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IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 32 IELTS Exams Preparation

IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 32 IELTS Exams Preparation

321-Wary (Adj)

 Definition: feeling or showing caution about possible dangers or problems.

 Synonyms: circumspect, on one’s guard, chary, cautious, careful.

 Usage: Dogs that have been mistreated often remain very wary of strangers.

322-Hostile (Adj)

 Definition: showing or feeling opposition or dislike;

 unfriendly.

 Synonyms: antagonistic, aggressive, confrontational, belligerent, bellicose

 Usage: He wrote a ferociously hostile attack.

323-Hitherto (Adverb)

 Definition: until now

 Synonyms: earlier, so far, previously, formerly.

 Usage: Hitherto part of Azad Kashmir achieved independence.

324-Confined (Adj)

 Definition: restricted in area or volume;

 Synonyms: cramped, constricted, restricted, limited

 Usage: She had a fear of confined spaces.

325-Assault (Verb)

 Definition: make a physical attack on.

 Synonyms: aim blows at, slap, hit, strike, physically attack.

 Usage: He pleaded guilty to assaulting a man.

326-Outflank (Verb)

 Definition: move around the side of (an enemy) to outmaneuver them.

 Usage: They had sought to outflank them from the northeast.

327-Looming (Verb)

 Definition: especially one that is large or threatening.

 Synonyms: become visible, come into view, Emerge, appear.

 Usage: Ghaste shapes loomed out of the fog.

328-Sprawling (Verb) 

 Definition: spread out over a large area in an odd way.

Synonyms: straggle, ramble, spread, stretch.

329-Conglomerates (Noun)

 Definition: a thing consists of several different and distinct parts or items grouped—synonyms: mix, combination, mingling, commingling, mixture.

 Usage: The man is a specialized conglomerate of organisms.

330-Blunter :(of a person or remark) uncompromisingly forthright.

 Synonyms: frank, plain-spoken, Straightforward, 

 Usage: They had a blunt message for the audience.

IELTS Vocabulary English Vocabulary Lesson 31 IELTS Exams Preparation

 

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