus of a song is often the most recognizable part of it, since it is repeated multiple times throughout the piece.
1801 Chose തിരഞ്ഞെടുത്തു the act of having chosen something Mordred of the Round Table chose to betray his Lord, King Arthur, rather than serve him faithfully.
1802 Christened ക്രിസ്തുമതം ചെയ്തു ceremonially dedicated The newborn baby was christened, being dedicated to Christ in front of her family.
1803 Christianity ക്രിസ്തുമതം the religion that uses the Bible as its scared book and is based on the person and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth Although they are both monotheistic religions, few view Christianity as a cult religion like they do Islam.
1804 Chromatic ക്രോമാറ്റിക് relating to color; colorful Several artists used the same chromatic colors in their portraits at the display.
1805 Chromatin ക്രോമാറ്റിൻ genetic material composed of DNA and proteins that condenses to form chromosomes Found in the inside of the cell, chromatin is made up mostly of DNA and proteins.
1806 Chromosome ക്രോമസോം that portion of the cell that holds the genes which determine the identity and development of a plant or animal A chromosome is the cell organelle that contains the genes that define an organism’s traits.
1807 Chronic വിട്ടുമാറാത്ത appearing for a lengthy period of time For three months, I have had a chronic headache.
1808 Chronicle ക്രോണിക്കിൾ a report that describes events in the order in which they occurred  When the detective read the chronicle of the attack, he knew how and when the victim died.
1809 Chronological കാലക്രമം organized in the order of occurrence The easiest way to comprehend history is in chronological order, learning of events in the order that they happened in time.
1810 Chronology കാലഗണന the time pattern in which something happens The detectives sought to create the chronology leading up to the victim’s disappearance.
1811 Chronometer ക്രോണോമീറ്റർ an instrument designed to keep time with great accuracy, especially when at sea The chronometer was designed to help sailors more accurately determine longitude.
1812 Chthonic ച്തൊനിച് concerning or belonging to the underworld hell The chthonic creature came up from the underworld to terrorize the city.
1813 Chuckle ചിരിക്കുക to laugh quietly Letting out a soft chuckle, the janitor couldn’t help but laugh at the conversation he overheard.
1814 Chum ചും a close friend or pal Melody was my old school chum, but we haven’t been friends in years.
1815 Chunk ചങ്ക് a large piece of something A huge chunk of rock fell off the mountain and onto the road below.
1816 Churl ചുരുളുക a rude and mean-spirited person Theo often acted like a churl, being mean to everyone he came in contact with.
1817 Churlish ചുരുളൻ rude; impolite Although Ms. X is a beautiful and talented actress, she has a reputation for being churlish and difficult to get along with.
1818 Chute ചട്ടി vertical or inclined plane, channel, or passage for sliding things downward Santa’s elves pushed presents down the chute and into the back of the sleigh.
1819 Chutzpah ചുട്സ്പ personal confidence or courage that may come across as rude but allows one to do or say what they feel Full of chutzpah, the arrogant man wasn’t afraid to voice his opinion to anyone.
1820 Cilia സിലിയ the feather-like, thin hairs connected to the eyelid known as an eyelash Humans have an average of 250 cilia per eye and even though at least one eyelash falls out per day, they grow back quickly.
1821 Cinder സിൻഡർ a small, glowing piece of partly burnt coal or wood One glowing cinder was all that remained of the once burning fire.
1822 Cinematography ഛായാഗ്രഹണം the study or skill of making movies Before becoming a world-known filmmaker, Peter studied cinematography at Bowen University.
1823 Cipher സൈഫർ a code that is not easily solved The serial killer left a cipher with each body that provided clues to the detectives on where to find the next victim.
1824 Circa ഏകദേശം around or about a certain date The historian is not certain of the exact date, but he believes the war took place circa 300,000 years ago.
1825 Circle വൃത്തം a group of people that share interests, professions, or acquaintances My circle of friends includes myself and the two kids I grew up with since elementary school, though I am eager to add more.
1826 Circuitous സർക്യൂട്ട് not said or done simply or clearly  Because the spy did not want to give away the location of his headquarters, he always took a long and circuitous route to his office.
1827 Circular വൃത്താകൃതി shaped like a circle; round The circular tower was much taller than the ones built in a square shape instead of a rounded one.
1828 Circulate സർക്കുലേറ്റ് ചെയ്യുക to spread or move around freely; to move in circles The new company was planning to circulate fliers about their up and coming business.
1829 Circulation രക്തചംക്രമണം the continuous movement of something in a closed section While on the plane, the woman’s blood circulation was reduced and her legs began to cramp.
1830 Circumference ചുറ്റളവ് the distance around something round or rounded, like the distance around the edge of a circle The nurse measured the circumference of the newborn babies’ head.
1831 Circumlocution പ്രദക്ഷിണം the use of too many words to say something, especially in order to avoid saying something clearly The con man tried to use circumlocution to avoid explaining his real intentions to the wealthy couple.
1832 Circumnavigate പ്രദക്ഷിണം ചെയ്യുക to travel entirely around something In order to get into the police station, we must first circumnavigate the crowd of protestors.
1833 Circumscribe ചുറ്റുക to limit the range or scope of something to a particular degree When my husband drinks too much, I hide his car keys to circumscribe his capacity to drive.
1834 Circumspect ചുറ്റുപാട് to think carefully before doing or saying anything, in order to avoid risks or consequences; cautious In this day and age, you need to be circumspect about giving out too much personal information on the internet.
1835 Circumstance സാഹചര്യം a particular incident that influences another event Under no circumstance will I allow my daughter to go to a party that is not supervised by an adult.
1836 Circumstantial സാഹചര്യം something that seems to be true but is not proven The evidence against the suspect was purely circumstantial and was not enough to convict.
1837 Circumvent ചുറ്റളവ് to get around something If we do not find a way to circumvent this problem, we will not be able to finish the project.
1838 Cistern സിസ്റ്റേൺ a reservoir or tank for holding water, especially for catching and holding rainwater for later use Due to living in the rural areas of Montana, the farmer kept a cistern filled with water.
1839 Citadel കോട്ട a stronghold or fortress that was normally built on elevated ground Guards hid the royal family in a secret room in the citadel during the invasion.
1840 Citation അവലംബം specific information to identify and locate a specific publication A citation that was listed in the book I was reading lead me to additional articles.
1841 Cite ഉദ്ധരിക്കുക to use the words of another When the politician accepts his party’s presidential nomination, he will more than likely cite a former president in his speech.
1842 Citizen പൗരൻ a legally recognized resident of a city, state, or town The path to becoming a citizen is a long one for illegal residents or those who have previously committed crimes.
1843 Citizenship പൗരത്വം the right to be a citizen of a particular country If you were born in the United States, you have already gained your citizenship.
1844 Civic സിവിക് related to a city or citizen Nonviolent civic protests were taking place to protect the rights of the U.S. citizens.
1845 Civil സിവിൽ polite and cultured We insisted that both parties begin to interact in a decent and civil way, despite all their years of fighting.
1846 Civilian സിവിലിയൻ person who is not an active member of the armed forces; non-military person The undercover agent dresses in civilian clothes.
1847 Civility നാഗരികത politeness Her civility was apparent when she greeted her new guests with appropriate introductions and shaking of hands.
1848 Civilization നാഗരികത  a society that is developed and productive in its resource usage The student was thrilled when her professor invited her to join the team that was digging to unearth an early civilization.
1849 Civilized പരിഷ്കൃത well-mannered and polite Kate was warned by her principal that she better start acting in a civilized way if she hoped to graduate with the rest of her class.
1850 Clabber ക്ലബ്ബർ curdle Leaving the toddler’s cup in the sun caused the milk inside to clabber.
1851 Clad വസ്ത്രം ധരിച്ചു concealed by something For safety reasons, the president’s vehicle is clad in bulletproof armor.
1852 Claim അവകാശം to make a questionable statement about something Scientists claim that a giant asteroid hit the Earth and destroyed the dinosaurs, triggering the Ice Age.
1853 Claimant അവകാശി someone who makes a claim, especially in a lawsuit before a court The claimant was rewarded money for the damages to her property.
1854 Clairvoyant ക്ലെയർവോയന്റ് able to see beyond the range of ordinary observation The psychic’s clairvoyant abilities allowed her to see into the future.
1855 Clamber ക്ലേംബർ to crawl or climb in an awkward manner Fortunately, the baby fell back onto the soft carpet after trying to clamber up the steps.
1856 Clambering ക്ലാമ്പറിംഗ് ascending in an awkward manner The children laughed when they saw the old man clambering over the tall fence.
1857 Clammy കശുവണ്ടി unpleasantly damp and sticky or slimy to touch The feverish girl’s skin was clammy and slick with a light layer of sweat.
