English Higher Words List with Printable Flashcards Set 21 PDF IELTS,TOEFL, TOEIC , GRE ,CSS, UPSC and other language exam. The Sets of high frequency English Higher Words List will you Master any English language exam in the world.
Educable: (adj.) Capable of being educated
We must not ignore educable children.
Eerie: (adj.) Weird; frightening because mysterious, or unnatural.
He had the eerie feeling that he had met that stranger before.
Efface: (v) to erase; obliterate.
Someone has tried to tamper with the contract by effacing a few words.
The whole country had tried to efface the memory of the old dictatorship.
Efficacy: (n) Effectiveness; power to produce a desired result
They recently conducted a series of tests to measure the efficacy of the drug.
Effluent: (adj.) Liquid waste, as
Effluents from various local factories are finding their way into the river.
Effulgence: (n) Radiance; brilliance
In the evening sunshine, these diamonds glow with a salmon coloured effulgence
Emulate: (v) To imitate; try to do as well or better
People often try to emulate their favourite pop singers or movie stars.
Enamored: (adj.) Captivated; fascinated
I have to say I’m not exactly enamoured with this part of the country.
Enclave: (n) One territory set within a larger territory
A few years ago I was in Canada and I visited both the bidian and Pakistani enclaves in Toronto.
Encroach: (v) To trespass; intrude on another’s rights stealthily
He rejected the charges that his troops had encroached upon foreign territory.
Endearing: (adj.) Lovable She has endearing manners.
Endeavour: (v) To make an attempt; strive
The United Nations endeavoured to bring peace to the region.
Engineer’s are endeavouring to locate the source of the problem.
Endow: (v) To provide with a talent or quality; to give property
Some lucky people are endowed with both brains and beauty.
Enervating: (adj.) Weakening; enfeebling; devitalizing
In August, Lahore often has hot, humid and enervating weather.
Engrossing: (adj.) Absorbing; totally holding the attention
It is really an engrossing book.
Enigma: (n) Puzzle; riddle; baffling problem; inscrutable or mysterious person
She is a bit of an enigma.
Enigmatic: (adj.) Puzzling; inexplicable; baffling
He is the most enigmatic of all our poets.
Ennui: (n) Boredom; tedium; a feeling of weariness and dissatisfaction
The whole country seems to be affected by the ennui of winter.
Enormity: (n) Outrage; great wickedness; serious crime
His paintings depict the enormities of war.
Enraptured: (adj.) Filled with intense delight; carried away by joy
We were enraptured by the view of the mountains.
Entourage: (n) Train of attendants, associates or followers, retinue
The Prime Minister entered the city with his entourage.
Entrench: (v) To establish firmly
The idea of democracy is entrenched in free societies