English Vocabulary Words
with Meaning


The students (children) attempting to understand and learn the meanings of the words at the early stage, feel and become confused with the technicalities of the pronunciations.
Every word has been put in alphabetical order. English language has the bliss of flexibility and adaptability. Always and invariably, some words differ in referential contexts. Every possible effort has been made to adhere to practical use and make the meanings of some abmiguous words clear.

This Dictionary unlike the other Dictionaries is practically more useful and blissful. Some worth learning and retaining phrases, sayings, sentences, and use of double clauses etc. are the deliberate conspicuous characteristics of this Dictionary.

Who knows what the blooming brains can learn and retain if they make the deliberate maximum advantage of this Dictionary, meant for the growing, eager and inquisitive.



English wordsMeanings
audiencea group of people listening to or watching something like a play or a concert
auntthe sister of your father or mother
authoritythe power to control what other people do. The headmaster of a school has authority over the teachers and pupils
autobiographythe story of a person’s life written by himself and not by someone else
automobileany vehicle with an engine, meant to be driven on the road
autumnthe season between summer and winter, when the leaves fall
availto benefit, be of use, make use of
avenuea wide street or pathway, usually with trees on both sides
avenuea wide street or pathway, usually with trees on both sides
avertto keep off, ward off, turn aside
aviationthe art of flying aircraft
aviatora pilot who flies an aircraft
avoidto escape; to keep out of the way of something
awaitto wait for or look for
awakenot asleep. You can hear and see what is going on around you
awardto give someone something he has won, like a prize or medal
awareknowing about something, as when you are aware of the danger of crossing a road with heavy traffic
awaynot here or with you; absent
awegreat fear and wonder; great respect
awfulvery bad, ugly or nasty
awhilefor a short time, for a moment
awkwardclumsy, The same word also means not convenient or not comfortable
axea sharp tool with a long handle, used for chopping wood
axisa real or imaginary line through the middle of an object; around which the object turns
axlethe long bar on a vehicle to which the wheels are attached
azaleaa shrub like a rhododendron, but smaller, with brightly coloured flowers
azurea clear sky-blue colour
babbleto talk or make sounds in a foolish way; to make a murmuring sound as water does in a stream or brook
babean infant, an inexperienced person, a young child of either sex
baboona large monkey with a short tail and al long dog-like face
babya very young child who cannot walk yet
babyishlike a baby
bachelora man who has not married
backbonethe spine, strength, the spinal column
backingsupport, implied approval
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