1858 Clamor ബഹളം to ask for loudly As soon as the people learn about the little boy’s murder, they are going to clamor for justice.
1859 Clan കുലം a tribe or family Each clan in the village had a different symbol on the totem pole to represent their family.
1860 Clan കുലം a group of close-knit people or families The Mayfield clan gathers every summer for a roundhouse family reunion.
1861 Clandestine രഹസ്യമായി done in an unobtrusive manner to avoid detection We waited until after our parents went to sleep to have our clandestine meeting about their surprise party.
1862 Clang ക്ലോംഗ് a loud, usually echoing sound of metallic impact There was a loud clang as I dropped the pot I was cooking with on the tile kitchen floor.
1863 Clangor ക്ലാൻഗോർ a continuous noisy banging  The angry wife wanted her sleeping husband to hear the clangor of pots and pans in the kitchen.
1864 Claptrap ക്ലാപ്ട്രാപ്പ് ridiculous talk that doesn’t make any sense The old gossipers didn’t tell the truth but simply sat on their porches sharing claptrap with one another.
1865 Clarification വ്യക്തത a detailed explanation given to make something more understandable For clarification, would you please show me how to use the glucose meter again?
1866 Clarify വ്യക്തമാക്കാം to make clear and easier to understand Because our instructor was so unclear, I had to continually ask him to clarify and repeat what he was saying.
1867 Clarion ക്ലാരിയോൺ forceful and clear-cut Because the captain’s clarion instructions were loud and clear, you had to hear them.
1868 Clarity വ്യക്തത the quality of being clear and easily understood I edited my work for clarity, making sure to avoid any kind of legalese.
1869 Clash ഏറ്റുമുട്ടൽ to collide together noisily or violently The baby continued to clash the pots and pans together, making a huge racket.
1870 Clasp കൈപ്പിടി take hold of; grab tightly I would clasp the check firmly in one hand because dropping it would mean possibly losing ten thousand dollars.
1871 Class ക്ലാസ് impressive style, wealth, or behavior That woman with the fancy dress and the elegant poise clearly has class, though I wonder if she acts that way just to impress people.
1872 Classic ക്ലാസിക് a work of art that has been recognized to be of high quality and worth over time Almost each and every one of Shakespeare’s plays has become a classic by now, being hailed as masterfully written pieces of literature by most everyone.
1873 Classification വർഗ്ഗീകരണം a group of things or people that are grouped together because of what they have in common Because our school is grouped in a larger classification, our football team doesn’t play smaller neighboring schools.
1874 Classification വർഗ്ഗീകരണം the process of classifying or labeling things based on shared traits Scientists use classification to divide the animal kingdom and make them easier to study and understand based on their similarities.
1875 Classify തരംതിരിക്കുക to group things or people together in categories based on things they have in common The teacher had her students classify all the shapes with less than four sides in one basket and the shapes with more than four or more sides in another.
1876 Classify തരംതിരിക്കുക to arrange things into groups depending on their shared qualities I tend to classify motor vehicles based on their shape and aesthetic design, by separating them into cars, trucks, and SUVs.
1877 Classy ക്ലാസ്സി elegant and refined in look in style Dressed in a classy ensemble, the stylish model made her way down the runway.
1878 Clause ക്ലോസ് a separate part of a contract or other binding document that gives more information The plaintiff asked the judge to look at the last clause of her lease which she believed proved that she had given her landlady enough time to find a new tenant.
1879 Claustrophobia ക്ലോസ്ട്രോഫോബിയ the fear of closed, tight places My claustrophobia is out of control when I am in an elevator.
1880 Claw നഖം a curved pointed horny nail on each digit of the foot in birds, lizards, and some mammals At the Renaissance festival, falconers wear steel-enforced, mesh gloves to protect them from the bird’s razor-sharp claw.
1881 Clay കളിമണ്ണ് sediment that is made up of particles smaller than silt In art class, we had to make a sculpture out of clay and then heat it in the kiln so it would harden into a solid piece.
1882 Cleanliness ശുചിത്വം the attribute of being clean or immaculate If you wish to impress someone on a date, you should practice cleanliness so you are not dirty when you see them.
1883 Cleanse ശുദ്ധീകരിക്കുക to clean or wash something, usually of impurities A lack of laundry detergent made it hard to cleanse the clothing inside the washing machine.
1884 Clearance ക്ലിയറൻസ് official permission to do something Before passengers were allowed on the plane, clearance had to be given by TSA officials.
1885 Cleats ക്ലീറ്റുകൾ shoes with have metal projections on the bottom that are worn during sporting events The football player laced up his cleats and marched on to the field with his teammates.
1886 Cleavage പിളർപ്പ് a separation between two groups or things The chef cut into the cleavage between the breasts to make two pieces of chicken.
1887 Cleave പിളരുക to split with a tool You can use the axe to cleave the tree.
1888 Cleft പിളർപ്പ് an opening fissure, or V-shaped indentation made by or as if by splitting  Neil and Mary’s baby girl had a cleft lip repair at age six months.
1889 Clemency ദയ a decision not to punish someone severely The killer’s wife begged the judge to give her husband clemency so he would be out of prison before she died.
1890 Clement ക്ലെമന്റ് mild or merciful The kind warden insists all his prisoners receive clement treatment.
1891 Clergy പുരോഹിതൻ individuals who lead religious groups  Because the clergy wants to increase church attendance, they are going door to door introducing themselves to community members.
1892 Clerical വൈദികൻ of or relating to clerks or their work; office tasks  The Department of Driver Services says clerical and administrative errors led to the mistake that landed a man in jail.
1893 Cliche ക്ലീഷെ a word or phrase used excessively When will Ginger come up with a new phrase and stop using that cliché in all her social media posts?
1894 Client കക്ഷി a person who pays someone else for their services The attorney required the client to pay a 500 dollar fee before he would begin working on her case.
1895 Clientele ഇടപാടുകാർ the individuals who frequent a certain business The strip club’s clientele includes a number of politicians and wealthy business owners.
1896 Climate കാലാവസ്ഥ the temperature and weather associated with an environment or area Skiing resorts typically are located in a colder climate so that snow will fall naturally during the season.
1897 Climatic കാലാവസ്ഥ associated with climate  The climatic change could cause us to cancel our cookout.
1898 Climax ക്ലൈമാക്സ് the most extreme part of a story, play, song, or situation In the film the climax occurs when the heiress gives up her fortune and walks out of the family mansion.
1899 Climb കയറുക to move upward towards the top of something I get out of breath when I climb the stairs, even if it’s just a few steps.
1900 Clinch ക്ലിഞ്ച് to make certain; to finalize The Senate must work quickly and together in order to clinch the budget deal to avoid a government shutdown.
1901 Cling പറ്റിപ്പിടിക്കുക hold tightly Eric does not like to swim while wearing an undershirt because wet clothes cling to his body.
1902 Clingy പറ്റിപ്പിടിക്കുന്ന used to describe something that sticks onto someone or something tightly The clingy shirt stuck to the girl’s skin after she got out of the swimming pool.
1903 Clingy പറ്റിപ്പിടിക്കുന്ന something or someone that is likely to stick, catch, or otherwise be stuck to something My dog is extremely clingy, refusing to leave my side no matter where I go, including the bathroom.
1904 Clinical ക്ലിനിക്കൽ related to the observation and treatment of a patient Clinical studies showed that many patients improve after taking the medication.
1905 Clique ക്ലിക് an exclusive group with few members The cool kids’ clique always sits in the last row of the auditorium.
1906 Cloak മേലങ്കി sleeveless, blanket-like covering Placing the cloak over her shoulders, she braced herself for the cold weather and stepped out of the shadows.
1907 Clod കട്ട lump of something, especially of earth or clay After a long slow rainstorm, the soccer field created problems when the ball would make an awkward bounce after hitting a clod of dirt.
1908 Clog അടഞ്ഞുകിടക്കുക to block or slow passage through Pouring oil down the sink drain caused it to clog and fill with water.
1909 Cloister ക്ലോയിസ്റ്റർ to isolate from others Although the girl was quite shy, she tried hard to not cloister herself in the corner at parties.
1910 Clone ക്ലോൺ an organism or cell, or group of organisms or cells, produced asexually from one ancestor or stock, to which they are genetically identical The stranger resembled her so closely that she thought she was her clone.
1911 Close-minded അടുത്ത മനസ്സുള്ള having a narrow outlook that makes it difficult to consider other views or opinions The senior was so close-minded and judgemental; he wouldn’t even listen to his nephew’s unbiased views.
1912 Close അടയ്ക്കുക uncomfortably humid and lacking in breezes or wind It’s been unusually close weather today, with only a single breeze to counter the humidity and the sweat that’s been plaguing everyone.
