High Level Vocabulary to use for Paper 1 Section B

Expanding Vocabulary Lists

Your challenge is to learn how to spell these words, what they mean and how to use them in a sentence.

  1. complacency
  2. ravenous
  3. elude
  4. desolation
  5. scrutiny
  6. connive
  7. aberration
  8. brusque
  9. derived
  10. explicit
  11. confidant
  12. imprecation
  13. vicariously
  14. blithe
  15. dissuade
  16. divulge
  17. reproach
  18. contumaciously
  19. abhor
  20. coherent
  21. exonerate
  22. acquiesce
  23. erudition
  24. perspicuous
  25. contemptible
  26. capricious
  27. penitent
  28. hypocrisy
  29. impeccable
  30. impertinent
  31. ignominiously
  32. genteel
  33. rumination
  34. felicitous
  35. reverence
  36. avarice
  37. brazen
  38. cynical
  39. debase
  40. enmity
  41. indiscriminate
  42. amiable
  43. ostentatious
  44. benevolent
  45. sagacious
  46. stipulate
  47. altercation
  48. aberration
  49. disparagement
  50. arcane
  51. gratuitous
  52. haughty
  53. implacable
  54. appease
  55. maxim
  56. meticulous,
  57. candour,
  58. venerable
  59. zenith
  60. fractious
  61. alacrity
  62. circumspect
  63. myriad
  64. nadir
  65. nominal
  66. deferential
  67. eloquent
  68. inept
  69. infamy
  70. lurid
  71. intrepid,
  72. inveterate
  73. jubilant
  74. lithe
  75. callous
  76. umbrage
  77. insatiable
  78. insular
  79. morose
  80. novice
  81. extol
  82. fabricate
  83. feral
  84. incisive
  85. indolent
  86. maverick
  87. cajole
  88. modicum
  89. erudite
  90. forsake
  91. vociferous
  92. wanton
  93. penchant
  94. perusal
  95. plethora
  96. predilection
  97. quaint
  98. refurbish
  99. repudiate
  100. rife
  101. diligent
  102. elated
  103. obtuse
  104. staid
  105. superfluous
  106. sycophant
  107. clandestine
  108. coerce
  109. demure
  110. discombobulate
  111. furtive
  112. impudent
  113. nuance
  114. obsequious
  115. salient
  116. serendipity
  117. taciturn
  118. truculent
  119. irascible
  120. insufferable

 

 

 

 

 

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