|Sl.No. |Word |Meaning | | | | | |1. |Equivocal/Equivocate/Equivocation |Ambiguous, open to two interpretations | |2. |Tractable (Intractable) |Obedient, yielding | |3. |Placate (Implacable) |To soothe or pacify | |4. |Miser |Person who is extremely stingy | |5. |Engender |To produce, cause, bring out | |6. |Dogma(tic)(tism(tist) |Rigidly fixed in opinion, opinionated | |7. |Garrulous (Garrulity) |Very talkative | |8. |Homogeneous (Homogenize) |Composed of identical parts | |9. |Laconic |Using few words | |10. |Quiescence (Quiescent) |Inactivity, stillness | |11. |Anomalous |Irregular or deviating from the norm | |12. |Venerate (ion) |To respect | |13. |Assuage |To make less severe, ease, relieve | |14. |Misanthrope (-ic) |Person who hates human beings | |15. |Digress(ive) |To turn aside; to stray from the main point | |16. |Corroborate (ion) |To confirm, verify | |17. |Buttress |To reinforce or support | |18. |Antipathy |Dislike, hostility, extreme opposition or aversion | |19. |Disabuse |To free from error or misconception | |20. |Feigned (Unfeigned) |Pretended | |21. |Banal(ity) |Trite and overly common | |22. |Desiccate (ion) |To dry completely, dehydrate | |23. |Diatribe |Bitter verbal attack | |24. |Pedant(ic)(ry) |Uninspired, boring academic | |25. |Guile(less) |Trickery, deception | |26. |Eulogy (-ize) |High praise, often in public | |27. |Fawn(ing) |To flatter excessively, seek the favor of | |28. |Aberrant/aberration |Different from the usual or normal...
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