1913 Closeness അടുപ്പം to be in immediate distance or time to something else  Living in the same community, the closeness of the family could be seen when they attended every function together.
1914 Closure അടച്ചുപൂട്ടൽ a sense of resolution at the end of an incident or artistic work Many people that end up divorcing want closure after the fact to help them feel as though it is well and truly behind them.
1915 Cloture ക്ലോച്ചർ the act of ending a debate or discussion with a request for a vote Although the senator knew he could lose the vote, he demanded cloture of the debate so the votes could be cast.
1916 Cloud മേഘം a fluffy, usually white colored mass of water vapor that floats high in the sky Rain fell crispy from the cloud, covering the crops in a cool mist.
1917 Clout ക്ലൗട്ട് special advantage or influence to control situations The wedding planner used her clout to get the bride and groom a discount on their wedding location.
1918 Clown വിദൂഷകൻ someone who acts silly to entertain or make others laugh The class clown always tries to make other kids laugh during class.
1919 Clown വിദൂഷകൻ a comedic circus entertainer that usually dresses up in a silly costume with a red nose and big shoes The circus clown made the children laugh as he juggled bottles while singing a silly song.
1920 Clue സൂചന information that may lead one to a certain point or conclusion  The detective looked around the house, searching for a clue to the whereabouts of a missing person.
1921 Clump കൂട്ടം a small, dense group of people or animals There is a clump of people standing outside of the new store, each of theme eager to partake in its opening sale before the competition can take the best goods.
1922 Clumsy വിചിത്രമായ awkward in movement or handling, prone to accidents or mistakes My dog is rather clumsy, bumping into things whenever she runs around and sliding on hard floors all the time.
1923 Clung പറ്റിച്ചു gripped or stuck to something As the little girl didn’t want to be left at the preschool, she clung to her mother’s leg by wrapping both of her arms and legs around her mother’s calf.
1924 Cluster ക്ലസ്റ്റർ a group of similar things that are physically close to one another There is a small cluster of people standing at the edge of the hallway, blocking my path to my next class.
1925 Clutch ക്ലച്ച് to tightly hold or grasp Clutch my hand tightly if you don’t want to fall off the roof!
1926 Clutter കോലാഹലം a messy collection of things lying around Clutter filled the elderly couple’s home as they refused to get rid of anything they had every bought.
1927 Coach കോച്ച് a person who trains others when it comes to a particular activity or skill Because our coach resigned, a new basketball trainer will need to be hired to guide the athletes.
1928 Coagulate കട്ടപിടിക്കുക to thicken or develop as a mass The killer did not realize the blood would coagulate on the floor and form a huge blob.
1929 Coalesce കൂട്ടിക്കലർത്തുക to join into a single mass Olivia stared into the distance and concentrated, hoping that all her random thoughts would somehow coalesce into one brilliant idea.
1930 Coalition കൂട്ടുകക്ഷി a group formed to gain an advantage A coalition of downtown business owners has created a marketing plan to bring more shoppers into the downtown area.
1931 Coastal തീരദേശം near where a body of water meets land the coast The coastal plain running along the sea’s edge make for the perfect Pacific Ocean look-out.
1932 Coax കോക്സ് persuade gradually Because the boy I babysat for needed me to coax him to brush his teeth, I made up a song to help encourage him.
1933 Cobble കോബിൾ to mend, repair, or put something together The student council was asked to cobble together a plan for graduation day celebrations.
1934 Cocky കോക്കി conceited and smug After his team won the last 10 football games, the cocky quarterback told everyone at school that he won the game by himself.
1935 Cocky കോക്കി arrogant and conceited The cocky boxer wasn’t as arrogant after he was knocked out in the first round.
1936 Cocoon കൊക്കൂൺ the silky protective case spun by the larvae of some insects and moths that serves as a covering for their pupal stage They are like a pupa waiting in its cocoon for rebirth, ultimately becoming a butterfly.
1937 Coda കോഡ the final or extra part of a piece of music, speech, statement, or some other writing The final section of the song was sealed with a coda that sounded like an entirely different melody.
1938 Coddle കോഡിൽ to treat gently or with great care The babysitter realized that she couldn’t coddle the children because they started to ignore her commands.
1939 Code കോഡ് a systematic collection of rules and laws The code of chivalry was a set of rules and guidelines that dictated how knights were supposed to live their lives.
1940 Codependent കോഡിപെൻഡന്റ് attached to another person and reliant on them, usually emotionally or in an unhealthy way Because he is so codependent on his caregivers, the sick man looks to them to meet all of his needs.
1941 Codicil കോഡിസിൽ an addition to the will that changes or clarifies the original document Before my father died, he wrote a codicil to his will that prohibited his cheating wife from receiving any of his fortune.
1942 Coefficient ഗുണകം a digit by which something else is multiplied  During class, I learned a coefficient is always attached to a variable.
1943 Coerce നിർബന്ധിക്കുക to make someone do something by using force or threats The bully tried to coerce the small kids into giving him their lunch money.
1944 Coetaneous കോറ്റേനിയസ് a comparative term that means having the same age or date of origin as something else Because the coetaneous stars have the same brightness, they were probably created around the same time.
1945 Coeval കോവൽ similar in age or length of time Once Jenny and I realized our parties were coeval, I decided to host my event on another day.
1946 Coffer ഖജനാവ് a strong chest or box that is used to store money or valuables After placing all his loot into the coffer, the pirate locked the chest.
1947 Cog കോഗ് a wheel or bar with protrusions that transfer motion by interacting with another object with similar protrusions The inside of old analog clocks is full of small cogs and gears that work with each other to turn the hands of the clock on the outside.
1948 Cogency കോജൻസി the state of being clear and coherent in a way that is likely to persuade others The attorney argues with a cogency that could convince any jury of his client’s innocence.
1949 Cogent കോജന്റ് very clear and easy for the mind to accept and believe Because the child was so young, I worked hard to give her cogent answers to her questions.
1950 Cogitate ചിന്തിക്കുക  to think hard about; to consider Even though he had received many invitations to celebrate his ninetieth birthday, the old spy preferred to stay home with a good cigar and quietly cogitate upon his life of adventure.
1951 Cognate കോഗ്നേറ്റ് associated by origin or birth The two fields are cognate because they both stem from the subject of biology.
1952 Cognition അറിവ് the mental courses by which one obtains knowledge through experiences and thoughts In the car accident, Steve acquired a head injury that affected his cognition and prevented him from learning new things.
1953 Cognizance അറിവ് to have awareness or knowledge of something My son has no cognizance that his reckless actions are dangerous.
1954 Cognizant കോഗ്നിസന്റ് knowledgeable of something, especially through personal experience Because I have been on a tight budget for two years, I am very cognizant of the importance of using coupons to get the best deals.
1955 Cohere കോഹെർ to stick together; be united Lasagna layers need time out of the oven to cohere and become one solid mass.
1956 Coherent യോജിച്ച logical and clear If you can’t explain this concept in a more coherent way, I will never be able to understand it.
1957 Cohesion ഒത്തുചേരൽ the act of coming together to form a united whole Cohesion of the two sides into one happy family was a lot harder than the new couple had hoped.
1958 Cohesive ഒത്തൊരുമയുള്ള closely united; well integrated After six weeks of training together, our group bonded and became quite cohesive.
1959 Cohort കോഹോർട്ട് a group of people supporting the same thing or person The Millennial generation is the largest cohort in US history.
1960 Coiffure കോഫിഫർ the way in which a person’s hair is fixed; a hairstyle When Jimmy wears a coiffure of that style, he looks like a mobster in his silk suit.
1961 Coil കോയിൽ to wind in circles or rings We watched the snake coil itself around its prey so that it could constrict it to death.
1962 Coinage നാണയം coins that are used in a country Before the invention of coinage, some cultures traded beads as a form of money.
1963 Coinage നാണയം coins (in a collective sense)  The country’s coinage has a picture of its first president on the face of the currency.
1964 Coincide ഒത്തുചേരുക to be similar or happen during the same time period The grand opening of the gift shop will coincide with the winter festival so residents can begin their holiday shopping.
1965 Coincidence യാദൃശ്ചികം a condition in which at least two things happen concurrently without planning It’s not a coincidence my husband’s flirtatious ex-wife went to visit him while I was out of town.
1966 Coincident യാദൃശ്ചികം at the same time or in harmony with something It was coincident when Harmony and Hazel broke their violin string at the exact same time.
1967 Coincidental യാദൃശ്ചികം resulting from chance or unplanned circumstances Having not even known that my friend was back in town, our meeting at the local grocery store was completely coincidental.
1968 Coincidentally യാദൃശ്ചികമായി happening by or resulting from coincidence; by chance Ashley first met David coincidentally, and she used the opportunity to ask him out on a date.
