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504 absolutely essential words

Chapter 1

Examples

  • We have to abandon her.
  • He takes a keen interest in art.
  • She was jealous of her her sister.

Abandon: leave without planning to come back; desert; quit

Keen: sharp; eager; intense; sensitive

Jealous: wanting what someone else has

Examples

  • A bit of tact would have saved his life.
  • She took an oath.
  • The seat next to him was vaca

Tact: ability to say the right thing

Oath: a promise that something is true; a curse

Vacant: empty; no filled

Examples

  • She had to tolerate the hardships of life.
  • He made a gallant attempt to save his sister.
  • I rechecked the data to make sure.

Unaccustomed: not used to something

 

Bachelor: a man who has not married

Qualify: become fit; show that you are able

Examples

  • He is unaccustomed to such hardships.
  • The life of a bachelor has many advantages.
  • She isn’t qualified for the job.

Tact: ability to say the right thing

Oath: a promise that something is true; a curse

Vacant: empty; no filled

Chapter 2

Examples

  • I was in shock when I saw a corpse for the first time.
  • Promise that you won’t conceal anything for the first time.
  • It was really a dismal day.

Corpse: a dead body

Conceal: hide

 

Dismal: dark and depressing

 

Examples

  • It was frigid, but I had to go out.
  • Hundreds of birds inhabit this beautiful island.
  • My legs were so numb that I couldn’t even move.

Frigid: icy; very cold

Inhabit: live in

Numb: without the power of feeling

Examples

  • She never felt that her life was in peril.
  • She was reclining on the couch.
  • When she entered, the boys started to shriek.

Peril: danger

Recline: lean back; lie down; stretch out

Shriek: scream

 

Examples

  • Her face had a sinister expression.
  • Trying to tempt her, I stared at her for a minute.
  • I wager there is a reason for his visit.

Sinister: wicked; dishonest; evil; frightening

Tempt: try to get someone to do something; invite

Wager: bet

 

Chapter 3

Examples

  • It was a typical night.
  • The pool’s minimum depth is 1 feet.
  • He made himself scarce.

Typical: usual, of a kind

Minimum: the least possible amount, the lowest amount

 

scarce: rare, hard to get

 

Examples

  • The school trip is an annual event.
  • She did her best to persuade him.
  • Mistakes are essential parts of every person’s life.

Annual: something that happens once a year or yearly

Persuade: win over to do or believe, make a willing

 

Essential: necessary, very important

 

Examples

  • Blend the blue paint with the green paint.
  • There is no visible danger so far.
  • Those pair of jeans are too expensive.

Blend: mix together thoroughly, a mixture

 

Visible: able to be seen

 

 

Expensive: high-priced, costly

 

Examples

  • Her energy and talent made her special.
  • We should devise a new strategy to solve this problem.
  • We buy wholesale and sell retail.

Talent: natural ability to do something.

 

Devise: think out, plan, invent

 

Wholesale: in large quantity, less than retail in price

 

Chapter 4

Examples

  • A cloud is a mass of vapor in the sky.
  • You should eliminate all the the distractions.
  • She was a deceiver and a villain.

Vapor: moisture in the air that can be seen, fog, mist

 

Eliminate: get rid of, remove

 

 

Villain: a very wicked person

 

Examples

  • We walked through the dense jungle.
  • I will only utilize it in special occasions.
  • The weather was hot and humid last night.

Dense: thick, closely packed together

 

Utilize: make use of

Humid: moist, damp

 

Examples

  • His theory seemed absurd.
  • The airplane will descend to a lower altitude soon.
  • Air can circulate freely in this room.

Theory: explanation based on thought, observation, and reasoning

Descend: go or come down from a higher place to a lower level

 

Circulate: go around, go from place to place

 

Examples

  • She lives in an enormous house by the beach.
  • She says she can predict the future.
  • He vanished overnight, and nobody could find him.

Enormous: huge, very big, extremely large

Predict: tell beforehand

 

Vanish: disappear suddenly

 

Chapter 5

Examples

  • By tradition, the groom shouldn’t see the bride before the wedding ceremony.
  • Living in rural areas can be fun and enjoyable.
  • I won’t let you carry this burden alone.

Tradition: beliefs, opinions, and customs handed down from one generation to another

Rural: in the country

 

Burden: what is carried, a load

 

Examples

  • They met on the campus and got married 2 years later.
  • The majority of students weren’t satisfied with the new teacher.
  • We should assemble a plan to start our work as soon as possible.

Campus: ground of a university, school, or collage

 

Majority: the larger number, greater part, more than half

 

Assemble: gather together, bring together

 

Examples

  • I decided to explore the new path today.
  • The topic of the conversation was boring.
  • She was a member of the debate team.

Explore: go over carefully, look into closely, examine

Topic: subject that people, talk, think, or write about

 

Debate: a discussion about something

 

Examples

  • Those criminals always try to evade the police officers.
  • I don’t want you to probe into my personal affairs.
  • She is reformed.

Evade: get away from something or someone by trickery or cleverness

Probe: search into, investigate

 

Reform: making something/someone better, improve by removing faults

 

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