Word container for vocabulary learner by Spoken English

Word container for vocabulary learner by Spoken English

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The earliest form of English is called Old Anglo-Saxon

SL Word Word Meaning Application
151. Revel make merry, fest, carouse, disport, luxuriate They reveled (make marry) for a long time in the hotel.
152. Revenge Avenge, retaliate, take vengeance, vindicate, equate. He revenged himself on his brother for depriving him of his share.
153. Revise Reconsider, review, read carefully to correct and improve, re-examine, inspect. Revise your lessons very day. This is a revised edition of the book.
154. Revision Reconsideration, re-examination for correction and improvement. The essay requires a through revision.
155. Revive Bring back to consciousness, reanimate, revivify, resuscitate, invigorate, rouse, bring into use again We tried in vain to revive the old lady who had fainted.
156. Reward Recompense for service or merit, prize, award, remunerate, repay, return Prosperity is the natural reward given by lord above. He was rewarded for his honesty.
157. Rich wealthy, affluent, opulent, moneyed, fertile, copious, expensive, mellow, The rich are not always happy. India is rich in mineral wealth.
158. Right True, correct, genuine, morally good, straight, upright, appropriate, authority or claim, rectify, adjust, do justice to Always follow the right path. You have no right to do this. Try to right the wrong.
159. Rise Arise, get up, mount, ascend, climb, soar, increase, swell, enlarge, and make progress, elevation, augmentation, advance, origin. Give the history of the rise of the Sikhs. The sun rises in the east.
160. Risk Danger, hazard, chance of loss or disaster, venture, imperil, jeopardize, endanger, stake, take, chance. He was determined to get there even at the risk of his life. He risked his life to save the drowning boy.
161. Rite Custom, ceremony, formal practice. Superstitious people attach much importance to rites.
162. Ritual Relating to rites ceremonial observance, way of conducting a religious service. The boy observed for three days all the rituals relating to sacred thread ceremony.
163. Romantic Given to romance, imaginative, visionary, fanciful, quixotic, fantastic Which romantic poet in English literature do you like best?
164. Roof Top covering of building, put roof on. The mason is working on the roof. Roof the house with corrugated iron.
165. Round Circular, spherical, rotund, globular, recurrent duty, routine, one stage, go round. The watchman was coming back from his daily round. The ship rounded the cape of Good Hope.
166. Routine Fixed way of doing things, systematic procedure, regular course, round of business The girl was asked to write ten sentences about her daily routine of work.
167. Rude Impolite, uncivil, rough, impudent, insolent, vulgar, uncouth, churlish, uneducated, blunt, coarse, unpolished. He gave a rude reply to my question.
168. Ruin Downfall, destruction, wreck, damage, decay, defeat, devastate, demolish. Mr. Fakker brought about his own ruin by excessive drink and gambling. The storm ruined the crops.
169. Rule Sway, control, law, principle, authority, government, govern, lead, decide, direct, reign, command. Every player must obey the rules of the game. The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.
170. Run Race, running, ordinary, hurry, hasten, rush, dart. A Shakespearean hero is far above the common run of humanity.
171. Rural Of the countryside, rustic. This project is meant for the uplift of the rural people.
172. Rush Sudden demand, move violently or rapidly, dash, go or come with speed, dart, capture by sudden attack. There was a heavy rush at the gate. Hearing the sound, he rushed out of his room.
173. Rust Dross, coating formed on iron other metals. It is better to wear out than to rust out.
174. Rustic Rural, simple, homely, artless, rough. The old villager is full of rustic simplicity.

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