1969 Coined നാണയം invented or created a new phrase Before someone coined the word “bae” to mean one’s girlfriend/boyfriend, it was only a Danish word for poop.
1970 Coitus കോയിറ്റസ് sex or fornication It is illegal to engage in coitus in the United States and most of the first world without the consent of your partner.
1971 Cold തണുപ്പ് a state of being in which one feels adversely affected by temperatures below a certain level of comfort Needless to say I felt rather cold when I stepped outside into the snow to grab the newspaper without anything other than my pajamas on.
1972 Collaborate സഹകരിക്കുക to labor with individuals or a single person to complete a task The software engineers will collaborate on the project to make sure it is available to the customer on the agreed upon date.
1973 Collaboratively സഹകരിച്ച് in a way that involves two or more people working together towards a common goal Working collaboratively, the two musicians were able to come up with a song that fits both of their styles.
1974 Collage കൊളാഷ് an artistic creation made by sticking many different things together Creating a collage out of all her childhood pictures, Jaleesa used her artistic ability helped her make the perfect mother’s gift.
1975 Collapse ചുരുക്കുക to fall down suddenly due to pressure The reasons for the sudden collapse of the Mayan civilization is still unknown.
1976 Collate ഒത്തുചേരുക to put information in a specific order The software program allows people to collate their photographs by dates.
1977 Collateral കൊളാറ്ററൽ something taken as a guarantee for a debt Since my sister has a habit of keeping my clothes, I now ask for collateral when she wants to borrow something.
1978 Collection സമാഹാരം an assembly of items that are perceived as having cultural value, acquired as a set by a collector My dad has a collection of old books he considers to be classics, many of which are series that I’ve never even heard of.
1979 Collectively കൂട്ടായി as a unit or group If we work collectively as a group, we can have the project complete before the deadline.
1980 Collegiate കൊളീജിയറ്റ് associated with college life The collegiate party was filled with students from the local university.
1981 Collide കൂട്ടിയിടിക്കുക to crash or smack into one another The snowy conditions caused the car to collide into the back of the semi-truck.
1982 Collision കൂട്ടിയിടി a crash in which objects collide into each other After the collision, a tow truck was called to pick up the damaged vehicles.
1983 Colloquial സംസാരഭാഷ casual and conversational language Because a job interview is such a serious event, one should not speak to the interviewer in a colloquial tone.
1984 Colloquy സംസാരഭാഷ  a serious chat or conversation From my bedroom, I could hear portions of my parents’ colloquy about my poor grades.
1985 Collude കൂട്ടുകൂടുക to conspire for a secret purpose Breaking antitrust laws, company executives began to collude with one another to make sure their illegal doings were under wraps.
1986 Collusion ഒത്തുകളി a private agreement for a dishonest purpose Under the collusion between the crooked cops and the drug dealers, the officers receive fifteen percent of the drug profits.
1987 Collywobbles കോളിവോബിൾസ് a feeling of fear or nervousness Feeling collywobbles in her tummy, the nervous singer shook as she took the stage.
1988 Colon കോളൻ the longest part of the large intestine that connects to the rectum The patient learned that colon cancer had taken over her large intestine and that the organ wasn’t working properly.
1989 Colonel കേണൽ a high Army rank above Lieutenant Colonel but below Brigadier General The Colonel is a high enough rank to be in charge of a major military offensive, but he still answers to the generals above him.
1990 Colonialism കൊളോണിയലിസം the instance of one country dominating another territory and its citizens England’s colonialism of the new world was brought to an end by the American revolution.
1991 Colonist കോളനിക്കാരൻ a founder of a colony; a person who settles in a new colony A simple colonist alerted the citizens with the oncoming British soldiers, and he became known as Paul Revere.
1992 Colonization കോളനിവൽക്കരണം the process of establishing a colony British colonization of America first began in Jamestown, Virginia, eventually extending throughout the Americas.
1993 Colonnade കൊളോണേഡ് architectural pillars in front of a building Many ancient cities’ buildings have a colonnade stretching across the front for tourists to enter through.
1994 Colony കോളനി an area where individuals who have something in common live as a group Since Elaine is very modest, we know she will not join us at the nudist colony.
1995 Color നിറം to dye something a particular hue or shade Meredith wants to color her hair red but doesn’t know if it will look natural if she changes its tone.
1996 Colossus കൊളോസസ് a thing or person that is very large or gigantic It seemed like overnight, the mom-and-pop shop had grown into a colossus that rakes in millions every year.
1997 Column കോളം a-pillar or post that stands upright and is shaped like a cylinder Each column of the tall plantation home had lights wrapped around its cylindrical form.
1998 Comatose കോമറ്റോസ് unconscious and unable to communicate The car crash victim was comatose and unable to talk while on the stretcher.
1999 Combat യുദ്ധം ake action to reduce, destroy, or prevent In order to combat global warming, we must try to recycle, waste less, conserve energy, and burn fewer fossil fuels.
2000 Combatant പോരാളി an armed fighter Carey loved hearing his grandfather’s stories about when he was a combatant in WWII.
2001 Combative പോരാട്ടവീര്യം ready to fight; argumentative As the angry patient became more combative, the nurse gave her a shot of medicine to help her relax.
2002 Combination കോമ്പിനേഷൻ the result of the grouping together of several different things The kids like to eat pizza that has a large combination of different toppings.
2003 Combine സംയോജിപ്പിക്കുക to bring two or more things or activities together; to unite For a quick breakfast I often combine milk with cereal.
2004 Combustible കത്തുന്ന something that is susceptible to igniting or being caught on fire Paper is a combustible material that you could easily light on fire with a match or a lighter.
2005 Combustion ജ്വലനം the process of burning The combustion of leaves can lead to a forest fire if not handled properly.
2006 Comeback മടങ്ങിവരിക a return to popularity, success, etc. after an extended period of obscurity Shoulder pads went out with the eighties, but I think it’s making a comeback.
2007 Comedy കോമഡി professional entertainment designed to make the audience laugh, typically through jokes or satire I prefer to watch comedy movies because I prefer laughing over being scared or involved in a suspenseful action scene.
2008 Comeliness സൌന്ദര്യം attractiveness; beauty The vain woman’s mother kept insisting that comeliness is in the eye of the beholder, but the daughter insisted a good plastic surgeon is key.
2009 Comely മനോഹരമായി attractive to the eye Jake offered to buy the comely blonde a drink.
2010 Comer കോമർ one showing promise of attaining success Starting up a comer advertisement agency, it was obvious that the entrepreneur’s business was headed for success.
2011 Comestible കോമസ്റ്റബിൾ an item of food An Italian based comestible, pizza is one of my all-time favorite foods.
2012 Comet ധൂമകേതു a celestial body, generally with a tail located in the solar system Astronomers discovered a comet and as it comes closer to earth, it becomes apparent it may strike our planet.
2013 Cometh കോമത്ത് a form of the word come that is third-person singular simple present indicative form but is archaic and rarely used If you refuse to pay what you owe, to your door, the tax man cometh.
2014 Comeuppance വരവ് just punishment that someone deserves The judge handed down comeuppance to the deserving rapist.
2015 Comfort ആശ്വാസം to relieve the distress or suffering of; to provide relief to Ruth’s was able to comfort her best friend after her cancer diagnosis with her supportive words.
2016 Comical ഹാസ്യാത്മകം funny; amusing My husband found the show comical, while I just thought it was silly.
2017 Comically ഹാസ്യാത്മകമായി in a funny or joking way The class clown would answer questions comically usually by explaining a situation that could never happen.
2018 Comity കോമിറ്റി mutual courtesy and respect Comity is hard to find in the office since all of the bankers seem to value cutthroat actions over respect.
2019 Command കമാൻഡ് to order someone to do something The King will command the men to be executed and the orders will be carried out.
2020 Commandeer കമാൻഡർ to take control of something When the police officer noticed his tires were punctured, he made the decision to commandeer a civilian’s vehicle.
2021 Commander-in-chief കമാൻഡർ ഇൻ ചീഫ് the supreme commander in a country’s armed forces The President of the United States is the Commander-in-chief of its armed forces, the supreme commander above all others.
2022 Commander കമാൻഡർ a person in control of a group of people, especially military groups The commander ordered the troops to turn back and leave the area.
2023 Commandment കൽപ്പന a divine rule handed down by God Because he didn’t fall the commandment ordained by God, the sinner was sentenced to death.
2024 Commemorate അനുസ്മരിക്കുക to do something special as a means of tribute or recognition  The general will commemorate the soldier’s act of heroism by presenting him with a medal.
2025 Commence ആരംഭിക്കുക to get under way  Since the meeting will commence at three o’clock exactly, do not be late!
2026 Commencement തുടങ്ങുന്നതിനു graduation ceremony in which diplomas or degrees are confirmed Preparing her commencement speech, the Valedictorian wanted to find a moving quote to speak to her fellow graduates.
