IELTS Vocabulary High Score

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  • ABANDON: To give up completely – abandoned the sinking ship.
    Synonyms: relinquish, forgo, forsake


  • ACADEMIC: Pertaining to school; theoretical academic interests; an academic discussion, with
    no practical implications.
    Synonym: scholastic
  • ACCELERATE:¬† To quicken, speed tip – took an accelerated course in order to graduate early.
    Synonym: expedite (adj. expeditious)
    Antonym: retard
  • ADVERSITY: Misfortune – calm in the face of adversity.
    Synonyms: affliction, mischance, reverses
  • AGGRESSIVE (noun: AGGRESSION. an unprovoked attack): self-assertive; attacking,
    offensive – annoyed people by his aggressive attitude;
    Synonyms: bumptious, officious, obtrusive
    Antonyms: meek, humble, retiring, diffident
  • BANTER: Good-natured teasing or ridicule-The two wits I exchanged banter, to the amusement
    of the audience.
    Synonyms: raillery, chaff
  • BIASED: Prejudiced – misled by a biased point of view.
    Synonyms: bigoted, arbitrary, partial, partisan
    Antonyms: disinterested, equitable
  • BIZARRE: Queer; unusual in appearance- bizarre clothes, outlandish in the extreme.
    Synonyms: odd, fantastic, grotesque, eccentric
  • BOG: A swamp – sank into the spongy bog.
    Synonyms: morass, fen, quagmire, mire
  • CANDID (noun: CANDOR): Frank, outspoken; impartial a candid reply that could hardly be
    more forthright.
    Synonyms: artless, ingenuous, unbiased
    Antonyms: guileful, evasive
  • CHRONIC: Continuing a long time; habitual-a. chronic complaint, persisting for years.
    Synonyms: persistent, unremitting, inveterate, incessant, constant
    Antonyms: intermittent, sporadic, infrequent
  • CIVIL:
    1. Of or having to do with citizens or the state – We I ci vi l duties as well as ci vi l
    2. Polite, courteous – answered in a ci vi l fashion.
    Synonyms: respectful, gracious
  • COALITION (verb: COALESCE): Alliance; merging of various units into one unit – three
    parties forming a coalition to rule the country.
    Synonyms: amalgamation, consolidation, fusion
  • COLLUSION: Working together secretly for an evil purpose – acted in collusion to overthrow
    the government.
    Synonyms: collaboration, conspiracy, conniving, machination
  • DELINQUENT (noun): An offender – found to be a delinquent by the court.
    (adj.): Failing to fulfil an obligation – too many people who are delinquent in meeting their civic
    Synonym: derelict
  • DEMEANOR: Behaviour; bearing – carrying himself with a proud demeanour.
    Synonyms: deportment, mien
  • DENOUNCE (noun: DENUNCIATION): To speak against – denounced by the press as a traitor.
    Synonyms: stigmatize, censure, reprehend, castigate
    Antonyms: laud, eulogize
    (1) Winding; indirect – took a devi ous, rather than the direct way home.
    Synonym: circuitous
    (2) Straying from the right course – used devious means to attain his wicked ends.
    Synonyms: crooked, erring
  • EJACULATE: To exclaim or utter suddenly – ejaculated cry of horror.
  • ENGENDER: To cause, produce, or stir up-an act that engendered good will.
  • ERRATIC: Irresponsible, eccentric; lacking a fixed purpose erratic behaviour, reflecting his
    queer ideas.
  • EXCEPTIONABLE: Objectionable – exceptionable behavior, universally criticized.
    Synonyms: questionable, reprehensible, censurable
    Antonym: laudable
  • EXEMPLARY (noun: EXEMPLAR): Serving as a model; commendable – exemplary conduct
    approved by all.
    Synonyms: illustrative, typical; praiseworthy, laudable
  • FICTITIOUS: Unreal; made-up – used a fictitious name to avoid being recognized.
    Synonym: fabricated
  • FLAUNT: Display or wave boastfully – flaunted the excellent report before his delighted
  • FLEETING: Passing swiftly -the fleeting hours of happiness
    Synonyms: transitory, fugitive

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