Dictionary of 15- to 18-Letter Words: Words You Should Know

Dictionary of 15- to 18-Letter Words: Words You Should Know

Author: Manik Joshi

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In this book, you will learn the meanings of useful 434 15- to 18-letter words. You will also find the names of parts of speech they belong to. I have also given synonyms for most of these words. “Letter Count” has been mentioned in the bracket after each and every word. Sample this: 01 – absentmindedness [16] [n.] -- a lack of attention or awareness to what you are doing or what is happening around you [synonym: inattentiveness] 02 -- accountableness [15] [n.] -- the quality or state of being answerable or accountable 03 -- acquaintanceship [16] [n.] -- the state of being familiar to sb in a way that involves less intimate relation than friendship 04 -- acquisitiveness [15] [n.] -- excessive interest in acquiring and owning money or new possessions (material things) in a greedy way [synonyms: covetousness, hoarding, materialism] 05 -- acrimoniousness [15] [n.] -- (of an argument, a speech, discussion, behavior, etc.) the fact or quality of having strong bitter, sharp or harsh feelings and words | (b). state of having a strong unpleasant taste or smell 06 -- advantageousness [16] [n.] -- the quality or state of being good, useful, helpful or favorable in a particular situation [synonym: profitableness] 07 -- adventurousness [15] [n.] -- (a). the trait of being willing to take risks and try new ideas, methods, things or experiences | (b). a state of having full of new, exciting or dangerous ideas, methods, things or experiences [synonyms: audaciousness, boldness, daringness] 08 -- ambidextrousness [16] [n.] -- the fact or property of being equally skillful with each hand 09 – antagonistically 16 [adv.] -- In a manner that shows or feels dislike or opposition [synonym: hostility] 10 – anthropocentric [15] [adj.] -- believing that humans are the most significant or central entity of the universes 11 – anthropocentricism [18] [n.] -- the belief that humans are the most significant or central entity of the universes 12 – anthropomorphic [15] [adj.] -- treating gods, animals or objects as if they have characteristics (in terms of appearance, behavior, etc.) of human beings 13 – anthropomorphism [16] [n.] -- treatment of gods, animals or objects as if they have characteristics (in terms of appearance, behavior, etc.) of human beings 14 – approachability [15] [n.] -- the quality or state of being easy to get to [synonym: accessibility] 15 -- approachableness [16] [n.] -- the quality of being friendly and easy to meet, talk to, or deal with | (of a place) the quality of being able to be reached from a particular direction or position, or by a particular method. [synonym: accessible] 16 – argumentatively [16] [adv.] -- in a manner that shows someone wants to argue 17 – argumentativeness [17] [n.] -- the state or fact of showing tendency to argue 18 -- ascertainableness [17] [n.] -- the quality of being able to be found out, determined, fixed, etc. 19 – asymptomatically [16] [adv.] -- (of a person or illness) in a manner that shows no symptoms 20 – atmospherically [15] [adv.] -- (a). in a manner that relates to the mixture of gases that surrounds a place, earth, planet, star, etc. | (b). in a manner that creates an emotional or thrilling mood
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-09-15 - Publisher: Manik Joshi

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