2027 Commend അഭിനന്ദിക്കുക to express approval of a person’s achievements As the principal of the high school, it is my pleasure to commend all of this year’s graduates for their achievements.
2028 Commendable പ്രശംസനീയം deserving honor, respect, or admiration I find it commendable that the department store would agree to accept returned merchandise, 3 months after it was purchased.
2029 Commendation അഭിനന്ദനം an award or honor Receiving a commendation in recognition of his volunteer services was the highlight of the fireman’s day.
2030 Commensalism കോമൻസലിസം a relationship between two distinct organisms in which one of the things obtains a benefit of some sort and the other organism neither gains nor loses anything  A remora attaching itself to a shark for transportation purposes is a prime example of commensalism.
2031 Commensurate ആനുപാതികമായി in proportion; equal You will get a salary increase commensurate with your additional responsibilities and work.
2032 Commentary വ്യാഖ്യാനം descriptive remarks based on someone’s viewpoint Every commentary that was made after the woman’s speech was positive since she spoke so eloquently.
2033 Commerce വാണിജ്യം actions associated with selling and buying services and goods  E-commerce or electronic commerce involves the buying and selling of goods and services online.
2034 Commiserate കമ്മിസറേറ്റ് express or feel sympathy or pity Until you have walked in his shoes, you cannot commiserate with him.
2035 Commission കമ്മീഷൻ an amount of money given as a payment from the company for completing a business deal Once the saleslady rung up the multiple items at the retail store, she smiled because she would make a hefty commission from the sale.
2036 Commit പ്രതിബദ്ധത to make one’s self obliged to do something or bound to a promise The man regretted his decision to commit himself to marriage and wished he had never taken his vows.
2037 Commitment പ്രതിബദ്ധത the act of dedicating yourself to a cause or activity; dedication Passing tests in medical school is important, but one also requires commitment to see things through to the end.
2038 Committee കമ്മിറ്റി a group of people appointed or elected to work on project or study a problem Each committee member was given a different task to complete for the upcoming Relay for Life Event.
2039 Commodious കോമോഡിസ് spacious and convenient; roomy and comfortable I finally found an inexpensive hotel with rooms that are commodious enough for the whole family.
2040 Common സാധാരണ happening every day or ordinary A common activity for new mothers is to calm and soothe their crying babies since babies cry for many different reasons on a daily basis.
2041 Commonality സാമാന്യത the condition of sharing certain characteristics The twins have only one commonality; they both have bright red hair.
2042 Commoner സാധാരണക്കാരൻ an ordinary person who has no special title and isn’t of royal blood Because she was a commoner, no one expected that Cinderella would be the one to end up with Prince Charming.
2043 Commonplace പൊതു സ്ഥലം ordinary; not unusual Even though my sister and I equally shared the car, it was commonplace for the car to be missing from the driveway.
2044 Commonsensical കോമൺസെൻസിക്കൽ based on sound reasoning or information Though the information was commonsensical, some of the students still didn’t understand it.
2045 Commonwealth കോമൺവെൽത്ത് an independent country, community or state According to census records her home state is the fastest growing commonwealth in the nation.
2046 Commotion ബഹളം noisy confusion There was a commotion among the sheep when the dog broke loose from its leash.
2047 Communal വർഗീയ used to describe something that is shared by or available to all members of a specific community The communal pool at the community center is open to everyone that lives in the neighborhood.
2048 Communicable ആശയവിനിമയം referring to a disease that can be transmitted or given to others Any disease that can be transferred to another person, be it through touch, air travel, or blood, is considered communicable.
2049 Communicate ആശയവിനിമയം നടത്തുക to share information or ideas through words, movement, or writing The twins use their own language to communicate, one that even their own parents don’t understand.
2050 Communication ആശയവിനിമയം the ability or act of talking with another person either in person or through some other medium to exchange information The campers were cut off from communication with their friends and family members when their cellphones lost service deep in the woods.
2051 Communism കമ്മ്യൂണിസം a financial and political system in which the government controls all of a country’s major resources and distributes them according to need One of the benefits of communism is free healthcare for everyone.
2052 Commute യാത്ര ചെയ്യുക to travel to and from work on a regular basis, typically from home My commute takes me about twenty minutes every day, so if I want to arrive to work on time I have to wake up at least forty minutes before I have to be there.
2053 Commute യാത്ര ചെയ്യുക to travel a considerable distance between home and work on a regular basis Because my place of work is so far away, I have to commute for over an hour every single day to make it to work and back home again.
2054 Commuter യാത്രക്കാരൻ a person who regularly travels a great distance to work Jake wasn’t thrilled to become a commuter, but the pay was worth the hour and 15 minute drive from home.
2055 Compact ഒതുക്കമുള്ളത് condensed; compressed The compact wagon was much more condensed than a full-size SUV.
2056 Compaction കോംപാക്ഷൻ the process of making more compact or densely packed together The soil that was added to the planter had to be light so that compaction wouldn’t occur and crush the roots.
2057 Companion കൂട്ടുകാരൻ someone you spend a lot of time with Sometimes, the best companion for an elderly man is an obedient and calm dog.
2058 Companion കൂട്ടുകാരൻ a person who accompanies another person while traveling or doing other tasks The service dog acts as a companion to the blind man and follows him everywhere he goes.
2059 Company കമ്പനി a person or group of people seen as pleasant or enjoyable to be around My brother has always been exceptionally good company, since we are around the same age and grew up spending time together.
2060 Comparable താരതമ്യപ്പെടുത്താവുന്നതാണ് having features in common with something else Finding a hotel with comparable amenities at half the price proved difficult for the travelers.
2061 Comparative താരതമ്യേന relative; in comparison to something else Because they are the three major monotheistic religions, Islam, Christianity, and Judaism are comparative faiths.
2062 Comparatively താരതമ്യേന to a moderate degree when compared to something else Mistreating others because you have a comparatively higher income is morally wrong.
2063 Compare താരതമ്യം ചെയ്യുക to note similarities between things Auditors will compare the two files to see if they equal up.
2064 Comparison താരതമ്യം the act of telling what two or more things have in common A comparison of the two books showed that the main characters had a lot in common.
2065 Compartment കമ്പാർട്ട്മെന്റ് a separate division or section, often of a room, chamber, or container The pyramid contained a secret compartment where the body of the pharaoh and all his possessions were stored.
2066 Compartmentalize കമ്പാർട്ട്മെന്റലൈസ് ചെയ്യുക to separate and isolate things into compartments or categories We are taught to compartmentalize our work and personal lives, but sometimes it is hard to separate the two.
2067 Compass കോമ്പസ് a round, arrowed device that always points north and is used to find direction Explorers used the compass to find their way to the island.
2068 Compassion അനുകമ്പ awareness of an individual’s suffering The woman’s compassion for others led her to become a nun.
2069 Compassionate അനുകമ്പയുള്ള displaying concern and/or understanding towards other people The compassionate man donated half of his yearly salary to local charities.
2070 Compatible അനുയോജ്യം able to occur together or exist without conflict While Fido is compatible with dogs, he does not get along with cats.
2071 Compatriot ദേശാഭിമാനി somebody from one’s own country It put Juan at ease to be sitting next to a fellow compatriot on the plane trip from Spain to the United States.
2072 Compel നിർബന്ധിക്കുക to press or force to have something done  Sometimes I have to compel my daughter into doing her chores by threatening to keep her allowance.
2073 Compelling നിർബന്ധിതം captivating; enthralling The music was so compelling the snake stopped watching its prey and began to sway.
2074 Compendious കോംപൻഡീസ് something that has been explained in a concise or brief way The small book included a short and compendious overview of the history of Feudal Japan.
2075 Compendium സംഗ്രഹം an assortment of items displayed as a set The book is nothing more than a compendium of the author’s rants against the government.
2076 Compensation നഷ്ടപരിഹാരം that which is given as payment for a service or as reimbursement for a loss or expense  If the compensation doesn’t allow me to pay my bills, then I’m not interested in the job.
2077 Compete മത്സരിക്കുക To try to win something such as a prize or award On Friday, our team will compete in a race against a neighboring school.
2078 Competition മത്സരം a challenge for an award or prize When the spelling competition concludes, a prize will be given to the best speller.
2079 Competitive മത്സരാധിഷ്ഠിതം having a strong desire to win or be the best at something Because she’s so competitive, the tennis player can’t stand for someone else to win a match.
2080 Competitor മത്സരാർത്ഥി one who takes part in a contest or competition Manuel was the only competitor that had ever been a part of the race before.
2081 Compilation സമാഹാരം a collection A compilation of family photos was on display all across the living room wall.
2082 Compile സമാഹരിക്കുക to bring together items and put them in one set or collection The librarian will compile popular books by African American authors and put them in a special area for Black History Month.
