To bookmark this site: press Ctrl+ D GRE PICTURE DICTIONARY ANONYMOUS: adjective not identified by name; of unknown identity: an anonymous phone call. having no individual or unusual features. anonymity anə'nɪmɪti noun anonymously adverb (Eg). The author of this blog wants to maintain anonymity and hence he writes this blog as Dr.books AMAZON: noun a member of a legendary race of female warriors believed by the ancient Greeks to exist in Scythia or elsewhere. a very tall, strong woman. (amazon) a green parrot with a broad rounded tail, found in Central and South America. [Genus Amazona.] (Eg). Amazons were said to have lived in Pontus, which is part of modern day Turkey. ABIDE: verb (abide by) accept or act in accordance with (a rule or decision). (cannot/could not abide) informal be unable to tolerate. [often as adjective abiding] (of a feeling or memory) endure. archaic live; dwell. abidance noun (archaic). abidingly adverb (Eg). Everyone should abide traffic rules to reduce road accidents. ACCRUE: verb (accrues, accruing, accrued) (of a benefit or sum of money) be received in regular or increasing amounts. make provision for (a charge) at the end of a financial period. accrual noun (Eg).At the end of a fiscal year the company may accrue its income tax expense for that year. AMBIGUOUS: noun (plural ambiguities) the quality of being open to more than one interpretation. (Eg).Many people are ambiguous about the picture at the left. ABSTRUSE: adjective difficult to understand. abstrusely adverb abstruseness noun (Eg). Chinese alphabets seems abstruse, but in reality it is easy. ANACHRONISM: noun a thing belonging or appropriate to a period other than that in which it exists. the attribution of something to a period to which it does not belong. anachronic ˌanə'krɒnɪk adjective anachronistic adjective anachronistically adverb ACETIC:
adjective Pertaining to, containing, or derived from, acetyl, as acetic ether, acetic acid. The latter is the acid to which the sour taste of vinegar is due.
Of a pertaining to vinegar; producing vinegar; producing vinegar; as, acetic fermentation.
(Eg). Lemon is acetic in taste. ACQUITTAL: verb (acquits, acquitting, acquitted) formally declare (someone) not guilty of a criminal charge. (acquit oneself) conduct oneself or perform in a specified way: the goalkeeper acquitted himself well. (acquit oneself of) archaic discharge (a duty or responsibility). (Eg). Mr.Lean was acquitted from a murder crime. ACUITY: noun sharpness or keenness of thought, vision, or hearing. (Eg). Mr.Sam lacked acuity in vision and so he visited a optometrist to correct his vision

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