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Name: Barron Most Important Word List (Mnemonics)
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Barrons Most Important Vocabulary (Word List) with Mnemonics in pdf free
1. Abase: Meaning: lower; degrade; humiliate; make humble; make (oneself) lose self respect Mnemonics: : abase-abe(a slang used to degrade a person)+shhh(se)usually an attempt to degrade a person’s opinion..overall goes to humiliate a person…. 2. Abash: Meaning: embarrass Mnemonics: : What happens when u get a bash? (bashing)….u get embarrassed. 3. Abate: Meaning: To reduce in amount; Put an end to; subside or moderate Mnemonics: : ab+ate , conc on ate, if u ate (spent) all ur money , ur property comes to an end (abate) 4. Abbreviate: Meaning: shorten Mnemonics: : abbreviate has root brev (brief) in it; brev (brief) means in short. Hence meaning of abbreviate is to shorten something. 5. Abdicate: Meaning: renounce; give up (position, right, or responsibility) Mnemonics: : ab (root ab means away as in abandon) + dic (dictatorship) + ate (to eat and hence reduce) : means to give away (or reduce) dictatorship and hence to give-up power. 6. Aberrant: Meaning: abnormal or deviant Mnemonics: : ab (away) + err (error) + ant : focus on ERR and ANT. Ants normally move together in a queue. imagine all these ants moving randomly like a group of honey bees. That would be abnormal behaviour. 7. Aberration: Meaning: deviation from the normal; mental disorder Mnemonics: : sounds like abortion which is not normal delivery. 8. Abet: Meaning: assist usually in doing something wrong; encourage Mnemonics: : a+bet a bet generally assists you to do something wrong 9. Abeyance: Meaning: suspended action Mnemonics: : it seemingly sounds like ab+yawns…. so, think of something like ‘students started yawning and so the teacher gave them 5 mins break’ i.e. temporary suspension… 10. Abhor: Meaning: detest; hate Mnemonics: : abhor sounds like “a whore” and we generally hate a whore….so to hate someone is abhoring that person 11. Abide: Meaning: dwell; abide by: comply with; put up with; tolerate; Mnemonics: : bide in abide sounds like bind(something that binds you)…..so abid means that fails to bind you from your heart..but you merely have to tolerate 12. Abject: Meaning: (of a condition) wretched; as low as possible; lacking pride; very humble; showing lack of self-respect; Mnemonics: : Abject sounds like REJECT. Poor people are like REJECTED (Abject) people in the society. 13. Abjure: Meaning: renounce upon oath Mnemonics: : abjure ~ ab (away) + jure (jury). He abjured (rejected, moved away from) her earlier statements in front of jury
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