2083 Complacency സംതൃപ്തി a feeling of self-satisfaction that makes one unaware of one’s environment Because of the complacency of the guards, enemy spies were able to sneak into the castle.
2084 Complacent ആത്മസംതൃപ്തി pleased; overly content I am rightfully not complacent with low quality service.
2085 Complain പരാതിപ്പെടുക to make negative remarks about someone or something often The students complain about all the extra homework their math teacher gave them over winter break.
2086 Complaint പരാതി a grievance, problem, difficulty or concern; the act of complaining I intend to make a formal complaint against my manager to Human Resources.
2087 Complaisant പരാതിക്കാരൻ marked by an inclination to please or oblige Marsha’s complaisant character made her the perfect servant.
2088 Complete പൂർത്തിയാക്കുക to finish; to conclude; to reach the end  The investigation into the store robbery is complete once the criminal confessed.
2089 Complex കോംപ്ലക്സ് difficult and complicated A complex problem surfaced during the faculty meeting when there were not enough staff members to serve food that day to the hundreds of customers who showed up.
2090 Complexion സങ്കീർണ്ണത the tone and look of the skin of someone’s face Her smooth complexion made the model irresistible to every cosmetic company who saw her face.
2091 Complexity സങ്കീർണ്ണത the state of being difficult or complicated Joshua became quite nervous when he noticed the complexity of the math problems on his final exam.
2092 Compliant കംപ്ലയിന്റ് observing the requirements and rules The teacher was shocked when her normally rebellious class became compliant.
2093 Complicate സങ്കീർണ്ണമാക്കുക make something more difficult or confusing by causing it to be more complex On shows like Chopped and Cupcake Wars, judges like to complicate the challenge by adding an exotic ingredient that many chefs haven’t used before.
2094 Complicated സങ്കീർണ്ണമായ difficult and involving many different parts The first cake recipe was too complicated, so I decided to choose a simpler one.
2095 Complication സങ്കീർണത a difficulty or problem The surgery was completed with only one complication and that difficulty was quickly overcome.
2096 Complicity സങ്കീർണ്ണത the condition of being involved in an act of wrongdoing Your complicity in the crime is probably going to earn you five years in prison.
2097 Compliment അഭിനന്ദനം a few words of praise: saying that someone or something is good in some way I just wanted to compliment you for the wonderful speech you gave tonight.
2098 Comply അനുസരിക്കുക to obey or be in agreement with a policy or rule The man was arrested because he refused to comply with the airline’s no smoking policy.
2099 Component ഘടകം a small section of a bigger part of a whole thing The only component of the sandwich that I do not like is the tomato, but the turkey, lettuce and mayonnaise are fine.
2100 Comport കംപോർട്ട് to fit with or act in a certain fashion Because the children do not comport well in a formal dining atmosphere, we have placed them at a kids’ table in the kitchen.
2101 Comportment കമ്പോർട്ട്മെന്റ് conduct; manners Because my brother lacks good comportment, he’s probably going to offend someone during the wedding banquet.
2102 Compose രചിക്കുക to put something together, like a letter, song, poem, speech, etc. Mozart would compose many famous musical pieces in his lifetime.
2103 Composed രചിച്ചത് calm and showing no signs of nervousness Trying to remain composed as she approached the judges, the beauty contestant took a deep breath and gave a sweet smile.
2104 Composite സംയുക്തം comprised of various elements  The composite test score is the sum of the math and vocabulary scores.
2105 Compost കമ്പോസ്റ്റ് decayed material (i.e., leaves, food peelings) that is used as a fertilizer Al created a compost pile in his garden and used the decaying leaves and grass to help his trees grow.
2106 Compound സംയുക്തം a property that has multiple buildings in one area The entire compound was secured by fences and security systems that served to protect all of those inside.
2107 Compound സംയുക്തം a thing that is composed of two or more separate parts The compound sentence was made of two different phrases.
2108 Comprehend മനസ്സിലാക്കുക to mentally grasp the meaning or reason behind something Since the text was written in a foreign language, I could not comprehend its meaning.
2109 Comprehension ധാരണ understanding; grasp of knowledge Comprehension of the passage required the student to read the text several times.
2110 Comprehensive സമഗ്രമായ comprising a wide range of things Because I want the car completely repainted, I have purchased the comprehensive auto package.
2111 Compress കംപ്രസ് ചെയ്യുക to flatten something by pressure Wearing a girdle to compress the pudge on her stomach, the vain woman was much happier with a tummy that appeared flat.
2112 Compression കംപ്രഷൻ the action of squeezing something into a smaller form or space Compression occurs when you squeeze something large into something small, like a pillow.
2113 Comprise പെട്ടവയാണ് to be made up of  Women and children comprise seventy percent of the hospital’s patients.
2114 Comprised അടങ്ങുന്ന to be formed or made from Rick’s sculptures are comprised of copper and aluminum.
2115 Compromise വിട്ടുവീഴ്ച ചെയ്യുക an arrangement reached when two parties agree to make allowances In a monetary compromise, the debtor agreed to pay the bill in full if the lender gave him a payment plan.
2116 Comptroller കൺട്രോളർ a person in charge of supervising the quality of the accounting and financial reporting of a corporation or public body The comptroller released an audit that outlined all of the discrepancies he found in the mayor’s office’s financial records.
2117 Compulsive നിർബന്ധിതം uncontrolled or reactive and irresistible behavior My wife is a compulsive shopper spending more than what we can afford.
2118 Compulsory നിർബന്ധിതം not having an option; required Because education is not compulsory in all countries, there are many children who do not attend school.
2119 Compunction സങ്കീർണ്ണത anxiety arising from awareness of guilt The serial killer showed no compunction when his guilty verdict was announced.
2120 Computation കണക്കുകൂട്ടൽ the act of mathematically calculating something Computation of the math problem was too difficult to take on without a calculator.
2121 Compute കണക്കുകൂട്ടുക to calculate or work out In order to compute the correct numbers, Leanna needed a calculator.
2122 Comrade സഖാവ് one who shares an experience or duty Police officers came from across the country to gather at the funeral of their comrade.
2123 Con കോൺ to trick or mislead someone The traveling salesman made good on his promise to con every housewife in the neighborhood.
2124 Concatenation സംയോജനം taking two separately located things and placing them side by side so that they become two things The student’s concatenation of the words ‘air’ and ‘plane’ formed the word airplane.
2125 Concave കോൺകേവ് shaped in an inward manner like a bowl’s interior While a convex lens turns outward, a concave lens bends inwardly.
2126 Conceal മറയ്ക്കുക to put out of sight or hide from scrutiny Danielle tried to conceal her bruises with skin-colored foundation.
2127 Concede സമ്മതിക്കുക to admit something is true or to admit defeat in a contest Since he was trailing behind, the politician decided to concede the election to his opponent.
2128 Conceit അഹങ്കാരം arrogant pride in oneself There was so much conceit in his voice I couldn’t help but wonder if he swooned over his own image in the mirror every morning.
2129 Conceited അഹങ്കാരിയായ holding an overblown view of one’s assets The conceited man would not stop talking about himself.
2130 Conceivable സങ്കൽപ്പിക്കാവുന്നത് capable of being conceived or imagined; possible; credible; thinkable. It is quite conceivable that in 100 years from now, the world will be an unrecognizable place, due to the rapid advancements in technology.
2131 Conceived ഗർഭം ധരിച്ചു imagined; visualized The idea for the voice app was conceived while the inventor’s father was in the hospital.
2132 Concentrate ഏകോപിപ്പിക്കുക to focus all of your attention or mental effort to the thing you are doing With his sister’s music blaring in the background, it was impossible for Dante to concentrate on his piano lesson.
2133 Concentration ഏകാഗ്രത the act of focusing one’s attention on something My concentration was disturbed by the sound of a lawnmower outside my office window.
2134 Concentric കേന്ദ്രീകൃത sharing an axis or center The two circles are concentric because they share a center location.
2135 Conception സങ്കല്പം the birth of an idea or plan It was obvious from the conception of the fundraiser the event would not be profitable.
2136 Conceptual ആശയപരമായ of, or relating to concepts or ideas; existing in the imagination A good writer uses conceptual thinking to produce his work.
2137 Conceptualize സങ്കൽപ്പിക്കുക to come up with the idea or vision for something During the meeting, we were asked to conceptualize a marketing plan for our client.
2138 Concern ആശങ്ക a specific worry or distress One concern of the mother is that her child seems not to be gaining much weight.
2139 Concert കച്ചേരി a musical performance put on by one or more musicians/singers I lost out concert tickets, so we won’t be able to go to the musical we’ve been dying to see.
2140 Concerted യോജിച്ചു in group agreement; working as a team A concerted effort from community residents led to the formation of an effective neighborhood watch.
2141 Concession ഇളവ് an item or privilege that is given Since the developer could not give the landowner his desired concession, he was not able to buy the land for the new subdivision.
2142 Conciliate അനുരഞ്ജനം ചെയ്യുക make calm and content; placate  Before mediating between the two parties, the judge attempted to conciliate the plaintiff to prevent unnecessary litigation.
2143 Conciliatory അനുരഞ്ജനം To regain (friendship or goodwill) by pleasant behavior; to reconcile The mediator made a conciliatory statement which helped the two parties find common ground.
2144 Concise സംക്ഷിപ്തമായ short; not lengthy The concise exam was greatly appreciated by the exhausted students who had studied all night for the test.
2145 Conclave കോൺക്ലേവ് a private meeting in which the discussions are kept secret The conclave of politicians was held on a Friday, giving the attendees the weekend to mull over the sordid details of their discussions.
2146 Conclude നിഗമനം to come to a decision or judgment The teacher will probably conclude I am not listening to her lecture because I have my eyes closed.
2147 Conclusion ഉപസംഹാരം the end, finish, or finale of an event The conclusion of our meeting came at seven o’clock, an hour after we had started and a full thirty minutes longer than we had planned.
2148 Concoct ഒത്തുകളി to make something using cleverness or ability My mother is a talented chef who can concoct a gourmet meal out of sandwich meats.
2149 Concoction കുഴമ്പ് something created from scratch I could not wait for the bartender to finish my delicious concoction.
2150 Concomitant അനുരൂപമായ happening at the same time as something else Because the contractor and decorator agreed to concomitant work schedules in the final stages of construction, the house was ready to show well ahead of time.
2151 Concordance കോൺകോർഡൻസ് agreement; accord The newest scientific data was in concordance with the last test and also the one before that.
2152 Concourse കോൺകോർസ് a large open space inside or in front of a public building where people can gather such as a train station or airport Once travelers pass through the airport security screenings, they’re allowed to enter the concourse.
2153 Concrete കോൺക്രീറ്റ് solid, real, or tangible, something physical that can be touched While thought may not be tangible, the human brain is a very concrete thing that can be touched and felt.
2154 Concubine വെപ്പാട്ടി a woman who lives with a man as a mistress but has a lower status than his wife/wives Though he loved his concubine the most, the king decided long ago just to have one wife.
2155 Concupiscence ഉദ്ദേശശുദ്ധി an intense desire, often describing a sexual craving Jared shouldn’t get married until he can rein in his concupiscence and control his sexual cravings.
2156 Concur യോജിക്കുക to agree with something With no other facts on hand, I can only concur with your statement.
2157 Concurrence സമവായം when things are happening at the same time During the sentencing, the judge ruled that the guilty party’s two sentences would run in concurrence and be served at the same time.
2158 Concurrent ഒരേസമയം occurring at the same point in time Since my anniversary and my mother-in-law’s birthday are both on August 12, the two events are concurrent.
2159 Concussion കൺകുഷൻ the result of a really hard hit to the head, causing a temperary loss of function Falling onto the hiker’s head, the boulder caused a concussion.
2160 Condense ഘനീഭവിക്കുക to decrease size or volume John managed to condense his education and previous job skills to one page on his resume.
2161 Condescending Condescending showing that you are more important than others Rick said this condescending remark at work today: “I’m better than all of you!”
2162 Condign Condign fair, fitting, and deserved The judge’s job was to make sure that the sentence was condign for each crime.
2163 Condiment വ്യഞ്ജനം a sauce such as mustard or ketchup that adds flavor to food Condiment packets were handed out to every person who wanted ketchup on their hotdog.
2164 Condition അവസ്ഥ a disorder or illness Although she tried to hide her skin condition under make-up, the girl’s eczema caused her to be picked on in class.
2165 Condone ക്ഷമിക്കുക to accept and allow We will not condone disorderly conduct at church.
2166 Conducive അനുകൂലമായ to cause or produce something The declining number of available positions are conducive for the highest unemployment rate in decades.
2167 Conduct നടത്തുക the way one acts or carries themselves Because we are going to be visiting a nursing home, we hope all of you students will conduct yourselves in a kind and polite manner.
2168 Conduction ചാലകം the process by which sound waves travel through another material The conduction of sound through the air is what allows us to hear all of the noise around us, since we wouldn’t hear anything if the sound didn’t travel to our ears from its source.
2169 Conductive ചാലകമായ associated with a material that carries heat or electricity The conductive wiring may feel warm to the touch because of the electricity it’s carrying.
2170 Conductor കണ്ടക്ടർ a person who is in charge of a group of performers or ticket collection on a train During the performance, pay attention to the conductor to ensure you’re playing in tune with other orchestra members.
2171 Conduit ചാലകം a means of getting something to another place or person For many slaves, the underground railroad was a conduit of freedom.
2172 Confabulate ആശയക്കുഴപ്പത്തിലാക്കുക to chat or talk to someone in an informal way Chatty Cathy will confabulate with anyone willing to hold a conversation with her.
2173 Confederacy കോൺഫെഡറസി a group that has formed to participate in an activity or to work towards a common cause; term generally used in the United States to refer to the Southern states during the Civil War period  To unite against union forces, the Southern states formed a confederacy.
2174 Confer കോൺഫറൻസ് to discuss Since the doctors are unfamiliar with my symptoms, they will confer on a diagnosis.
2175 Conference സമ്മേളനം a formal meeting in which people gather to talk about specific ideas or problems A conference was held last weekend to teach struggling writers how to improve their skills.
2176 Confess ഏറ്റുപറയുക to admit that you are at fault or have committed some wrongdoing Many people go to a priest to confess the things that are wracking them with guilt, and by doing so alleviate themselves from that guilt.
2177 Confession കുമ്പസാരം an admission of something one has done that was wrong or illegal The kid’s killer confession shocked the small town who never thought him capable of such a crime.
2178 Confide വിശ്വസിക്കുക to share information in secret I often confide my secrets to my best friend because I know she will not tell them to anyone.
2179 Confidence ആത്മവിശ്വാസം a belief that you can trust something or someone fully The wife’s confidence in her husband was shattered after she discovered his affair.
2180 Confidentiality രഹസ്യാത്മകത rules regarding the keeping of something secret or private Even with confidentiality rules in place, company workers still shared private information.
2181 Confinement തടവ് being locked inside or forcibly kept inside somewhere and not allowed to leave By consenting to confinement in an institution, the patient hoped that she would finally get the medical treatment she so desperately needed.
2182 Confines പരിമിതപ്പെടുത്തുന്നു boundaries or limits of a space It did not take the dog long to escape the confines of the backyard.
2183 Confirm സ്ഥിരീകരിക്കുക verify truth or accuracy Bank tellers tried to confirm the man’s deposit but showed no record of the transaction.
2184 Confirmation സ്ഥിരീകരണം confirmation is the action of confirming something A confirmation code was sent by email verifying the online furniture purchase.
2185 Confirmed സ്ഥിരീകരിച്ചു describing someone who is firmly established in a set of ways or practice The young man is a confirmed bachelor, having been single for almost three years now and not looking to marry anytime soon.
2186 Conflagration അഗ്നിബാധ conflict or war It seems as though the conflagration in the Middle East has been going on for centuries.
2187 Conflate കൂട്ടിയോജിപ്പിക്കുക to blend two or more things into one whole Every time she gets a cold, Sandy seems to conflate it with some other illness.
2188 Conflicting സംഘട്ടനം contradictory; inconsistent Laughing while she cried, the woman had conflicting emotions about her daughter leaving for college.
2189 Conform അനുരൂപമാക്കുക to fit in with standard practices or behaviors Because of Janet’s low self-esteem, she tried to conform alongside the cool kids by imitating their fashion styles.
2190 Conformist അനുരൂപവാദി an individual who follows accepted practices As someone who refuses to be a conformist, I go out of my way to take the path less frequently chosen.
2191 Confound ആശയക്കുഴപ്പത്തിലാക്കുക to mix up or confuse If the nurse does not read the labels, she will confound the medications and possibly harm patients.
2192 Confrere കോൺഫ്രെരെ a fellow profession or fraternity member The student quarreled with his confrere about who would be president of the fraternity.
2193 Confront നേരിടുക to face or stand up to After arriving home to a broken window, the woman decided to confront the babysitter about what happened.
2194 Confrontation ഏറ്റുമുട്ടൽ the act of confronting or challenging another especially face to face She had a heated confrontation with her parents over homework.
2195 Confucianism കൺഫ്യൂഷ്യനിസം an ancient philosophy of respect and kindness based on the teachings of Confucius Confucianism promotes the idea that people should be both virtuous and honest.
2196 Confuse ആശയക്കുഴപ്പത്തിലാക്കുക to mix up; to puzzle; to bewilder I always confuse my neighbor’s twin girls as they look and dress alike.
2197 Confusion ആശയക്കുഴപ്പം the state of uncertainty and not understanding what is going on As a way to avoid confusion while traveling, Johnny made sure to write down clear directions.
2198 Confute ആശയക്കുഴപ്പത്തിലാക്കുക to prove something wrong Certain that she could find evidence, the young lawyer set out to confute the witness’s story against her client.
2199 Congeal കട്ടപിടിക്കുക to change from a liquid to solid state They refrigerated the liquid gelatin so it would congeal before they ate it.
2200 Congenial സൗഹാർദ്ദപരം pleasant and enjoyable Mark is a congenial host who always makes everyone feel welcome.
2201 Congenital ജന്മനാ existing since birth Due to a congenital heart condition that ran in their family, the parents were worried about their unborn child.
2202 Congeries കോങ്കറികൾ a jumbled collection of things The woman’s spare room was littered with a congeries of boxes and bags.
2203 Congested തിരക്കുപിടിച്ചു crowded and blocked Moving through the congested city, the cars honked their horns loudly as pedestrians darted across the roadway.
2204 Congestion തിരക്ക് accumulation; buildup My doctor gave me antibiotics after my nasal congestion turn into a sinus infection.
2205 Conglomerate കോൺഗ്ലോമറേറ്റ് a big corporation composed of several small firms that operate as a single business The billionaire’s conglomerate includes restaurants, convenience stores, and a chain of hotels.
2206 Congregate ഒത്തുചേരുക to gather as a unit or group During the summer teenagers often congregate at the beach.
2207 Congressional കോണ്ഗ്രഷണൽ relating to congress A congressional convention was held to discuss federal policies.
2208 Congruity സമന്വയം harmony or agreement Having worked together for years, the congruity of the team made them a shoe-in for the state competition.
2209 Congruous പൊരുത്തമുള്ളത് in agreement Expecting her mother to be congruous with her plans to move out, the young woman was shocked when she disapproved
2210 Coniferous കോണിഫറസ് a tree or bush bearing cones and green leaves that do not fall in the winter Even though the tree was classified as coniferous, it had a peculiar color that was far from evergreen.
2211 Conjectural അനുമാനം based on thoughts and ideas not backed by evidence; hypothetical The prosecutor knew the jury would have doubts about his conjectural theory of the crime.
2212 Conjecture ഊഹം an opinion or idea formed without proof or sufficient evidence The jury rejected the attorney’s conjecture about the defendant’s motive because of a lack of evidence.
2213 Conjoin ഒത്തുചേരുക unite; combine With only one set of handcuffs, the officer had to conjoin the two suspects.
2214 Conjointly സംയോജിതമായി together As the octopus began seize its prey, all eight tentacles worked conjointly to finish the job.
2215 Conjugal ദാമ്പത്യബന്ധം of or relating to marriage, or the relationship of spouses The inmate received weekly conjugal visits from his wife.
2216 Conjugate സംയോജിപ്പിക്കുക to combine or fuse two things together, typically referring to words such as ‘can’t.’ In the English language, we conjugate many different words for convenience, such as ‘won’t’ for ‘will not.’
2217 Conjugation സംയോജനം the process of changing a verb’s form to show person, tense, number, etc In this form of conjugation, the word ‘help’ changes to ‘helped’ to show the past tense.
2218 Conjunction സംയോജനം the act of joining two or more occasions together In April a city in Georgia will sponsor a city clean- up to embrace a more environmentally-conscious perspective called Living Green in conjunction with Earth Day.
2219 Conjuncture കൺജങ്ചർ a combination of events that create a crisis A conjuncture of highly unlikely weather events leads to a devastating spring snowstorm.
2220 Conjuration കൺജറേഷൻ a magic spell The witch’s conjuration led to many demons being released on Halloween.
2221 Conjure മായാജാലം ചെയ്യുക to bring into existence, sometimes by magic The magician was able to conjure a rabbit out of his empty top hat.
2222 Conjured കൺജർ ചെയ്തു summoned unexpectedly as if by magic  The woman conjured the evil spirits to get revenge upon the men who killed her daughter.
2223 Conjurer മന്ത്രവാദി a person who practices magic The conjurer was able to turn the man into a monkey with a wave of her wand.
2224 Connate പരസ്പരബന്ധം inherit beliefs or ideas existing in a person since birth The boy had a connate love for music since he was born.
2225 Connection കണക്ഷൻ one that links things together A connection from the computer to the wall allowed the secretary to access the internet.
2226 Conniption കൺനിപ്ഷൻ a fit, fuss, or tantrum My father had a conniption when he realized that I had not made all A’s for this semester of school.
2227 Connivance കൺനിവൻസ് the act of allowing an illegal action to take place The clerk’s connivance allowed her to watch idly by as her supervisor stole thousands of dollars from the bank.
2228 Connive കൺനിവ് to conspire or plan The billionaire did not believe his greedy children would connive to murder him.
2229 Conniving കൺനിവിംഗ് discreetly working to complete a dishonest task Alan’s wife is a conniving woman who only married him for his money.
2230 Connoisseur ആസ്വാദകൻ an expert on a particular subject Because the psychologist talks to many individuals, she considers herself to be a connoisseur of people and their relationships.
2231 Connotation അർത്ഥം suggested or implied meaning Even though skinny technically means the same thing as slender, it has a connotation that is less favorable.
2232 Connote സൂചിപ്പിക്കുക to imply something in addition to what is apparent  To an atheist, the image of a cross does not connote anything other than a perpendicular design.
2233 Conquer കീഴടക്കുക to overcome and take control of something Members of the group decided to rebel after seeing that no one was listening to their ideas.
2234 Conqueror ജേതാവ് a person who takes control of a place by force Alexander the Great was a conqueror who dominated Greece, Egypt, and Persia.
2235 Conquest കീഴടക്കുക victory gained through combat The diner’s conquest was to eat the entire 64 ounce steak in one sitting.
2236 Consanguinity രക്തബന്ധം a familial relationship or close connection The results of the blood test showed there was no consanguinity between Ed and the man he had always referred to as his papa.
2237 Conscientious മനസ്സാക്ഷിയുള്ള working hard and careful to do things well Carrie is a conscientious worker who completes every task.
2238 Conscious ബോധമുള്ള aware I became conscious of the crisis when the photographs of the terrorist attack were displayed on the news.
2239 Consciously ബോധപൂർവ്വം doing something deliberately, with awareness While on a diet, the woman chose every meal consciously.
2240 Consciousness ബോധം cognition, awareness of the mind of its own existence in the world The stream of consciousness is what allows us to continue to think, and constantly question our place in the world.
2241 Conscription നിർബന്ധിത നിയമനം the system of forcing individuals to serve in the military Because of John’s moral beliefs, he refuses to take part in the conscription that would require him to bear arms.
2242 Consecrate വിശുദ്ധീകരിക്കുക to announce something is sacred or devoted to a specific purpose After high school, the young men will consecrate their lives to the church and serve as missionaries for two years.
2243 Consensus സമവായം general agreement about something When the judge learned the jury had not reached a consensus on the defendant’s guilt, he sent the group back into the room for further discussion.
2244 Consent സമ്മതം permission for something to happen Fraud charges were filed after the woman used a friend’s credit card without her consent.
2245 Consequence അനന്തരഫലം something that occurs as a result of an action My daughter’s consequence for breaking curfew was a loss of her mobile phone privileges for two weeks.
2246 Consequent അനന്തരഫലം happening as a result of something Because it was last minute, our reservations were consequent on restaurant availability.
2247 Consequential അനന്തരഫലം significant; important The partial footprint was consequential in solving the case.
2248 Consequently തത്ഫലമായി occurring as a result of an action At the hotel, we take safety very seriously, and consequently, we have security officers on duty twenty-four hours a day.
2249 Conservation സംരക്ഷണം the smart consumption of organic resources Since we only have so much water on this planet, it is important we devise conservation methods now.
2250 Conservationist സംരക്ഷകൻ a person who advocates for the preservation and protection of the environment The conservationist wrote letters to the loggers urging them to stop cutting down the trees.
2251 Conservatism യാഥാസ്ഥിതികത a political philosophy that favors traditional values and a small government and opposes social change Countless Republicans showed up to the forum where they discussed conservatism and the perks of small government.
2252 Conservatory കൺസർവേറ്ററി a school that focuses on music and other arts The conservatory applicant’s style of music made her a shoe-in for admission.
2253 Considerable ഗണ്യമായ of a decent size or to a great extent After receiving a considerable number of calls each day, the district attorney’